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Paulo abreu
Catalogue : 2013Adormecido | Doc. expérimental | super8 | couleur et n&b | 12:30 | Portugal | 0
Paulo abreu
Adormecido
Doc. expérimental | super8 | couleur et n&b | 12:30 | Portugal | 0

"Asleep" is an experimental and poetic documentary , shot in Super 8, about the Capelinhos volcano in the Azorean island of Faial . Also included is some footage of the successive eruptions during 1957 and 1958.

Born in Lisbon 1964 Film/video Arts NYC 1991 Cinematographer and cameraman in several art projects and short films Director of several experimental shorts shot in Super 8

abu ali & retroyou
Catalogue : 2006The Babylon Archieves | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur et n&b | 65:0 | Espagne | 2003
abu ali & retroyou
The Babylon Archieves
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur et n&b | 65:0 | Espagne | 2003

"THE BABYLON ARCHIVES : The Dark Side of the Empire, POST 0911" (25 minutes), est une compilation vidéo d'Abu Ali & retroyou produite par les OVNI Archives. 1999-2003. Des rencontres oubliées dans le passé, les premiers mots après l'événement. Célébration à l'huile et pellicule inconnue. "THE BABYLON ARCHIVES : The War Room" (40 minutes), est une compilation vidéo d'Abu Ali & retroyou produite par les OVNI Archives. 2005. Quand le divertissement devient entrainement. Les limites invisibles du jeu à venir, de la victoire finale.


Saed abu hmud
Catalogue : 2008Tashweesh | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 4:0 | Palestine | 2007
Saed abu hmud
Tashweesh
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 4:0 | Palestine | 2007

Le Cinéma Zahran, au c?ur d?Amman, projette des films porno depuis trente-sept ans. Le réalisateur va y voir un film porno, et découvre le milieu sexuel arabe pour les hommes. Dans ce cinéma, on voit et entend plus qu?un film porno.


Abu Saed Hmud est né en 1976 à Bethléem (Palestine). Il a étudié la réalisation TV et la production audiovisuelle à l?Université Technique de Palestine. Après avoir obtenu son diplôme en 1999, il a travaillé comme caméraman et producteur, avec de nombreuses sociétés de diffusion et de production. Il a participé à la réalisation de nombreux films et ateliers d'écriture de scripts, ainsi qu?à des cours de formation organisés par le Euromed Audiovisuel Project 2, le Sundance Film Institute et la Script Factory. Son premier film documentaire « Nativity Church » (28 minutes) a été produit en 1999. En 2005, il a réalisé « Second Halftime » (21 minutes), dont la première a eu lieu au Festival de Film International Visions du Réel de Nyon (France) et qui a été sélectionné officiellement dans beaucoup d'autres grands festivals de cinéma du monde entier. En 2006, il est entré au centre télévisuel de la BBC de Londres pour une bourse d'études de trois mois, en tant que cameraman et producteur de l'émission « News Night ». Il a réalisé deux courts documentaires en Jordanie, en collaboration avec le Projet Audiovisuel Palestinien et la Commission Cinématographique Royale de Jordanie (« Distorsion », 4 minutes et « Offside », 13 minutes).

Narges abyar
Catalogue : 2009Yek rooz pas az dahomin rooz) | Documentaire | dv | couleur | 24:30 | Iran | 2008
Narges abyar
Yek rooz pas az dahomin rooz)
Documentaire | dv | couleur | 24:30 | Iran | 2008

Brief story:ý This realistic fiction is about an old man when he was alone. He fills his solitary life with a ýcamel, but camel to fall a victim to religious customs.ý ý ý Summary A camel once mauled Uncle Reza`s head and now he lives alone with his few possessions and visits from a little girl. He takes care of ýanother camel whose neck is branded with delicate sacred tattoos. Loneliness and solitude echo around him like the bell he carries to ýhis charge each morning, the story builds complex layers around this simple man as a religious festival is staged with the camel at its ýcentre. On the 10th Day of Muharram, Uncle Reza tries to reassure the camel as it is dressed in ceremonial trappings, and walks it into ýa gathering with music, historical reenactments and pilgrims. One Day After the 10th Day you may realize how much you care for this ýman and his camel.ý

Narges Abyar was born in Tehran. she studied in Persian Literature and received her B.A. in this field. So far she has devoted most of ýher time to writing, which had led to the publication of ten story and fiction books for children, young adults and also the adults. She ýhas made several short and one documentary

Dan acostioaei, florin bobu, cristina david, livia pancu
Catalogue : 2015Si eu sunt tractorist | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 7:45 | Roumanie | 2015
Dan acostioaei , florin bobu, cristina david, livia pancu
Si eu sunt tractorist
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 7:45 | Roumanie | 2015

The main character of the story is a red two dimensional model of a tractor that during all the duration of the film is travelled by the artists into a relocated landscape and than into the city of Iasi, Romania. At unforeseen moments in time, the tractor is witnessing a lunch with the artists or it has a couple encounters, more or less violent, with two monuments in the city: The Independece Statue and the Monuments for the victims of the Communism. On the sound track one can listen obsessive excerpts of the Romanian Television in 1989 live broadcasted and than taped by an anonymous. The tape was found 25 years later on the flea market and it`s sound is overlapped with sounds generated by an analogue low-fi synthesizer.

