VodkaKafé is a real-time slow-motion experiment. On one wall is a life-size projection of people in a café acting in extreme slow-motion. While slowing down their acts they expose their undirected attempts between thought and movement. It becomes a visualization of a thought before it is formulated.
The installation space is a continuation of the projected space, so the viewer stands in an environment where the time almost stopped.


video installation, 1 hour loop
with live performance

A collaboration between:
Helle Lyshøj and Susan Lekås


VodkaKafé was shown at the exhibition space
Moira, Utrecht in The Netherlands
Opening: Sat. 8 September 2001

The project was supported by
The Netherlands Film Fund

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