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EXTINGUISHERS

Messieurs Delmotte
Delmotte empties the contents of two fire-extinguishers on his costume. When the job is finished, he wipes the white stains off his clothes and walks away, leaving behind a powdery trail. This work is part of the series Brokendown Dream...

EL CAMINO DEL TIEMPO

Peter Brosens
For the indigenous people in the Ecuadorean Andes, drinking has a very special meaning. It helps overcoming conflicts among people, and it enables the communication with the world of the spirits. In particular for the old people, drinking is like a river flowing slowly into the world of the dead...

EXTERN TRAVEL

Jan De Cock
Here De Cock presents a twenty minute, uninterrupted travelling shot. The setting is a typical Belgian B road, with poorly lit pubs and cars speeding in the background. The shot was made near Waterloo, a symbol-laden place that represents death, loss and defeat, but also hope. The work provides little context for what is going on...
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ENTRE L'OMBRE ET LA LUMIÈRE

Danièle Nyst - Jacques-Louis Nyst
An installation of Jacques-Louis Nyst, in which a blonde woman, dressed in leather SM-outfit, is filmed in a dark room. She performs a slow choreography in which she scinds with a sword and strikes a metal chain. At the end of the sequence, the image changes to a red swing and a voice-over starts singing a simple song "entre l'hombre et la lumière, je me balance, je suis balanceuse."...

EGG MUSIC

Filip Francis
The same performance as in the video ‘Mensen en eieren’ (‘People and Eggs’), where people dressed in white are throwing eggs, is recorded from the other side. Now the viewer can see the eggs getting smashed against a white wall. The wall gets completely covered in egg yolk...

EXPLODING MIRRORS

Hänzel & Gretzel
Gerard Malanga (The Bronx, 1943) is a poet, photographer, filmmaker and he was a major influence on many of the paintings and films created in Andy Warhol's studio, known as The Factory...

ERNESTO "C’EST DIFFICILE DE VOIR L’AVENIR. JE NE SUIS PAS À DEMAIN. JE LE VERRAI PETIT À PETIT."

Sven Augustijnen - Koen Augustijnen
Ernesto Cortes, a young hip-hop dancer, lives in one of the many Toulouse suburbs. The story of the Chilean exile and his family slowly takes shape and meaning through the spontaneous events and interviews. Ernesto’s ramblings through Toulouse and the rehearsals for a nearing dance performance run through the documentary like thread...

EXPOSED

Karen Vanderborght
A structural video clip in genuine Peter Kubelka-style. 30 seconds of images are spread over 4min30 according to a certain mathematical scheme (derived from the musical track, which can be best described as Victorian doom drum & bass)....

ENTHALTE AM TOTENMEHR

Harald Thys
'Enthalte am Totenmehr' is a found-footage video with on the background the sound of a car driving. More prominent on the foreground we hear a male Russian voice and a rambling female German voice. The film features images of typical German houses, hills, forests, revolting images of sick and dead people, children playing, girl gymnasts, etc...

EMISSION NOCTURNE

Hänzel & Gretzel
On the Vivaldi's Winter theme from the Four Seasons, a series of still images of a young man in bed while he's sleeping, reading, dreaming....

EVER MEULEN

Jan Florizoone
A portrait of the Belgian illustrator and comic strip author Ever Meulen (1946). This is the third part in a series of artist portraits that Jan Fllorizoone created in the late 1990’s....

ET / C

Peter Downsbrough
With his videos Downsbrough creates natural portraits of urban environments. Everyday surroundings are observed, dissected and transformed into architectural illustrations, with a proper sense of order and chaos. In long, steady shots and travellings space is reduced and abstracted into minimalist constructions, simultaneously they assume identifiability...

EXCERPT OF A DAY

Mira Sanders
‘Excerpt of a Day’ is an episode of sound from a day, from an everyday life. For Sanders, the perception of the ordinary, while walking, observing, exploring the space, is always a form of enquiry. In ‘Excerpt of a Day’, the real is returned to the possible...
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ENCLOSURE

Messieurs Delmotte
Messieurs Delmotte climbs onto a barbed wire fence, tries to keep his balance, but ends up in a pasture. This work is part of the series Facts and Gestures Vol. 1...

ENCORE LE CRAPAUD

Hänzel & Gretzel
This sequel of Le Vieux Crapaud follows the same theme of the Christ as a symbolic figure for the catholics prominency in our culture. Hänzel & Gretzel employes the same techniques and sets of images as a way to not forget about this....
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EIDERDOWN

Messieurs Delmotte
A white quilt is repeatedly being dropped from a window onto the street. On its way down the quilt follows a whimsical route along the outer wall. This work is part of the series Facts and Gestures Vol. 2...
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EPILOGUE

Michel Lorand
’Epilogue’ begins with the technical introduction, the classic ‘countdown’ seen at the start of movies. The title then appears, followed by a white film, devoid of image. It is a blank film, but not clean. A woman’s voice reads out a claustrophobic text about memory and remembering...