- אירוע כבר עבר.
10.12.2016 יום זכויות האדם הבינלאומי | פרויקט וידיאו ארט בינלאומי |
דצמבר 10, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pmחופשי
לכבוד היום בבינלאומי לזכויות אדם – global videos
יוזמה של גלריה סטיצינג ואיט קיוב בהולנד ובשיתוף ״אנו באנו״, נקרין אסופה
של סרטים מכל העולם העוסקים בנושאים קשורים לזכויות אדם.
התוכנית מוקרנת באותו זמן במקומות שונים בעולם
On 10 December 1948 the UN-Council adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each year this day is marked as the International Day of Human Rights. The Dutch organisation `Global Village Artists Network` (stichting White Cube) has created for this day a truly world wide project. Not only video-artists from each corner of the world, but also shown simultaniously at different venues around the globe.
Global Village Artists Network (stichting White Cube) is best known for its biennial art-project Global Village. Global Village is organized every two years since 2010. ‘Meeting’ is the central theme: artists from all over the world meet each other and the public. Every 2 years a new selection of about 65 emerging artists is made. Since 2010 we organized Global Village exhibitions in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Denmark, Azerbaijan and Macedonia. Next to this project Stichting White Cube organizes other exhibitions and projects within the EU. Stimulating cultural exchange between artists and public is the key factor in our productions.
Global Videos is a daughter-project of Global Village. With the Global Village-project we were faced with various logistical problems, such as costs of transport, visa, customs, etc. Due to those many artists weren’t able to be present at one of our exhibition, especially artists from Africa, Middle-East, Latin-America and Asia found it difficult to get visa or to transport their art. With Global Videos we found an easy way which enable us to receive art-videos from each part of the world by internet; no visa-, transport- or customs problems. And at the same time internet provide us a way to send the videos gathered by us back into the world to reach audiences outside our regulair exhibition-circuit.
2016 is the first year we organize Global Videos. Our aim is to build up audiences in the coming 2 years. So that in 2018 when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights celebrates its 70th birthday we can organize Global Videos at 70 locations around the world (on all continents) with 70 art-videos from artists also from each corner of this earth. Thanks to our partners Global Videos can now been seen at already 5 continents. Screenings are organized at these 16 locations:
Filmhuis Alkmaar in Alkmaar, the Netherlands,
Kulturhuset Kilden in Brøndby, Denmark,
Burnaby Arts Council/Deer Lake Gallery in Burnaby BC, Canada,
Helsinki Cosmopolitan Association in Helsinki, Finland,
The Little One Atelier in Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR,
Sinema Kolikan in Jakarta, Indonesia,
Mamuta Art and Research Center in Jerusalem, Israel,
Studio Seven in Karachi, Pakistan,
Spółdzielnia Ogniwo in Krakow, Poland,
Gallery Mcube in Lalitpur, Nepal,
The Serpentine Gallery in Lismore NSW, Australia,
Comuna de Han-Ian in Macau, Macau SAR,
Noname hub in Milan, Italy,
Beechwood House in Moffat, Scotland,
Paratissima/Y.C. in Skopje, FYR Macedonia,
Galleria Rajatila in Tampere, Finland,
Studio Sonia Gil in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and
Podium de Flux in Zaandam, the Netherlands
28/ Tissa Oukolo (We Are One) 1:38
The video aims to promote love and peace among people. Regardless of race, ethnic background and religion, we must respect each other and live together in peace.
18/ Focus 3:06
The work demonstrates the interaction between the artist and the equipment, in this film Max duels with the camera, challenging the engineering latency of the manufactured sensor. Looking at the fascination with a basic movement and how its mediated and monitored by technology.
9/ Human Fights 1:40
My video shows human aggressively, which often plays a part by violation of human rights and helplessness by parties affected. The viewer sense directly the meaning of violence and aggression.
3/ La Marelle (Hopscotch) 1:27
Irene de Lucas & Julien Brumauld
Spanish & French
A game which requires the freedom to choose both where to go and when to stop and, should we want it, to always be able to return. The freedom of movement inherent to a children’s game symbolizes the fundamental Human Right to mobility defended by Article 13 of the HR-declaration.
24/ The Omonoia project 0:51
The structures of society and human relations are investigated; the interaction of people through the emotional fluctuations, the error of true and the kinesthetic fact.
11/ Stay Or Fly Away? 0:49
One of the most neglected aspects about refugees is that they are in a situation of emergency in which they have to take a decision immediately, and whatever they decide, there is no turning back.
