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MONEY EXCHANGE

Sarah Vanagt
April in Rwanda; the month of mourning in the new Rwandan calendar. While the country is commemorating the 10th anniversary of the genocide, children play games. Sarah Vanagt spent the Easter holiday in an orphanage village, a "children's republic" situated in the war-torn border zone between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Part of Begin Began Begun (2005)...

LA FILLE QUI DESCEND L'ESCALIER

Joëlle Tuerlinckx
original material from "After Architecture After", an exhibition by Joëlle Tuerlinckx curated by Moritz Küng 03.11.2006-25.11.2006 deSingel, Antwerp, Belgium...

CAMINOTHÉRAPIE

Charley Case
For an exhibition in the Hermès exhibition space (Brussels, October 2004), Charley Case created a circular metal construction...

ANALOGUE KINGDOM

Esther Johnson
Gerald Wells stole his first radio, a Belmont, in 1943 at the age of thirteen. He was immediately sent to an approved school, whose psychiatrist diagnosed an obsession with wireless and electricity, an obsession that continues today. The house Wells was born in and still inhabits is now home to over 1,500 wireless objects and 45,000 valves...
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SNNORRREBOT

Jan Vromman
A girl and a man are staying in the house. Another man, in some kind of hotel, looks out over the landscape with binoculars. A blind man arrives. They all play music. We visit a local wedding, and again there is music, bagpipes even. The music gives this video its structure, along with the gestures, movements, objects and many, many musical instruments...

TANIA, MODÈLE POUR PHOTOS DE CHARME

Jacques Lennep
Video, apart from photography and holography, was but one of the media Lennep made use of during the 1970s, as he was adding on to his ‘museum of men’. His human models were derived from all layers of the populations, but they shared a common obsession for collecting things or, at the very least, an unusual passion...

VIDÉO RELATIONNELLE (1973 - 1974): TAPISSERIE

Jacques Lennep
The camera shows a fixed shot of a banal wallpaper with a flower-print. Offscreen somebody shouts 'Vive la peinture!'....

VOYAGE À PARIS [ENGLISH VERSION]

Jef Cornelis
The myth of ’Modern Life’ has its origins in Paris. Going to the City invariably resonates with an imaginary trip to Paris. ’Voyage à Paris’ is about looking and being looked at, about fashion and consumption, and about people’s fascination with Paris, ’the capital of the 19th century’...

CONTAINER 09: OVER ROES

Jef Cornelis
A fragment from Aldoux Huxley‘s ’The Doors of Perception’ is the starting-point for a reflection on intoxication. Intoxication might be perceived as one of the universal longings of mankind. The Romantic tradition of Baudelaire talks of “artificial paradises”, but outside the Western society intoxication has a much more ambivalent function than escapism alone...