Dan Acostioaei (born 1974) lives and works in Iaşi, Romania. He is a visual artist and he holds a teaching position at University of Arts ”George Enescu” in Iaşi. Alongside a group of artists and philosophers from Iasi and felow visual artist Matei Bejenaru, Acostioaei is a founding member of Vector Association. Since 2001 this artist run institution promoted and supported the local emerging contemporary art scene and organised the Periferic Biennial in Iasi, Romania. Acostioaei`s works focus on the identity models of the Romanian society in transition and on the ideological boundaries between the economic sphere and the conditions of artistic production within former Eastern Bloc. His projects were exhibited în One Sixth of the Earth - Ecologies of Image, MUSAC, Leon, Spain (2012), Transitland: videoart in Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain (2010), Illuminations, Level 2 Gallery, Tate Modern, London, U.K. (2007). The visual artist and independent curator, Florin Bobu was born in 1978 in Tecuci (Romania) and lives in Lasi (Romania). He has a degree from the Academy of Visual Art and Design (The Netherlands) and has been involved in several contemporary art events in Rotterdam, Munster and Antwerp. Cristina David (born 1979) started her artistic training at the Art Academy in Bucharest and completed her MDA at the Art Academy in Bergen. Video art is her prime choice of artistic medium. Cristina also works with photography and installations. Her often humorous texts and images are related. The stories come from day-to-day life. In her texts, she blends her personal experiences and thoughts. Cristina David has said that her stories often emerge from her impatience at the slow motion of daily life. LIVIA PANCU (born in 1980) is a curator based in Iași, România. Since 2005 she has been a member of Vector Association, and, from 2011 to 2012, its director. She is currently one of the Co-directors of tranzit.ro, part of the international network tranzit.org. She graduated the Curating Contemporary Art department of the Royal College of Art in 2009. In April 2012, Vertical Site (with Florin Bobu and George Doros), an ongoing project based on her PhD research (The Socialist Decorations and the Process of Thermic Rehabilitation of the Housing Blocks Facades build between 1950 and 1990 in Romania), was launched and curated by the 1+1 association. Most recently she has written for the Self-Organised Subjects anthology, Open Editions, Stine Hebert & Anne Szefer Karlsen (Eds.): The Almost Institution (2013). Her research is based on understanding the different internal mechanics of contemporary art organizations located in cities that are not governmental or financial capitals. Currently she is preoccupied on how to inherit or dissolve institutional heritage.

Ozan adam
Catalogue : 2009Zymotic amaurosis | Animation | dv | couleur | 0:54 | Turquie | 2007
Ozan adam
Zymotic amaurosis
Animation | dv | couleur | 0:54 | Turquie | 2007

Zymotic-Amaurosis: Contagious Arbitrary Blindness is a disease caused by a virus, which can capture and store visual information and memories. The film is about a fantastic journey through the book that tells the fragmented story of the remembrances, visions and dreams of a blind man who is subjected to experiments to reveal the visual data that was recorded by the micro-cameras, which were installed in the eyes of an astronaut for a secret mission. After transplanting the eyes of the astronaut to the blind man, they expect to retrieve the recordings through the dreams of the blind man but they get lost in the surreal absurdity of a complex subconscious.

Ozan Adam was born in 1976 in Ankara, Turkey. He studied art and cinema in New York, worked in film production, advertising, commercials, media, stage construction and design industries. His body of diverse artwork, which consists of text, design, illustration, painting, sculpture, animation, film, video and installation, has been exhibited in solo and collective exhibitions around the world. He has been teaching film, video production and experimental cinema courses at İstanbul Bilgi University and Bahcesehir University, supervised workshops at Bilkent University, Middle Eastern Technical University, Netherlands Institute for Higher Education and Boğaziçi University. Many of his films have been selected and screened by international festivals, galleries and museums.

Catalogue : 2010Little Birdie | Animation | dv | couleur | 1:6 | Turquie | 2010
Ozan adam
Little Birdie
Animation | dv | couleur | 1:6 | Turquie | 2010

The animation is about the transformation of lines into shapes and objects then to figures and finally into a flight through space.

