Video multiples

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Control 2

2012. 3 channel, sync playing hires video. 3 LCD screens 18 x 14 cm, mounted on an 83 x 36 cm MDF plate. Duration: 10 minutes, loop. Made in an edition of 3.   video A man, who is filmed from under the water, is swimming back and forth. His perfect swimming technique and the […]

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Video multiples

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Unwanted Serenity 2

2012.  4 channel hires video, sync playing video muliple. 4 LCD screens 18 x 14 cm, mounted on the wall. Duration: 10 minutes, loop. Made in an edition of 3.   The work deals with the juxtaposed notions of natural serenity on one hand, against our human rationality on the other. On the 4 screens, […]

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Films / Video installations

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Public Spaces – 3 channel installation version

2012. 3 channel SD-video. Sync-starting video installation. 10 minutes, looping.   video   This installation is an adaptation of the film/installation Public Spaces (2006) Once ‘public space’ was a clear concept. It was a kind democratic medium that could be accessed by everyone, safely and freely available for traffic between people. Now things have changed; […]

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Commissions

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Illusion of control

2012 00:00 mintutes, loop, videoinstallation. video For the entrance/exit of a big parking, in a part of the former canal from Delfzijl to Groningen, a plan is realised that reenacts the water of the canal in an immaterial way. The parkings entrance/exit is situated near the old centre of the city of Groningen. The artwork […]

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In production: documentary Time and Place

2013. 35:00 minutes, documentary. The production started March 2013, and will be finished round March 2014. Making of: Recordings of first light Making of: Timelapse device The documentary tells the story of the period the family Veldhoen-Ruting lived in an 18th century house at the Bloemgracht in Amsterdam. During the 52 years (1958 – 2010) […]

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Films / Video installations

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Bridge

2010. loop, HD video, aspect ratio 16:9   BRIDGE at exhibition   BRIDGE Energetically and full of determination, a man walks over a bridge, among the busy traffic. The warm backlight and the sultry silhouettes of pedestrians, cars and buses suggest that this scene might be recorded in a southern country. However, the bits and […]

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Films / Video installations

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RE-constructions

2009. 6:00 minutes, SD video, aspect ratio 16:9 short film Trailer RE-constructions   RE-constructions ‘RE-constructions’ is a short and compact film about a young couple who are breaking up, and about what happens next. She leaves; he is left waiting. The voice-over, narrated by a man who presumably is already dead, reconstructs how it happened; […]

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Films / Video installations

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Public Spaces

2006. 10:00 minutes, 35mm film and HDcam, aspect ratio 16:9   Trailer Public Spaces   Public Spaces Once ‘public space’ was a clear concept. It was a kind democratic medium that could be accessed by everyone, safely and freely available for traffic between people. Now things have changed; thanks to mobile communication systems, we carry […]

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Films / Video installations

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(Why do I keep going) Forward

2004. 06:00 minutes, HD video, aspect ratio 8:3   trailer (Why do I keep going) Forward   (Why do I keep going) Forward Winner of the Grand Prix at the Split Film Festival. The single channel version was shown on film and video festivals in Amsterdam, Utrecht, Paris, Milan, Rome, Potenza, Bourges, Barcelona, Seoul and […]

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Films / Video installations

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Momentum

2003. 05:30 minutes, SD video, aspect ratio: 16:9 Videoinstallation / single channel video tape   Trailer Momentum   Momentum To go is a verb that refers to a movement, without being specific about its nature. Walking, driving or floating, for example, are much clearer in this respect; they describe the movement as something that is […]

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