OVERVIEW DIGITISED WORKS

LA TOUR PENCHÉE

Jacques Lennep
The artist visits the tower of Pisa. The video shows us how the tourists are photographed as if they are leaning against the tower. Back at home Lennep adjust the position of the tower by tilting the television....

LE JEU DE LA GRENOUILLE

Jacques Lennep
In Le jeu de la grenouille the artist argues that he is not Claude Monet. He goes to visit Monet’s garden and find out that frogs dominate the garden. The artist can’t bear the sound they make and dressed up as a frog he decides to burn one of Monet’s “works”....

LE PALAIS DES MERVEILLES DE JEANNINE LEJEUNE

Jacques Lennep
Lennep shows us around Jeannine Lejeune’s beautiful palace, which is full of curiosities and rare objects. Jeannine talks about the problems she had to cope with in her life, problems that led her to make the things she makes....

LE LOUP

Hänzel & Gretzel
Le Loup (The Wolf) is a thirty seconds clip by Hänzel & Gretzel. The editing brings together manipulated images and saturated sound. In this quick editing of shredded fragments, a filtered television screen and a digital drawn diabolic monster are combined with a repeated part of a speech and noisy music...

LE BUFFET AUX TROIS COULEURS

Jacques Lennep
One after the other, Lennep eats a plate of sausages, a plate of goat’s cheese and a piece of cake. Each time he wears a mask suitable for the “meal”....

LA MULTIPLICATION DES PEINTS

Jacques Lennep
With a pair of scissors Lennep cuts a painting with the Belgian tricolour and hands out the fragments to the public....
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LE CORAN, ÇA JE NE CONNAIS PAS

Sven Augustijnen
In flashing black and white letters and backgrounds, the words from the sentence ‘Le Coran, ça je ne connais pas’ are flung upon the screen at various speeds. The viewer has to be careful not to be hypnotized by the message....

LADY LIQUE

Marc Meert
A recording of the installation ‘Vertus Publiques, Vices Privés’ by Diana Bobolou, as part of an exhibition in the Fine Arts Academy in St.Josse-ten-Noode. What might seem at first sight like the working environment and daily ritual of a prostitute is in fact merely an artificial installation in an exhibition environment....
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LETTRE OUVERTE

Jacques-Louis Nyst
A short film in which the camera films a photograph of a nude woman on a table in a living-room. The voice-over describes, in French and English, how an avarage day in her life looks like....

LA MORT D'UNE POULE

Jacques-Louis Nyst
Recorded in the Nysts’ living-room during a rainy day, this video marks the introduction of colour (in this case green) in the previously black and white universe of the Nysts’ videos. 'La mort d’une poule' shows a top hat held in the air thanks to the help of a stick...

LOUISE

Charley Case
‘Louise’, described by the artist as "ils font l’amour, ils se battent" ("they make love, they fight each other")....

LA PREMIÈRE PARTIE DU ROI HENRY IV DE W. SHAKESPEARE : UNE ANALOGIE

Joëlle de La Casinière - Michel Bonnemaison
This work is the cinematic adaptation of a chapter from the book ’Absolument nécessaire’ (nomadic album and graphical poetry, 275 pages, format 21x26) according to the idea, already quite apparent at the time, of the multimedia work, incorporating writing, image and sound...

L'INVENTION DE LA BOUÉE

Jacques Lennep
Lennep relates how and why one day his father invented the life belt....

L'ECOLE DES PICKPOCKETS

Sven Augustijnen
The filmmaker focuses on a daily and well-known hassle in public spaces, namely the phenomenon of pickpockets. Two professional thieves give a master-class in the art of pickpocketism in front of the camera. A video between fiction and reality....

LA MER À VOIR

Jacques Lennep
Lennep describes a certain scene by the sea with an island in the background. He adopts various poses and sums up the various possibilities of the place....
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LES VACANCES DE NOËL

Jan Bucquoy
With this tenth part Jan Bucquoy calls his ‘Decalogue on the sexual life of Belgians’ a day – even though parts eight and nine are apparently still in various stages of pre-production...
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LE RITUEL DES 16 FACES

Danièle Nyst - Jacques-Louis Nyst
It is the year 25 in the Tsyn era. The Earth is threatened by a liquid invader and a resistance committee has sought shelter in a large basement. Terril Songe is one of its guards. Her day always begins with the 16 Faces Ritual. With her mutant friend, the strange bird of Nedea, she goes around the shelter wishing all the resistance fighters a good day...

