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Ezgi kilinÇaslan, kilinÇaslan ezgi
Catalogue : 2011Er Meydanı | Installation multimédia | dv | couleur | 12:35 | Turquie | 2009
Ezgi kilinÇaslan , kilinÇaslan ezgi
Er Meydanı
Installation multimédia | dv | couleur | 12:35 | Turquie | 2009

We react to the multitude of images of the world - of the world we live in. This work explores the effects of synchronizing intent, delivery and objectification. The artwork is named after the arena where the tournaments take place, Er Meydani, Place for (brave) Men. This three channel video installation attempts to create a hyper-gaze by coordinating, directing, forcing together the many components that constructed the atmosphere of the arena. My attempt is to intensify the relationship between the observed and the observer. The power of the gaze is empowering. The situation that I construct rises to a lesser extent from a desire to dominate. It is born from the empathic valence of the images of he who surrenders. It is a theater of the momentary defeated, of the broken wrestler.

Ezgi Kilincaslan was born in 1973, Besni-Turkey. She received a degree in art and pedagogic at Marmara University, Istanbul. She lives in Berlin and graduated as "Meister Schüler" from the University of the Arts (UdK) with Prof. Katharina Sieverding. While initially formed as a painter, she is now experimenting with a variety of mediums including photography, video and installation - exploring and questioning matters of power, related with patriarchy and gender. Her films have been shown at various film festivals amongst which the International Film Festival Oberhausen, the International Film Festival of Rotterdam and the Center for Contemporary Art, Geneva.

Chansoo kim
Catalogue : 2005Vaudeville | Animation | betaSP | couleur | 5:10 | Coree du Sud | USA | 2005
Chansoo kim
Vaudeville
Animation | betaSP | couleur | 5:10 | Coree du Sud | USA | 2005

Situé approximativement dans la Corée des années 30, "Vaudeville" est un poème visuel sur le désespoir, l'errance et la perte d'identité culturelle.


Chansoo Kim a étudié l'animation à la Faculté D'Animations et Arts Numériques à l'Université de Californie du Sud, et il a produit des courts-métrages animés en utilisant diverses techniques, du dessin à la main au procédé de stop-motion (image par image) et de CGI (images de synthèse). Ses films, "Woman in the Attic" et "Floating" ont attiré l'attention des critiques dans le circuit des festivals. Son nouveau film, "Vaudeville", fait actuellement la tournée des festivals depuis le printemps 2005. Chansoo a récemment achevé l'"Animation Apprentice Program" aux studios "Rhythm and Hues" et travaille actuellement en animation CG.

Andrew kim
Catalogue : 2015THE PEACOCK | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 12:0 | USA | 2015
Andrew kim
THE PEACOCK
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 12:0 | USA | 2015

A meditation on our fantastic condition of mortality and impermanence ... The peacock painted on the window will never dance or speak. It is only the peacock that lived in the forest which used to speak, dance, and walk in a sweet manner.

Andrew Kim (b. 1985) is an experimental filmmaker who received his MFA from School of Film/Video at the California Institute of the Arts in 2013. His work is inspired by the material properties of cinema and its unique ability to reify abstract ideas and ineffable feelings. Combining formal experimentation with at concern for the phenomenology of the cinematic experience, Andrew’s films are an attempt to understand the movement of the mind. Ultimately, his films attempt to transcend the exact mechanics of motion pictures such that a film might articulate a new kind of knowledge. Andrew’s films have screened at a variety of venues and festivals including the Ann Arbor Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Festival du Nouveau Cinema (Montreal), Images Festival (Toronto), BAFICI (Buenos Aries), UnionDocs, and Los Angeles Filmforum, among others. Andrew lives in Los Angeles, California. There he is a staff member at the Echo Park Film Center and teaches film production at the California Institute of the Arts.

Ayoung kim
Catalogue : 2018Porosity Valley, Portable Holes | Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 21:20 | Coree du Sud | Australie | 2017
Ayoung kim
Porosity Valley, Portable Holes
Fiction expérimentale | hdv | couleur | 21:20 | Coree du Sud | Australie | 2017

Petra Genetrix, who lives in the imaginary space “Porosity Valley”, is a composition of minerals living in a gigantic and bizarre-looking rock crystal protruding from the rock face. As people - fascinated or overwhelmed by its bizarre figure - often visit Petra Genetrix to purify their thoughts, over the years Petra has developed into a kind of pseudo-mythical being, regardless of its own will. One day Petra faces a situation in which it must attempt to migrate to another rock platform due to an explosion that occurred in Porosity Valley. In the process, as a would-be migrant, Petra faces various realistic problems unimaginable for a divine being. It is subject to an interview to confirm that it is a being appropriate for migration, and placed in quarantine for 40 days to rule out the possibility it is carrying any viruses that may pose a threat to the new platform. Later, it is presented with the opinion that Porosity Valley could be duplicated, as Petra’s mythological function has been found by the Immigration Data Center to be favorable to humans…

