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Andres duque
Catalogue : 2012ENSAYO FINAL PARA UTOPIA | Doc. expérimental | hdcam | | 75:0 | Venezuela | Espagne | 2012
Andres duque
ENSAYO FINAL PARA UTOPIA
Doc. expérimental | hdcam | | 75:0 | Venezuela | Espagne | 2012

Experimental documentary maker Andrés Duque visits Mozambique, looking for old footage that had been made there. But strange premonitions make him sad. When it becomes apparent that his old father is seriously ill, he returns to his homeland of Venezuela straight away. The film he had been working on grows into a personal collage in which he gives his feelings a place alongside the politically tinted images he found in Mozambique - or filmed himself. In this way, Dress Rehearsal for Utopia turns into a diary cum experimental travelogue cum political statement, in the tradition of earlier works such as Color Runaway Dog, which was screened last year in Rotterdam. After an intimate start and a cultural trip to Mozambique, Duque returns home, where he has to face the fact that he can?t change anything about the finiteness of life. The musical soundtrack is sometimes interrupted for scenes by a gentle rustling noise that links the different images, their origins and significance together.

He studied journalism in Venezuela. In 1994 he joined the Latin American division of HBO as a writer and director of reports on film. He covered film festivals such as Cannes, Sundance, Berlin, San Sebastian and Toronto, among others. In 2000 he moved to Barcelona, Spain where he studied a Masters in Theory and Practice of Creative Documentary. His best known film is "Ivan Z" a portrait of the cult filmmaker Iván Zulueta, in addition to participating in more than a dozen international festivals; it is worth the Goya Award nomination in the category of Best Short Documentary.

Sébastien durantÉ
Catalogue : 2015Rendre à Cesar | Fiction | hdv | couleur | 4:36 | France | 2013
Sébastien durantÉ
Rendre à Cesar
Fiction | hdv | couleur | 4:36 | France | 2013

4min36 – 2013 En 2007, les archéologues fouillent le fond du Rhône au bord des rives de la ville d’Arles découvrant un buste en marbre qu’ils identifient comme étant César. Face à cette découverte j’ai entrepris de sculpter mon propre buste dans le même matériau et de le jeter à l’eau, là ou les archéologues continuent les fouilles.


Chaque nouveau projet que j’entreprends nécessite que je m’immerge ; que j’interroge la façon de faire et de penser de tel ou tel artiste. J’aime ce challenge proche de celui du faussaire qui doit se plonger dans la technique et la vision d’un créateur. J’opère des déplacements à travers différents cadres (au sens Goffmanien), de façon à jouer avec le statut d’une œuvre d’art et celui de l’artiste. La transformation, la mise à mal d’un objet artistique, artisanal, archéologique permet une ouverture des champs et un déplacement des frontières entre ces différentes sphères. L’appropriation d’un objet ou d’une pièce passe par une transformation ou une greffe : un déplacement de forme, de matière ou d’espace trouble ses codes de lecture.

Jean-pierre duret, andréa santana
Diana duta
Catalogue : 2015The Silver Tower | Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 10:6 | Roumanie | Royaume-Uni | 2015
Diana duta
The Silver Tower
Vidéo | hdv | couleur | 10:6 | Roumanie | Royaume-Uni | 2015

The Silver Tower is a reconstruction, entirely from memory, of ‘The Black Tower’ (1987) by John Smith. Drawing on fragmented recollections, personal experience, and conversations with friends, the video tries to repeat or mimic moments, words or scenes from John Smith’s seminal video work, reflecting on memory, originality and the creative act in the process.

Diana Duta (b.1985) studied art at Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam and Sociocultural Linguistics at Goldsmiths University, London. She uses video, sound, music and writing for the creation of long-term projects which address the performative aspects of language in an experimental, often collaborative way. Diana’s work is concerned with the fallibility of human creation and relies on improvisation, fuzzy authorship and the creating of an atmosphere where things can flow in a collective effort.

