Naklad Wlasny 1


Short documentation of the exhibition ”Naklad Wlasny 1" by Fundacja CHMURA in Gdansk (PL) in Oktober 2018.

The exhibition ”Naklad Wlasny 1“ (self publishing 1) took place in Luks Sfera and was focused on newspapers, magazines, leaflets and art zines published in the late 80s and early 90s by artists from the Gdansk region.

”Naklad Wlasny 1” was curated by Aleksandra Grzonkowska and Dorota Walentynowicz.

independent, non-commercial films in self-production (camera, sound and editing)

Meide Büdel - große Schwebe


Video portrait of the kinetic installation ”große Schwebe“ by the Nürnberg-based artist Meide Büdel.

Meide Büdel is specialized on kinetic objects, sculptures and installations. Amongst others, she realizes works in public space and sacral spaces. Her minimalist objects of steel, concrete and wood speak about fragility, sensitivity and aesthetics.

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Lorena Espitia Torres - Home & Away


Video portrait and making-of of the public sound intervention ”Home and Away“ by the Colombian artist Lorena Espitia Torres.

During the international artist symposium Home & Away at Arthouse Wakefield UK (organised and curated by Ivan Patric Smith), Lorena Espitia Torres realised an series of public sound interventions. In collaboration with the local car-tuneing club Modified Junkiez, she confronted different neighborhoods of the british working-class town with latin-american music and lifestyle, creating a surrealistic athmosphere of cultural delocalisation.

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Desert Art Camp 1


Video Teaser for the international artist symposium ”Desert Art Camp 1“ which took place in April 2017 in the Negev Desert close to Mizpe Ramon in Israel. 8 Artists were living in a bedouin camp for one week while producing works in relation to the desert.

Participating artists: Nurit Agur, Doron Furman, Talia Hassid Furman, Christian Höhn, Caspar Hüter, Thomas May, Pirko Julia Schröder, Florian Tuercke