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Paribartana mohanty
Catalogue : 2015Notes on detour and Potentiality | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 4:14 | Inde | 2015
Paribartana mohanty
Notes on detour and Potentiality
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 4:14 | Inde | 2015

Walking towards the commemorative obelisk, the memorial of establishing Delhi as capital of British India, We trace passed the land exactly 101 year after the coronation celebrated there. Nostalgic about the moment in history simultaneously relaxed due to its ruined state, all of our cameras started shooting the actor, unknown character and new encounters. The documented images showed intense moments of repetition and reappearances, where we expose cameras to ourselves in different position, composition and perspective. The video plays with the idea of echo in repeated intervention, engagement and performative ordinary gestures. The cinematic time in loop becomes a still image of walking, looking and hearing as rehearsing, acting bodies and a resurrected site.

SOLO EXHIBITION 2012 Kino is the Name of a Forest, Solo Exhibition, Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India EXHIBITIONS 2015 Kochi Biennale Foundation Young Curatorial Award-Fellowship 2016/2017 on the KBF Student’s Biennale. 2015 BLAST! ASIA NOW, Stand SP1, Espace Pierre Cardin, 1 Avenue Gabriel, 75008 Paris. 2015 59th BFI London Film Festival, curated by William Fowler London, United Kingdom. 2015 Rendez-vous Singapour Exposition, Institute of Contemporary Art Singapore. 2015 Undivided Mind Part- ii, Art + Science Exhibition, Curated by Lieah Smith, KHOJ international Artist Association, New Delhi, India 2015 Forever Now, Curated by Willoh S. Weiland, Brian Ritche, Thea Baumann and Jeff Khan, Aphids Epic Contemporary Project, Mofo, Hobart 2014 TokyoStory Part- ii, Tokyo Wonder Site, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan 2014 Field Trip Project, Curated by Daisuke Takeya, Tokyo, Japan 2014 Insert- Common Ground Curated by Raqs Media Collective, IGNCA, New Delhi India 2013 Rendez-vous 13, Institute of Contemporary Art Lyon, Lyon, France 2013 Ideas of the Sublime curated by Gayatri Sinha, Rabindra Bhawan, New Delhi, India 2012 Sarai Reader 09: Exhibition, Curated by Raqs Media Collective, Devi Art Foundation, Gurgaon, India 2012 Video Wednesday II, Curated by Gayatri Sinha, Gallery Espace, New Delhi 2012 Broadening the Canvas: Contemporary Visual Culture of Alternate Sexuality, Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Part of Kolkata Rainbow Pride Festival, Kolkata 2012 In Other Words, Sarai-CSDS, New Delhi 2011 Regards Croisés: A Selection of Asian Contemporary Art, Art Plural Gallery, Singapore 2011 Collective Metamorphosis, Curated by Kapil Chopra, Nature Morte, New Delhi 2011 To be continued… The FICA Group Show, Curated by Bhooma Padmanabhan, Volte Gallery, Mumbai 2011 Hong Kong Art Fair, works presented by Nature Morte 2011 Outset Inaugural Exhibition, co-ordinated by Peter Nagy and organized by Feroze Gujral, New Delhi 2010 Drifiting Still, Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Art Konsult, New Delhi 2010 ARTIST + NATURE = ART The Sandarbh Workshop and residency. The Lahori Forest, Dadra Nagar & Hawali (UT) India 2010 Present is Now, Curated by Peter Nagy, Bestcollegeart.com 2010 City as Studio: EXB 10.04, Sarai, CSDS, New Delhi. 2010 City as Studio: EXB 10.01, curated by Iram Ghufran and Amitabh Kumar as part of ‘Ten Years of Sarai’, Sarai, CSDS, New Delhi (Feb 15 – March 10) 2010 Renewed Intensity, Curated by Jagannath Panda, B K College of Art, Bhubaneswar 2010 Drifters, Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Gallery Beyond, Mumbai (as part of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, February) 2009 Drifters, Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Art Konsult, New Delhi (18 Dec – 10th Jan) 2009 Fantasy, Curated by Sunil Gupta and Gautam Bhan, Nigah Queer Festival, Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi. AWARDS / RESIDENCIES 2015 Kochi Biennale Foundation Young Curatorial Award- 16-month Fellowship 2016/2017 on the KBF Student’s Biennale. 2015 T.A.J. RESIDENCY & SKE PROJECTS, Bangalore, India 2015 Undivided Mind- Part II, Art + Science One Month Residency at KHOJ, KHOJ International Artist Association, New Delhi, India. 2014 Writing Intensive, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Noida, New Delhi 2014 International Creator Residency Program 2013, Tokyo Wander Site, Tokyo, Japan 2013 An Anatomy and Politics of Video Art, A workshop by Marcel Odenbach, Kolkata, India 2011 Three-months residency hosted by Stadt galerie, Bern (Switzerland) in collaboration with Pro Helvetia (Swiss Arts Council) and FICA 2010 Sandarbh Artists Residency, Dadra Nagar and Havelli 2010 EMERGING ARTIST AWARD, Foundation of Indian Contemporary Art (FICA), New Delhi 2010 Awarded ‘the City as Studio’ – Sarai-CSDS Media Lab Associate Fellowship for Contemporary Art and Media Practices and Residency

Thomas mohr
Catalogue : 2016Impact-9.2 | Vidéo | hdv | couleur et n&b | 10:44 | Pays-Bas | 2016
Thomas mohr
Impact-9.2
Vidéo | hdv | couleur et n&b | 10:44 | Pays-Bas | 2016

