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Eija-liisa ahtila
Catalogue : 2017Tutkimuksia draaman ekologiasta (Studies on the Ecology of Drama) | Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 26:26 | Finlande | 2017
Eija-liisa ahtila
Tutkimuksia draaman ekologiasta (Studies on the Ecology of Drama)
Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 26:26 | Finlande | 2017

The film uses the methods of presentation as a path to the company of other living beings. It expands upon the issues of ecological moving image narrative, the focus being on presentation, imaging and imagination in the context of the moving image.

Née en Finlande en 1959, Eija-Liisa Ahtila vit et travaille à Helsinki. Elle a étudié à l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles, au London College of Priting et à l’Université d’Helsinki. Le travail d’Eija-Liisa Ahtila, installation et film, s’organise conceptuellement autour de la manière dont se construisent images, langages, fils narratifs et espaces. Après avoir examiné les aspects existentiels de l’adolescence et de la découverte de la sexualité, les difficultés des relations familiales, la désintégration mentale et la mort, dans travaux les plus récents, l’artiste questionne les procédés de perception et d’attribution de sens, entre autres à travers des thématiques liant réflexions sur la culture et aspects et existentiels, telles que le colonialisme, la foi et le post-humanisme. Elle a obtenu le prix ARTE Award pour le meilleur film européen au Festival International du Court Métrage d’Oberhausen (2012), le Grand prix du Festival Curtas Vila do Conde (2002), le Prix du meilleur court métrage nordique au Nordisk Panorama (2000). En 2011, elle a été membre du jury du Festival du film de Venise. En 2013, elle a été présidente du jury au FID Marseille. Son travail a été montré dans des musées et festivals, notamment au Musée Guggenheim de Bilbao, au Monderna Museet (Stokholm), à la DHC/Art Foundation for Contemporary Art (Montréal), au Jeu de Paume (Paris), au Museum of Modern Art (New York), au Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Bolzano, Italie), et à la Tate Modern (Londres). Ses films ont été projetés notamment au Festival international du film de Berlin, au Festival du film de Sundance, au Festival international du film de Venise.

Carlos aires
Catalogue : 2017Sweet Dreams Are Made of This | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 4:21 | Espagne | 2016
Carlos aires
Sweet Dreams Are Made of This
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 4:21 | Espagne | 2016

The video shows two policemen wearing Spanish anti-riot uniforms, dancing a tango version of the famous Eurhythmics 80´s song in the luxurious and extremely decorated ballroom space of the XIX century palace Museum Cerralbo in Madrid. The fantastic lyric of the song “ Sweet dreams are made of this ” is the central motor of the piece. The tango version cove song has been arranged by the bandoneon player Fernando Girdini and recorded exclusively for the video. In its origins, tango was mainly a dance between two men. Tango was the result of the cultural mix of locals with African, Italian and Hispanic immigrants. It was originally forbidden by the church and rejected by high society, which resulted in its development in poor suburbs and working-class slums. The video reflects about the last years crisis, 15M movement, the violent riots, Cataluña independency, brutality of Spanish police and military forces and the recent antidemocratic Spanish law ” Ley Mordaza ” (the Gag Rule), becoming illegal and punished to take photos or videos of police forces or use of the police uniforms without the Government’s permission. Desire, power, decadence and frustration: they shoot horses, don´t they?

Carlos Aires was born in Ronda, Spain in 1974. He obtained a bachelor in Fine Arts at the University of Granada in Spain. Upon graduating in 1997, he moved to the Netherlands and completed his postgraduate studies at Fontys Academy (Tilburg, Netherlands), HISK (Antwerp, Belgium) and Ohio State University (Ohio, USA). He was honored with prestigious grants and awards, including: OMI Residency (USA), Edith Fergus Gilmore Award (USA), Generation2008 Caja Madrid (Spain), Young Belgian Art Prize (Belgium), 1st Award Young Andalusian Artists (Spain), Fulbright (USA) and De Pont Atelier (the Netherlands). He has participated in numerous exhibitions in national and international institutions, such as: CAC (Malaga, Spain), MACBA (Barcelona, Spain), Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (USA), Imperial Belvedere Palace (Vienna, Austria), MUSAC (Leon, Spain), BB6 Bucharest International Biennale (Bucharest, Romania), B.P.S. 22 (Charleroi, Belgium), 5th Thessaloniki Biennale (Thessaloniki , Greece), Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (Mexico City, Mexico), Canada Contemporary Art Museum (Montreal, Canada). His work can be found within significant public collections: ARTIUM (Spain), MACBA (Spain), Fondation Francès (France), ARTER (Turkey), CAC (Spain), Maison Particulière (Belgium), Ministry of Culture of Spain, Progress Art (Saudi Arabia), National Belgium Bank (Belgium), 21c Museum (USA), MAK (Austria) among others.

