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Milutin gubash
Catalogue : 2016Language Lesson | Vidéo | 0 | couleur | 1:42 | Canada | Serbia | 2016
Milutin gubash
Language Lesson
Vidéo | 0 | couleur | 1:42 | Canada | Serbia | 2016

Language Lesson (2016) intercuts two tracking shots -- a shaky handheld approach to the Yugoslav dictator’s mausoleum, with a smooth following shot of my Yugoslav mother walking through her Canadian apartment corridor, and entering the small living quarters in which she will almost certainly pass the remainder of her days. If she’s not exactly an exile, she’s certainly cut off from her past, her friends, the sites where she grew up and feels most familiar, or so we may imagine just upon hearing her accent, which comes in the form of voiceover, where she gives us a little lesson in speaking Serbian. She says things like, “This is here, this is mine, this is shit, I don’t like this…”, alternating in English, then Serbian (subtitled in French). The thoughts expressed range from neutral, to (perhaps) happy, to disappointed or displeased. As she walks, her thoughts seem to change. Similarly, a change happens on the approach to the mausoleum, which at first appears lavish, in sparkling marble. We don’t know at first where we are, other than in a cemetery, the burial site of someone very esteemed, wealthy, important. After short bursts of the approach, we eventually see the name of Tito, which perhaps causes us to reflect on opulence in a land where there was seldom plenty. The camera drops quickly to the ground, where we apprehend a struggle between a colony of ants, which crawl in and out of the cracks in the marble base of the crypt, each fighting for the corpse of a fly. Notions of sacrifice and fellowship in the common pursuit of attaining a progressive, egalitarian social order, rapidly give way to an each-for-their-own, eat-or-be-eaten state of affairs.

Milutin Gubash est né à Novi Sad (Serbie) et vit à Montréal (Canada) depuis 2005. Il a présenté des expositions au Québec, au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe y compris au Musée d’art contemporain (2007) et une rétrospective coproduites par six institutions au travers le Canada (Rodman Hall Art Centre 2011, Carleton University Art Gallery 2012, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery 2012, Southern Alberta Art Gallery 2012, Musée d’art de Joliette 2012 et Fonderie Darling 2013). Sa pratique englobe la photographie, la vidéo et la performance et inclut souvent la participation de sa famille et amis qui incarnent une version d’eux-mêmes dans des feuilletons maison, des réinterprétations historiques et de pièces de théâtre improvisées. Par des moyens simples et des gestes souvent absurdes, Gubash questionne nos suppositions au sujet des récits de nos propres identités, histoires et environnements.

Catalogue : 2016Vesna at Monument | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 3:46 | Canada | Serbia | 2016
Milutin gubash
Vesna at Monument
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 3:46 | Canada | Serbia | 2016

In Vesna At the Monument (2016), a humble middle aged woman appears on the site of a dilapidated, in-the-middle-of-nowhere monument, erected likely in the time when she was youthful and at her most optimistic. The monument was commissioned in order to commemorate the heroic actions of common citizens in their struggle against fascism, and desire to promote and participate in a progressive, utopic state. She shuffles past the monument, and sits to smoke a cigarette. Off screen, a voice is heard, asking her questions such as what is the meaning of this place, this monument, this moment. She does not answer, as though she does not hear the question, even while acknowledging the camera, and the voice itself. It could, one supposes, be the voice of the cameraman or director, a voice in the subject’s own head, perhaps the voice of the monument itself, trying to ascertain the meaning of itself in this day and age. It gets no reply, and eventually (perhaps fed up with the question), she simply leaves, with the interlocutor left in his own uncertainty. The video seems to reject or deny a past, while expressing grave uncertainty to the future.

Milutin Gubash est né à Novi Sad (Serbie) et vit à Montréal (Canada) depuis 2005. Il a présenté des expositions au Québec, au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Europe y compris au Musée d’art contemporain (2007) et une rétrospective coproduites par six institutions au travers le Canada (Rodman Hall Art Centre 2011, Carleton University Art Gallery 2012, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery 2012, Southern Alberta Art Gallery 2012, Musée d’art de Joliette 2012 et Fonderie Darling 2013). Sa pratique englobe la photographie, la vidéo et la performance et inclut souvent la participation de sa famille et amis qui incarnent une version d’eux-mêmes dans des feuilletons maison, des réinterprétations historiques et de pièces de théâtre improvisées. Par des moyens simples et des gestes souvent absurdes, Gubash questionne nos suppositions au sujet des récits de nos propres identités, histoires et environnements.

Mark gubb
Catalogue : 2008The Death of Peter Fechter | Création numérique | dv | couleur et n&b | 55:0 | Royaume-Uni | 2007
Mark gubb
The Death of Peter Fechter
Création numérique | dv | couleur et n&b | 55:0 | Royaume-Uni | 2007

La vidéo « The Death of Peter Fechter » est un documentaire sur une performance live unique, une reconstitution de l'assassinat de Peter Fechter, un citoyen de la RDA âgé de 18 ans, touché par balle et mortellement blessé lors d?une tentative d'évasion au dessus du mur de Berlin le 17 août 1962. Même si Peter n'a été ni le premier, ni le dernier à mourir dans une telle tentative d?échappement, il s?agit là d?un moment important dans l'histoire du mur. Son histoire a fait la une de la presse mondiale, car, après avoir été la cible de nombreux tirs et frappes, il est retombé dans le no man?s land, où il est resté étendu pendant une heure en appelant à l'aide et en perdant lentement son sang jusqu?à la mort, tandis que la foule de Berlin-Ouest réunie contre le mur tentait de convaincre les gardes de l'aider. Des deux côtés du mur, les gardiens ne se sont pas déplacés pour lui porter secours.


