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YELLOW MELLOW

Nicolas Provost
”Thought I have a broken heart... I’m too busy to be heartbroken. There’s a lot of things for me to be done.. but I have a broken heart”. A lion with a broken heart wanders in a public park....

UNDO / REDO

Messieurs Delmotte
These sequences are the result of a meeting between Messieurs Delmotte and artists carrying a mental disability. Video project made during an artistic residency at CEC La Hesse (Vielsalm in Belgium). This series consists of the following parts:Fakir Neck-tieMeteor HandInnerside the BullsThe Myself Schema2 Feet for 2 BallsThe Logic JacketDance of the CigaretteFrom BeyondMe and My AmenLandscape Man...

CHANSON, LIED, SONG

Cel Crabeels
The video shows an old lady in a home for the elderly. She sings the story of her own life, in improvised, rhyming phrases. Echoes from another age, language mosaics from an animated past receive an anachronous echo through added electronic sound collages, as a collision of time, memory and sound. The music is by Ederen Tatio / Stefaan Vinckevleugel....
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POLYFONISTEN DEEL 1

Stefaan Decostere
Polyphonic music developed in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the courts and religious centres of Europe, and was a method of composition whereby the various voices were treated as wholly or partly separate from each other. In Polyfonisten, an identical line of thought is expressed in a mirror-like perspective of history as seen through the eyes of today...
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THE HUNDRED VIDEOS 93. MANIFESTATIONS/JOUISSANCE

Steve Reinke
After a sharp blow to the head, one sometimes gains extraordinary powers. I’ve lately been struck by the gift of superior critical abilities in analyzing Hollywood films....

THE MEASURE OF DISORDER

Teresa Cos
The Measure of Disorder follows the trail of the Austrian scientist Ludwig Boltzmann, who is know for his ground-breaking findings about the phenomenon of entropy, but also for his tragic suicide in the village of Duino, not far from the Adriatic town of Trieste...

THE GIRL WHO NEVER WAS

Erik Bünger
The Girl Who Never Was is the third and final part in a trilogy began with A Lecture on Schizophonia and continued in The Third Man. In 2008 an American researcher rediscovers the lost traces of the first recorded voice ever: the 148-old voice of a little girl singing the French lullaby ‘Au Clair de la Lune’...
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CANAL

Messieurs Delmotte
Messieurs Delmotte teaches us a lesson of balance while he tries really hard not to fall in the canal. This work is part of the series Flying Chickens...
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THE HUNDRED VIDEOS 18. LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS

Steve Reinke
Flowers express an obscure vegetal resolution....

RADOUB

Claude Cattelain
Trying to collect the wrecks, carried away by the water....