After a moment of brightness, a memory unit containing 59.049 images is explored from the totality to its individual images, creating connections on various levels in various directions in a shifting dynamic system. Beginning with a sudden and rough recall of memories the information merges with increasing compression in several cycles and repetitive feedback to transform in an almost ad infinitum expanding time space topology of intense subtlety. The visual composition is inverted and disrupted several times by visual blanks of bright white. The original images were taken handheld in 2002/3 when the experience of 9/11 still was present. The composition is made frame by frame using “contact sheets” (6, 5 fps). The integration of the outdated format SD in the more contemporary HD leaves empty space in the memory levels and in the processing levels. The memory unit used in this video is the second out of nine units, which will become one total memory at a later stage covering 30 years from 1985 to 2015. The music composed by Michael Bonaventure (organ sounds) and René Baptist Huysmans (electronic sounds) is inspired by the poem “The Comet at Yalbury” by Thomas Hardy ?

Born in Mainz, Living and working in Amsterdam. Since the late 1980ties systematically exploring processes of perception and experience in installations and "films" referring inter alia to conceptual and minimal art, to the history of early cinematography , the transformation of information, the evolution of (new) media. Working with computer-generated processes combined with manual execution based on a growing photo archive containing at this moment more then 500000 pictures taken from 1985 regarding important moments of modern history as to major and minor personal events.

Maria mohr
Catalogue : 2006Cousin cousine | Doc. expérimental | super8 | couleur et n&b | 19:32 | Allemagne | 2005
Maria mohr
Cousin cousine
Doc. expérimental | super8 | couleur et n&b | 19:32 | Allemagne | 2005

Cousin et cousine, un espace sans paroles. Une voix au piano. Au bout des doigts, le sens. Un pont, trop haut. Cousin Cousine est un film personnel entre témoignage et poésie. Sur un amour impossible.


Maria Mohr est née en 1974 à Mainz, en Rhénanie. Elle a étudié le français et l'architecture à Paris et à Darmstadt. Depuis 1998 Maria Mohr vit à Berlin. Elle a contribué à divers projets indépendants de théâtre et de danse et a travaillé en parallèle dans le domaine du cinéma, de la vidéo et de la photographie. De 2002 à 2005 elle étudie le film expérimental à l'université des arts de Berlin. Son film de fin d'études "Cousin Cousine" est présenté depuis dans des festivals nationaux et internationaux et a remporté de nombreux prix, dont le prix du court-métrage allemand en 2005. Actuellement Maria Mohr travaille sur un film documentaire long.

Thomas mohr
Catalogue : 2015Zu Hanne Darboven | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:27 | Pays-Bas | 2014
Thomas mohr
Zu Hanne Darboven
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:27 | Pays-Bas | 2014

Is it possible to understand the work of the artist and composer Hanne Darboven (1941 - 2009) famous for her large scale installation containing thousands of drawings and notes? The project Zu / On Hanne Darboven is an exploration of herless known music  in relation to her  visual oeuvre. Abschliessend (In conclusion) is based on 1853 pictures handheld taken- as meticolous as possible - very close to the details of the works in the last space of the exhibition “The order of time and things. The home studio of Hanne Darboven” organised by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and the Deichtorhallen Hamburg - Sammlung Falckenberg in collaboration with the Hanne Darboven. The music is the last part of Hanne Darbovens Requiem recorded in eleven volumes. The pictures are processed in still compositions frame by frame in a series of cycles increasingly compressing the original information.

Living and working in Amsterdam. Since the late 1980ties systematically exploring processes of perception and experience in installations and "films" referring inter alia to conceptual and minimal art, to the history of early cinematography , the transformation of information, the evolution of (new) media. Working with computer-generated processes combined with manual execution based on a growing photo archive containing at this moment more then 500000 pictures regarding major and minor personal and historic events. Main themes recently the reverberation of historic incidents and and the intertwined relations of culture. Thomas Mohr’s particular way of composing films since 2008 begins with smallest elements - taking single images. This material is processed in repetitive steps to higly compressed structures where the visual properties are almost dissolved. Since 2010 works specifically related to the body of work of Hanne Darboven. Now working on constructing an episodic memory covering the information of 30 years (1985-2015).

Ahmed mohsen mansour
Catalogue : 2016No Time for Video | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 2:40 | Egypte | 2016
Ahmed mohsen mansour
No Time for Video
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 2:40 | Egypte | 2016

Time is the main determinant of the events, a dimension that defines the place of an object in the vast space More specific manner rather than relying on the three main dimensions (length - width - height) where you can not any event in the universe characterization without the addition of a fourth dimension. Thus, the movement of objects may be a relative change with time, and the concept of time is no longer a constant.

Ahmed Mohsen Mansour. Visual Artist born in October 1987, lives between Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Graduated from Faculty of Applied Arts- Advertising department, Recently I preparing MFA degree in Faculty of Fine arts – Graphic department- entitled “Installation Art as an Access to the Three Dimensional Ads Design”. Participated in several exhibitions and workshops in the fields of video, photography and animation in Cairo, Alexandria, London, Italy, Germany, France,Slovakia,Spain, Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Had a three experiments in the theatre field where I worked as an actor and assistant director in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “The Ghosts," They are two theatre shows produced by “Woshosh” theatre group, also worked as a scenographer in “Inside the Mirror," another play produced by the same group.

