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Inger Lise hansen
Catalogue : 2011Travelling Fields | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:40 | Norvège | 2009
Inger Lise hansen
Travelling Fields
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 8:40 | Norvège | 2009

Travelling Fields focuses on a particular phenomenon occurring through a change of perspective and animated camera movements, as a way of redefining a place and its geography. Sections of the landscape are documented by moving the camera upside/down, one frame at the time, along a track. The film moves between different topographies and locations in the Kola Peninsula, Northern Russia. Shot in Northern Russia, Travelling Fields is the third film in Inger Lise Hansen's inverted perspective trilogy, following Proximity (2006) and Parallax (2009). The films focus on a particular phenomenon occurring through a change of perspective and animated camera movements, as a way of redefining a place and its geography. In these films sections of the landscape are documented by moving the camera one frame at the time, along a track. As each of the earlier films focus on one particular location, Travelling Fields offers a more complex viewing as it moves between different topographies and locations in the Kola Peninsula.

Inger Lise Hansen (b. 1963) was educated at North East London Polytechnic, St. Martin's College of Art, London and holds a Master of Fine Art in Filmmaking from San Francisco Art Institute. She has made a number of experimental animation films with support from Arts Council England, Film London and the Norwegian Film Institute, and has won several international awards such as Gold Prize for animation at the Bilbao Festival of Documentary and Short Films and the Chris Frayne Award for Best Animation at Ann Arbor International Film Festival. Her earlier films have been screened at Tate Modern, London, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm and Hiroshima Animation Festival.

Inger Lise hansen
Catalogue : 2018Tåke | Film expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 14:57 | Norvège | 0 | 2018
Inger Lise hansen
Tåke
Film expérimental | 16mm | couleur et n&b | 14:57 | Norvège | 0 | 2018

TÂKE is a landscape film capturing mysterious natural and man-made fog-obscured scenes in Beijing, Oslo, Azores and Newfoundland. The film observes the spectacle of fog through several different film- and video formats. It explores the behaviour of Super-8 and 16mm film alongside digital video against a visual obstacle. The variable formats are also used to create spatial shifts on the screen and work with ideas of obscured or filtered visions. Associations can be made between the grain in the film material and the tiny particles, or condensation nuclei, needed to form both fog and smog, such as pollen, sea salt, dust and particle pollution. In parallel to the image the soundtrack attempts to create an auditory fog. It compares the loss of visibility to the loss of audible frequencies. During the process of making the film the artist discovered that the way sound gets filtered in fog is similar to her own loss of hearing, where the high frequencies are no longer perceived. In the fog the tiny water droplets block the high frequencies from passing. The soundtrack is composed of sirens and signals, hearing tests samples and environmental sounds.

Inger Lise Hansen (b. 1963) is a visual artist with background in experimental film and animation. She studied Fine Art at University of East London (1989) and Central-St. Martin’s College of Art and Design (1991) and received a Master of Fine Art Filmmaking from San Francisco Art Institute in 1996. Since the nineties her film works has been screened in international institutions and galleries such as Tate Modern, National Gallery London, RI at Jeu de Paume Paris, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum and Malmö Konsthall. She has received a number of prizes from film festivals including Vienna Independent Shorts, Videoex, Ann Arbor and Oberhausen. Inger Lise lives and works in Oslo.

Mette hansen
Catalogue : 2006Twosome | Animation | dv | noir et blanc | 4:8 | Suède | 2004
Mette hansen
Twosome
Animation | dv | noir et blanc | 4:8 | Suède | 2004

La rencontre entre deux personnes et une relation qui va grandissante est une chose rare et simple. Dans ce scénario particulier, lorsque l´intérêt se porte sur l´aspect de "parité", l´accent est mis sur la communication, la dépendance, la confiance et l´intégrité. C´est une véritable épreuve que de garder un équilibre entre ces deux dimensions.


Je travaille comme artiste et peintre depuis le début des années 90. Mes études ont fait que je me suis intéressée à différents médias, et j´ai travaillé sur des installations en chambre, la sculpture et la photo. J´ai ensuite commencé à travailler avec la vidéo, et c´est ce que je fais depuis lors. J´ai fait des vidéos de films que j´avais étudié et que j´avais redécoupé/fait des remakes. Dernièrement j´utilise uniquement le texte et parfois les images vidéo animées.

Inger Lise hansen
Catalogue : 2007Proximity | Film expérimental | 35mm | couleur | 4:0 | Norvège | 2006
Inger Lise hansen
Proximity
Film expérimental | 35mm | couleur | 4:0 | Norvège | 2006

An upside-down time-lapse camera is moved frame by frame on a track along a beach inverting the ground and the sky. The camera moves through four shots recorded in different weather conditions. The result is a mysterious and disorienting space in accelerated time, where the originally solid ground at the top of the frame appears to be sliding past like a lava-stream. Proximity was shot on Super16mm film, on location in North Jutland, Denmark.

