2016 Paris Programme
2 pm 3.30 pm 5 pm 7 pm
auditorium
grande salle
Saturday

Jan. 16
2 pm

Screening
Gaîté Lyrique / grande salle
3 bis rue Papin - 75003 Paris / MSubway: Arts et Métiers, Réaumur Sébastopol - lines 3, 4, 11
Free entry / Pass and accreditation: priority access

"Distant spaces"

Juan Manuel echavarrÍa: Silencio Invisible, Darwin and Una Lección | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:0 | Colombie | 2015 see more
Jussie nsana banimba: Bimbambukila | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:1 | Congo (Brazzaville) | 2012 see more
Dominik ritszel: Pogłos | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 14:30 | Pologne | 2015 see more
Hans op de beeck: Night Time (extended) | Animation | hdv | noir et blanc | 19:18 | Belgique | 2015 see more
Mike hoolboom: Scrapbook | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | noir et blanc | 18:0 | Canada | 2015 see more
Juan Manuel echavarrÍa
Silencio Invisible, Darwin and Una Lección
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:0 | Colombie | 2015

Juan Manuel Echavarría parle de la guerre qui échappe au regard, dans les territoires reculés de Colombie. Les lieux, vides de toute présence humaine, évoquent l’histoire violente du pays et l’impératif de nouveaux possibles. Jussie Nsana Banimba interroge la mémoire des murs de Brazzaville, qui deviennent des espaces témoins, entre le passé et le présent. Dominik Ritszel place le son comme protagoniste principal de son film, dans une ville devenue laboratoire de perception où la civilisation est en suspens. Hans Op de Beeck crée un film d’animation à partir de ses aquarelles, introduisant un degré de fiction supplémentaire dans ce qui n’est jamais la reproduction d’une réalité. Mike Hoolboom reprend les images filmées en 1967 par Jeffrey Paull, dans un hôpital psychiatrique. Cinquante ans plus tard, il interroge Donna Washington, autiste et pensionnaire de cet hôpital à l’époque, qui raconte sa propre histoire à partir des images du film.

Juan Manuel Echavarría was born in Medellín, Colombia in 1947. He resides in Bogotá. A writer before becoming an artist, he published two novels, La gran catarata (Bogotá: Editorial Arco, 1981) and Moros en la costa (Bogotá: Ancora Editores, 1991). As of 2015 Echavarría has presented over thirty solo exhibitions and participated in well over a hundred group exhibitions, screenings and film festivals. His first solo gallery exhibition was in New York in 1998. Since then, his work has been shown at the Venice Biennale, the Korean Kwangju Biennial, Daros Latin America, Zurich, the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin. As well as, El Museo del Barrio, New York, at the Musée du Quai Branly and the Cartier Foundation in Paris, France and at Sammlung Goetz at Haus der Kunst in Munich, Germany. His first solo museum exhibition in the U.S, Mouths of Ash, was organized by the North Dakota Museum of Art in 2005 and traveled to the Weatherspoon Museum of Art in 2006 and the Santa Fe Art Institute in 2007 – 2008. He’s had two very important shows in Colombia at the Ciudadela Educativa y Cultural América in Puerto Berrío as well as the Museo La Tertulia in Cali. In 2011 his works were shown in Tallinn, Stonia for the 15th Tallinn Print Triennial, in Tel Aviv, Israel at the Center for Contemporary Art, at the Museo de Antioquia in Medellín, Colombia and at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, California. In the next part of the year, his work was shown at the Bienal Do Mercosul in Porto Alegre, Brazil, Le Mois de la Photo à Montreal in Canada and at the Centre for Contemporary Culture Strozzina in Florence, Itlay. In 2012, he was invited to the Sidney Biennale All Our Relations to show Silencios and Requiem NN. In 2015 he will show his work at the Musée d’Aquitaine in Bordeaux and at the Université Catholique de Lovain in Belgium. His videos have been screened at many festivals and exhibitions throughout the world such as Colombia, the United States, Canada, Israel, England, France, Spain, Hungary, South Korea, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Germany and Afghanistan. In 2013 he showed Réquiem NN, his first feature length film, a world premiere at the Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena followed by the North American premiere at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City.

