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Clemens von wedemeyer, maya schweizer
Catalogue : 2006Rien du tout | Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 30:0 | France | 2006
Clemens von wedemeyer , maya schweizer
Rien du tout
Fiction | 35mm | couleur | 30:0 | France | 2006

Une réalisatrice veut tourner un film médiéval dans la banlieue de Paris. Pendant le casting, elle se concentre sur une seule personne. Le parking, devant le théâtre, sur lequel les jeunes acteurs attendent leur tour, devient vite le décor de la nouvelle scène. Pendant qu´à l´intérieur, l´aliénation entre la réalisatrice et son assistant, atteint son paroxysme, commence à l´extérieur, la danse des « superflus ».

Maya Schweizer, née le 10 janvier 1976 à Maisons-Alfort,vit et travaille à Berlin En juin 1998 Licence d´arts plastiques à l´ Université d´Aix-en-Provence. De 2000 à 2002 elle entre à la Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst (HGB), de Leipzig puis entre en équivalence à l´ Universität der Künste(UdK) de Berlin où elle est diplômée en janvier 2005.

Clemens von wedemeyer
Catalogue : 2019Transformation Scenario | Vidéo | 4k | couleur | 20:0 | Allemagne | 2018
Clemens von wedemeyer
Transformation Scenario
Vidéo | 4k | couleur | 20:0 | Allemagne | 2018

In the background of blockbuster films, algorithms have been employed to replace extras in post-production. Since years we are used to scenes in which masses of automated characters fill the screen, animated by algorithms that let them interact, similar to computer games and agents in computational sociology. Such artificial masses are stepping in the foreground. Simulating life began in the movies and computer games, but is influencing many fields today. In architecture, city planning and traffic navigation as well as in predictions of markets and trade, virtual scenarios influence society and change the way we live. Transformation Scenario (2018) by Clemens von Wedemeyer creates a speculative narration on the impact of emulated group behaviour in society. It follows an idea that could be inspired by Jean Luc Godards film Le Gai Savoir: “To find the solution to a problem, be it a chemical or political problem, one has to dissolve it: dissolve hydrogen, dissolve the parliament. Therefore we will now dissolve images and sounds.“ The film is part of a long term project by the artist making reference to the work Mass and Power (1960) by Elias Canetti, shifting the view on imageries of society, crowd control and potentials of masses today. This is especially relevant in times of populism, when numbers are used to construct power, and demonstrations and mass events form moments of resistance.

Clemens von Wedemeyer, born in 1974 in Göttingen, Germany, currently lives and works in Berlin and holds a professorship for media art at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. The artist and filmmaker participated in group shows such as the 1st Moscow Biennale (2005), the 4th Berlin Biennale (2006), Skulptur Projekte Münster in 2007, the 16th Biennale of Sydney (2008), and dOCUMENTA (13) (2012). He had solo shows among others at MoMA PS1, New York, ARGOS Centre for Art and Media, Brussels, the Barbican Art Centre, London, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein and Hamburger Kunsthalle. His works can be found in major collections such as The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Museum Ludwig, Cologne; Tate Modern, London.

Nicole vÖgele
Catalogue : 2015nebel | Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 60:0 | Suisse | Allemagne | 2014
Nicole vÖgele
Doc. expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 60:0 | Suisse | Allemagne | 2014

Une gare dans la brume; des rails qui se perdent dans la blancheur. Un homme qui attend. Entre les nappes de brouillard, un renard, le nez au vent. Mugissements, vacillements, puis le silence. Et toujours la brume. Des images de la nature se mêlent à des rencontres fugitives, des hommes qui habitent leurs propres mondes: un astronome, un musicien, un éleveur de chevaux. Tous sont animés d’une soif secrète de contacts, de liens et aspirent à un regard ouvert sur le monde. Loin des explications, le film restitue un grondement intérieur.

