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ANDRÉ ANDÉR

Karen Vanderborght
Portrait of the town fool and the nutty film student behind the camera. Does the person in front of the camera becomes an ‘object’ as soon as he or she is transformed into an ‘image’? This work was the final dissertation of Vanderborght....

REMOTE SENSING

Ursula Biemann
’Remote Sensing’ roams through the territories of the global sex trade, moving us from orbit around the Earth into women’s lives, spanning the globe from Eastern Europe to East Asia...

THE LONELY

Hubert Marécaille
Pending a response to his ad placed in a newspaper in the hope of meeting a woman, a computer worker goes about his everyday activities : reading computer magazines, eating, watching TV, visiting his aunt in search of affection, spending time at the cemetery with his deceased parents, meditatively ironing his colthes, celebrating his birthday thinking of an unhappy colleague, jealous of his newly ...
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MADONNA WITH CHILD

Nicolas Provost
A very personal, fairly explicit and worrying portrayal of the birth of Christ....

INLAND VOYAGES IN AN INLAND VOYAGES

Mira Sanders
Navigating. We rarely think about it, and yet for most of us it is an everyday activity. Internet, Google Maps, GPS, etcetera: who can do without them? Mira Sanders was deeply touched by Robert Louis Stevenson’s travel story An Inland Voyage (1878). In it Stevenson relates how with a friend he paddled in a canoe from the Belgian town of Antwerp to Pontoise in France...

VITA NOVA

Vincent Meessen
In his famous essay Mythologies (1957), Roland Barthes demystified the French colonial imperialism by means of a photograph that appeared on the cover of Paris-Match. This picture, that became an icon of modern criticism, shows a colonial cadet on guard.Vita Nova unveils the biographical ghost underneath the surface of this mythical picture...

A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF CLARITY

Emmanuel Van der Auwera
Teenagers are watching a video on internet while videotaping their own reactions. Fragments after fragments, this loose community express their comments and witness a deep trouble in an ever more invading off-camera space. We are caught between two images: the missing one being watched and the image of the spectator. This ultra thin angle opens a breach on the multiple dimensions of dismay...

THE JOYCEAN SOCIETY

Dora García
A group of people have been reading a book together for thirty years. They have been reading it again and again, with each journey from the first to the last page taking eleven years. Once they reach the last word, a very enigmatic "the," they begin again with the first word, "riverrun." The text appears inexhaustible, its interpretation endless, the inconclusive nature of the reading exciting...

VIDÉO HEBDO 44

Claude Cattelain
Water drops on an electric burner iron plate....
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OUTLINE

Peter Downsbrough
The CD-rom Outline opens onto a three-dimensional space containing several volumes. Each volume gives access to a different work category: books, maquette, dice, sculpture, prints, notes, photographs, a film, sound pieces, projects. Texts and documentation are also included...