Tag: performance

Post Konflikt ?

(only in german available)

Symposium zur Rolle der Künstler, Theatermacher, Musiker, Filmemacher im Kolumbianischen Konflikt.

an der Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln

„Über die Notwendigkeiten und Möglichkeiten künstlerischer Interventionen“

WDR Beitrag

Videodokumentation

Austellung in der Gallerie der KHM, Glasmoog: Archipielago

Die KHM veranstaltet in Zusammenarbeit mit der UNAL, Partneruniversität in Bogota, Kolumbien, ein Symposium zur Rolle der Künstler und Filmemacher, mit Fragen nach deren gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung und den Möglichkeiten von Interventionen in einem komplexen gesellschaftlichen Drama vor dem Hintergrund imperialistischer Geschichte, Globalisierung, Narration und aktueller nationaler und internationaler Politik.

Wie steht es um den bewaffneten Konflikt in Kolumbien?

Kann der heutige Umgang miteinander der am jahrzehntelangen Konflikt Beteiligten als Blaupause für zahlreiche andere große bewaffnete Konflikte weltweit herhalten?

Das Symposium POST-KONFLIKT soll Vorträge, Screenings, Performances und Installationen zusammenbringen, um einen Raum zur Diskussion zu schaffen.

Mit Gästen aus der Kunstfakultät der Universidad Nacional de Colombia / Bogotá und weiteren Referent*Innen wird somit die Komplexität dieser spannenden und schwierigen Zeit vor und nach den ersten erfolgreichen Friedensverhandlungen durchleuchtet.

6-7. Februar 2018
6.2.
Screening
7.2.
10.00 – 19.00 Symposium
19:30 – 23.00 Ausstellungseröffnung  in Glasmoog / Archipel

 

Konzeption / Organisation

Luis Negrón van Grieken

Prof. Frank Döhmann

Yasmin Angel

Presse und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit

Dr. Juliane Kuhn

KHM

the last seminar at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne

Film without Film

after being part of the academic staff of Academy of Media Arts Cologne for several semesters  I was lucky to work together on the last seminar at the Academy with my colleagues Daniel Burkhardt and Christian Faubel. The paradox title of Film Without Film was a strategy to explore the idea of what happens after reducing Film to it’s essences – avoiding the black box approaches form cameras, recording devices, computers and player machines – The Seminar Film Ohne Film (without) aimed to reflect on which strategies we could use to explore the human perception, the act of observation itself, but also performative aspects of sound in film was founded in quite very different but rich projects – developed to be shown after one semester discussion, conferences and production.

Artists>

Agustina Andreoletti, Manuel Boden, Friedrich Boell, Beatriz Malgenia Cortes, Paul Leo, Florian Liesenfeld, Dawid Liftinger , Andreas Niegl , Marko Salapura, Camilo Sandoval, Hye Young Sin, Nikolai Szymanski, Seongmin Yuk, Karen Zimmermann

u_carou

Performance-Lecture: Expanded Powerpoint

at Filmwinter Festival 2018
with Daniel Burkhardt and Christian Faubel and Luis Negron van Grieken //

Sa, 10 .02.20 18, 17 Uhr, Kunstbezirk at the 31. Stuttgarter Filmwinter

Excerpt

By these means I see Film without Film actually also in this universe of singularities and anomalies. We generate a mask to cover, that later become the face. To create our own vocabulary is to create our reality. Hacking the language. Doing films without film is dealing with this search of singularities…

Film _without _ Film is a quest.

**Film without Film is thinking, but with smile in your face**

**Film ohne Film ist Denken, aber mit einem Lächeln im Gesicht.**

Text by Luis N.

Live-Video-Performances in Tokyo, Seoul and Kuala-Lumpur

UNSTUMM
Conversation of Moving Image and Sound
unstumm.com

Photo Credits to MasafumiTsuji

UnStumm is a project for improvised film and music (Echtzeitfilm) for cross-disciplinary and crosscultural collaboration between filmmakers, video artists and musicians from Germany and other countries. The project is organized and curated by video artist Claudia Schmitz and guitarist/soundartist Nicola L. Hein.

It aims to create an environment of cultural and creative exchange, where a common complex artistic language is invented and used to communicate narratives, textures, colliding, combining, attracting worlds of sight and sound. The group of eight artists will work together in two different groups for three days to create an audiovisual performance that explores multidisciplinary improvisation as well as structure and narrative. The resulting artworks reflect on the themes of interculturality, cultural identity, cross cultural communication, the history of artistic thought (in different cultures) and many other philosophical topoi. The concert encompasses two Echtzeit-movies, which are improvised by a group alongside a conceptual composition that has been worked out during the rehearsals. Every group presents a piece that is in between 40-50 minutes long.

