Drifters - Trailer
2016 / 11:12 min
Drifters is about an entity in search of its origin and purpose.
Installation | Original Story | Filmed: July 18 - 22, 2013 | Film: Canon 5D Mark 3 | 1920x1080 | 2:39 | Colour | Location: GlenCoe Area, Scotland | Premiere: April 25, 2018, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Netherlands
Drifters was exhibited at: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, April 25 - August 26, 2018, 263.000 visitors | Amos Rex, Helsinki, Finland, March 6 - May 19, 2019 | Mint Museum, Charlotte, USA, September 20, 2019 - April 26, 2020
A Film by: Lonneke Gordijn, Ralph Nauta, "Studio Drift", Sil van der Woerd | Directed by: Sil van der Woerd | Co-Directed by: Lonneke Gordijn, Ralph Nauta | Producer: Sil van der Woerd, Lonneke Gordijn, Ralph Nauta | Dir. of Photography: Keidrych Wasley | Edit: Sil van der Woerd | VFX Supervisor: Sil van der Woerd, Evaldas Cesnavicius, Luuk Meijer | Music and Sound Design: Vitaliy Zavadskyy
Location Scout: Sil van der Woerd, Keidrych Wasley | Music Mix: Post City Sound Inc | Look Development: Evaldas Cesnavicius | 3D and Compositing: Evaldas Cesnavicius, Sil van der Woerd, Kestutis Rinkevicius, Alvydas Jatkialo, Raphael El Khaddar, Jenny van Son, Pim Reinders, Roy Hoes, Maria Peralta Ramos | Digimatte: Jorik Dozy | Color Grading: Bart Verraest | Thanks to: Storm Post Production, Jack Kuiper | Copyright 2016 Studio Drift, Sil van der Woerd
About The Project
Colossal floating blocks of concrete, as living monoliths, migrate through an untouched landscape, without context, without reference, lost in space and time, on the move to something bigger to fall in place.
Drifters - a collaboration between Sil van der Woerd and Amsterdam based Studio Drift - is a companion work to the installation Drifter and displays how basic and rough human systems are, in contrast to the natural.
The work can be seen from the perspective of whether or not the individual can escape from the collective.
Exhibited at Amos Rex, Helsinki, Finland
March 6 - May 19, 2019
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Exhibited at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Netherlands
April 25 - August 26, 2019