Lux Aeterna is a film monologue of nearly half an hour. The starting point for the work is an utopian dream of power and a desire to change the world. The hero of the film takes a journey inside himself and follows an internal dialogue. Composed of quotes from romantic poetry, writings of madmen and tyrants (Julius Slowacki, Adolf Hitler, Anders Breivik, Thomas Jefferson). The monologue is intertwined with breathtaking views of Norwegian nature, forests, rocks and lakes. Here the artist references romanticism and also totalitarian ideologies (eg. the Nazi symbolic \
The artist will present excerpts from films portraying the end of the world, including the imagery of Hollywood superproductions and fragments of documentaries. Will the disaster of the Year 2012 really happen? If so, how will the world look like afterwards?
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