LES VACANCES DE MC LUHAN

Alain Géronnez
A video by Géronnez and Van Ré, two members of Groupe 50/04. Recorded from the inside of a car, the viewer sees a hand that sticks a picture postcard on the dashboard. On the card a historical building is depicted. The car starts moving, until it reaches the portrayed building. Then the card gets replaced by a new one that also depicts an historical building...

LE SPECTATEUR

Michel Lorand
The Medea installation is made up of a large, square table with four video monitors. A single actor or actress is seen on three of the four monitors, from the waist up and frontal. The fourth monitor shows only text. The starting point is a short prose piece written by Lorand about a young woman intending to kill her two children after the end of her relationship with their father...
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L'HOLOCAUST N'EST QU'UN DETAIL DANS L'HISTOIRE

Sven Augustijnen
Augustijnen uses the same technique as in his video ‘Le Coran, ça je ne connais pas’. In flashing black and white letters and backgrounds, the words from the sentence ‘L’Holocaust n’est qu’un detail dans l’Histoire’ are flung upon the screen at various speeds. The viewer has to be careful not to be brainwashed by this revisionist message....
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LE SEMEUR DE PENSÉES

Jacques Lennep
Lennep goes undercover in Monet’s garden in Giverny. Without anyone noticing, he sows extra flowers....
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LOW MEMBRANE

Hänzel & Gretzel
“Human kind is just a 12 inch monitor.” In this video music project with interview excerpts, Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud, who defines himself as an “electronic flaneur”, gives us his view on technology and explains how we are seduced and abused by it. As a musician, Scanner collaborated with The Orb, Laurie Anderson and film directors Derek Jarman and David Lynch....
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LE PINCEAU ET LE PÉNIS

Jacques Lennep
With a flowerpot on his head the artist explains how a brush and a penis relate....
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LOCUSTS

Hänzel & Gretzel
In this ‘Akashic Peeper Project’, Lee Ranaldo (a member of the band Sonic Youth) reads from his ‘Road Movie’ poems and shares his vision on reality that is fairly nomadic. Hänzel & Gretzel’s highly idiosyncratic images match perfectly Ranaldo’s poetry. This work juxtaposes an aggressive rawness with an oddly poetic, even metaphysical, sensibility....

LITTLE NEW BRAZIL

Luc Gobyn
A visual traveling on the road between Kortrijk (Belgium) & Maastricht (Netherlands). Gobyn visits and interviews a series of Ayrton Senna fans, the very successful Brazilian racing driver that unfortunately died in a crash. At the end of the film Gobyn takes us back to the moment of the crash at the Tamborello-corner in Imola, Italy....

L'HOMME QUI TOURNE EN ROND

Jacques Lennep
Lennep walks in a circle in the snow, holding a flower pot in his hand. Time and again he repeats the circular motion....

L'APPEL DES CIMES

Jacques Lennep
The artist descends from a mountain on one leg. His right foot is bandaged. When Lennep removes the bandage, a gold foot appears....

LA DERNIÈRE CHATAIGNE

Jacques Lennep
The artist climbs several chestnut trees and adopts a pose that relates to the shape of the tree. The work is an intrinsic homage to Marcel Broodthaers....

LA FOLLIA/CONCEIT

Stefan Franck - Bart Van Dessel
What does one recalls of an evanescent event like a dance-performance, once it is over? This work is at the same time a horticultural video on dance, an ornament on the border of choreography plus on the frustration about recollection...

LANDBOUWSALON

Harald Thys
Rather formally, we are introduced to the various aspects of an agricultural fair. We start with the visitor—usually a farmer. Then the machines are presented in their “natural habitat”. The categories involved are the forest, the public garden and the countryside....

L'ARROSÉ

Jacques Lennep
L'arrosé is a performance in which Lennep sums up the names of people who took part in a workshop about portraits in a hospital for mentally ill patients. The artist has a flower pot on his head and at regular intervals someone pours water over his head....

LE VIEUX CRAPAUD

Hänzel & Gretzel
Le Vieux Crapaud is a short video by Hänzel & Gretzel that combines a stop-motion portrait of a girl that follows the rhythm of an electronic choir, footages of nun clapping her hands and a painting of the Christ where the head is alternatively changed with the head of a toad...

