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Ken Kobland
A seashore landscape, structured first by a moving car then re-constructed optically. A re-structured landscape. (https://www.kenkoblandfilms.com)...

ALTOGETHER

Herman Asselberghs
The future is dark which is, on the whole, the best thing the future can be, I think.” With this observation as a starting-point, “Altogether” fully acknowledges the ideological impasse of the post 68-era...

VENISE 4

Claude Cattelain
The waves of the Venice lagoon flood on the dock....
Philippe Braem, 2003-2004, Angel Vergara Santiago © the artist Philippe Braem, 2003-2004, Angel Vergara Santiago © the artist

PHILIPPE BRAEM

Angel Vergara
At the Centre for Fine Arts, where Phillippe Braem works and where an exhibition of the works of Nico Dockx and Christophe Terlinden is being held, Braem explains his opinion about the freedom of the artist. He particularly wonders how an artist is able to maintain his freedom when he becomes enmeshed in systems endangering that freedom...

VIDÉO HEBDO 9

Claude Cattelain
Manipulating the invisible can still hurt....
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FLASHFORWARD

Eran Schaerf - Eva Meyer
The work of Meyer and Schaerf explores the transitional area between the meaningless and the meaningful, especially the process during which unrelated scraps of meaning move between various possibilities, ultimately converging into a cluster of emotions and associations. At the same time traditional sign systems of language, image and sound are undermined and new relations are proposed...

THE SURRENDER OF BREDA

Luc Gobyn
Inspired by the painting of Diego Velasquez, ‘The Surrender of Breda’, an image of the mayor of Cuéllar before the start of the bullrunning....
Les artistes, 2010, Angel Vergara Santiago © the artist Les artistes, 2010, Angel Vergara Santiago © the artist

LES ARTISTES

Angel Vergara
In ’Les artistes’, Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels and painter Antoine Wiertz make an appearance by means of a historical performance. Video clips of historical documents and catalogues are interspersed with recordings of contemporary artists, like Jan Fabre. In this way, Vergara creates a historically layered perspective on ’the Belgian artist’...
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FLAUBERT DREAMS OF TRAVEL BUT THE ILLNESS OF HIS MOTHER PREVENTS IT

Ken Kobland
‘Flaubert Dreams of Travel…’ focuses on images of death and transcendence as suggested by the writings of Gustave Flaubert. The film was made in conjunction with the Wooster Group’s stage production ‘Frank Dell’s The Temptation of St...
Der starke Ferdinand, Alexander Kluge, 1976. copyright Der starke Ferdinand, Alexander Kluge, 1976. copyright

DER STARKE FERDINAND

Alexander Kluge
The clownish security chief of a West German business is obsessed with protecting his factory from fancied and real breaches, especially from groups such as The Red Army Faction. He finally becomes so obsessed with possible security leaks that he turns terrorist to prove his own case...