LISTEN. Lights Out Listening Group (Scotland)

LIGHTS OUT LISTENING GROUP
A unique listening experience in almost complete darkness

LOLG

Discover AR 2529 FLARE
4th May 2016, at 7.30pm
The Old Hairdresser’s, Opposite Stereo Renfield Lane, Glasgow, G2 6PH

© LOLG

SCREENING. List í Ljósi outdoor festival (Iceland)

List í Ljósi outdoor festival
Seyðisfjörður (Eastern Iceland)
Screening of NOCTURNAL
February 20th 2016
8pm – Midnight

Poster

A celebration of light art in a fjord town and international creative haven, it marks the day the sun appears after 3 months during which it doesn’t reach above the mountains. Curated artworks by international and local artists, ranging from installations, projections and performances to large-scale immersive experiences with light up Seyðisfjörður.

Iceland satellite

SCREENING. Bending The Frame (Belgium)

Poster Bending The Frame

I will participate to the first BENDING THE FRAME event, SLIDE #1. BENDING THE FRAME vzw aims to create new platforms and encourage new ways of presentating strong photography to the world. At 9pm, Aldo Struyf will join forces with Sébastien Van Malleghem and offer a show. Then, at 11pm, Gregory Frateur and Roel van Camp of DEZ MONA will play live during the screening of a half-hour video of mine. There will also be a live performance by DOBERMAN, and DJ Faster PussyKat will spin some records in between and after.

Het Bos, (Antwerp, Belgium)
17th October 2015
Tickets by the doors (open at 8pm)

**POST-EVENT UPDATE**

Bending The Frame slide stage

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PUBLICATION. Phases Magazine

PHASES MAGAZINE published
selected works from STRIX NEBULOSA
(week 23 – 2015)

Camp fire moonlight

© Eva Wollenberg

STREAMING. FilmEssay

FilmEssay

FILMESSAY is streaming 4 videos works of mine in the “Special Guest” category. FILMESSAY is an online streaming video channel primarly dedicated to Art, that presents the work of artists and video makers to a global audience passionate about arts and visual culture. It provides a unique opportunity to see rare productions (often without commercial distribution), and directly contribute to the work of artists and filmmakers. They also publish interviews, trailers, essays, and other pieces of writing about films on art.

Nocturnal, 2012, time: 1’40’’
Pyroclast | The Storm, 2010, time: 1’57’’
Banshees, 2014, time: 2’42’’
Totem, 2011, time: 0’56’’