María molina peirÓ
Catalogue : 2018One Year Life Strata | Installation vidéo | hdv | couleur | 0:0 | Espagne | 0 | 2018
María molina peirÓ
One Year Life Strata
Installation vidéo | hdv | couleur | 0:0 | Espagne | 0 | 2018

During one year María Molina Peiró carried a wearable camera taking a photo every 30 seconds. The enormous collection of photos collected by the camera are shown in an online archive that instead of "remembering" creates a creative forgetting of the vast photo archive. One Year Life Strata proposes a visual metaphor of forgetting by transforming the digital images into what is likely the ultimate memory trace that will remain from us: The geological record. The project, in a sort of digital geology, mines the data from the strata and invite viewers to investigate one year of Maria Molina's life through an AI vision system, not concerned about personal memories but the collection of patterns and numbers they contain. In a society obsessed with recollection, data and monitoring One Year Life Strata addresses the disturbing territory of forgetting. Today that we have the tools to remember and archive almost everything, forgetting has become a term very close to death raising very similar fears. One Year Life Strata wants to overcome this fear and embrace forgetting in a game of time scales, where the speed of Digital Time is buried into a time difficult for us to grasp, the slow Deep Time.

María Molina is an audio-visual artist and filmmaker with a background in fine arts. She works in an open format mixing film, digital media and experimental animation. María Molina´s films and art works have been showcased in international museums like Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), EYE Film Museum (Amsterdam), MACBA (Museum of Modern Art Barcelona), Hong-Gah Museum (Taipei), Centre de Cultura Contemporània Barcelona (CCCB), MATADERO (Madrid) or Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina (Serbia) among others. Her works has been featured in festivals like Rotterdam Film Festival, Art Futura (Barcelona), Taiwan Video Art Biennial, MADATAC (Madrid), VISS (Vienna International Film Festival) or Forecast Forum (Berlin). In her work she explores the increasingly blurred boundaries between material and digital realities. She is particularly interested in the convergences between different memory systems (from Geology to Digital Memory) and how the ubiquity and pervasive nature of Digital Technology is reframing our spatial and temporal perspective. Her films and installations often use metafiction, postproduction and geo-tools to unfold layered realities that connect humans, technology and nature. Her current research focuses on humanity's constant struggle with its temporal and spatial limitations, and how this struggle has driven civilisation and technology to change our relation with nature, time and our understanding of life itself.

Mercedes molla marfil
Catalogue : 2009Normal envy | Vidéo | dv | couleur | 1:8 | Belgique | 2009
Mercedes molla marfil
Normal envy
Vidéo | dv | couleur | 1:8 | Belgique | 2009

I am in a supermarket. Instead of buying the products I need, I buy that ones that the others want. Does a product taste better when is desired by the others? A supermarket is a very common place in our daily life which represents well today`s capitalist system. Through my action I attempt to confront the idea of consumer choice and desire. Transcending the comic or quirky, the video promotes the possibility of a critical engagement with consumer values and cultural behaviour. It has without being propangandist a political agenda.

Mercedes Mollá (b. 1980, Valencia) received a Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Arts at Chelsea College of Art and Designed, University of the Arts in London. Studied her BA at Facultad de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in Valencia .With the Erasmus scholarship she studied six months at Winchester School of Art,UK. Recent solo exhibitions include Matuvu gallery, Brussels, Art Below, London; Imprevisual gallery, Valencia. Group exhibitions include Canvas Collectie , gallery on line ,Belgium; Really London?s gallery; Galeria de arte Kessler-Battaglia, Valencia. Mercedes is currently based in Brussels.

Christine molloy, joe lawlor
Catalogue : 2005Moore Street | Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 5:35 | Irlande | 2004
Christine molloy , joe lawlor
Moore Street
Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 5:35 | Irlande | 2004

Moore Street est un unique travelling filmé à Moore Street en Ireland. Le film est en swahili et en anglais. Pendant cinq minutes, nous suivons les pensées d'une jeune africaine en Irlande, songeant à son passé, son avenir et le sentiment d'identité qui se révèle à elle tandis qu'elle longe la rue dans la nuit. D'une part, Moore Street revient sur rue emblématique de Dublin à un moment charnière de son renouveau officiel de développement, où déjà les espoirs et les rêves des nouvelles communautés refondent la ville à l'image de leur chez-eux. D'autre part, il s'agit d'une lettre d'amour chuchotée à un amant absent au c?ur de la nuit.


Christine Molloy et Joe Lawlor sont tous deux originaires de Dublin (Irlande). Ils sont actuellement basés à Londres où ils réalisent des ?uvres filmiques et vidéo pour le cinéma, Internet, sites et galeries. Moore Street est issu d'une série de sept cours métrages en 35mm tournés par Molloy et Lawlor sous le titre Civic Life qui ont contribué à l'entrée de l'Irlande dans la Biennale de Sao Paulo en 2004.

