video work | cloud love boat | selected for Global Videos, 70 Years of Human Rights | Stichting whitecube, NL | intl. screening starts Nov., 24

© ww/ngg 2016 | cloud love boat | 1-channel video, 2:30 min | cooperation with Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | 2016

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Global Videos 1

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Global Videos 2

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70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
A World Wide Video-art Project!
On 10 December 1948 the UN-Council adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each year this day is marked as the International Day of Human Rights. To mark this years 70th anniversary Dutch Foundation White Cube created an art-project, that allows artists and audiences from each corner of the world to celebrate this event.

Using the internet artists sent in their art-videos about human rights to Foundation White Cube. A jury selected 21 videos for this project and on its turn the foundation sends these videos back into the world again. Venues in Nepal, Italy, Pakistan, Germany, Hong Kong and the Netherlands will show these videos to their audiences for free.

Creator of this project, Jeroen van Paassen explains:”To celebrate human rights it is essential that there are no barriers. Entrance fee can be a barrier for some audiences. We offer these videos for free to our partners, so that they can show them for free. Human Rights are universal, therefore it should be inclusive.”

2016 was the first year Global Videos was organized. Now in 2018 it is held for the 2nd time with 21 art-videos. Each of these videos last maximum 4 minutes.

The participating artists are (in random order)
Wolfgang in der Wiesche & Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon Germany / Eca Eps Nigeria / Mohammad Bin Lamin Libya / Tetsushi Higashino Japan / Danny Germansen Denmark / Pernille Lonstrup Denmark / Ehab Aziz Egypt / Beck & Collin Stafford USA / Lisi Prada Spain / Natercia Chang Macau SAR / Selene Citron & Luca Lunardi Italy / Iris Poljan & Rahman Hak-Hagir Croatia & Austria / Maria Felix Korporal the Netherlands / Dik Bol the Netherlands / Karin van der Molen the Netherlands / Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani Togo / Rahman Hak-Hagir & Andreas Draxler Austria / Sylvia Toy St Louis USA / Joyce Overheul the Netherlands / Gilivanka Kedzior France / Elisabetta Di Sopra Italy

video work | cloud love boat | by Wolfgang in der Wiesche – Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | selected for Global Videos, 70 Years of Human Rights | Stichting whitecube, NL | international screening starts Nov., 24

 

 

© ww/ngg 2016 | cloud love boat, video stills | 1-channel video, 2:30 min | cooperation with Nikolaus Gojowczyk-Groon | 2016

cloud love boat is an artistic statement about the transcultural power of love and the driving force of multicoloured creativity through times, regardless of restraint and oppression.

Our latest video work refers to our first collaborative 2-channel video installation island, created 2009.

 

December 10, 1948 – 2018 | 70 Years of Human Rights

28 art viedos from every part of the globe to every part of the globe| Bringing the importance of human rights to a global audience

Global Videos is supported by:
GLOBAL VILLAGE ARTIST NETWORK | Stichting whitecube | MEHREEN HASHMI

screenings

24th November 2018, 18:30h | Micro Galleries/Kaalo 101 | Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal

08th December 2018 | cold bench |Milan, Italy

08th & 9th December 2018 | MuiWo Film Festival | Lantau Island, Hong Kong SAR

09th December 2018, 15:00h | 37PK | Haarlem, the Netherlands

09th December 2018, 17:00h | The Second Floor | Karachi, Pakistan

10th December 2018, 18:00h | Friedman Projekte | Berlin, Germany

01st-03rd February 2019 | PLAY room | Zaandam, the Netherlands

 

 

© global videos/stichting whitecube 2018

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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re:view 1994 | Die Verwandlung der Elemente | The Transformation Of The Elements | by Laboratorium, music: WW | rediscovered by chance

