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(SELF)TRACKING SHOT

Krassimir Terziev
In motion picture terminology, a tracking shot (also known as a dolly shot) is a shot in which the camera is mounted on a camera dolly, a wheeled platform that is pushed on rails in order to realise the movement of the viewpoint in the shot. Usualy that movement is centered on a present subject that is part of the narrative...

EXCERPT OF A DAY

Mira Sanders
‘Excerpt of a Day’ is an episode of sound from a day, from an everyday life. For Sanders, the perception of the ordinary, while walking, observing, exploring the space, is always a form of enquiry. In ‘Excerpt of a Day’, the real is returned to the possible...

INSTRUCTION FOR USE

Edith Dekyndt
A silent animated drawing created out of manuals for consumption objects for public or private use. Dekyndt combines an inventory of daily instruction, but, in this way, the slide show questions our formatted consumeristic experience and faces us to the aesthetics of how-to included in ordinary packagings and their universal codified language....

CONTAINED MOBILITY

Ursula Biemann
’Contained Mobility’ concentrates on the suspended time-space of translocal existences, and the politics of mobility and containment. The video project looks at the situation currently emerging from the changes to, and prompted by, the regulation of movement across Europe’s borders...

TECHNOCALYPS

Frank Theys
Technocalyps is a 3 part documentary about ‘transhumanism’, an ideology assuming that we approach an era where humans, as we know them, are no longer the driving force of civilization. All technological developments seem to converge to one main goal: to overcome humanity, to try and create something transhuman...

LA FILLE QUI NE FERME JAMAIS LES YEUX

Nicolas Dufranne
In ’La fille qui ne ferme jamais les yeux’ we see a big-eyed girl staring into the camera for over three minutes without blinking once. Or could it be that she is closing her eyes on exactly the same moment as the viewer?...

DE LOIN PARALLELE

Bernard Gigounon
This work shows three enigmatic individuals throwing rocks into a river. They can be seen as children, as protesters, as thugs, or as dancers. The river absorbs the shocks effortlessly, each collision vanishing through a thousand wrinkles as soon as the act has run its course, a powerful but fleeting spectacle....
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BUCKETHEAD

Messieurs Delmotte
Messieurs Delmotte makes a somersault, tumbles in a bucket of water with his head, and ends up on his behind, totally soaked, with a bucket for headwear. This work is part of the series Flying Chickens...
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RAINBOW MARKET

Pascal Baes
A recording of a street performance by Aï Suzuki was edited with Baes’ typical time-lapse techniques into a kinetic staccato game with movement and space...
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POP ART: CASINO KNOKKE

Jef Cornelis
A short report on the event surrounding Pop Art which Emile Langui organised in 1970 in the Casino of Knokke. Rather than an exhibition, the event was conceived as a situation, a biotope in which visitors and works are admitted like plants and fish in deep-sea water...