This DVD was compiled by the International Film Festival Rotterdam and EYE Film Institute Netherlands and consists of the following films:
1981, 6 min., b/w, silent
The film is a superimposition of 6 to 8 takes. In each take, a horizontal piece of white paper was moved around in front of the camera by hand.
IN NEED OF SPACE
1982, 5 min., colour
Inspired by Steve Reich’s music, a cube rotates with the same dimensions as the film frame.
DE HEMEL IS VIERKANT (Heaven Is Square
1985, 10 min., colour
Compositions of planes, which originate from cross-sections of a cube, parallel to its three main axes.
1987, 7 min., colour
Cut-out animation consisting of four parts, each of which depicts its own abstract variation on the themes of colour and movement.
NACHT-LICHT (Night Light)
1993, 13 min., colour
The first film Vegter made using image generation software that he wrote himself, consists of three parts, each with its own, formal starting-point. Gradual changes in the position, direction, movement, velocity and colour of the elements become apparent.
1994, 1 min., b/w, silent
A black plane with a large number of tiny dots gradually changes from flat to spatial to capture an image which is neither flat nor spatial.
1999, 17 min., colour, silent
Abstract film in which the maker processed television fuzz using software thereby creating a new visual language.
2004, 8 min., colour, silent
Self-written software, light-frequencies and mesmerizing abstractions. Silent images which shift between stagnation and continuous movement.
DE TIJD (Time)
2008, 9 min., colour, silent
A monochrome flat image changes slowly into a theatrical spectacle in which colour subtly melts and solidifies lines and conical forms.