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Subject: MD* VIDEOCHIOSC: GLOBAL HOUSE PROGRAM de PROIECÈII VIDEO, 27, 28
octombrie 2011, ora 18:00-20:00
Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2011 03:13:06 +0300
From: Vladimir US <vladimir {AT} oberliht.org.md>
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Ciprian MureÈan, Alegere...., 2005

APARTAMENT DESCHIS / FLAT SPACE
27-28 octombrie 2011, ora 18:00-20:00
str. Bucuresti 68/1, Chisinau

http://chiosc.oberliht.com/2011/10/26/global-house/

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GLOBAL HOUSE PROGRAM de PROIECÈII VIDEO
Curated by the 3rd Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course
globalhousevideos.tumblr.com

Oferind o perspectiva asupra diversitatii de abordari ale societatii  
contemporane din punct de vedere artistic dar si asupra productiei  
artistice, GLOBAL HOUSE prezinta lucrari video ale tinerilor artisti,  
stabiliti in toata lumea. Prima oara GLOBAL HOUSE a fost prezentat la  
Kunsthalle Gwangju in August 2011 si curatoriat de participantii la  
programul international pentru curatori al celei de-a 3-a Bienale din  
Gwangju.

Artisti: Ivan Argote (Columbia), Stuart Bailey (Australia), Aline  
Bouvy and John Gillis (Luxemburg si Belgia), Anna Byskov (FranÈa),  
Eduardo Chachucho (Arica de Sud), Chen Chenchen (China), Hugo Hopping  
(SUA), Ise Parking Project (Malaezia), Joan Jonas (SUA), Shigeyuki  
Kihara (Noua Zeelanda), Lilly McElroy (SUA), Naeem Mohamien  
(Banglades), Ciprian Muresan (Romania), Katrina Neiburga (Letonia),  
Kurt Ralske (SUA), Sebastian Stumpf (Germania), Abdullah M. I. Syed  
(Pakistan), Edward Thomasson (Marea Britanie), Diego Tonus (Italia),  
Xu Wang (China), Zeeshan Younis (Pakistan).

Curatorii participanti la programul international pentru curatori al  
celei de-a 3-a Bienale din Gwangju: Hamja Ahsan, Rodolfo Andaur,  
Devrim Bayar, Fabienne Bideaud, Caroline Dumalin, Johanna Ferrer  
Gukdager, Rosemary Forde, Susanne Husse, Tianyue Jiang, Sumbul Khan,  
Leila Khastoo, Snejana Krasteva, Stephen Matijcio, Ute Meta Bauer,  
Vera Arunee Mey, Maya Mikelsone, Yujin Min, Isabelle Le Normand,  
Pietro Rigolo, Anca Rujoiu, Nana Seo, Eun A, Boliang Shen, Stephanie  
Sykes, Guy Tangros, Jeonsung Yang

LUCRARILE VIDEO

Ivan Argote (Colombia)
Retusarea, 2008 (00:12)
Courtesy de l'artiste & Galerie Perrotin, Paris
Artistului vizual Ivan Argote nascut in Columbia este cunoscut pentru  
lucrarile sare artistice care manifesta un caracter rebel fata de arta  
traditionala. In aceastÄ surprinzatoare lucrare cu  
titlul ,,Retusareaâ Argote se autofilmeazÄ Ãn timpul colorarii cu  
spray a 2 picturi ale faimosului pictor olandez Piet Mondarian.

Stuart Bailey (Australia)
Gura desertului, 2008 (00:59)
Artistul australian, Stuart Bailey, exploreaza dezangajarea culturala  
si uitarea intentionata. In ,,Gura desertului,, pesonajul principal  
rataceste fara vreun scop, pierdut si expus conditiilor aspre ale  
desertului.

Aline Bouvy and John Gillis (Luxembourg & Belgia)
Venusia, 2007 (7:00)
Coloana sonora originala a fost compusa si realizata de Johnston Sheard
,,Venusia,, este o viziune a viitorului post-tehnologic. Intunecata si  
haotica, lucrarea este influentata de un fotograf si stilist francez  
din anii 60, Serge Lutens, si este in intregime realizata dintr-un  
colaj animat, din revistele de moda. Parti ale corpului modelelor sunt  
folosite pentru a reprezenta alte corpuri si alte obiecte neclare,  
imaginand co-existenta ritualului pagan si a hiper-elegantei, in acest  
video macabru. Abordind concepte precum frumosul, sexul si moartea,  
lucrarea ofera o viziune mistica asupra vietii si desicarii.

