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TIME IS LOVE                                      

International video art program
Curated by Kisito Assangni
Coordinator: Annabelle Boko
Time is Love Screening is an annual program of projectable videos from an international selection of artists on the theme of love in hard times.
Time is Love presents approximately twenty five works made in the last three years by artists active around the world. The screening explores forms of artistic expression rising from society and the new media's use of technology.

The project aims to consider the work of these artists as part of the global phenomenon that is contemporary art, and asks the audience to reflect upon how the time that led to the production of these works was formed. It wishes to support and promote the new movements and trends in contemporary culture.

It is a showcasing opportunity for emerging and established artists who are pushing the elements of video and moving image practice. It is also an opportunity for audiences to engage with video works by gaining greater understanding and enjoyment.
The selected videos are innovative works which use technology in ingenious way with narrative, non-narrative, documentary, animation, performance or experimental.

Time is Love Screening brings to the world a refreshing perspective on video art.

Anthony Peskine

Works across video, multimedia, installation, drawing and photography. He graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris. Peskine has presented works at Galerie Catherine & André Hug, Grand palais, Paris; Villa Dutoit, Geneva; TETHER, Notthingham; Artspaced, Townsville [Australia].

Funciona a través de vídeo, multimedia, instalación, dibujo y fotografía. Se graduó en la Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de París. Peskine ha presentado obras en Galerie Catalina y André Hug, Grand Palais, París, Villa Dutoit, Ginebra; atadura Notthingham; Artspaced, Townsville [Australia].
Bill Millett

Is a Glasgow based photographer and filmmaker whose aim is to take the camera out of its normal context and utilise it as a canvas. He has participated in numerous exhibitions at various venues internationally, including the Mansfield Park Gallery, Glasgow; Ceramic Museum, Lisbon; Banana Park Gallery, Berlin; Guildford Lane Gallery, Melbourne [Australia].
Danny Germansen

Is a visual artist using video, film & art photography. Main body of work are inspired by a life with disability, depression and mental breakdown. His works were showcased at Galerie Younique, Paris; Valby Kulturhus, Copenhagen; Museu José Malhoa, Caldas da Rainha [Portugal]; AFA Gallery, Beijing [China].
Dellani Lima

Studied research "Drama" and "Film &Television" at Instituto Dragão do Mar de Arte e Indústria Audiovisual do Ceará/UECE, Brazil. His production style uses numerous techniques with digital manipulation and recording in low resolution and fidelity. His works have been included in important exhibitions in Brazil and abroad: New Museum, New York; Media Forum, Moscow; CologneOFF, Germany; JVC Tokyo Video art Festival, Japan.

Denis Brun

Creates collage and assemblage. He writes short stories and take photos. He samples and composes music on computers. Denis also makes videos.

Select exhibitions include: Musée d'Art Contemporain, Nice (France); Saatchi Gallery, London; Galerie Théo de Seine, Paris; Self Help Graphic, Los Angeles; Gallery Cultural Speech, Amsterdam.
Eugene Perera

Gained an MA in History of Art from Sussex University. His practice is an enquiry into divergent manifestations of value symbolic, economic, social and the personal and the alchemical moments in which 're-valuations of value' are revealed. Such moments are often associated with the exercise of power and the perception of risk. He employs sculpture, video, collage, photography, installation and the performative game.

Many exhibitions and screenings at WhiteChapel Gallery, Transition Gallery, London; Glastonbury Festival, TAA Venue, UK; Oliver Gallery, Oakland [USA] among others.
Evelin Stermitz

Holds an MA and Mphil  from the University Klagenfurt, Austria. She works on media and new media art projects by using different media like photography, video and net including, installations and conceptual works.

Evelin has had shows at Chelsea Art Museum, New York; Casoria Art Museum, Naples; Kunsthaus Graz, Austria; State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg [Russia].
Francesca Fini

Has worked as a filmmaker for TV, independent and experimental productions. She currently participates as a video artist, live media performer and body artist in numerous happenings at galleries, museums and underground sites such as the MACRO contemporary art museum, Roma; Invisible Dog Gallery, New York; 91mQ Project Space, Berlin; Wro Art Center, Poland.
Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara Friedman

Work with video, photography, performance, sound and installation.They investigate subjects such as dominant/dominated relationships, social yokes, gender and its limits and ambiguities, issues of the double and of the multiple characters under a single skin, codes and what happens to them out of their context, or yet the identity, status and image of Woman...

