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REFRACTED REALITIES at VIDEONALE.17

In optics, “refraction” refers to the bending of a beam of light, a change in direction which occurs at the moment when it passes from one medium to another. Through refraction, the light wave alters course, changing the way we perceive the objects it illuminates in the process. This optical deviation requires us to repeatedly correct our gaze, comparing the beginning and end points of our perception with reality, and bringing the object we see clearly into focus. In its figurative sense, refraction refers to a critical reflection on the means and channels of visualization, and by extension the possibility of a rearticulation of our view of things – how they are, were, or apparently always have been.
Image: © Sohrab Hura

Critics’ Pick: Loop Fair Barcelona 2018 by Nicole Büsing and Heiko Klaas

Barcelona. At the end of November 2018 the 16th edition of the video fair LOOP took place in Barcelona. Founded by the gallery owners Emilio Álvarez and Carlos Durán, the special fair is internationally regarded as the most important meeting of the video scene. During the three intensive days of the fair, embedded in the ten-day LOOP Festival, artistic director Carolina Ciuti succeeded in bringing important protagonists of the international video scene to the Catalan capital.
Image: © Hans Op de Beeck

Expanding Bauhaus.
New Reflections on the Bauhaus Movement in Time-Based Media Art
/ Goethe Institute Netherlands

A screening series selected by Elke Kania (Cologne), Julia Sökeland (Hamburg) and Ludwig Seyfarth (Berlin)

With its combination of various arts such as painting, photography film, architecture, fashion, product and interior design and textile art, the Bauhaus is still considered the epitome of a technologically advanced modernity. Last but not least, the attempt to create the whole society aesthetically, inspired many artists worldwide.
Image: © Adnan Softic

Breaking News
Von Kelterborn Collection

Over the past 20 years, the Frankfurt couple Mario and Julia von Kelterborn have put together a collection mostly of politically explosive, socially themed video art and photography by internationally known artists. It is their conviction that art can help us to understand the present day with all its complexity, contradictions and disturbing cruelty, but also its positive potential.
image: © Richard Mosse

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Johan Grimonprez

Johan Grimonprez’s critically acclaimed work dances on the borders of practice and theory, art and cinema, documentary and fiction, demanding a double take on the part of the viewer. Informed by an archeology of present-day media, his work seeks out the tension between the intimate and the bigger picture of globalization. It questions our contemporary sublime, one framed by a fear industry that has infected political and social dialogue. By suggesting new narratives through which to tell a story, his work emphasizes a multiplicity of realities.
image: © Johan Griminprez

64th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2018

In the course of more than five decades, the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen has become one of the world's most respected film events and in its 64th issue over 500 films were shown selected out of more than 7.000 films submitted.
Image: © Dimitri Venkov

Christoph Faulhaber: Revolution & Architecture

Kunsthalle Osnabrück / June 15 to October 2, 2018
With "Revolution & Architecture" Christoph Faulhaber (* 1972 in Osnabrück, lives in Hamburg) conceives, builds, designs and opens a whole series of very different rooms in the Kunsthalle Osnabrück. In order to discover the revolutionary aspect of these "architectures", one has to look at the social implications of interior design in general. In the forum the visitor then enters Faulhaber's cinematic autobiography "Every Picture is an Empty Picture" as in the eye of the cyclone: The work is split into 15 individual films and surrounds the visitor in a circle.
Image: © Christoph Faulhaber

B3 – ON DESIRE

With the key topic ON DESIRE, B3 will in fall 2017 reflect on the latest trends relating to the moving image in art and media from a political, technological and aesthetic perspective. Desire as yearning, wish, lust or hope and its translation into moving images will be explored in an artistic, social, political, sociopolitical and historical perspective and critically examined. . . .
Image: © Jesper Just, Servitudes (2015)

Stiftung imai – inter media art institute

The Düsseldorf based foundation imai – inter media art institute was founded in 2006 in order to establish an institution in Germany dedicated to the distribution and preservation of media art and associated activities.
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Biography

