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Some Arguments Later
ISELP, Brussels (BE)
January 19 - March 12, 2017
www.iselp.be
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Group exhibition with Messidor: Eitan Efrat / Sirah Foighel Brutmann / Pieter Geenen / Meggy Rustamova



Bxl Universel
Centrale for Contemporary Art, Brussels (BE)
curated by Carine Fol
October 20, 2016 - March 26, 2017
www.centrale.brussels
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Group exhibition with Vincen Beeckman / Franky D.C. / Lise Duclaux / Christoph Fink / Pieter Geenen / Kendell Geers / Ann Veronica Janssens / Thomas Lerooy / Charlemagne Palestine / Kurt Ryslavy / Ana Torfs

Exhibition of 'home' (2016), a video commissioned by Centrale for Contemporary Art



#CONNECTIF
ISELP, Brussels (BE)
October - December, 2016
www.iselp.be
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Messidor - Artist in Residence

Messidor (Sirah Foighel Brutmann, Eitan Efrat, Pieter Geenen, Meggy Rustamova) has been awarded the #CONNECTIF prize by ISELP, Brussels, and will be Artist in Residence from October until December 2016, followed by a very first Messidor group exhibition. Throughout 2017 Messidor will have a permanent presence in ISELP.




Come Together
Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)
September 16 - 24, 2016
www.beursschouwburg.be
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Belgian première of 'mirador' (2016)



Without Pause, Dialogues
LOOP Festival, Barcelona (ES)
Curator Imma Prieto
May 26 - June 10, 2016
www.loop-barcelona.com
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Presentation of 'relocation' (2011)

Group exhibition with Jordi Cané / Lúa Coderch / Jordi Colomer / Patricia Dauder / Raquel Friera / Pieter Geenen / Elias Heuninck / Eleni Kamma / Els Opsomer / Ria Pacquée / Maria Ruido / Sarah Vanagt & Katrien Vermeire



Company - A film programme by Sirah Foighel Brutmann and Eitan Efrat, with Meggy Rustamova & Pieter Geenen
Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)
November 5, 2015, 20h30
www.beursschouwburg.be
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Four local artists join to present their work. They all belong to the same generation: on the one hand because they are of the same age, on the other hand because they belong to the same artistic family - because of the artistic story they tell, with a similar approach and method of working.

In each of the pieces, there is an inherent questioning of the effect ‘togetherness’ might have on the way we read images.

There will be an aftertalk with the artists, moderated by Zoë Gray, senior curator at WIELS.
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Screening of an excerpt of 'mirador', a work in progress.



Pieter Geenen artist edition
www.argosarts.org
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On the occasion of his solo-exhibition 'This land is my land. This land is your land.' Pieter Geenen produced three artist editions. These are for purchase via ARGOS Centre for Art and Media.




This land is my land. This land is your land.
ARGOS Centre for Art and Media, Brussels (BE)
October 4 - December 20, 2015
www.argosarts.org
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Solo exhibition

Presenting a series of new works in various media, using the so-called Canadian Tobacco Belt as a backdrop to raise questions about the concepts of migration, land, identity, nationalism and colonialism.

In the first half of the twentieth century, this particular part of Canada became home to a large number of European migrants, especially people from the Flemish-speaking part of Belgium, who embarked on a new life as tobacco farmers. Today the younger generations have adapted to the New World, a world created at the expense of the native First Nations. Since those early days, the local labourers lost interest in the hard work of tobacco farming, and they have been replaced by so called 'offshore workers' from Central America and the Caribbeans.

By using the story of tobacco—its discovery by Europeans, its cultivation outside its original habitat, and the economic decline of the industry—as a metaphor for the concept of colonialism and the migration wave that followed, as well as for the potential loss of identity, the tobacco plant becomes a vehicle to focus on the special socio-economic reality of the ethnic and cultural groups involved.

'Time' and 'space', 'here' and 'there', 'we' and 'they' are vague, constantly shifting, and mutually exchangeable. When all elements converge, a new, undefined and ambiguous reality seems to come into existence as a reflection on one's own identity. That confusion, that reversal and alienation makes us question our personal and collective position.



Grand Illusion - International Competition 12: Intimacy
Arkipel International Documentary & Experimental Film Festival, Jakarta (ID)
August 19 - 29, 2015
www.arkipel.org
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Screening of 'The Nation' (2014)



Ecrans parallèles: Boucles
Villa Méditerranée, FIDMarseille International Documentary Film Festival, Marseille (FR)
June 30 - July 6, 2015
www.fidmarseille.org
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Exhibition of 'The Nation' (2014)



ikob Award
ikob - Museum für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Eupen (BE)
June 7 - August 16, 2015
www.ikob.be
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Group exhibition with the nominated artists: Loukia Alavanou / Younes Baba-Ali / Joachim Coucke / Delphine Deguislage / Jóhanna Kristbjörg Sigurdardóttir / Hilde Borgermans / Jonathan De Winter / Pieter Geenen / Sophie Langohr / Nora Mertes

Exhibition of 'pulsation' (2011), 'nightscape (8)' (2013) and 'The Nation' (2014)



Cinema Without Border
One Shot International Short Fim Festival, Yerevan (AM)
June 3 - 10, 2015
www.accea.info/en/one-shot
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Screening of 'The Nation' (2014)



Cinéma permanent
Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz (FR)
Curated by Le peuple qui manque, Aliocha Imhoff & Quantuta Quiros
May 31, 2015
www.centrepompidou-metz.fr
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Continuous screening of films by Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan, Luis Ospina & Carlos Mayolo, Uriel Orlow, Pieter Geenen, Renzo Martens, Kidlat Tahimik, Marine Hugonnier, Alexandra Leyykauf, Armando Queiroz + Almires Martins + Marcelo Rodrigues, Francis Alÿs