Anna Byskov (Franta)
BUMP, 2009 (4:55)
Adanc in padure, un personaj purtind o casca de hochei, se arunca in  
trunchiuri de copac. Linistea padurii, calmul muzicii, apatia  
imaginilor sunt confruntate cu violenta si brutalitatea actiunii,  
creand o dihotomie intre liniste si suicid. ÂPrincipiul nr. 27:  
Grabeste-te si fii categoric: Nicodata nu te indoi. Grabeste-te spre  
toate panourile cu capul in jos, fara ragaz, fara  
retragere. (Dominique Noguez, Cum sa-ti esuezi viata in 11 lectii).

Eduardo Cachucho (Africa de Sud)
Saga 631, compozitor Angie Mullins, 2009 (7:05)
Acest video a fost realizat ca acompaniament vizual pentru muzica  
compusa de Angie Mullins, astfel combinat lucrarea serveste drept un  
raspuns artistic, ireal la mediul si peisajul urban din Johannesburg.

Chen Chenchen ééé (China)
PE DRUM, 2010 (3:10)
Soft-ul MIDI a prezentat procesul de compunere a muzicii. Acest video  
serveste drept o partitura eletronica, precum si un tablou de  
parcurgere. Fiecare pixel corespunde unei parti din informatia sonora.

Hugo Hopping (SUA)
Ãntotdeauna mi-am dorit, 2011 (3:18)
Textul de pe ecran: "Intotdeauna mi-am dorit sa fac cea mai buna  
fotografie  a apusului vestic â pe lÃnga toate, evitand politizarea  
imaginii - si sa cant un hit de-a lui Elvis din cheie (unul mai putin  
obisnuit pentru toti), astfel intampinind sfarsitul categorisirii in  
arta contemporana".

Ise Parkingproject /a.k.a Roslisham Ismail (Malaezia)
Superfictiune, 2008 (4:39)

Ise, un artist vizual stabilit in Kuala Lumpur, in acest video, a  
creat o imagine ireala si fantastica a orasului. Zgaraie-nori,  
multimi, monstri, Ultraman, jetul luptator, etc. Un tip de imagine, pe  
care o putem intilni in anii 80, in filmele japoneze cu super eroi.

Joan Jonas (SUA)
Cantec intarziat, 1973 (19:38)
Joan Jonas este un pioner al artei video si performnce-ului.  
ExperimenÈele sale si producÈia de la sfarsitul anilor 60 si  
inceputul anilor 70 au fost de baza in formularea genului de arta  
bazata pe timp. Jonas este profesor emerit a ACT la MIT.
"Cantec intarziat" este un video bazat pe performace-ul lui Jonas  
Intirziere, prezentat pentru prima data in Manhattan in 1972.  
Imaginile au fost filmate de pe acoperisul unei construtii. De acolo,  
spectatorii puteau urmari performance-ul petrecindu-se in spatiile  
goale de jos pe fundalul docurilor din departare, din West Side-ul de  
jos.

Shigeyuki Kihara (Noua Zeelanda)
Taualuga â ultimul dans, 2009 (5:52)
Shigeyuki Kihara este un artist cu radacini japoneze si Samoaneze, iar  
in prezent profeseaza la Auckland, Noua Zeelanda. In acest film, ea  
prezinta un dans traditional funeral in straie Victoriene.

Lilly McElroy (SUA)
Patratul  (dupa Roberto Lopardo), 2003 (30:00) â Fragment (5:00)
"Patratul" prezinta artista desenind un patrat, cu creta, pe o strada  
oarecare, si incercind sa impiedice intr-un mod silentios trecatorii  
sa intre in spatiul marcat. Intr-un mod similar ca si McElroy care la  
intamplare, dar agresiv, pretinde la acest teren "partajat",  
performanta sa, provoaca intrebari abstracte despre tertoriu,  
colonialism si locuinta.

Naeem Mohaiemen (Banglades)
Ingerul alb, 2011 (8:22)
Este Lotte Palfi Andor care striga. Trei decenii mai devreme ea a fost  
Ãn Casablanca ca si femeia care a vindut diamantele sale pentru a  
scapa de Nazisti. In viata reala, ea a fugit din Germania in 1934,  
inainte de Kristallnacht. La varsta sa inaintata, Lotte a divortat de  
sotul ei cand el a dorit sa moara in Germania. Mai bine sa ramina  
singura, decat sa se reintoarca.