 

Axel Dörner
Luis Negrón van Grieken
Claudia Schmitz
Nicola L. Hein
Toshimaru Nakamura
Tetsuzi Akiyama
Akiko Nakayama
Harata Atsushi

Tokyo : De-Luxe

Seoul: Insa Gallerie

Kuala Lumpur – [toccata Studio] – [Goethe Institute Malaysia ]

 

 

 

Kindly supported by

Special Thanks go to: Masafumi Tsuji, Takafumi Tsuji​

Live-Video-Performances in Chile

concert düsseldorf festival altstadtherbst

Luis Negrón van Grieken

touring on following dates in Chile:

17th November 2017, Ciclo TURREL / Proyecto TárabusT, Din399, Region del Valparaiso.
Tu. 21th November 2017, Sala SCD, Plaza Egaña, Santiago
Th. 23th – Sa. 25. November 2017, Festival Relincha, Valdivia
Su. 26th November 2017, Molino Manchmar, Puerto Varas

Pablo Giw (trompete) – D
Sven Hahne (laptop video) – D/CL
Marcelo Maira Moya (saxofon, flöten) – CL
Matthias Muche (computer, posaune) – D
Nicolas Spencer (soundart) – CL
Benjamin Vergara (trompete) – CL
Georg Wissel (saxofon) – D

activated by Zeitkunst e.V. (Sven Hahne und Matthias Muche)

Proyecto Tarabust

Festival Relincha

 

ocultar – disfrazar – disimular

Video – Performance

2012

“One hides what you do not want it to be seen, one conceals the obvious, one disguises himself what he wants to be perceived as something other that what it is. To hide by silence, conceals actions, disguised by words. It is revealed by behaviour, or in the speech. Arguably dissimulation is a lie in action…”

In a 45 minute performance the whole space of mapa teatro is converted into a encyclopedical flow of references without any logic of order and accumulation and interference becomes the protagonist of a journey through TELEFANTE’s archive from the last years.
October the 4th, 2012, Mapa Teatro, Bogotá Colombia.
Sound: Andres Jurado

{ñ} an oracle-based composition for a(n) (empty) page

Video

VIDEO PERFORMANCE/ TELEFANTE

2009

{ñ} is a video concert divided in three parts each one subdivided in different sections which propose to rewrite (in a poetic and metaphorical way) „Diderot & D‘Alambert‘s Encyclopedia“ written in the XVII century and which is one of the most important works of French enlightenment.
{ñ} is located at the intersection of two couples of concepts. The first one related to an intimate approach: photography as selection and also as experimental activity (the laboratory). The second more public related to theater and phantasmagoria.
{ñ} wants to works mainly with the more than 2000 plates that accompany the Encyclopedia. We believe that the plates/illustrations are not mere supplement to the written explanations, but an important and outstanding part of the whole project of the Encyclopedia.

Hoffmann

Video

2010

Hoffmann is a multimedia dance theater based on german poet Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann.

The life of E.T.A. Hoffmann opens up in the constant flow of changes in life (poet, lawyer, musician), conceived as a series of tools against death.
Motion capture system, 42 channel sound system, 6 video proyectors.
Premiere: January 22th, 2010. Animax multimedia Theater Bonn
Concept, Video, Animation: Luis Negron van Grieken, Choreography: Vera Sander. Music: Phillip Zoubek, Sound Design: Sven Hahne. Programming: Thomas Kulessa. Media Space / Technician: Bernd Blessmann

Motion capture system, 42-channel sound-dome, 6-channel video-installation.

heines sklavenschiff

„Das Sklavenschiff“ by Heinrich Heine is a text that undulates magnificently between grim humor, satire and a merciless social critique and criticism of capitalism. It nevertheless contains extremely soft, lyrical imagery and numerous burlesque scenes. The epic poem form provides a structure of its own, which is interwoven and held in check by the “mollsche” music.
Parts of the music are composed (by Moll, Schubert, Schumann, Skempton, but improvisation repeatedly opens windows into the unforeseeable. The structure provided by das mollsche gesetz serves to keep the overarching dramaturgy intact.

The video artist’s work can be witnessed in its development live on stage and occupies itself with rediscovering myth and aspects of magic in creating images from light and shadow. The technology used for this is a prototype of a Laterna Magica, which not only incorporates analog (foils, drawings…), but also digital imagery. This method gives the video work a handmade touch and an aura-like effect often missing in modern digital productions.

[DEUTSCH]

Heines Sklavenschiff pendelt zwischen bitterboesem Humor, Satire und gnadenloser Sozialkritik und ist doch mitunter von lyrischer Zartheit. Rezitiert von Matthias Scheuring, wird das epische Gedicht verzahnt mit der Musik des Trios das mollsche gesetz, 2004 von Udo Moll als improvisatorisches Forschungsprojekt gegruendet, hat sich zur Regel gemacht, dass kein Stueck laenger dauert als 60 Sekunden / und dass jeweils eine Pause in gleicher Laenge folgt. [—] Parallel dazu schaffen Videokünstler Bildnisse aus Licht und Schatten. So entstehen drei Ausdrucksebenen aus Sprache, Ton und Bild / jede fuer sich autonom, aber gemeinsam sinnfaellig.