L'ANIMATION À L'ÈRE DES MÉDIAS

Joëlle de La Casinière - Michel Bonnemaison
Enrique Ariman reads from an essay by futurist artist Derrick de Kerckhove, on the cultural and social impact of the electronic media. Inspired by the ideas of Marshall McLuhan, de Kerckhove describes a new electronic reality, in which television plays a central part. At the same time the visual language also reflects on television, his visual language and genealogy...

LES BALTUS AU CIRQUE

Stéphane Aubier
The Baltus Family - father, mother and two sons - leaves in a nice villa in the countryside. Suddenly, a circus settles close by, so they decide to go there. They enjoy the show, but it is too long. They want to leave but the evil clowns - the voice is provided by Benoît Poelvoorde - refuses to let them go and keeps them busy with his continuous tricks...

LE GUIDE DU PARC

Sven Augustijnen
An unusual visit of the Parc Royal in Brussels. The guide in this fake documentary introduces you to the habits of the park’s gay scene, taking his time; slowly making you discover the hundred details of the park’s ‘social life’...
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LA SOUPE

Jacques Lennep
Lennep eats a plate of soup backwards....

LAURIEN, OCTOBER 2007

Manon de Boer
Began in 1996, Laurien is portrayed in three sessions, as indicated by the title dates (1996, 2001 and 2007). Each time, Laurien is asked to read a newspaper, which is outside of the frame, and filmed on b&w film for the duration of one Super-8 reel of ± 2’30”....
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LA VILLE INVISIBLE

Philippe de Pierpont
Brussels’ inhabitants tell of the privileged relationship they have with a place – ‘their place’ – in the city. They take us to this public place that, to their eyes, has a private character. A place to which they feel they belong. An intimate place, which they yet share with the other inhabitants of the city...
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LE REFUGE

Nadia Touijer
In the outskirts of the Tunisian capital there is the graveyard of Jallez. Every day long silhouettes dwell about this immense place, looking for a job and some hope. This documentary develops into a serene reflection of a place where shadows rule, of small life in a place of death...
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L’APOCALYPSE SELON THERESA

Danièle Nyst - Jacques-Louis Nyst
After the Apocalypse, Theresa took refuge in an abandoned farm-house on the brink of the Nomala desert. One sunny day she discovers the lifeless body of a young soldier carried away by the river. Theresa takes him to her room she arranged in a barn...
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LETTRE D'UN CINÉASTE À SA FILLE

Eric Pauwels
‘Lettre d’un cinéaste à sa fille’ is a playful, free and personal film in the form of a letter, a film interwoven with a thousand stories knit together with different textures, a book of images where a filmmaker shows the images and the stories he wants to share....
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LE CLOU

Messieurs Delmotte
Always ironic towards the art world, Messieurs Delmotte explains how his piece has been taken off an exhibition in favor of another artist. All what’s left is the nail : le clou....
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LA FARDE AUX CANARDS

Jacques-Louis Nyst
'La farde aux canards’ combines ducks with an array of functional objects (a foot bath, electrical cables, and so on), entities whose literal meanings have nothing whatsoever to do with one another, and which in that sense, also remain 'constant’ in substance. Nyst’s combinations, however, generate new and different meanings and in this case, the viewer’s hilarity....

LA JOUISSANCE DES HYSTÉRIQUES

Jan Bucquoy
What do psychoanalysis and movies have in common? What is the girl doing at the tomb of Apollinaire? Why do directors always quarrel with their actresses? What do situationism and marxism have in common? Why go to Bali for holidays? What can we learn from actresses who want to have a role in the movie? Bucquoy: "When my wife left me for my mistress, I had the choice: either have a pile attac...
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LE JOUR DE GLOIRE EST ARRIVÉ

Sven Augustijnen
In flashing black and white letters and backgrounds, the words from the sentence ‘Le jour de gloire est arrivé’ are flung upon the screen at various speeds. The viewer has to be careful not to be hypnotized by the message....

L'ENTARTEMENT DE BILL GATES

Jan Bucquoy
The last ‘entartement’ in a long series by the world famous Belgian ‘entarist’ Noël Godin, Bill Gates’s Pie-in-the-Face....