Inger Lise Hansen was educated at North East London Polytechnic, St. Martin's College of Art, London, and received a Masters of Fine Art Filmmaking from San Francisco Art Institute. She has made a number of experimental animation films with support from Arts Council England, Film London, and the Norwegian Film Institute, and has won several international prizes such as Gold Prize for animation at the Bilbao Festival of Documentary and Short Films, and the Chris Frayne Award for Best Animation at Ann Arbor International Film Festival. Her earlier films have been screened at Tate Modern, London; Institute of Contemporary Art, London; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm; and Hiroshima Animation Festival.

Mathieu Johan Hans hansen
Catalogue : 2018Le Monde Perdu | Doc. expérimental | mov | couleur | 19:11 | Danemark | 2018
Mathieu Johan Hans hansen
Le Monde Perdu
Doc. expérimental | mov | couleur | 19:11 | Danemark | 2018

In Le Monde Perdu time is slowed down as the camera moves through a local Zoo, the childhood home and a Planetarium. Merging these man-made sceneries into one setting the film comes to offer a reflection on personal and collective memory as well as our longing for belonging.

Mathieu J.H. Hansen is a Master student at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. In his work, he often merges larger cinematic constructions and fictional elements with smaller personal stories and documentary film archives, dealing with themes such as nostalgia, time and man-made nature.

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Felice hapetzeder
Catalogue : 2014Yesterday Was No Good Day (Lost Monuments) | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:0 | Suède | 2014
Felice hapetzeder
Yesterday Was No Good Day (Lost Monuments)
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 6:0 | Suède | 2014

An explorer in projects has reached the end of the road in search for creative meaning. The desire is to travel, the search for The Project and historical mystery. Is the artist a postcolonial tourist of sorts, a self-imposed challenger of cultural frontiers?

Born in Stockholm 1973. Studied at Konstfack, University College of Arts Crafts and Design, art department, MFA in 2002. Postgraduate video project Royal Institute of Art 2002-03. Part of art organization Local A. (with Jenny Berntsson since 2009). Co-founder of artist initiative ak28 (2003-2008) in Stockholm. Working with video, photography and workshops. Exhibitions and screenings include Oberhausen Short Film Festival 2014, Norrköping Art Museum, Acting in the City 2013. 5th Cairo Video Festival, Medrar, Cairo 2013. Struck Haninge konsthall 2012. Istanbul European Capital of Culture 2010. Uppsala Art Museum 2009. Istanbul Art Biennial, nightcomers 2007. La ciudad y el Barrio, 2a parte, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires 2006. Blick new Nordic cinema and video 2001-2002.

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Matti harju, joakim pusenius
Catalogue : 2011Afrikka | Fiction expérimentale | 16mm | couleur | 9:3 | Finlande | 2011
Matti harju , joakim pusenius
Afrikka
Fiction expérimentale | 16mm | couleur | 9:3 | Finlande | 2011

Glenn is in a state of acute psychosis.

Matti Harju (b. 1978, Finland) studied filmmaking at the National Film and Television School in the UK. His previous short films have been shown in numerous film festivals around the world including Clermont-Ferrand, Locarno, Rotterdam and Edinburgh.

Catalogue : 2015Tomorrow was Magnificent | Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 15:25 | Finlande | 2015
Matti harju , joakim pusenius
Tomorrow was Magnificent
Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 15:25 | Finlande | 2015

We hear the past like a sentimental echo from times when we came together, the future like an answer to our needs, and the present like a silence in which we alone are standing still. Tomorrow was Magnificent was born out of this silence, as an end and a new beginning of nothing – apeiron.

Joakim Pusenius (b. 1984) graduated with an MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2014. He also holds a BA in theoretical philosophy. Pusenius has exhibited in various galleries in Finland and his works have been shown at film screenings. Matti Harju (b. 1978) took his BA at the Institute of Design and Fine Arts in Lahti, studied at the National Film and Television School in the UK, and is now on the Master’s programme at the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki. His previous works have been shown at for example Rotterdam, Locarno, Edinburgh, BFI London and Torino film festivals.

Catalogue : 2016New Age | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 9:58 | Finlande | 2016
Matti harju , joakim pusenius
New Age
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 9:58 | Finlande | 2016

Speculative video essay about accelerationist pastel hues and semi-paranoid trademarks at the time when everything is nearing the end of the World.

Matti HARJU (b. 1978, Finland) is working in the rubbish bin of contemporary art including video, narrative cinema, text, drawing, installation, life as a jpeg performance. He has screened work at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Festival del film Locarno, Torino Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, AFI FEST Los Angeles and Clermont- Ferrand International Short Film Festival among others. Solo exhibitions include Gallery Sinne (collaboration with Joakim Pusenius) in March 2015 and Exhibition Laboratory Project Room in February 2016, both in Helsinki. Currently an MFA candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts, FI. He also studied film directing (MA in Directing Fiction) at the National Film and Television School, UK.

Catalogue : 2018Nueva Era | Fiction expérimentale | mov | couleur | 70:0 | Finlande | 2018
Matti harju , joakim pusenius
Nueva Era
Fiction expérimentale | mov | couleur | 70:0 | Finlande | 2018

Nueva era examines how the shapes of suffering have mutated beyond recognisable and how the junctions where that suffering appears have been mystified.