Mark Gubb est né en 1974, il vit et travaille actuellement à Nottingham (Royaume-Uni). Il travaille avec toute une gamme de médias, notamment la sculpture, la vidéo, le son, les installations et la performance. Parmi ses récents projets et ses expositions, citons notamment « Out of Bounds: The 5 Codes Tours » ? une nouvelle commission pour la Cornerhouse de Manchester (Royaume-Uni) dans le cadre du lancement de l?Olympiade culturelle ?, « Here Today », « Gone Tomorrow », « The City Gallery », « Leicester » et « The Death of Peter Fechter » ? pour l?Institute of Contemporary Arts de Londres (Royaume-Uni). Il a été invité dans de nombreuses résidences artistiques, notamment par la Cove Park Production Residency de Cove Park (Écosse) en 2008, l?Arts Council England International Fellow, le Bunkier Sztuki de Cracovie (Pologne) en 2005, le Wheatley Fellowship du BIAD de Birmingham (Royaume-Uni) en 2004, et le Romantic Detachment du PS1 Contemporary Art Center du MoMA de New York (USA) en 2004.

Chris gude
Catalogue : 2017Mariana | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 64:0 | USA | Colombie | 2017
Chris gude
Mariana
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 64:0 | USA | Colombie | 2017

The Guajira is a borderland peninsula between Colombia and Venezuela of resolute natives as well as disinherited adventurers. Some there take advantage of the peripheral territory to smuggle through isolated ports and over rugged landscape. They write their rebellious proclamation in the sands of crisscrossing desert paths and their rusted motors accompany their solitary voices with an unorthodox music, animating their indiscipline and adhesion to pure movement.

Chris Gude (1985, New York) studied geography and anthropology at Middlebury College. His first film, MAMBO COOL (2013), exhibited at FIDMarseille, Viennale, Punto de Vista, Mar del Plata, Cartagena, among others. His second film, MARIANA (2017), also premiered at FIDMarseille and won Best Director at the Ourense International Film Festival.

Tito guedes, manuel ogando
Catalogue : 2005From park to park | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 3:40 | Portugal | 2003
Tito guedes , manuel ogando
From park to park
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 3:40 | Portugal | 2003

Portrait expérimental de la ville comme expérience d`elle-même : les images sont trop intenses et parfois le bruit infernal. Indie Lisboa. Festival de Cinema Indépendant de Lisbonne, 2004.


gueli
Catalogue : 2012LA FABRIL - work in progress | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 17:40 | Argentine | Italie | 2012
gueli
LA FABRIL - work in progress
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 17:40 | Argentine | Italie | 2012

The images of a virgin Argentina, out from a private photographic archive, become present landscape: the river, the forest, the road: everything seems unchanged... except a ruined cotton factory, ghost of the collapse of a model of development imported from Europe, which is now a few teenager`s playground.

Caterina Gueli an italo-argentinean director/editor based in Paris. ?La Fabril? is a work in progress, through which she deepens the research engaged in her precedent two short films : Resistencia (Premio Avanti! Torino Film Festival 2007, Best Soundtrack Genova Film Festival 2008, etc.) and Somewhere (2009). She has participated to the realization of Il Canto dei Nuovi Emigranti (Best Documentary Torino Film Festival 2005) and In Attesa dell`Avvento (Best Short Film - Mostra del Cinema di Venezia 2011 ? Orizzonti) of Felice D`Agostino and Arturo Lavorato.

Rafael guendelman hales
Catalogue : 2012Paisaje: Mis pies en la noche, el mar en mis pies. | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:59 | Chili | 2012
Rafael guendelman hales
Paisaje: Mis pies en la noche, el mar en mis pies.
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:59 | Chili | 2012

Landscape: My feet at night, the sea on my feet (2012) This work was born as a late work from the project ?Between Iloca and Dichato? which tried to capture, by means of a trip, the marginal and unmediated consequences of the Chilean Tsunami, one year later. The space reveals the weight of time, where in the year since the Tsunami things haven´t changed radically. Compared with ?Man?, this video focuses on the landscape using steady and long shots as a strategy to capture those ?after? spaces. The silence of the field, contrasted with the government speech; the Sea goes up and down, the man is just a viewer, or another piece from the picture.

Rafael Guendelman, was born in Santiago of Chile, in 1987. Bachelor in Visual Arts and degree on Theory of Cinema from Catholic University, Chile. In the same University has been Teacher Assistant in the Video Art and Workshop classes for several years. Rafael works as a visual artist and video maker. He has participated in group exhibits and video screenings in Chile, the USA, France, Israel, Palestinian territories and others. This year he has been living in/between Middle East and Europe, filming in the Palestinian territories and Israel, and participating in the international residency program of ZK/U, the ?Center for arts and Urbanistics? in Berlin.

Catalogue : 2012Hombre: a veces por la noche pierdo mi mente | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 11:26 | Chili | 2012
Rafael guendelman hales
Hombre: a veces por la noche pierdo mi mente
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 11:26 | Chili | 2012

Man: Sometimes in the night I lose my mind (2011) This work was part of the project ?Between Iloca and Dichato.? It tried to capture, by means of a trip, the marginal and unmediated consequences of the Chilean Tsunami, one year later. It´s a choral story of the experience from interviews with people who witnessed the wave. The video shows ideas, abstractions and derivations of what happened that night, putting the emphasis on the paradoxical perception of the people; between humor and tragedy. A fragmented narrative emerges naturally from the memory pieces of the people.

Rafael Guendelman, was born in Santiago of Chile, in 1987. Bachelor in Visual Arts and degree on Theory of Cinema from Catholic University, Chile. In the same University has been Teacher Assistant in the Video Art and Workshop classes for several years. Rafael works as a visual artist and video maker. He has participated in group exhibits and video screenings in Chile, the USA, France, Israel, Palestinian territories and others. This year he has been living in/between Middle East and Europe, filming in the Palestinian territories and Israel, and participating in the international residency program of ZK/U, The ?Center for arts and Urbanistics? in Berlin.

