Location: Filmtheater t’Hoogt
‘Space Splice’ (1994) is a form of conceptual architecture that could only be realised in video. Forward motion and edits connect interior volumes shot in The United States, Europe, and India. The viewer experiences unimpeded movement through a network of hypothetical spaces.
Van McElwee― Artist
Van McElwee's body of video work includes over sixty single channel pieces, installations and web projects. Grants and awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship,The American Film Institute Independent Filmmaker Award, The National Endowment for the Arts Independent Production Fund (seven time recipient), and a travel grant from the Government of India. McElwee’s work has been exhibited extensively worldwide and is represented by The Kitchen in New York, Heure Exquise! in France, LUX in the UK, the Inter Media Art Institute in Germany, Bruno David Gallery in St. Louis and Trabant Gallery in Austria. McElwee is also a professor of Electronic and Photographic Media at Webster University in St. Louis.