Matti HARJU (1978, Finland) was educated in Film Directing at the National Film and Television School, UK. At the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, Finland he learned about contemporary art. His short films have been shown in a variety of film festivals including Rotterdam, Locarno, Torino, BFI London, Edinburgh, AFI Fest Los Angeles and Clermont-Ferrand. Nueva era is his first feature-length film.

Catalogue : 2019Elä naura rakasta | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 7:10 | Finlande | 2019
Matti harju , joakim pusenius
Elä naura rakasta
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 7:10 | Finlande | 2019

Connections, directions and boundaries blurred and reorganized. Bitten cake, flames, vodafone, compression, concrete and unassuming round shapes.

Matti Harju (b. 1978, Finland) has screened at the Rotterdam, Locarno, Torino, BFI London, Edinburgh, AFI FEST Los Angeles and Clermont-Ferrand festivals and elsewhere. He studied at National Film and Television School, UK and Academy of Fine Arts in Finland.

Matti harju
Catalogue : 2011Afrikka | Fiction expérimentale | 16mm | couleur | 9:3 | Finlande | 2011
Matti harju
Afrikka
Fiction expérimentale | 16mm | couleur | 9:3 | Finlande | 2011

Glenn is in a state of acute psychosis.

Matti Harju (b. 1978, Finland) studied filmmaking at the National Film and Television School in the UK. His previous short films have been shown in numerous film festivals around the world including Clermont-Ferrand, Locarno, Rotterdam and Edinburgh.

Catalogue : 2015Tomorrow was Magnificent | Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 15:25 | Finlande | 2015
Matti harju
Tomorrow was Magnificent
Fiction expérimentale | 4k | couleur | 15:25 | Finlande | 2015

We hear the past like a sentimental echo from times when we came together, the future like an answer to our needs, and the present like a silence in which we alone are standing still. Tomorrow was Magnificent was born out of this silence, as an end and a new beginning of nothing – apeiron.

Joakim Pusenius (b. 1984) graduated with an MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2014. He also holds a BA in theoretical philosophy. Pusenius has exhibited in various galleries in Finland and his works have been shown at film screenings. Matti Harju (b. 1978) took his BA at the Institute of Design and Fine Arts in Lahti, studied at the National Film and Television School in the UK, and is now on the Master’s programme at the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki. His previous works have been shown at for example Rotterdam, Locarno, Edinburgh, BFI London and Torino film festivals.

Catalogue : 2016New Age | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 9:58 | Finlande | 2016
Matti harju
New Age
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 9:58 | Finlande | 2016

Speculative video essay about accelerationist pastel hues and semi-paranoid trademarks at the time when everything is nearing the end of the World.

Matti HARJU (b. 1978, Finland) is working in the rubbish bin of contemporary art including video, narrative cinema, text, drawing, installation, life as a jpeg performance. He has screened work at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Festival del film Locarno, Torino Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, AFI FEST Los Angeles and Clermont- Ferrand International Short Film Festival among others. Solo exhibitions include Gallery Sinne (collaboration with Joakim Pusenius) in March 2015 and Exhibition Laboratory Project Room in February 2016, both in Helsinki. Currently an MFA candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts, FI. He also studied film directing (MA in Directing Fiction) at the National Film and Television School, UK.

Catalogue : 2018Nueva Era | Fiction expérimentale | mov | couleur | 70:0 | Finlande | 2018
Matti harju
Nueva Era
Fiction expérimentale | mov | couleur | 70:0 | Finlande | 2018

Nueva era examines how the shapes of suffering have mutated beyond recognisable and how the junctions where that suffering appears have been mystified.

Matti HARJU (1978, Finland) was educated in Film Directing at the National Film and Television School, UK. At the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, Finland he learned about contemporary art. His short films have been shown in a variety of film festivals including Rotterdam, Locarno, Torino, BFI London, Edinburgh, AFI Fest Los Angeles and Clermont-Ferrand. Nueva era is his first feature-length film.

Catalogue : 2019Elä naura rakasta | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 7:10 | Finlande | 2019
Matti harju
Elä naura rakasta
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 7:10 | Finlande | 2019

Connections, directions and boundaries blurred and reorganized. Bitten cake, flames, vodafone, compression, concrete and unassuming round shapes.

Matti Harju (b. 1978, Finland) has screened at the Rotterdam, Locarno, Torino, BFI London, Edinburgh, AFI FEST Los Angeles and Clermont-Ferrand festivals and elsewhere. He studied at National Film and Television School, UK and Academy of Fine Arts in Finland.

Sabrina harri
Catalogue : 2009Discussion Room 005 | Vidéo | dv | couleur | 4:27 | Finlande | 2007
Sabrina harri
Discussion Room 005
Vidéo | dv | couleur | 4:27 | Finlande | 2007

Discussion Room 005 2006, video performance in Helsinki, 4`27, loop In a state of claustrophobia, I jump against lightboxes with advertisements representing bodies in an urban landscape. It is an attempt to push away the representations, to broaden the space that surrounds me or to pass through.