LE METTEUR EN SCÈNE

Michel Lorand
The Medea installation is made up of a large, square table with four video monitors. A single actor or actress is seen on three of the four monitors, from the waist up and frontal. The fourth monitor shows only text. The starting point is a short prose piece written by Lorand about a young woman intending to kill her two children after the end of her relationship with their father...
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LOOKING UP

Bernard Gigounon
‘Looking up’ is, as Gigounon puts it himself, a trip through time and space between the astounding and reality. The short video starts with a sky at night, accompanied by the mesmerising sound of an army of crickets. We look up, as the image evolves very slowly it becomes clear to us that the thing we thought to have seen is not actually what it was, or is...
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L'OMBRELLE DESCENDANT UN ESCABEAU

Jacques-Louis Nyst
In 'L’ombrelle descendant un escabeau’ (a title directly quoting Marcel Duchamp’s 'Nu descendant un escalier’) Jacques Louis Nyst appears once more as the explorer who discovers for the first time a common and well-known object, the paper parasol this time. He tries to explain its origins, way of life, and even reproductive techniques...

LA DERNIÈRE (S)CÈNE OU L’ÉVANGILE SELON SAINT BORIS

Boris Lehman
A dialogue based on the Gospel according to St John. The apostles are played by friends (the disciples) of Boris Lehman, most of themselves moviemakers, filmed in front of the last house still standing opposite the new buildings of the European Union. Judas is played by Claudio Pazienza and Christ by Lehman himself...

L'ÎLE OÙ DORMAIT L'ÂGE D'OR

Isabelle Dierckx
This documentary is the account of a trajectory, traversing three Canary Islands, areas Isabelle Dierickx is familiar with by now...
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LAURIEN, SEPTEMBER 2001

Manon de Boer
From her dozens of portraits, Manon de Boer chose two, ‘Robert, June 1996’ and ‘Laurien, March 1996’, which she would - and still does - portray over an over again: the same individuals, in the same position, and within the same visual frame...

LETTRES DE PAPI

Inneke Van Waeyenberghe
A cinematic letter, based on my grandfather’s correspondence with grandmother as the war started. The notion of remembering my grandfather is being constructed and made tangible. Minimal nature images, changes in light and rhythm, images of an old war front. My grandmother reads out the letters, she is present through her off-voice. A separation of image and sound....

L'ART DU COUPLE

Jan Bucquoy
The artist and film maker plays the part of himself in this feature film that highlights Bucquoy’s relationships of the past two or three years, with the assistance of some ten (ex-)lovers with whom he had a relation in this period. What kind of relations do people enter into? Bucquoy: “Living together or separately—I've tried it but it is too expensive, as my mother used to say...
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L'OREILLE COUPÉE

Jacques Lennep
Lennep, with a huge ear, holds a portrait of Van Gogh and tells the viewers about his life....

L'HOMME QUI MARCHE

Philippe de Pierpont
A fictional character walks through the half of Belgium, from the centre of Brussels to De Panne at the seaside. On his way he meets 'real' people from everyday that show their everyday environments. In this documentary, de Pierpont uses fictional techniques in order to create a subjective portrait of the north of Belgium, and its inhabitants in 1992....
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LE ROBOT

Jacques-Louis Nyst
The robot in 'Le Robot’ is as a matter of fact a broken spring from the Nysts’ bed. Here it appears as a giant that a hand attempts to flatten, but ends up releasing. As the “robot” breaks free, we hear a bird singing. 'Le Robot’ is one of Jacques-Louis Nyst’s earlier experiences with the medium...

LE PLASTIQUE C'EST FANTASTIQUE

Karen Vanderborght
In this very early film — the artist made it while she was still studying at Sint-Lukas in Brussels — Karen Vanderborght deliberately plays with lo-fi aesthetics, abstraction and blurred focus. Though her editing is inspired by free association, in this work the focus is on the naked body...
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LA VIE POLITIQUE DES BELGES

Jan Bucquoy
The fifth full feature project of Jan Bucquoy fits in with an encompassing concept of ‘looking at Belgium in a specific way’. In this documentary he follows the 1999 election campaign of two mini parties. On the one hand there is Vivant, the party of Roland Duchâtelet, with a central topic of the right to a basic income for all...
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LES VESTONS D'ALFRED (HOMMAGE À ALFRED LAOUREUX)

Jacques Lennep
In the seventies Jacques Lennep worked on his « Musée de l’homme», a series of exhibitions, performances and videos in which eight figures were shown over the course of time in an artistic context, according to a wayward conception of sociological art...
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LE TOMBEAU DES NAINS

Jacques-Louis Nyst
In 'Le tombeau des nains’ two pebbles are laid on the canvas-like white surface common to most of the Nyst’s videos of the time. Two fingers come along, and move about the pebbles, revealing the two black stains they were hiding. The fingers repeatedly attempt to move the stains as well, with no success...