Ozan Adam was born in 1976 in Ankara, Turkey. He studied art and cinema in New York, worked in film production, advertising, commercials, media, stage construction and design industries. His body of diverse artwork, which consists of text, design, illustration, painting, sculpture, animation, film, video and installation, has been exhibited in solo and collective exhibitions around the world. He has taught film, video production and experimental cinema courses at İstanbul Bilgi University and supervised workshops at Bilkent University, Middle Eastern Technical University, Netherlands Institute for Higher Education and Boğaziçi University. He is currently working at Bahcesehir University teaching production, documentary and video art courses. His film ?Zymotic-Amaurosis? was awarded with the Special Jury Award in the 14th International Ankara Film Festival and another film of his titled ?The Two Names of A Testimony About The Execution of A Happening and A Suitcase Full of Broken Records? was awarded as the Best Experimental Film in the 17th International Ankara Film Festival. Many of his films have been selected and screened by international festivals, galleries and museums.

Stefan adamski
Catalogue : 2011RE: | Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 3:19 | Pologne | 2011
Stefan adamski
RE:
Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 3:19 | Pologne | 2011

RE: is an ironic piece based on my correspondence with popular international directors and filmmakers. It is a frustrating, perverse and unsuccessful search for ideas connected with an inscrutable film project and classic Hollywood scenes - a piece about artist`s condition and acting desires with intentionally unprofessionally made scenes.

I studied History of Art in Krakow and Acting in London. I participated in various theater/performance worksessions (i.a. with Robert Wilson, Eugenio Barba, Franko B and Ron Athey) and exhibitions in Germany, Greece, Unites States, Mexico, Austria and Russia. Since 2009 I run a private contemporary art space `Florianska22` in Krakow.

Soufiane adel
Catalogue : 2014Go Forth | Documentaire | hdv | couleur | 62:0 | France | 2014
Soufiane adel
Go Forth
Documentaire | hdv | couleur | 62:0 | France | 2014

À travers le portrait d’une femme de 79 ans, Taklit Adel, ma grand-mère, née en Algérie et vivant en France depuis 60 ans, se noue à la fois le fil de la petite et de la grande Histoire et l’exploration de la banlieue et de son ensemble. Une histoire personnelle prise dans l’histoire collective.


Soufiane Adel est né en 1981 en Algérie. Il arrive en France à 8 ans. C’est en faisant une école de design, l’ENSCI, Les Ateliers, qu’il découvre le cinéma. Pas par hasard, toute son enfance il s’est nourri des films de Jean Claude Van Damme et du Nouvel Hollywood. Il rencontre à 20 ans le néoréalisme italien et le cinéma expérimental, et amorce alors une longue cinéphilie, autodidacte, aléatoire, et compulsive. En 2004, il décide de filmer son père, lui demande de rejouer une scène qu’ils ont vécue ensemble. Ce sera son premier court métrage : « Nuits closes ». Après il y aura « La Cassette » puis « Kamel s’est suicidé six fois, son père est mort ». A partir de 2009, il co-réalise ses films avec Angela Terrail, avec qui il travaille depuis « La Cassette ». Ils réaliseront « Sur la tête de Bertha Boxcar » et prépare actuellement un long métrage, l’adaptation contemporaine d’un roman de Jack London « Martin Eden ».

Catalogue : 2016Les Bonnes | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:0 | France | 2015
Soufiane adel
Les Bonnes
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:0 | France | 2015

Le long de la nuit. Deux jeunes garçons sont dehors. Ils gardent un studio de cinéma. Ils sont frères. Seuls, la lune et un tigre les accompagnent pour traverser ce temps.


Soufiane Adel est né en 1981 en Algérie. Il arrive en France à 8 ans. C’est en faisant une école de design, l’ENSCI, Les Ateliers, qu’il découvre le cinéma. Pas par hasard, toute son enfance il s’est nourri des films de Jean Claude Van Damme et du Nouvel Hollywood. Il rencontre à 20 ans le néoréalisme italien et le cinéma expérimental, et amorce alors une longue cinéphilie, autodidacte, aléatoire, et compulsive. En 2004, il décide de filmer son père, lui demande de rejouer une scène qu’ils ont vécue ensemble. Ce sera son premier court métrage : « Nuits closes ». Après il y aura « La Cassette » puis « Kamel s’est suicidé six fois, son père est mort ». À partir de 2009, il co-réalise ses films avec Angela Terrail, avec qui il travaille depuis « La Cassette ». Ils réaliseront « Sur la tête de Bertha Boxcar » et prépare actuellement un long métrage, l’adaptation contemporaine d’un roman de Jack London « Martin Eden ».