Felipe guerrero
Catalogue : 2014Nelsa | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 13:0 | Colombie | 2014
Felipe guerrero
Nelsa
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 13:0 | Colombie | 2014

A mission in the middle of the Colombian jungle. Time seems to have stopped. There is something sinister in the air. The ambiance is tense. Hot and humid. A man surrounded by an environment that burns himfrom the inside. Power, poetry, violence. Everything happens in an instant, leaving everyone breathless.

Director and editor Felipe Guerrero was born in Colombia in 1975. His first film Paraíso(2006) received the Mention Spécial for First Films at FIDMarseille. Corta(2012), his second film, premiered in the BrightFuture Section at the Rotterdam FF 2012, and was exhibited in Festivals around the world (FICCICartagena de Indias, BAFICI Buenos Aires, JIFF Jeonju,FIDOCS Santiago de Chile, DISTRITAL México DF, SPLITCroacia, DOKLeipzig, La Habana). As an editor, he worked in films exhibited and awardedinternationally, among them: Los Hongos(2014), La playaDC(2012), El páramo(2011), El vuelco del Cangrejo (2009). In 2011 he founded his own production company Mutokino.

Felipe guerrero
Catalogue : 2007Paraíso | Doc. expérimental | super8 | couleur et n&b | 55:0 | Colombie | 2006
Felipe guerrero
Paraíso
Doc. expérimental | super8 | couleur et n&b | 55:0 | Colombie | 2006

PARAÍSO est une évocation poétique d'un pays et de sa mémoire historique, un portrait intime de la vie contemporaine en Colombie. Le grain doux du Super 8 fait vibrer la réalité d'un pays plongé dans une guerre sans fin.


Felipe Guerrero est né en 1975 en Colombie et vit à Buenos Aires. Il a étudié le montage au Centre Expérimental de Cinématographie de Rome et travaille comme monteur en Europe et en Amérique Latine.

Felipe guerrero
Catalogue : 2012Corta | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 69:0 | Colombie | Argentine | 2012
Felipe guerrero
Corta
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 69:0 | Colombie | Argentine | 2012

Through the means of a still fixed camera and the rhythmic strengtht granted by on-camera editing; Corta is a film centered upon the hypnotic extenuation generated by the body movements of sugar cane cutters. A contemplation of the frenziness and softness of the performatic gestures of hand labour while the surrounding plantations act as an omnipresent backdrop as the canes disappear. Corta is a pure cinematic experience about the natural and everyday ritual of a timeless world.

Felipe Guerrero holds a degree in Film Editing from the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, in Rome, Italy. As an editor he has worked in internationally exhibited and award-winning films. In 2006 he made his directing debut with the documentary Paraíso, which was awarded at FID Marseille. Corta is his second film. He lives in Buenos Aires.

Adler guerrier
Catalogue : 2015untitled - rhetoric that preaches revolution | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 23:19 | Haiti | USA | 2008
Adler guerrier
untitled - rhetoric that preaches revolution
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 23:19 | Haiti | USA | 2008

Dans Untitled (Rhetoric that Preaches Revolution), je voulais faire une pièce qui se concentrerait sur la voix d’un groupe d’artistes et qui serait éclairée par les fondements structurels de leurs œuvres. L’accent est mis en partie sur ce qu’ils voudraient dire à la lumière des évènements mondiaux et régionaux. La pièce se base sur des enregistrements de journaux télévisés et des images assemblées des unes de la presse écrite relatant l’actualité, principalement de 1965 à 1968, comme Martin Luther King marchant vers Selma, Malcolm X en train de parler, des membres du Black Panther Party en confrontation avec les médias et la police, le soulèvement du Watts, des manifestants étudiants avec des revendications et des ouvriers en contestation. Lire ces images, d’un point de vue sympathisant, et les transformer en œuvres constituaient mon objectif général.


Adler Guerrier creates visual dialogue between a wunderkammer of materials and techniques. Guerrier improvises between form and function to nimbly subvert space and time in constructions of race, ethnicity, class, and culture. He calls upon the democratizing nature of collage and the authority of formal composition to designate to art history an axis of contemporary identity critique. Often chronicling the hybridity and juxtaposition in his immediate environs, Guerrier practices a contemporary flaneurie in an impending age of post-demography. Adler Guerrier was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and lives and works in Miami, FL, where he received a BFA at the New World School of the Arts. Guerrier recently had a solo exhibition at Perez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL. He has exhibited work at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, FL; The Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL; Harn Musem of Art, Gainesville, FL; and The Whitney Biennial 2008. His works can be found in public collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, and the Studio Museum in Harlem, NY. His work has appeared in Art Forum, Art in America, The New York Times and ARTNews, among others.

Vincent guilbert
Catalogue : 2017Brutalement, le silence (Savagely, Silence) | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 20:30 | France | Japon | 2016
Vincent guilbert
Brutalement, le silence (Savagely, Silence)
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 20:30 | France | Japon | 2016

21 décembre 2015. Les images d’une caméra de surveillance montrent un renard à proximité de la cuve de confinement du réacteur no.2 de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima..


Né en 1976 à Saint-Denis, France. Parallèlement à ses recherches sur la texture de l’image (qu’elle soit en pellicule, ou numérique) et le son, les thèmes développés à travers ses films sont essentiellement liés au Temps, à la mémoire et au fragment.

Catalogue : 2018Gestures | Documentaire | hdv | couleur et n&b | 31:0 | France | 0 | 2017
Vincent guilbert
Gestures
Documentaire | hdv | couleur et n&b | 31:0 | France | 0 | 2017

Fragments d'une rencontre avec le musicien américain Loren Connors. Frôler les pulsations du temps, palper la matière, s'attarder sur l'imperceptible fragilité du geste...