Ayoung Kim applies remote imagination and speculation in order to reflect the incoherent and anomalous properties of life and of the world. By acquiring fictional narrative devices and rhetoric, Ayoung Kim evokes unfamiliar forms of reading, listening and thinking of the conditions of the world by focusing on unlikely encounters of ideas. Recently, Ayoung Kim has been endeavoring to graft and collide the fictional and the historical together through distorting reality via the tool of “histofuturism”. In terms of the context of the works, they often deal with the issues and notions of crossings, transnational activities, transpositions, transmissions, and the altering and changing of platforms. The subjects of those movements are either humans or non-humans, such as minerals or data particles. Ayoung Kim had solo shows at Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul (2018); Melbourne Festival, Melbourne (2017); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2016) and created a performance piece at the national opera house in Paris, Palais Garnier (2016). Group shows and performance events include Sharjah Film Platform, Sharjah (2019); Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju (2018); Kunsthal Aarhus, Aarhus (2018); MMCA, Seoul (2018); the 56th Venice Biennale, Venice (2015), among others.

Sung Hwan kim
Catalogue : 2006Greenlotte | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 4:0 | Coree du Sud | USA | 2005
Sung Hwan kim
Greenlotte
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | couleur | 4:0 | Coree du Sud | USA | 2005

Un curateur, "Amalia Pica" "m"'écrit un SMS, demandant de réaliser une vidéo courte hors des chewing-gums collés sur les trottoirs d'Amsterdam. "Je" me mets à réfléchir sur la manière dont "j'" ai été éduqué à mâcher du chewing-gum, à me brosser les dents, à porter des vêtements. Puis, "j'" établis des comparaisons avec une petite amie qui porte des vêtements différemment, qui mâche du chewing-gum différemment, et qui aurait réalisé différemment.


Sung Hwan Kim, artiste né en 1975 à Seoul, en Corée, a obtenu un Master of Science in Visual Studies au M.I.T, et a été en résidence d'artiste à la Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten. Il a présenté ses oeuvres dans des lieux comme la Biennale de Gwangju, la Biennale de Busan, l'Institut d'Art Contemporain de Portland, Asia Society, D.U.M.B.O art center, Pacific Film Archive, Le Plateau (Paris), The Living Art Museum (Reykyavik), Mediamatic (Amsterdam), SMART Project Space, (Amsterdam), Objectif-Exhibitions(Anvers), Leeum Samsung Museum of Art (Séoul) et dans différents festivals internationaux de cinéma. En tant que performer, il a participé à "Lines in the Sand" de Joan Jonas, à la Documenta 11 de Cassel, à la Tate Modern de Londres et The Kitchen de NYC.

Joe king, rosie pedlow
Catalogue : 2005Sea Change | Film expérimental | 35mm | couleur | 5:28 | Royaume-Uni | 2005
Joe king , rosie pedlow
Sea Change
Film expérimental | 35mm | couleur | 5:28 | Royaume-Uni | 2005

Tourné sur un terrain de camping à la fin de l'été, ce film révèle un paysage transformé de manière spectaculaire par la lumière et le temps, où résonne le caractère éphémère de la présence humaine.


Rainer kirberg
Catalogue : 2006Überfahrt | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 14:0 | Allemagne | 2006
Rainer kirberg
Überfahrt
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 14:0 | Allemagne | 2006

Brandebourg/RDA 1979. Trois terroristes de la fraction ouest-allemande de l?armée rouge, fatigués de combattre, préparent, sous l?égide de la Sécurité d?Etat est-allemande (STASI), des biographies fictives qui doivent leur permettre de mener une existence secrète en Allemagne socialiste. La discussion des trois hommes au sujet de leurs fausses identités se transforme en bilan de leur véritable passé politique et en aveu d?échec sur le plan humain.


