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Pärnu Postimees:

„Fideofestil“ näeb mitme maa audiovisuaalkunsti

http://www.parnupostimees.ee/933240/fideofestil-naeb-mitme-maa-audiovisuaalkunsti/

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Festival internacional de Cine y Vídeo experimental

Seis creadores vascos, invitados al Fideofest de Estonia

El festival internacional de Cine y Vídeo experimental se celebrará el viernes y el sábado

Fotograma de Technology will tear us apart, de Saray Blades.

Fotograma de ‘Technology will tear us apart’, de Saray Blades. (FOTO: DEIA)

bilbao. Media docena de autores de origen vasco van a estar presentes, como artistas invitados, en Fideofest, Pärnu International Film and Video Festival, que tendrá lugar en esa ciudad estonia los próximos días 10 y 11 de agosto. Y es que la Academia Non Grata nació en ese país del Este, y conforma un grupo de gran relieve en el panorama del arte experimental. Así, el pasado mes de junio sus representantes desarrollaron su proyecto Diverse Universe también en Bilbao, dentro de una gira europea de este festival nómada interdisciplinar. Y fue entonces cuando, al conocer la obra de autores de Euskadi, realizaron la invitación.

Txema Agiriano, veterano comisario del festival MEM y recientemente de la apuesta Bideodromo -Festival Internacional de Cine y Vídeo Experimental, ambos en Bilbao-, se muestra muy contento al ir creciendo estos contactos y sinergias en el campo en que trabaja, ya que Non Grata es un grupo con una profusa trayectoria en Arte Experimental y la invitación supone “un reconocimiento a los trabajos que se realizan aquí”.

Así, Al Paldrok, director de la Academia estonia, y asimismo director del Festival de Pärnu, propuso a Agiriano que comisariara una serie de obras de nuestros autores para presentarlas en Fideofest. Para Agiriano, esa presencia es una gran noticia, pues dicho foro internacional “lleva más de una década funcionando muy bien, y siempre en agosto y en esa zona costera, en la que la gente sale más”, describe. Además, acuden personas del mundo del arte experimental de todo el mundo, especialmente de los países cercanos, como Finlandia, Rusia, Dinamarca… En el caso de los artistas vascos, participarán en dos sesiones dedicadas a la Sección Invitada, donde también participarán otros países, como Hungría y Francia.

Para los que hayan seguido los avances de festivales realizados en Euskadi, como MEM o Bideodromo, les serán familiares algunas obras que exportará Agiriano. Así, por ejemplo, se proyectará el Arbeit macht frei de Iván Gómez, una ironía sobre la frase “el trabajo os hará libres” en campos de concentración. El vídeo fue grabado en Sachsenhausen. El documental de Pilar Baizán Art openings muestra los diferentes aspectos en torno a las aperturas de exhibiciones artísticas. Una aguda mirada entre bastidores.

Red land, de María Salazar, Miriam Isasi y Víctor Santamarina, muestra una Iruñea más allá de la Historia y los Sanfermines, una visión actualizada de la ciudad.

Technology will tear us apart, de Saray Blades, aborda la dicotomía entre lo analógico y lo digital, dos constantes en su metodología de trabajo. Nuevos niveles de observación del campo audiovisual.

Por último, Ignacio Sáez o la lengua obesa dirigió el vídeo We love so lovely, una visión del estudio como un escenario coreografiado de intimidad. Silencio, se proyecta cine vasco en Estonia…

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Laupäev/Saturday 11. august 2012 

Pärnu Kunstnike Maja, Nikolai 27 õuel
Pärnu Filmi ja Videofestival FIDEOFEST esitleb:

20.00 Eesti Videokunst / Estonian Video Art (curator Raivo Kelomees)

Anna-Liisa Rajamart
Anne Härm
Ats Nukki
Eva Järv
Eva Mägar
Fred Kotkas
Marge Oldermann
Hanna Piksarv
Jana Soans
Jevgeni Krassi
Johan Henrik Pajupuu
Kaarel Kütas
Lauri Eltermaa
Mariliis Oksaar
Nora Särak
Paulius Jonikas
Siim Erlenheim
Taavi Rekkaro
Uku Sepsivart

