IMPAKT TV episode #10: Thursday 22:30
Closing of the day + nightkiss: Anatomy
Location: IMPAKT TV from Koepelzaal
Our hosts Marijn Bril and Chris Keulemans will reflect on this second day of the IMPAKT Festival 2021 Modern Love. Afterward, a nightkiss to put you to sleep: the screening of the film Anatomy (2013) by Patrick Bosse. This short film is a starkly pure evocation of the senses. In a white room we see the aging bodies of actors Gilles Pelletier and Françoise Graton. They testify to a love that has triumphed over time and engage in a captivating dialogue of desire, defying inertia, old age and death.
This episode is hosted by Marijn Bril and Chris Keulemans.
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Patrick Bossé― Artist
Montreal screenwriter and director Patrick Bossé honed his taste for filmmaking in the shadow of the oil refinery stacks in the city’s east-end Pointe-aux-Trembles district, armed with a rudimentary video camera. In 2008, he worked as an editor and director on the documentary series Paroles d’artiste, directing the segment Gilles Pelletier: Le chemin parcouru, which was selected for Montreal’s International Festival of Films on Art. In 2009 and 2010, Bossé finished two fiction shorts, Une étoile de mer and Livraison à domicile, then returned to documentary filmmaking with 2012’s Un nouveau monde.
Marijn Bril― Moderator
Marijn Bril is a Rotterdam-based media designer, researcher, and curator. With an interest in digital culture in all its complexity and foolishness, she explores topics ranging from networked images, technological mediation, to digital metaphors. She reflects upon these predominantly through writing, video, and curation. Marijn graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven in the department Media & Culture and studied Media Studies at Maastricht University. Her work has been presented at Dutch Design Week, the Wrong Biennale, 60 Seconds Festival, PloktaTV, and her writing published at Institute of Network Cultures. For CIVA Festival she recently curated the online programme ‘When I Look Through My Browser Window I Can Feel the Fresh Air’, reflecting on increasingly digitally mediated nature. http://marijnbril.work/
Chris Keulemans― Moderator
Chris Keulemans (b. 1960) is a writer, journalist, moderator and educator. Born in Tunis, Keulemans grew up in Baghdad, Iraq. He has been involved in numerous events at Framer Framed, often as a writer, host and moderator. In fact, Chris Keulemans was one of the founders of the Tolhuistuin in Amsterdam, the previous location of Framer Framed, and fulfilled the role at the Tolhuistuin as Artistic Director until 2014. For his work he received the honorary pin of the city council. The city of Amsterdam praised him for his work for the city in recent years. For the next two years Keulemans will be appointed as the district-chroniquer of the Northern part of town. He also founded the literary bookshop Perdu in Amsterdam in 1984. Additionally, during the nineties he worked at De Balie, Centre for culture and politics in Amsterdam, first as a curator, then later as director. He has published books, fiction and nonfiction, and has published numerous articles on art, social movements, migration, music, cinema and war for national newspapers. He has written essays for publications by Jonas Staal, Lidwien van de Ven, Anna Tilroe, Gert Urhahn, Fiona Tan and the exhibition The Unwanted Land (2009). He traveled extensively to study art after a crisis in cities such as Beirut, Jakarta, Algiers, Prishtina, Sarajevo, Tirana, New York, New Orleans and Ramallah, where he visited many talented artists.