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LENS

Boris Van der Avoort
Patiently compiled Super-8 images were edited according to the passionate pattern of ‘Music for 18 Musicians’ by Steve Reich. Starting from the image of an eye in close-up, ‘Lens’ presents a kaleidoscope and subjective representation of nature, the city and mankind...

LA DISPARITION

Nicolas Dufranne
A couple is travelling to the South. One night in a hotel room the young woman vanishes. This is the beginning of a search, as more and more birds start circling over the landscape, casting a threatening shadow over the mystery...
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RAPT & HAPPY

Emily Vey Duke - Cooper Battersby
’Rapt & Happy’  reminds of a diary, secretly enjoyed but having been let lying around by Vey Duke herself, waiting for it to be found...

VIDÉO HEBDO 23

Claude Cattelain
With a snorkel on his mouth Cattelain rolls himself with tapes until he can stand it....
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THÉRÉSA PLANE

Jacques Louis Nyst - Danièle Nyst
'Thérésa Plane’ is an itinerary in the form of an infinity symbol shaped loop. At its point of intersection a frog who thinks that everything is pretty and Thérésa whose principle activity is to glide, meet. A love story between the frog and Thérésa ensues. All would have gone quite well, were it not for the intervention of destiny...

THEME SONG

Vito Acconci
In ‘Theme Song’ Acconci most effectively plays-on the dynamic field of tension between ‘I’ and ‘you’, between the artist and the viewer. The artist lies on the ground in the living room, in front of the sofa. His face is filmed in close-up...

VIDÉO HEBDO 57

Claude Cattelain
When a jew's harp is played also the image vibrates....
X Ray Eyes, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist X Ray Eyes, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist

X RAY EYES

Peter Finnemore
Finnemore wears sunglasses, a camouflage battle dress, gloves and hat. His face is also covered with camouflage battle tissue and a scarf. Without unveiling his face, he slowly unfolds the tissue. Then laser-lights point his face....

IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO

Trine Lise Nedreaas
Contrary to the title, Bill is dancing the tango on his own, leaving room in his arms for an imaginary partner. He seems comfortable alone, yet his open arms are an invitation to join him. The film can be seen as a metaphor for a lifetime. The journey we take through life we ultimately take on our own...

MOI, MON FRÈRE, LA FILLE

Nicolas Dufranne
Nicolas has a twin brother who looks so much like him that nothing tells them apart. One day they decide to leave for Norway together. For the duration of the trip they amuse themselves with simple and meaningless activities like taking pictures of each other, playing chess, chattering... They cross the border and they are perfectly happy...