Né en 1976 à Saint-Denis, France. Parallèlement à ses recherches sur la texture de l’image, les thèmes développés à travers ses films/photos sont essentiellement liés au Temps, à la mémoire et au fragment.

Mauricio guillÉn
Catalogue : 2013Avenida Progreso | Fiction | 16mm | noir et blanc | 20:0 | Mexique | 0
Mauricio guillÉn
Avenida Progreso
Fiction | 16mm | noir et blanc | 20:0 | Mexique | 0

Mr. Jocotot, a philosophy and ethics professor, has just collected final exams from his students and, unlike most other days, decides to take a taxi home. As he turns onto Avenida Progreso, a prominent street in Mexico City, he will come up against corruption and his ignorance will teach him a lesson.

Mauricio Guillén was born in México city in 1971. He studied at Parsons School in Paris, The Cooper Union in New York City and The Royal College of Art in London England. He currently lives in Frankfurt Germany where last summer, as part of an exhibition of his work, he presented the film AVENIDA PROGRESO at MMK (Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main).

Tamar guimaraes
Catalogue : 2018O Ensaio | Fiction expérimentale | mov | couleur | 56:0 | Brésil | 2018
Tamar guimaraes
O Ensaio
Fiction expérimentale | mov | couleur | 56:0 | Brésil | 2018

Isa, a young artist invited to propose a project for an exhibition, sets out to stage a dramatic adaptation of ‘The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas’, a satirical 19th-century novel by Machado de Assis. The rehearsal is marred by difficulties which the viewer must interpret as being due to the fact that Isa is a woman, young, black, all of the above, or as difficulties anyone would encounter. The novel delivers a mordant critique of Brazilian society in the guise of a satirical autobiography narrated by a dead protagonist. In 1880 its author foresaw the abolition of slavery that would happen in Brazil eight years later, but predicted that it would be a mere formal measure, informally everything would remain the same. The film was shot at the Ibirapuera pavilion designed by Oscar Niemeyer and its cast is made up of professional and non-professional actors, several of whom worked or currently work for the São Paulo Biennial Foundation. Featuring actors recast from another project Guimarães had worked on eight years earlier, O Ensaio is a film about the passage of time, about short lived revolutionary actions, about institutional memory, racism, and sexism in Brazil.

Tamar Guimarães (b. 1967, Belo Horizonte, BR, lives and works in Copenhagen) is a visual artist working with film and other forms of time based media, exploring situations both residual and contemporary, of art, architecture and the institutions that present them. She often works with actors alongside non-actors in semi-fictional short films. Another, more documentary strand of her work has delved into spectral architecture, ritual effervescence, states of rapture and their intersection with the nation state. Recent solo exhibitions include Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid; Jeu de Paume Satellite, Paris; Gasworks, London and the IMA Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane. Guimarães’ works have been included at the 33rd, 31st and the 29th São Paulo Biennial; the Belgian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennial; the International Exhibition at the 55th Venice Biennial; at the LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art (USA); Baltimore Museum of Art (USA); the 11th Sharjah Biennial (UAE); the Banff Centre, Alberta (CA); Malmö Museum (SE) and South London Gallery; the Guggenheim Museum, NY (USA); the SculptureCenter (NY/USA); the 7th Gwangju Biennial (SK); the 3rd Guanghzhou Triennial (CN); the Jumex museum, Mexico (MX); Frac/Le Plateau, Paris (FR); CAC Synagogue de Delme (FR).

Alexandra gulea
Catalogue : 2016Baiat de lemn | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 9:4 | Roumanie | 2016
Alexandra gulea
Baiat de lemn
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 9:4 | Roumanie | 2016

C’est au bout du conte que la sympathique poupée Pinocchio, se transformait en homme après avoir renoncé à faire des bêtises et s’être conformé au bon sens de rigueur. D’abord il s’était réjoui de cette récompense. Mais un beau jour, Pinocchio vit une multitude d’animaux empaillés dans un musée. Des êtres du passe, mais qui en même temps représentent bien plus que ce qu’elles étaient. Plus libres que lui, Pinocchio, libres de peupler son imagination. Mais le garçon en bois réalisa cela bien plus tard, quand, à l’âge adulte, il se rappela ses larmes en rentrant du musée, où, loups et ours l’attendaient le regard fixé sur lui.


Alexandra Gulea Vit et travaille entre la France, l’Allemagne et la Roumanie 1970 - née à Bucarest, Roumanie FORMATION 1988 - Lycée des Beaux-Arts “ N. TONITZA” – Bucarest, Roumanie Baccalauréat « arts plastiques » 1990 - Académie Nationale d’Art – Bucarest, Roumanie 1992/1993 - Ecole Régionale des Beaux-Arts - Rouen 1993/1997 - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) - Paris Diplômé avec les Félicitations du Jury (Atelier J.M Alberola) 1999/2012 – Etudes Film Documentaire, Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film (HFF) - München, Allemagne Diplôme

Catalogue : 2018Valea Jiului - Notes | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 13:30 | Roumanie | 2018
Alexandra gulea
Valea Jiului - Notes
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 13:30 | Roumanie | 2018

Children of the Jiu Valley are familiar with roads. Theirs but especially those of the adults. Roads through the tunnel, the mountains or the Valley. All the roads seem made to leave as well as to return. The parents of these children, once the inhabitants of an old industrial area of Romania, take now long roads to reach the West, wherever they may find work. They return too seldomly. They send money. Their children are a lot like orphans. Many of them experience depression. Some choose to take the fatal road to Paradise or Hell. Maybe with the hope of coming back to a kinder vale.