Soufiane adel
Catalogue : 2006Nuits Closes | Fiction | dv | couleur | 12:0 | Algérie | France | 2004
Soufiane adel
Nuits Closes
Fiction | dv | couleur | 12:0 | Algérie | France | 2004

23heures. Soufiane, Fayçal et leur mère Zouina, roulent de bistrot en bistrot? Ils cherchent quelqu`un dans les rues de Champigny.


1981 :Naissance en Algèrie le 22 septembre 1990 : Arrivé en France en aout à l`age de 8 ans 2001: Obtention d`un baccalauréat Arts Apliquées à Vitry-sur-Seine (94) 2001:Entrée à l`Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle ( ENSCI, Les Ateliers) (75) pour 5ans d`étude

Catalogue : 2018La lumière tombe | Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 9:23 | Algérie | France | 0
Soufiane adel
La lumière tombe
Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 9:23 | Algérie | France | 0

Quelque part en Banlieue, dans un futur proche. La classe ouvrière n'existe plus. Vénus se rapproche de la terre. Un homme et son fils refont le monde.


Soufiane Adel est né en 1981 en Algérie et arrive en France à 8 ans. C`est en faisant une école de design, l'ENSCI - Les Ateliers, qu'il découvre le cinéma. En 2004, il décide de filmer son père : ce sera son premier court métrage, "Nuits closes", qui débutera au festival de Clermont-Ferrand. En 2007, il réalise "Kamel s`est suicidé six fois, son père est mort" qui a été sélectionné à la Quinzaine des Réalisateurs et à l'ACID à Cannes en 2008, ainsi que dans de nombreux festivals de par le monde. En 2009, il coréalise avec Angela Terrail, "Sur la tête de Bertha Boxcar", prix du jury au festival Silhouette (montré également à Clermont, Pantin, Ciné-banlieue, Indielisboa ...) et diffusé sur Arte. En 2013, il réalise son second documentaire "Go Forth" qui aborde l`histoire de sa grand-mère algérienne, projetés dans des dizaines de festivals internationaux (Cinéma du réel, Rencontres Internationales Paris-Berlin, Lussas, Montréal...). Son exploration de formes fictionnelles d`auto-filmage se poursuit avec "Vincent V" et "Les bonnes". En 2017, il met de nouveau en scène son père dans une fiction, "La Faim", puis dans l'essai "La lumière tombe", en 2018.

Catalogue : 2008Kamel s'est suicidé six fois, son père est mort | Fiction | | couleur | 9:0 | Algérie | France | 2007
Soufiane adel
Kamel s'est suicidé six fois, son père est mort
Fiction | | couleur | 9:0 | Algérie | France | 2007

Un soir dans la semaine, mon grand-père Tahar décède en soins palliatifs. Zouina, sa belle-fille est là. Aziz, son fils est là. Fayçal est là. Je suis là. Dieu n?est pas là ? Kamel arrive trop tard.


Diplômé de l?École Nationale Supérieure de Création industrielle de Paris, Soufiane Adel réalise des scénographies pour différentes manifestations culturelles (Les Rencontres de la Photographie d?Arles, le centre culturel Telemar à Rio de Janeiro...). Il signe parallèlement des courts métrages documentaires et de fiction qui sont montrés dans de nombreux festivals. En 2007, il est chef opérateur son d?un documentaire d?Angela Terrail.

Samantha adler de oliveira
Catalogue : 2013Palace, 2013 | Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 10:50 | Israel | 2013
Samantha adler de oliveira
Palace, 2013
Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 10:50 | Israel | 2013

The Palace was once a grandiose hotel built by the Mufti of Jerusalem in 1929. Long abandoned, the building has recently been bought by Waldorf Astoria and entirely gutted so as to preserve only its historical façade. "Palace, 2013" is a collaboration with the workers on the construction site of Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem and presents a series of three atmospheric tableaux inspired by the formal qualities of the site and its history. By means of simple props and actions, the order of the site and its daily labour routine are temporarily disrupted, allowing for a multiplicity of resonances to occur. Adler de Oliveira thus acts as an observer of the broad range of possibilities embedded within the site: its current reality as a dismantled building on the one hand; and its latent future on the other. The hotel in its present form - a site in the making - presents an anomalous reality, since it functions as a temporary home for its construction workers. The site imbues the power relationships characteristic of Israeli society, contrasted against its designed purpose: to offer its visitors an escape from local reality; a total disconnection from time and place.