Recent performances, exhibitions and screenings include DIMANCHE ROUGE Festival of Experimental Performances in Paris, Dreamspace Gallery and Prince Charles Cinema in London.
Jangyoung Jung

Graduated from the Kunstakademie Stuttgart and employs video, photography and drawing. Many exhibitions at various locations including, Seoul Municipal Museum, Korea ; Museum Singen, Singen, Germany; Gallery Macy, New York; Gallery Schuster, Miami...
Joas Nebe

Is a self-taught artist who holds degrees in psychology and literature. He had lectureships about film for big companies like Reemtsma Cigarettes and for the University of Hamburg. Joas had exhibitions in Berlin [Berlin Biennale], China [Intrude Art & Life 366 Project, Zendai Moma], USA [Art Expo Architectural and Video Art Event], UK [Edinburgh Art Festival 08], Portugal [FocFest], the Netherlands [Shaping TI City] and Thailand [Switch Media eletron pathiharn supernatural Art Festival] and many countries. Joas's works are in collections of the Deutsches Institut fuer Animationsfilm, Dresden [Germany] and the Joop Van Den Ende Collection, Amsterdam. Since 2000, Joas works as freelance curator. His first video art project Encyclopedic Cartoons had special mentions on Saatchi blog and kunst blog.
Jonas Nilsson

Works with moving image as major way of expression. He has studied at art colleges and universities in England and Japan. He is currently interested in issues surrounding the stressful and high tempo of the western way of life; the increasing amounts of time and money spent by individuals on becoming successful, and the consequences of such achievements. His works have mainly been shown at screenings and festivals in Europe and north America.

Nilsson is co-founder and curator of art:screen which is an international event and platform focusing on moving image.
Joy Whalen

Received her BFA from Columbia College Chicago in 2005 and her MFA from Pratt Institute in 2007. She has exhibited extensively in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, as well as internationally. In October 2007, Whalen was a core performer in Memorial Gestures at the Chicago Cultural Center, choreographed by Ernesto Pujol and is currently part of the UTE HAUS associated performance group, which debuted at The Marina Abramovic Center for Performing Arts in 2011. Her video work is part of the Souvenirs from Earth television broadcast program, Cologne, Germany. Whalen lives, works and exhibits in New York City.
Larissa Sansour


Was born in Jerusalem and studied Fine Art in Copenhagen, London and New York. Her work is interdisciplinary, immersed in the current political dialogue and utilises video art, photography, experimental documentary, the book form and the internet.
Sansour borrows heavily from the language of film and pop culture. Her work features in galleries, museums, film festivals and art publications worldwide such as the Tate Modern, London; Jeu de Paume, Paris; Kunstmuseum Bonn; Oakland Museum of California, USA; Jack the Pelican, New York...
  Laszlo Laszlo Revesz

Is refined exponent of computer art. An artist, performer and video maker, Revesz does not, however, abandon the possibility of using painting by experimenting with it in a complex panorama of 'access levels'.
Prestigious institutions have shown his works: Ludwig Museum, Budapest; Musée d'Art Moderne, St-Etienne (France); Slought Foundation, Philadelphia; Palazzo delle Arti, Naples...

Pil & Galia Kollectiv

Are artists, writers and curators working in collaboration. They studied History and English at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem for their BA and in 2001 graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, London. They are currently pursuing a joint PhD. in Art, also at Goldsmiths. Their research focuses on modernism, art and politics, irony and overidentification and the roles of work and leisure in contemporary art. Working mainly in film and performance, they explore the utopian discourses of the twentieth century and the legacy of the avant-garde.

Pil and Galia's work is extensively exhibited internationally and has most recently been shown in the Herzliya Biennale, the Berlin Biennale and the Montreal Biennale. Their solo exhibitions include Te Tuhi Art Centre, Auckland, The Showroom, London and S1 Artspace, Sheffield where they have been artists in residence, and in 2007 they were recipients of the London Artists' Film and Video Award.
Paul Rascheja

Studied at the Academy of Arts in Gdansk and decided to focus on the medium of video. In 2001 he moved to Berlin where he works as a graphic and motion designer for advertising agencies and film companies such as MTV and VIVA. Since 2009 he has focused on his own projects, creating several video, films, images and sculptures.