Sabrina Harri was born in Espoo, Finland in 1979. She spent most of her childhood in France. She graduated from the Ecole National Supérieur d?Art et de Recherche la Villa Arson in Nice in 2005 and from the post- diploma studies ALPES at the University of Art and Design in Geneva in 2009. Sabrina Harri articulates her creative practice around core issues on our perception of reality and its representations. Not without a certain humour, she embodies this theme in fragile and modular installations, drawings, videos and actions that ably disrupt common sense. By diversion and game, Sabrina Harri discreetly moves objects, as well as social conventions, towards a form of disillusioned poetry. Her work, at first glance trivial, subtly questions the changing values and cultural taboos of contemporary Western society. As well as conducting her researches in the visual arts field, she is also active in the European Vj scene since 2007. She performed many audiovisual acts under few cover names. Sabrina Harri is a member of Finnish Artists? Association MUU since 2006. http://www.muu.fi http://sabrinaharri.blogspot.com

Christopher harris
Catalogue : 2005Reckless Eyeballing | Film expérimental | 16mm | noir et blanc | 13:35 | USA | 2004
Christopher harris
Reckless Eyeballing
Film expérimental | 16mm | noir et blanc | 13:35 | USA | 2004

Avec un nom emprunté aux lois Jim Crow interdisant aux hommes noirs de regarder les femmes blanches, cet amalgame développé à la main et en copie optique, est une inspection hypnotique du désir sexuel, de l'identité raciale et de l'histoire du cinéma. (Eric Crosby, Wisconsin Film Festival)


Les films primés de Harris ont été présentés dans toute l'Amérique du Nord et l'Europe, notamment au Festival du Film International de Rotterdam, au New York Underground Film Festival, à la Cinemathèque de San Francisco, au Huesca Film Festival et au Festival du Film International de Vienne, parmi tant d'autres.

Nate harrison
Catalogue : 2007Stock Exchange | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 12:30 | USA | 2006
Nate harrison
Stock Exchange
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 12:30 | USA | 2006

Stock Exchange prends la forme d'une "lettre" vidéo écrite au Footage Aquisitions Department chez Artbeats Software, Inc. Une compagnie américaine dont l'activité principale est de fournir des films et des clips vidéos de haute qualité et sans droit d auteur. Elle les fournit à des client qui les achètent pour produire des annonce ment du service public, publicités à la télévision ou bien même de longs métrages. Dans sa lettre a la compagnie, l'artiste développe une théorie selon laquelle ils pourraient accepter (ou non) des images prises par des vidéographeur free-lance (pour être plus tard re proposées à l'usage des clients) et qui éventuellement demande à Artbeats de définir leur critères de sélection. La réponse, dans laquelle un représentant de la compagnie fait une liste de "conseils de prises de vue et directives", est juxtaposée avec de vrais clips vidéos du catalogue de Artbeats. L??uvre, dans son ensemble, cherche à méditer sur la construction et la transformation d'un sens visuel dans l'économie très fluide (et de plus en plus poussée par les copies) de l'image.


Nate Harrison est un artiste et un écrivain qui travaille à l'intersection de la propriété intellectuelle, production culturelle et la formation d'un procédé créatif dans les médias électroniques. Il a produits des projets pour l'American Museum of Natural History, le Whitney Museum of American art, le Kunstverein d'Hambourg, le Los Angeles County Museum entre autres. Il a aussi enseigne à l'Experience Music Project à Seattle et l'Université de Glasgow. En ce moment il co-dirige ESTHETICS AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (www.eslprojects.org). Il reçut un BFA de l'universite du Michigan, un MFA de la California Institue of the Arts et un étudiant en doctorat, Media Theory, à l'université de Californie, San Diego.

Catalogue : 2010Aura Dies Hard | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 14:10 | USA | 2010
Nate harrison
Aura Dies Hard
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 14:10 | USA | 2010

Aura Dies Hard (Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Copy) joins the artist after having just returned from a museum survey exhibition of video art. Through the course of the following video essay, the artist reflects on the rhetoric of "dematerialization" often linked with early video (and conceptual and performance art more generally). Proposing an alternative, "materialist" read, in which the (often unauthorized) duplication and circulation of artist video paradoxically help perpetuate its mythic beginnings, the artist ultimately reveals that copying technologies and art world protocol have made it possible for him to obtain all the videos encountered at the museum show, clips of which are played throughout the narration.

Nate Harrison is an artist and writer working at the intersection of intellectual property, cultural production and the formation of creative processes in electronic media. He has produced projects and exhibited for The American Museum of Natural History, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Kunstverein in Hamburg and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, among others. He has also lectured at the University of Glasgow, Experience Music Project, Seattle and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, New York, among others. Nate co-directed the project space ESTHETICS AS A SECOND LANGUAGE from 2004-2008. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan, a Master of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts and is a doctoral candidate, Art and Media History, Theory and Criticism in the Visual Arts Department at the University of California, San Diego. Currently Nate is on the faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and lives in Brooklyn, New York with a lovely wife and two pesky cats.

