By Nina Winiger
Some encounters at LUFF 2018:
- A group of students from ECAV making an anthropological study about the visitors.
- One of them decomposed a Falafel Sandwich and photographed its inside.
- One of them photographed the visitors shoes.
- Two of them interviewed me about what my definition of “Underground” is.
- An artist who thinks that no clear artistic statement about our society exists yet.
- Billy Roisz, on a bench near a fountain, with helicopters making noise while I was recording our interview.
- An old friend on his way to a residency in Berlin.
- A theater actor talking about dance.
- A guy I met four years ago, also at the LUFF.
- Two guys talking about real estate investment at the table next to mine.
- A filmmaker that was part of one of the most important artistic movement of the 60’s, asking questions to his audience with incredible humility.
- A friend disappointed about the lack of consistency in arts nowadays.
- People dancing on Michael Jackson.
- A film banned in Great Britain at its release and afterwards went lost for about 40 years.
- A musician creating sounds as if one would record microscopic sand particles, using just a guitar.
- People drinking special brewed Absinthe.
- The child of a director shouting: ”I want to explode, cause I’m a volcano!” on the stage of the final ceremony.