Time and space define the parameters of our perception; we also define ourselves in time and space. This programme’s films explore who we are, and where we (perhaps) come from. In Time and Place, Martijn Veldhoen traces his father ? the famous Dutch painter Aat Veldhoen ? and his mother’s relationship with the father and their children in a documentary digital collage. This is achieved using historic and digitally generated images of their home, although the mother is never visible. Space and narration also form the starting point of Exhibition Talks, in which the classic/modern exhibition building of a former brewery in Innsbruck and its possibilities are described in words, whilst the editing of the images prevents any spatial perception. In Andrew Kötting’s ode to artistic creation, he watches his daughter Eden painting and realises: This Illuminated World Is Full of Stupid Men. In Voice-Over, Roy Villevoye reflects upon his own position between making art and the art world, whilst at the visual level documenting the creation of a statue to commemorate his deceased friend Omomá from Papua New Guinea.
Filmprogramm/Int. Auswahl / Do, 23. April 2015 | 19:45 / Lagerhalle
Through Time and Space
Time and Place, a Talk with My Mom > Martijn Veldhoen / NL / 35:45 / GP
Exhibition Talks > Sasha Pirker & Lotte Schreiber / AT / 9:00 / GP
This Illuminated World Is Full Of Stupid Men > Andrew Kötting / UK / 9:30 / GP
Voice-Over > Roy Villevoye / NL / 21:00 / GP