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Cécile hartmann
Catalogue : 2006Kessoku | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 7:0 | France | Japon | 2006
Cécile hartmann
Kessoku
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 7:0 | France | Japon | 2006

Deux lieux se rapprochent dans un mouvement d?alternance et de réversibilité : le centre financier de la bourse de Tokyo et les cratères volcaniques de l?archipel des Açores. Les fluctuations économiques se relient aux secousses telluriques à la recherche d?un point d?attache et d?équilibre. Un sentiment de douce inquiétude émerge de cet état de rencontre.


Vivant à Paris, Cécile Hartmann née en 1971 à Colmar aborde l?image par les médiums de la peinture, de la photographie et plus récemment de la vidéo. D?emblée, son travail se situe du côté d?une image méditative, dans une négociation entre le mystère, le songe, l?utopie et une réalité contemporaine liée aux grands ensembles urbains, à leur influence sur l?espace terrestre et sur les modes de vie des êtres qui l?habitent. Paradoxalement, la portée critique et politique des ?uvres s?exprime dans des formes magnifiées, non autoritaires aux limites du fantastique. Le minimalisme des compositions, l?emplois de couleurs saturées ou encore la présence fréquente sur les sujets d?une trame poudreuse, confèrent à ses images fixes comme à ses ?uvres vidéos un caractère hypnotique et sensuel. Diplômée de l?Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris en 1998 et d?une Licence d?Arts Plastiques et d?Histoire de l?Art en 1994, elle participe notamment à l?exposition La Force de l?Art, en 2006 à Paris, à Emerging Artists à Vienne en 2005. Elle était résidente à la Cité Internationale des Arts à Paris en 2006 et au Japon en 2004 dans le cadre de la Villa Médicis Hors les Murs. Ses ?uvres font partie de la collection du Fonds Nationale d?Art Contemporain.

Cécile hartmann
Catalogue : 2011ACHRONE | Vidéo | hdv | couleur et n&b | 12:0 | France | Emirats arabes unis | 2011
Cécile hartmann
ACHRONE
Vidéo | hdv | couleur et n&b | 12:0 | France | Emirats arabes unis | 2011

La nuit, des ouvriers creusent le sable dans une fosse. A l?aube, autour d?eux, les tours immenses d?une ville futuriste se dressent parcourues par de faibles activités humaines. Progressivement des détails apparaissent, les pierres se détachent, le sable coule, les sols se désagrègent. Fragile sur ces bases, la ville semble dans un temps paradoxale de destruction et de construction, une future ruine appelée à se dissoudre. Achrone, adjectif invariant issu de la physique et de la médecine, désigne une région sur laquelle il est impossible d`observer une temporalité précise. Tourné et photographié en 2008 dans les chantiers de la ville de Dubaï, en résonance avec les cycles de travail diurnes et nocturnes des ouvriers, Achrone développe une recomposition abstraite des rapports de force entre architecture et nature.


Après des études à L`Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris et à l`Université des Sciences Humaines de Strasbourg, Cécile Hartmann développe un travail au croisement de l`art contemporain et du cinéma. Dans une perspective picturale et politique, mêlants esthétique post-minimaliste et dimension documentaire, ses films explorent des phénomènes d`échange et d`entrechoquement entre différents mondes et systèmes en mutation. La question d`une transformation poétique de l`histoire par une recomposition des rapports de force entre le construit et l`organique est centrale dans son travail. Elle a vécue plusieurs mois au Japon et à Berlin lors de résidences et de recherches. Ses tournages ont eu lieu à Dubaï, Tokyo, Hiroshima et sur l?archipel des Açores. Son travail est montré aussi bien dans des festivals de cinéma que dans des dispositifs d`exposition où ses films fonctionnent dans des boucles très précises. Plusieurs expositions personnelles lui ont été consacrées récemment : Supra-Continent au Centre d`art Les Eglises, Mirages à demeure au Centre Photographique d`Ile-de-France, Microclimat au CCC. En 2009, elle expose au Musée de la Photographie de Thessalonique et au musée d`Art Moderne de Bogotà et participe à la Force de l?Art en 2006 à Paris et à Emerging Artists au Samlung Essl de Vienne en 2005. Des textes critiques de Pascal Beausse, Paul Ardenne et Eileen Sommerman ont été écrits sur son travail. Elle est née en 1971 à Colmar et vit et travaille à Paris et dans le monde. 

Maj hasager
Catalogue : 2014Two within close range | Film expérimental | super8 | couleur | 15:0 | Danemark | Palestine | 2011
Maj hasager
Two within close range
Film expérimental | super8 | couleur | 15:0 | Danemark | Palestine | 2011

The project Two within close range is an investigation of urban spaces that remain private or inaccessible despite their public significance. The urban structures and familiar places - a park and a construction site with a disputed past - are used to reflect the socio-political issues in the area outside the walled city of Jerusalem. Instead of remaining invisible and unnoticeable in the everyday environment, aspects of contemporary experience of place are revealed through observations of the usage patterns of the selected sites, the Rockefeller Garden and the Nusseibeh building. In this way, they become the centre of attention. In the work, the two sites are represented through still images, video and 8 mm film corresponding with written narratives weaved together in an attempt to re-write and expand what already exists as the oral history of these places. The written narratives deal with the recent past of the area, as well as historical and political narratives, through a more descriptive and spatial approach. By using official information, personal stories collected from the area and fictional elements, a mix of voices and positions appear in order to reproduce and examine recent, at times unnoticed, history.