Özge akarsu
Catalogue : 2020Emine | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 11:39 | Turquie | 2020
Özge akarsu
Emine
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 11:39 | Turquie | 2020

It is April 7th 2020, 8 months has passed since Emine Bulut was murdered by her former husband. There is a letter which is written to her, and to all femicide victims around the world; a letter which questions femininity, how it feels to be a woman in Turkey…

Özge Akarsu was born and raised in Turkey. She currently lives in Belgium where she also studies animation film at Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK), in Ghent. Before starting studying animation, she achieved a master's degree in Human Rights Law, specialized in Political Philosophy, in ?stanbul. After three years of doing a PhD research on Spinoza and modernity at University of Antwerp, she got interested in animation and filmmaking which helps her to express thoughts, feelings, ideas, instincts that cannot be explained solely in words.

Chantal akerman
Catalogue : 2008D'est | Documentaire | 16mm | couleur | 107:0 | Belgique | France | 1993
Chantal akerman
D'est
Documentaire | 16mm | couleur | 107:0 | Belgique | France | 1993

Impressions d?Est après la chute du mur. « Tous ces pays, en pleine mutation, qui ont vécu une histoire commune depuis la guerre, encore très marqués par cette histoire jusque dans les replis même de la terre et dont maintenant les chemins divergent. » (Chantal Akerman) D?Est est un film quasiment sans parole, le contraire des Histoires d?Amérique (où la parole est prépondérante) et en même temps son prolongement. « D?Est est profondément fictionnel, parce que cela permet au spectateur de se raconter des histoires. Le cadre aussi y est pour beaucoup, il n?est jamais documentaire. Je ne dis pas, je vais tout vous dire sur la Russie. D?Est n?est pas qu?un film sur l?Europe de l?Est. Ces images, je les avais déjà en moi. Cela a à voir avec les camps, les évacuations, les images d?avant moi. » (Chantal Akerman)


Chantal Akerman est issue d'une famille émigrée d'Europe centrale dans les années 30. Elle est née à Bruxelles en 1950. Elle étudie le cinéma à l'Insas (Institut supérieur des Arts, du Spectacle et des Techniques de Diffusion), à Bruxelles. Après un premier court métrage, elle émigre à New York, où elle se passionne pour le cinéma expérimental de l'Américain Jonas Mekas et du Canadien Michael Snow, dont l'influence est perceptible dans les premières réalisations de la cinéaste. Sur place, elle réalise un court métrage et s'essaie au format long (Hotel Monterey, consacré à un hôtel pour nécessiteux de New York). Revenue en France, elle alterne, depuis 1968, documentaires (Un jour Pina a demande Pina Bausch, D'Est, Sud sur le lynchage d'un jeune Noir américain, De l'autre côté), et films de fiction (Toute une nuit, Nuit et Jour, etc.).

Kasper akhØj, guimaraes, tamar
Catalogue : 2013A Família do Capitão Gervasio | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | noir et blanc | 14:0 | Danemark | Brésil | 2013
Kasper akhØj , guimaraes, tamar
A Família do Capitão Gervasio
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | noir et blanc | 14:0 | Danemark | Brésil | 2013

Captain Gervasio`s Family is a 16mm black and white silent portrait of a Spiritist community in Palmelo, a small town in the interior of Brazil. It?s a town of 2000 inhabitants, half of whom are psychic mediums. The film refers to a map drawn by a Spiritist woman in Palmelo, charting twenty astral cities hovering above the whole of the Brazilian territory. Cities ?like those on earth, but infinitely more perfect?. The Spiritists in Palmelo practice what is known as `the magnetic chain?, a legacy from the German physician Franz Mesmer, the founder of Spiritism Allan Kardec, and the French botanist François Deleuze. The film is a collaboration between the artists Tamar Guimaraes (BR) and Kasper Akhøj (DK).

Kasper Akhøj was born in Copenhagen, Denmark where he lives and works. He studied at the Czech National Film School (FAMU), Städelschule - Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Frankfurt, and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen. He is also a former participant of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York. He is represented by Ellen de Bruijne Projects in Amsterdam and has exhibited widely at major museums and biennials, both solo and in collaboration with Brazilian artist Tamar Guimaraes, most recently at last years 55th Venice Biennale, The Encyclopedic Palace. Tamar Guimarães was born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil and lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. She holds a BFA from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and MFA from Malmö Art Academy, Sweden. She is also a former participant of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York. She is represented by Galeria Fortes Vilaça in Sao Paolo, and has exhibited widely at major museums and biennials, both solo and in collaboration with Danish artist Kasper Akhøj, most recently at last years 55th Venice Biennale, The Encyclopedic Palace.

Edward akrout, jakob s. boeskov
Catalogue : 2017Quantum Political Feedback | Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 8:0 | France | Royaume-Uni | 2017
Edward akrout , jakob s. boeskov
Quantum Political Feedback
Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 8:0 | France | Royaume-Uni | 2017

In the video, the artists combine pseudoscience with repetition to investigate the connection between technology and truth. An E-meter device was exploited as a crude polygraph machine. Its pseudoscientific function is to "detect lies" in order to monitor a statement`s progression from lie to truth. Statements were read to and repeated by the participants. Through continuous repetition, the subjects built a relationship with the spoken words, which over time, matured into experiences and finally beliefs. All of the combined elements resulted in mettre en abîme the transformation of a political affirmation into a belief.