23/ Tissit (Tits) 2:34
What includes to the human rights? What is alloud? What can you show? What has to be covered? The video comments perfectly to the discussion about the burkinis, started earlier in this fall: a number of French municipalities banned the use of burkini.
17/ Jokainen Nainen (Every Woman) 2:30
Mia Rantavaara & Sanni Hujanen
This video is based on a Finnish book written in the 1950’s. At its time it was a quidebook for women advising how they should behave in different kind of situations. The beautiful, independent Finnish women in this video show how much has changed in the last sixty years.
13/ Angels And Demons 2:09
Małgorzata Białek, Katarzyna Kosajda & Kamila Buturla
On 3rd of October 2016, thousands of women in Poland went out on the streets to fight for their fundametal rights and show their opposition to the legislative initiative by The Stop Abortion civic committee, who proposed stricter abortion law in Poland.
15/ Inner Transition 0:59
22/ PEACE HAPPY CANDY 1:00
Evelien de Jong
MAKE PEACE, NOT WAR. Love from HAPPY CANDY.
26/ Goran 10:40
Joy and frustration as constructed by Goran Gostojić of Novi Sad, Serbia.
21/ Salt Mine 1:50
Nature resonates, resolving forms and echoing solutions similarly at small and large scales. Throughout history man has used these links to contemplate his place in the world. It can even be said that theories of the microcosm and macrocosm emerge from the primitive human instinct of empathy.
12/ Distance 7:10
Distance and absence. Surrendering. Fighting not to say goodbye. Having to do it anyway. Look for a new horizon as resistance to the present time. Distance begins with a necessary, forced abandonment, that of their own land, their own loved world.
20/ Silence 3 1:13
The video is about physical disabilities; while studying in San Francisco the undulating environment made the artist consider the difficulties faced by disabled people.
2/ Remains 2:18
Located far away from the center, static and calm, almost unaware.
Re-sampled and unidentified faces re-create a personal encounter with what still remains.
5/ Land 3:15
The artist thinks critically about land ownership. Now many refugees and immigrants want to come to Europe. They want to improve their lives in another country. Rich people have full freedom of movement.
7/ Suomi F. Eurooppalinen (Finland European) 10:10
Finland European, is polemic, provocative and full of pathos that almost turns it into a parody. It reveals the story of the Sami people, who were forced into becoming Finnish and about a Finland that has willingly turned into an European.
14/ You Cannot Climb Mudan Mountain 2:37
The video is the result of a research trip to Beijing, China, where “conversion” therapy is offered to queer individuals. One of their methods is to snap a rubber band worn on the wrist when an individual has a homosexual thought.
16/ Doing & Undoing. Motherhood 4:40
Cristiana de Marchi
This video explores the dichotomy of exclusion/inclusion, sacrifice/salvation, through a juxtaposition of presences: the victim and the executioner, the witness and the mother, to symbolize all possible emotional attachments to all the involved roles.
25/ A Love Song To Socotra Island 2:51
This video is part of a larger project entitled ‘Yemeni Women with Fighting Spirits’. The core project goes in search of women who are pioneering, inspiring and who made their own way in life.
Importantly this project is not about feeling sorry for the women, but to admire and honor them.
8/ State Of Liberty 1:22
Mervič’s main subject of interest lies in the society and its forms of expression when considering an individual. This relationship forms most of our thoughts and designs our lives.
6/ You Gotta Fight For Your Rights 2:30
Johannes C. Gérard
This work don´t focus on a pure political statement neither it is a documentary or social critcal work in the context of human rights issuses. The subject is built around a naked woman. The nakedness of the woman stands as a metaphore for vulnerability, unprotectedness of the human been.
27/ Class 1:49
This film shows schoolclasses in the mountains around Talesh.
4/ When I Grow Up 8:19
Against a collage of 2010 news media reports and animated digital images that paint a very grim picture of the world today, a group of Australian and South African primary school children optimistically say how the world will be when they grow up.
10/ Unohdettu (Forgotten) 2:17
Human Dignity is the basis of Human Rights. This artwork wants to remind us that everyone has the right to be respected and treated as a person even if they are lacking the capability to being a productive member of society.
19/ 19 Mujeres (19 Women) 2:50
The video deals about 19 women in Mossul who choose to be burnt alive instead of being used as sex slaves. Death was their way to be free.
1/ Human Rights 1:31
To shake hands ain’t so easy.