Maj Hasager is a Danish artist and filmmaker based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She studied photography and fine art in Denmark, Sweden and the UK, earning an MFA from Malmö Art Academy, Sweden. Her work deals with power structures, identity, memory, the construction of history, and architecture, looking at how these interlinked phenomena are interpreted and represented culturally and spatially. Her artistic approach is research-based and interdisciplinary, and she works predominantly with text, sound, video and photography. She has exhibited her work internationally in events and institutions such as; Society Acts, Moderna Museet Malmö (2014), A voice of ones own, Malmö Konstmuseum (2014), Past Upon Past, Red Barn Photo Gallery, Belfast, Ireland (2013), Decembers, LAZNIA Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdańsk, Poland (2012), Liverpool Biennial, UK (2010). She has been awarded grants in support of her work from the Danish ArtsCouncil, The Danish Arts Foundation, Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (Beirut, Lebanon), ArtSchool Palestine, Danish Centre for Culture and Development and the Danish Arts Agency. She is the programme director of Critical and Pedagogical studies at Malmö Art Academy, and is a guest lecturer at the International Academy of Art – Palestine, Dar al-Kalima College, Bethlehem and University of Ulster, Belfast.

Catalogue : 2016We Will Meet in the Blind Spot | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 36:0 | Danemark | Italie | 2015
Maj hasager
We Will Meet in the Blind Spot
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur et n&b | 36:0 | Danemark | Italie | 2015

We will meet in the blind spot, 2015 Maj Hasager The film ”We will meet in the blind spot” takes its point of departure from the architecture in and around the Esposizione Universale di Roma (EUR) area in Rome. The EUR was built during the fascist rule and was meant to be the site of the World Exposition in 1942, in addition to being a celebration of the 20-year jubilee for fascism in Italy. The World Exposition in 1942 never took place due to WWII, and the area intended as Mussolini’s “Third Rome” wasn`t completed until the 1960`s - though not in the shape the utopian project was given from the onset. Since then Italian filmmakers have made extensive use of EUR as an exterior location. We will meet in the blind spot is intended as a document of stories and voices that are often lacking in the discussion on migration, both in an Italian context as well as within a broader European perspective. Through encounters with a local Filipino community that is centred around a church in EUR, stories and voices were revealed and the film departs from their personal accounts. In the film, which is situated between documentary and fiction, the focus is on leisure time, interests described by individuals in the group and referencing scenes from Italian film of the 60’s.

Maj Hasager is a Danish artist and filmmaker based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She studied photography and fine art in Denmark, Sweden and the UK, earning an MFA from Malmö Art Academy, Sweden. Her work deals with power structures, identity, memory, the construction of history, and architecture, looking at how these interlinked phenomena are interpreted and represented culturally and spatially. Her artistic approach is research-based and interdisciplinary, and she works predominantly with text, sound, video and photography. She has exhibited her work internationally in events and institutions such as; Society Acts, Moderna Museet Malmö (2014), A voice of ones own, Malmö Konstmuseum (2014), Past Upon Past, Red Barn Photo Gallery, Belfast, Ireland (2013), Decembers, LAZNIA Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdańsk, Poland (2012), Liverpool Biennial, UK (2010). She has been awarded grants in support of her work from the Danish ArtsCouncil, The Danish Arts Foundation, Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (Beirut, Lebanon), ArtSchool Palestine, Danish Centre for Culture and Development and the Danish Arts Agency. She is the programme director of Critical and Pedagogical studies at Malmö Art Academy, and is a guest lecturer at the International Academy of Art – Palestine, Dar al-Kalima College, Bethlehem and University of Ulster, Belfast.

Bjørn Erik haugen
Catalogue : 2016Forensic | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 190:0 | Norvège | 2015
Bjørn Erik haugen
Forensic
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 190:0 | Norvège | 2015

Forensic Forensics is a collection and a research in how forensic images is aesthetisized in the American TV-series CSI. I have used all 15 seasons and collected all the forensic / technical images and presented them in a single-video work. e videos are categorized in four video- streams: Optical, photographic, video and interface. Forensic is inspired by the work of Vilem Flusser.

My name is Bjørn Erik Haugen, and I have an MA from the National Academy in Oslo 2007. I work mainly with sculpture, sound- and video installation. I work from a conceptual platform where the idea to the work comes before the material, media or way of expression. My works has been shown on the annual national autumn exhibition in Norway, and have been screened in Wienna, Barcelona, Sweden, Germany, England and in USA. I exhibited at Transmediale 2012, Berlin. I received«Honorary Mention» at Prix Ars Electronica 2012 in the section Digital Musics & Sound Art. One of my videos was screened at Palais de Tokyo, during Rencontres Internacionales, December 2012 and at WRO International Media Art Biennale in May. In 2014 I exhibited at Bucharest Biennial, ISCM 2014 and at Bristol Biennial. Last year I exhibited at Land-Shape, Århus, Spring- exhibition, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, ISEA 2015, Vancouver and at 28. Festival Les Instants Vidéo, Marseille. I started my artistic research position this autumn.This year I will have a solo-exhibition at Haugar Art Museum and I will exhibit at the Research Pavilion in Venice and at Wroclaw Media art Biennial 2017.