Jussie nsana banimba
Bimbambukila
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:1 | Congo (Brazzaville) | 2012

Réalisée lors des Ateliers Sahm (Rencontre Internationale d’Art Contemporain, qui se sont tenus du 15 novembre au 15 octobre 2012 à Brazzaville, « Bimbanbukila », première vidéo de Jussie Nsana pose le problème de mémoire. Cette première réalisation de l’artiste nous emmène au cœur de Brazzaville où l’artiste magnifie le mur sous toutes ses coutures. Des murs qui deviennent des espaces témoins, de ponts entre le passé et le présent.

Jussie Nsana Banimba est née à Brazzaville en 1984 et elle vit et travaille actuellement à Pointe-Noire. Elle est diplômée de l`École Nationale des Beaux Arts de Brazzaville, en arts plastiques. Elle se considère comme une artiste à part entière et crée des peintures, des bandes dessinées, et des vidéos. Jussie à participé octobre 2015 au Festival International de la Bande Dessiné d’Alger en Algérie. Elle a exposée ses œuvres en novembre 2015 à l`exposition «Soul Power» au Musée-Galerie du Bassin du Congo à Brazzaville, en 2014 à l`exposition "Butselé" au Centre Culturel Basango à Pointe-Noire; en 2013 à l`Institut Français du Congo (IFC) à Pointe-Noire; en 2012 et 2013et 2015 elle a participé à la 1ère, 2e et 4e édition de la "Rencontre d`Art contemporain de Brazzaville" aux Ateliers SAHM. Comme elle-même le dit, Jussie transporte dans son « sac à arts », ses passions les plus artistiques, la BD, la peinture et la vidéo. Engagée avec la jeunesse, Jussie, avec une générosité hors du commun, transmet son savoir-faire et son amour pour l’art aux enfants et aux jeunes dans son espace Nsana – Arts’ Butsilé.

Dominik ritszel
Pogłos
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 14:30 | Pologne | 2015

Ritszel in his movie Reverb cleans view of audial perception. He introduce the viewer to his laboratory, spread through whole city. Process of the civilization has been reverse and for a moment, receiver gain privilege of sharpen hearing,. Sounds act on the same rules as they act in horror movies. They grow from what is known. They grow stronger and stronger, minute after minute. They become powerful and than they spread. Dynamic of the horror movie shows, that what scarry the most are not perfectly design monsters but minor, accumulative sounds. Creak of slowly opening wordrobe doors,expending floor planks under footsteps, TV which swich on itself, scraping, grating, crashing, and the most, sudden, ominous, dead silent.


Dominik Ritszel was born in 1988 in Rybnik. He studied at the Faculty of Graphics in the Institute of Arts at the University of Silesia in Cieszyn and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, where he did graphic arts. His works were exhibited, among others, at international video art festivals Les Rencontres Internationales (Gaîté Lyrique, Palais de Tokyo, Paris), Proyector, International Video Art Festival (Spain, Italy, Portugal) and Video Art Review THE 02. He participated in group exhibitions - in the Show Off Section at the Krakow Photomonth Festival (2013), The increased Difficulty od Concretation in Prague (2015), What’s Hidden in National Gallery of Art (2015), Curators Network in the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAK) in Krakow (2012), Mum, I just really need to focus on my art right now in the Arsenał Gallery in Poznan (2012), among others, and in a joint exhibition presenting works of young Silesian artists Milk Teeth in the BWA Contemporary Art Gallery in Katowice (2013). He had individual exhibitions in the Centre for Contemporary Arts Kronika in Bytom, in Grey Gallery in Cieszyn, Grey House Gallery in Krakow and in the Silesian Museum in Katowice. He was chosen among the three finalists of the Talenty Trójki 2013 contest in the Visual Arts category, he was short-listed for the Grey House Foundation Prize. In 2014 he was granted the Young Poland Programme scholarship. In spring 2014 as an artist in residence he stayed in the A-I-R Laboratory in the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle where he produced Versus, showed in Bank Pekao Project Room in Warsaw. In 2015 he participated in group exhibition Waiting for better times Curatorated by Magda Kardasz (Zachęta Project Room, Warsaw). During of the 8th edition of Biennale of Young Artists RYBIE OKO his video Reverb received special award. He has been crowned the 2015 winner of the Young European Artist Trieste Contemporanea Award. His next individual exhibition will take place in Studio Tomaseo (Italy) 26th of March.

