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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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It's over for now, but not forever. Home Cinema will soon be back with more

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i might go and throw my phone into the lake, yeah by Lucía Vives and Sam Fuentes
i might go and throw my phone into the lake, yeah i might go and throw my phone into the lake, yeah i might go and throw my phone into the lake, yeah i might go and throw my phone into the lake, yeah
  • Screenings
  • Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022—20:00
  • Thursday, June 23rd, 2022—20:00
  • Friday, June 24th, 2022—20:00
  • i might go and throw my phone into the lake, yeah
  • by Lucía Vives and Sam Fuentes
    • Netherlands, 2022
    • 03:32 min
    • ENG with ENG subs

An experimental video poem on the transformative potential of substances that accompany us. By thinking through elements such as tears; hormones in gel; warm beer; holy water; and mercury, a new
constellation of technologies is proposed. An homage to the symbolic link in a drop of water and a late-night DM; a soaked jacket coming back home and trying to resuscitate a phone in rice.

 The film is created through a back-to-back dialogue between makers. It’s a research on writing and filming, and simultaneously on affection and subjectivity.

Artist Biography

Lucía Vives and Sam Fuentes are both iberian-raised artists based in Amsterdam. Their first work together is fueled by their fascination for affection and memory.

    • Written by
    • Lucía Vives

    • Filmed by
    • Sam Fuentes