Catalogue : 2018The Pen is Mightier Than the Word | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 5:6 | Norvège | 2017
Bjørn Erik haugen
The Pen is Mightier Than the Word
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 5:6 | Norvège | 2017

In my video I problematize how how scientific research is published now and the changes and demands it is stands forward on regard to the Open Access-declaration and Sci-hub. I have concentrated my work on the idea of authorship, and in the near future when cognitive or artificial intelligence will curate, compile and find correlations over many research disciplines. This will be possible when research will gain open access. I think that we will see knowledge organized in new ways and in cross-disciplines. AI I have made a paraphrase on the old saying which is "The Pen is mightier than the Sword", that is central to my works proposed for this exhibition. The pen is here a metaphor for the Computer with AI / cognitive computing that can read and compile research material. It is not the person/author that is central, it is the knowledge that other can read/build upon that is important. The video is a mixture between documentary and a power-point presentation. In my works I often make archives, and work with several medias to make installations. Knowledge production, science-sociology and bio-politics are central in my artistic work. And I want with my works to make the viewer reflect on what they see/experience. I look upon art as knowledge-production. The ideological foundation for Open access to research I will focus on is the UN declaration of human rights article 27: "Every has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits." We know see that access to research is expensive and more difficult to access, and the privileged Universities has access while African/Asian and South-American Universities and their researchers and student must resort to criminal activities, copying articles from more privileged colleagues or from Sci-hub. This structure correlate to the same structure of wealth in the world. The video was screened at the Research Pavilion during the Venice Biennial in May 2017.

My name is Bjørn Erik Haugen, and I have an MA from the National Academy in Oslo 2007. Currently I am working on a phd at the Academy of Music in Oslo. I work mainly with sculpture, sound- and video installation. I work from a conceptual platform where the idea to the work comes before the material, media or way of expression. My works has been shown on the annual national autumn exhibition in Norway, and have been screened in Wienna, Barcelona, Sweden, Germany, England and in USA. I exhibited at Transmediale, 2012 I received«Honorary Mention» at Prix Ars Electronica 2012 in the section Digital Musics & Sound Art. One of my videos was screened at Rencontres Internacionales 2012 and at WRO International Media Art Biennale 2013. In 2014 I exhibited at Bucharest Biennial, ISCM 2014 and at Bristol Biennial. Last year I exhibited at Land-Shape, Arhus, Spring- exhibition, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, ISEA 2015, Vancouver and at 28. Festival Les Instants Vidéo, Marseille. In 2017 I had a solo- exhibition at Haugar Art Museum and presented a video-work at the Second Research Pavilion for the 2017 Venice Biennale. Last year I performed at Only Connect Festival, Klang Festival, Copenhagen and Blurred Edges, Hamburg, and participated on a group exhibition at Haugar Art Museum. This year I have a concert at Ultima 2019, and a solo exhibition at Khåk.

Catalogue : 2012What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe | Vidéo | dv | noir et blanc | 11:33 | Norvège | 2012
Bjørn Erik haugen
What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe
Vidéo | dv | noir et blanc | 11:33 | Norvège | 2012

What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe This project is a transcription for mechanical piano of a lecture by the French psychoanalyst Jaques Lacan. The audience`s response in the lecture is played by a guitar amplifier. The video of the lecture will be screened with a video projector. Lecture The Lecture where he talks about the language as a foundation for our understanding of our surroundings. He is abruptly disrupted by a student that ruins his lecture notes with flour and water, that is the part II of the piece, as a protest against society. He is a situationist, inspired by Debord they start discussing before he ruins Lacan`s cravat/tie and is thrown out of the lecture hall. Lacan then starts lecturing about the protesters views about people and society, about revolution and love. Thoughts about the project In art discourse both Lacan and Debord are central, this is a meeting of their views upon society. This lecture hel place in 1971. The happening is highly coloured by the context, the student protests in France in the late sixties, and revolution as an frequent used word in discussion. The choice of the piano is intended to both be a critique and a hommage to Lacan and postmodern thinkers like him as they first started with theories that revolutionized and transformed how we experience our world, and ended up as virtuous theoretical performers. The audience knew exactly what they were getting when they entered their lectures. The title is a famous quote by Lacan. Here it refers to the two «ideologies» in the piece, the situationist and the psychoanalytic. What does it matter how many lovers you have if none of them gives you the universe received Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2012 in the section Digital Musics & Sound Art.

My name is Bjørn Erik Haugen, and I have an MA from the National Academy in Oslo 2007. I work mainly with compositions, sound- and video installation. I work from a conceptual platform where the idea to the work comes before the material, media or way of expression. Art Practice My works has been shown on the annual national autumn exhibition in Norway, and have been screened in Wienna, Barcelona, Sweden, Germany, England and in USA. I exibited at Transmediale, Berlin, February this year.