Autor, Regisseur, Künstler Etudes de peinture, de cinéma, d?histoire de l?art et de philosophie à la Kunstakademie et à l?université de Düsseldorf. Courts-métrages expérimentaux depuis sa période scolaire (1969), clips musicaux dans le domaine indépendant (en partie rachetés par la Cinemathèque Française), jusqu?à aujourd?hui auteur/réalisateur de 3 longs-métrages . Rainer Kirberg travaille dans le domaine artistique depuis 1979 au travers du cinéma, de l?installation scénique et de la performance. En plus de ses propres projets, pour lesquels il a été responsable de production, des décors, de l?architecture, de tournage et de cut, Rainer Kirberg travaille comme auteur pour l?industrie du film et de la télévision allemandes. Prix du scénario de Rhénanie-Westphalie en 1991, nomination pour le prix du scénario allemand en 1996. Parmi les artistes qui ont collaboré aux projets de Rainer Kirberg, on compte la star de cinéma française Tcheky Caryo ( ?Nikita? ) et des acteurs allemands renommés comme Erwin Leder (?Das Boot ?), Christoph Eichhorn (?Zauberberg? : ?Montagne magique?) et Peter Lohmeyer, sans compter des personnalités de rang international comme Amanda Lear, muse de Dali, et Kenneth Anger, une légende du film underground.

Farzad kiyafar
Catalogue : 2006Yeki bayad harf bezane | Fiction | dv | couleur | 34:51 | Iran | 2005
Farzad kiyafar
Yeki bayad harf bezane
Fiction | dv | couleur | 34:51 | Iran | 2005

L'histoire tourne autour des non-dits, des vrais sentiments, des faux sourires et des tabous existants dans une vie de couple. Mais c'est aussi sur deux personnes qui peuvent ruinés leur vie dans l'espace d'une nuit.


nom : Farzad Kiyafar date de naissance : 6 avril 1980 lieu de naissance : Téhéran, Iran études : diplômé de l'Université Cinéma - Théâtre, section montage (B.A) Etudes de littérature dramatique ( M.A) de l'université Cinéma - Théâtre de Téhéran

Iztok klancar
Catalogue : 2018Safe Place | Installation vidéo | mp4 | couleur | 14:0 | Slovénie | Pays-Bas | 2017
Iztok klancar
Safe Place
Installation vidéo | mp4 | couleur | 14:0 | Slovénie | Pays-Bas | 2017

"When external forces act on us, we retreat. We create a mental space. There, we can play.” Filmed on various location throughout Europe with the help of the young talent grant (Mondriaan fund), Safe Place is an atmospheric music piece set into an immersive visual experience. With the protagonists’ actions in nature and abstract elements, the video is a continuous flow of introspection. The landscapes suggest emotional streams of our inner world. The people are showing themselves in their playful, yet emotionally charged state of mind. They interact with nature by means of private rituals to release their hidden selves. Safe Place is an exploration into the lurking depths of our minds aiming to push the spectator into their own inner hidden places. Duration: 14 min Directed, filmed and edited by: Iztok Klančar Music: Lifecutter Starring: Atanas Petrov, Aphra Tesla, Aljaž Celarc Many thanks to: Simon Tanšek, Neven M. Agalma, Ariadne Urlus, Rob Philip, Gerda Postma, Antoine Latipau, Eva Pavlič Seifert, Ljubica Klančar, Andreea Dumitriu, Perri MacKenzie, Suzanne Somer, Rudnik Trbovlje Hrastnik, Fotoklub Hrastnik, The Bookstore Foundation and the cast.