Edward Akrout is a Franco-British artist that works between London, New York and Paris. His practice, which largely includes painting, drawing and sculpting, is best described as abstract expressionism. Personal website: EdwardAkrout.com Representation: Lahd Gallery Jakob Boeskov is a Danish-Icelandic artist and filmmaker that works between New York and Copenhagen. Having graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, his pieces have been shown in museums such as New Museum, Science Politiques, Moscow State Academy Art Institute and the Stedelijk Museum. Personal website: JakobBoeskov.com Representation: The Scandinavian Institute

Eren aksu, eren aksu
Catalogue : 2016Cosmorama | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 8:7 | Turquie | 2015
Eren aksu , eren aksu
Cosmorama
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 8:7 | Turquie | 2015

They go to a day trip to an island next to Istanbul. They find themselves captivated by the never ending cityscape and sink into a contemplation on urban decay. Living in a concrete jungle is their future.

Born in Istanbul in 1987, Eren Aksu is a Berlin based filmmaker. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film& Television and currently studies Arts& Media at Berlin University of the Arts. His short films include Aydınlık (2013), Cosmorama (2015), İki Yer (2017).

Catalogue : 2020Onun Haricinde, Iyiyim | Fiction | mov | couleur | 14:0 | Turquie | Allemagne | 2020
Eren aksu , eren aksu
Onun Haricinde, Iyiyim
Fiction | mov | couleur | 14:0 | Turquie | Allemagne | 2020

Joining a recent wave of immigration from Turkey to Germany, Asl? is new in Berlin. She auditions for the voice of the audio guide for an archaeological museum, facing her with objects from her home country, including a monumental Zeus Altar. Her encounters during the rest of the day further reveal the absurdity of out of placeness.

Eren Aksu is a director and editor based in Berlin. He was born in ?stanbul and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film&TV from Istanbul Bilgi University, Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts Degrees in Arts&Media from Universität der Künste Berlin. He took part in Talents Sarajevo as s director and his films were screened at many international film festivals such as Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Sarajevo Film Festival, Dresden Short Film Festival, Akbank Short Film Festival. His latest film “Other Than That, I’m Fine” won 3sat promotional award in 66. International Short Film Festival Oberhausen.

Eren aksu
Catalogue : 2016Cosmorama | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 8:7 | Turquie | 2015
Eren aksu
Cosmorama
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 8:7 | Turquie | 2015

They go to a day trip to an island next to Istanbul. They find themselves captivated by the never ending cityscape and sink into a contemplation on urban decay. Living in a concrete jungle is their future.

Born in Istanbul in 1987, Eren Aksu is a Berlin based filmmaker. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film& Television and currently studies Arts& Media at Berlin University of the Arts. His short films include Aydınlık (2013), Cosmorama (2015), İki Yer (2017).

Catalogue : 2020Onun Haricinde, Iyiyim | Fiction | mov | couleur | 14:0 | Turquie | Allemagne | 2020
Eren aksu
Onun Haricinde, Iyiyim
Fiction | mov | couleur | 14:0 | Turquie | Allemagne | 2020

Joining a recent wave of immigration from Turkey to Germany, Asl? is new in Berlin. She auditions for the voice of the audio guide for an archaeological museum, facing her with objects from her home country, including a monumental Zeus Altar. Her encounters during the rest of the day further reveal the absurdity of out of placeness.

Eren Aksu is a director and editor based in Berlin. He was born in ?stanbul and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film&TV from Istanbul Bilgi University, Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts Degrees in Arts&Media from Universität der Künste Berlin. He took part in Talents Sarajevo as s director and his films were screened at many international film festivals such as Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Sarajevo Film Festival, Dresden Short Film Festival, Akbank Short Film Festival. His latest film “Other Than That, I’m Fine” won 3sat promotional award in 66. International Short Film Festival Oberhausen.

Monira al qadiri
Catalogue : 2015Behind the Sun | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 10:0 | Koweït | 2013
Monira al qadiri
Behind the Sun
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 10:0 | Koweït | 2013

After the first Gulf War in 1991, countless oil fields in Kuwait were set ablaze during the retreat of invading forces. Those months following the war were nothing short of the classic image of a biblical apocalypse: the earth belching fire and the black scorched sky felt like a portrait of hell as it should be, an almost romanticized vision of the end of the world. Werner Herzog, lured by the surrealism of this present-day hell, shot his docu-fiction film “Lessons of Darkness” there which placed images of the oil fires alongside Christian biblical texts and a Wagner soundtrack. Inspired by his endeavor, this video re-explores the cataclysmic event and attempts to expand its meaning, especially as the idea of imminent doom is even more omnipresent today. Amateur VHS video footage of the oil fires is juxtaposed with audio monologues from Islamic television programs of the same period. At the time, the tools used to represent religion were geared towards visualizing god through nature. Trees, waterfalls, mountains, and animals were the visual staple of religious media, and the narration was not that of the Koran, but of Arabic poetry recited by a skilled orator with a deep voice.

Monira Al Qadiri is a Kuwaiti visual artist and film maker born in Senegal and educated in Japan. In 2010, she received a Ph.D. in inter-media art from Tokyo University of the Arts, where her research was focused on the aesthetics of sadness in the Middle-East region stemming from poetry, music, art and religious practices. Her work explores the relationship between narcissism and masculinity, as well as other dysfunctional gender roles. She is currently expanding her practice towards social and political subjects. Al Qadiri has taken part in exhibitions and film screenings in Tokyo, Kuwait, Beirut, Dubai, Berlin, New York and Moscow among others. She is also part of the artist collective GCC, who has recently held a solo exhibition at MoMA PS1 in 2014.