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STEVE VANONI PRESENTS: “gRAND Champion of the Parnu International Fideo fest 2012”

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Laupäev / Saturday 11. August 2012 kell 00.40 Pärnu Rannakino - Beach Cinema

Kiwa (Estonia) LIVE audiovisuaalne programm / Live AV program Kiwa (Estonia)

KIWA “nothingoloogiline väli” audio-video performance

KIWA performatiivseid teoseid on keeruline klassifitseerida, tavaliselt kombineerivad need tema triploidset elu kui kaasaegse kunsti praktik, eksperimentaalkirjanik ja helikunstnik. Tema performanced vastustavad või lepitavad heli ja teksti, jäika (pseudo)teaduslikku loenguvormi, perversset tooteesitlust, viiteid võõrandumise teatrile ja valge kuubi esteetikale. “nothingoloogiline väli”, spetsiaalselt käesoleva festivali jaoks loodud programm on fokuseeritud väljale, mis moodustub tähelepanekutest “eimiski” kohta, heli kontekstualiseerimisele, pimedale mürausule ja puuduoleva ning tühjuse metafüüsikale. www.kiwanoid.com.

KIWA “the field of nothingology” audio-video performance

KIWA’s performative works are hard to classify, usually they draw together his triploid life as free contemporary art practioneer, experimental writer and sound artist. His performances confrontate or conciliate sound and text, rigid (pseudo)scientific lecture form, power point theatre, perverted product presentation, references to the theatre of alienation and modernist white cube esthetics. “the field of nothingology”, a program created specially for this festival is focused on the field of nothingology, contextualization of sound, blind trust in noise and metaphysics of what is missing, of void, of blankness.

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Poliitiline dokumentaalfilmi Pariisis elavast ja tegutsevast eestlasest Vahur Linnustest “Armud jäänud, armud tulnud” (2012). 1h 29min
Filmi autor on Tõnu Virve ja heli Sven Grünberg.

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Juba koolieas majandusküsimusi uuriv sõjaväelase poeg Vahur Linnuste meenutab lapsepõlve Euroopa-Venemaa kultuuriruumi piiririigis ja Eesti Vabariigi hävingut 1940. aasta suvel, kui väike iseseisev Eesti liidetakse Nõukogude Liidu impeeriumiga.

 Teine maailmasõda lõhestab Euroopa kultuuriruumi kapitalistliku Lääne ja nõukogude Ida tsoonideks. Avaneb unikaalne ja seni vähetuntud lugu Euroopa väliseestlaste võitlusest kodumaa iseseisvuse taastamise eest. Peamiselt Pariisis elanud Vahur Linnuste môtestab Euroopa ja maailmapoliitilisi tagamaid, miks eestlaste saatus viimases sõjas ja 50 aastat pärast sõda nii kannatusrikkaks kujuneb.

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Marian Kivila presents: French Film Night

00.15 Pärnu Rannakino (rannas) / Pärnu Beach Cinema

“An Arrangement” (2008), Didier Blasco (Prantsusmaa) 30 min
“ToiletZone” (2009), Didier Blasco (Prantsusmaa) 30 min
“Mollement, un samedi matin” (2012), Sofia Djama (Alzeeria-Prantsusmaa) 30 min

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11th August 2012

Presentation and screening of film and video works from the Basque Country selected by Txema Agiriano. Artistic director and chief curator of MEM International Experimental Arts Festival, and manager for BIDEODROMO International Experimental Film and Video Festival.

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“Most difficult. Nothing” 2010. Ivan Gómez Gutiérrez. 23’57

I question the relevance and how to produce images. Even if the gun is a great metaphor, metonymy extreme extralinguistic forms, we keep moving in the language and although one of the most significant virtues of language is to allow write against him, will always be the suspicion that this internal criticism can not be sufficiently radical. And this is the sense in which, within this paradox, I want to value the experiences, the experience but not forgetting the symbolic.

