Friday, June 28 2013
ARTBAR by Tully Arnot
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December 1-2, 2012
1018 GW Amsterdam
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Group show curated by Jean Bernard Koeman
Opens Friday 19 October at W139 Amsterdam
Featuring Stian Adlandsvik, Frank Ammerlaan, Saar Amptmeijer, Leyla Aydoslu, Sara Bjarland, Sven Boel, Kees Boevé, Antonia Breme, Crystal Z Campbell, Melanie Ebenhoch, Johan Henning, Roderick Hietbrink, Jan Hopf, Jeroen van der Hulst, Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Asger Behncke Jacobson, Katrin Kamrau, Daniel vom Keller, Bram Kinsbergen, Joris Kritis, Linda Lenssen, Mahal de Man, Tim Mathijsen, Sofia Montenegro, Xue Mu, Suat Öğüt, Marc Oosting, Olivia Alders Plessers, Thomas Raat, Daniel Rödiger, Fabian Schröder, Rosa Sijben, Kema Spencer, Edward Clydesdale Thomson, Britt Vangenechten, Kasper de Vos, Amanda Wasielewski, Jonas Wijtenburg, Emile Zile, Felicia von Zweigbergk.
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Omer Fast: Dialogue, Reality, Fiction, Documentation, Overidentification, Recreation, Narrative.
Antiphotojournalism: Truth, Representation, Evidence, Distribution, News, Mourning, Humanism.
See them while you can.
*best*RapidEssayNSFW!! is a live audiovisual essay film using prepared and online video sources.
Keywords: Prose, Essay, Monologue, Video, Sample, Spirit, Compression, Revelation, Transmission, Belief, Future, Transparency, Magic, 3D, Animism, Portraiture, Apocalypse, Truth.
On the 11th and 12th of March 2011 Video Vortex will be organized in TrouwAmsterdam. Conference themes are: Online Video Aesthetics; It’s not a Dead Collection, it’s a Dynamic Database; Country Reports; Platforms, Standards and the Trouble with Translation; Online Video as a Political Tool; and Online Video Art.
Tickets for the conference:
This conference is taken place within the SIA-RAAK Publiek program Culture Vortex. Culture Vortex is an innovation program to encourage public participation in online cultural collections.
Consortium Partners: University of Amsterdam, MediaLAB Amsterdam, Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands Media Art Institute, Virtual Platform, VPRO, Amsterdam City Archive, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, IDFA, and the International Urban Screens Association.
31/12/10 – 01/01/11 Amsterdam
‘Romance of Black Grief’
NAKED GIZA STAR
Les Rallizes Dénudés
camera and cut by emile zile
On Friday, January 14 2011 the Netherlands Media Art Institute (NIMk) will host a night profiling the work of Sandberg Institute students from all departments. Theus Zwakhals of NIMk and Emile Zile (ex-S.I. Fine Arts, emilezile.com) are curating and producing the event. The last two editions have hosted installations, performances and a screening program to a broad public audience.
Manon van Trier, Samantha Thole, Tom Milnes, Katja Novitskova, Maartje Smits, Salomé Lamas, Edwin Stolk, Jetske Verhoeven, Eva Marie Rodbro, Sina Khani, Lida Krul, Sayaka Abe, Marc Barreda
e3.50 entry, students free.
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Revulsion in every direction. A burning black hole of explosive anger – given a physical shape by a body trapped in circumstance. A body that is barely able to contain it’s energy.
2dollar shop Australiana decaying on the bonnet of a burning police car. The Museum is a carrier of the violence of incarceration; ethnic typecasting; the leisure classes.
“Too ethnic for SBS” – Too angry for reality television, too real for silence, too alive to die. A bastard son mongrel dog of a prick, primed to kick back at the forces which try to contain it.
A post-colonial audiovisual essayist, using as his tools cheap midi controllers, usb devices and undiluted aggression exorcised from the depths of an amnesiac Australian culture.
Bring Your Own Beamer group exhibition curated by Angelo Plessas
Athens Kunsthalle, 23 October 2010
Participating Artists: Alexandros Georgiou, Alexandros Psychoulis, Aliki Panagiotopoulou, Amateurboyz, Andreas Angelidakis, Angelo Plessas, Anne de Vries, Billy Rennekamp, Dimitris Foutris, Dimitris Papadatos, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Eftihis Patsourakis, Emile Zile, Irini Karayannopoulou, Ioanna Myrka, Georgia Sagri, Katerina Kana, Kostis Velonis, Lakis & Aris Ionas/The Callas, Mai Ueda, Makis Faros, Mano Plizzi, Maria Papadimitriou, Natasha Papadopoulou, Pantelis Pantelopoulos, Pegy Zali, Petros Moris, Poka-Yio, Rafaël Rozendaal, Sifis Lykakis, Spiros Hadjidjanos, The Erasers, Theo Michael, Theodoros D Giannakis, Vassilis, Patmios Karouk
Saturday 23rd October 2010, 8 p.m.