Catalogue : 2017The Craft | Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 16:0 | Koweït | 2017
Monira al qadiri
The Craft
Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 16:0 | Koweït | 2017

“ The Craft ”is a film that revolves around childish fictions laced with serious suspicions towards the real world. Using the lens of family history, the film dissects the artist’s own past to reexamine an uncanny relationship taking place in the shadows of her major life events: “ Were my parents conspiring with aliens behind my back ” Reality gradually disintegrates like quicksand around this central question, as paranoia and speculation begin to take hold. Futuristic architecture, popular culture, dream readings, junk food, alien abductions, geopolitics, international diplomacy, war and peace; all of these once solid staples of modern life now become tinted with a general sense of distrust, overshadowing everything. Like a ticking time bomb at the center of the nuclear family unit, the suspicion reaches a crescendo when the protagonist suddenly discovers that the American century has finally ended.

Monira Al Qadiri is a Kuwaiti visual artist born in Senegal and educated in Japan. In 2010, she received a Ph.D. in inter-media art from Tokyo University of the Arts, where her research was focused on the aesthetics of sadness in the Middle-East stemming from poetry, music, art and religious practices. Her work explores unconventional gender identities, petro-cultures and their possible futures, as well as the legacies of corruption. She is also part of the artist collective GCC, who held a solo exhibition at MoMA PS1 in New York (2014). Monira was recently based in Amsterdam, and underwent a two year artist residency at the Rijksakademie until the end of 2017.

Jean-baptiste alazard
Catalogue : 2014La Buissonnière | Documentaire | hdv | couleur | 59:0 | France | 2013
Jean-baptiste alazard
La Buissonnière
Documentaire | hdv | couleur | 59:0 | France | 2013

C`est l`été. Un pilote et un copilote errent sur des routes perdues en quête d`absolu.


Jean-Baptiste Alazard nait en 1985 en Aveyron. En 2006 il intègre La fémis en montage, où il réalise Ma bande magnétique arrière, Mittelwerk Express et Moussem les morts. Tout en continuant son travail de monteur, il crée en 2011, en collaboration avec la photographe Lise Lacombe, le collectif La France Entière, avec qui il part à la recherche de ceux qui pourraient être les figures de la nouvelle ère : ses dissidents, techniciens, empereurs, prêtresses et prophètes. La Buissonnière est le premier film issu de ce projet. Il en prépare un second qui sera tourné en 2014 : L’Empire.

Michiel alberts
Catalogue : 2017Another Gate Before the Law | Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | noir et blanc | 17:13 | Pays-Bas | 0 | 2017
Michiel alberts
Another Gate Before the Law
Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | noir et blanc | 17:13 | Pays-Bas | 0 | 2017

Another Gate Before The Law (HDVideo, B&W, 17m13, Michiel Alberts, 2017) Michiel Alberts is currently working on a series of K. Films. The films relate to different short texts by F. Kafka. Michiel Alberts performs and films his actions in order to transform the stories into a visual image bringing it to current and existential scenery. The film Another Gate Before The Law refers to the text Before the Law, by F. Kafka. The film is a dark poetic image dealing with the present state of our time and to current human conditions.

(Born The Netherlands, 1972. Lives and Works in Antwerp, Belgium.) Michiel Alberts is a Visual artist working with the media Performance, Film and Photography. In his film works he focuses upon his performative presence, movements with duration or repetitive actions. Through the usage of single angel point, the audience is invited to experience a frozen state and relate to existential questions and human conditions. His films can be described as a still picture moving, a state of presence unresolved. “ My physical presence functions as a performative tool to question human conditions, cosmic order, time and landscapes. Through forms of abstraction I bring my content from a specific happening, or a specific social context to a larger existential scenery." Michiel Alberts has studied Visual Art at the H.I.S.K. institute in Antwerp and Gent (2008). He also completed a Master of Arts at Dasarts in Amsterdam (2005) and completed the Acting School of Maastricht (1997)

Adrian alecu
Catalogue : 2011Gravitation | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 3:0 | Roumanie | Pays-Bas | 2011
Adrian alecu
Gravitation
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 3:0 | Roumanie | Pays-Bas | 2011