Catalogue : 2011Civic Life: Tiong Bahru | Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 19:55 | Irlande | Singapour | 0
Christine molloy , joe lawlor
Civic Life: Tiong Bahru
Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 19:55 | Irlande | Singapour | 0

TIONG BAHRU follows the lives of three characters of very different ages over the course of a day as they reveal to their families and friends their hopes and desires. Lyrical and musical in its style, the film is a sensitive portrait of 3 people caught at a crossroads in their lives and the extraordinary place in which they live. TIONG BAHRU is the latest and most ambitious film in CIVIC LIFE, the acclaimed series of short films by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, through which over the last 8 years the artists have explored the themes of belonging, place, change and relationships. The films are developed through an extensive process of dialogues with communities and are made with casts of volunteers drawn from the areas in which they are filmed. Featuring 150 volunteers, many of whom had never acted before, TIONG BAHRU was shot on 35mm in the market and hawker centre of the art deco heritage estate of Tiong Bahru in Singapore in June 2010. ?TIONG BAHRU is the touchstone of (Molloy and Lawlor?s) work?restrained and lavish, formally audacious and sentimental? (Sight & Sound)

Born in Dublin, Ireland Christine Molloy (b 1965) and Joe Lawlor (b 1963) studied theatre in the UK in the late 80s. From 1992 to 1999 they devised, directed and performed in six internationally acclaimed touring theatre shows before shifting their attention towards moving image based work. Between 2000 and 2003 they directed a number of episodic, interactive works for the internet, and large-scale community video projects for galleries. Since 2003 Molloy and Lawlor have produced, written and directed 10 acclaimed short films, under the title CIVIC LIFE. All shot on 35mm, the CIVIC LIFE films have screened extensively around the world including screenings at the Telluride Film Festival, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, the Sydney Film Festival and IndieLisboa. HELEN, their acclaimed debut feature film, premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2008 before screening at over 50 film festivals worldwide. TIONG BAHRU is the latest film in the CIVIC LIFE series.

Christine molloy, christine molloy
Catalogue : 2005Moore Street | Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 5:35 | Irlande | 2004
Christine molloy , christine molloy
Moore Street
Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 5:35 | Irlande | 2004

Moore Street est un unique travelling filmé à Moore Street en Ireland. Le film est en swahili et en anglais. Pendant cinq minutes, nous suivons les pensées d'une jeune africaine en Irlande, songeant à son passé, son avenir et le sentiment d'identité qui se révèle à elle tandis qu'elle longe la rue dans la nuit. D'une part, Moore Street revient sur rue emblématique de Dublin à un moment charnière de son renouveau officiel de développement, où déjà les espoirs et les rêves des nouvelles communautés refondent la ville à l'image de leur chez-eux. D'autre part, il s'agit d'une lettre d'amour chuchotée à un amant absent au c?ur de la nuit.


Christine Molloy et Joe Lawlor sont tous deux originaires de Dublin (Irlande). Ils sont actuellement basés à Londres où ils réalisent des ?uvres filmiques et vidéo pour le cinéma, Internet, sites et galeries. Moore Street est issu d'une série de sept cours métrages en 35mm tournés par Molloy et Lawlor sous le titre Civic Life qui ont contribué à l'entrée de l'Irlande dans la Biennale de Sao Paulo en 2004.

Catalogue : 2011Civic Life: Tiong Bahru | Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 19:55 | Irlande | Singapour | 0
Christine molloy , christine molloy
Civic Life: Tiong Bahru
Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 19:55 | Irlande | Singapour | 0

TIONG BAHRU follows the lives of three characters of very different ages over the course of a day as they reveal to their families and friends their hopes and desires. Lyrical and musical in its style, the film is a sensitive portrait of 3 people caught at a crossroads in their lives and the extraordinary place in which they live. TIONG BAHRU is the latest and most ambitious film in CIVIC LIFE, the acclaimed series of short films by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, through which over the last 8 years the artists have explored the themes of belonging, place, change and relationships. The films are developed through an extensive process of dialogues with communities and are made with casts of volunteers drawn from the areas in which they are filmed. Featuring 150 volunteers, many of whom had never acted before, TIONG BAHRU was shot on 35mm in the market and hawker centre of the art deco heritage estate of Tiong Bahru in Singapore in June 2010. ?TIONG BAHRU is the touchstone of (Molloy and Lawlor?s) work?restrained and lavish, formally audacious and sentimental? (Sight & Sound)

Born in Dublin, Ireland Christine Molloy (b 1965) and Joe Lawlor (b 1963) studied theatre in the UK in the late 80s. From 1992 to 1999 they devised, directed and performed in six internationally acclaimed touring theatre shows before shifting their attention towards moving image based work. Between 2000 and 2003 they directed a number of episodic, interactive works for the internet, and large-scale community video projects for galleries. Since 2003 Molloy and Lawlor have produced, written and directed 10 acclaimed short films, under the title CIVIC LIFE. All shot on 35mm, the CIVIC LIFE films have screened extensively around the world including screenings at the Telluride Film Festival, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, the Sydney Film Festival and IndieLisboa. HELEN, their acclaimed debut feature film, premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June 2008 before screening at over 50 film festivals worldwide. TIONG BAHRU is the latest film in the CIVIC LIFE series.

Jonathan monaghan
Catalogue : 2013Rainbow Narcosis | Animation | hdv | couleur | 9:0 | USA | 2012
Jonathan monaghan
Rainbow Narcosis
Animation | hdv | couleur | 9:0 | USA | 2012

Rainbow Narcosis follows a headless lamb through hallucinatory and otherworldly environments. From the Palais Garnier in Paris, to a modernist loft, the film weaves a cryptic narrative of iconic subject matter relating to wealth and power. Like an alternate reality, elements from contemporary culture coexist with an antiquated past.

