Ceiling reflection in a cup at Koenraad Tinel’s drawing table last night , Saturday 9 February 2019, right after his live performance – drawing with ink, bistre and ‘dirty water’ with Josse De Pauw telling a on Narcissus based story, acccompanied by composer Frederik Neyrinck’s music performed by the Spectra Ensemble , and by Lieselot De Wilde singing the role of Echo in their play : AS LONG AS HE DOES NOT KNOW HIMSELF – Zolang Hij Niet Zichzelve Kent (a production of LOD muziektheater , SPECTRA , Concertgebouw Brugge) in the Handelsbeurs theater in Gent , Belgium ① memo 20190210 ~ Dirty Water
① memo 20170616 ~ Enjoy your file, download your life ~ Today online The One Minutes Series announcement and trailer of ‘Enjoy your file, download your life’ curated by Studio David Claerbout.
! Great. My video “Splash” (2016) was used also for the moving poster image of this trailer.
‘Enjoy your file, download your life’ will premiere 29 June at Het Bos, Antwerp (BE).
In July 2017 , the series will tour museums and cultural organisations with a subscription to The One Minutes Series.
Het Bos, Antwerpen (BE), 29 June 8:30 pm
Museum De Pont, Tilburg (NL), 13 July 6 pm
Amsterdam Academy of Architecture (NL)
Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht (NL)
Dortmunder U (DE)
East China Normal University, Shanghai (CN)
Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy, Amsterdam (NL)
Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle (NL)
Museum Hilversum (NL)
Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam (NL)
De School, Amsterdam (NL)
WOW, Amsterdam (NL)
THE ONE MINUTES SERIES
The “Splash” one minute film is selected for the Reykjavík International Film Festival to be held 28 September – 8 October 2017 in Reykjavík , Iceland.
Reykjavík International Film Festival (IS) 28 September – 8 October 2017
“Splash” is selected for 8 hours of One Minute video art , by the Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts (AMNUA) presents in the exhibition ‘Ways of Seeing the Future – Creating, engaging and connecting – Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes’ from 26 October until 25 November 2018. The exhibition takes place in AMNUA’s futuristic Hall03 of 1500 square meters on the top floor of the museum.
Ways of Seeing the Future consists of 20 series curated by, among others, Melanie Bonajo, David Claerbout and Cally Spooner, discussing the topics of today and our near future in video art. The show marks the start of the festivities celebrating The One Minutes’ 20th anniversary in 2019.
»It cannot be ignored that the influence and success The One Minutes have achieved today, both suit and fight the trend of this fast-paced life at the same time.»
Chen Rui, Curator Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts.
Since 1999, The One Minutes Foundation has produced and distributed one minute videos from an artistic point of view, offering an international stage for people to create, engage and connect. The One Minutes Collection consists of over 10,000 video works by artists from more than 120 countries.
The exhibition consist of 20 series , and Splash is part of the July 2017 serie ‘Enjoy your file, download your life’ , curated by Studio David Claerbout.
Splash video and more in these other posts
Sep 20 , 2018 update post : Splash is selected for 8 hours of One Minute video art , by the Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts (AMNUA) presents in the exhibition ‘Ways of Seeing the Future – Creating, engaging and connecting – Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes’ from 26 October until 25 November 2018.
“floaters” 1 minute film
mouches volantes? drijvende objecten? reflection? alien objects?
One minute, October 2009, at the border of the Silent Rhine (‘Stille Rijn’) in Leyden (‘Leiden’) Holland, from under the Fish-bridge (‘Visbrug’) at the confluence of the Old and New Rhine (Oude Rijn & Nieuwe Rijn) — where Leyden was born. License: Creative Commons Attribution
Een minuut, oktober 2009, aan het water bij de Stille Rijn in Leiden vanaf het bruggetje onder de Visbrug, waar de Oude Rijn en Nieuwe Rijn samenkomen — en Leiden ontstaan is.
…. in Dutch Karpers vallen aan 😉
Having fun underwater hand feeding carp at Lake Lans, in German called Lanser See (Tirol, Austria). These fish are hungry!