"GRAVITATION" deals with the idea of European identity and the desire to export it, desire which is deep inside of this identity. A long tradition. It is a tale of mistaken identity and murder, human weakness and individual deficiencies. It is a fatalistic tale of one man?s vain struggle to escape his own limitations, unfortunately an impossibility in the world of noir. The film Gravitation gives me the opportunity to investigate the structuralist film concept, the so-called ?Film Low?. The different actions which in the real life stay under the Nature Low, will have to be in the film under the ?Film Low? : montage, light, perspective, acting, actors and camera choreography and more others film components . Using very reduced but very eloquent / representative objects for the film set will create pictures which have to suggest the acting place. This objects must have a strong relation to the `film place` (typical for the place) so that the viewer, by his visual perception, can be able to trust the authenticity of the picture as a film construction - instead as an illustration. The question for me, is how far I can reduce this elements and on which things, on which elements I have to reduce the decoration of the film `stage` to get the visual suggestion instead of the illustration. That it is one of my research point. The Film will use apparently prosaic structures (narration) but during the editing and the alienation process it has to be percepted as a poetic work. Poetry deals with tempo, with rhythm. In the film, economic tempo and rhythm are matters who belong and are decided more in the editing room. The alienation process is one of the main points in my Film. The Film process have to be transparent, so that film structures and effect modalities will recognize it. I believe that this transparency offers the opportunity to reflect about new modalities of telling a story using the Film. To me, this alienation process helps us to make our `automated` perception - by language and social conventions, more difficult and thereby to get a new vision of the things which can correct our relationship to the environment. Then new forms appear, and this forms and their determinant process become the actual object of artistic perception, in the end the the art subject. Using a linear visual guided treatment will permit to give up a psychological motivation, and to make the non-artistic interpretations harder. The Sound will have a strict autonomous function in Film, and will try so much possible to not be used as a naturalistic synchronic language.

Born at 20 Mai 1972 in Bucharest / Romania EDUCATION 1990 2008 2011 Liceul ?Spiru Haret?, Bucharest / Romania Diplom in Art studies at the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg Jan van Eyck Academie post-Academic Institute for Research and Production Fine Art, Design, Theory, Maastricht / The Netherlands

Greta alfaro
Catalogue : 2010In Ictu Oculi | Art vidéo | dv | couleur | 10:35 | Espagne | 2009
Greta alfaro
In Ictu Oculi
Art vidéo | dv | couleur | 10:35 | Espagne | 2009

There is a table in the middle of the countryside, but the guests are absent. There is a feast of food and wine waiting in the cold weather and the dry landscape. The vultures are to come and eat our food and destroy our setting: the still life, the banquet, the space of enjoyment and civilization. The vultures, the beasts linked to death and dirt, to violence and fear, arrive by surprise, and like in a fable, represent for us some of our own qualities.

Greta Alfaro (Spain, 1977) is currently studying an MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art, London. In recent years she has been the recipient of several grants and scholarships among which are Matadero-City Council of Madrid, Casa de Velázquez, Fundación BilbaoArte, the Government of Mexico or the Genesis Foundation. She is taking part in the exhibition Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2010 at the ICA, London, and her recent solo shows include In Ictu Oculi, in Galería Marta Cervera, Madrid and Carpe Diem, Lisbon, and Elogio de la Bestia, in Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Huarte, Spain.

Catalogue : 2019He Had Got Certain Vibes | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 2:31 | Espagne | Royaume-Uni | 2019
Greta alfaro
He Had Got Certain Vibes
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 2:31 | Espagne | Royaume-Uni | 2019

One still life of the 20th Century. Poverty, mental health, media and magic. The fragility and drama of the everyday and domesticity.

Greta Alfaro (Spain, 1977) is a visual artist. Her solo exhibitions include Decimocuarta estación (2019) at the Fundación BBVA, Madrid; In Ictu Oculi (2019) at the Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan; El cataclismo nos alcanzará impávidos (2015) and European DarkRoom (2014) at Galería Rosa Santos, Valencia; Still Life with Books (2014) at Artium, Vitoria; In Praise of the Beast (2013) at Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan; and Invención (2012) at Ex Teresa, Mexico City. Among her other solo site-specific projects are I Will Not Hesitate to React Spiritually (2019), with Roaming Room, and A Very Crafty and Tricky Contrivance (2012), with Genesis Foundation, both in London, and Comedias a honor y gloria (2016) in La Gallera, Valencia. She has taken part in numerous group shows and festivals in venues like the Whitechapel Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts and Saatchi Gallery in London; Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil in Brasilia; The Bass Museum of Art in Miami; the Conciergerie in Paris; Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin; La Casa Encendida in Madrid or the International Film Festival Rotterdam.

Pierre alferi, jacques julien
Catalogue : 2005In time | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 16:30 | France | 2005
Pierre alferi , jacques julien
In time
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 16:30 | France | 2005

Intime, de Pierre Alféri est un travail à la fois littéraire et vidéopoétique, où l`espace du voyage est celui de la langue. C`est une traversée en images, traversée de lieux et de paysages, et en mots, lettres adrésées à des anonymes, qui dépouillés de leur "moi" sont dépeints comme des caractères. L`intime n`est donc pas celui du "moi" de l`être mais naît du déséquilibre crée par les mots, qui tissent alors des liens rendus nécessaires entre les personnages.


Pierre Alféri est né à Paris en 1963. Il a fondé la revue `Détail` avec Suzanne Doppelt et est également co-fondateur de `La revue littéraire générale` avec Olivier Cadiot. Il est pensionnaire de l`Académie de France à Rome entre 1987 et 1988 et `écrivain résident` de la Fondation Royaumont entre 1991 et 1992. Pierre Alféri possède de nombreuses casquettes : il est à la fois romancier, traducteur d`ouvrages américains et russes, essayiste et poète.