I graduated as photographer at the KABK in The Hague in 2012 with the series My Men. It was was presented as a photo book and a video installation with sound. Although in its conception this work was documentary, the story was edited as a music video. Both edits, that of the book as well as the video have got a fictional turn to it. The video proved to be versatile, suitable for a gallery setting (GEM, Nederlands Fotomuseum), as well as a cinema (Het Nutshuis) or a temporary pop-up space (Metro station in Amsterdam). The next couple of years I continued to develop both video and photography, experimenting with different ways of presentations. Making snapshots was an integral part of my process. It enabled me to make order of the world and then edit out a theme. The following work was called Afterlife, with a broader theme of finding oneself in a changed world. It is about finding new structures, new rhythm, new logics to life. A life that seeks not to be conformed by our times where we are forced to buy ourselves an ideal lifestyle. Making Afterlife was about discovering a world that is mine, a new, yet familiar place. It resulted in a selection of sequences, printed on long paper rolls and a publication dummy which was also used as a portable installation. A body of work, called Reverence started to emerge from the second half of 2014 on. With Reverence I took further steps, making a music video for Lifecutter and exhibiting it in Showroom MAMA, together with photographs. The photographic part of the installation were diary snapshots. These were an initial step in my visual research, subject matters I narrowed down in the video. While photographs were an eclectic mixture of various encounters, impressions and landscapes, the video zoomed into a rather physical encounter with an attempt to visually depict the mental consequences of it. At that time, I also started with a short performance piece where I used video visuals as a backdrop and ambient. The texts are thoroughly edited diary entries, bundled into stories that convey an intense journey into myself, a deep introspection of what it means to be a sexual and sensitive being. When I obtained the young talent grant by Mondriaan Fund in 2016 I edited the massive library of snapshots into a new body of work, called Journal. The pictures are a relentless and a repetitive loop of same experiences, scavenging for endless impressions, for attention and love. Besides being shown online on different blogs, I also made a limited edition of the publication (shown at several photography events in Slovenia). Currently I am working on an edition of prints. With the help of the Mondriaan young talent grant in 2016 I filmed on different locations in Europe with various people from which the short film Safe Place was assembled. Safe Place is an atmospheric music piece set into an immersive visual experience. With the protagonists’ actions in nature and abstract elements, the video is a continuous flow of introspection. The landscapes suggest emotional streams of our inner world. The people are showing themselves in their playful, yet emotionally charged state of mind. They interact with nature by means of private rituals to release their hidden selves. In the lengthy process of making Safe Place, I significantly upgraded my technical skills - the camerawork, as well as editing. I learned how to work intensely one-on-one with the performers and create a safe space for experimentation within a set of parametres, such as an activity taking place, the styling and the location. A specialisation of mine has become setting a sensorical atmosphere by choosing the right environment in the outdoors, as well as specific light. Safe Place and other work I made subsequently has been used as visuals for the shows of Lifecutter. I also collaborated with the fashion Bas Kosters, making a set of visuals and social media videos for his last collection, called Hope. Acknowledging the queer feel of both of our work, I directed Bas into a comic depiction of sensuality (with food) which is one of my personal fetishes. The camera work, editing and sound are effectively adjusted to function well as visuals during his fashion show and on social media. This proves how my work is versatile and can be shown in different places, far outside the gallery world. After the young talent grant, I started teaching and coaching students of the department of Fashion Design at the HKU in Utrecht. This year, I also started teaching A/V at the department of Photography at the KABK in The Hague. My general approach to teaching is very flexible - the story or the atmosphere are the primary motivation on building of a film work. I never impose a certain format upon my students, but still teach them how to apply the basic ingredients of filmmaking to their projects, such as storyboard, camerawork, editing and sound.

Lisa klapstock
Catalogue : 2007Ambiguous Landscape : Helsinki | Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 99:99 | Canada | Finlande | 2007
Lisa klapstock
Ambiguous Landscape : Helsinki
Doc. expérimental | dv | couleur | 99:99 | Canada | Finlande | 2007

Ambiguous Landscapes (2003-2005) comprises large-scale ?dislocated? photo diptychs and a wall-mounted 5-screen video work. The subject matter of natural and man-made landscapes includes a granite stair, a grass field, a paved dyke, a scrubby hillside, and a snowy slope, all rendered unfamiliar and spatially ambiguous with the camera. These landscapes, made abstract by the analogue camera, are brought back into the realm of the real through temporal mechanisms involving the presence of a figure in the work. The figure registers and describes space and time, altering our perception of the depicted landscape, transforming it from a flat image into a three-dimensional space. In the videos, the movement of the figure traversing an otherwise empty and still landscape, reveals the shape of the depicted topography, as well as its expanse, and in the process registers both time and space. These moving images are endlessly repeating, looped with a built-in randomness that produces moments when the same landscape appears, at different points in time, across multiple screens. The videos are nevertheless largely still, setting up a situation of waiting and expectation. www.lisaklapstock.com

Lens-based artist Lisa Klapstock lives and works in Toronto and holds a Communication degree from Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. With a focus on everyday places and their human occupation, Klapstock?s practice investigates the relationship between photographic depiction and visual perception. Since the late 90?s, Klapstock has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Canada, and in Europe where she has also participated in residencies: Stichting Duende Aktiviteiten, Rotterdam (2002); the Helsinki International Artist-in-Residence Programme, Cable Factory (2004); and the Danish International Visual Art Exchange Program, Copenhagan (2007). Klapstock?s work is in corporate and public collections including the Musée de la Photographie, Belgium; the Museet for Fotokunst, Denmark; the National Portrait of Canada, the Winnipeg Art Gallery (CA); the Kamloops Art Gallery (CA), and the Art Gallery of Hamilton (CA). Between 2004 and 2006, Klapstock?s work toured Canada in a solo exhibition, Liminal, organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery and accompanied by a monograph. She is represented in Canada by Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto and Diane Farris Gallery, Vancouver.

Hanke kleij
Catalogue : 2005De wachter | Doc. expérimental | betaSP | couleur | 27:0 | Pays-bas | 2003
Hanke kleij
De wachter
Doc. expérimental | betaSP | couleur | 27:0 | Pays-bas | 2003

Portrait poétique du Lage Erfburg, un petit pont à Rotterdam. Sur la signification d´un endroit insignifiant. Les gens traversent ou attendent. Fragmentation et unité. Un film qui parle d´attendre, de regarder et de voir.