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© Lutz Garmsen/oscilux 1994 | Laboratorium/ WW 1994/2018  | Die Verwandlung der Elemente | The Transformation Of The Elements
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bei einer Internet-Recherche fand ich kürzlich diesen Artikel @ Lutz Garmsen/oscilux web site |  while doing research on the Internet I rediscovered this article by chance @ Lutz Garmsen/oscilux web site
Ich freue mich, dass die Veranstaltung von 1994 darin als Höhepunkt der Braunschweiger Kulturnacht genannt wird! | I’m excited that the 1994 event is mentioned as a highlight of the Braunschweig Cultural Night!
Die Verwandlung der Elemente | The Transformation Of The Elements
Filmprojektionsperformance 02.07.1994, Livemusik by WW, 1994, Kulturnacht, Braunschweig
film projection performance, live music by WW, 1994, Cultural Night, Braunschweig
Ich arbeite an der Digitalisierung der Studio-Live-Aufnahme der Musik für die Performance.
I’m working on the digitalization of the studio live-recording of the performed music.
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© Laboratorium 1994/ WW 1994/2018  | Die Verwandlung der Elemente I | The Transformation Of The Elements I | Filmprojektionsperformance 02.07., Livemusik by WW, 1994, Braunschweig | film projection performance, live music by WW, 1994, Braunschweig | Digitale Fotografien analoger Still-Fotografien WW10/2018 | digital photography of analogue still photos WW10/2018
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© Laboratorium 1994/ WW 1994/2018  | Die Verwandlung der Elemente II | The Transformation Of The Elements II | Filmprojektionsperformance 02.07., Livemusik WW, 1994, Braunschweig | film projection performance, live music by WW, 1994, Braunschweig | Digitale Fotografien analoger Still-Fotografien WW10/2018 | digital photography of analogue still photos WW10/2018
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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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short notice | Aug., 17 | FILM | BREAD by Deborah S. Phillips | music Wolfgang in der Wiesche | LABORBERLIN SUMMER SCREENING

 

courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips, 1994 | stills from: bread, 16mm, f, 3 min, 1994 | music and sound design by Wolfgang in der Wiesche

I’m happy to announce that the animation movie BREAD by Deborah S. Phillips (3.5 min. 16mm from 1994 with music by Wolfgang in der Wiesche, sampled bass: Michael in der Wiesche) will be part of the LABORBERLIN SUMMER SCREENING

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courtesy © LABOR BERLIN, 2018

find out more at the LABORBERLIN website

LaborBerlin e.V.
Prinzenallee 58, 13359 Berlin
labor.organisation [a] gmail [.] com

find information on upcoming screenings of film works by Deborah S. Phillips (click here)

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Ruth WiesenfeldDeborah S. Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

Deborah Phillips @ wordpress   |  films of Deborah Phillips @ lightcone

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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Colours Places Ornaments | Farben Orte Ornamente | FILMS & MORE by DEBORAH PHILLIPS @ arsenal | BERLIN | May, 24/25 | music by Ruth Wiesenfeld, Nandkishor Muley, Wolfgang in der Wiesche

image courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips | stills from: UNTITLED COLOURMATION | animation, 16mm, c, 1 min., 1991-92 | CAPSICUM | animation, 16mm, c, 11:00 min., 2008 | Purim | animation, 16mm, c, 5min, 1996 | IM GRÜNEN BEREICH – all is good, all’s green | animation, 16mm, c, 13:30min., 2017 | bread | 16mm, c, 3 min, 1994 | santoor | 16/35mm,c, 13 min | MOSAïC | animation, 35mm, c, 45min., 2001 | © ww 1997 | music for films | CD | private release || © ww-2007 | self portrait | digital photography

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Katalogpräsentation: Deborah S. Phillips – Farben, Orte & Ornamente |  Catalogue Presentation: Deborah S. Phillips – Colours, Places & Ornaments | Film Programme and More by DEBORAH PHILLIPS | arsenal | Berlin | arsenal, May, 24 & arsenal, May, 25 (click links for detailed information)