Catalogue : 2006Mots croisés | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 2:45 | France | 2006
Pierre alferi , jacques julien
Mots croisés
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 2:45 | France | 2006

Pierre Alféri est né à Paris en 1963. Il a fondé la revue `Détail` avec Suzanne Doppelt et est également co-fondateur de `La revue littéraire générale` avec Olivier Cadiot. Il est pensionnaire de l`Académie de France à Rome entre 1987 et 1988 et `écrivain résident` de la Fondation Royaumont entre 1991 et 1992. Pierre Alféri possède de nombreuses casquettes : il est à la fois romancier, traducteur d`ouvrages américains et russes, essayiste et poète.

Pierre alferi
Catalogue : 2005In time | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 16:30 | France | 2005
Pierre alferi
In time
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 16:30 | France | 2005

Intime, de Pierre Alféri est un travail à la fois littéraire et vidéopoétique, où l`espace du voyage est celui de la langue. C`est une traversée en images, traversée de lieux et de paysages, et en mots, lettres adrésées à des anonymes, qui dépouillés de leur "moi" sont dépeints comme des caractères. L`intime n`est donc pas celui du "moi" de l`être mais naît du déséquilibre crée par les mots, qui tissent alors des liens rendus nécessaires entre les personnages.


Pierre Alféri est né à Paris en 1963. Il a fondé la revue `Détail` avec Suzanne Doppelt et est également co-fondateur de `La revue littéraire générale` avec Olivier Cadiot. Il est pensionnaire de l`Académie de France à Rome entre 1987 et 1988 et `écrivain résident` de la Fondation Royaumont entre 1991 et 1992. Pierre Alféri possède de nombreuses casquettes : il est à la fois romancier, traducteur d`ouvrages américains et russes, essayiste et poète.

Catalogue : 2006Mots croisés | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 2:45 | France | 2006
Pierre alferi
Mots croisés
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 2:45 | France | 2006

Pierre Alféri est né à Paris en 1963. Il a fondé la revue `Détail` avec Suzanne Doppelt et est également co-fondateur de `La revue littéraire générale` avec Olivier Cadiot. Il est pensionnaire de l`Académie de France à Rome entre 1987 et 1988 et `écrivain résident` de la Fondation Royaumont entre 1991 et 1992. Pierre Alféri possède de nombreuses casquettes : il est à la fois romancier, traducteur d`ouvrages américains et russes, essayiste et poète.

Selene alge
Catalogue : 2020Coming soon | Vidéo expérimentale | mp4 | couleur | 10:43 | Brésil | 2019
Selene alge
Coming soon
Vidéo expérimentale | mp4 | couleur | 10:43 | Brésil | 2019

Coming Soon appropriates 218 intertitles of movie trailers, from the 1930s until 2019. The intertitles are juxtaposed and edited chronologically, in order to keep only the information "coming soon". In about 10 minutes, a wait is created by repeating this cinematic expression, in which it is not known exactly what is being expected - if it is something external to the video or if it is an event in itself. Something is always coming; it never comes and/or it has already arrived.

Selene Alge [1986, São Paulo, Brazil] is a visual artist graduated from Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado - FAAP. From 2016 to 2017, the artist was at residence in Cité Internationale des Arts, in Paris, where she returned in 2019 to continue a research on movie theater memories. In the last years she has participated in exhibitions and film festivals, such as the Mostra do Filme Livre, at Banco do Brasil Cultural Center in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and the Federal District; and the Mostra Strangloscope, in Florianópolis.

Abu ali
Catalogue : 2007Los Sures | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 12:0 | Espagne | USA | 2007
Abu ali
Los Sures
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 12:0 | Espagne | USA | 2007

Los Sures, au premier niveau, est un detournement autour de South Street, Brooklyn New York, avec son front de mer, ses terrains vagues, ses gens; un quartier dur et pauvre d'une megalopole. Mais au final, ce film est un voyage interieur dans un paysage de symboles et de metaphores sortis de la vie de tous les jours, un voyage à travers


Toni Serra * Abu Ali Barcelona 1960. Lives in between Duar Msuar (Morocco) and Barcelona (Spain). videos, mass-media archaeology, video-installation, interactives,.. Most of my works are positioned on a tense line between the inner experience...and the social field dominated by a growing dispositives of control, manipulation of identities and communities. This exploration meets issues as: erasing and constructing identities through the media (The TV Code Series), constructing realities through video games and ?expanded reality? (Babylon Archives ? The War Room),...the ?ritual climax? and the interzone space of the dreams as a doors to ?other realities? as well as realities of the ?other?. I am also a founder member of OVNI Archives - Observatorio de Video No Identificado (www.desorg.org), where I am doing research and programming: - Exodus, The Margins of the Empire - Colonial Dream and Autononous Zones, - Resistances, - Post Sept 11th, - Communities, - Media vs Identity, Other programms curated: - TransArab - City Unrest - (...)

