AboutThe scenes of Interim Camp were composed from the perspective of a wanderer, whose path becomes more challenging with every step, with every day he or she spends in this area. In fact, the physical and mental strains affecting the body on a mountain hike can lead to vertigo, altitude sickness, displaced perception, and hallucinations.
Besides the increasing morphing of the landscape, the coloration of the film plays an important role in representing this physical and mental condition of the invisible protagonist, in whose position we place the visitor. Scene by scene was colourised in post-production with the help of dynamically changing colour palettes.
Musician and composer Arran Poole worked on the soundtrack in a parallel process. He layered noises, drones and rhythmical patterns to relate to the vastness and abstractness of the scenery. Weaved in field recordings of foot steps, breathing and unfamiliar sound events support the narrative of the film.
Interim Camp was supported by:
Hessisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst