1. Dr. Amy Heller interview

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    An Interview with Dr. Amy Heller filmed for the ArtConnoisseurs series during the Asian Art lectures organized by Asian Art in Brussels. We filmed Dr. Amy Heller few minutes before the fascinating lecture she gave about " The Sculptures of Western Tibet in the 11th to 13th centuries and their artistic debt to Kashmir" The video of the conference can be found here : www.artconnoisseurs.eu and here www.asianartinbrussels.com

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    • Eigene Lightshow - Winx Club - Heller als Licht

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      Eine Lightsow, welche ich zu Heller als Licht aus Winx Club geschrieben hab. Ist eine meiner ganz frühen. Verwedete Geräte: 4x ShowTec PAR 56 RGB LED Spot

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      • Duo: Roman Stolyar & Sonja Heller

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        Having met through an improvisation with Marco Eneidi in Vienna 2 years ago, Roman Stolyar and Sonja Heller continued their collaboration. Sonja Heller produces sounds by drawing/dancing with charcoals attached on different body points intertwining with Roman Stolyar’s improvisation on prepared piano, flute and synthesizers. Performed on the 07.02.2015 at NK in Berlin. Camera: Adrian Shephard Roman Stolyar: http://rstmusic.narod.ru Sonja Heller: www.zooid-art.com

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        • Dr. Amy Heller : The Sculptures of Western Tibet in the 11th to 13th centuries and their artistic debt to Kashmir

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          To honour the memory of his father, Rinchen bzangpo, royal chapelain to the king of Gu.ge, commissioned a sculpture of Avalokiteshvara by the Kashmiri sculptor Bhidhaka. This life-size standing sculpture shows exceptional prowess in casting and inlay techniques. At present, this Avalokiteshvara is enshrined in a chapel in the family hometown of Khatse near the Gu.ge capital at Toling. This sculpture acquired great renown, undoubtedly inspiring numerous artists working in Gu.ge-Pu.hrang and Ladakh. Notably, in 996, at the consecration of Khojarnath, a great sculpture was cast leading to the sculpture triad of Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani which, known as the “Three Silver Brothers”, became the palladium of the kingdom of Pu.hrang. Tibetan historical sources also inform us that Rinchen bzangpo imported sculptures of different aspects of Tara, Avalokiteshvara and Manjushr 8 from Kashmir. In the light of Tibetan dedication inscriptions on sculptures and Tibetan historical documents, this presentation will study the historical, iconographical and aesthetic relationships of these Kashmiri metal sculptures and the sculptures they inspired both cast in metal and modeled in clay in the kingdoms of Gu.ge-Pu.hrang and Ladakh during the 11th to early 13th century. A lecture made during ArtConnoisseurs' Asian Art lecture series held at the MIM and organized in Brussels by Asian Art in Brussels and Brussels Ancient Fairs, IBHEC and BIAPAL. A video made in partnership with Orientations magazine and brought to you by the generosity of KAMALAYA - Koh Samui

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          • Promo "Con ideas propias"

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            Ya comenzó el programa Con ideas propias con la participación de Carlos Heller, Juan Carlos Junio y Edgardo Form. Disponible todos los Sábados desde las 13 hs por www.conideaspropias.com.ar Conducción: Pablo Caruso Producción: Luis Pablo Giniger

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            • NoBody // Part II: NoBody Pines

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              Stop-Motion-Film Concept, Animation, Photography & Editing: Sonja Heller Sounds taken from freesound.org & Teddybear, the talking porcupine Special Thanks to Carl Beleites for tree guidance 05.01.2015 Berlin

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              • ACH Summer 2014

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                • Sonja Heller: Daily Icarus, Part 4

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                  Brotfabrik Berlin, 2009 Camera/Editing: Servet Gürbüz The legend of the Icarus is an allegory for a dreamer or an artist, who is revolting against the rules of society and fighting for indecency of his artistic work. In times of technical progress the human being feels likes living in an air bubble. Communication happens mostly via Internet or short messages on the mobiles, warfare and playing computer games becomes close in the way they are accomplished. If the “Icarus” risks entering reality, he is not able to connect to it. Sensory overload, overstraining, hectic pace befall him. He tries to build up his dream world again. But it can never be the same. The illusion is gone.

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                  • Sonja Heller: Daily Icarus, Part 2

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                    Brotfabrik Berlin, 2009 Camera/Editing: Servet Gürbüz The legend of the Icarus is an allegory for a dreamer or an artist, who is revolting against the rules of society and fighting for indecency of his artistic work. In times of technical progress the human being feels likes living in an air bubble. Communication happens mostly via Internet or short messages on the mobiles, warfare and playing computer games becomes close in the way they are accomplished. If the “Icarus” risks entering reality, he is not able to connect to it. Sensory overload, overstraining, hectic pace befall him. He tries to build up his dream world again. But it can never be the same. The illusion is gone.

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                    • Sonja Heller: Daily Icarus, Part 3

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                      Brotfabrik Berlin, 2009 Camera/Editing: Servet Gürbüz The legend of the Icarus is an allegory for a dreamer or an artist, who is revolting against the rules of society and fighting for indecency of his artistic work. In times of technical progress the human being feels likes living in an air bubble. Communication happens mostly via Internet or short messages on the mobiles, warfare and playing computer games becomes close in the way they are accomplished. If the “Icarus” risks entering reality, he is not able to connect to it. Sensory overload, overstraining, hectic pace befall him. He tries to build up his dream world again. But it can never be the same. The illusion is gone.

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