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Brigitta Bödenauer and Brandon Morse added to LIFEM’s video section

With new videos by Brigitta Bödenauer and by Brandon Morse, LIFEM’s video section is now complete. And it looks just out of this world!!! And they will be shown for free!!!

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Born in 1972, Brigitta Bödenauer studied theatre and currently teaches video editing at a private multimedia school in Vienna. In her work as a filmmaker, Brigitta aims to generate emotive sequences by reassembling stills into animated trajectories. Brigitta is an artist, a media critic, a photographer, a DJ and a VJ.

brandon morse - achilles

Brandon Morse was born in Arlington, TX in 1974 and grew up in Eau Claire, WI. He received his BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, and his MFA in Art and Technology from The Ohio State University, Columbus. Morse has exhibited both nationally and internationally at film and animation festivals, galleries, and on the internet. He has taught Digital Media at the Department of Art at the University of Maryland, College Park since 2000.

Professor Morse states that “”the conceptual focus of my work is instead the development and portrayal of situations of a specifically vague nature… They are the examination of interaction; stripped from context, plot, and history… an exploration of this process playing itself out on a level that can be nothing but instinctual.” With the evidence provided by Morse in his work, one is able to see his works as an “examination of interaction; stripped from context, plot, and history which parallels human interaction: as a series of instinctual actions, isolated from memory and reason.”

Here’s the now complete LIFEM video programme (these screenings are free events, so no excuses for not being part of the festival… let’s enjoy it!):

Friday, 06 November 09

Audiovisual Experimental Works: from 17:30 to 22:00
Goh Lee Kwang: “Two-Dimensional Collision” (29’28’’) (2009) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Maile Colbert: “Over the Eyes” (17’30’’) (2009) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Maile Colbert / Celer: “Falling Down Film for Celer” (30’04’’) (2009) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Maile Colbert / Paul Bradley: “Transit” (45’00’’) (2009) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Thomas Köner: “Suburbs of the Void” (14’13’’) (2004) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Thomas Köner: “Peripheriques part 1-3” (13’11’’) (2006) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Thomas Köner: “Pajajeros Peregrios Pilotos” (3’59’’) (2008) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Thomas Köner: “La Barca” (7’01’’) (2009) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Johnny DeKam / Pure: “Reqoil” (15’38’’) (2003) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Johnny DeKam / Pure: “Displaced” (10’24’’) (2003) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Johnny DeKam / Pure: “Peaceoff” (9’38’’) (2003) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brigitta Bödenauer / COH: “Don’t Touch Me When I Start To Feel Safe” (4’41’’) (2003) Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brigitta Bödenauer / Didi Bruckmayr / Michael Strohmann: “Die Wand” (1’03’’) (2005) Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brigitta Bödenauer / Pure: “…as they pass…” (6’45’’) (2006) Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brandon Morse: “Achilles” (14’11’’) (2009) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brandon Morse: “A Confidence of Vertices” (11’09’’) (2008) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brandon Morse: “The Brownian Motion of Collective Woe” (16’41’’) (2009) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Brandon Morse: “Exit Strategy” (17’29’’) (2009) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room

Saturday, 07 November 09

Audiovisual Experimental Works: from 17:30 to 22:00
Ran Slavin: “The Insomniac City Cycles” (70’00’’) (2009) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Various Artists: “Essays on Radio: Can I have 2 minutes

of your time?” (56’00’’) (2005) Works by:

  • Jan Robert Leegte / Boca Raton
  • Nuno Tudela / Pedro Tudela
  • Return / Pita
  • Ran Slavin
  • Ok.Suitcase
  • Telco Systems / Longina
  • Lia / @c
  • Stephan Mathieu
  • Isabel Abreu & Rita Barbosa / Pal
  • Return / Freiband
  • Tina Frank / General Magic
  • Brigitta Bödenauer / Miguel Carvalhais
  • Júlio Dolbeth / Steinbrüchel
  • Karl Kliem / Christine Fowler
  • Maximilian Janicke / Random Industries
  • Sara Kolster / Pawel Grabowski
  • Nuno Tudela / Pedro Tudela
  • Return / Gintas K
  • Marius Watz / @c
  • Jörg Piringer
  • Sumugan Sivanesan / Durán Vázquez
  • Antmanuv
  • Ran Slavin / James Eck Rippie
  • Eric Berger / Pure
  • Paulo Raposo
  • Ran Slavin / The Beautiful Schizophonic
  • Horacio G / Longina
  • Meta
[UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Wyndel Hunt / Thom Heileson: “Unit of Selection” (17’18’’) (2008) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Various Artists: “Colorfield Variations” (84’08’’) (2009)

Curated by Richard Chartier. Works by:

  • Frank Bretschneider
  • Alan Callander
  • Chris Carter + Cosey Fanni Tutti
  • Sue Costabile
  • Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand
  • Mark Fell + Ernest Edmonds
  • Tina Frank + General Magic
  • Ryoichi Kurokawa
  • Stephan Mathieu
  • Steve Roden
  • Sawako
  • Bas Van Koolwijk
[UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
João Vasco Paiva: “Wide Rothko” (10’00’’) (2008) [UK premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Yann Novak: “Relocation.Mobile” (10’48’’) (2009) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
Yann Novak: “Relocation.Dislocation” (10’10’’) (2009) [European premiere] Kings Place – St Pancras Room
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