LA MORT DE VOS ENFANTS

Hänzel & Gretzel
A sound and video collage with texts on image where Hänzel & Gretzel provocatively addresses the theme of babies abuses. Permeated of a black humour, the video is a cynic and odd statement on the topic.  ...
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LA TRISTEZA COMPLICE

Sven Augustijnen
This work is a document of and about the people who were involved with the creation by Les Ballets C. de la B. of ‘La Tristeza Complice’. The medium, super 8 film, enables the makers of the tape to observe the production process from the margin...

L'OISEAU CROQUÉ

Jacques Lennep
The work tells about an image of a grapevine that is so true to nature that birds crash into it....

L'OEUF, LA POULE, DALI ET MOI

Jacques Lennep
Lennep finds a golden egg and tries to find out where it came from. He encounters a black cock and breaks the egg on his forehead....

L'AVENTURE EXTRAVAGANTE D'UN POULET

Jacques Lennep
Lennep goes to a huge chicken farm to fetch a chicken. He paints the chicken with red and black paint, then puts it in a pot. In the end he releases the animal in the woods. ...

L'AUTEUR

Michel Lorand
The Medea installation is made up of a large, square table with four video monitors. A single actor or actress is seen on three of the four monitors, from the waist up and frontal. The fourth monitor shows only text. The starting point is a short prose piece written by Lorand about a young woman intending to kill her two children after the end of her relationship with their father...

LIEFSTE

Karen Vanderborght
Collection of found fragments of love letters intertwined with repetitive series of super-8 images....
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LE MOYEN DE S'ENTENDRE

Michel Bonnemaison
The actor Enrique Ariman in a dinner-jacket writhes on the telephone in a setting of electronic graphics with tangy colours. "Everyone talks on the telephone and no one ever talks about the telephone. Everyone talks about television and television talks for everyone. It’s through the telephone that television arrived, even if we’re told quite the opposite...

LA COMÉDIENNE

Michel Lorand
The Medea installation is made up of a large, square table with four video monitors. A single actor or actress is seen on three of the four monitors, from the waist up and frontal. The fourth monitor shows only text. The starting point is a short prose piece written by Lorand about a young woman intending to kill her two children after the end of her relationship with their father...
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LES SOEURS LUMIÈRE

Karen Vanderborght
A digital short with primitive cinema looks about guardian angels, UFO’s, the lighting of the Belgian motorways and an un-erasable penfriendship...
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LE VOYAGE DE CHRISTOPHE COLOMB

Jacques-Louis Nyst
This short video is one of Jacques-Louis Nyst’s earlier experiences with the medium...

LE ROMAN DE FAUVEL

Joëlle de La Casinière
A musical video book. A screen adaptation of manuscript ’Fr. 146’ at the Bibliothèque Nationale of France. A work devised, written and produced at home by de La Casinière on her personal computer...

LE CALVAIRE DE R. MUTT

Jacques Lennep
In Le calvaire de R. Mutt, Lennep plays the fictitious character R. Mutt — the pseudonym Marcel Duchamp used as author of the Fountain. We watch R. Mutt climbing a mountain with a urinal on his shoulder....

