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1. The Tosso Variations 1

  • Published: 2013-01-01T13:23:29+00:00
  • Duration: 253
  • By Gabriel Shalom
The Tosso Variations 1

The Tosso Variations Movement 1 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso1 Movement 2 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso2 Movement 3 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso3 Movement 4 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso4 Movement 5 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso5 The Tosso Variations is a videomusical suite in five movements based on recordings of several free improvisations by Shingo Inao. Shingo plays his Tosso, a six-stringed sensor instrument of his own design. Each improvisation is performed with Shingo dressed in a different outfit. This series of pullovers are from The Story of Oswald 1848 – a collection created by fashion designer Nicole Roscher for her label Von Bardonitz. The Tosso Variations was first exhibited in January 2012 as a five-channel video installation at the MU artspace in Eindhoven, Netherlands, curated by Angelique Spaninks. Supported by MU, Eindhoven. For artist's statement and more information about this work: http://www.gabrielshalom.com/portfolio/the-tosso-variations/


2. Close Encounters

Close Encounters

Close Encounters is an autonomous animation made at KASK in Gent during my Erasmus exchange. It's an analogue drawing/painting animation that's giving a stage to vagina's with a voice. Screenings at Girona Film Festival Kisakes Istanbul Exhibition 'For Play' MU Artspace (DDW 2016) FreeNetWorld Serbia Equality Festival Ukraine Bogotá Music Video Festival Colombia


3. The Tosso Variations 4

  • Published: 2013-01-01T11:47:49+00:00
  • Duration: 299
  • By Gabriel Shalom
The Tosso Variations 4

The Tosso Variations Movement 1 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso1 Movement 2 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso2 Movement 3 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso3 Movement 4 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso4 Movement 5 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso5 The Tosso Variations is a videomusical suite in five movements based on recordings of several free improvisations by Shingo Inao. Shingo plays his Tosso, a six-stringed sensor instrument of his own design. Each improvisation is performed with Shingo dressed in a different outfit. This series of pullovers are from The Story of Oswald 1848 – a collection created by fashion designer Nicole Roscher for her label Von Bardonitz. The Tosso Variations was first exhibited in January 2012 as a five-channel video installation at the MU artspace in Eindhoven, Netherlands, curated by Angelique Spaninks. Supported by MU, Eindhoven. For artist's statement and more information about this work: http://www.gabrielshalom.com/portfolio/the-tosso-variations/


4. 2062 - Pleix

  • Published: 2013-02-01T20:58:34+00:00
  • Duration: 117
  • By Studio
2062 - Pleix

Pleix provided nine installations for the recent ‘2062’ exhibition at La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris, many of them completely new works. The pieces each explore elements of our contemporary society and collective condition in surreal and humorous and absurd ways. As always Pleix’s work takes on multiple design elements to engage the audience in beautiful and paradoxical ways. This exhibition has recently toured to the MU artspace in Eindhoven where it was seen by over 35,000 visitors.


5. The Tosso Variations 2

  • Published: 2013-01-01T12:53:21+00:00
  • Duration: 308
  • By Gabriel Shalom
The Tosso Variations 2

The Tosso Variations Movement 1 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso1 Movement 2 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso2 Movement 3 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso3 Movement 4 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso4 Movement 5 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso5 The Tosso Variations is a videomusical suite in five movements based on recordings of several free improvisations by Shingo Inao. Shingo plays his Tosso, a six-stringed sensor instrument of his own design. Each improvisation is performed with Shingo dressed in a different outfit. This series of pullovers are from The Story of Oswald 1848 – a collection created by fashion designer Nicole Roscher for her label Von Bardonitz. The Tosso Variations was first exhibited in January 2012 as a five-channel video installation at the MU artspace in Eindhoven, Netherlands, curated by Angelique Spaninks. Supported by MU, Eindhoven. For artist's statement and more information about this work: http://www.gabrielshalom.com/portfolio/the-tosso-variations/


6. The Tosso Variations 5

  • Published: 2013-01-01T11:20:31+00:00
  • Duration: 276
  • By Gabriel Shalom
The Tosso Variations 5

The Tosso Variations Movement 1 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso1 Movement 2 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso2 Movement 3 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso3 Movement 4 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso4 Movement 5 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso5 The Tosso Variations is a videomusical suite in five movements based on recordings of several free improvisations by Shingo Inao. Shingo plays his Tosso, a six-stringed sensor instrument of his own design. Each improvisation is performed with Shingo dressed in a different outfit. This series of pullovers are from The Story of Oswald 1848 – a collection created by fashion designer Nicole Roscher for her label Von Bardonitz. The Tosso Variations was first exhibited in January 2012 as a five-channel video installation at the MU artspace in Eindhoven, Netherlands, curated by Angelique Spaninks. Supported by MU, Eindhoven. For artist's statement and more information about this work: http://www.gabrielshalom.com/portfolio/the-tosso-variations/


