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Video Project


Curated by Pieter Jan Valgaeren
Consultensy for the exhibition design by Richard Venlet
With the kind support of Affordable Furniture Collection

On view at Art Brussels, Hôtel de la Poste – Tour & Taxis

SCREEN IT is the title of a new medium festival, taking place in Hasselt (BE) from 5 October 2019 to 5 January 2020 and which investigates the impact of our omnipresent screen culture on the arts.

The screening presented at the Hôtel de la Poste, at Tour & Taxis, Art Brussels’ main venue, includes works about screen culture by artists represented by participating galleries and partnering institutions in Brussels, that question the medium in the light of former or current societal or artistic debates on the position of screens and media in society. The videos will also potentially be included in the video festival.


Selected videos 2019

  • Daniel Arsham, Future Relic 03, 2015, 15:39, courtesy of Galerie Ron Mandos (Amsterdam, Rotterdam)
  • Tuncay Berkay, Untitled (Louvre), 2015, 14’06’’, courtesy of Sanatorium (Istanbul)
  • Constant Dullaart, Human Saver (MAK), 4.14 min, 2011, courtesy of Upstream Gallery (Amsterdam)
  • Mounir Fatmi, Across the Moon, 2016-2017, 11’33’’, courtesy of Ceysson & Bénétière (Luxembourg, Paris, Saint-Etienne, New York, Genève)
  • Agnès Guillaume, My Fears, 2015, 4’22’’, My Thoughts, 2016-2017, 5’20’, courtesy of the artist (Brussels)
  • James Alec Hardy, 18042600101, 2018, 11”00’, courtesy of Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London)
  • Julius Hofmann, IKONEN, 2018, 11’10’’, courtesy Kleindienst Leipzig (Leipzig)
  • Bae Yoon Hwan, Road to Studio B, 2018, 11’40’’, courtesy of Gallery Baton (Seoul)
  • Birgit Johnsen & Hanne Nielsen, Camp Kitchen, 2014, 14’00”, courtesy of Charlotte Fogh Gallery (Aarhus)
  • Ariane Loze, Utopia, 10'27’’, 2018, courtesy of the artist and Michel Rein, (Paris, Brussels)
  • Jonas Lund, The Game, 17’59’’, 2017, courtesy of the artist and The Ryder (London)
  • Adina Mocanu, Infinite_Kisses, 1’00’’, courtesy of 418Gallery (Cetate)
  • Laure Prouvost, Into all that is here, 9’42’’, courtesy of Nathalie Obadia (Paris, Brussels)
  • Tabor Robak, 20XX, 6 minutes loop, 2013, courtesy of Upstream Gallery (Amsterdam)
  • Sam Samore, Compendium of Perplexities, 2011, 6’53’', courtesy of rodolphe janssen (Brussels)
  • Albert Soldatov, Balthus, 2014, 13’00”, courtesy of pop/off/art (Moscow)
  • Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Wake me up at 4:20, 2017, 12’16’’, courtesy of Harlan Levey Projects (Brussels)

- Tabor Robak, 20XX, 2013, 6 minutes loop, courtesy of Upstream Gallery
- Mounir Fatmi, Across the Moon, 2016-2017, 11’33’, courtesy of Ceysson & Bénétière

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