LA SEPTIÈME PLANÈTE

Charley Case
The short La septième planète tells the story of a man fallen on the Earth. The main character walks and wonders around, he observes the daily routine of the city traffic. Then, he visits another planet where he mets a guzzler, so he turned melancholic, then another planet where a businessman is so busy that he didn't dare to look at him .....
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LES CHIENS DEVANT DERRIÈRE

Jacques Lennep
We see images of a pack of dogs in a kennel in Giverny. According to Lennep, some dogs are missing, because they are out hunting with Captain Haddock and Tintin....
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L'AVENTURE AMBIGÜE

Bernard Mulliez
In ‘L’Aventure Ambigüe’ a tourist outing culminates in a shroud of incomprehension and aggression. When Mulliez pays a visit to a project in the ‘The Rainforest’ zoo in Walloon Yvoir, which usually displays small exotic animals, some Pygmies are busy raising funds for their village in Cameroon...
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L'IMAGE

Jacques-Louis Nyst - Danièle Nyst
An image has disappeared at Presseux Village: under a garden shelter, a piece of landscape is missing from the décor. The media and scientists from the whole world ponder over this disappearance. Will our heroes manage to get to the bottom of this mystery?...

LA VIE SEXUELLE DES BELGES 1950-1978

Jan Bucquoy
Jan Bocquoy narrates the story of his sexual life to age 28, imagining his conception (parents drunk, the encounter lasting ten seconds) and reporting his first orgasm (at the hands of Eddy, in a beach-side caravan, as they watch Laurel and Hardy), his comparative experiences with girls, and his move from Harelbeck to Brussels...
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LAURIEN, MARCH 1996

Manon de Boer
In 1996 Manon de Boer made a series of black-and-white portraits with Super 8 – her first time-based work. She filmed a couple of her friends during moments of intense concentration: Laurien reading a book, Robert playing guitar. These are moments when they forget, just for an instance, what is staring at them; they are unaware of the camera’s presence...
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LE COUP DU LAPIN

Jacques Lennep
Lennep goes to market in Charleroi and buys a live rabbit. He then kills the animal with a hammer, skins it and cooks it for dinner....
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LA SOCIÉTÉ DU SPECTACLE ET SES COMMENTAIRES

Jan Bucquoy
‘La société du Spectacle et ses commentaires’ is the sixth and final part of Bucquoy’s cycle ‘La Vie Sexuelle des Belges’...
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LE TRAIN FANTÔME

Jacques-Louis Nyst - Danièle Nyst
An short film, part of an installation, where the camera follows a train, driving in the dark, trough an undeterminded snow landscape. The sound-track evocates the whistle of the train and the sound of the wheels on the steel tracks....
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LE CYGNE ET SON IMAGE

Jacques-Louis Nyst
The title in 'Le cygne et son image’ soon becomes the white canvas on which Nyst has drawn what appears at first as a tail or a path. The screen is horizontally divided in two, the lower part occupied by the canvas and the upper by Nyst’s naked body. When the swan the title refers to appears, it may seem that it is its own image that it contemplates on the white surface...

LEFT BALANCE / RIGHT BALANCE

Wim Catrysse
Wim Catrysse’s Left Balance/Right Balance (2002) is a two-channel video-installation. On the left screen we have a bird’s-eye view of a dark space with a crouching man, stripped to the waist, wearing shorts. It is as if the floor on which the man stands is continually moving—he reels constantly and tries to maintain his balance...
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LE PAYSAGE

Jacques-Louis Nyst
In 'Le paysage’ a cup of coffee reflects: “I was drawn towards this landscape straight away. Calm, slightly hilly. The ideal place to rest oneself” before actually alighting on the tablecloth....
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L'OBJET

Jacques-Louis Nyst
The discovery of a child’s toy: a small blue metallic coffee pot, presents a complete enigma to an archaeologist of the future. The scientist no longer has any information at his disposal on Twentieth Century civilization. Patiently he attempts to unveil the significance of the object...

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...
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LA CLÉ DU PAYSAGE

Jacques-Louis Nyst
In both 'La clé du paysage’ and 'Un dimanche après-midi à 6h du soir’ the spectator is in the position of the voyeur, spying Danièle Nyst through a window. In 'La clé du paysage’, Danièle Nyst is sitting on the garden, glancing through a magazine. Her image is cut up by the window frame...
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LA FIN DU MONDE

Jacques Lennep
Lennep adds a tiny extra to Gustave Courbet’s famous Origin of the World....

LUNDI DE PÂQUES

Emilio López-Menchero
The Trying to be … series by Emilio López-Menchero is a series of photographs and video-performances where the artist embodies a mythical figures. Among them, López-Menchero already tried to be Ramirez Sanchez alias "Carlos", Yasser Arafat, James Ensor, Bin Laden, Frida Kalho, Rasputin or even Rrose Sélavy...