Hans op de beeck
Night Time (extended)
Animation | hdv | noir et blanc | 19:18 | Belgique | 2015

"Night Time (extended)" - Hans Op de Beeck 2015 Full HD video, black and white, sound, 2015 (19 minutes 20 seconds) ‘Night time (extended)’ is a dark, enigmatic animation without text based on a large series of monumental monochrome watercolours which Op de Beeck steadily realised over the past five years, in between all his other multidisciplinary projects. All the watercolours were painted by the artist at night in complete solitude and concentration.This nightly atmosphere is a tangible presence in the metropolitan landscapes, the images of nature, the buildings, interiors and characters which the artist brings to life in the film. "Night time (extended)" is conceived as a mysterious dream in which all proportions, perspectives and environments are fictitious. In this way, intimate close-ups are made to alternate with sweeping images; every image clearly and visibly the product of deliberate construction. The film is comforting and soothing, yet also exudes a sense of dormant danger and derailment, just as in the film noir tradition. Here, Op de Beeck brings together an anachronistic whole of both classical and distinctly contemporary themes into an effortless blend of both highly cultivated and more visceral subcultural elements.


Hans Op de Beeck produces large installations, sculptures, films, drawings, paintings, photographs and texts. His work is a reflection on our complex society and the universal questions of meaning and mortality that resonate within it. He regards man as a being who stages the world around him in a tragi-comic way. Above all, Op de Beeck is keen to stimulate the viewers’ senses, and invite them to really experience the image. He seeks to create a form of visual fiction that delivers a moment of wonder and silence. Over the past fifteen years Op de Beeck realized numerous monumental ‘sensorial’ installations, in which he evoked what he describes as ‘visual fictions’: tactile deserted spaces as an empty set for the viewer to walk through or sit down in, sculpted havens for introspection. In many of his films though, in contrast with those depopulated spaces, he prominently depicts anonymous characters. Hans Op de Beeck was born in Turnhout in 1969. He lives and works in Brussels and Gooik, Belgium. Op de Beeck has shown his work extensively in solo and group exhibitions around the world. He had substantial institutional solo shows at the GEM Museum of Contemporary Art of The Hague, The Hague, NL (2004); MUHKA Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp, B (2006); Centraal Museum, Utrecht, NL (2007); the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC, US (2010); KunstmuseumThun, CH (2010); Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Burgos, ES (2010); Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, IRL (2012); Kunstverein Hannover, D (2012); Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, USA (2013); the Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL, USA (2013); FRAC Paca, Marseille, F (2013); MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Boston MA, US (2014); MOCA Cleveland, OH, US (2014); Sammlung Goetz, Munich, D (2014), … Op de Beeck participated in numerous group shows at institutions such as The Reina Sofia, Madrid, ES; the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, AZ, US; the Towada Art Center, Towada, JP; ZKM, Karlsruhe, DE; MACRO, Rome, IT; the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, GB; PS1, New York, NY, US; Musée National d’ArtModerne, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR; Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Köln, DE; Hangar Bicocca, Milano, IT; the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, JP; 21C Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, US; The Drawing Center, New York, NY, US; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, AT; Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, CN; MAMBA, Buenos Aires, AR; Haus der Kunst, Munich, DE; Museod’ArteModerna di Bologna, Bologna, IT; Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn DE, … His work was invited for the Venice Biennale, Venice, IT; the Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai, CN; the Aichi Triennale, Aichi, JP; the Singapore Biennale, Singapore, SG; Art Summer University, Tate Modern, London, GB; the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, IN, and many other art events.