Claudia dworschak, marion geyer-grois
Catalogue : 2007Wilder Westen | Film expérimental | dv | couleur | 5:0 | Autriche | 2006
Claudia dworschak , marion geyer-grois
Wilder Westen
Film expérimental | dv | couleur | 5:0 | Autriche | 2006

Wilder Westen Österreich gilt heute als Drehscheibe für sogenannte ?white slavery?, den Handel mit Mädchen aus Osteuropa. 2005 veröffentlichte die Wiener Stadtzeitung FALTER Auszüge aus Abhörprotokollen der Polizei, die Telefongespräche zwischen Mädchenhändlern in Wien und deren litauischen Zulieferern und österreichischen Kunden dokumentieren. Diese Polizeiprotokolle nahmen die Künstlerinnen von diekönigin, Claudia Dworschak und Marion Geyer-Grois, zum Anlass für ihre Videoarbeit Wilder Westen. Mit reduziertem Bildmaterial und eingelesenen Textfragmenten wird eine mögliche Szenerie dieses schmutzigen Geschäftes verfremdet dargestellt. Zwischen der scheinbar harmlosen, einladenden Kulisse eines möglichen Tatortes und der Ungeheuerlichkeit des Verbrechens bauen die Künstlerinnen ein Spannungsfeld auf, das mit dem Unsichtbaren, Nicht-Fassbaren operiert. (AV) eine dieköniginproduktion Katalogtext zur Ausstellung >Sexwork - Kunst Mythos Realität< der NGBK, Berlin Kehrerverlag Heidelberg, 2007

diekönigin sind... Claudia Dworschak 1963 geboren in Linz/Österreich 2000 - 2007 Studium audiovisuelle Mediengestaltung an der Kunstuniversität Linz/Österreich seit 1999 Arbeiten und Ausstellungen mit der Künstlerinnengruppe ?freundinnen der kunst? und der Radiogruppe ?spacefemfm? 2004 ?diekönigin ?wird mit Marion Geyer-Grois gegründet Marion Geyer-Grois 1976 geboren in Wien, aufgewachsen in Niederabsdorf/Niederösterreich 2000 - 2007 Studium audiovisuelle Mediengestaltung an der Kunstuniversität Linz 2004 ?diekönigin? wird mit Claudia Dworschak gegründet

Per dybvig
Catalogue : 2010Hunter Hare Dog | Animation | dv | noir et blanc | 6:51 | Espagne | Norvège | 2010
Per dybvig
Hunter Hare Dog
Animation | dv | noir et blanc | 6:51 | Espagne | Norvège | 2010

PER DYBVIG Hunter Hare Dog 2009/2010 Storyteller: Craig Whitson / Text: Per Dybvig / Technic: Andreas Joner / Duration: 6:51 min Per Dybvig`s (b. 1964) drawings are usually produced spontaneously, with a sense of urgency and almost feverishness that results in a comedic cosmos of bizarre figures and creatures. The majority of the works emerge out of specific situations and in rapid sequence. In 2009/2010, Per Dybvig transposed his drawings into his first film: Hunter Hare Dog. In this film Dybvig takes a step into a universe that revolves against a classic storytelling tradition. The title of the animation, Hunter Hare Dog, refers to Georg Pencz graphic print "The Hunter Caught by the Hares" (1534-35), but we also find clear references to the Norwegian folk tales. Folktales are free ranging and imaginative stories which have passed from storyteller to storyteller from time immemorial. They depict the relationship between people, expressed in fantastic and symbolic terms. The structure of these adventures follows a fixed pattern and the different sequences of the plot have their predetermined positions. The animation Hunter Hare Dog does however not follow the specific set of epic rules that characterize the folk tales. The story is told in fragments, new stories are emerging from the actual story, dialogue is suggested by charts and text bubbles, which we recognize from the world of comics. A narrator is reading a story that gives us clues about what is really going on, but does not necessarily always follow the course of the events. The animation is done in sequences where the drawings are made frame by frame. Dybvig does not correct or edit the frames, no «in between» drawings are added or digitally conducted. The line in movement is erased and new lines are applied to the already existent drawing.

