Neue Brüder - Centre d'art contemporain Geneva

Neue Brüder

Cinéma Dynamo, Centre d'art contemporain, Genève

opening: 25th November 2014,

at 18:00 (film starts at 18:30)

projection from 26th November until 14th January 2015

 

Centre d'art Contemporain Genève

Batiment d'art Contemporain

Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 10,
1205 Genève

The Translator's Voice

FRAC Lorraine, Metz, France 

30th January - 4th May 2015

curated by Martin Waldmeier

Filmmaker's Choice

präsentiert von Sylvie Boisseau und Frank Westermeyer

im Arsenal, Institut für Film- und Videokunst Berlin. 20. Oktober 19:00

Unsichtbare Bilder

Die Filme dieses Programms bringen mittels der Sprache unsichtbare Bilder hervor. Dabei spielen sie mit bekannten Formen der Darstellung wie dem Bekenntnis oder der lateinamerikanischen telenovela. Durch Zuspitzung und Übertreibung der Konventionen fordern sie unseren Glauben an das Sichtbare heraus. Jean Eustache filmt in UNE SALE HISTOIRE (F 1977) gleich zweimal hintereinander das wortwörtlich identische Geständnis eines leidenschaftlichen Voyeurs. Phil Collins tauscht in jeder Szene seiner telenovela SOY MI MADRE die Schauspieler aus, ohne dass davon der Handlungsverlauf beeinträchtigt werden würde. Dem OPTIONISTEN ist die Vorstellung seiner unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten bereits genug. (sb, fw)

The films of this program produce invisible images through language. They play with popular forms of representation like the testimonial or the latin american telenovella. Exaggerating the conventions of these forms, the films challenge our believe in the visible.

Une sale histoire Eine schmutzige Geschichte
Jean Eustache Frankreich 1977
35 mm OmU 28 min + 16 mm OmU 22 min
Der Optionist Sylvie Boisseau, Frank Westermeyer
Deutschland 2004 DV 4 min
2026 Maha Maamoun Ägypten 2010
DVD OmE 9 min
Soy mi madre Phil Collins Mexiko 2008
DV OmE 28 min

20th October 2014, Arsenal Institut für Film- und Videokunst, Berlin

THE ALPHABETIC ORDER OF THINGS A Survey of Video Art from Vtape’s Collection

Screening at EMMEDIA, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Thursday July 31, August 7 + August 14, 2014 @ 9 – 10PM

EMMEDIA is proud to present a summer series of outdoor screenings in our downtown parking lot, featuring works from prolific video artists in Canada and beyond. Curators Lindsay Sorell, Lowell Smith, and Teresa Tam selected three screening programs using Vtape’s vast catalogue of videos. Vtape is Canada’s leading artist-run, not-for-profit distributor of video art that includes a diverse collection of work from the early 1970s to the present. Join us on Thursday nights as we survey contemporary and historical media artworks that experiment with the medium of video, while breaking barriers and leading the way for avant-garde video artists to come. Light refreshments will be provided as we enjoy the summer night!

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Folding Unfolding Space

Exhibition with: Sylvie Boisseau & Frank Westermeyer, Simon Deppierraz, Christina Dimitriadis, Aloïs Godinat, Elín Jakobsdóttir, Andrea Knobloch, Luc Mattenberger 

Folding Unfolding Space
curated by Dr. Christine Nippe
May 3 until June 14 2014
opening on GALLERY WEEKEND BERLIN

Galerie cubus-m
Pohlstraße 75
10785 Berlin

Opening hours: 
Wed – Fr  2 – 7 p.m.,
Sat 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
and by appointment

Set tongues wagging [sɛt tuhng wag·ging]

@ vatpe, Toronto until March 7 2014

In the second program of this year’s Curatorial Incubator, Yaël Filipovic examines language itself and how, by inserting themselves in front of the camera, artists may place themselves in the center of what she calls “these potent and delicate conversations” involving politics, nationalism, and colonialism.

“From a young age, the school system has enforced language as an emancipatory force. Within nation building, the homogenization of language is a tool for the creation of a united national identity that is fundamentally regulated. The instrumentalization of language can thus also be traced back to the enacting of imperial rule, violent forms of colonization, and imbalances of power. The correlations created between language and nationalism make it difficult to reconcile the simultaneously fluid and fixed natures of language.” – Yaël Filipovic

This year, The Curatorial Incubator, v.11 – Stop with the performance already! features programmes from three emerging artist/curators who have skillfully woven older works – some from the earliest days of artists’ video – into very contemporary conversations with younger counterparts. Again The Curatorial Incubator proves to be an important programming platform, providing a context for exchange and discourse across generational lines. The fully illustrated catalogue features essays by all three young curators and provides ample evidence of their rigorous curatorial research. see their website