Parachutable is a 16mm loop projection in which two disembodied voices occupy the image of an airplane hangar and an architectral model of the same building. A visionary building constructed by the architect Alfred Hardy with the aim to dissapear in the landscape in a specific daylight. The images alternate synchronously in different lightning with empty white frames as the dialogue gradually turns to visionary ideas of escape and dissapearance.

Voices: Ain Bailey and Laetitia Sadier
 
Parachutable, 2005

Two 16-mm films, color, optical sound, 3 min. and 2 min


Images 1, 2: Film still © Rosa Barba 
Image 3: Installation view at Kunstverein Kassel, 2005 © Rosa Barba