Ciprian Muresan (Romania)
Alegere...., 2005, (0:45)
"Alegere..." are o atitudine umoristica despre cultura consumatorului  
si iluzia de alegere in Romania post-comunista.

Katrina Neiburga (Letonia)
Trafic, 2003, (18:00)
Dupa nasterea fiului sau, artista, Katrina Neiburga, a decis sa  
lucreze ca sofer de taxi, cu scopul de a intalni diferiti oameni. O  
parte din film a fost realizata cu o camera de supraveghere instalata  
intr-o "Volga", o masina sovietica, pe care, Karina, a condus-o timp  
de 3 saptamini, si, de asemenea, include experienÈa unor femei sofer  
de taxi.

Kurt Ralske (SUA)
Cele mai lungi 5 filmari ale âIstoriilor din Tokioâ (1953, Ozu),  
2011 (01:42)
O analiza computerizata a capodoperelor cinematografului japonez. Cele  
mai lungi 5 filmari, un filmul complet de 136 min., poate fi vazut  
intr-o vizualizare alternativa.

Sebastian Stumpf (Germania)
Garajele subterane, 2008 (Avanpremiera 8:30)
In performance-urile sale video si seriile foto Sebastian Stumpf pune  
in discutie scenarii urbane discrete, cu acÈiuni non-conformiste.

Abdullah M. I. Syed (Pakistan)
Golurile subconstientului, 2004 (5:23)
âGolurile subconstientuluiâ analizeaza schimbul reciproc al formei  
si golului, prin orificiile corpului. In acest sens, el reaminteste  
legatura dintre ritualele nasterii si mortii, notiunea de evident si  
subconstient, placere si durere.

Edward Thomasson (Marea Britanie)
Atingand, 2010 (12:22)
âAtingandâ exploreaza schimbul empatic dintre performace si viata  
de zi cu zi. Trei situatii se aduna impreuna in secvente serpuitoare  
ce provoaca tensiuni intre interactiunile publicului si limitele  
ambelor empatii: personale si sociale.

Diego Tonus (Italia)
Ora lupului, 2010 (14:00)
âOra lupului este un film ce dezvaluie culisele proiectului  
âColectionariiâ â curatori Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset,  
expus la cea de-a 53-a Bienala Internationala de Arta de la Venetia Ãn  
pavilioanele Daneze si Nordic. Filmul arata demontarea si demolarea  
lucrarilor expozitiei, fictiunea scenografiei si sfarsitul iluziei  
produse de toate acele obiecte adunate la un loc, sugerand o viziune  
diferita asupra lor.â (Diego Tonus).

Xu Wang (China)
Lumea din afara (Wai Mian de Shi Jie), 2010 (12:47)
Artistul alege 3 momente extraordinare din viata omeneasca si deschide  
o fereastra pentru noi, ca sa observam psihologia de âinauntru/ 
infaraâ, ce accentuiaza viata de zi cu zi.

Zeeshan Younis (Pakistan)
PT, 2010 (1:00)
PT proiecteaza imagini de pe copertile ziarelor, suprasaturate, de  
stiri din Pakistan,  imitant un exercitiu militar si un video de  
instruire.

multumiri speciale pentru Maya Mikelsone


Lilly McElroy, Patratul (dupÄ Roberto Lopardo), 2003 (30:00) â  
fragment (5:00)

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GLOBAL HOUSE VIDEO SCREENINGS
Curated by the 3rd Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course
globalhousevideos.tumblr.com

Giving insights into various artistic approaches to contemporary  
societies and art production itself, GLOBAL HOUSE presents video works  
by young and established artists from across the world. GLOBAL HOUSE  
was first shown at Kunsthalle Gwangju in August 2011 and curated by  
the participating curators of the 3rd edition of the Gwangju Biennale  
International Curator Course.

