1. Video by BAL Productions for Aurora

    Aurora 2013 celebrated the theme “Light of Convergence” in October with over 90 international artists presenting art works across a span of 19 city blocks. Light, sound, performance and video art, as well live music, food trucks, and pop-up bars transformed the Dallas Art District into an immersive art space. The iconic architecture of the Wyly Theater served as a projection screen for Aurora 2013′s featured art installation “Blueprints and Perspectives” by the art collective 3_Search, a forest of LED bulbs was created for Audiopixel’s installation “Arbor Borealis”, and Shane Pennington’s “Points of Life” presented an awe-inspiring stage-curtain made from a programmable grid of LED lights, combined with a live music performance by Jazz vocalist Kally Price, accordionist Dan Cantrell and double bassist Daniel Fabricant.

    These and many more interactive works explored the dialectic and convergence between the individual and communal consciousness. With over 40,000 attendees at the free and public event, Aurora 2013 was widely successful in illuminating its audience with conversation and exchange of ideas.

    Produced by Monica Salazar
    Filmed and edited by Peter Cairns
    Music by Waterfalls: "The Nothing" and "Snowday" / Snacks "Bob" and "Purdie"

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  2. Video by BAL Productions for Dhaka Art Summit

    From February 7-9, 2014, the 2nd edition of the Dhaka Art Summit featured 5 exhibitions curated by local and international curators, 14 solo art projects, a city-wide public art project by internationally acclaimed Raqs Media Collective, screenings of experimental films, performances, and presentations by 33 local and international galleries including over 250 artists from across the South Asian Region.

    Filmed and Edited by Peter Cairns
    Produced by Monica Salazar

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  3. Video by BAL Productions for Berlin Art Link Magazine

    Waqas Khan‘s work is a meditative pause in the present moment, taking the form of a series of highly precise yet organic patterns composed of dots or lines. Khan has been working on his exhibition at the Galerie Krinzinger in Vienna for the last year, conscientiously considering how to fill the giant exhibition space with his works and how his works will make the space visible. The exhibition, titled Acoustics of Life / Parterre ran from Feb. 03 – 28, 2015 and left a profound impression on the international art scene.
    Khan spent a three-month residency in the Galerie Krinzinger Project Space while he was working on the pieces for the show. The works are unexpectedly site-specific and so much more than they appear at first glance: they need to be seen from multiple scales and on different registers to reveal various patterns and discontinuities. The result of the work is less the presentation of ink on paper drawings so much as the construction of a moment, a pause, a much-needed silence.

    Read full article on Berlin Art Link: berlinartlink.com/2015/02/27/video-interview-a-moment-with-waqas-khan/

    Produced by Monica Salazar
    Filmed & Edited by Peter Cairns
    Text by Alena Sokhan
    Thank you to Galerie Krinzinger

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  4. Video by BAL Productions for Berlin Art Link Magazine

    At this year's ARCOmadrid, Galerie Crone Berlin showcased the work of seven young contemporary artists from Cuba. Poised at a historical turning point, the country has recently become more accessible to a wider international audience with the easing of the embargo. In this new political climate, Galerie Crone has stepped forward to provide a platform in Europe for emerging Cuban artists.

    One of these artists, Rachel Valdes Camejo (1990, Havana), exhibited her dynamic piece Composición Infinita at ARCO 2016. The synaesthetic installation is a playful confluence of projected, coloured light on the walls of a stainless steel, mirror-clad room. The environment created by Valdes has an effect of a repetitive, infinite space and provokes a range of responses. We spoke to the artist about her work at ARCOmadrid 2016 and one of its most crucial components: the public.

    Produced by Monica Salazar
    Filmed and edited by Peter Cairns

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  5. Video by BAL Productions for Berlin Art Link Magazine

    In February 2016, the 3rd edition of the Dhaka Art Summit offered unprecedented access to new works by South Asian and international artists. With over 138,000 visitors over four days, the biennial event acts as a pop-up museum, which is free and accessible to locals and visitors alike.

    The Dhaka Art Summit was founded in 2012 by the Samdani Art Foundation and was brought to life by Chief Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt. Consisting of a 2-year research platform and culminating in a 4-day exhibition, the Summit is the world's largest non-profit South Asian art event.

    Read full article on Berlin Art Link: berlinartlink.com/2016/03/11/video-dhaka-art-summit-2016-the-new-contemporary-art-hub-for-south-asia/

    Produced by Monica Salazar
    Filmed and edited by Peter Cairns

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    A CinePoem of Berlins trainstation Ostkreuz before the gigantomanic reconstruction 2005-2007.
    The film bespeaks the loss of atmosphere, individuality and social ties, suggests that there is a difficult path to be taken between the trade-offs of necessary change and the preservation of evolved structures. It is an attempt to memorialize in poetic images this decrepit and yet so charming train station at Ostkreuz.

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