Hanke Kleij (1976) est une rélisatrice et une artiste multimédia. Elle a étudié à l´Académie de Musique et de théâtre de Rotterdam.

Arthur kleinjan
Catalogue : 2018ABOVE US ONLY SKY | Installation vidéo | mp4 | couleur et n&b | 27:30 | Pays-Bas | 2018
Arthur kleinjan
ABOVE US ONLY SKY
Installation vidéo | mp4 | couleur et n&b | 27:30 | Pays-Bas | 2018

Arthur Kleinjan presents ABOVE US ONLY SKY, a large-scale video triptych. A narrator leads us into a magical-realist history that is bereft of fabrication. His story begins with an investigation into a plane crash in communist Czechoslovakia, which one woman survived after an unlikely fall from the air. This event becomes the point of entry to a dense web of seemingly unrelated events that appear to be deeply entangled. Kleinjan plays an intelligent game with the surreal logic of chance, the repetition of events, and synchronicity. `Above us only sky` questions the surreal logic of chance, repetition of events, and synchronicity. It blurs the boundaries that separate us from the past through a present that shifts and fluctuates between reality, imagination and speculation. Viewers become unsuspected witnesses to political defiance and reprisals where the past has informed the present and where natural, political and technological disasters, are followed by remarkable tales of survival.

Arthur Kleinjan is a Dutch visual artist working with the media of film and photography. He studied at the Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam and Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. His work, an exploration of visual perception is merged with a metaphysical sensation of place, identity and time as he transforms apparent lucid moments into layered visuals and narratives. The work of Arthur Kleinjan has been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at The Essl Collection(Vienna, Austria), Western Front(Vancouver, Canada) and 2YK Gallery(Berlin, Germany). He has participated in exhibitions such as the Biennale of Busan (South Korea), in the Musée d`art contemporain de Montréal (Canada). His films has been screened at Clermond Ferrand Filmfestival(France), International Film festival Rotterdam(NL) and Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia (Madrid, Spain).

Karl kliem, christine fowler
Catalogue : 20052 minutes | Vidéo expérimentale | dv | noir et blanc | 2:0 | Allemagne | 2005
Karl kliem , christine fowler
2 minutes
Vidéo expérimentale | dv | noir et blanc | 2:0 | Allemagne | 2005

Karl Klien, 34 ans, est un membre fondateur du laboratoire MESO base à Frankfurt. Il développe des systèmes audio et vidéos en temps réel. Il réalise aussi de divers travaux dans les champs du multimédia, du design Internet et télévisé, de la production sonore et musicale pour les films et les installations interactives. Il est aussi membre de Involving Systems et le fondateur d?un label, Dienstselle. Il est en 1969 né à Frankfurt sur le Main. En 1990, il entre à HFG OF et en sort diplômé en 98. Il créé en 95 Involving system pour faire des installations vidéos et audio interractives. En 97, il est membre fondateur de MESO pour le design des systèmes média numérique et finalement fonde son propre label, Dienstselle en 2002.

Valentinas klimasauskas
Catalogue : 2006Vilnius Contemporary Art Center | 0 | 0 | | 0:0 | Lituanie | 2007
Valentinas klimasauskas
Vilnius Contemporary Art Center
0 | 0 | | 0:0 | Lituanie | 2007

Inauguré en 1968 à Vilnius en Lituanie, le bâtiment du Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) dépendait à l?origine du Lithuanian Museum of Art. Ce n?est qu?en 1992 que le CAC, principalement financé par le Ministère de la Culture Lituanien, devient indépendant. Aujourd?hui, avec ses 2400 m² de surface exposable, le CAC est la plus grande institution dédiée à l?art contemporain des Etats baltes. Fort de cet espace, le CAC s?affirme comme un acteur incontournable de la scène balte, nord européenne. Chaque année, le CAC organise 5 à 6 expositions majeures ainsi qu?une quinzaine de projets plus modestes. Le CAC est aussi le lieu de résidence de la Baltic Triennial of International Art, un festival d?art contemporain, et, tous les deux ans, le CAC passe en revue les évolutions de l?art lituanien. Comme tout centre d?art, le CAC organise des conférences, des projections et des concerts. Comme tout centre d?art, il maintient une bibliothèque, une médiathèque où le public peu venir consulter des livres et des journaux spécialisés ainsi que des vidéos, des CDs, des DVDs et l?Internet. Mais, depuis 2004, le CAC a grandement diversifié ses activités. Depuis octobre 2004, le CAC produit sa propre série pour la télévision lituanienne. Un show très expérimental où un groupe d?inadaptés sociaux et de parias prend les commandes d?un programme télévisé. Inexpérimentés en télévision, ils décident de réinventer le médium. En 2005, en parallèle à son activité de publication de catalogues et de livres, le CAC commence à éditer "CAC Interviu". Magazine trimestriel bilingue (anglais/lithuanien), "CAC Interviu" s?intéresse aux événements régionaux ayant une dimension, une résonance internationale. Cette année, le CAC s?associe à la Vilnius Art Academy et à cinq autres institutions européennes pour proposer un Master de Curatorial Studies. Et, pour la deuxième fois de son histoire, le CAC sera en charge du Pavillon Lituanien lors de la 52ème Biennale de Venise.