American artist Jonathan Monaghan (born 1986, New York) creates animated films that challenge the boundaries between the real, the imagined, and virtual. Pulling from wide-ranging sources such as science fiction and baroque architecture, he creates bizarre, yet compelling, environments and stories with the same high-end technology used by Hollywood and video games. Jonathan received his BFA from the New York Institute of Technology in 2008 and his MFA from the University of Maryland in 2011. His work has been exhibited worldwide in venues such as Bitforms Gallery, BFI Southbank London, The Hirshhorn Museum, and the Moving Image Art Fair. He has given lectures and workshops at the Glasgow School of Art, the University of Denver, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His work has been featured by the Washington Post, Metropolis M, The Huffington Post, TimeOut NY, the Colbert Report, ArtInfo and NYC TV. Monaghan is represented by Curator?s Office in Washington D.C

Catalogue : 2014Mothership | Animation | hdv | couleur | 14:42 | USA | 2013
Jonathan monaghan
Mothership
Animation | hdv | couleur | 14:42 | USA | 2013

Salvador Dali meets science fiction in a fantastical vision from an alternate reality. Cows, superheros, video games, luxury hotels, and operating rooms seamlessly meld in a surreal exploration of value and power in the digital era. Trapped in an endless loop of seductive but ultimately vacuous simulation where meanings don’t quite materialize.

American artist Jonathan Monaghan (born 1986, New York) creates sculpture and animated video installations that challenge the boundaries between the real, the imagined, and virtual. Pulling from wide-ranging sources such as science fiction and baroque architecture, he creates bizarre, yet compelling, virtual environments and stories with the same high-end technology used by Hollywood and video games. His work has been exhibited worldwide in venues such as Bitforms Gallery in New York, BFI Southbank in London, Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, The Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C., and the Moving Image Art Fair London. His work has been featured by The Washington Post, Metropolis M, The Huffington Post, TimeOut NY, The Wall Street Journal and NYC TV.

Catalogue : 2015Escape Pod | Animation | hdv | couleur | 18:0 | USA | 2015
Jonathan monaghan
Escape Pod
Animation | hdv | couleur | 18:0 | USA | 2015

Escape Pod is a seamlessly looping 20 minute computer animated film chronicling a golden deer through glossy environments of wealth, power, and authority. Composed of one continuous tracking shot, the journey imagines a new reality devoid of human bodies, left only with material desires and ambitions of power.

Artist Jonathan Monaghan (born 1986, New York) creates animated video installations that challenge the boundaries between the real, the imagined, and virtual. Pulling from wide-ranging sources such as science fiction and baroque architecture, he creates bizarre, yet compelling, narratives and imagery with the same high-end technology used by Hollywood and video games. His work has been exhibited widely, including venues such as: The Sundance Film Festival, The BFI Southbank in London, The Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C., and The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. His work has been featured by The Washington Post, VICE, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and The Village Voice.

Guillermo moncayo
Catalogue : 2014Echo Chamber | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 19:0 | Colombie | 2014
Guillermo moncayo
Echo Chamber
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 19:0 | Colombie | 2014

Résumé du film : Le long des voies ferrées délabrées d`un pays tropical, un poste radio diffuse en boucle une alerte climatologique : une catastrophe naturelle est imminente Intention : *Ce film est inspiré d’un phénomène historique concret, l’abandon progressif du système ferroviaire de la Colombie pendant la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle, lequel caractérise la relation complexe que ce pays a entretenu au fil du temps avec la notion de Modernité. Il est envisagé en quelque sorte comme un processus intime de déconstruction de la cartographie imagée de ce territoire, comme une réflexion portée vers la corrélation existante entre un paysage physique et sa représentation mentale. Véritable «travelling avant» sur les voies ferrées vétustes d’une mémoire collective, qui cherche à scruter de façon transversale, les conditions à partir desquelles l’individu contemporain construit les cadres de son expérience intérieure.


Guillermo Moncayo a fait des études de cinéma à Bogotá (Colombie) de 2003 à 2006. A partir de 2007, il étudie à l`École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix en Provence, de laquelle il est diplômé en 2012. Actuellement, il suit le cursus du Fresnoy-Studio National des arts contemporains. Son travail, qui se situe entre l’art vidéo, le film documentaire et la photographie, a été exposé dans de nombreuses manifestations en France et à l`étranger. Il explore la façon dont notre environnement géographique, qu`il soit aménagé ou non, agit sur notre comportement affectif. On y décèle régulièrement des questionnements sur les processus à partir desquels l`Homme contemporain construit les cadres de sa propre expérience.

Caroline monnet
Catalogue : 2012Gephyrophobia | Documentaire | 16mm | noir et blanc | 2:21 | Canada | 2012
Caroline monnet
Gephyrophobia
Documentaire | 16mm | noir et blanc | 2:21 | Canada | 2012

Gephyrophobia ? latin word for ?the fear of crossing bridges? - was shot in Ottawa/Gatineau, Canada. Inspired by pet architecture, a term coined by Japan?s Atelier Bow-Wow, and seeking to integrate the experience of the cinema into that of the city, the Situated Cinema references small buildings that have been squeezed into leftover urban spaces. The small cinema space, which can be demounted and which will travel to unorthodox locations across Canada, is intended to provide an alternative cinema-going experience: rather than constructing an immovable structure situated more or less permanently in the city, the Situated Cinema Project will construct a mobile micro-cinema that can be situated into various spaces, tapping into the flow and energies of the city. The cinema will screen a loop of five specially commissioned silent 16mm films from artists across the country.