Catalogue : 2010al barzaj | Vidéo | dv | couleur | 14:0 | Espagne | Maroc | 2010
Abu ali
al barzaj
Vidéo | dv | couleur | 14:0 | Espagne | Maroc | 2010

1960 born in Barcelona (Spain) 1981 graduates in History of Art and Philosophy at the University of Barcelona since 1982 freelance writer studies photography, video and film at the School of Visual Arts, New York since 1990 works with video, foto and other media founding member of ?La 12 Visual?, an independent videoartist group created several compilations of video (Wahab, Istishara and others) develops the Babylon Archives lives in Barcelona and Marocco

Dana aljouder
Catalogue : 2013Tiles | Performance | hdcam | couleur | 1:0 | Koweït | Royaume-Uni | 2013
Dana aljouder
Tiles
Performance | hdcam | couleur | 1:0 | Koweït | Royaume-Uni | 2013

Filmed in a neglected expat housing complex in Hawalli, this out of context mirage disorients the familiarity or nostalgia of the space. The multicultural neighborhood vibrates with a multicultural working force who have consciously migrated from their diverse backgrounds to participate in the daily routine designated by a profiting developer. The tiling of the colonnade, as is the tiling of the dress, is reflective of the blurring of these expat cultures to camouflage within the existing- the existing which is not only foreign to them but foreign to the space - creating the out of context "Where am I?" phenomenon. These diverse cultures try to adapt to a "?" culture imposed by another country whilst struggling to identify between pre-imposed ethnic stereotypes and their traditional heritage. The freedom of the body is limited to the disproportion of the imposed cage, irritated within the larger cage of the structure.

Dana Aljouder is a designer, writer, and performance artist who graduated with a Bachelors Architecture from Pratt Institute in 2009. She received the Twinings Scholarship to research allegories of the Medici in Renaissance Art in Florence, and is currently an academic researcher for the Kuwait Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2014. She has also presented her furniture "The Chair" at Higgins Hall Gallery in Brooklyn in 2009 and "Kursi" at the Design Terminal in Budapest in 2013. She has worked with OOS on the winebox installations of the Albert Reichmuth showroom in Zurich. Aljouder has also collaborated with sound artist Bassem Mansour at the Beirut Art Center show "Exposures" and Altofest Performance Festival in Naples in 2012 and 2013.

Bassam alkhouri
Catalogue : 2006Untitled | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 2:35 | Syrie | 2005
Bassam alkhouri
Untitled
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 2:35 | Syrie | 2005

Nous communiquons de plus en plus à travers notre propre façon de penser, sans essayer de comprendre la mentalité, le passé, les opinions politiques de 'l'autre'. "Untitled" : il est debout derrière la fenêtre, mettant en oeuvre tous ses sens. Le dialogue entre en scène.


Bassam Alkhouria a éudié à l'académie des beaux-arts de Damas en Syrie, où il a obtenu une licence de commnunication visuelle en 1993. Il a ensuite participé au programme de recherche et de pratique artistique au Dutch Art Institute à Enschede, Pays-Bas, de 2003 à 2005. Ses oeuvres ont été présentées aux occasions suivantes : mai 200- - "Here as the center of the world", Dutch Art Institute, NIASD, Damas, Syrie; mai/juin 2006 - 6ème édition des Journées de la photographie de Damas, Centre culturel français de Damas, Syrie; mars 2006 - Festival International d'Art Vidéo de Casablanca, Maroc; mai 2005 - Open Daizzz, Dutch Art Institute, Enschede, Pays-Bas; A Consumption of Justice, Centre d'art de la galerie d'art de la ville Diyarbakir, Turquie; avril 2005 - Centre d'art de Dyarbakir, Turquie; novembre 2004 - Crossing The Border Opstandingskerk, Enschede, Pays-Bas; avril 2004 - The Big Communication, Nanjing Art Academy, Chine; mars 2003 - Howden Festival, East Yorkshire, Angleterre; avril 2003 - Assyrian New Year Convention City Hall, Hengelo, Pays-Bas; mars 2002 - AL-Tajalliat ('Les visions'), Holy cross halls, Damas, Syrie; sept. 2000 - Darat Al Funun, la Maison der arts, Amman, Jordanie; mai 2000 - Semaine de la passion, Eglise arménienne, Damas, Syrie; mai 1997 - Semaine de la passion, The Round Theatre, Damas, Syrie; janvier 1994 - Many and Almanawia, Goethe-Institut, Damas, Syrie. Depuis son arrivée aux Pays-Bas en 2004, il s'intéresse au travail de la vidéo, dérivé de ses expériences quotidiennes.

Emanuel almborg
Catalogue : 2008Newsreel | Art vidéo | dv | couleur | 8:50 | Suède | 2008
Emanuel almborg
Newsreel
Art vidéo | dv | couleur | 8:50 | Suède | 2008

« Newsreel » peut être considéré comme une tentative de décrire et déconstruire l'esthétique des journaux télévisés en prenant comme point de départ un journal du Channel 4 suédois. Les informations quotidiennes jouent un grand rôle dans notre vie de tous les jours. Nous devenons de plus en plus dépendants et habitués à la qualité informative des nouveaux médias. Ils nous font prendre conscience du monde qui nous entoure et du débat mondial. En même temps, on pourrait soutenir que le journal télévisé repose souvent sur une structure narrative que l?on retrouve dans l'histoire du cinéma. « Newsreel » tente d?examiner si, et comment, le présentateur, le décor du studio, et la structure des informations se réfèrent à des règles narratologiques, et ce qui se passe si on les enfreint. S?il est vrai que l'objectif du journal est de nous informer de manière intelligible sur des questions et des événements importants et urgents, l?auteur voudrait repartir de ce qui rend les choses compréhensibles ainsi que poser la question plus large : qu?est-ce que l'intelligibilité ? En séparant les informations des procédés qui en communiquent le contenu, l?auteur veut créer la possibilité de prendre de la distance et de regarder le journal télévisé d?un ?il différent.