Artists: Ivan Argote (Colombia), Stuart Bailey (Australia), Aline  
Bouvy and John Gillis (Luxembourg & Belgium), Anna Byskov (France),  
Eduardo Chachucho (South Afrika), Chen Chenchen (China), Hugo Hopping  
(USA), Ise Parking Project (Malaysia), Joan Jonas (USA), Shigeyuki  
Kihara (New Zealand), Lilly McElroy (USA), Naeem Mohamien  
(Bangladesh), Ciprian Muresan (Romania), Katrina Neiburga (Latvia),  
Kurt Ralske (USA), Sebastian Stumpf (Germany), Abdullah M. I. Syed  
(Pakistan), Edward Thomasson (UK), Diego Tonus (Italy), Xu Wang  
(China), Zeeshan Younis (Pakistan)

Curators of 3rd Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course: Hamja  
Ahsan, Rodolfo Andaur, Devrim Bayar, Fabienne Bideaud, Caroline  
Dumalin, Johanna Ferrer Gukdager, Rosemary Forde, Susanne Husse,  
Tianyue Jiang, Sumbul Khan, Leila Khastoo, Snejana Krasteva, Stephen  
Matijcio, Ute Meta Bauer, Vera Arunee Mey, Maya Mikelsone, Yujin Min,  
Isabelle Le Normand, Pietro Rigolo, Anca Rujoiu, Nana Seo Eun A,  
Boliang Shen, Stephanie Sykes, Guy Tangros, Jeonsung Yang

VIDEOS

Ivan Argote (Colombia)
Retouche, 2008 (00:12)
Courtesy de l'artiste & Galerie Perrotin, Paris
Colombia-born visual artist Ivan Argote is known for creating artworks  
that convey a rebellious attitude toward traditional art. In this  
surprising piece, titled Retouch,â Argote films himself with a video  
camera and proceeds to spray-paint over top of two paintings by the  
famed Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.

Stuart Bailey (Australia)
Desert Mouth, 2008 (00:59)
Australian artist Stuart Bailely explores cultural disengagement and  
willful forgetfulness. In Desert Mouth the central figure wanders  
aimlessly, lost and exposed in the harsh environment of the desert.

Aline Bouvy and John Gillis (Luxembourg & Belgium)
Venusia, 2007 (7:00)
Original soundtrack written and performed by Johnston Sheard
Venusia is a vision of a post-technological future. Dark and chaotic,  
the work is influenced by 60s French photographer and stylist Serge  
Lutens, and is entirely made out of an animated collage of fashion  
magazines. Parts of the bodies of models are used to represent corpses  
and other more ambiguous lumps, envisioning the co-existence of pagan  
ritual and hyper-elegance, in this celebrational yet macabre video.  
Dealing with concepts of beauty, sex and death, the work is a mystical  
vision of life and dessication.

Anna Byskov (France)
BUMP, 2009 (4:55)
Deep in the forest, a hockey helmet-wearing character rushes headlong  
into tree trunks. The tranquillity of the forest, the calm of the  
music, and the languidness of the images are confronted with the  
violence and brutality of the action, creating a dichotomy between  
serenity and suicide. ÂPrinciple nÂ27: Hurry yourself and be  
peremptory: Never doubt. Hurry, rush into all panels with your head  
down, without respite, without retreat. (Dominique Noguez, How to  
completely fail your life in eleven lessons).

Eduardo Cachucho (South Afrika)
Saga 631, music composed by Angie Mullins, 2009 (7:05)
This video was produced as a visual accompaniment to a musical  
composition by Angie Mullins, combined the work serves as artistic,  
surreal responses to Johannesburg as an urban environment and landscape.

Chen Chenchen ééé (China)
ON THE ROAD, 2010 (3:10)
The MIDI software has visualized the process of music composing. This  
video serves as a piece of electronica as well as a scroll painting.  
Each pixel point corresponds a piece of sonic information.

Hugo Hopping (USA)
I Have Always Wanted, 2011 (3:18)
Text on screen: "I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO GET MY BEST PHOTO OF A  
WESTERN SUNSET -- AT ALL COSTS AVOID POLITICIZING THE IMAGE -- AND  
SING AN ELVIS HIT OUT OF KEY (ONE THAT IS UNUSUAL FOR MOST) AS A WAY  
TO WELCOME THE END OF CATEGORIES IN CONTEMPORARY ART".

Ise Parkingproject /a.k.a Roslisham Ismail (Malaysia)
Superfiction, 2008 (4:39)
Ise, a Kuala Lumpur based visual artist created an illusive and  
fictional
image of city(scape) in this video. Skyscrapers, crowds, evil monster,
Ultraman, fighting jet, etc. A kind of image which we usually see in  
80âs
Japan superhero movie.