Caroline Monnet is an award winning filmmaker and visual artist working in film/video, installation and printmaking. Her work has been exhibited extensively in film festivals and galleries, including the Toronto International Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand vidéoformes (France), Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery (Winnipeg), Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin), Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art (Winnipeg) and the Manguere Arts Centre (Auckland, NZ). Monnet is also part of ITWÉ, a trans-disciplinary art collective dedicated to the creation of Aboriginal digital culture. She works and lives in Montréal, Canada.

Caroline monnet
Catalogue : 2012Gephyrophobia | Film expérimental | 16mm | | 0:0 | Canada | 2012
Caroline monnet
Gephyrophobia
Film expérimental | 16mm | | 0:0 | Canada | 2012

La peur des ponts


Caroline Monnet est une artiste multidisciplinaire d`origine Algonquine et Française qui travaille principalement en film et vidéo, photographie et sérigraphie. Ses oeuvres ont été présentées dans plusieurs galleries et festivals autour du monde, notamment au Festival International de Toronto, Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art (Winnipeg),Plug In ICA, Cannes, Magere Arts Centre (NZ) et Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin). Monnet est membre active d`ITWÉ, un collectif dédié à la recherche, à la création et à la production des arts médiatiques autochtones.

Alex monteith
Catalogue : 2011Composition with RNZAF 3 Squadron Exercise Blackbird for three-channel video installation | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 15:16 | Nouvelle-Zélande | 2010
Alex monteith
Composition with RNZAF 3 Squadron Exercise Blackbird for three-channel video installation
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 15:16 | Nouvelle-Zélande | 2010

?onboard three grey Iroquis in military formation over Te WaiPpounamu?ridgetop alpine mists?tussock valley floors?radio communication... Award winning artist Alex Monteith collaborated with Royal New Zealand Air Force No.3 Squadron Leader Oliver Bint to compose a flight routine for three simultaneously flying RNZAF Iroquois helicopters. The action was performed during RNZAF Exercise Blackbird; a two weeklong search and rescue (SAR) training exercise based at Dip Flat at the northern section of the Southern Alps of New Zealand during the winter of 2010. Three helicopters fly maneuvers? in the line astern formation of banking turns in the Alpine areas of the isolated Leese Valley. Each helicopter was installed with identical rearward facing on-board HD cameras. The artworks key maneuver is a three helicopter simultaneous pedal-turn on a ridge-top; the only military maneuver of this kind ever developed specifically for an artwork. The video artwork contains no cuts. The audio is continuous intercom. dialogue between the radio operators at Dip Flat and the pilots in all three helicopters as they position and reposition to maintain the flight-plan.

Born Belfast, Northern Ireland (1977), Alex Monteith is an artist and academic based in Auckland New Zealand where she is a lecturer at the Elam School of Fine Arts, the University of Auckland. In 2008 she was awarded the Arts Foundation New Generation Awards, one of New Zealand?s most important bi-anneal awards for contemporary art and her video work Passing Maneuver 2008 was a finalist for the Walters Art Prize 2010. Her work is post-studio in orientation and often takes the form of performances, video art and large-scale actions with high-speed or high-risk cultures with radical sensitivities to geography.

Catalogue : 2015Cascade Cove in the Shadow of 150,000 Bones | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 13:0 | Nouvelle-Zélande | 2015
Alex monteith
Cascade Cove in the Shadow of 150,000 Bones
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 13:0 | Nouvelle-Zélande | 2015

SYNOPSIS Film essay recorded in Aotearoa / New Zealand`s Cascade Cove, Tamatea / Dusky Sound; one of the wettest places on earth. After he had sailed there for the first time in 1770, James Cook spent more than two months in Tamatea in Aotearoa on his second journey in 1773. Cascade Cove within Tamatea is also near to the sites of the earliest archeological digs of the lower fiords of Aotearoa. The Begg Brothers, then in the modern era, Peter Coutts, each made various archeological incursions looking for and removing both settler and Maori material culture from the area. This film compiles observations of the intensity of weather atmosphere as a physical expression of tension between elemental forces, as a way of approaching a contested past in which European research methods overran already existing Maori knowledge production about the area. This film is part of an ongoing series of work about this area of Aotearoa.

Alex Monteith Biography (1977-) born Belfast, Northern Ireland, resides Tamaki Makaurau, Aotearoa resides in Piha, Aotearoa Alex Monteith’s works often explore the political dimensions of culture engaged in turmoil over land ownership, history and occupation. The works traverse political movements, contemporary sports, culture and social activities. Projects often take place in large-scale or extreme geographies. Recent surfing related actions connect the museum directly to local geography through participatory performance projects.

Alex monteith
Catalogue : 2007Chapter and Verse | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 91:0 | Irlande | Nouvelle-Zélande | 2005
Alex monteith
Chapter and Verse
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 91:0 | Irlande | Nouvelle-Zélande | 2005

« Le documentaire expérimental hanté et hantant d'Alex Monteith nous invite à prendre en considération ses images de l'Irlande du Nord durant cette période transitoire, d'un point de vue des conflits. Certaines de ses images sont composées de beauté limpide et formelle, d'autres plus dans le style d'un journal télévisuelle avec une caméra à l'épaule, certaines en couleur, d'autres en noir et blanc mais la plupart n'ont un rapport qu'oblique avec les expressions élégantes de perspective personnelles et politiques entendu sur la bande son. Son approche contemplative et sans limites de représentation de la lutte historique est clairement influencé par Godard comme elle est la premiers à le faire savoir. Son infaillible sens du montage à utiliser la duré et l'interruption comme faire tressaillir un public déjà attentif. Pendant que nous écoutons un catalogue de morts, la caméra semble scruter les paysage pour des signes de violence. l'effet est étrangement semblable au plan de Resnais d'Auschwitz dans « Night and Fog ». Ce film fut tourné sur plus de trois ans sur des lieux de réminiscences des conflits comme le Bogside à Derby. Il se concentre aussi sur les morts de la petite ville de frontière souvent bombardée Castlederg, County Tyrone » -Bill Gosden, Directeur du Festival de Film de Nouvelle Zelande. « Chapter and Verse » comprend des extraits enregistrés avec des politiciens, des membre de la force de sécurité, au famille des victimes des conflits, des figures religieuses et académiques comme Ian Paisley, Premier Ministre de l'Irlande du nord et Edward Daly, Evêque émérite de Derry.