He has shown his works at Galerie Craemer, Berlin; Dumbo Arts Festival, New York; Formverk, Eskilstuna (Sweden); Videoholica Festival, Varna (Bulgaria).
Rita Casdia

Work studies the basic mechanisms that rule feelings, focusing mainly on the dynamics generated by emotional connections and sexuality. Video animation, drawing, and sculpture coexist in her installations and articulate an expressive universe rooted in the complex emotional and symbolic content she brings to it.

Casdia has presented works at SACS Museo Riso-Frogorifesi Milanesi, Milan; Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin; Galerie de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris; Loop Festival, Barcelona.
Tommaso Pedone

Director and freelance video-maker graduated from Bologna National Academy of Cinema, works in high definition digital video, taking his ideas from concept through to production. He ranges from video art, dance and theatre productions to art/social documentaries and multimedia projects, expecially projecting them onto monuments and other large areas.

His works have been shown at LACDA Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, USA; Accademia di Romania, Roma; Alexander Palace Museum, Pesaro (Italy); Centre d'Art Santa Monica, Barcelona; GIGUK Festival, Giessen (Germany).
Tommy Becker

Attended the San Francisco Art Institute as an undergraduate before receiving his MFA in Film, Video, Performance from California College of Arts in 2001 where he was awarded, "The All College Honor Award". A poet trapped in a camcorder, Becker continues to feed video poems into his never-ending saga, “TAPE NUMBER ONE”. Often Becker’s work is translated to live spoken word/video performances. In 2005, he was awarded an artist in residency at Headlands Center for The Arts and included in the Bay Area Now at the Yerba Buena Center for The Arts.

His work has been presented at White Columns, New York; Aurora Picture Show, Houston; PDX Film Festival, Portland; Other Cinema and Artist Television Access, SF and Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY.
Tor Jorgen Van Eijk

Works position themselves not only in present times, but create visible and believable an intersection in between past and future of video art. Instead of digital perfection he is focussing on the originally analogue roots of this media.

His work has been exhibited at Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York; Brot.Undspiele Galerie, Berlin; NoPlace, Oslo; Open Space, Victoria, Canada.

Kisito Assangni is a Togolese-French curator and producer who studied photography, art history and museology. Currently living between London, Paris and Lomé, his practice primarily focuses on psychogeography and post-globalisation impact on contemporary african cultures.
His projects have been shown internationally, including the Whitechapel Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Arnot Art Museum, New York; Torrance Art Museum, California; Musée des Arts Derniers, Paris; Malmo Konsthall, Malmo, Sweden; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow; Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland; Motorenhalle Centre for Contemporary Art, Dresden, Germany; Foundation 3.14, Bergen, Norway; National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul among others.
Kisito has participated in symposium, talks and events at numerous international venues.
He was also member of jury for the Award LETTERS FROM THE SKY in Cape Town (South Africa) as well as the 28th Prix VIDEOFORMES in Clermont-Ferrand (France).
Kisito is the founder/curator of Time is Love Screening and [SFIP] project - Still Fighting Ignorance & Intellectual Perfidy (a platform for critical thinking, researching and presenting Video art from Africa.)


Time is Love Screening has presented more than 100 artists since
2008  Time is Love.1 Galerie Octobre, Paris
2009  Time is Love.2 Studio1.1 Gallery, London
2010  Time is Love.3 Werk-Raum, Berlin
2011  Time is Love.4 Centro d'Arte Contemporanea Ticino, Bellinzona (Switzerland) / Hexagon Space, Baltimore (USA) / Sint-Lukas Gallery, Brussels / Kulter. Gallery, Amsterdam / Espace apART, Guangzhou (China) / Bildetage, Vienna (Austria).
2012  Time is Love.5 [.Box] Space, Milan / SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin / Expressive Arts Institute, San Diego (USA) / Rich Mix Foundation, London / Galerie Octobre, Paris / Zet Foundation, Amsterdam / The Cornaro institute, Larnaca, Cyprus / City Art Gallery, Kharkov, Ukraine / PAVILION - Centre of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Romania.