ALEXANDRA GULEA (1970, Bucuresti, Romania), graduated in 1997 at ENSBA in Paris. She studied documentary film at Munich Film School and since 1999 directed Documentary Films: “Anonymous”- 11`, 2000 International competition Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Prize fff bayern, Munich Documentary FF, Minority Prize Mediawave, Hungary . “God plays Sax, the Devil Violin” 45`, 2004, German Short Film Prize, Golden Key, Kassel, Best Student Film, Molodist, Ukraine, DAAD Prize, Germany, Prix du Film Long, Les Ecrans Documentaires, France, Mention Henry Langlois, Poitiers. IFF Rotterdam, Cinema du Reel Paris, IDFF München, IDAFF Leipzig, IKF Oberhausen, MoMA. “Today I was Young and Pretty” 52`, 2008, Festival dei Popoli, Firenze, Italy , Cronograf, Moldova, IFF Györ, Ungary, TIFF, Romania, MNAC, Romania, Institut Culturel Francais, Romania. Short films : « Wooden Boy » 10’, 2017, Rencontres Internationales Paris - Berlin, IKF Oberhausen. « Valea Jiului - Notes » 13’, 2018, Bucharest Experimental FF, Astra Sibiu, Prize for the Best German Film, IKF Oberhausen. As Fiction films she directed and edited: “The fourth wall"- 17`, 2001 with Werner Schroeter, IKF Oberhausen. “Hacker”, 5 x 52 min. TV-fiction, 2003. She wrote, directed and co-edited her first feature “Matei Child Miner” 2013 Nominated for the “Big Screen Award” IFF Rotterdam, Premio “Lino Micciché”, “Young Critics Award” at Pesaro IFF Italy. Prize at Regiofun IFF, Katowice, Poland. Cinema Jove Valencia IFF Spain, Zlin IFF Czech Republic, TIFF Romania, Anonimul Romania, FF Edu, Evreux, France. IWFF, Köln. Werkstatt Kino, München.

Alexandra gulea, nicu ilfoveanu
Catalogue : 2016Baiat de lemn | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 9:4 | Roumanie | 2016
Alexandra gulea , nicu ilfoveanu
Baiat de lemn
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 9:4 | Roumanie | 2016

C’est au bout du conte que la sympathique poupée Pinocchio, se transformait en homme après avoir renoncé à faire des bêtises et s’être conformé au bon sens de rigueur. D’abord il s’était réjoui de cette récompense. Mais un beau jour, Pinocchio vit une multitude d’animaux empaillés dans un musée. Des êtres du passe, mais qui en même temps représentent bien plus que ce qu’elles étaient. Plus libres que lui, Pinocchio, libres de peupler son imagination. Mais le garçon en bois réalisa cela bien plus tard, quand, à l’âge adulte, il se rappela ses larmes en rentrant du musée, où, loups et ours l’attendaient le regard fixé sur lui.


Alexandra Gulea Vit et travaille entre la France, l’Allemagne et la Roumanie 1970 - née à Bucarest, Roumanie FORMATION 1988 - Lycée des Beaux-Arts “ N. TONITZA” – Bucarest, Roumanie Baccalauréat « arts plastiques » 1990 - Académie Nationale d’Art – Bucarest, Roumanie 1992/1993 - Ecole Régionale des Beaux-Arts - Rouen 1993/1997 - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) - Paris Diplômé avec les Félicitations du Jury (Atelier J.M Alberola) 1999/2012 – Etudes Film Documentaire, Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film (HFF) - München, Allemagne Diplôme

Catalogue : 2018Valea Jiului - Notes | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 13:30 | Roumanie | 2018
Alexandra gulea , nicu ilfoveanu
Valea Jiului - Notes
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 13:30 | Roumanie | 2018

Children of the Jiu Valley are familiar with roads. Theirs but especially those of the adults. Roads through the tunnel, the mountains or the Valley. All the roads seem made to leave as well as to return. The parents of these children, once the inhabitants of an old industrial area of Romania, take now long roads to reach the West, wherever they may find work. They return too seldomly. They send money. Their children are a lot like orphans. Many of them experience depression. Some choose to take the fatal road to Paradise or Hell. Maybe with the hope of coming back to a kinder vale.

ALEXANDRA GULEA (1970, Bucuresti, Romania), graduated in 1997 at ENSBA in Paris. She studied documentary film at Munich Film School and since 1999 directed Documentary Films: “Anonymous”- 11`, 2000 International competition Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Prize fff bayern, Munich Documentary FF, Minority Prize Mediawave, Hungary . “God plays Sax, the Devil Violin” 45`, 2004, German Short Film Prize, Golden Key, Kassel, Best Student Film, Molodist, Ukraine, DAAD Prize, Germany, Prix du Film Long, Les Ecrans Documentaires, France, Mention Henry Langlois, Poitiers. IFF Rotterdam, Cinema du Reel Paris, IDFF München, IDAFF Leipzig, IKF Oberhausen, MoMA. “Today I was Young and Pretty” 52`, 2008, Festival dei Popoli, Firenze, Italy , Cronograf, Moldova, IFF Györ, Ungary, TIFF, Romania, MNAC, Romania, Institut Culturel Francais, Romania. Short films : « Wooden Boy » 10’, 2017, Rencontres Internationales Paris - Berlin, IKF Oberhausen. « Valea Jiului - Notes » 13’, 2018, Bucharest Experimental FF, Astra Sibiu, Prize for the Best German Film, IKF Oberhausen. As Fiction films she directed and edited: “The fourth wall"- 17`, 2001 with Werner Schroeter, IKF Oberhausen. “Hacker”, 5 x 52 min. TV-fiction, 2003. She wrote, directed and co-edited her first feature “Matei Child Miner” 2013 Nominated for the “Big Screen Award” IFF Rotterdam, Premio “Lino Micciché”, “Young Critics Award” at Pesaro IFF Italy. Prize at Regiofun IFF, Katowice, Poland. Cinema Jove Valencia IFF Spain, Zlin IFF Czech Republic, TIFF Romania, Anonimul Romania, FF Edu, Evreux, France. IWFF, Köln. Werkstatt Kino, München.

