Solarflares Burn for You

Movie • 1973  

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Arthur Johns' 10-minute experimental film is a personal essay on colour effects, set to a hypnotic soundtrack by Robert Wyatt. Although his initial art training was in painting, Johns quickly realised that his favourite medium was film. He made Solar Flares in the early 1970s, shortly after graduating from London's Royal College of Art, where he had already made a number of award-winning experimental shorts.
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