Alex Monteith est née à Belfast, Ireland du Nord en 1977. C'est une artiste, académique et réalisatrice expérimentale. Elle vie à Auckland, Nouvelle Zélande oû elle est directrice de Moving Image à la Manukau School of Visual arts, Manukau Institue of Technology

Luján montes
Catalogue : 2015Intemperie | Doc. expérimental | super8 | noir et blanc | 9:0 | Argentine | 2014
Luján montes
Intemperie
Doc. expérimental | super8 | noir et blanc | 9:0 | Argentine | 2014

"A walker understands gradually that he does not know much about the turbulent and airy flow of the spirit. Or he is incapable of defining it. Nevertheless, he connects with it every time he discovers that his own person constitutes a fragile material structure in the hands of nature’s fluctuations, far from social intermediaries. However, he adapts his definition of “natural” to the changes of his own mind: today is freezing because I freeze, tomorrow the sun burns because I dry out. Fragment of "The book of Haiku" by Alberto Silva.

Luján Montes (1980, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a filmmaker, colorist and photographer. Her projects have been exhibited in numerous national and international festivals (BAFICI, Festival Internacional de Mar del Plata, London Analogue Festival, Festival Internacional de Cine de Centroamérica, Derhumalc) and have been shown in many art venues and museums (Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Palais de Glace, Casa de Cultural del Fondo Nacional de las Artes).

Muriel montini
Catalogue : 2009Adieu mon général | Fiction | dv | couleur | 58:0 | France | 2009
Muriel montini
Adieu mon général
Fiction | dv | couleur | 58:0 | France | 2009

Le mois de Juillet. Tout ce qui constitue un été ; La plage, les bals, les rencontres, les débuts d?histoires d?amour?Et les fins.


Études de cinéma.Vit et travaille à Paris. Films En cours Un jour ou l?autre nous partons tous en voyage en Italie 53 mn DV (montage son) Place de l?Europe(Autour) 10mn(montage son)App photo Mer, baigneurs et taches colorées (take1, take2, take3) 11mn,10mn,8mn (montage son) DV Ceux de la côte (en attente de montage) DV A cold place 4mn App Photo 2009- Alice 16mn DV . Festival « Côté court » Pantin 2009 . Rodos International Film and Visual Arts festival ECOFILMS 2009 . International Filmfestival Schaebisch Hall "Formula Mundi" 2009 . Flexiff 2002-2022 Australia 2009 . DokumentART Neubrandenburg&Szczecin Allemagne / Pologne 2009 . Ekofilm Prague 2009 Solus ad Solam 23mn DV . The 13th Thai Short Film and Video Festival Bangkok 2009 Adieu mon général 58mn DV . FidMarseille festival documentaire Marseille 2009 2008- Vers un pays éloigné 44mn HDV Les jeux d?enfants 9mn HDV . Festival « Côté Court » Pantin 2008 . Instants Vidéo Marseille 2008 . Streaming festival La Haye 2008 . Traverse Video Toulouse 2009 . Telévision :Chaîne Cultura « Special New arrivals of IFFR?09 » Pays?Bas 2009 . Videoformes Clermont-ferrand 2009(vidéothèque éphémère) . Festival Bandits-Mages Bourges 2009 . Hamburg International Short Film Festival 2009 . Festival de films underground de Montréal (MUFF)2009 . Short Film Festival FF600 of Ljubljana,Slovenia 2009 . Flexiff 2002-2022 Australia 2009 . DokumentART Neubrandenburg&Szczecin Allemagne / Pologne 2009 . Festival du film de Dieppe (ciné-roulotte) 2009 . Strange Screen Film Festival Thessaloniki 2009 2007- Les travailleurs de la nuit 40 mn DV . Rencontres cinématographiques de Cerbères 2007 Chambres (ou Chagrin) 25mn DV . Festival « Côté court » Pantin 2007 . Streaming festival La Haye 2008 . Strange Screen Film Festival Thessaloniki 2009 2006- Le monde est immense 9 mn S8-DV . Festival « Côté court » Pantin 2007 . The int?l festival of Cinema and Technology Los Angeles 2008 . Projection Braquage(Cartoucherie de Vincennes) 2008 . Streaming festival La Haye 2008 . Festival Detour Le Caire 2008 . Festival Alternative film/video Belgrade 2008 . Traverse Video Toulouse 2009 . International Panorama of Independent Filmakers Patras 2009 . Flexiff 2002-2022 Australia 2009 . Cortopotere ShortFilmFestival IX Edizione Bergamo 2009 . International Bosphorus Film and Video Festival 2009 . Strange Screen Film Festival Thessaloniki 2009 Instants d?après 6mn S8-DV . Festival OUSFF Lausanne 2007 . Instants Vidéo Marseille 2007 . Traverse Vidéo Toulouse 2008 . Streaming festival La Haye 2008 . P?Silo / Festival Images Contre Nature Marseille 2009 . Video Art Festival Miden Kalamata 2009 . Flexiff 2002-2022 Sydney 2009 . namaTRE.ba project, (Independent platform for contemporary art), Trebinje, Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2009. 2003-Les Etrangères 20mn DV . Musée du jeu de paume ?Inventaire contemporain III Paris 2005 1999- Provisoirement et pour la vie 26mn Hi8 . Cortocinema Rome 1999 . Galerie du Delta Paris 1999 . Rencontres cinématographiques de Cerbères 2007 1997- All along theses lines 5mn 16MM Galeries, Installations Chambres (ou Chagrin) . Festival de films underground de Montréal (MUFF). 2009 Le monde est immense, Alice, Instants d ?après, Les jeux d?enfants . Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery Flexiff Australie 2009 Les jeux d?enfants . namaTRE.ba project, (Independent platform for contemporary art), Trebinje, Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2009.