7. "My Mind Always Drifts"

  • Published: 2018-04-24T12:34:11+00:00
  • Duration: 110
  • By Jess Oberlin

A collaborative fashion collection by Jess Oberlin and Brad Downey for the show Reverse Culture Shock at MU artspace in Eindhoven, NL. Video by GOY Music by The Pulse Projects


8. The Tosso Variations 3

  • Published: 2013-01-01T12:22:35+00:00
  • Duration: 330
  • By Gabriel Shalom
The Tosso Variations 3

The Tosso Variations Movement 1 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso1 Movement 2 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso2 Movement 3 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso3 Movement 4 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso4 Movement 5 http://vimeo.com/gabrielshalom/tosso5 The Tosso Variations is a videomusical suite in five movements based on recordings of several free improvisations by Shingo Inao. Shingo plays his Tosso, a six-stringed sensor instrument of his own design. Each improvisation is performed with Shingo dressed in a different outfit. This series of pullovers are from The Story of Oswald 1848 – a collection created by fashion designer Nicole Roscher for her label Von Bardonitz. The Tosso Variations was first exhibited in January 2012 as a five-channel video installation at the MU artspace in Eindhoven, Netherlands, curated by Angelique Spaninks. Supported by MU, Eindhoven. For artist's statement and more information about this work: http://www.gabrielshalom.com/portfolio/the-tosso-variations/


9. Small Gestures - Discreet interventions at the new MU on Strijp S

  • Published: 2013-06-07T12:38:06+00:00
  • Duration: 117
  • By MU artspace
Small Gestures - Discreet interventions at the new MU on Strijp S

Small Gestures MU wants to take up and explore her new second artspace at Strijp-S in a subtle way. Small Gestures emphasizes the beauty in the details and the impact of the architecture. 15 international artists add discreet interventions to the space. They play with the expectations of visitors. Some of the works seem like chameleons adapting to their surroundings, others draw the eye outside or even to the virtual world. With Small Gestures MU roots on Strijp-S, apparently accidentally and with humour, layered and modest, almost unnoticed but distinctly ready to become a lively cultural platform in the heart of the area. Participating artists are Ivan Argote (COL), Julien Berthier (FRA), Krystian Truth Czaplicki (POL), Cie Willi Dorner (AUT), Brad Downey (USA), Jeroen Erosie (NL), Cayetano Ferrer (USA), Carly Fischer (AUS), Lizan Freijsen (NL), Simon Kentgens (NL), Peter de Meyer (BE), Navid Nuur (NL), Les Projecteurs (NL), Helmut Smits (NL), Strijbos & van Rijswijk (NL) and Mathieu Tremblin & David Renault (FRA) and others.


10. Wat is de Creatieve Code

  • Published: 2017-12-18T13:39:32+00:00
  • Duration: 100
  • By MU artspace
Wat is de Creatieve Code

Theo legt in deze video alles uit wat een docent moet weten van De Creatieve Code: de leerlijn creatief programmeren voor primair en voortgezet onderwijs. Het maakt leerlingen en docenten bewust van de code waaruit onze digitale wereld is opgebouwd, samen met kunstenaars worden programmeertalen ontdekt en toegepast. Met kunstwerken als eindresultaat. Een Marbl.tv productie (www.marbl.tv) Met: Theo van De Creatieve Code (Theo Brandwijk) Script: MU artspace Regie, camera, montage, animatie: Maarten Berkers Sounddesign: Y’skid Licht: Max Kneefel/ Marloes Philipse Animatie assistentie: Britt van Dijk/ Florence Weidema


11. Tame is to Tame_Teaser

  • Published: 2016-11-17T21:20:36+00:00
  • Duration: 59
  • By Yen-An Chen
Tame is to Tame_Teaser

Tame is to Tame is a conceptual ‘dance’ between humans and viruses and explores an alternative human-virus relationship in depth. The virus-taming program is built upon virology research and shows people an alternative way to look at the ‘invisible and inanimate’ viruses – which we consider as enemies – and illustrates how these ‘agents’ can redefine the cultural definition of human and individualism. Project by Pei-Ying Lin In Collaboration with Miranda de Graaf Viroscience Lab, Erasmus MC Film Director: Yen-An Chen Choreographer & Dancer: Hsin Yu Chang Sound: Po-Hao Chi 3D Modeling: MinShu Huang Associate Designer: Rachel Jui Chi Chang Special Thanks to Ling-Li Chen, Paul Huber, Szu-Han Chen, Chris Cooper, William Myers, Jasper van Es, Paul Gong, Chun-Chi Lin, Kaung-Yi Ku, Spela Petric, Mike Thompson, Susana Camara Leret, MU Artspace, NWO, ZonMW, Waag Society, De Ontdekfabriek, 光點工坊, 立祥彫刻工藝社 As part of the Bio Art and Design Award