Stephen gunning
Catalogue : 2005Transmitter | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 4:0 | Irlande | Allemagne | 2004
Stephen gunning
Transmitter
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 4:0 | Irlande | Allemagne | 2004

Ce film a été tourné pendant une période où j'ai vécue et travaillé à Berlin. La tour désaffectée où le film a été réalisé, a eu une vie antérieure du temps de la RDA où elle abritait un centre administratif de services sociaux. Le film suit les mouvements de plaques en plastique que j'ai suspendues en haut des fenêtres au dernier étage de l'immeuble. La légèreté des feuilles en plastique fait que ses mouvements, générés par le vent subissent un fort ralentissement. Le jour du tournage, j'ai mis en place une station de radio pirate afin de diffuser une bande-son que j'avais enregistrée dans la cage d'escalier. Celle-ci se caractérise par un multiplexe sonore de rythmes et de bruits acoustiques de l'immeuble. Ces sons sont mixés par ordinateur et diffusés depuis un émetteur du haut d'un immeuble.


Stephen Gunning est né en 1974 à Limerick (Ireland) 1992/1995 - Limerick College of art and Design. 1998/2000 - National College of Art and Design, Dublin. 2001/03 - MFA Virtual Realities, NCAD, Dublin

Tine guns
Catalogue : 2017To Each His Own Mask | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 42:12 | Belgique | 2017
Tine guns
To Each His Own Mask
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 42:12 | Belgique | 2017

We live in times of crises and failing economic systems. No wonder that questions of change are recurrent. Protest culture is having a revival. Every revolution has its icons. Nowadays, we see the mask show up. Wearing a mask is a carnivalesque strategy. Carnival is a ritual, temporarily dismantling social and political regimes, suspending norms and values. But after this limited period of allowed disorder and change, the order is restored. So the question arises: does the current wave of protests serve as an illusion of carnival? Or have we forgotten the function of carnival? Have we forgotten that the purpose of the ritual is to remember? To Each His Own Mask is a challenging artistic documentary by filmmaker and visual artist Tine Guns, linked to her installation Perpetual Moment of Pause.

Tine Guns (1983) lives and works in Ghent, Belgium. Her videowork was screened at festivals like Jean Rouch Festival & Next Festival. She exhibited at Cinematek/BOZAR, Netwerk Aalst, Brakke Grond Amsterdam among others. Her photograpic work was selected for Voies Off Festival 2014, Encontras Da Imagem Braga, BruggeFoto & Salut d’Honneur de Jan Hoet. In 2015 she was selected for .tiff, Young Belgian Talent, Introduced by Fotomuseum (FoMu) Antwerp. She has self-published various photobooks such ass: Amoureux solitaire (2014), and The Diver (2014), After The Flood (2017), The Collector (2017). In 2015 “ The Diver ” was shortlisted as a finalist in the 2015 First Book Awards of MACK. “ To Each His Own Mask ”is her first Film In 2017 she received the First Price of Visual Arts, East of Flanders, Belgium

Crispin gurholt
Catalogue : 2008Live Photo II | Film expérimental | betaSP | couleur | 15:0 | Norvège | 2007
Crispin gurholt
Live Photo II
Film expérimental | betaSP | couleur | 15:0 | Norvège | 2007

Il y a un silence électrique. Nous assistons à un instant congelé dans une mise en scène de théâtre, avec le suspense d'un film de détective. Un vrai tableau présente deux êtres humains, vivant, respirant, pensant, situés dans l?espace étroit et confiné d'une sortie de secours. L'homme vient de tirer sur la femme. Est-ce l'avenir, le présent et le passé, réunis en un seul instant?


Crispin Gurholt est né en 1965 à Oslo. Il s?est diplômé à l'Académie Nationale Norvégienne des Beaux-arts en 1998 et à la New York University School of Continuing Education Film School (USA) en 1996.

Catalogue : 2009Live Photo III | Art vidéo | dv | couleur | 15:53 | Norvège | 2008
Crispin gurholt
Live Photo III
Art vidéo | dv | couleur | 15:53 | Norvège | 2008

"It`s like you`ve got yesterday, today and tomorrow in the same room. There is no telling what can happen" This line from the Award-winning film "I`m not there", about the life of Bob Dylan, conveys the same sense of a melding of time and place, and the uncertainty of what may happen, that defines Crispin Gurholt`s Live Photo... (Selene Wendt)

born 1965 in Oslo, Norway. Norwegian photo, installation and video artist. Education: Einar Granum Art School, Oslo Drawing and painting school. Was apprenticed to Odd Nerdrum (1992). Educated at the National Art Academy (1993-98) and New York University (Film School 1996). Gurholt is best known for his vivid tableaus "Live Photo", in which he problematized the relationship between reality and what`s beyond what we see. He makes use of the media`s language and exposes the often unpleasant situations, emotions and conditions. His works have been exhibited in Venice, Rome, Madrid, Paris, the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Art Copenhagen, Stenersen Museum, Vigeland Museum, the North Norwegian Art Museum and Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum. He has also produced a series of music videos, including for the rock band Turbonegro.

Crispin gurholt
Catalogue : 2010Room 120 live photo | Vidéo | dv | couleur | 3:0 | Norvège | 2010
Crispin gurholt
Room 120 live photo
Vidéo | dv | couleur | 3:0 | Norvège | 2010

we see a family in a hospital with a nurse, the scene is frozen in a moment, maybe in real time, maybe from memory, there is noting telling what has happened or what is going to happen, they are all captured in the same moment, they are remote and at the same time together, multiple stories in a shared moment. are we! with our objective view seeing all the truth in the given scene and moment? or are there multiple stories to be told as we float through everyday life.

