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BELONG

Shelly Silver
Behind her desk, probably in her university office, a woman talks about belonging and argues that nobody really belongs to something nowadays. While she speaks, Silver edited old photographs of people from disparate origins as well as different cities and landscapes. The final static shot shows the Seine banks, the flag of France and a woman playing with her dog....
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THE HUNDRED VIDEOS 38. EXPERIMENT

Steve Reinke
During this film, you’ll need to take down notes and readings from the screen. We are going to investigate... We are going to use this machine... First of all, let’s take a look inside to see how it works. It looks complicated but the principle is simple... Let’s turn out the lights....

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....

FABRICA/BRIGHTON DAY 8

Claude Cattelain
Doing a video each day. Day 8: spreading a green tarpaulin on the sea....

GHOST DESCENDING A STAIRCASE

Daniel Kötter - Krassimir Terziev
Ghost Descending a Staircase is a video work, one of the results of the collaborative research undertaken by Krassimir Terziev and Daniel Kötter in the urban peripheries of Berlin and Sofia in 2016...

TRAVELOGUE 1: THE DREAM OF LEOPOLD II

Stefaan Decostere
Leopold II was Belgium’s second king. And quite a king he was. He owned central Africa as a personal property and tried hard to change the city of Brussels into the most beautiful capital of Europe. He was crazy about travelling (for some well-defined purpose of course) and founded an international geographic society called colonisation...
Schrodinger's Cat, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist Schrodinger's Cat, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist

SCHRODINGER'S CAT

Peter Finnemore
Peter Finnemore gives his comic visual interpretation of the famous paradox elaborated by Erwin Schrödinger in 1935 to criticize the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics...

ENFIN UNIS, INSTRUITS ET LIBRES

Angel Vergara
In 2007 in the Gallery Stela Lohaus in Antwerp, Vergara displayed an edited montage of a recorded performance he had organized two years earlier in the Hallen van Schaarbeek in Brussels, and where the audience was allowed to put on dog costumes. People crawl around on the floor, dressed up as animals, amidst dogs who are also walking around. White sheets of paper are lying on the floor...
X Ray Eyes, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist X Ray Eyes, Peter Finnemore, 2005. Courtesy the Artist

X RAY EYES

Peter Finnemore
Finnemore wears sunglasses, a camouflage battle dress, gloves and hat. His face is also covered with camouflage battle tissue and a scarf. Without unveiling his face, he slowly unfolds the tissue. Then laser-lights point his face....

TASTE THE WORLD

Wendy Morris
‘Taste the World’ explores tourist notions of the ‘Third World’ as a playground for Europe. The title is derived from a promotional brochure in which travellers are encouraged to “taste the world”. The subtext makes clear that this ‘world’ is mainly there for the Eurostractrates with their unbridled leisure time and financial means...