moon
Catalogue : 2012Medea | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 42:53 | France | USA | 2012
moon
Medea
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 42:53 | France | USA | 2012

Medea est un voyage sonore autour de la Mer Noire : une composition à partir d'enregistrements d'ondes hertziennes et de fragments sonores collectés au cours d'une traversée de deux mois par le Collectif Soundwalk le long de la Mer Noire sur un voilier équipé de scanners, d'antennes et de microphones. La diffusion de Medea s'accompagne d'images de Vincent Moon retravaillées en direct. Medea constitue la face sombre d'une pièce sonore de Soundwalk Ulysses Syndrome commencée il y a trois ans sur la mer Méditerranée. Des pièces sonores qui au départ partageaient des similitudes mais pour celle de la mer Méditerranée la référence au mythe d'Ulysse, dont elle reprenait alors le parcours, avait d'emblée été claire et évidente comparée à celle de la mer Noire. Ce titre Medea s'est imposé au fur et à mesure des séances d'enregistrement sur fond obscur de l'honneur rendu par le sang et la vengeance. Les pays abordés dans Medea : la Turquie, la Géorgie, la Russie, la Crimée, l'Ukraine, la Roumanie, et la Bulgarie, portent tous les cicatrices de cette malédiction. La pièce Medea est ainsi la lecture sonore d'une région du monde dont la beauté demeure sanglante et sombre.


Vincent Moon, de son vrai nom Mathieu Saura, est un réalisateur français de vidéo né le 25 août 1979 à Paris.

Wagner morales
Catalogue : 2007wild life | Fiction expérimentale | dv | couleur | 9:21 | Brésil | 2006
Wagner morales
wild life
Fiction expérimentale | dv | couleur | 9:21 | Brésil | 2006

Wild Life 9`21" 2006 Vidéo numérique ?Wild Life? est un film au sujet du sauvagerie du tourisme. Les gens voyagent dans un bateau pendant un voyage dans la Patagonie. La caméra les filment à la façon d?un documentaire à la «national géographique Channel?.


Wagner Morales est réalisateur et plasticien. Il a été résident au Fresnoy en 2004 et, en 2005/06, il a participé au Programme Pavillon du Palais de Tokyo. Il travaille en réalisant plusieurs films d?auteur, documentaires, photographie et installation. Son travail est représenté par la Galerie Virgilio, à São Paulo et ses films et vidéos, ainsi comme installations, sont exposés aux grandes institutions au Brésil, en France et un peu partout dans le monde.

Antoine moreau
Catalogue : 2011ni pirate | Vidéo | hdv | | 1:23 | France | 2011
Antoine moreau
ni pirate
Vidéo | hdv | | 1:23 | France | 2011

Ni pirate ni corsaire mais libre.
Copyleft : cette vidéo est libre, vous pouvez la copier, la modifier, la transformer selon les termes de la Licence Art Libre. http://artlibre.org


Antoine Moreau, artiste peut-être, Docteur en Sciences de l`Information et de la Communication, initiateur de Copyleft Attitude et de la Licence Art Libre. http://artlibre.org

Leigh morfoot, morfoot, jason
Catalogue : 2008Citizen 3.0 | Documentaire | dv | couleur et n&b | 130:41 | USA | 2008
Leigh morfoot , morfoot, jason
Citizen 3.0
Documentaire | dv | couleur et n&b | 130:41 | USA | 2008

La numérisation des médias présente une occasion d'interroger et de comprendre notre culture par le remixage de ses produits. « Citizen 3.0 » examine la relation entre les médias, la technologie, la culture et la démocratie à travers le prisme du droit d'auteur. Ce documentaire utilise et interroge l?exception de l'usage loyal des droits d'auteur, qui permet aux créateurs d'utiliser des ?uvres protégées sans autorisation ni paiement. Si cette opportunité réussit à être acceptée comme la saine évolution d'une tradition de liberté d'expression ou rejeté comme violation de la propriété privée est une question dont la subtilité voile l?importance.


« Citizen 3.0 » (2008) est le deuxième film que les Morfoots ont réalisé ensemble. Leigh Morfoot a obtenu un BA en études afro-américaines et en littérature anglaise à l'Université de Virginie (USA) et une maîtrise en études médiatiques à la New School University. Jason Morfoot a un diplôme en droit de l'Université Emory et est diplômé en histoire au Trinity College.