Sfregiato ‘Scarred Wounds’ - killyourdarlings - JPG
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Sfregiato ‘Scarred Wounds’

Sfregiato ‘Scarred Wounds’ - - killyourdarlings


Title of Piece: Sfregiato ‘Scarred Wounds’
Production Company: killyourdarlings
Director: Dominik Leingartner
Producer(s): Sebastian Briem, Vincent Göler, David Krätschmer, Alllegra Isenberg
Art Director: Dominik Leingartner
Editor: Beat Schwiersch
Director of Photography: Samuel Emmer
Production Design: Lilli Ceben
Costume Design: Noemi Liv Nicoleisen
Hair & Makeup: Joe Onde
Music/Sound Design: Dominik Joel Novák
Visual Effects: Leopold Seidl
Writer: Dominik Leingartner
Props Stylist: Miren Oller
Instagram Tag: @dominik.leingartner @samuelemmer @suvreesstudio
Short Synopsis: "Sfregiato" is a visual expression of the thoughts and themes of artist Carmine Antonio Iacolare. Divided
into three main chapters, “la cicatrice” (the scar), “la ferita” (the wound) and “la guarigione” (the healing), the
film evokes the intense pain of wounds that never heal. The tingling on the surface of the scar. The pain that
carves uninvited through the consciousness. The restless agony, screaming from deep within oneself. The
unrelenting struggle, trying to find respite, however temporary. The urge to attain lightness and relief in
healing. Being forced to return to memories culpable for the wound, memories that would rather be left
Integrity is an illusion. There is no such thing as invulnerability. Our character is shaped by our wounds.
The film combines the aesthetic of artist Carmine Iacolare with the avant-garde fashion realm of Ann
Carmine Antonio Iacolare, who is of Italian and Austrian descent, is a young visual artist now living in
Antwerp. His work, be it his paintings worked with protective materials, his dry-point etchings, collages or
his experimental black-and-white analogue photography, the metamorphosis that he strives for, cannot be
overlooked. This constant movement, this uneasiness, is brought into relief in his performances, with the
artist’s flesh and blood acting as the work itself, as he addresses topics, asking questions of the audience
and engages with the physical world beyond the white gallery walls.
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