Emanuel almborg www.sakerna.se/emanuel Born in Stockholm, Sweden 1981, lives and works in London and Stockholm. Education: 2005 ? 2007 MFA, Fine art Goldsmiths College, London
 2001 - 2004 BA, Fine art Konstfack, Stockholm 
Selected Group Exhibitions and Solo Shows: 2008 MI2 B.I.G ProjectSpace, K44, Athens 2008 Loop international festival and fair for video art, Barcelona 2008 Videotheque Sala Rekalde, Bilbao 2008 Auction in a suitcase, 1:1 projects, Rome 2007 One must be so careful these days. Alma Enterprises, London 2007 MFA Degree show, Goldsmiths College, London 2007 Michael Poppyfield projects, Cal Arts, Los Angeles 2006 Goldsmiths MFA survey, Gallery white Box, New York 2006 Rag and Bone, Three Colts Gallery, London 2006 The Union, Collaborative project at Gallery Meals & SUVs, London 2005 Sakerna, magazine/installation, Stockholm ArtFair, Stockholm 2004 Been Here Too Long, Video, Gallery SAK, Stockholm 2004 The Second City, Video, Group show at Kulturhuset (Culture House) Stockholm 2003 Första Saken, Collaborative project at Gallery Konstfack, Stockholm 2002 Hyères Festival des arts de la Mode, France Other Projects: 2007 Artist Clothing at Tensta konsthall, photographer for project. Catalogue and poster. 2005 Beckmans Initiator/Tutor for workshop at Beckmans college Stockholm. 2004 Andra Saken Magazine (Distributed around the world) 2003 Första Saken Magazine (Distributed around the world) 2004 www.sakerna.se Website 2003-2006 Founder, Editor, Photographer, filmmaker, Sakerna Magazine and Project (www.sakerna.se)   Selected Bibliography:   2006 Sede, (Magazine) 2006 Influences, Die Gestalten Verlag (collection of art/desig book) 2005 Übersee, Die Gestalten Verlag (collection of art/design Book) 2002 Super, Die Gestalten Verlag (collection of art/design Book) 2001 Desire, Steidl (collection of photography Book) 
 



Catalogue : 2015The Majority Never Has Right On Its Side | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 40:0 | Suède | Royaume-Uni | 2013
Emanuel almborg
The Majority Never Has Right On Its Side
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 40:0 | Suède | Royaume-Uni | 2013

The Majority Never Has Right on its Side is a film project about the Summerhill School in England, established in 1921 and still open. The school is known for its anti-authoritarian pedagogy built on the egalitarian principles of A.S. Neill, a socialist schoolmaster from Scotland often described as a “cynical utopian”. The film looks at the school today in relation to its “image” by using the school’s own film and video archive.

Emanuel Almborg’s work is often research-based and includes film, photography, installation and lectures and deals with themes around community and communication, utopian imagination, history and education. His work has recently been shown at Moderna Museet, Malmö and Elizabeth Foundation, New York. He finished the Whitney Independent Study program in New York, 2015 and is currently a PhD candidate at The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden.

Bon alog
Catalogue : 2017Summa summarum | Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 5:46 | Lituanie | 2017
Bon alog
Summa summarum
Film expérimental | hdv | couleur | 5:46 | Lituanie | 2017

The characteristics of our subconsciousness has its own model of reality. Human-being is trying to distinguish where simulation starts and ends. But the self-reflection of consciousness is full of absurdity itself... What is REAL? And what is REALLY happening?

2015 - present BA in Photography and Media art, Vilnius Academy of Arts (Lithuania) 2017.10 - 2018.02 Photography and Time-based arts, Bucharest national university of Arts (Romania) 2009 - 2013 BA in Creative industries, Vilnius Gediminas technical university (Lithuania) 2012 Spring semester - Multimedia, Tomas Bata university (Czech Republic)

Catalogue : 2019I will not | Installation vidéo | mp4 | couleur | 2:29 | Lituanie | 2019
Bon alog
I will not
Installation vidéo | mp4 | couleur | 2:29 | Lituanie | 2019

The Hippocratic oath is known as a golden ideal standard of ethics for professionals working in the field of medical science. The Hippocratic oath and its modern version is relevant as a division between the power of killing and medical treatment. An extract of oath is chosen emphasize a moral pledge, which starts with negative form promise – I will not. Repetitive militaristic movements and hunting simulation is used as an imperative of security forces, defense, discipline and power relations in biotechnology context.

Bon Alog (LT) is a media artist. She graduated BA in Photography and Media arts at the Vilnius Academy of Arts and BA in creative industries at Vilnius Gediminas technical university. Bon works with video, film, installations and photography.