Samantha Adler de Oliveira was born in Paris in 1985 and grew up in Brussels. In 2003 she completed a BA in European Studies at King`s College London. She then went on to earn a Fine Art degree from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, during which time she spent a semester at the School of Visual Arts in New York. In 2011 she participated in the European Exchange Academy and is a recent graduate of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine. She received a special mention at the Mediatine Award for emerging artists in Belgium (2011) and the Aileen Cooper Prize for outstanding graduate show (2012). Her work has been shown in Israel, Belgium, Germany and New York. She had her first one-person exhibition in 2013 at the Architect House in Tel-Aviv Yaffo.

Jan adriaans
Catalogue : 2016Stay | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:24 | Pays-Bas | 2016
Jan adriaans
Stay
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:24 | Pays-Bas | 2016

In a car workshop type space, between the pristine surfaces of car parts, archetypes of mass production, a construction of power is unfolding between a Dobermann Pinscher and its owner. A Dobermann is a special breed, it’s gracious, loyal, and potentially aggressive to strangers. It needs severe training. Both the owner’s and the dog’s consciousness are formed within this relationship. By the obedient appearance of the dog, it seems to concede to the rules it’s been given. But by knowing the rules it starts to gain power itself. The impression the video gives moves between floating through an abattoir where fresh slaughtered livestock is vertically stored and moved around in this almost perfectly hidden horror of death, and a peek into a shop window, where commodities are on display, waiting for a buyer in their best possible appearance. Starting from Wilfrid Sellars theory on the self: If the abattoir represents our scientific self; our matter, our genetic material, our flesh and bones without moral or ethics. In the image of the shop window our manifest self is reflected, a self constructed in a social context, a world of abstractions, of language and reasoning.

Jan Adriaans graduated from the Dutch Art Institute in 2015. His video-works explore human selfhood in its evolutionary context. By drawing a parallel with the animal, the set of constraints we are subjected to become more apparent. If we take these constraints into account, how can we redefine human agency, will, and control? “Selfhood is tyrannical precisely insofar as it is merely a congerie of drives. The act supplants the tyranny of the impulsive self with the rule of the subject. But it is the act itself that is subject. It is no-one’s.” Ray Brassier

Simon aeppli
Catalogue : 2007secondhand daylight | Fiction expérimentale | dv | couleur | 8:45 | Irlande | Royaume-Uni | 2007
Simon aeppli
secondhand daylight
Fiction expérimentale | dv | couleur | 8:45 | Irlande | Royaume-Uni | 2007

Tenir des albums a été une activité très importante dans mon métier de cinéaste au cours des dix dernières années. Ces livres sont composés de photographies, d'images trouvées et photocopiées, de fragments rédigés, de citations, de lettres, de listes et de mes propres récits de fiction. "Secondhand daylight" est la première vidéo d'une série qui utilise mes albums comme point de départ d'un travail d'images mouvantes. La vidéo elle-même devient une sorte d'album au fur et à mesure que j'entrelace les métrages collectionnés au fil des années avec des images provenant des livres. "Secondhand daylight" est un récit expérimental qui explore les lieux, la mémoire et l'obsession.


Simon est né à Belfast, en Irlande du Nord, en 1972 et habite désormais à Londres. Il a étudié le cinéma au Gwent College of Higher Education au Pays de Galles de 1991 à 1993 et a ensuite obtenu un Bachelor of Fine Arts à l'University of Wales Institute à Cardiff, qu'il a fréquenté entre 1995 et 1997. Depuis qu'il est diplômé, il a surtout travaillé dans l'univers de la vidéo digitale, et ses travaux ont été présentés lors de festivals et d'événements artistiques au Royaume-Uni et à l'étranger. Récemment, son travail s'est orienté vers le genre documentaire et a été présenté par des chaînes britanniques telles que ITV, FIVE et Current TV. Il travaille également à temps partiel en tant que conférencier sur les Médias Interactifs au Bernie Grant Arts Centre et enseigne au Documentary Filmmakers Group sur leurs cours en Pologne, au Maroc et à Londres.

Marie aerts
Catalogue : 2013Grâce | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 4:40 | France | 2013
Marie aerts
Grâce
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 4:40 | France | 2013

