A leaking sink progressively inundates a furnished apartment. The rising water awakens the objects in the space, which enter into a slow ballet. The water withdraws and everything returns to its place, before the whole process restarts. The film progressively divorces from ‘reality’ and the soundtrack drifts farther away. We approach the entrails of the cyclical system below the décor – a glimpse into the mechanics of the everyday.
- 2013, 7MIN, Other
- DIRECTOR: Jivko Darakchiev
- CAMERA: Jivko Darakchiev
- EDITOR: Jivko Darakchiev, Perrine Gamot
- SCRIPT: Jivko Darakchiev
- SOUND: Jivko Darakchiev, Cyrille Lauwerier
Jivko Darakchiev (1986, Bulgaria) is a visual artist. He lived in New York, where he finished his studies in film direction and cinematography at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He then worked in the Brooklyn-based production company Dawn of Man. In 2011, he entered a post-diploma program at Le Fresnoy. In parallel he also organizes creative workshops in schools.