Love the Earth - Part II: Flight, Episode 13 /The Weird Girls Project

Kitty Von-Sometime

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DIRECTOR Kitty Von-Sometime
PRODUCER Kitty Von-Sometime
DOP Hrafn Garðarsson
MUSIC Imogen Heap
EDITOR Helgi Jóhannsson
RELEASE 2011
LENGTH 3.21
GENRE Music
CAST The Weird Girls

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Episode 13 of The Weird Girls Project took place in volcano hit Þórsmörk and surrounding areas. The video media from the performance produce a piece for Imogen Heap's Love the Earth score. Imogen gave Kitty two musical pieces and so the Episode is in two parts. Kitty had wanted to produce a piece in Þórsmörk for several years but the costs of specialised transport made it unattainable. Following a fundraiser through the Kickstarter.com website the Project gained sponsorship from both Hostelling International Iceland and Reykjavík Excursions to enable the location to be possible. Pegasus also part sponsored the equipment which enabled Kitty to use the best available film equipment. This episode was gifted with perfect weather and Kitty took the women on a truly grueling day's filming. The experience was very emotional for all the women involved and it was referred to as a magical moment in their lives. Part II took place around Húsadalur and follows the women drawing energy from water worship as they follow the river to its source and rebirth into strong and free spirits.

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Artist Statement: I take what is in my head and make it real. I am a child born of the emerging digital world and have a continual hunger to record what I do compulsively in digital form. My existence is a drop in the ocean, the documentation forms the ripples. My inspiration comes from childhood dreams, from synchronicity, from freeing those from their own constraints and a personal obsession with spandex. I proactively involve those outside of art to become art, to live art, to feel art. Those who are entangled in what I do, what I make, are often completely unknown to me before we merge ourselves together. Undercurrents of female empowerment run deep, specifically with regard to the female form but come secondary to creating visual imagery that envelops the viewer in a candyland, making their mouths water - summoning without them knowing why there is a sudden desire to come out to play. I have not studied art and am unaware what is standard. The more I create the more I want to.
 

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