Valentinas Klimasauskas est commissaire d?exposition au Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) de Vilnius, en Lituanie, et a participé au projet CACTV, une série télévisée produite par le CAC.

Ilan klipper, virgil vernier
Catalogue : 2007flics-première partie | Documentaire | dv | couleur | 74:0 | France | 2006
Ilan klipper , virgil vernier
flics-première partie
Documentaire | dv | couleur | 74:0 | France | 2006

Ce film est le premier volet d?un diptyque sur la police d?aujourd?hui. Ce premier film, qui se déroule dans une école de police, s?intéresse à la transmission des techniques de la « violence légitime ».


Ilan Klipper Journaliste, je réalise des magazines d?actualité pour Canal-Plus et I-Télévision. Après une formation de troisième cycle en Histoire des relations internationales, spécialisée dans les conflits du Moyen-Orient, j?ai débuté ma carrière dans la presse écrite, rédigeant des dépêches pour l?AFP, publiant des articles dans Libération, le Courrier International et écrivant pour le Guide Vert des éditions Michelin. Durant l?année 2004-2005, j?ai réalisé pour I-Télévision une émission mensuelle de voyages ainsi que plusieurs sujets d?actualité d?une dizaine de minutes chacun. En 2006 j?ai réalisé mon premier documentaire, « FLICS-première partie » avec la société de production Agat Films. Virgil Vernier Après une maîtrise de philosophie j?ai fait deux ans aux Beaux-Arts de Paris. J?ai ensuite réalisé deux moyens métrages de fiction avec anna sanders films, « KARINE » et « L? OISEAU D?OR ». En 2005-2006, j?ai réalisé « CHRONIQUES DE 2005 », un long-métrage en coproduction Anna sanders films et bathysphere productions.

Vera klute
Catalogue : 2009Hair in my soup | Animation | dv | couleur | 2:32 | Allemagne | Irlande | 2009
Vera klute
Hair in my soup
Animation | dv | couleur | 2:32 | Allemagne | Irlande | 2009

The 2-channel video ?Hair in my soup? uses pencil drawing, photo-collage and video footage to create a multi-disciplinary animation. Over two and a half minutes the video moves through a variety of domestic scenes and settings, connected only through fragments of storylines. The imagery is immediately recognizable yet strange and mysterious, ranging from bicycle wheels that are wearing shoes and pill-popping magpies to grinding teeth and ants in the shower. The two screens go back and forth between displaying separate clips and then merging again into one continuous canvas. The two channels might shift, leave a gap or even show opposite view points of the same scene, relying on the viewer chose their own perspective. By juxtaposing the fantastic elements on both screens, associations and suggestions are created rather than a traditional narrative. The video is looking at life as a subjective experience where imagination and reality become undistinguishable. The ordinary becomes absurd in this rearrangement of everyday occurrences.

Now based in Dublin, German born Klute is currently an artist in residence at Fire Station artist?s studios. After graduating from an Honours BA in Fine Art at IADT in 2006 she has been exhibiting consistently in Ireland and abroad. Previous solo exhibitions were held at Wexford Arts Centre (2009) and The LAB, Dublin (2006). Her work has also been featured in numerous group shows including `How Do You Know?` at Blankspace Gallery in Oakland, `Housewarming` at RUA RED in Tallaght , `Dare to live without limits` at the Sub-Urban Video Lounge in Rotterdam, `Phoenix Park` at the Kerlin Gallery in Dublin, `The Video Project` at the Pawnshop Gallery in Los Angeles. She recently received the Wexford Emerging Visual Artist Award (2008) and the Arts Council Bursary Award (2008 & 2009).

