Un Chien Andalou - en udvidet stumfilmsvisning

Anita Brondt Maskova Pedersen, Mikkel Vadsager Larsen, Mikkel Schlaikjær Kofod, Julie Marie Grønn, Pernille Holm Rasmussen, Asger Maurice Freud-Blomquist, Amalie Sejersdahl Mikkelsen & Anne Sofie Persson

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


The following paper researches and investigates how the avantgardistic term Expanded Cinema can be used in the production of a cinematic event, and how this relates to the experience economy of today (2014). The paper describes the methods used in an experimental screening of Luis Buñuel’s silent movie Un Chien Andalou from 1929, methods such as electronic music, composed specifically for the event. Furthermore, the avant-garde is theoretically explained, using theories by Mikkel Bolt and Christian Jantzen.!Both method and theory is then combined in an analysis of the event, in which the avantgardistic features and the artistic expansions of the event are pointed out. Following the analysis, it is discussed whether or not the production can rightfully be called avantgardistic.! The paper concludes that the production contains avantgardistic features and elements, but still inevitably ends up somewhere in the middle between the avantgarde and the experience economy of today.

UddannelserPerformance-design, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato16 jan. 2015
VejledereUlrik Schmidt


  • Miklerne
  • Expanded Cinema
  • Stumfilm
  • Mikkel Bolt
  • Oplevelsessamfund
  • Christian Jantzen
  • Avantgarde
  • Un Chien Andalou
  • Kapitalisme
  • Elektronisk Musik