‘Fixing a Hole’, an experimental film from Director Pierre Ajavon, is the cinematic equivalent of a stunning art installation that when planted on the ground, speaks a cosmic language. This three-minute powerhouse of a ‘visual installation,’ teleports the viewer to a realm that is simply out of this world. Pierre employs the use of visuals from his lunar explorations on film and marries them to an electronic score using original sound recordings from the lunar landscape.
Pierre Ajavon is a natural visual artist who experiments with the form, structure and language of visual storytelling. An Experimental filmmaker, an accomplished musician and a sociologist, he enhances his compositions with pop art imagery to make his creations as much a visual delight as a treat for the ears. ‘Fixing a Hole’ is a delight for its creative fusion of Kaleidoscopic symbolism speaking to psychedelic electronic to speak a new language of sounds and visuals that do not need words.