CLICK POP DOT ONOMATOPEE MON AMOUR is a cinematographic  installation created during the Physical Editing workshop animated by the studio El Ultimo Grito run by Rosario Hurtado and Roberto Feo.

This installation was developed from Jean-Luc Godard’s film Alphaville.

This project is like a homage to the comics book of the 50’s. The scene from the movie Alphaville, a dystopian film of 1965 directed by Jean-Luc Godard, is a fight scene in a hotel room with a woman in the background take a bath and as a single background sound a music «lounge». It’s an absurd and humorous scene in a film that is not particularly so. 

The installation consists of a video of the fight scene on which  onomatopoeia appear gradually as the actions of the characters. 
This accumulation eventually creates a form of rhythm. In a second time the video is replayed but this time without the image, leaving only the sound and onomatopoeia, allowing the viewer to keep a mental image of the action. Thanks to a happy accident due to a faulty video projector, the original black and white film is projected here in color on a big screen made of Backlite paper allowing a reflection of the colors on the back walls. The result is a very Pop installation.
Master Design Space & Communication

Material: Adobe Premiere, Wooden Frame, Backlite paper and Beamer