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SECOND-HAND EXPERIENCE 02

Edith Dekyndt
The 'Second hand experiences' are an uncompleted series of film installations, reinterpreting movements from childhood. In 'Second-hand experiences 02', Dekyndt handles an embroidery floss and builds a square loop which she keeps on shaping and reshaping with her hands...
We will live to see these things, or, five pictures of what may come to pass, Julia Meltzer & David Thorne, 2007 © the artists & producer We will live to see these things, or, five pictures of what may come to pass, Julia Meltzer & David Thorne, 2007 © the artists & producer

WE WILL LIVE TO SEE THESE THINGS, OR, FIVE PICTURES OF WHAT MAY COME TO PASS

Julia Meltzer - David Thorne
“We will live to see these things, or, five pictures of what may come to pass” is a documentary video in five parts about competing visions of an uncertain future...

ERNA LENDVAI-DIRCKSEN. FLANDERN. DAS GERMANISCHE VOLKSGESICHT

Gorik Lindemans
Gorik Lindemans is obsessed with books, or rather with looking at books. In his video he guides us through this fascinating picture-book ‘Flandren. Das Germanische Volksgesicht’, with splendid photographs of Flemish farmers and landscapes from the early forties by Erna Lendvai-Dircksen...
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THE HUNDRED VIDEOS 69. HARVEY K.

Steve Reinke
An ode to Harvey Keitel....
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LA CLÉ DU PAYSAGE

Jacques Louis Nyst
In both 'La clé du paysage’ and 'Un dimanche après-midi à 6h du soir’ the spectator is in the position of the voyeur, spying Danièle Nyst through a window. In 'La clé du paysage’, Danièle Nyst is sitting on the garden, glancing through a magazine. Her image is cut up by the window frame...

OWNER OF THE VOYAGE

Jan Dietvorst - Roy Villevoye
Since 1992, Roy Villevoye has frequently visited Papua, the former Dutch New Guinea. Visual artist Jan Dietvorst has joined him regularly; together they produce an oeuvre of films that deal with the influences to which the local people, the Asmat, have been exposed since their first contact with Western outsiders in the 1950s...

... AND

Peter Downsbrough
This film essentially consists of one continuous shot taken from the train window during its stop in the station of Metz, France. By way of prelude, …  AND opens with a fixed camera shot, a straight, razor-sharp positioning - an image of cars driving in the city. Then, we dive into the film by way of a traveling shot from the window of the train...

DARK MATTER

Lucile Desamory
In 1989, a wave of unidentified flying objects (UFO's) swept through Belgium. A woman, who witnessed the phenomenon, talks about her consternation....

GREAT BLOOD SACRIFICE

Steve Reinke
A walk with shaky hand held camera through the landscape of the high desert of New Mexico, down the cliffs to a water reservoir accompanied by Reinke’s voice over: “I had a dream last night. I was in a room with Joy Behar, and she had wrapped a dog in aluminum foil, and the dog couldn’t get out...

SLOW OBJECT 04

Edith Dekyndt
'Slow Object 04' is close-up video and it shows a delicate manipulation of an ordinary round rubber band bobbing up and down in slow motion. As if the movement of the disc and the hand takes place in an aquarium, the object appears to be suspended as escaping Earth’s gravity: it slightly deforms and it rarely returns to the initial point...