Bruce Nauman, ‘Partial Truth’ (1997)
Last Friday our screening programme Sorry for not standing still opened at the Kunstvlaai.
We’d like to thank everyone who came out and will come out to our space to check out our programme! The responses so far have been great and it was good fun to see a lot of people take their time to see the programme we compiled.
If you were there in the past few days: we enjoyed your company! And if you didn’t yet, but you’re planning to: please do, there’s lots to see!
This screening is on view through Sunday the 2nd of December, so do come out and see what we’ve got for you. Opening hours on www.kunstvlaai.nl
‘Six easy pieces’ (2010), part of the ‘Secrets’ trilogy by Reynold Reynolds
Reynold Reynolds will be part of our upcoming screening programme Sorry for not standing still, at Kunstvlaai, Amsterdam! Opening Friday November 23.
Also, in the context of Sorry for not standing still, Reynold will be giving a talk on some of his older and more recent work on Sunday November 25th. See the Facebook event page
Stills from Laure Prouvost‘s, ‘Monolog’ (2009)
Laure Prouvost will be showing her video ‘OWT’ in our upcoming screening programme Sorry for not standing still, opening Friday November 23.
Trailer for ‘You are here’, Daniel Cockburn‘s first feature film.
Daniel Cockburn will be showing his video ‘Metronome’ in our upcoming screening programme Sorry for not standing still, opening Friday November 23.
Thanks to Vtape Toronto
‘Salome with the head of John the Baptist’, (1524) Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen
Francis Alÿs, ‘Loop’ (1997)
In 1997, Alÿs circumvented the much contested US-Mexico border at Tijuana: using his exhibition fee for an exhibition in San Diego, Alÿs traveled by plane from Tijuana to Mexico City, to Panama City, Santiago, Auckland, Sydney, Singapore, Bangkok, Rangoon, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, Anchorage, Vancouver, Los Angeles, and finally south to San Diego. Alÿs exposed a loophole in Mexico-US border control through a physical loop on a global scale, but in so doing highlighted the fact that this could only be possible for a privileged few.