Born in 1983 in Gretzenbach (Switzerland). 2002 she got her first job at the Swiss Television. Over the last ten years she has been working as a journalist and reporter for several programs as «CASH-TV», «10vor10» and «Reporter». At the Swiss TV she started making documentaries. In 2010 Nicole Vögele enrolled at the Baden-Württemberg Film Academy, studying documentary filmmaking. Her first short documentary „Frau Loosli“ won the Postproduction Prize for the best swiss film at Visions du Réel 2013. Her latest film „nebel“ premiered at Berlinale 2014 and received an honorable mention by the dialogue en perspective jury. Nicole Vögele is currently working on her diploma project.

Viet vu
Catalogue : 2018Nguoi Kien | Fiction | hdv | couleur | 26:19 | Viet nam | 2018
Viet vu
Nguoi Kien
Fiction | hdv | couleur | 26:19 | Viet nam | 2018

The daily life of a homosexual man whose body is inhabited by ants.

Viet Vu (Ph?m Quang Trung) is a newcomer in moving image. He was introduced to images in a workshop at Hanoi Doclab by artist Jamie Maxtone-Graham in 2016. So far he has made one image collection of "Mom-me" (2017 - group exihibition at Hanoi Manzi Art Space) and a short film of "Ant-Man" (2018). Viet likes to approach the sublimity in vision of humanity through his camera.

Catalogue : 2020An Act Of Affection | Documentaire | mp4 | couleur | 16:0 | Viet nam | Portugal | 2020
Viet vu
An Act Of Affection
Documentaire | mp4 | couleur | 16:0 | Viet nam | Portugal | 2020

While making a portrait of a single gay man in Lisbon, a filmmaker offers his character a little gift from the bottom of his heart. Not only capturing beautiful interactions between two individuals through a first-person perspective camera, this is also a film on the act of filming.

Viet Vu (Quang Trung Pham) used to be a film critic before breaking into filmmaking with his debut short of “Ant-Man”, 2018. The film won him “Purin Award for The Most Promising Filmmaker from South East Asia”. He has since then completed a series of shorts on memory, time and internal decolonization. His works have been shown at Locarno, Rotterdam, Tampere, Singapore among other film festivals. At present, Viet is finishing DOC NOMADS, his master program of documentary film directing across three different cities of Europe – Lisbon (Portugal), Budapest (Hungary) and Brussels (Belgium).

Matthijs vuijk, straub sammie
Catalogue : 2020What do I see when I see me | Doc. expérimental | mp4 | couleur | 3:23 | Pays-Bas | Afrique du sud | 2020
Matthijs vuijk , straub sammie
What do I see when I see me
Doc. expérimental | mp4 | couleur | 3:23 | Pays-Bas | Afrique du sud | 2020

A young woman interacts with her own cyborg self. Freed from flesh and thoughts in cyberspace, the digital body extends the movements and expressions of her organic body. In this way, the young woman escapes earthly conventions around the female body.

Sammie Straub (1994, NL) is a multidisciplinary artist born and raised in Amsterdam. Sammie’s interests lie in visual culture, philosophy and music. In her visual works, performances and installations she looks for (fashion)aesthetics amidst societal political chaos and distractions. Her works contain elements of social criticism, styling, art-direction, music and graphic design. In her musical works Sammie has a preference for electronic music; breaks, wave, EBM and techno, transgressing boundaries of musical genres just like her origin transcends colonially defined borders and nations. Sammie is currently studying photography at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam and philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. Matthijs Vuijk (1995, NL) has been studying photography at the Royal Academy of the Arts in Ghent, Belgium. After doing an internship with Dutch Filmmaker Lara Verheijden, Matthijs moved to Johannesburg, South Africa. There Matthijs finished an Honours in Film&Television at the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS), and participated in a collaborative VR project between the Filmuniversität Babelsberg and WITS. Matthijs has edited on Lara's new film Coco (2020), received regional funding from the province of Zeeland for his new documentary and is currently involved in different cultural initiatives in Johannesburg and Amsterdam.