an audio/visual collaboration between Malic Amalya & Nathan Hill
Since 2014, Malic Amalya & Nathan Hill have been collaborating on 16mm films, digital and analogue videos, and performances with electronic musical scores. Visceral and cacophonous, their work traverses gritty landscapes of abandoned buildings, blast zones, and back rooms. They burn 16mm film, smear Vaseline on camera filters, and circuit bend electronics.
Co-directed films include Vaseline (16mm, 2016), Magnetic Resonance (video, 2015), Decussation Chamber (video, 2015), the “Pale Yellow: Spit” chapter in Hanky Code: The Movie (video, 2015), and Towards the Death of Cinema (performance, 2014).