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ON AIR: Lohner Carlson

ON AIR: Lohner Carlson

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Henning Lohner and Theodore van Carlson Berlin Park Teenager Portraits on Bench Birds on a Wire Friesland Green Trees & Couple Geese Closeup Girl Smoking Kostheim Swimmers 2 Amorphous Water Reflection Osaka Hotel Room LD Asian_Homeless On Air: Lohner Carlson The ikono On Air Festival… Read More

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Gary Hill – Videograms

Gary Hill – Videograms

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Almost all the themes of Hill’s later work are already essentially a part of his early videotapes: the relation between sound (in all its forms of expression) and vision; communication; the body as transmitter/receiver; the processes that determine meaning etc. Hill is not concerned with… Read More

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The Swan Song by Anouk de Clercq, Anton Aeki & Jerry Galle

The Swan Song by Anouk de Clercq, Anton Aeki & Jerry Galle

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Video artist Anouk De Clercq, sound artist Anton Aeki and visual artist Jerry Galle team up for the video Swan Song. They found inspiration in the age-old belief that the swan is shrouded in silence during her life until, just before her death, she sings… Read More

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Peter Struycken – Grid 3

Peter Struycken – Grid 3

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Everyone in the Netherlands is familiar with the work of the Dutch artist Peter Struycken, if only because his portrait of Queen Beatrix, which is made of digital shifted dots, still graces numerous Dutch postage stamps some thirty years after he created it. Computer-generated images… Read More

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On Air: Livinus van de Bundt & Jeep van de Bundt

On Air: Livinus van de Bundt & Jeep van de Bundt

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Livinus van der Bunt (1909-1979) was founder and rector of the Free Academy (NL) in the Hague until 1964. In the sixties he developed as an avant-garde artist and experimented with light, guiding light and photosensitive materials. Livinus van der Bunt called himself a light… Read More

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Marc Burkett – Colours and Patterns

Marc Burkett – Colours and Patterns

Posted September 4th, 2013

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The videos of Marc Burkett are mostly intensively edited works in which he uses many current techniques. In ‘Composition 6′, Burkett employs computer-produced graphics to compose a ‘painting’ of moving images. This work features a computer animation, which starts as a simple line but grows… Read More

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Michael Snow – WVLNT (or Wavelength For Those Who Don't Have the Time)

Michael Snow – WVLNT (or Wavelength For Those Who Don't Have the Time)

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Michael Snow is considered one of the most influential experimental filmmakers and is the subject of retrospectives in many countries. In his 2002 Village Voice review of *Corpus Callosum, J. Hoberman writes, “Rigorously predicated on irreducible cinematic facts, Snow’s structuralist epics—Wavelength and La Région Centrale—announced… Read More

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The Vasulkas – Noisefields & Homemade TV

The Vasulkas – Noisefields & Homemade TV

Posted September 4th, 2013

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Steina and Woody Vasulka are pioneers amongst todays Video Artists. The Vasulkas have practiced in the genre since its early days in the late 1960s. Steina was born in Reykjavík, Iceland and trained as a classical musician before receiving a scholarship at the Prague Conservatory… Read More

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Matthew Schlanger – Black Dog Dreams

Matthew Schlanger – Black Dog Dreams

Posted September 4th, 2013

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” My image synthesis/image processed video works are serial constructions that are produced with custom-built analog and digital processors. Each section is a synthesized real time recording where sound and image are parallel electronic structures that are mutually controlled by predetermined wave-shapes. The work is… Read More