As a conceptual fiction Asphalto describes the relationship of a man and a woman by means of metaphor and visual symbols related to asphalt, service stations and automotive sports.
abstract, architecture and urban space, cars, destruction, fiction, human relations, love, numbers, repetition, symbolism, urban landscape, urban space, violence (activity)
Ilppo Pohjola (Author), Ilppo Pohjola (Director), Heikki Salo (Editor), Wieslaw Pogorzelski (Music), Merzbow (Music), Lee Digi-Dub (Music), Crystal Eye (Producer), Irina Björklund (Cast), Ilari Nummi (Cast), Peter Franzen (Cast), Jim McKee (Sound)
Ilppo Pohjola is an artist and filmmaker based in Helsinki, Finland. He studied at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, USA and at Sheridan College in Toronto, Canada. He graduated from Harrow College of Higher Education in London, UK in 1988. Pohjola has made a number of awarded films, videos and multimedia installations, which have been shown internationally in museum, galleries, cinemas, on TV and at over 100 film festivals, and acquired to private and public collections. He has also works as a designer, photographer and cinematographer.