Fever Dreams | Chicago Reader

Fever Dreams

Most of the ten works here are experiments in abstraction, but the best, To the Happy Few, is the only real “fever dream.” Editing together found footage from a variety of sources and eras and accompanying the result with a song from a Bollywood film, filmmakers Thomas Draschan and Stella Friedrichs conjure semidementia out of unexpected connections: after some porn snippets, footage of a finger pressing a button on the model of an atom seems weirdly sexual. White blobs against a black background come together evocatively, as if kissing, in Euphrosyne P. Konti's Your Kiss (2002). ReMI's Vincit Veritas (2002) begins promisingly with intricate geometrical patterns that suggest a strange emptiness, but then veers off in too many different directions. 73 min.

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