Crispin Gurholt, born 1965 in Oslo, Norway. Norwegian photo, installation and video artist. Education: Einar Granum Art School, Oslo Drawing and painting school. Was apprenticed to Odd Nerdrum (1992). Educated at the National Art Academy (1993-98) and New York University (Film School 1996). Gurholt is best known for his vivid tableaus "Live Photo", in which he problematized the relationship between reality and what`s beyond what we see. He makes use of the media`s language and exposes the often unpleasant situations, emotions and conditions. His works have been exhibited in Venice, Rome, Madrid, Paris, the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Art Copenhagen, Stenersen Museum, Vigeland Museum, the North Norwegian Art Museum and Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum. He has also produced a series of music videos, including for the rock band Turbonegro. http://www.snl.no/Crispin_Gurholt

Catalogue : 2011Livephoto 2011 | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 3:3 | Norvège | 2011
Crispin gurholt
Livephoto 2011
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 3:3 | Norvège | 2011

There is an electric silence. We are witnessing a frozen moment in a staged drama with the suspense of a detective film. A real tableau presents living, breathing and thinking human beings located in the hills of Ekebergaasen in Oslo, Is this the future, the present and the past rolled into one single moment? We feel confused. What is happening. is the group of people lost or are they trespassing, Are they a part of the development we see in the background of the greenery, or are they forced out and away from the development? Are they passive or active?

Crispin Gurholt (b. 1965) is an artist working in the fields of photography, installation and video. He was educated at the Einar Granum Art School, Oslo Drawing and Painting School and was an apprentice to master painter Odd Nerdrum in 1992. He then attended National Academy of the Arts (1993-98), and the New York University Film School in 1996. Gurholt is best known for his vivid tableaus Live Photo, in which he problematized the relationship between reality and what`s beyond what we see. He makes use of the media`s language and exposes the often unpleasant situations, emotions and conditions. His works have been exhibited in Venice, Rome, Madrid, Paris, the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Art Copenhagen, Stenersen Museum, Vigeland Museum, the North Norwegian Art Museum and Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum. He has also produced a series of music videos, including for the rock band Turbonegro.

Catalogue : 2012Havanna, Cuba | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 17:0 | Norvège | Cuba | 2012
Crispin gurholt
Havanna, Cuba
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 17:0 | Norvège | Cuba | 2012

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Crispin Gurholt (f.1965 in Oslo) is a graduate of the National Art Academy in Oslo (1993-98) and New York University Film School (1996). He has had exhibitions in Venice, Rome, Turin, Madrid and Paris, the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Art Copenhagen, Stenersen Museum, Vigeland Museum, the North Norwegian Art Museum, Lillehammer Art Museum and Haugar Art Museum. Gurholt is participating in the 11th Havana Biennial. He has also been a set designer for several films and stage productions, and produced and directed numerous music videos, including videos for the Norwegian band Turbonegro.

Catalogue : 2013Paris | Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 3:4 | Norvège | 2013
Crispin gurholt
Paris
Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 3:4 | Norvège | 2013

In twilight we see a French limousine parked in front of a doorway next to a cash machine. In the back seat of the parked car is a middle-aged businessman. The private chauffeur is withdrawing money from the cash machine, and the driver`s car door is open. Next to the driver is a transvestite prostitute who is suggestive in his communication. Another transvestite prostitute leans against the limo`s rear window and is looking at the man in the back seat. In the dark doorway in the background we see the shadow of an elegant, masculine, Arab man, the pimp of the two prostitutes. Thematically the film points to the relationship between power, politics, money and sex, suggesting identity conflicts, double standards and hidden desires. The theme is archetypal, Machiavellian, and refers to a tacit acceptance of a system that helps to sustain an outdated patriarchy. As long as you don`t get caught everything is allowed! Recent sex scandals linked to European politicians, does not make the thematic less relevant. An intricate relationship between political and criminal groups is insinuated. The film is open and suggestive and apparently simple, but beneath the surface a complex communication pattern is unfolding.

Crispin Gurholt (f.1965) is a Norwegian artist based Berlin. He is a graduate of the National Art Academy in Oslo (1993-98) and New York University Film School (1996). He has exhibited in Havana, Venice, Rome, Turin, Madrid and Paris, the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Lillehammer Art Museum, Art Copenhagen, Stenersen Museum, Vigeland Museum, the North Norwegian Art Museum and Haugar Art Museum.

Catalogue : 2015Please Kill Me Live Photo # 27 | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 4:0 | Norvège | 2014
Crispin gurholt
Please Kill Me Live Photo # 27
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 4:0 | Norvège | 2014

The film Please Kill Me is a personal expression of my own account around the time we live in, pointing out one of our greatest challenges: The market and capital domination in the world. When economic growth is the strongest driving force, we experience increasing economic, social, cultural and, not least, enormous environmental challenges. It is no longer human, ideological or religious ideals that govern, but material growth. The feeling is this: We find ourselves not in a crisis resulting in radical restructuring, but are caught in a loop of repetition and denial, where genuine change appears impossible. In no way whatsoever does art stand outside this static situation. It stands in the midst of it and has no power to act as a genuine opposing force. The constant striving for ‘the new’ cannot expel the feeling that things are at a stand-still; the admonishment to establish micro-utopias in the increasingly sleek art institutions proves merely to repeat the imperative that each and every person should tend his or her own garden – or network; the mantra to summon ‘critical discourse’ does not hinder one’s thoughts from first and foremost revolving complacently around oneself. We know we are sitting in the same boat, and since we all know it is sinking, we try to sit as still as possible, so that at the very least it sinks slower. This is the artist`s confrontation with himself, the art scene and a world gone crazy spinning around itself, trapped in an eternal loop of repetition. In Please Kill Me the staged models have been assigned the same roles as they play in reality: In the gallery space you find the artist, curator, critic and gallerist frozen in a position where they are confronted with the allegation that art is dead.

