“Anemic Cinema” at Liljewalchs, Stockholm
19 November 2001 Liljewalchs
Henrik Orrje talked about Marcel Duchamp and showed
the film “Anemic Cinema” at Liljewalchs
seminar on Duchamp the 19th of November 2001.
Other participants in the seminar were Catti Brandelius,
“Miss Universum” – artist, Charlotte
Brydler – art critic, Iris Müller Westermann
– curator Moderna Museet.
The seminar was part of a conversation series Curious
- on distribution of media art
October 26 and 27th 2001 in Norway
Filmform participated in a seminar organised by made.no
- Media Art Distribution & Exchange in Norway, which
is a project organisation established by interested
experts and artists to work towards solutions for distribution
of media art, both nationally and internationally. www.made.no
SEMINAR - on experimental film and video
January 26th 2001 at IASPIS
In today's commercial climate, experimental film and
video art are virtually invisible. With this in mind,
Filmform is arranging a Nordic seminar for film and
The seminar took place on January 26th, and was open
to the public. After the seminar a selection of works
from the participating institutions' archives was shown.
The following Nordic institutions participated in the
seminar: Ateljér Nord, Kunstnerernes Hus (Norway),
AV.Ark, Nifka, Kiasma, Danish Film and Videoworkshop/Danish
Film Institute, Museet for Samtidskunst, Nikolai Kirke
(Denmark), White Mountain, Living Art Museum (Iceland)
and IASPIS, Moderna Museet (Sweden).
The nordic seminar is made possible with support by:
Nordisk Kulturfond (The Nordic Cultural Fund).
MATTERS - A public space video event
January 24th-28th 2001
During the Nordic Seminar a public area happening/installation
by five artists was open for public viewing at following
Claesson Koivisto Rune Arkitektkontor, S:t Paulsgatan
Jonas Bohlin Arkitektkontor, Södermalmstorg 4
Waynes Coffeshop, Götgatan 31
Konst-ig, Konstbokhandel, Kulturhuset Sergels Torg
Arranged by Filmform in co-operation with Stockholms
Kansli with special thanks to RAKETA.
vs SOFTCORE - Provocative film and video art
February 3rd 2001
Filmform presented an evening of subversive film and
video works at the Gothenburg Film Festival. The showing
was followed by a panel discussion.
Place Atalante, Gothenburg
(films), 16.45-17.45 (public discussion)
While the concept of provocation has become something
of a cliché, today´s artists are using
more subtle ways of challenging society´s values
and standards. For this evening, Filmform put together
a programme of historically interesting films and videos
which question and problemize the notion of provocative
Kjartan Slettemark: Högpartiet (1970)
Kenneth Anger: Fireworks (1947)
Charles Atlas: Son of Sam and Delilah (1991)
Jean Gênet: Un Chant d'Amour (1950)
Gordon Matta-Clark: Clockshower (1973)
Takashi Ito: Spacy (1981)
Martha Rosler: Losing - A Conversation with the Parents
Presented by Filmform.
Panel discussion arranged by Paletten magazine.