Born 1973 in Hannover, Germany

Education

2005 - 2007 Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains, Tourcoing - France
two year Post-Diploma for free art in the major of new media
studied with André S. Labarthe, Chantal Akerman, Ryoji Ikeda, Christoph Kim
Production scolarship
1995 – 2003 Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig
Diploma with excellence in the major of free art
1995 – 1999 teaching studies for art and English at a grammar school, intermediate examination
Studies of free art at: Prof. Hartmut Neumann, Prof. Raimund Kummer, Prof. David Lamelas,
Prof. Paul Etienne Lincoln, Prof. Johannes Brus
1994 – 1995 Spielmobil of the Arbeiterwohlfahrt, Hannover - alternative civilian service
until 1994 Georg-Büchner Gymnasium (grammar school), Letter near Hannover – Universitiy entrance diploma
1991 - 1992 Exchange year in La Crosse, Kansas U.S.A. – graduated from High School

Exhibitions

2013
Fligende Engel, Die Bedürfnisanstalt, Hamburg (SE)
Niveau de la mer, l'Atelier National, Marseille, France (GE)

2012
Nishinomiya-Funasaka Biennale 2012, near Osaka, Japan (GA) group exhibition with about 53 artists
Pi – p Verwandlungen des Kreises, Landdrostei near Pinneberg near Hamburg, Germany (GA)
Kunst im Schaufenster – Altonale 13, Hamburg
A as A Project 2012 - China-Japan Contemporary Art Exhibition Vol. 1 53 Art Museum - Guangzhou, China

2011
Interfilm 27. Internationales Kurzfilmfestival, Berlin Video „Laurentia“ in public competition „eject XIV – Long night of odd films", Volksbühne Berlin
Ach, so?! = Dort, so!? #4, Makii Masaru Fine Arts Gallery, Tokio, Japan Gruppenausstellung
CineFiesta 2011, Theater Raúl Juliá , Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, San Jose, Puerto Rico Filmfestival
2Apéro beim Sammler Wolfgang Schröder, Videoscreening, Buchholz i. d. Heide with J. Vallribera, R. Bergmeier, Kim Gordon, D. Josefsohn, Paul Roxi, Gavin Turk a.o.
Screen for Shorts, Filmfestival deutzkultur. e.V., Colonne
Internationales Kurzfilmfestival Hamburg 2011 Flotter Dreier competition with Video "Laurentia"
BS-VISITE, Braunschweig group exhibition
Nordlichter im Polarraum, Festival for contemporary music „Blurred Edges“, Hamburg Dodo Schielein and Torsten P Bruch, concert und video screening Gallery polarraum
ZEIT GESCHICHTE/N, Galerie IG BILDENDE KUNST – Vienna Group exhibition with Eva Brunner-Szabo, Torsten P Bruch, Stefan Moos, Christoph Rothmeier, Tim Sharp Wien

2010
Nishinomiya Funasaka Biennale, Osaka - Japan Group exhibition
RetroSlots, Frise – Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Group exhibition with the Gallery IG Bildende Kunst, Vienna - Austria
"Gegenliebe - Vastarakkaus" Group exhibition, Muu Gallery, Helsinki – Finland

2009
„BS-Visite“, Rebenpark-Braunschweig Group exhibition
„Dunkeldeutsch bierernst“, Dunk! (production gallery - Copenhagen - Denmark) Group exhibition
„Self organistion of artist and groups with the example Künstlerhaus Hamburg (artist house hamburg) Lecture by Torsten P Bruch and Sabine Mohr Goethe Institut , Wyoming House, New York, U.S.A.
„Last Call – Hamburg“, Le Petit Versailles, New York City, U.S.A. film screening and exhibition

2008
„Amour réciproque – Gegenliebe“, Galerie l‘ESBAM, Marseille Group Exhibition within the boundaries of the 50th year city friendship anniversary between Marseille and Hamburg
„Wir nennen es Hamburg“, Kunstverein Hamburg (Artist Association Hamburg) Group exhibition
„Polynymph“, Opera based on Marain Marais and Louis-Nicolas Clérambault in the Zeisehallen Hamburg
Director: Jörg Lillich, scene video: Torsten P Bruch, Youssef Tabti
„Die Innere Sicherheit“, Theaterpiece based on the film of Christian Petzold in the Nachtasyl of the Thalia Theater Hamburg
Director: Frank Abt, scene video: Torsten P Bruch