Per Dybvig (b. 1964, Stavanger) lives and works in Stavanger, Norway. Per Dybvig is a renowned graphic artist whose publications and illustrations have won a number of awards. His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions and museums ? among them the Lillehammer Art Museum and the Stenersen Museum, both in Oslo, Norway ? and is represented in several public collections: the National Gallery in Oslo, the Rogaland Museum of Fine Arts in Stavanger and the Arts Council Norway. In 2008 Per Dybvig showed drawings at Priska Juschka Fine Art, New York. In 2010 the artist took part in the Drawing Biennale, Moss; in 2011 he will be presenting new work in a solo-show at Christine König Gallery in Vienna.

dybvig
Catalogue : 2011Around the House or in the Bar, at least | Animation | dv | noir et blanc | 6:37 | Norvège | 2010
dybvig
Around the House or in the Bar, at least
Animation | dv | noir et blanc | 6:37 | Norvège | 2010

The artist?s drawings are usually produced spontaneously, with a sense of urgency and almost feverishness that results in a comedic cosmos of bizarre figures and creatures. The drawings are made without corrections, their only filter being a fluid movement from eye to mind to hand to paper. They represent a mixture of automatic writing and streams of consciousness, where visual moments are arrested and fused with fragments of language. In 2009/2010 the artist started to transfer his drawings ? non-linear narratives just like his serial works ? into film with Hunter Hare Dog. Similarly, his most recent film ? Around the House or in the Bar, at least ? makes reference to Georg Pencz?s print work, The Hunter Caught by the Hares (1534-35). The second animaton also references Norwegian fairy tales. It takes up the comical-abysmal story of the hunter and his dogs, but makes it even more brutal. (In the exhibition) the film is accompanied by three drawings: blown-In fine quill and black ink, the graphic lines of the drawings are transferred into a larger format by way of a patient, point by point reconstruction that can almost be understood as an analysis of the artist?s own drawing process.

Per Dybvig is a widely recognized graphic artist, with a range of publications, illustrations, books,awards and numerous exhibitions behind him -among them the Lillehammer Art Museum and The Stenersen Museum, both in Oslo, Norway. His works are in several public collections; the National Gallery in Oslo, the Rogaland Museum of Fine Arts in Stavanger, Arts Council Norway and Wien Museum, Austria. In 2008, Per Dybvig showed drawings at Priska Juschka Fine Art, New York. In 2010 and 2011, Dybvig`s animation «Hunter Hare Dog» was part of the Art Film program at ART I 42 I BASEL and Recontres International - Paris/Berlin/Madrid. In 2010, the artist took part in The Drawing Biennale, Moss and presented recent work in solo-shows at Galerie Opdahl Berlin, ?Around the House or in the Bar, at least? and the exhibition ?Hunter Hare Dog? at Christine König Gallery in Vienna in January 2011. Dybvig`s works were featured at several art fairs in 2011, such as; Art I 42 I Basel, ARCO Madrid, Viennafair (Christine König Galerie) , Market Art Fair,Stockholm and Artissima, Torino, (Galerie Opdahl).

Per dybvig
Catalogue : 2013Hare! Introducing the Horse | Animation | | couleur et n&b | 7:2 | Norvège | 2013
Per dybvig
Hare! Introducing the Horse
Animation | | couleur et n&b | 7:2 | Norvège | 2013

In 2009/2010 Per Dybvig started to transfer his drawings ? non-linear narratives just like his serial works ? into film with Hunter Hare Dog and Around the House or in the Bar, at least ,2011. The animations makes reference to Georg Pencz`s print work, The Hunter Caught by the Hares (1534-35). Also introducing reference to Norwegian fairy tales, his most recent animation Hare! Introducing the Horse, 2013 - is the third animation in the series revolving around this universe. Hare! Introducing the Horse takes up the comical-abysmal story of the hunter and his dogs ? introducing the horse - , but makes it even more brutal and with an almost feverishness rhythm of events. The narrator is following the events chronologically, interrupted by sequences where the story leaps into free association. This contradictory to the earlier animations, where the story is told without apparent connection to the events .The animation is accompanied by small musical sequences and sounds. The stop-motion-animation is made without corrections and presents an admixture of free forms and finely traced contours, always permeated by the crucial element of language.