“Art vernissages” 2011. Pilar Baizán. 20’

Non fiction film. An ironic look at art openings.

Pilar Baizán is an artists that works on video, installation and experimental music (Baseline)

www.bselinenoise.com

http://www.youtube.com/pilarbaizan

“Tierra roja” 2010. María Salazar, Miriam Isasi  & Víctor Santamarina 5’38

The identity of the city is a layer of ancient traditions that survive to be updated over time. From a visitor gaze are the remains of the walled city but at the same time permeable to the passage of pilgrims and tourists of San Fermin. A constant intermittent flows are happening in time and provides contexts and situations that determine the traits of Pamplona and its inhabitants, shaping a contemporary identity of the city..

 “Technology will tear us apart (01100001 01100111 01100001 01101001 01101110)” 2011. Saray Blades.1’01

The video has it’s origins on a speech about analog vs. digitally. Short intervals of time in a perpetual reproduction which are shown various elements and materials analogue and digital audiovisual field.

After a sequence, the reception of the work is not completed, but is closed by a permanent long contemplation. It is a process of time segments with minimal modifications in the edition that provide added levels of reflection.

“Love So Lovely” 2011. Ignacio Sáez. Music: Suicide (Alan Vega / Martin Rev) 5’

Ignacio Saez (Bilbao 1971) is a painter who works different techniques (painting, photography, video, writing, sound,…)

In this video the artist’s studio is the scenery for his choreographed movements. A work about obsession, playfulness, intimacy and love.

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Fideofest 10. August 21.00: HUNGARIAN PROGRAMS

 Hungarian Hobbies - contemporary videos - Selection of The Studio of Young Artists’ Association (SYAA) , curator: Stenczer Sári

 

SZACSVA Y Pál ( www.perimedialab.hu | szacsvay@freemail.hu ) ANOTHER FINGER EXERCISE, 8’, 2005 It is a very personal evaluation of the EU Expansion Ceremony (held on the 1st of May 2004 in Dublin) and an artistic reflection focused especially on the military parade that accompanied it. In the video one can follow the parade being complemented with an improvisatory performance executed by Katalin Kim - a trained pianist - which reflects on it both in a sensorial and in an intellectual way. While marching with her fingers, following first the rhythm of the military maneuvers and then the rhythm of the European anthem she seems to quickly learn what Timothy Brennan - a reviewer of the video - aptly called the “dance-step of obedience”.

 

Born in 1967, graduated at the Academy of Visual Arts, Kolozsvár; Postgradual studies at: École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Marseille; Kunsthochschule, Berlin; HISK,Antwerp. He has recently obtained his Doctorate in Fine Arts at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest.

 

Lajos CSONTÓ ( fotografus.hu/hu/fotografusok/csonto-lajos | csonto.lajos@gmail.com ) ANTHEM, 4’ 8”, 2004 We see the action from the point of view of a swimmer; while hearing the sounds of the Hungarian national anthem and reading its key words in French. During the next length we can hear the French anthem and read its simplified content and concept in Hungarian. The loop is an attempt to search for the relationship lying between the histories of the two nations, and to dislodge thestereotypesinthemanifestationofnationalidentity–bysubtitlingthenationalanthemsto foreign languages. The absurdity of the ensemble of the scene, the act and the musical theme question the pathetic institution of the national anthem, what does an underwater “prayer” mean, in the monotony from wall to wall.

 

Born in 1964. Lives and works in Budapest. Studies: 1986-1990 Hungarian College of Fine Arts, Budapest, 1990-1992 Scholarship at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. Currently a member of the Association of Hungarian Artists, the Studio of Young Artists Association, Association of Hungarian Photographers, Studio of Vajda Lajos.

