1. TAI#9 - Kate McMillan in dialogue with Wu Guanjun

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    Time_Art_Impact Dialogue #9 Un-forgetting History The Liminal Spaces of (Dis)Appearance in Kate McMillan’s Paradise Falls Kate McMillan has exhibited throughout Australia and overseas since 1997. In 2013 she relocated to London from Australia, where she has spent much of her life, to undertake a number of projects, which include the filming of four ambitious new works funded in part by one of two Creative Development Fellowships awarded annually across all artforms by the Department for Culture and the Arts, Western Australia. The work will be presented by Performance Space, Australia in Sydney, Tasmania and the United Kingdom in 2014 and will include a major monograph on McMillan’s practice. >McMillan is a Phd candidate at Curtin University under the supervision of Dr Anna Haebich (author of Broken Circles: Fragmenting Indigenous Families 1800-2000). She has been funded by an Australian Postgraduate Award to complete her Phd which examines the forgetting of the history of Wadjemup/Rottnest Island. She currently holds an Academic Post with Open University, Australia. Previous solo exhibitions include Lost at the John Curtin Gallery in 2008, Broken Ground in 2006 at Margaret Moore Contemporary Art and Disaster Narratives at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts for the 2004 Perth International Arts Festival. She has been included in various group exhibitions over the last few years including at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Gertrude Street Contemporary Art in Melbourne, Govett Brewster Art Gallery in New Zealand and the Australian Centre for Photography in Sydney.

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    • showreel 15

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      This video is about showreel 15

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      • TAI#8 - Hannu Karjalainen in dialogue with Hu Sang

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        Time_Art_Impact Dialogue #8 SITE • BODY • ARCHITECTURE Mobilizing The Still Image In Hannu Karjalainen’s Video Art Hannu Karjalainen in dialogue with Hu Sang Finnish-born, Berlin-based artist Hannu Karjalainen develops his video practice from a grounding in photography and his training in the Helsinki School. Woman on the Beach is a photograph activated into a subtle poetic motion, rewarding the viewer for taking the time to watch it unfold. In subsequent work Karjalainen uses the medium of the moving image to reflect back upon painting and the material qualities of paint. Colour is an elusive subject matter. It is intangible and abstract as much as it is coded, branded and harnessed for different purposes. Hannu Karjalainen is particularly interested in how meaning is attributed to a colour, and how this mechanism can be exploited by re-contextualization, using colour and its supposed meaning as a critical tool to investigate the world around us. In an ongoing series of works that turn classical portrait photographs into moving color palets, Karjalainen again mobilizes the traditionally still image. Looking at painting through photography, its role becomes reversed.

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        • La Espera

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          Sequence shots. Planos secuencia.

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          • Plano secuencia. Miguel Ortiz.

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            Ejercicio plano secuencia con espacio off. Miguel Ortiz. Actores: Luis Felipe Moreno. Montsi López.

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            • Plano Secuencia

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              Plano secuencia realizado para la asignatura de Dirección en el que se presenta a un personaje.

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              • Cai-TaiChi-front

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                Cai demonstrating T'ai Chi from the front

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                • Reality Transurfing

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                  Beginning of our travel story))) http://youme-photo.com https://vk.com/umiphoto https://www.facebook.com/valeria.d.photographer

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                  • TAI#4: Mariana Vassileva in dialogue with Isabel de Sena

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                    Time_Art_Impact Dialogue #4 Instant Poetry: Semantics and Politics Expression of Mariana Vassileva Mariana Vassileva in dialogue with Isabel de Sena MARIANA VASSILEVA was born in Bulgaria in 1964. Since graduating from the Universität der Künste in 2000, Vassileva continues to live and work in Berlin. Working across varied mediums such as video, sculpture, installation, and drawing, Vassileva’s practice is concerned with the poetry that lies beneath the quotidian and the routine. Based upon observation of daily life, her works respond to an element of playfulness inherent in artist and viewer alike. With the curious gaze of a voyeur or of an urban anthropologist, the artist observes people and their surroundings in order to capture a moment of poetic imagery. Watching, and the distance it implies, are both method and subject of a body of work reflecting on human concerns familiar to us all: communication, cultural displacement, relations with self and other, loneliness and the humor hidden within the rhythms of the day-to-day. As her artist’s statement asserts, she “transforms objects, situations and manners, and presents them in another reference on a lyrical level. … In this process, one is animated toward a heightened sensibility of daily variations.”

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                    • warm shots

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                      Таким я смогла увидеть Тайланд. За время пребывания на острове, я почувствовала себя частью всего этого. Акцент на природу. Phuket, Karon beach, Nai Harn, Kata beach, Kathu, Burma, Island Raya. 2014 © Zolychka film

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