Kari Og Odveig klyve-gulbrandsen og klyve
Catalogue : 2012Between | | | couleur | 5:51 | Norvège | 2012
Kari Og Odveig klyve-gulbrandsen og klyve
Between
| | couleur | 5:51 | Norvège | 2012

Kari Klyve Gulbrandsen (b. 1980) has directed, photographed and edited several short- and documentary films. Her films are selected for film festivals in US, India and Europe. Odveig Klyve (b. 1954) is a filmdirector and an author of nine books of poetry. She has written and directed short films, presented at international film festivals in Europe, US and India. Her poetry is translated into several languages.

Miska Michael knapek
Catalogue : 2008longlapses: mannerheimintie south | Animation | | couleur | 3:58 | Danemark | Finlande | 2007
Miska Michael knapek
longlapses: mannerheimintie south
Animation | | couleur | 3:58 | Danemark | Finlande | 2007

14:00-04:00 dans une rue animée d?Helsinki, en mai. Le projet « Longlapses » scrute la perception humaine, les brefs moments d?attention de la mémoire et les longs oublis. « Longlapses » de Miska Knapek vise à ouvrir les yeux et les esprits à la vie, dans des moments d?attention plus longs, pour retrouver la trace de l?être chaotique caché de la société et de la nature. Dans des traces et un temps comprimés, les mouvements de la nature sont pris entre la lumière changeante et l?ombre, mais il en va de même pour l?« être » de la société, qui trace sa vie visuellement. Comme si un objet physique ? le sommeil-réveil-départ-travail-transport-retour-sommeil de la société ? s?imprimait lui-même visuellement.


Né en 1975, Miska Knapek est un artiste designer. Après une licence en design d?information graphique, et des études supérieures en design d?interaction artistique, il est basé maintenant au Media Lab d?Helsinki (Finlande). Il explore les modes chaotiques et les stimulantes perceptions fondamentales de la société, l?optique, le temps et l'espace. En appliquant des techniques de visualisation d?informations à du matériel photographique, sensoriel, ou de data mining, l??uvre de Knapek retrace les vies cachées de la nature, de la société et de l?environnement immédiat et personnel des gens. Son travail a été exposé internationalement, notamment à Ars Electronica et à Transmediale.

Catalogue : 2009kiasma cafe north | Animation | | couleur | 3:5 | Danemark | Finlande | 2008
Miska Michael knapek
kiasma cafe north
Animation | | couleur | 3:5 | Danemark | Finlande | 2008

Through a spatiotemporal representation twenty-two hours of a central Helsinki cafe`s life, asking to our permanence and soul of being. How are we, beyond the instants? Every animation frame holds twenty-two hours dispersed through its surface, linearly as if the motif`s time was scanned horizontally. Every subsequent animation frame moves the time`s position across the motif, revealing each bit at a slightly later time. Tracing the life in a watering hole of society, a cafe, the work juxtaposes the static built environment and the fluidity of being. The cafe-goers stay long enough for them to be visually caught, depicted, the essence of their being, almost as if it were their souls, are like colours spilled running in the rain. A blur in motion. Cyclically appearing and disappearing daily.

Miska Knapek is an artist designer, with a past in Graphic Information Design (BA) and graduate studies in artistic interaction design, currently based at Media Lab Helsinki. He explores chaotic patterns and challenging fundamental perceptions of society, optics, time, and space. Applying information visualisation techniques, to photographic/sensory/datamined material, Knapek?s work traces the hidden lives of nature, society and people?s immediate personal surrounds. His work has been exhibited internationally, including at Ars Electronica and Transmediale.

John kneller
Catalogue : 2006This film has no commercial value | Film expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 23:30 | Canada | 2006
John kneller
This film has no commercial value
Film expérimental | 16mm | couleur | 23:30 | Canada | 2006

Ce film a été fait de façon traditionnelle sur une pellicule utilisant un procédé basé sur la méthode de production. Ce sont les efforts respectifs d'un artiste de l'image et d'un artiste du son. Ce film se concentre sur l'environnement naturel construit par l'homme, capturant à l'aide de la camera et d' appareils spécialisés, un phénomène qui est invisible à l'oeil nu. Cette compression du temps passé est augmenté par l'usage automatisé du panoramique, de l'inclinaison et du zoom mécanique conçus par le cinéaste. L'image qui en résulte est une hyper-réalité des paysages en général et de paysages urbains, comme capturés et transformés à travers les moyens d'une médiation mécanique. La création sonore est presque totalement effacée par les sons naturels enregistrés et les performances musicales de différents environnements, la tension Romantique de la musique est tendue par les représentations lyriques de la nature et de l'environnement. La médiation délibérée des appareils de son et d'image suggère que notre relation avec l'environnement ne peut plus jamais être vu en dehors du domaine politique, la musique sert de requiem pour la spoliation de la terre par l'Homme. Les images d'un phénomène tel que l' "Aurore Boréalis" sont soumis à un long procédé cinématographique qui les transforment, transformant le phénomène qui est exclusivement crée par le procédé du film lui-même, particulièrement par des moyens d'imprimante optique et des mats progressifs faits-mains sur film et performant par la suite des opérations répétées en combinant et recombinant à l'aide des mats, au point d'arriver à une abstraction complète de l'image. Ce film est "coupable" dans ce qu' il veut exposer, le trouble avec cette tendance post-moderne envers le spectacle, le film dépouille la nature et l'environnement les présentant non en tant que telles mais avec l'intervention et la manipulation de l'homme.


