Long Live the New Flesh

Nicolas Provost

2009 | 00:14:19 | Belgium | English | Color | Stereo | 16:9 | HD video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Blu-ray, European Film/Video, Hollywood, Image Processing

Long Live the New Flesh uses found footage to transmogrify existing fragments from horror films into a new video. It deploys a digital technique with painterly quality in which the images literally consume one another and the horror in all its visual power is brought to a natural boiling point. Provost strips down the imagery of a mass medium, uses it to construct a new visual story behind the dissection and horror, and allows the viewer to cross every phase of the emotional spectrum.

Note: This title is intended by the artist to be viewed in High Definition. While DVD format is available to enable accessibility, VDB recommends presentation on Blu-ray or HD digital file.

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Prizes + Awards

Best Experimental Short Film, Melbourne International Film Festival 2010


Berlin International Film Festival

Exhibitions + Festivals

Athens International Film and Video Festival, Ohio, 2011

Berlinale, February 12, 2012

Chicago Underground Film Festival, 2011

Gene Siskel Film Center, Conversations at the Edge series, November 10, 2011

Migrating Forms Festival of Film and Video, 2011

Sydney Underground Film Festival, 2011