2007
“Panorama 8”, Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains, Tourcoing – France Group exhibition with interactive video installation “Blaubart” (3 x 34min. dvd)

2006
„Panorama 7“, Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts – Lille, France Group exhibtion with the video installation „Come Close Space“
„Dialogues d’exile“, short film by B. Brechts texts „Dialoge aus dem Exil“, director: Fanny Douarche (28 min., HD, Le Fresnoy - France) main part of Kalle
„IZL – Initiative Zukünftiger Lebensformen“, Rainer Maria Matysik, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin Group exhibition with video film „Indianer vs. Ingenieure“
„Auto Chronographe“, Festival Pocket Films, Centre Pompidou, Paris 4:23min., short choosen for competition
„Stadtnotizen 1 – Die Bitteren Tränen der Grossen Bergstraße“, theatre play in the Nachtasyl of the Thalia Theater Hamburg, director: Frank Abt, Scene video: Torsten P Bruch

2005
TAZ Hamburg, freelance for a newspaper, Short articles about the Off-Scene in Hamburg
„Kolunse - Feuer in der Begegnung“, Einstellungsraum, Hamburg, Single exhibition with video installation
„Wechselstrom“, Motorenhalle - 7.Stock Dresden, Group exhibition with „Waffelbäckerinstallation“
„Liebeskonzil“, Autorentheatertage - Gaußstr. Thalia Theater Hamburg Group exhibition with two installations
„Late Night St.Pauli“, St.Pauli Theater Hamburg, director: Katrin Spranger Premiere the 29th of April 2005 – scene design and video: Torsten P Bruch
„Huddersfield“, Volksbühne Berlin, director: Katrin Spranger Premiere the 21st of January 2005 – scene design: Torsten P Bruch
„Wer will hier? - Ein Abend für Egoisten“, Thalia Theater in the Gaußstr., director: Corinna Sommerhäuser, Premiere the 10th of April 2005, main part: Torsten P Bruch
„Die Möwe“, theatre play im Malersaal Schauspielhaus Hamburg, director: Martin Baierlein Premiere the 24th of march 2005, part: the servant

2004
„Watch the Body needs“, video installation, Group exhibition for the official opening of FRISE – Künstlerhaus Hamburg
„Smoke on the Water“, artist Open Air, Kopenhagen Denmark, Group exhibition
„Wunsch | Konzert | Samurai“ theatre play by F.X. Kroetz and Dea Loher Premiere the 14th of Sept. 2004, Nachtasyl in the Thalia Theater Hamburg, director: Frank Abt – main part: Torsten P Bruch
„Auto-Single“, Frise - Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Single exhibition about masculine egocentricity
„Das Leben auf der Praça Roosevelt”, touring Brasil with the Thalia Theater, director: Andreas Kriegenburg, technische assistence: Torsten P Bruch

2003
„Das Fest“, theatre play at the Thalia Theater, director: Stefan Kimmig Premiere the 31st of Mai 2003, scene video: Torsten P Bruch
„Lantana“, theatre play at Thalia Theater, director: Stefan Kimmig Premiere the 25th of Oct. 2003, scene video: Torsten P Bruch
„Sollbruch“, theatre play in the Zeisehallen Hamburg, director: Katrin Spranger Premiere the 26th of June 2003 – scene design: Torsten P Bruch
„Phaidra’s Liebe“, theatre play in the Zeisehallen Hamburg, director: Marta Gil Polo Premiere the 28th of June 2003 – scene design: Torsten P Bruch
From Nov. 2003 FRISE - Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Member, studio, public relations and curating exhibitions

2002
„irrlichtern“, art show in the castle of Agathenburg near Stade Group exhibition with performance „Für Aurora“