Le travail de Marie Aerts questionne les notions de pouvoir et d?organisation sociale qui régissent les sociétés humaines. Traversée par des héritages philosophiques, tel le concept du Corps Sans Organes de Gilles Deleuze et Felix Guattari, ses recherches débutent notamment par la création d`un personnage iconoclaste : l`Homme sans tête. Inspiré par l?atmosphère des quartiers d?affaires de la City à Londres, la figure de l?Homme sans tête est la représentation d?un être humain générique. Sans passé ni avenir, ce corps apparaît vide de désir, d?ambition, d?amour? Présent dans de nombreuses ?uvres, ce personnage reflète les interrogations et les problématiques de l?individu et d?une communauté face à l?opacité des pouvoirs qui cimente le corps social. La vidéo Grâce aborde la thématique de la migration. Il s?agit pour l?artiste de rendre hommage à ces êtres humains, en quête d?une vie meilleure, qui traversent au péril de leur vie des frontières surveillées et protégées. Alors que la circulation des marchandises relève de l?évidence, cette bénédiction n?est pas accordée à toute l?humanité. Grâce, comme une demande de faveur pour ces conquérants ignorés qui s?efforcent, pour ne pas perdre leur dignité, de gagner leur liberté. Marie Aerts et Marianne Feder


Marie Aerts (1984), vit et travaille à Paris. Le travail de Marie Aerts questionne les notions de pouvoir et d?organisation sociale qui régissent les sociétés humaines. La jeune artiste française interroge les méthodes de légitimations d?un pouvoir, ou d?une forme de domination et les rapports que celles-ci entretiennent avec la croyance. Elle explore les interstices d?un pouvoir, là où les symboles s?installent et déploient leur capacité de fascination. À travers diverses stratégies d`altération, Marie Aerts s`attaque à ces concentrés de représentations, à l`aide d?opérations de soustraction et de transformation qui lui sont chères. En 2013, elle a été présentée dans les expositions collectives, Aqua Vitalis, commissariat Claire Tangy et Paul Ardenne de l?Artothèque de Caen et Égarements, commissariat Agnès Barruol et Véronique Baton au Château d?Avignon (Arles). La galerie Dix9 lui consacre une deuxième exposition personnelle jusqu?au 22 février 2014. Elle prépare plusieurs expositions, dont une résidence dans l?espace projet de l?Artothèque de Caen prévue en 2015.

aes+f
Catalogue : 2016Inverso Mundus | Vidéo | 4k | couleur | 38:0 | Russie | 2015
aes+f
Inverso Mundus
Vidéo | 4k | couleur | 38:0 | Russie | 2015

Engravings in the genre of "World Upside Down", known since the 16th century, depict such scenes as a pig gutting the butcher, a child punishing his teacher, a man carrying a donkey on his back, man and woman exchanging roles and dress, and a beggar in rags magnanimously bestowing alms on a rich man. These engravings contain demons, chimeras, fish flying through the sky and death itself, variously with a scythe or in the mask of a plague doctor. The title of the work, Inverso – both an Italian "reverse, the opposite" and the Old Italian "poetry," and Mundus – the Latin "world," hints at a reinterpretation of reality, a poetic vision. In our interpretation, the absurdist scenes from the medieval carnival appear as episodes of contemporary life in a multichannel video installation. Characters act out scenes of absurd social utopias and exchange masks, morphing from beggars to rich men, from policemen to thieves. Metrosexual street-cleaners are showering the city with refuse. Female inquisitors torture men on IKEA-style structures. Children and seniors are fighting in a kickboxing match. Inverso Mundus is a world where chimeras are pets and the Apocalypse is entertainment.

AES+F achieved worldwide recognition and acclaim in the Russian Pavilion at the 52nd Biennale di Venezia in 2007 with their provocative, other-worldly Last Riot (2007), the first in a trio of large-scale, multichannel video installations of striking originality that have come to define both the AES+F aesthetic and the cutting edge of the medium’s capacities. The second of the series, The Feast of Trimalchio (2009), appeared in Venice in 2009, and the third, Allegoria Sacra (2011), debuted at the 4th Moscow Biennale in 2011. United as The Liminal Space Trilogy, this tour-de-force series was premiered in September 2012 at the Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, and the Moscow Manege, the central exhibition hall of the artists’ home city. The Trilogy was shown in the Museum of Fine Arts in La Chaux-De-Fonds, Switzerland (June’September 2014). Most recently all three videos were shown at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY (June-September 2015). In 2015 AES+F presented the new project Inverso Mundus at 56th Biennale di Venezia. AES+F received Sergey Kuryokhin Award 2011, the main award of the Kandinsky Prize 2012, the main award of the NordArt Festival 2014, and Pino Pascali Prize 2015 (18th Edition) ‘ all for the project Allegoria Sacra. AES+F were awarded Bronze Medal (2005) and Golden Medal (2013) of Russian National Academy of Fine Arts. AES Group was originally formed in 1987 by the conceptual architects Tatiana Arzamasova and Lev Evzovich and the multidisciplinary designer Evgeny Svyatsky. Exhibiting abroad from 1989, the group expanded its personnel and name with the addition of the photographer Vladimir Fridkes in 1995. AES+F’s recent work has developed at the intersection of photography, video and digital technologies, although it is nurtured by a persistent interest in more traditional media ‘ sculpture especially, but also painting, drawing and architecture. Deploying a sophisticated, poetic dialogue among these media, and plumbing the depths of art history and other cultural canons, AES+F’s grand visual narratives explore the values, vices and conflicts of contemporary culture in the global sphere.