 

Szabolcs KISSPál ( intermedia.c3.hu/~kspal | kisspal.sz@gmail.com ) REVER (ANTHEM), 5’ 10’’, 2001 A choir performs an anthem in an empty gallery space. The verses of the Hungarian national anthem being sang on the melody of the Romanian national anthem. 16 years ago I emigrated from point A to point B crossing two borders at the same time. The crossing itself was also doubled by the fact that there were many identities of mine engaged in it: vernacular and social, subjective and cultural, individual and historical, private and artistic. When asked by some people from point A to take part in a show in point B, I created an anthem which was recorded on video as no choir was willing to perform it.

 

Born in 1967, Romania. Lives and works in Budapest. Studies include: 2007 DLA Budapest 1997-98 Academy Of Fine Arts Budapest (H) (postgradual) Dpt of Intermedia 1993-94 Academy Of Fine Arts Budapest (H) (postgradual) Dpt of Painting 1992 Academy of Visual Arts Cluj (R) — MA degree 1986-1992 Academy of Visual Arts Cluj (R)

 

Tamás ZáDOR ( zador.org | kiegoizzok.com | zatamas@mail.datanet.hu ) PANORAMA, 6’ 44’’, 2009 

These panoramic shots were taken in Tatárszentgyörgy, a small village in the proximity of Budapest, on March 3, 2009. Csorba Robi and Robika, father and son, were ignominiously murdered here a few days before. The faces in the crowd, gathered for their funeral, show a wide range of emotions and afterthoughts that go beyond grief. The mourners are restless, shifting their weight from one leg to the other, disquietedly raking about on each other’s faces for an explanation as to why the tragedy came about. Contrary to police efforts to muzzle the spreading rumors, this double murder was the last piece of evidence showing that the series of attacks against gypsies that had been going of months were fueled by racism. The attackers, yet at large, had assaulted 16 homes in about one year, torching some of them and killing 6 in the process with a total of 63 gunshots.

 

Born in 1981, Moscow. Lives and works in Budapest. His works include photography, stop frame animation, computer animation, computer graphics, video installation, analogue film technics and webdesign. 2003-2007: Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Intermedia Program, MA; 2006: Erasmus Scholarship Chelsea College of Art and Design – New Media Department, London; 2008- 2009: Kitchen Budapest researcher.

 

Alexander SCHIKOWSKI ( redstargate.net | videbimus.de | alexschiko@web.de ) NOT A REAL HUNGARIAN, 1’ 42’’, 2008 

A not real Hungarian throws eggs at himself – reaction to social life in Hungary, to antisemitism, anticiganism, and to throwing eggs at the participants of the Gay Pride in 2008 and at several politicians as well.

 

Born in 1973 in Bamberg, Germany. Lives and works in Budapest. 1996-1997: Private Academy of Arts, Nürtingen, Germany; 1997- 2003: Academy of Art and Design, Stuttgart; 2006: research permission at Intermedia Department, University of Fine Arts, Budapest; 2005-2006: Academy of Fine Arts Nurenberg, Institute of Art and Public Space Postgraduate Studies of Urban Ethology.

 

János BORSOS ( janosborsos.blogspot.com | borsosjanos.blogspot.com | jano.borsos@gmail.com ) NATIONAL KNEEL, 59”, 2009 

The main motivation of the costume is to compensate groups living in exclusion because of their race, ethnic or moral belonging. I wear this dress during two kinds of actions: during openings I distribute homemade bread and kneel down before the guests. The short film is the interpretation of this latter. To kneel before the Hungarian national symbols is an act of antinationalism, which I do in the spirit and for the good of Christian brotherhood, concerning all nations and superior to any national identity. The location of the action is the Kossuth square in Budapest, where the Parliament stands in the background.

MMOT, 2’ 22”, 2009 Hungarian Artist Identity Training. Gymnastics in a pit in the form of Hungary to the music of the Funeral March of Shubert. I dug this hole with my father on my 30th birthday, in muddy ground with sweating work. The film was made as a ceremonial pledge; I repeated all exercises thirty times. I decided not to let myself become alienated from art because of all the negative impacts in my country, but consciously I train myself and choose to strengthen myself from these kinds of experiences. I consider my country as my educator, the people as my coach and God as my training officer. Born in 1979 in Székesfehérvár. Gained education at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest (graphic design, 1998-2003) and graduated from high school with the faculty of graphics.