John Kneller - Biographie John Keller a obtenu son diplôme à l' Unversité de Toronto, il a suivi un programme d'études du Cinéma en 1988 et a depuis fait des films inhabituels. Sa réserve d'échanges est le procédé créatif et consommateur de temps d'une impression optique et d'une manipulation accélérée. Il enseigne actuellement le cinéma au "Sheridan College" et poursuit une Maitrise en Cinéma (MFA) à l'Université York de Toronto. Des travaux d' impressions d'optiques récentes et en cours de réalisation ont été conçus pour les cinéastes canadiens Steve Sanguedolce, Phil Hoffman et Sol Nagler.Le "Festival du Film Winnipeg Experimental and Underground" (WNDX) si fréquenté , présentant la cours de maître des impressions d'optique, a présenté de nouveaux travaux en cours, "Homecoming Montreal 1950" , un film qui se sert de "Kodachrome" original et fait optiquement 3 séparations de couleur rouge, verte, et bleue et reprend ensuite fidélement, la couleur initiale mais qui plus tard se sert d' interventions et d'expériences accrues. C'est une oeuvre de compagnons 6 minutes plus courte que le long film de cette même année intitulé " This Film has No Commercial Value" 23 mins. 2006 qui est une vision méditée du dur mais beau paysage canadien.

Thomas kneubÜhler
Catalogue : 2013Days in Nights | Doc. expérimental | | couleur | 3:45 | Canada | 2013
Thomas kneubÜhler
Days in Nights
Doc. expérimental | | couleur | 3:45 | Canada | 2013

It is hard to navigate in the dark, especially in an unknown territory. Over time, the eyes adjust to the darkness, and the new environment starts to emerge. This video was made during an artist residency at CFS Alert, a military and research station in the high Arctic. CFS Alert is the northernmost settlement in the world, 800 km from the North Pole. From October to early March there is polar night, with no direct sunlight. Most people at the station are there for limited time, on average 3 to 6 months.

Thomas Kneubühler vit au Canada depuis 2000. Il est titulaire d?une maîtrise en beaux arts de l?Université Concordia. Son travail a été présenté dans de nombreuses expositions individuelles au Canada et dans le cadre d?expositions collectives au Canada, en Chine, en Suisse, aux Pays-Bas, en Allemagne et au Mexique.

Catalogue : 2014Forward Looking Statements | Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 3:47 | Canada | 2014
Thomas kneubÜhler
Forward Looking Statements
Doc. expérimental | hdv | couleur | 3:47 | Canada | 2014

A conference call by investors of a planned iron mine provides the soundtrack for a ride over the land which the company wants to exploit. The land in question is a traditional hunting ground for the Inuit community of Aupaluk, located in Canada's far North. The village has already been relocated in the 1980 and is now again under threat. The term "forward looking statements" is used in the world of investors to describe future events which are subject to certain risks and uncertainties.

Born in Solothurn, Switzerland, Thomas Kneubühler has been living in Canada since 2000. In 2003, he completed a Master’s degree in Studio Arts at Concordia University, Montreal. His work often deals with social issues and how technology is affecting people’s lives. His work has been presented in many exhibitions in both Europe and North America, most recently at the Québec Triennial at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (2011), at the Centre culturel canadien, Paris (2012) and at the Centre Pasquart, Bienne (2014). In 2011 he was awarded the Pratt & Whitney Canada Prize of the Conseil des arts de Montréal, and in 2012 the Swiss Art Award by the Ministry of Culture Switzerland. «Whether it is the ambiguous boundaries of public and private space, the all-pervasive spectre of security surveillance or even the radiant, if dehumanizing, beauty of cityscapes, Kneubühler’s practice tellingly identifies the co-existing insecurities, uncertainties and subtle pleasures embedded in the structures of modern life.» (Bryne McLaughlin, Canadian Art)

knut asdam special
Catalogue : 2012 | | | | 90:0 | Norvège | 0
knut asdam special
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