The Remembering Movement

Die erinnernde Bewegung





What is the silent moment between thoughts, glances, and memories? “The Remembering Movement” thinks poetically about this moment. This film depicts an experimental and poetic film triptych: “Thinking-Chant”, “Gaze-Frame”, and “Light-Texture” based on the painting/assemblage “Poetikweltlichter” by Marion Steinfellner and the poem “Since Then” by Mersolis Schöne and Marion Steinfellner. This is connected by Michael Fischer’s soundscaping, which combines poetry and sound into a rhizomatic audio fabric triptych. Web:


Mersolis Schöne

Mersolis Schöne is a German researcher and artist based in Vienna, Austria. He is interested in film-based philosophical and scientific inquiry and combines philosophical topics with poetic and artistic forms. In 2017 he founded "Moving Thought – Film+Philosophy" to implement projects focusing on this purpose. His film works are poetic and experimental. Web:

Written by:

Mersolis Schöne, Marion Steinfellner

Produced by:

Mersolis Schöne


Sound and Composition: Michael Fischer

Screened at:

Video Creation Finalists session 6

Sala Miguel Marti i Pol
19:00 hrs

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