12. 'Magic Dirt' by Carly Fischer

  • Published: 2014-10-02T00:05:20+00:00
  • Duration: 330
  • By Craft
'Magic Dirt' by Carly Fischer

Magic Dirt is a sculptural and sound installation by Carly Fischer that explores the strange place the Central Australian Desert occupies in national mythology and international stereotypes of Australia. Showing from 5 September to 18 October 2014 In Gallery One, Craft 31 Flinders Lane Melbourne More familiar to many through film and tourist representations than reality, the Central Australian Desert has been crafted as a magical place of hauntingly empty landscapes, big rocks, dingoes and ancient spirits. Fischer’s Magic Dirt seeks to zoom in on these generalised perspectives and reflect on the mundane detritus that litters the desert in a contemporary context. In her installation reality and representation merge in an ambiguous environment of fabricated paper models and soundscape. Both deadpan and theatrical, trashy and highly crafted, Magic Dirt suggests the kind of hybrid fragments that might be collected from this potent but precarious place. About the artist Carly Fischer is an artist from Melbourne, currently undertaking a MFA at Monash University under Professor Callum Morton. Her paper sculptural installations explore the precariousness of place and cultural identity in an increasingly globalised contemporary reality. Since graduating with a BA Honours Sculpture from RMIT University in 2000, she has exhibited widely in Australia, Germany, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, the US, the UK and Japan. Recent exhibitions include Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, Gippsland Art Gallery and Helen Gory Galerie, Australia, KWADRAT and REH Kunst, Germany and MU Artspace, the Netherlands. Fischer is represented by This Is No Fantasy, Melbourne and has been the recipient of grants such as the Australia Council Skills & Arts Development Grant and New Work Grant and the Australian Postgraduate Award. The music on this video is “Ramble Through The Desert” by Nicky Apple. Ramble Through The Desert by Nicky Apple is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.


13. Installation in public space at Strijp-S, Eindhoven 2018

Installation in public space at Strijp-S, Eindhoven 2018

We made a site specific light artwork at the gangway of the Torenallee. Compare light with the energy of entrepreneurs, creatives and residents at Strijp-S. It is also not tangible, but it has always been clearly present. This artwork will make this creativity even more visible. In terms of form, it visualises the creative DNA of Strijp-S. _________________________ Motion Paintings makes installations that gives you a puzzling visual experience. Special software, developed by Motion Paintings, is used to maneuver color lights. Focused on a colorful and complex graphic design or object, the lights change color in such a way that it seems to make the design come to life. _________________________ Credits: Motion Paintings installation in public space Produced by: Jasper van Es, Daan Brinkmann and Robin de Kruijff Location: Strijp-S, Eindhoven Movie edit: Marcel Schavemaker Camera: Max Kneefel and Clara Gustafsson Music: AtOm_AnT - BrOtHaS aNd SiStAs Partners: CultuurFonds Strijp-S, MU Artspace, STRIJP-S Met dank aan: Sint Trudo, Bosch, VolkerWessels, Gemeente Eindhoven, Spoorzone, Woonbedrijf, Wonka Broeders en Boels motionpaintigns.nl


14. Tame is to Tame (teaser)

  • Published: 2016-11-17T21:21:58+00:00
  • Duration: 59
  • By Pei-Ying Lin
Tame is to Tame (teaser)

Tame is to Tame is a conceptual ‘dance’ between humans and viruses and explores an alternative human-virus relationship in depth. The virus-taming program is built upon virology research and shows people an alternative way to look at the ‘invisible and inanimate’ viruses – which we consider as enemies – and illustrates how these ‘agents’ can redefine the cultural definition of human and individualism. A Project By Pei-Ying Lin In Collaboration with Miranda de Graaf Viroscience Lab, Erasmus MC Film Director: Yen-An Chen Choreographer & Dancer: Hsin Yu Chang Sound: Po-Hao Chi 3D Modeling: MinShu Huang Associate Designer: Rachel Jui Chi Chang Special Thanks to Ling-Li Chen, Yi-Ling Wu, Paul Huber, Szu-Han Chen, Chris Cooper, Li-Wei Chen, FrenchFries.tw, Chia-Lin He, William Myers, Jasper van Es, Cheng Guo, Paul Gong, Chun-Chi Lin, Kaung-Yi Ku, Spela Petric, Mike Thompson, Susana Camara Leret, MU Artspace, NWO, ZonMW, Waag Society, De Ontdekfabriek, 光點工坊, 立祥彫刻工藝社 As part of the Bio Art and Design Award