 

Roland FARKAS (rolandfarkas.blogspot.com| farkasroland@hotmail.com ) CHANGE, 19’ 12”, 2010 The project is modeling the economic fact that the greater the circulation of cash, the lesser its value is. I am exchanging 10.000 Forints, worth about 40 Euros, into different European currencies until it loses three quarters of its value. What remains is the common EU banknote of 10 Euros. I intend to further break down my 10-Euro note into some kind of African currency, legally or if not possible, illegally, to relocate my project to the economically hard-bitten continent. Then I continued this series of monetary exchanges in Argentina, where I turned my African banknotes into different South American currencies. Surprisingly, in the chaos of ceaseless exchanges to different currencies, the hard value of my cash will suddenly rise instead of dropping - and the project will be drawing near to its endgame.

 

Born in 1975 in Komárno, Slovakia. 1993-1999: University of Constantine the Philosopher, MA in Fine Arts, Nitra, Slovakia; 1999-2003: Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, DLA, Intermedia Department. From 2001 member of the Studio of Young Artists Association in Budapest.

 

Csaba VáNDOR ( vandorcsaba.blogspot.com | kimbiri@gmail.com )

BABY, 17”, 2005 WE CAN FLY, 1’, 2001 HAIR, 1’ 26”

PAIK, 1’ 50”, 2007 

CATERPILLARFACE, 23”, 2005 – with Miklós MÉCS Short experimental films.

TOMATO, 3’ 40’’, 2004 – with Miklós MÉCS and Borbála SÁRAI

We planted tomato plants onto abandoned tombs in the main cemetery of Farkasrét, in Budapest.

 

Born in 1972 in Budapest. 1993-1996: Hungarian University of Technology, civil engineer department; 2001-2006: Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Intermedia Department. In 2003 Brazil, as tourist for rent. From 2004 member of the Studio of Young Artists Association in Budapest. Miklós MÉCS ( mecsmiklos.blogspot.com | bohumilvaldens@gmail.com )

 

ALTKLEIDER GRAZ, 2’ 23”, 2009 A young man takes off all his clothes and puts them into a charity garment storage tank. REFUTING THE CRITICISM OF THE CRITIQUE, 1’ 26’’, 2003 A young man in black jacket, pink David’s star on the shoulder, hitting the head of a homeless with a baguette. ACHILLES AND THE TORTOISE, 5” Animation film on half bank notes about the poor Achilles and the rich Tortoise.

 

2002: skilled worker certificate as a cook; 2004: board member of the Studio of Young Artists Association; 2005: diploma at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Intermedia Department, 2006: diploma at the Training College for Kindergarten Teachers, Kecskemét. Krisztián KRISTÓF ( randomroutine@gmail.com | randomroutine.blogspot.com ) FOUNTAIN, 1’ Epilogue in the nature. Born in 1976 in Budapest. 1990-1997: Moholy- Nagy Stúdió; 1997-2003: Hungarian University of Fine Arts, painting dpt.;2000- Member of Studio for Young Artists Association; 2003- Founding member of the randomroutines artgroup, 2008: Scholarship, researcher at Kitchen Budapest Media Lab.

 

Selection of Német Szilvia curator:

 

Komoróczky Tamás // Meme // 10′06″ // Hungary

Erik Mátrai // Breath // 2′05″ // Hungary

János Brückner // Hymn 2.0 // 1′32″ // Hungary

Gábor Pribék // Balance // 2′12″ // Hungary

Pál Talpas // Scenic railway // 2′40″ // Hungary

Csaba Nemes // George settlement // Hungary

Allan Siegel // Where are the poets? // 7′00″ // Hungary

Endre Koronczi // Free will // 5′48″ // Hungary

Judit Kis // Distance // 2′40″ // Hungary

Dóra Karácsony // I see // 1′00″ // Hungary

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