The medical subject
Location: Private: Het Huis Studio 2
Paula Tyliszcak, I feel Blue, They Sense Rose (CH 2017, 9 min)
Philip Ullman (artist present), Closed Circuit (SE 2019, 5 min)
Harun Farocki, Serious Games III: Immersion (DE 2009, 20 min)
Miguel Ángel Rego (artist present), Post-Contigent Coherence (ES 2016, 5 min)
Lana Wilson, A Cure for Fear #2: Night time in Kabul (US 2018, 14 min)
Paula Tyliszczak― Artist
Paula Tyliszczak (*1986) grew up in France and Poland and has a background in the Arts and in the Humanities. After completing her Bachelor`s Degree in International Relations/European Studies at the University of Warsaw, she moved to Switzerland and studied Fine Arts at the Zurich University of the Arts. She later followed a Master`s degree in Contemporary Arts Practice at the Bern University of the Arts. As an interdisciplinary artist, Paula Tyliszczak mainly works with video, sound and language. Guided by her interest in the body as a social construct, she develops works at the interface between art and science, as well as between subjectivity and objectivity.
Philip Ullman― Artist
Philip Ullman is an Amsterdam based artist, recently graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, mainly working in video. Philips work often deals with characters and locations that are situated somewhere between entertainment and technological development. Working mainly in 3D animation, this medium is used as a platform to question its inherent implications of mass produced entertainment and technological innovation. Philip tries to see beyond the anthropomorphised facade, seeing these characters as struggling with agency of their own, stuck between simulations and materialities, living on the brink of escaping its creator.
Harun Farocki― Artist
January 9, 1944 born in Nový Jicin (Neutitschein), born in Nový Jicin (Neutitschein), at that time Sudetengau, today Czech Republic. 1966 – 1968 Admission to the just opened Berlin Film Adacemy, DFFB. 1966 Marriage with Ursula Lefkes. 1968 Birth of the daughters Annabel Lee and Larissa Lu. 1974 –1984 Author and editor of the magazine Filmkritik , Munich. 1998 – 1999Speaking about Godard / Von Godard sprechen, New York / Berlin. (Together with Kaja Silverman). 1993– 1999 Visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley. 2001 Marriage with Antje Ehmann. Since 1966 more than 100 productions for Television or Cinema: Children's TV, Documentary Films, Essay Films, Story Films. Since 1996 various solo- and group exhibitions in Museums and Galleries. 2007 with Deep Play participation at documenta 12. Since 2004 Visiting Professor, 2006 - 2011 full Professorship at the Academy of Art, Vienna. 2011 – 2014 longterm project Labour in a Single Shot, together with Antje Ehmann. July 30, 2014 died near Berlin.
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles― Artist
Miguel Ángel Rego Robles (Madrid, 1985) is an artist and researcher who lives in Madrid, Spain. He studied Fine Arts at the Complutense University in Madrid and is currently working on his PhD at CSIC (Spanish National Research Council). He attained a Master degree in Art and Praxis at the Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, the Netherlands. He has exhibited his projects in Spain (MUSAC León, LABoral Gijón, Casal Solleric Palma, Fabra i Coats Barcelona, Galería Cero Madrid, Casa Velázquez Madrid among others) and internationally (Artrooms London, Celeste Prize London, The Showroom Arnhem, XX and XIX Bienal Cerveira Portugal, Charim Gallery Viena among others). He has lectured his research in Spain (CENDEAC Murcia, La Situación 2016 Cuenca, CSIC Madrid among others) and internationally (8th European Society for the History of Science London, Centro de Investigación en Arte, Materia y Cultura Buenos Aires among others).
Lana Wilson― Artist
Lana Wilson is an Emmy Award-winning and two-time Spirit Award-nominated documentary director. Her most recent film, The Departure, was received with great enthusiasm. The Departure premiered at Tribeca in 2017 and was nominated for the 2018 Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary. Wilson’s previous film, After Tiller, premiered at Sundance in 2013 and won an Emmy Award for Best Documentary. Wilson has also worked in television and short-form filmmaking. She directed A Cure for Fear, a short-form web series that premiered at Camden in 2018 and recently launched on First Look Media’s Topic.com. She also wrote and produced the premiere episode of the National Geographic documentary miniseries I Am Rebel (2016). Wilson has been awarded artist fellowships from the Sundance Institute, MacDowell, Yaddo, and Film Independent, and was named to DOC NYC’s inaugural “40 Under 40” list. She is a recipient of the 2019 Chicken & Egg Award. Wilson is a graduate of Wesleyan University and a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.