Joan Jonas (USA)
Songdelay, 1973 (19:38)
Joan Jonas is a pioneer of video and performance art. Her experiments  
and productions in the late 1960s and early 1970s were essential to  
the formulation of the genre of time based art. Jonas is professor  
emerita of ACT at MIT.
Songdelay is a video piece that is based on Jonas performance Delay,  
first performed in Manhattan in 1972. The footage was shot from the  
roof of a loft building. From there, the audience overlooked the  
performance taking place in empty lots below with a view to the  
distant docks of the Lower West Side.

Shigeyuki Kihara (New Zealand)
Taualuga the last dance, 2009 (5:52)
Shigeyuki Kihara is an artist of Samoan and Japanese heritage and  
currently practices in Auckland, New Zealand. In this video, she is  
performing a traditional Samoan mourning dance in Victorian dress.

Lilly McElroy (USA)
The Square (After Roberto Lopardo), 2003 (30:00) â Excerpt (5:00)
The Square documents the artist as she draws a chalk square on an  
anonymous city sidewalk and attempts to silently block all pedestrians  
from entering the marked space. As McElroy arbitrarily, but  
aggressively claims this âsharedâ domain, her deadpan performance  
provokes abstract questions of territory, colonialism and inhabitation.

Naeem Mohaiemen (Bangladesh)
Der Weisse Engel, 2011 (8:22)
It is Lotte Palfi Andor who screams. Three decades earlier, she was in  
Casablanca as the woman who sold her diamonds to escape the Nazis. In  
real life as well, she fled Germany in 1934, ahead of Kristallnacht.  
In her old age, Lotte divorced her husband when he wanted to die in  
Germany. Better to be alone than to return.

Ciprian Muresan (Romania)
Choose...., 2005, (0:45)
Choose is a humurous stance on consumer culture and illusion of choice  
in post-communist Romania.

Katrina Neiburga (Latvia)
Traffic, 2003, (18:00)
After her son's birth artist Katrina Neiburga decided to work as a  
taxi driver in order to meet many different people. Part of the film  
was taken with video surveillance cameras installed in an old  "Volga"  
soviet car that Katrina was driving for three weeks, and also includes  
the experiences of  women taxi drivers.

Kurt Ralske (USA)
The 5 Longest Shots of "Tokyo Story" (1953, Ozu), 2011 (01:42)
A computational analysis of a masterpiece of Japanese cinema. The  
longest five shots of the complete film's 136 minutes are seen in an  
alternate visualization.

Sebastian Stumpf (Germany)
Underground Garages, 2008 (Preview 8:30)
In his videoperformances and photo series Sebastian Stumpf  
interrogates inconspicious urban sceneries with non-conformist actions.

Abdullah M. I. Syed (Pakistan)
Subliminal Voids, 2004 (5:23)
Subliminal Voids explores the interchangeability of form and void  
through the orifices of the body. In doing so it evokes references to  
rituals of birth and death, and notions of the obvious and  
subconscious, pleasure and pain.

Edward Thomasson (UK)
Touching, 2010 (12:22)
Touching explores empathic exchange in performance and everyday life.  
Three situations come together in a meandering sequence that performs  
the tensions between public interaction and the limits of both  
personal and social empathy.

Diego Tonus (Italy)
Hour of the wolf, 2010 (14:00)
âHour of the wolf is a video that reveals the backstage of the  
project âThe Collectorsâ curated by Michael Elmgreen & Ingar  
Dragset, exposed at the 53th International Venice Biennale of Art at  
the Danish and the Nordic Pavilions.
The film shows the uninstallation and the demolition works of the  
exhibition, the fictions of the set design and the end of the illusion  
that the conjuncture of those objects put into play, suggesting a  
different vision of themâ (Diego Tonus).

Xu Wang (China)
The World Outside (Wai Mian de Shi Jie), 2010 (12:47)
The artist chooses three "extraordinary" moments of mundane life and  
opens a window for us to see the "inside/outside" psychology that  
underlines everyday life.

Zeeshan Younis (Pakistan)
PT, 2010 (1:00)
PT projects images from the saturated news media coverage of Pakistan,  
imitating a military drill and training video.

Special thanks to Maya Mikelsone




Vladimir US

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