1. RollingUp 2014


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    The limited and careful movements of my hands in the video art intended to suggest my attitude towards our pursuing life as delicate creatures. In this work, I roll up the several yards of packing paper, fragile everyday material I care about. "Hands are almost living beings," Henri Focillon writes in his essay "In Praise of the Hands": "The hand means action: it grasps, it creates, at times it would seem even think" (Alma Ruiz and Henri Focillon. Poetics of the Handmade 25).

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    • mayer+empl . stp . light sculpture . munich . 2015


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      sound artists Julian Metzger Thomas Rudolf mayer+empl architectural space intervention http://www.mayerempl.de/ http://mayerempl.wordpress.com/

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      • Dunkelfreit


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        • Motive. - Amandda Leigh Tirey Preview


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          See full episode: https://vimeo.com/126628376

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          • Motive. - Amandda Leigh Tirey [10 min]


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            Info about motive.: www.motivecolumbus.com Info about Amandda Leigh Tirey: www.amanddatirey.com

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            • Diana Al-Hadid Plays the Classics | ART21 "New York Close Up"


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              How do you get a painting to stand up on its own? At her Bushwick, Brooklyn studio and OHWOW Gallery in Los Angeles, artist Diana Al-Hadid creates a singularly hybrid artwork, transforming brushstrokes on a wall into architectural sculpture. Al-Hadid works alone in her large studio, projecting a composite image constructed from parts of Italian Renaissance paintings onto a far wall. “I love storytelling, I love stories, and I love novels and characters. But there’s a part of me that resists that kind of specificity. I like to hold back and be more ambiguous,” says Al-Hadid. Listening to an audiobook of Leo Tolstoy’s epic novel "Anna Karenina," Al-Hadid lays down an equally grand image on the studio wall, quickly painting out an ambitious figurative scene with slashing brushstrokes. Later, Al-Hadid’s assistants “back” these individual strokes using a mix of gypsum, fiberglass, and plaster, painstakingly preserving the liquid energy and lyricism of Al-Hadid’s original gestures. Al-Hadid and her assistants then peel the backing off the wall and dramatically reveal what now looks like an expanse of delicate medieval tracery. “With every project, I’m kind of asking, how can I re-think this process that I’ve become familiar with?” asks Al-Hadid. Installed at OHWOW Gallery, the work has yet again been transformed. Seamlessly melded into the gallery’s white walls, the once painting is now a floor-to-ceiling sculpture—a threshold between the space’s front and back in which the artwork’s negative space creates an opening that viewers can walk through. Featuring the works "Sinking and Scaffolding" (2015), "Smoke and Mirrors" (2015), and "Smoke Screen" (2015) from the exhibition "Ground and Figures". Diana Al-Hadid (b. 1981, Allepo, Syria; raised in Cleveland, Ohio, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Learn more about the artist at: http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup/artists/diana-al-hadid/ CREDITS | ART21 "New York Close Up" Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Producer & Editor: RAVA Films. Cinematography: Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland. Additional Camera: Marc Levy. Sound: Nick Ravich & Ava Wiland. Design & Graphics: Open. Artwork: Diana Al-Hadid. Music: Mike Link & Harvey Taylor. Thanks: Nick Joyce, OHWOW Gallery, Lydia Ruby, Tantor Media, Inc., Marichris Ty. An ART21 Workshop Production. © ART21, Inc. 2015. All rights reserved. ART21 "New York Close Up" is supported, in part, by The Lambent Foundation; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; and by individual contributors.

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              • Hands Up by Cavan Convery and Chris Byrne, 1987


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                Video artwork from the Duncan of Jordanstone College Collection, University of Dundee Museum Collections

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                • Instagram


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                  catch us at waleedtawfik75 on instagram

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                  • IN BETWEEN - Work in Progress #1


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                    IN BETWEEN Installation - Performance A co-production with Elma Riza, Akemi Nagao and Aurélie Pertusot Works in Progress #1 Video from the Performance by "60_minutes", Event organized by Impro.per.arts Berlin Feb. 2015 / Mime Centrum Berlin Die bildende Künstlerin Aurélie Pertusot, die Tänzerin Akemi Nagao und die Performerin Elma Riza beschäftigen sich in ihren jeweiligen kunstlerischen Arbeiten mit Linien. In einer Co-Produktion werden die bisherigen Forschungsergebnisse kombiniert und weiter entwickelt. Der Ausgangspunkt des Projekts ist ein Raum, der aus Linien entsteht und während der Performance ständiger Veränderung unterliegt. Dabei ist der Kontrast zwischen visueller Komposition und organischer Präsenz des Körpers entscheidend. Die visuelle Komposition ist durch geometrische Form definiert, die den Körper subordiniert. Zugleich bringt die Präsenz des Köpers im Raum das Element des Zufalls in die Komposition. In jedem Moment wird durch diesen Gegensatz die Struktur hinterfragt. Es entsteht ein Forschungsfeld, in dem Movement und bildende Kunst aufeinandertreffen. To read : http://impro-per-arts.de/in-between-60-minutes-of-infinity/

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                    • TONES - Passion Project


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                      Emotional struggles pushed me to seek a creative outlet. By combining my love for visual art and ambient music, I worked with a friend to explore the concept of audio/visual interpretation.

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