Reza afisina
Catalogue : 2006What | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 10:40 | Indonésie | 2001
Reza afisina
What
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 10:40 | Indonésie | 2001

Dans sa performance vidéo Reza Afisina utilise son propre corps en tant que métaphore d'un individu qui se pose des questions sur les pêchés avant d'avoir reçu un certain enseignement religieux. Il transforme son propre corps en objet, ou en un emplacement sur lequel exécuter une punition pour une mauvaise action qu'il a commise alors qu'il était seil. Il veille à remplacer le Dieu par le punisseur.


Yalda afsah
Catalogue : 2018Tourneur | Film expérimental | mov | couleur | 14:25 | Allemagne | 2018
Yalda afsah
Tourneur
Film expérimental | mov | couleur | 14:25 | Allemagne | 2018

The short movie Tourneur documents a bull fight in the South of France and comments in a subtle manner the disparity between the young, adrenaline rushed participants and the physically superior bull, which gets cornered by the participants. The unpredictability of the situation is increased by foam, which affects the view of the participants and the audience therefore, the encounter of humans and animal seem like an alienation in this abstract landscape of foam.

Growing up in Berlin, Yalda Afsah studied at the University of Arts Berlin, Burg Giebichenstein College of Art in Halle, and the California Institute of the Arts. She has received several awards and scholarships for her artistic work. In 2018 she received the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff scholarship and participates in the BPA // Berlin Program for Artist. She lives and works in Berlin.

Marcos agudelo, róger gómez
Catalogue : 2017Fata Morgana | Animation | hdv | noir et blanc | 0:57 | Nicaragua | 2017
Marcos agudelo , róger gómez
Fata Morgana
Animation | hdv | noir et blanc | 0:57 | Nicaragua | 2017

“Fata Morgana” is a critical vision of a mega-project of infrastructure, an interoceanic channel crossing the entire country that is going to be built in Nicaragua by the transnational Chinese enterprise HKND. The negative impact over the local population and the environment represents a real danger for their sustainability. Thousands of citizens from the affected areas have protested against this project, which was approved without their consideration. “Fata Morgana” is an optical illusion where one perceives objects floating on the horizon, such as cars on a highway or ships at sea; we´re playing with such symbols in this drawn stop motion animation.

Marcos lives and survives in Managua, Nicaragua. He trained as an architected at the National Engineering University in Managua (1995-1999) and later specialized in the field in Barcelona with an emphasis on urban planning and sustainable tropical architecture (2005-2009). In 2006 he won the II Exhibit of Emerging Art in Central America organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in San José, Costa Rica and in 2008 he won first place at the VI Central American Visual Art Biennial. His pieces have been exhibited in the Latin American Pavilion at the Arsenale during the 55th International Art Exhibition in Venice, Italy (2013), the García Lorca Great Theatre of Havana during the 11th Havana Biennial (2012), New York?s Museo del Barrio as part of the ?The Street Files? exhibit (2011), Santo Domingo?s Museum of Modern Art during the I Caribbean International Triennial (2010), in two editions of the Central American Contemporary Art Biennial (Tegucigalpa 2008 and Managua 2010) as well as in several editions of the Nicaraguan Visual Art Biennial Fundación Ortèz-Gurdión (2005, 2007 and 2009), with mentions in 2007 and 2009. He has appeared in magazines like Exit-Express (Spain), Código (México) and ArtNexus (Colombia) and in anthologies like Us and Them, Young Ibero-American Artists (2010).

Sandro aguilar
Catalogue : 2012Sinais de Serenidade por coisas sem sentido | Fiction | hdv | couleur | 28:0 | Portugal | 2012
Sandro aguilar
Sinais de Serenidade por coisas sem sentido
Fiction | hdv | couleur | 28:0 | Portugal | 2012

"Signs Of Stillness Out Of Meaningless Things" Sandro Aguilar Une comptine : « Quand les braises où les étincelles du feu atteignent la marmite d?eau, cela signifie qu?il vente... » Et toujours ce climat mystérieux qui hante toute l?oeuvre de Sandro Aguilar.


Sandro Aguilar (1974, Portugal) studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria. His first fiction feature film was Uprise (2008). Aguilar's short films have won awards at festivals such as La Biennale di Venezia, Locarno and Vila do Conde. Mercury (2010) is in competition for the Tiger Awards for Short Films at the IFFR 2011.

