FILMS

ART, FILM ART, AND FILMS ABOUT ART:

Video Art Installation – 2010

Video Art Installation, a major piece from  artist, Sonia Falcone presented at the XVII Bienal de Arte de Santa Cruz de la Sierra, where the painter was invited to participate.

Ways of Seeing – 1972

Regarded as one of the most influential art programs ever made, Ways of Seeing deals with human perception and the way is shaped by social conditions. In the first episode, Berger examines the impact of photography on our appreciation of art from the past.

Wooden Mirror – 1999

Daniel Rozins four mechanical mirrors are made of various materials but share the same behavior and interaction; any person standing in front of one of these pieces is instantly reflected on its surface. The mechanical mirrors all have video cameras, motors and computers on board and produce a soothing sound as the viewer interacts with them.

Relational Art – Is it an ism? – 2004

The British art documentarian Ben Lewis investigates the theories of the French curator Nicholas Bourriaud. He says there’s a new movement in art – Relational Aesthetics.

Ever is Over All – 1997

Swiss Artist Pipilotti Rist works with video, film, and moving images which are often displayed as projections. Ever is Over All shows in slow-motion a young woman walks along a city street, smashing the windows of parked cars with a large hammer in the shape of a tropical flower.

Brainteaser 2.0. – 2010

Kim Hyung Chul’s Brainteaser Light sculpture presents a atyrofoam installation with projection mapping.

Screen Tests 1964 – 1966

Andy Warhols screen tests are a series of silent film portraits consisting of several-minute unbroken shots of Factory regulars, Warhols superstars, celebrities, guests, friends, or anyone he thought had “star potential”.

Test Pattern – 2011

Ryoji Ikeda final part of the Live Set in Centre Pompidou, Paris.

Vidéo clip Transfiguration – 2010

Using earthy materials including paint, clay and flour the video performances of Oliver De Sagazan tap into something disturbingly primal.

Turbulent – 1998

Shirin Neshats two-screen video installation, two singers (Shoja Azari playing the role of the male and Iranian Vocalist and composer Sussan Deyhim as the female) create a powerful musical metaphor for the complexity of gender roles and cultural power within the framework of ancient Persian music and poetry.

Acceptance – 2008

Bill Viola is internationally recognized as one of todays leading artists. He has been instrumental in establishing video as a vital form of contemporary art, and in so doing has helped to greatly expand its scope in terms of technology, content, and historical reach.

We Have Decided Not To Die – 2003

We Have Decided Not To Die is a short film by Australian Daniel Askill. A modern day allegorical triptych, three figures under go transformation through three rituals. Though not a story in any conventional sense, We Have Decided Not To Die succeeds in taking audience on an emotional journey. Aurally intriguing, often stunning and always beautiful, Danielís short film has been winning fans from around the festival circuit.

Cut Piece – 1965

An excerpt from Yoko Ono’s ‘Cut Piece’  Cut Piece. Ono executed the performance in Tokyo and London by walking on stage and casually kneeling on the floor in a draped garment. Audience members were requested to come on stage and begin cutting.

Pin – 2007

Benjamin Ducroz animation for Pitsch – the online design contest

LevelHead – 2007

The player of Julian Olivers augmented reality  game-prototype must use tilt motions to navigate the character through rooms that appear inside one of several cubes on a table. Each room is logically connected by a series of doors, though some doors are traps.

O Superman – 1981

O Superman is a 1981 song by experimental performance artist and musician Laurie Anderson. Part of the larger work United States, the half-sung, half-spoken, almost minimalist piece unexpectedly rose to #2 on the UK Singles Charts in 1981. Prior to the success of this song, Anderson was little known outside the art world.”

Scopitone – 2012

Ryoichi Kurokawa

Pavilion The Netherlands – 2009

Fiona Tan

Disappearing Landscape – PassingⅡ – 2010

YUAN goang-ming

Anemic Cinema – 1926

Moving spirals and text in alternating shots. A classic by controversial modernist genius Marcel Duchamp

Cremaster 3 pt.1 – 2002

Matthew Barneys Cremaster Cycle is an art project consisting of five feature length films, together with related sculptures, photographs, drawings, and artist’s books, made over a period of eight years (1994–2002).

 2 into 1 – 1997

Gillian Wearings short video projection 2 into 1 (1997) features a mother and her two sons, one generation lip-synching the dubbed words of the other. It is hypnotically disturbing to watch a pair of 10-year-old twins take turns speaking their mother’s exasperated love for them. 

Douglas Gordon – 2000

Douglas Gordons Déjà-vu uses footage from D.O.A. 1949-50, a Hollywood thriller directed by Rudolph Mateé. The film has been transferred to video and is projected simultaneously on three parallel screens at normal speed as well as slightly faster and slightly slower – 25, 24 and 23 frames per second (left to right). This has the effect of making the three identical narratives diverge increasingly over time, and inducing in the viewer an experience similar to déjà-vu.

Box – The Creators Project

Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. It is the culmination of multiple technologies, including large scale robotics, projection mapping, and software engineering. We believe this methodology has tremendous potential to radically transform theatrical presentations, and define new genres of expression.

ADA at «Гараж» Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow in 2013

Analog interactive installation / kinetic sculpture by Karina Smigla-Bobinski

Ei Wada – Toki Ori Ori Nasu -Falling Records-

Chunky Move- Biennale Danza 2010

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