"ART BOX der Bremer Landesbank" 09.06. bis 21.07.2010

Jean-François Klasse von Prof. Guiton

Videoworks


The „ART BOX“, launched by regional bank Bremen, offers a public-oriented platform to young artists. Since 2008, media art is projected onto a wall of 3 x 3 meters size in “Katharinenpassage” Bremen.

 

Under Professor Jean-François Guiton students of the Hochschule für Künste (Academy of fine Arts) Bremen presented six video works, created specifically for ART BOX. The artworks were presented over six weeks, each week another video work.

 

Participants: 

 

9 June to 16 June 2010:

Barbara Dévény

Tel Aviv Karmel Market (Ill.1),

2009, running time: 2:32 min.

The short film shows the Tel Aviv Karmel Market on 10 January 2009. A life between the daily routine and states of emergency.

 

17 June to 23 June 2010:

Katharina Kreutzkamp
Rubik-Würfel (Rubik’s Cube) (Ill. 2),
2009, running time: 14:30 min.

In this artwork, two hands try to puzzle out the Rubik’s cube and find an unconventional and unusual way of solving.

24 June to 30 June 2010:
Janis Elias Müller
Ballon#1 (Balloon number 1) (Ill. 3)
2009, running time:18:14 min.

“Ballon#1” is a performative video work. A big yellow balloon is blown up. There are moments of tension and ambitious effort, which can also be taken humorously.


1 July to 7 July 2010:
Z.Schmidt
Mund Art (Ill. 4)
2009, running time: 5:51 min.

Time displacements and subtle as well as unsubtle manipulations of video and audio material generate a strange mood between irony and tragedy on the subject “art”.


8 July to 14 July 2010:
Miae Son
Untitled (Ill. 5)
2009, running time: 0:39 min.
Longing for a hung, which would not only exist electronically.

 

15 July to 21 July 2010:
Felix Thiele
Montenegro Promenade (Paranormal) (coastal promenade of Montenegro, paranormal) (Ill. 6)
2009, running time: 4:29 min.

People, of different ages, amble along the coastal promenade enjoying the mild summer’s evening. Unnoticed by the protagonists of the scene, a vertical mirror axis appears in the picture and breaks with the laws of physics.

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