2001
Erasmus Scolarship at the École Supérieure des Beaux Arts Toulouse, France

2000
„Transfer“, Bahnhof Braunschweig - Group exhibition with installation

1998
„Zwischenräume I“, Kunstverein Hannover - Group exhibition

Torsten Bruch
Born 1973 in Hannover, Germany Education 2005 - 2007 Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains, Tourcoing - France two year Post-Diploma for free art in the major of new media studied with André S. Labarthe, Chantal Akerman, Ryoji Ikeda, Christoph Kim Production scolarship 1995 – 2003 Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig Diploma with excellence in the major of free art 1995 – 1999 teaching studies for art and English at a grammar school, intermediate examination Studies of free art at: Prof. Hartmut Neumann, Prof. Raimund Kummer, Prof. David Lamelas, Prof. Paul Etienne Lincoln, Prof. Johannes Brus 1994 – 1995 Spielmobil of the Arbeiterwohlfahrt, Hannover - alternative civilian service until 1994 Georg-Büchner Gymnasium (grammar school), Letter near Hannover – Universitiy entrance diploma 1991 - 1992 Exchange year in La Crosse, Kansas U.S.A. – graduated from High School Exhibitions 2013 Fligende Engel, Die Bedürfnisanstalt, Hamburg (SE) Niveau de la mer, l'Atelier National, Marseille, France (GE) 2012 Nishinomiya-Funasaka Biennale 2012, near Osaka, Japan (GA) group exhibition with about 53 artists Pi – p Verwandlungen des Kreises, Landdrostei near Pinneberg near Hamburg, Germany (GA) Kunst im Schaufenster – Altonale 13, Hamburg A as A Project 2012 - China-Japan Contemporary Art Exhibition Vol. 1 53 Art Museum - Guangzhou, China 2011 Interfilm 27. Internationales Kurzfilmfestival, Berlin Video „Laurentia“ in public competition „eject XIV – Long night of odd films, Volksbühne Berlin Ach, so?! = Dort, so!? #4, Makii Masaru Fine Arts Gallery, Tokio, Japan Gruppenausstellung CineFiesta 2011, Theater Raúl Juliá , Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, San Jose, Puerto Rico Filmfestival 2Apéro beim Sammler Wolfgang Schröder, Videoscreening, Buchholz i. d. Heide with J. Vallribera, R. Bergmeier, Kim Gordon, D. Josefsohn, Paul Roxi, Gavin Turk a.o. Screen for Shorts, Filmfestival deutzkultur. e.V., Colonne Internationales Kurzfilmfestival Hamburg 2011 Flotter Dreier competition with Video Laurentia BS-VISITE, Braunschweig group exhibition Nordlichter im Polarraum, Festival for contemporary music „Blurred Edges“, Hamburg Dodo Schielein and Torsten P Bruch, concert und video screening Gallery polarraum ZEIT GESCHICHTE/N, Galerie IG BILDENDE KUNST – Vienna Group exhibition with Eva Brunner-Szabo, Torsten P Bruch, Stefan Moos, Christoph Rothmeier, Tim Sharp Wien 2010 Nishinomiya Funasaka Biennale, Osaka - Japan Group exhibition RetroSlots, Frise – Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Group exhibition with the Gallery IG Bildende Kunst, Vienna - Austria Gegenliebe - Vastarakkaus Group exhibition, Muu Gallery, Helsinki – Finland 2009 „BS-Visite“, Rebenpark-Braunschweig Group exhibition „Dunkeldeutsch bierernst“, Dunk! (production gallery - Copenhagen - Denmark) Group exhibition „Self organistion of artist and groups with the example Künstlerhaus Hamburg (artist house hamburg) Lecture by Torsten P Bruch and Sabine Mohr Goethe Institut , Wyoming House, New York, U.S.A. „Last Call – Hamburg“, Le Petit Versailles, New York City, U.S.A. film screening and exhibition 2008 „Amour réciproque – Gegenliebe“, Galerie l‘ESBAM, Marseille Group Exhibition within the boundaries of the 50th year city friendship anniversary between Marseille and Hamburg „Wir nennen es Hamburg“, Kunstverein Hamburg (Artist Association Hamburg) Group exhibition „Polynymph“, Opera based on Marain Marais and Louis-Nicolas Clérambault in the Zeisehallen Hamburg Director: Jörg Lillich, scene video: Torsten P Bruch, Youssef Tabti „Die