Archipelago Cinema

Archipelago Cinema View

Archipelago Cinema View

Archipelago Cinema / Buro Ole Scheeren + Film on the Rocks Yao Noi Foundation. The last night of the first edition of Film on the rocks Yao Noi was conducted in the Archipelago of Cinema, designed by German and Beijing-based architect Ole Scheeren. The guests were transported by boat through the darkness of the sea on a raft to get brighter in the middle of the calm waters of the lagoon Pi Nai Lae on the island of Kudu. Surrounded by spectacular scenery of huge rocks that come out of the oceans, the public has seen a convergence of atmospheric and narrative nature film – essential concepts of light, sound and stories floating in the darkness, between sea and sky .

“The idea of watching movies, this seems surprising,” said Ole Scheeren. “A screen, located somewhere between the rocks. And the audience … floating … floating on the sea, somewhere in the middle of this incredible space of the lagoon, focused on moving images through the water: A sense of timing, chance, almost like pieces of wood. Or maybe something more architectural:. modular parts, mounted freely, as a group of small islands that are joined to form an audience ”

A work with a strong link with the local community, the archipelago is based Film techniques used by fishermen to build floating lobster farms. The raft was built from recycled materials as a series of individual modules to provide flexibility for future use. After a journey that will see the raft ride everywhere as an auditorium for film screenings in other water eventually returns to the island and returned to their community of real builders Yao Noi, as their own playground and stage in the ocean.

 

Scheeren described the Archipelago Cinema project:

A screen, nestled somewhere between the rocks. And the audience… floating. Hovering above the sea, somewhere in the middle of this incredible space of the lagoon, focused on the moving images across the water. A landscape of pieces playfully joined together. A sense of temporality, randomness. Almost like drift wood. Or maybe something more architectural. Modular pieces, loosely assembled, like a group of little islands. A congregation of rafts as an auditorium. Archipelago Cinema.

Images Credit: architectureholic

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