Mike hoolboom
Scrapbook
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | noir et blanc | 18:0 | Canada | 2015

Lensed in Ohio’s Broadview Developmental Center in 1967 by secret camera genius and audio visual healer Jeffrey Paull, Scrapbook tells the story of audacious autistic Donna Washington in her own words, as she encounters pictures of one of her former selves fifty years later.


Born: Korean War, the pill, hydrogen bomb, playboy mansion. 1980s: Film emulsion fetish and diary salvos. Schooling at the Funnel: collective avant-geek cine utopia. 1990s: experimentalist features, transgressive psychodramas, questions of nationalism. 2000s: Seroconversion cyborg (life after death), film-to-video transcode: feature-length-found-footage bios. Fringe media archaeologist: copyleft author 7 books, co/editor 12 books. Curator: 30 programs + www.fringeonline.ca Occasional employments: artistic director Images Fest, fringe distribution Canadian Filmmakers. 80 film/vids, most redacted. 10 features. 70 awards, 15 international retrospectives. 3 lifetime achievement awards. www.mikehoolboom.com


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Saturday

Jan. 16
3.30 pm

Screening
Gaîté Lyrique / grande salle
3 bis rue Papin - 75003 Paris / MSubway: Arts et Métiers, Réaumur Sébastopol - lines 3, 4, 11
Free entry / Pass and accreditation: priority access

Special screening
With Philippe Grandrieux

Philippe grandrieux: Meurtrière | Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 61:0 | France | 2015 see more
Philippe grandrieux
Meurtrière
Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 61:0 | France | 2015

L’objet de Meurtrière c’est La Chose. La Chose est insensée, folle, intenable, hystérique, grotesque, phobique, dangereuse, brutale, dévorante, sauvage, sexuelle, imprévisible, sidérante, frénétique, atroce, inquiète, effrayante, extatique, désirable, vulgaire, perverse, embarrassante, impudique, nerveuse, obscène, sacrée, sacrifiée, furieuse, meurtrière. Mais avant tout, La Chose est sans intention. Avec les danseuses : Émilia Giudicelli, Vilma Pitrinaite, Hélène Rocheteau, Francesca Ziviani.

Le travail de Philippe Grandrieux s’étend sur de nombreux territoires : fiction de long métrage, expérimentation télévisuelle, art vidéo, film de recherche, documentaire, installation. Son exigence artistique le mène à pousser chacun de ses domaines à leurs limites et se montre constamment inventive et radicale. Ses trois films de long métrage, Sombre (récompensé au festival de Locarno), La Vie nouvelle (présenté à la Tate Modern de Londres) et Un lac (primé à la Mostra de Venise) font référence en termes de photographie, de travail sur le son, d’expérimentation narrative et figurative. Sur des trames narratives pourtant linéaires voire sérielles (souvent le conte, la légende), ses films déploient un monde d’énergies, ancré dans les sensations et les affects. Depuis 2005 , ses fictions de long métrage, installations, documentaires, expérimentations télévisuelles, suscitent de nombreuses programmations monographiques. En janvier 2011, il réalise un portrait du cinéaste japonais Masao Adachi, premier portrait d’une série imaginée par Nicole Brenez et Philippe Grandrieux. Il se peut que la beauté ait renforcé notre résolution / Masao Adachi est programmé dans près de 50 festivals et universités. Il remporte, en 2011 le « New: Vision Award » au CPH:DOX de copenhague, en 2012 le « Grand Prix Expérimental » au Festival de Pantin et en 2013 le « Grand Prix du Documentaire » au Festival de Tripoli au Liban. En 2012 il entreprend la réalisation d’une trilogie dont l’objet est l’inquiétude . White Epilepsy en est le premier mouvement. Le film sera présenté en compétition internationale au FID Marseille 2012 puis au FICUNAM Mexico, au LINCOLN CENTER New-York, au Festival UNDERDOX Munich, au FNC Montréal... En 2013 le WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART offre une «carte blanche» à Philippe Grandrieux dans le cadre du festival Walls and Bridges. Les deux premiers mouvements de sa trilogie y seront présentés : la version film de White Epilepsy ( avec 4 danseuses/danseurs) et la version performance de Meurtrière ( avec 4 danseuses). La version film de Meurtrière vient d’être présentée pour la première fois en compétition internationale au FID Marseille 2015 et vient de remporter le prix FNC LAB au FNC Montréal. Il vient de terminer Malgré la nuit, fiction de long métrage, avec Ariane Labed, Kristian Marr, Roxane Mesquida, Paul Hamy. Philippe Grandrieux bénéficie d’une bourse d’étude «The Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program» à l’Université de Harvard pour l’année universitaire 2015-2016.