PER DYBVIG Born: 1964, Stavanger Lives and works in Stavanger, Norway SELECTED SOLO SHOWS 2014 2014 2013 Galerie Opdahl, upcoming «Zwei Männer», Stavanger Art Museum Residency/ Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow 2012 ONS, Stavanger 2012 Tou Camp, Stavanger 2011 «Hunter, Hare, Dog», Christine König Galerie, Vienna/Austria 2010 Around the House or in the Bar, at least, Galerie Opdahl, Berlin 2010 Hunter Hare Dog, Galleri Opdahl Stavanger 2009 Outside the Ale House,Tegnerforbundet, Oslo 2008 Drawings,Priska Juschka Fine Art, New York 2007 Drawings, Galerie Opdahl, Berlin 2006 One-shot Drawings,Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger 2004 When A Guest Turns Nasty, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo 2002 I`m so Happy with Monsieur Karzai, Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger 2000 Untitled, Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger 1999 Drawings, Galleri S.E, Bergen 1997 Untitled, Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger 1995 Drawings, Sandnes Kunstforening, Sandnes SELECTED GROUP SHOWS 2014 2013 2013 2012 Artissima I Turin, Italy (Christine König Galerie) Vienna Art Fair (Christine König Galerie) Wien Museum: «Absolut Wien- Ankäufe und Schenkungen seit 2000», Vienna, Austria Artissima I Turin, Italy (Galerie Opdahl Berlin) 2011 Lines Fiction_Zeichnung und Animation, Fruehsorge Contemporary Drawings, Berlin Art I 42 I Basel I Animated world ARCO I Madrid, Spain Viennafair I Austria Artissima I Turin, Italy Market Art Fair I Stockholm Recontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid 2010 Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, 2010 Drawing Biennale, Lines on the Move, Moss/Norway 2009 Summer Show, Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger 2008 Nordic Drawings, Skellefteå Konsthall, Rackstadmuseet, Sweden 2008 Lines in Motion, Lillehammer Kunstmuseum 2008 Market Art Fair, Stockholm/ Galleri Opdahl 2007 Market Art Fair,Stockholm/Galleri Opdahl 2006 Tegnebiennalen, Stenersenmuseet, Oslo 2006 Art Copenhagen/Galleri Opdahl, Denmark 2005 Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger 2005 Art Forum Berlin/Galleri Opdahl 2004 Art Forum Berlin/Galleri Opdahl 2003 Class of 2003, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium 2002 Galleri Sølvberget, Stavanger 2001 Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo SELECTED COLLECTIONS 2013 2012 2010 National Library, Oslo, Norway Wien Museum, Austria Statoil Collection, Norway 2009 Norwegian Council for Public Buildings 2008 Artseen Ldt/BritishVirgin Islands 2007 Stavanger County 2007 Skretting AS/Stavanger 2006 Norwegian Council for Public Buildings 2006 Rogaland Museum of Fine Arts, Stavanger, Norway 2006 StatoilHydro Collection, Norway 2003 Sic! Collection, Stavanger 2004 Norwegian Council for Cultural Affairs 2004 Stavanger Aftenblad, Norway 2002 BI, Stavanger, Norway 2002 National Library, Oslo, Norway 2001 National Library, Oslo, Norway 2000 StatoilHydro Collection, Norway 2000 National Gallery, Oslo, Norway 1999 Stavanger County, Norway 1996 Norwegian Council for Cultural Affairs GRANTS 2012/2014 2010 3 year working grant, Norwegian Council of Curtural Affairs 1 year working grant, Norwegian Artist Grant 2006/08 3 years working grant, Norwegian Artist Grant 2007 1 year Norwegian Artist Grant 2006 1 year Norwegian Artist Grant 2008 Aksel Waldemar Prize PUBLICATIONS 2013 The Moscow Drawing Book Christine Könnig Galerie / Galleri Opdahl 2011 2007 The Vienna Drawing Book Christine König Galerie/ Galleri Opdahl Per Dybvig, Artists Book / Galleri Opdahl EDUCATION 1982/83 Drawing/Bergeland, Stavanger 1983/85 Graphic Design, 2 years/Bergeland, Stavanger

Morten dysgaard
Catalogue : 2010The door of the law | Fiction expérimentale | 0 | couleur | 5:45 | Danemark | 2010
Morten dysgaard
The door of the law
Fiction expérimentale | 0 | couleur | 5:45 | Danemark | 2010

In his work ?The door of the law? (2009) we see an intense declaration of love for the American flag, The Stars and Stripes, taking place between two characters. They kiss and neatly caress the American flag in an intimate manner that tends toward the bizarre. The scene has undertones of object fetishism, thus interestingly commenting on the way we often cling to identity markers as expressed in certain cultural symbols, objects and attributes.

Since Morten Dysgaard (* 1976) graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, the cinematographic narrative technique has been his preferred mode of expression, used to investigate how images and signs are instrumental in creating our cultural feelings of identity. Dysgaard has exhibited his work all over the world and is currently working on his first feature.