Vis.Din.Film søndag d. 24 februar 2008


You Make Me Feel So Good2007 (4"12)
Director: Juan Pablo Echeverri Muñoz, Colombia.

You make me feel so good, is a video-clip to a "reggaeton" song that the artist completed at Braziers International Artist Workshop in England last year. 
Since the location of this Workshop was around a castle, Echeverri decided to create a fairytale like scenery, dressed like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, and singing along to this (very fast), and cheesy song.  The video was intended to be some sort of dream or fantasy that he had ever since he started to plan the video before he even got there, so it starts with him dressed like a man, spinning like wonder woman changing into the Disney Princesses.

Juan Pablo Echeverri Muñoz
was born on 22 November 1978 in Colombia. He studied Visual Art between 1997 and 2002 at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá. Now a photographer and film maker, Juan concentrates on self portraits. His work explores themes of identity, image and gender in the public and private realms, and the way in which individual identity develops over time. Juan"s native language is Spanish and he is fluent in English.

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CODE 2007 (5' 20")
Director: Isidora Ilic, Serbia.
Video art Code is homage to Alain Resnais' film: Last Year in Marienbad. It questions relation between language and empty spaces. The place witnesses the identity and history but place is only a group of elements existing in certain order. Walkers transform place into space by their presence and movement. A word, like a place, is unidentifiable but in act of speech, surrounded by different elements, it becomes multiply term and language creates the meaning.

Isidora Ilic
, 1978 Novi Sad, Serbia. Studied Comparative Literature and Theory of literature at Belgrade University. Her works are based around film/video, performance and art theories. Experimenting with and into different artistics fields. Performer and author of interdisciplinary projects. Since 2003 she is creatibly associated with Bosko Prostran with whom she established DOPLGENGER artistic group in 2006.
For further information about the artist please visit:Doplgenger
SBARA - 2007 (8´ 30")
Director: Larissa Sansour. Danmark/Palestina.

Heavily referencing the 1980 cult classic The Shining by Stanley Kubrick, the video piece SBARA explores the castigation of Arabs in contemporary Western dialogue. By adding an audio montage combining historical and current quotes on the Middle East to footage paraphrasing scenes from the original film, SBARA seeks to expose the cyclical nature of Middle Eastern rhetoric and policies and emphasize the psychological terror inflicted upon those at the receiving end of this repetitively stagnant political discourse.
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Larissa Sansour
, Palestine/Denmark. Born 1973 in Jerusalem to a Palestinian father and a Russian mother, Larissa Sansour studied Fine Art in Copenhagen, London and New York, and graduated with a master’s degree in Fine Art from New York University in 2000.
Sansour’s work has been shown in various exhibitions and festivals throughout the world. Amongst many others the 8th International Digital Exhibit in Cuba, the Gstaad Art Film Festival in Switzerland, Coding-De-Coding at the Nikolaj Contemporary Art Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark, Cinematexas 11 in the USA, Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt in Berlin, and the UK touring exhibition PARANOIA. She currently lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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"Not Yet" 2007
Annie Whiles (England)

'I went to Braziers with my dog Bob, who has just
celebrated his 119th Birthday in human years.
I wanted to make an allegorical film, using an emblematic structure of people, like a Greek motif depicting notions of essential elements.
I worked with six men, considering them guardians of
the day, night and afterlife, symmetrically placed in
a drawing made of hay. I asked them to perform a
ritual that dissembled the drawing, which left Bob to
make his decisions.'
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Document of an escape 2007 (3`)
Veronica Flores (Mexico).

The uncomfortable compulsion to get and do something
She walked back and for from braziers park to Oxford.
The question started with an uncomfortable feeling or compulsion to get and do something… the answer…

…Valéne sometimes had the feeling that time had been
stopped, suspended, frozen around, he didn’t know what
George Perec,
Life: A user’s manual

Veronica Flores
. Born 1974 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Flores studied Architecture in her city and did a degree in sociology and development in London at the Roehampton University. Flores’ background in architecture and sociology very much informs her newly found interest in art. She started her art practice at the end of 2005. She was an assistant and an International artist in residence at Braziers workshop 2007 in Oxfordshire, England. She had her first collective exhibition this month at the Museo Raul Anguiano in Guadalajara, where she currently lives and works.

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