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Saturday

Jan. 16
5 pm

Screening
Gaîté Lyrique / grande salle
3 bis rue Papin - 75003 Paris / MSubway: Arts et Métiers, Réaumur Sébastopol - lines 3, 4, 11
Free entry / Pass and accreditation: priority access

Special screening
With Rodolphe Burger

Benoit peverelli: S'envolent les colombes | Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 38:0 | France | 2015 see more
Benoit peverelli
S'envolent les colombes
Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 38:0 | France | 2015

Le photographe benoit PEverelli cree une scenographie et réalise la mise en image d`une oeuvre poétique et musicale. OPNI: Objet Plastique Non Identifié.

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Saturday

Jan. 16
7 pm

Screening
Gaîté Lyrique / grande salle
3 bis rue Papin - 75003 Paris / MSubway: Arts et Métiers, Réaumur Sébastopol - lines 3, 4, 11
Free entry / Pass and accreditation: priority access

"Dead Slow Ahead"

Mariangela ciccarello, Philip Cartelli: Lampedusa | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur et n&b | 13:44 | USA | France | 2015 see more
Mauro herce: Dead Slow Ahead | Documentaire | 4k | couleur | 74:0 | France | 2015 see more
Mariangela ciccarello, Philip Cartelli
Lampedusa
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur et n&b | 13:44 | USA | 2015

Combining high definition and Super 8 footage, Lampedusa is composed of interwoven narratives based on a series of real events. In late 1831, a volcanic island suddenly erupted from the sea a few kilometers off the southern coast of Sicily. An international dispute ensued, during which a number of European powers laid claim to this newfound “land.” The island receded below sea level six months later, leaving only a rocky ledge under the sea...


Philip Cartelli Philip Cartelli is a filmmaker, critic, researcher, and doctoral candidate in Harvard University’s Sensory Ethnography Lab. His film and video works have been shown in international festivals, conferences, and installation settings. Mariangela Ciccarello After studies in philosophy and visual art, Mariangela Ciccarello pursued a career as a curator in galleries and museums between Europe and South Africa. She has made a series of films over the past few years, most recently during a fellowship at the UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art in Brooklyn.

Mauro herce
Dead Slow Ahead
Documentaire | 4k | couleur | 74:0 | France | 2015

A freighter crosses the ocean. The hypnotic rhythm of its pace reveals the continuous movement of the machinery devouring its workers: the old sailors’ gestures disappearing under the mechanical and impersonal pulse of the 21st century. Perhaps it is a boat adrift, or maybe just the last example of an endangered species with engines still running, unstoppable.


Born in Barcelona in 1976, Mauro Herce graduated in engineering and fine arts before enrolling in film school at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV in San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba) and the École nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière in Paris. He started his career as a director of photography and screenwriter on such films as Ocaso (2010), Arraianos (2012), A puerta fria (2012), El quinto evangelio de Gaspar Hauser (2013) and Slimane (2013). Dead Slow Ahead (2015) is his first feature film as a director.


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