Kerameikou 28 str., Kerameikos – Metaxourgeio, Athens
Κunsthalle Athena has the honour to host “Bring your own beamer” (BYOB) event, an “exemplary” and crucial gesture supporting creative expression in a period of financial, social and cultural crisis.
“Bring your own beamer” (BYOB) exhibition comprises an edition of a broader set of events organised by different artists in different cities every time. In every occasion the organisers choose the participating artists with the aim to experiment and discover “what will occur in site when it is filled with moving light”.
In this special evening, under the acronym BYOB (a symbolic reference to bring your own booze parties), artists are invited to bring their own beamer and present any work they choose in any place they desire to. It is a case of “presenting” moving images and performances in a DIY context, expected to evolve organically in progress of the evening. Therefore, a significant aspect of BYOB’s concept is to be realized without the financial support of any third parties beyond the immediate participants.
The first BYOB event was held with great success in Büro Friedrich, Berlin with the initiative of Rafaël Rozendaal and Anne de Vries. Now, curated by Angelo Plessas, BYOB makes its second worldwide appearance in Kunsthalle Athena. All the artists will attend the event, even those who are not based in Athens, so you are welcomed to contact them. Complementary to the event and during the night a joined performance will take place by artist Angelo Plessas and japanese artist Mai Ueda followed by DJ sets from Amateur Boys and Emile Zile.
‘Forever’, the analogue feedback music video for Love Of Diagrams screens in the Rojo Nova Audiovisual Sessions, happening July 1st – August 15th 2010 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. http://www.rojo-nova.com
If you cant make it to the museum in Brazil, you can watch the video here: http://www.messandnoise.com/tv/3916440
My regular screening night returns with films that were scheduled in May, but delayed due to Icelandic gods of vulkan interruption. Full details at http://www.electric-cinema.org
Tuesday 8 June 2010 at Overtoom 301 Amsterdam
Final Flesh 90′ dir. Vernon Chatman 2009 U.S.A.
House 88′ dir. Nobuhiko Obayashi 1977 Japan
From the creator of Xavier: Renegade Angel and Wonder Showzen, Final Flesh – a feature film made by commercial porn companies commissioned to visualise the sexual fantasies of the client. This movie replaces the sex with metaphysical dialogue, cum shots with cold meat, intercourse with brain-damaged philosophy. A murky, awkward trip to suburban fantasies, existentialist longing for meaning and antibacterial hand cream. The second film on the bill is an optically intense, Japanese teen-comedy ghost film ‘House’, Dario Argento circa Suspiria meets Sound of Music on acid. Beware of singing watermelons and carnivorous pianos.
Three days in a cinema to pick the brain of Mike Figgis, director, artist and musician. Sugar and cocaine. Digital and celluloid. Grain and focus. Portrait and landscape. Hollywood and independence. Script-writing and score notation. Bullshit and real bullshit. Theatre and self-obsession. Pornography and J.L. Godard.
Brilliant, real and inspiring.
Thanks to Janine Dijkmeijer at Cinedans.nl
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Emile Zile (AU/LV) and Vela Arbutina (CH) play pre-recorded repetitive beat music that you can dance to.
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I finished post-production on this video just as the Melbourne band embark on a string of dates in the U.S.A, including shows at SXSW. Try to see them if you are in that neck of the woods. They will be touring with the equally awesome Beaches.
An occular assault edit of no-input analog video effects, courtesy of an old panasonic a/v mixer. Triangles, hexagons courtesy of final cut pro. My extended attention span courtesy of espresso and licorice.
Vimeo alternative http://vimeo.com/9934856
(but it looks so much more electrifying on a bright tube monitor)
Official clip for ‘Forever’ by Love Of Diagrams taken from the album Nowhere Forever
Unstable Ape Records, Melbourne
dir. Emile Zile 2010
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This festival opens this weekend in Osaka. Jona is showing a number of my videos in the screening program. Check it out if you’re in the neighborhood.
A late upload following recent activity, travel and shows. I found some time to go through a pile of unlabelled documentation dv tape from recent trips. Two performances included here, Marclay’s ‘Screenplay’ videoscore and Mengbo’s performative quake mod ‘Q2008′, recorded on hot, humid nights during last year’s E-Arts festival in Shanghai. These were highly enjoyable public open air concerts with grandparents, kids and media art enthusiasts congregating in the corner of a large public park, I have written about it in more detail here http://www.eurodisney.biz/?p=93
A giant of the Japanese impro scene, Otomo Yoshihide is performing at Steim Amsterdam this Sunday afternoon. The man behind a plethora of solo releases and the phenomenal collaborations I.S.O. and Ground-Zero. Performing solo and duo with Dj Sniff. Tip: get there early it will be packed.