15. Tame is to Tame

  • Published: 2017-03-02T20:43:11+00:00
  • Duration: 181
  • By Pei-Ying Lin
Tame is to Tame

Tame is to Tame 2016 Collaboration with Miranda de Graaf, Viroscience Lab, Erasmus MC Can we tame the viruses? Can viruses tame us? Viruses, semi-living entities that not just affect human health, but also evolve via the medium of the human body. Throughout history viruses have integrated themselves into our genome and became a part of the ‘human’. They evolve, and we evolve with them. Our immune system as well as our technology evolves and they evolve with us. This deeply intertwined relationship between humans and viruses, and the blurred line of living and non-living is one of the deepest driving forces of evolution. Meanwhile, mankind treats viruses as enemies. The language of virology and public health is the language of warfare. Individuals who carry the virus are considered the vehicle of the enemy and should be quarantined. Our sole goal is to eradicate the viruses. Smallpox and Rinderpest are the only viruses that were successfully eradicated, but not without risks. Viruses remain present in the storage of some labs and represent a potential threat because we no longer vaccinate ourselves and nobody in the world has immunity towards it. Within this project the artist and the scientist try to find out if we can treat the viruses, that are not likely to be eradicated, as if they are wild animals and build a controllable bond with them. In other words - to tame them. Domestication of wild animals not only changed the animals, but also human culture. Is it possible to befriend/observe viruses that remain dangerous from a safe distance, like the virologists have been doing for decades? Can this relationship be extended to the general public? ‘Tame is to Tame’ is a conceptual dance between viruses and human beings manifested through the fictional training program that trains human beings to be rigorous virus-tamers. These tamers will learn to build a relationship with viruses, rather than combatting them. The artist and scientist join force to become the very first two virus-tamers in the world to embark a thought experiment through this fictional program to explore an alternative human-to-virus, human-to-human relationship. This project borrows the framework of fiction to initiate a discussion between the east and the west, the ignorant and the professional, where the artist and scientist go through stages of speculative and imaginative thought experiments, each stage proposes a novel idea for exploration as a trigger to re-adjust our attitude towards viruses. Credits Dance Film Director: Yen-An Chen Choreographer & Dancer: Hsin Yu Chang Sound: Po-Hao Chi 3D Modeling: MinShu Huang Associate Designer: Rachel Jui Chi Chang Virus Doll Production: Ling-Li Chen Model: Yi-Ling Wu Lighting: Li-Wei Chen Photo Studio: FrenchFries.tw Game Design: MinShu Huang Sponsor By NWO ZonMW Viroscience Lab, Erasmus MC De Ontdekfabriek Facilitate By MU ArtSpace As a part of the BADAward 2016 winner Special Thanks Paul Huber, Chia-Lin He, William Myers, Jasper van Es, Cheng Guo, Paul Gong, Chun-Chi Lin, Kaung-Yi Ku, Spela Petric, Mike Thompson, Susana Camara Leret, Waag Society, 光點工坊, 立祥彫刻工藝社


16. Tame is to Tame

  • Published: 2016-12-06T09:05:46+00:00
  • Duration: 161
  • By Yen-An Chen
Tame is to Tame

Tame is to Tame is a conceptual ‘dance’ between humans and viruses and explores an alternative human-virus relationship in depth. The virus-taming program is built upon virology research and shows people an alternative way to look at the ‘invisible and inanimate’ viruses – which we consider as enemies – and illustrates how these ‘agents’ can redefine the cultural definition of human and individualism. Project by Pei-Ying Lin In Collaboration with Miranda de Graaf Viroscience Lab, Erasmus MC Film Director: Yen-An Chen Choreographer & Dancer: Hsin Yu Chang Sound: Po-Hao Chi 3D Modeling: MinShu Huang Associate Designer: Rachel Jui Chi Chang Special Thanks to Ling-Li Chen, Paul Huber, Szu-Han Chen, Chris Cooper, William Myers, Jasper van Es, Paul Gong, Chun-Chi Lin, Kaung-Yi Ku, Spela Petric, Mike Thompson, Susana Camara Leret, MU Artspace, NWO, ZonMW, Waag Society, De Ontdekfabriek, 光點工坊, 立祥彫刻工藝社 As part of the Bio Art and Design Award