Crispin Gurholt (b. 1965) is a Norwegian artist based in Oslo and Berlin. The density of his work reflects his versatility and the range of his studies, which in turn are essential to the creation of the highly composite universes of his Live Photos. Gurholt studied at the National Academy of Art in Oslo and The New York Film School SCE. He also has a background in scenography and directing. Since 2012 he has been teaching at The Art School of Rogaland in Norway. His Live Photos represent the sum of a wide-ranging expertise that, combined with social comment, presents a compelling picture of our time. Crispin Gurholt has an international reputation. His work and installations have been shown in Venice, Rome, Paris, Berlin, London, Copenhagen, Turin, Madrid, Cologne and Havana, as well as a number of major Norwegian art institutions. Gurholt is a receiver of the Norwegian Artist Grant since 2010.

Crispin gurholt
Catalogue : 2012Ved Ekebergåsen | | | couleur | 3:0 | Norvège | 2011
Crispin gurholt
Ved Ekebergåsen
| | couleur | 3:0 | Norvège | 2011

I walked along the road with two friends ? the sun was setting ? I felt a wave of sadness ? suddenly the sky turned blood-red ? I stopped, leaned against the fence, deathly tired ? I saw the clouds flaming like blood and swords, over the deep blue fjord and the city ? My friends walked on ? I stood there trembling with angst and fear ? I felt a great endless scream echo through nature. From Edvard Munch?s diary, 22 January 1892, Nice Five dark figures enclosed in a bushy piece of greenery. A rusty car door, a bicycle wreck, some planks. They are serious and concentrated, like grieving or as if lost in an endless waiting for Godot, gathered around an object that could be the root of a tree, a sculpture or a gravestone. Around them high-rise buildings are shooting up, dark clouds are hanging over the cranes. A threating storm is rolling in over the city and the fjord. One of the figures is holding a scythe; his face is like a dark empty hole, the mask frighteningly dead. Nature has lost its voice. The photograph By Ekebergåsen is a dystopian manifestation of the marginalised position of art and artists in society. The artist, rejected and hunted, has gone into hiding. The shelter is a small patch of uncultivated ground squeezed in between capitalistic and populist political forces. From here they fought their guerrilla war, and lost. Between Bjørvika and Christian Ringnes?s future sculpture park, a small group of art students have gathered. An old bunker serves as their gallery. No one knows they are there.

Crispin Gurholt (f.1965 in Oslo) is a graduate of the National Art Academy in Oslo (1993-98) and New York University Film School (1996). He has had exhibitions in Venice, Rome, Turin, Madrid and Paris, the Henie Onstad Art Centre, Art Copenhagen, Stenersen Museum, Vigeland Museum, the North Norwegian Art Museum, Lillehammer Art Museum and Haugar Art Museum. Gurholt is participating in the 11th Havana Biennial. He has also been a set designer for several films and stage productions, and produced and directed numerous music videos, including videos for the Norwegian band Turbonegro.

Maia gusberti
Catalogue : 2016Subtitles for an Unwritten Film | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:5 | Suisse | 2015
Maia gusberti
Subtitles for an Unwritten Film
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:5 | Suisse | 2015

The search for the underlying, essential message during the realization of an increasingly impossible seeming project becomes a reflexive, trance-like loop: the video piece rigorously rehearses artistic processes of creation and reflection, the conditions of production and the fear of failure. In a circular movement, as if the artist where spinning on her own axis in the studio, the camera scans the studio and all the objects, sketches and open processes it contains. Spaces open up – sometimes more distant, sometimes closer to the object of attention – as the camera traces a picture frame or traverses an urban landscape. Between old works pictured and image-like notes, cross-references emerge between image and text. The loop is repeated and constantly refined: at each screening the film is overwritten and thus becomes infinite and unfinished, continuously expanding and re-inscribing itself. Through this process, the artist repeatedly questions herself, thus highlighting her own as well as the general conditions of production.

Maia Gusberti *1971 born in Bern (CH) Lives and works in Brussels, Bern and Vienna 1986-93 Graphic Design Studies, Schule für Gestaltung, Biel (CH) 1996-02 MA Media Arts, Univ. f. applied Arts, Vienna (AT) 2096-10 Lives in Vienna (AT) Artist in residence in Sofia/Interspace, (EU) Artist in residence Paris/Cité des Arts (BMUKK), Artist in residence Cairo (PRO HELVETIA) 2006-11 Lives in Vienna(AT) and Cairo(EG) 2009 Artist in residence at PROGR Bern (CH) 2010-16 Lives in Bern (CH) and Vienna (AT) 2010 Main Award Aeschlimann Corti Stipendium (CH) 2011 Photography Award of Canton Bern Distinction (CH) 2012 Work Grant Photography 2012 of Canton Bern (CH) 2010-16 Artist in residence in Rome/IT (BMUKK) Artist in residence Amman/JO (PRO HELVETIA) Artist in residence Brussels/BE (Bains Connectives) Artist in residence Rotterdam/NL (Kaus Australis) Co-Initiant of Das Lehrerzimmer, Space for Books, Art and Cooking in Bern Member of RE-P.ORG, collective for visual and art concepts in Vienna & Bern Website: www.maiagusberti.net Email: m.gusberti@re-p.org Contact: (Postal adress) Maia Gusberti, Nydeggstalden 22, 3011 Bern Atelier: Atelier 311, PROGR, Waisenhausplatz 30, 3011 Bern (CH) Atelier: 24-26, Rue Lambert Crickx, 1070 Brussels (BE)