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A DAY FOR CAKE AND ACCIDENTS

Steve Reinke - Jessie Mott
Reinke continues to explore the quirky possibilities of the animation film, collaborating once again with Jessie Mott, who delivers her idiosyncratic drawings, paintings and collages, plus also wrote the accompanying texts. References to cartoons and comics are once more evident, though Reinke stays somewhat of a league of its own...
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LE PETIT JEUNE HOMME DE BINCHE

Jan Vromman
Carnival in the Belgian town of Binche is not just a revel and an orgy. It’s subject to strict rules. Every male inhabitant of Binche can become ’Gilles’. Every Gilles puts on a colourful suit and is accompanied by a drummer wherever he goes. On top of this the Gilles all wear the same wax mask during the afternoon of carnival...

NOCTURNE #2

Pieter Geenen
Registered with a mobile phone camera in the spring of 2011, ’nocturne #2’ shows the central lanes and squares of Tehran, and its surrounding streets, at their most quiet and empty moment of the day. In recent history, the area around the infamous Azadi Tower (Freedom Tower) has been the backdrop of various protests, demonstrations, and violent repression...
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THE ASCENT OF MAN. PART III: ACTS OF CONSUMPTION

Jayce Salloum
’Acts of Consumption’, to consume or to consume oneself. Sex and violence, sermons of love and social struggle, demonstrations, demolitions. The analogies become almost narrative. From a sex scene to a dissection one, we pass from love to science by interposed organs. Lovers’ hands caress, those of the doctor dissect. Science brings forth technology : screens, clocks, machines.....
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PORTABLE STONES

Orla Barry
The work of Orla Barry is like a wall of words, constructed from images – or a wall of images, made up from words. One cannot exist without the other. Raised and bred in Ireland, she explores the semantics and the iconography of her mother tongue...

IJSBREKER 11: WONEN+WONEN=2

Jef Cornelis - Jackie Claeys - Mark De Geest - Karel Schoetens
A house is an environment. A home is an extension of who you are. How can we live in a house, be at home in a home? These issues are tackled in a live transmission by Bob van Reeth, architect and teacher, and Marcel Raymaekers, tradesman in historical style objects. A work by both is presented, architectural pieces as places with a memory, an environment with a mind, a space in time...
A] PART, Peter Downsbrough, 2009 © the artist & producer A] PART, Peter Downsbrough, 2009 © the artist & producer

A] PART

Peter Downsbrough
A]PART is a video project filmed in the Citroën Building on the Place de l’Yser/IJzerplein In Brussels. Downsbrough directs camera through different levels of the building. Sometimes the camera focusses on what is happening outside: traffic... Only buildings, cars and structures are seen...

DRIFTING

Hans Op de Beeck
'Drifting' is a narrative video in which an old man is heard off-screen, bidding farewell to his beloved. It becomes clear from his account that she committed suicide when they were both still young. At the end of his life, he speaks of the tragedy and of her inconceivable beauty, which he carries in his memory...
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THE HUNDRED VIDEOS 46. SLEEP

Steve Reinke
Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what it is we really want....
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URBAN LANDSCAPE

Messieurs Delmotte
A city landscape: cars, trees, distant buildings. Messieurs Delmotte runs into a tree and disappears within it. Suddenly, he comes out of it and runs into the next tree. He disappears again. This work is part of the series Flying Chickens...