“Ich habe nach Filmen gesucht, in denen Farben, Texturen, Licht und Zeit ein größeres Gewicht haben als Menschen und Erzählungen. …” (Deborah Phillips)

arsenal, May, 24 | Untitled Colourmation D 1992 16 mm 1 min | Capsicum D 2008 16 mm 11 min | Purim D 1996 16 mm 5 min | T’chelet Performance mit Live-Perkussion von Robyn Shulkowsky 16 mm und Dia ca. 30 min | Im grünen Bereich D 2017 16 mm 13 min | guest: Deborah S. Phillipps

arsenal, May, 25 | 71 D 2005 16 mm 7 min | Herman(n) D 2011 16 mm 8 min | Bread D 1994 16 mm 3 min | Fontanestr. D 2006 16 mm 3 min | iiiii D 2012 16 mm 2 min | Nach Osten schauen D 2017 16 mm 3 min | Geographie D 1999 35 mm 1 min | A Printed Film D 1994 35 mm 2 min | Noor D 2003 16 mm 6 min | Santoor D 1998 35 mm 13 min | Mosaïc D 2001 35 mm 45 min | guest: Deborah S. Phillips

read more @ Deborah Phillips @ wordpress & BLOGERIM, Jewish Museum Berlin

Arsenal – Institut für Film und Videokunst e.V.
Potsdamer Straße 2
10785 Berlin
Telefon: +49-30-26955-100 | mail(at)arsenal-berlin.de  | www.arsenal-berlin.de/arsenal

above mentioned films | music and sound design by Ruth Wiesenfeld, Nandkishor Muley, Wolfgang in der Wiesche

find information on upcoming screenings of film works by Deborah S. Phillips (click here)

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Ruth WiesenfeldDeborah S. Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

Deborah Phillips @ wordpress   |  films of Deborah Phillips @ lightcone

view portfolio  |  @  saatchi art  ||  @  Pollock-Krasner Foundation  ||  @  artward  ||  @  LensCulture

Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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SHE TALES | LABOR BERLIN | presents | PURIM | film by Deborah S. Phillips | music by Wolfgang in der Wiesche | June, 30

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image courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips | still from Purim, animation, 16mm, c, 5min, 1996

EINLADUNG | INVITATION | PURIM @ | LABOR BERLIN | Ausland | Friday, June 30 2017

as part of LaborBerlin’s SheTales programme on Fri. PURIM (16mm, 5 min. 1996) will be screened, with music by Wolfgang in der Wiesche. doors open @ 8pm. more information @ http://www.laborberlin-film.org/   (Text: Deborah S. Phillips)

Friday, June 30 2017 | Doors open 8 pm | Films start 9 pm
Location: Ausland – Lychener Str. 60, 10437 Berlin

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Deborah S. Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

Deborah Phillips @ wordpress

 

images © Wolfgang in der Wiesche | CD music for films | xtended line (1997)

view portfolio  |  @  saatchi art  ||  @  Pollock-Krasner Foundation  || @  LensCulture  ||  @ artward

Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

Mono No Aware | Brooklyn New York | presents | premiere: IM GRÜNEN BEREICH | film by Deborah S. Phillips | music and sound design by Wolfgang in der Wiesche | Ruth Wiesenfeld | June, 25

image courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips | stills from: IM GRÜNEN BEREICH – all is good, all’s green | 16mm, c., 13:30min., 2017

INVITATION | PREMIERE and MORE | FILM | BROOKLYN | NEW YORK | June, 25

music for IM GRÜNEN BEREICH: Wolfgang in der Wiesche, in cooperation with Ruth Wiesenfeld