Sandro aguilar
Catalogue : 2013Dive : approach and exit | | | | 12:13 | Portugal | 0
Sandro aguilar
Dive : approach and exit
| | | 12:13 | Portugal | 0

Before the assault, feel the weight of the body.

Born in 1974 in Portugal, Sandro Aguilar studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria. His films have won awards at festivals, such as La Biennale di Venezia, Gijón, Oberhausen and Vila do Conde, and have been shown in Torino, Belfort, Montreal, Clermont-Ferrand among others. Retrospectives of his work have been programmed at Rotterdam IFF and BAFICI.

Catalogue : 2010VOODOO | Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 30:0 | Portugal | 2010
Sandro aguilar
VOODOO
Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 30:0 | Portugal | 2010

All sympathetic magic is based upon two principles: the first called the Law of Similarity says that likes produce likes, or that an effect resembles its cause; the second, called the law of contagion or contact says that all things having been in contact with each other continue to react upon one and another at a distance even after they have been severed or disconnected. A fearful man meets a disquiet woman. Do you believe in magic?

Born in 1974 in Portugal, Sandro Aguilar studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria, which has been since then one of the most prominent Portuguese production structures, recognized by the long list of films, produced within its tutelage, that are selected and awarded at the most prestigious internacional film festivals. The short films directed by Sandro Aguilar have won awards at festivals, such as La Biennale di Venezia, Locarno, Vila do Conde, and have been shown in Rotterdam, Belfort, Montreal, Clermont-Ferrand among others. He has also directed a feature film in 2008, entitled A ZONA.

Catalogue : 2014FALSE TWINS | Fiction | hdv | couleur | 21:0 | Portugal | 2014
Sandro aguilar
FALSE TWINS
Fiction | hdv | couleur | 21:0 | Portugal | 2014

Hidden memories and lost treasures of our primeval inhabitants.

Born in 1974 in Portugal, Sandro Aguilar studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria. His films have won awards at festivals, such as La Biennale di Venezia, Gijón, Oberhausen and Vila do Conde, and have been shown in Torino, Belfort, Montreal, Clermont-Ferrand among others. Retrospectives of his work have been programmed at Rotterdam IFF and BAFICI.

Sandro aguilar
Catalogue : 2015Bunker | Fiction | hdv | noir et blanc | 30:17 | Portugal | 2015
Sandro aguilar
Bunker
Fiction | hdv | noir et blanc | 30:17 | Portugal | 2015

A young girl spending time with her parents (a swinger couple) in a camping site meets an emotionally unstable recruit and becomes fascinated by his special powers. He falls in love with her, but he soon finds out his love is unrequited.

Born in 1974 in Portugal, Sandro Aguilar studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria. His films have won awards at festivals, such as La Biennale di Venezia, Gijón, Oberhausen and Vila do Conde, and have been shown in Torino, Belfort, Montreal, Clermont-Ferrand among others. Retrospectives of his work have been programmed at Rotterdam IFF and BAFICI.

Sandro aguilar
Catalogue : 2018Mariphasa | Fiction | 4k | couleur | 87:0 | Portugal | 2018
Sandro aguilar
Mariphasa
Fiction | 4k | couleur | 87:0 | Portugal | 2018

Paulo works as a night guard in a building site. He lost his daughter in dramatic circumstances and no regret would ever give him a sense of closure . He often sleeps in his lover`s house where he witnesses the repeated transgressions of an unstable neighbor. Everything threatens to crack.

Born in 1974 in Portugal, Sandro Aguilar studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, in Lisbon. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria. His first fiction feature film was UPRISE (2008). MERCURY (2010) was in competition for the Tiger Awards for Short Films at IFFR 2011. His films have won awards at festivals, such as La Biennale di Venezia, Gijón, Oberhausen and Vila do Conde, and have been screened in Torino, Belfort, Montreal, Clermont-Ferrand among others. Besides being a director, Aquilar is an editor and a producer. MARIPHASA is his second feature film.

Catalogue : 2016Undisclosed Recipients | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 25:0 | Portugal | 2015
Sandro aguilar
Undisclosed Recipients
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 25:0 | Portugal | 2015

Avant et après ce second baiser.


Born in 1974 in Portugal, Sandro Aguilar studied film at the Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema. In 1998 he founded the production company O Som e a Fúria. His films have won awards at festivals, such as La Biennale di Venezia, Gijón, Oberhausen and Vila do Conde, and have been shown in Torino, Belfort, Montreal, Clermont-Ferrand among others. Retrospectives of his work have been programmed at Rotterdam IFF and BAFICI.