I first met with director Ivo van Hove and production designer Jan Versweyveld to discuss video for The Antonioni Project in July 2008. Van Hove had recently finished his second feature film, Amsterdam, and was really struck by what he describes as the “architecture for constructing emotions.” Anyone who has been on a film set knows what this is. Often, the actors are hidden behind lights, scrims, reflectors, camera gear, etc., while the director watches the scene from a remote monitor. A ...

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