Join Mono No Aware in welcoming back Deborah S. Phillips to Brooklyn, New York for the premiere of two new films on 16mm: IM GRÜNEN BEREICH (2017) and NACH OSTEN SCHAUEN (2017). MONO presented Deborah’s work in 2011 at the Millennium Film Workshop alongside Nazli Dincel and Joe Carducci. Be a witness to the results of Deborah’s research into color with us Sunday June 25th Deborah S. Phillips in person for Connectivity Through Cinema – at the CPR-Center for Performance Research. (Text: Mono No Awaree | CPR-Center for Performance Research

SEE ALSO | FULL PROGRAMME @ | EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA

Center for Performance Research | 361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn | New York

© ww 1997 | music for films | CD | private release || © ww-2007 | self portrait | digital photography

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Ruth WiesenfeldDeborah S. Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

read more @ BLOGERIM, Jewish Museum Berlin

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

Deborah Phillips @ wordpress   |  films of Deborah Phillips @ lightcone

PRINTS AVAILABLE – please contact me for original works, prints or order from saatchi art or artward

view portfolio  |  @  saatchi art  ||  @  Pollock-Krasner Foundation  || @  LensCulture  ||  @ artward

Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

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THE DAY SLOWS DOWN AS IT PROGRESSES | film by Thomas Bartels | KINO IM SPRENGEL HANNOVER | 09./10.03.2017 20:30h | Music & Sound Design: Wolfgang in der Wiesche

© images ww & courtesy | Thomas Bartels | stills from: The Day Slows Down as it Progresses | CD ‘music for films’, self portrait | Wolfgang in der Wiesche

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DONNERSTAG & FREITAG | THURSDAY & FRIDAY | 09./10.03.2017 | 20.30 h

D A S  N O R D S T A D T K I N O  |  KINO IM SPRENGEL HANNOVER

read more @ KINO IM SPRENGEL  ||  Kino im Sprengel on facebook

Klaus-Müller-Killian Weg 1 | 30167 Hannover

FILM VON THOMAS BARTELS | MUSIK & SOUND DESIGN VON WOLFGANG IN DER WIESCHE
Der Braunschweiger Künstler und Filmemacher Thomas Bartels führt uns mit seinem Programm auf eine seltsame Reise, erzählt in der Sprache der Träume. Die Reise beginnt in den Ateliers indischer Filmplakatmaler, führt über orientalische Märkte, durch ein mechanisches Universum, in dem Maschinen menschliche Schatten endlos wiederholen, und endet mit einer Bootsfahrt ins Licht des Filmprojektors. Einen maßgeblichen Anteil ihrer Qualität erhalten diese Kurzfilme nicht zuletzt durch den kongenialen Filmton des Musikers Wolfgang in der Wiesche.

THE DAY SLOWS DOWN AS IT PROGRESSES, D 2000, 14 min. – Ein Kaleidoskop malerischer Aufnahmen aus Indien, der vom Bildermachen handelt. Eine Frau sitzt auf der Schwelle ihres Hauses und läßt feines Pulver aus der Hand rinnen, allmählich entsteht ein farbiges Ornament. In einem Atelier in Bombay werden riesige Kino-Transparente gemalt. Vor dem Gerichtsgebäude in Baroda nimmt ein Fotograf Paßbilder auf und entwickelt sie direkt in der hölzernen Kamera.

2000, Prädikat ‚wertvoll’, Filmbewertungsstelle FBW
2002, Auszeichnung Förderpreis der Jury, Filmkunstfest Schwerin
2008, DVD Compilation ‘Ständig in Bewegung’, Tendenzen experimenteller Film- und Videoarbeiten in Deutschland 1994-2004, Goethe-Institut (http://www.goethe.de/ins/de/pro/filmtournee/dok_bewegung/day_slows_down.pdf)

The Day Slows Down as it Progresses @ LIGHTCONE

view portfolio  |  @  saatchi art  ||  @  Pollock-Krasner Foundation  || @  LensCulture  ||  @ artward

Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up)

oder nehmen Sie Kontakt mit mir auf | or contact me directly | xtend.ww [at] t-online.de