- Drie korte films van Movies that Matter Festival + gesprek met
componist Merlijn Twaalfhoven
(voor volledig filmprogramma zie Spaced)
- Filminstallatie You'll never walk alone
- Geluidsinstallatie Life Area
You're never walk alone: Witte van Hulzen en Sander Breure spent three months in Uganda with their videocamera. The result is a video installation with young men in surrealistic scenes loosely referring to western film history; a motor race in the desert, a lonely cowboy roaming around a shopping mall in Kampala, a group of men with shotguns in an empty nightclub. African men lost in western imagery, two western boys lost in Africa, everyone is part of a film that is disturbingly surprising, seriously absurd and in which you'll never walk alone.
Life Area: Installation by Yohichi Sugama en Tomohisa Hashimoto, represents a situation where life and death are undistinguishable. A viewer will be conscious that the space in which he stands is divided into two halves by lockers and light. He will immediately realize that it is somehow difficult to get accustomed to be in the space. Actually, it is hard to approach the space without having uneasiness. A viewer will be forced to accept unresolved unfamiliarity in order to be there.