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S*CKMYP drops the spectator in a world continuously bombarded with digital fragmentation bombs. People wander through a kaleidoscopic labyrinth of trembling bodies and mutating buildings until they are swallowed by a yawning void. Lost pixels nestle like parasites under the skin and drag them through an everyday world that looks strange beyond recognition. THe film is a feverish dream, the loot of a nightly raid on suburban districts and new housing estates. A collection of the stolen dreams, fears and thoughts of its unsuspecting inhabitants that is melted into a new impressive universum. Kurt D\'Haeseleer was born in Anderlecht in 1974. Throughout the years he has obtained a worthy status in the world of video-art. He worked with important Belgian artists and realised a serious number of videos that have been exhibited in many international art-expos and museums. He works for some yars now for the Belgian Filmfabriek where finished this project. Kurt D\'Haeseleer is also doing the live-visuals on the Tuk performances. Peter Verhelst is a known and excellent writer from Belgium. His text works as a mantra on the movie. KÃƒÂ¶hn made already 3 cds for (K-RAA-K)3. [K046] S*CKMYP also exists as a video installation. The installation is an exploded film for 4 projection screens. Parabolic loudspreakers emit directional sound waves. The spectator can build his own film by walking. The result is an endless variation of stories and interpretations, but not a single one of them turns out to be the right one. The installation premiered at the World Wide Video festival 2004, Amsterdam.