Anthony haughey
Catalogue : 2015UNresolved | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 17:22 | Irlande | Bosnie-Herzégovine | 2015
Anthony haughey
UNresolved
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 17:22 | Irlande | Bosnie-Herzégovine | 2015

UNresolved reflects on the twentieth anniversary of genocide in Srebrenica, where in 1995 more than 8000 men and boys were systematically murdered by the Bosnian Serb army of Republika Srpska (VRS). The title relates to the UN Security Resolution 819, passed on the 16th April 1993 declaring Srebrenica as a ‘safe’ area for refugees – the prelude to what was the largest act of genocide in Europe since the holocaust. Following Haughey’s earlier work in Bosnia, between 1998-2002, he gained exclusive access to buildings and atrocity sites in Serb controlled territory, areas that have hitherto been off limits. Since completing the film in early 2015 the building where the Dutch UN was based has been renovated. As a result Unresolved is also an important historical document which captures the building in its original state. The film includes eyewitness accounts of massacre victims collated from archives such as Human Rights Watch and also directly from people encountered on research visits to Bosnia, with accounts of resistance and survival, testimonies from young Dutch soldiers who were serving in Srebrenica and conflicting accounts from UN personnel and Serb military commanders. The film explores ideological and political narratives informing this emerging and contested history.

Anthony Haughey is an artist and a lecturer in the Dublin Institute of Technology. He was Senior Research Fellow (2005-8) in Belfast School of Art, where he completed a PhD in 2009. His work has been widely exhibited and collected nationally and internationally, most recently Uncovering History, Kuunsthaus Graz, Excavation, Limerick City Gallery where he premiered his new film, Unresolved, Making History, Colombo Art Biennale Art of the Troubles, Ulster Museum, Belfast, Settlement, Belfast Exposed, Northern Ireland: 30 years of photography, the MAC and Belfast Exposed, New Irish Landscapes, Three Shadows Gallery, Beijing and Homelands, a major British Council exhibition touring South Asia. His work has been published in more than seventy publications, monographs include The Edge of Europe (1996), Disputed Territory (2006) and an artist’s book State (2011). His work is represented in many international public and private collections and he is an editorial advisor for the Routledge journal, Photographies. He was recipient of the Create Arts and Cultural Diversity Award 2014 and is currently working on a new film supported by a Projects Award from The Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon which will premiere in NYC in April 2016.

Anna hawkins
Catalogue : 2019Fall Fell Felt | Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 10:31 | Canada | 2018
Anna hawkins
Fall Fell Felt
Vidéo expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 10:31 | Canada | 2018

Fall Fell Felt repose sur l’examen de vidéos d’actes manqués, les « fails », un genre populaire où des gaffes sont captées par la caméra et diffusées en ligne. S’attardant à un sous-genre extrêmement répandu, les « girl fails », ce projet évalue la capacité des images à susciter l’empathie, tout en considérant les manières dont le corps des femmes a été utilisé, tout au long de l’histoire de l’image en mouvement, pour provoquer des réactions physiques et viscérales chez les spectateurs.


Anna Hawkins est une artiste américaine installée au Canada. Son travail porte sur la manière dont les images, les gestes et les informations sont transmis, transformés et vécus en ligne. Elle a exposé des projets individuels à Artspace de Peterborough, au Centre Clark de Montréal, à Eastern Edge Gallery de St. John’s, Untitled Art Society de Calgary ainsi qu’au Musée d?art contemporain des Laurentides. Ses œuvres ont été présentées et projetées à l’échelle internationale, à la Biennale New Wight de l'UCLA de Los Angeles, à la Biennale d?art médiatique WRO, à la Galerie Sturm de Nürnberg et au LUX à Londres.

Alys hawkins
Catalogue : 2006You Never Listen | Animation | betaSP | noir et blanc | 3:0 | Royaume-Uni | 2005
Alys hawkins
You Never Listen
Animation | betaSP | noir et blanc | 3:0 | Royaume-Uni | 2005

You never listen est un film de trois minutes sur une fillette âgée de huit ans et prénommée Shirley qui échappe à sa vie une après-midi. Ressentant de la frustration à la fois à cause de malentendus dans sa famille et à cause de l?hostilité ambiante dans la rue, Shirley voit une chance de s?enfuir et s?en empare avec fougue. Elle fuit ainsi la vie qu?elle connaît sans regarder derrière elle.


Alys Hawkins est née pendant la canicule de 1976 et a grandi à Southampton, au Royaume-Uni. Elle a fait des études de cinéma à la Northumbria University à Newcastle upon Tyne et a obtenu un Master en Techniques de l?animation au Royal College of Art de Londres en 2002. Ses films ont reçu de nombreux prix et ont été couronnés de succès lors de festivals à travers le monde. Son dernier projet a été une commande faite par la chaîne de télévision Channel 4. Elle travaille actuellement sur une arche de chemins de fer à Southampton pour le développement d?un court-métrage expérimental à caractère érotique, et également sur un film de danse qui doit être tourné à Berlin.