Innere Sicherheit“, Theaterpiece based on the film of Christian Petzold in the Nachtasyl of the Thalia Theater Hamburg Director: Frank Abt, scene video: Torsten P Bruch 2007 “Panorama 8”, Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains, Tourcoing – France Group exhibition with interactive video installation “Blaubart” (3 x 34min. dvd) 2006 „Panorama 7“, Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts – Lille, France Group exhibtion with the video installation „Come Close Space“ „Dialogues d’exile“, short film by B. Brechts texts „Dialoge aus dem Exil“, director: Fanny Douarche (28 min., HD, Le Fresnoy - France) main part of Kalle „IZL – Initiative Zukünftiger Lebensformen“, Rainer Maria Matysik, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin Group exhibition with video film „Indianer vs. Ingenieure“ „Auto Chronographe“, Festival Pocket Films, Centre Pompidou, Paris 4:23min., short choosen for competition „Stadtnotizen 1 – Die Bitteren Tränen der Grossen Bergstraße“, theatre play in the Nachtasyl of the Thalia Theater Hamburg, director: Frank Abt, Scene video: Torsten P Bruch 2005 TAZ Hamburg, freelance for a newspaper, Short articles about the Off-Scene in Hamburg „Kolunse - Feuer in der Begegnung“, Einstellungsraum, Hamburg, Single exhibition with video installation „Wechselstrom“, Motorenhalle - 7.Stock Dresden, Group exhibition with „Waffelbäckerinstallation“ „Liebeskonzil“, Autorentheatertage - Gaußstr. Thalia Theater Hamburg Group exhibition with two installations „Late Night St.Pauli“, St.Pauli Theater Hamburg, director: Katrin Spranger Premiere the 29th of April 2005 – scene design and video: Torsten P Bruch „Huddersfield“, Volksbühne Berlin, director: Katrin Spranger Premiere the 21st of January 2005 – scene design: Torsten P Bruch „Wer will hier? - Ein Abend für Egoisten“, Thalia Theater in the Gaußstr., director: Corinna Sommerhäuser, Premiere the 10th of April 2005, main part: Torsten P Bruch „Die Möwe“, theatre play im Malersaal Schauspielhaus Hamburg, director: Martin Baierlein Premiere the 24th of march 2005, part: the servant 2004 „Watch the Body needs“, video installation, Group exhibition for the official opening of FRISE – Künstlerhaus Hamburg „Smoke on the Water“, artist Open Air, Kopenhagen Denmark, Group exhibition „Wunsch | Konzert | Samurai“ theatre play by F.X. Kroetz and Dea Loher Premiere the 14th of Sept. 2004, Nachtasyl in the Thalia Theater Hamburg, director: Frank Abt – main part: Torsten P Bruch „Auto-Single“, Frise - Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Single exhibition about masculine egocentricity „Das Leben auf der Praça Roosevelt”, touring Brasil with the Thalia Theater, director: Andreas Kriegenburg, technische assistence: Torsten P Bruch 2003 „Das Fest“, theatre play at the Thalia Theater, director: Stefan Kimmig Premiere the 31st of Mai 2003, scene video: Torsten P Bruch „Lantana“, theatre play at Thalia Theater, director: Stefan Kimmig Premiere the 25th of Oct. 2003, scene video: Torsten P Bruch „Sollbruch“, theatre play in the Zeisehallen Hamburg, director: Katrin Spranger Premiere the 26th of June 2003 – scene design: Torsten P Bruch „Phaidra’s Liebe“, theatre play in the Zeisehallen Hamburg, director: Marta Gil Polo Premiere the 28th of June 2003 – scene design: Torsten P Bruch From Nov. 2003 FRISE - Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Member, studio, public relations and curating exhibitions 2002 „irrlichtern“, art show in the castle of Agathenburg near Stade Group exhibition with performance „Für Aurora“ 2001 Erasmus Scolarship at the École Supérieure des Beaux Arts Toulouse, France 2000 „Transfer“, Bahnhof Braunschweig - Group exhibition with installation 1998 „Zwischenräume I“, Kunstverein Hannover - Group exhibition

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