Screening of 'The Nation' (2014)



Unfinished Histories: Limes - Voyages de frontière
Médiathèque - Fonds d'art contemporain de la Ville de Genève, Geneva (CH)
Curated by Andrea Cinel, in collaboration with Maria Iorio & Raphaël Cuomo
March 19 - June 6, 2015
www.unfinishedhistories.org
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Group exhibition with: Herman Asselberghs / Sofie Benoot / Ursula Biemann / Pieter Geenen / Till Roeskens / Shelly Silver / Sarah Vanagt

Exhibition of 'relocation' (2011)




Out There - Part 2
Viewmaster Projects in collaboration with National Museum of Photography Rotterdam
Wilhelminapier and Fenixloods 1, Rotterdam (NL)
February 5 - March 8, 2015
www.viewmaster-projects.com
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Group exhibition with: Monica Struder & Christoph van den Berg / Hans Op de Beeck / Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukacs / Wim Catrysse / Mungo Thomson / Marjolijn Dijkman / Geert Mul / Nicolas Provost / Thomson & Craighead / Michael Najjar / Pieter Geenen / Nicolas O’Brien / Kim Boske / Ben Pointeker / Christine Koenigs / Astrid van Nimwegen / Jacco oliver / Driessens & Verstappen / Stephan Keppel / Anika Schwarsloze / Dominique Teufen / Paul Horn & Lotte Lyon / Penelope Umbrico / Martin Effert

Exhibition of 'ansicht' (2005)



The Ethnographic Turn (Revisited): Pieter Geenen
deBuren, Brussels (BE)
January 15, 2015
www.deburen.eu
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A series of lectures (Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan, Ursula Biemann, Pieter Geenen, Mekhitar Garabedian, Ergin Cavusoglu) organised by SoundImageCulture (SIC) in collaboration with deBuren, Argos, KASK/School of Arts Gent, and Beursschouwburg.



Tehranorama
Limited Access 5 Festival for Sound, Video and Performance
parallel program, Vista Art Gallery, Tehran (IR)
December 19 - 25, 2014
www.limitedaccessfestival.com/
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Group exhibition

Exhibition of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Citadel'arte
Citadel, Diest (BE)
November 27 - December 21, 2014
www.citadelartediest.be
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Group exhibition with: Carla Arocha / Warner Berckmans / Alain Biltereyst / Sergey Bratkov / Teresa Burga / Florin Buta / Berlinde De Bruyckere / Lili Dujourie / Jimmie Durham / Jan Fabre / Dan Flavin / Pieter Geenen / Paul Gees / Daan Gielis / Willo Gonnissen / Jef Gysen / Khaled Hafez / Kati Heck / David Helbich / Hiwa K / Fransje Killaars / Barbara Kruger / Marie-Jo Lafontaine / Danny Matthys / Renato Nicolodi / Baudouin Oosterlynck / Albert Pepermans / Eran Schaerf / Thy Truong Minh / Sven Verhaeghe / Kristof Vrancken / Jonas Vansteenkiste / Timo van Luijk / Lotte Van den Audenaeren / Fik Van Gestel / Leen Van Rossem

Exhibition of 'nightscape (3)' (2005)




The Nation
Transformers - Single Screenings
Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)
November 21, 2014
www.beursschouwburg.be
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Première of 'the nation' (2014, working title)



SLOW (36h)
Concertgebouw, Bruges (BE)
November 8 & 9, 2014
www.concertgebouw.be
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Group exhibition with: Edith Dekyndt / Pieter Geenen / Hans Op de Beeck / Eric Pauwels / Nicolas Provost / Joëlle Tuerlinckx

Exhibition of 'relocation' (2011)



Possest(s)
Greylight Projects, Brussels (BE)
Curators Stéfan Piat & Guy Giraud
October 18 & November 15, 2014
www.greylightprojects.org
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Group exhibition with: Jean-Marc Andrieu / Silvia Bakker / Thomas Bernardet / Marc Buchy / Michel Couturier / Paul Destieu / Pieter Geenen / Jerôme Giller / Yannick Guédon / Guy Giraud / Wouter Huis / Nicolas van Kerkhove / Luce Moreau / Objets d’échange / Stéfan Piat & Brigitte Hoornaert / Peter Snowdon / Satoru Toma

Exhibition of 'nocturne (3)' (2005)
Screening of 'relocation' (2011) on November 15, 16h - 21h



Programme 2: Selection from the Collection of ARGOS - Centre for Art & Media, Brussels
The Cinema, Art Brussels Art Fair, Brussels (BE)
April 24 - 27, 2014
www.artbrussels.com
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012) together with works by Orla Barry, Sarah Vanagt, Andrea Geyer, Krassimir Terziev, Mara Montoya, Vincent Meessen



La perception du champ social chez Hamza Halloubi, Pieter Geenen, Sonia Niwemahoro
Art'Contest, Art Brussels Art Fair, Brussels (BE)
April 24 - 27, 2014
www.artbrussels.com
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Exhibition of works by Pieter Geenen, Hamza Halloubi and Sonia Niwemahoro



Memory Migration
Now & After International Video Art Festival, Moscow (RU)
April 2 - 30, 2014
www.now-after.org
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011) in the non-competition program



Political Landscapes in Pieter Geenen's Photofilmic Work
Photofilmic Images in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture
International Conference organized by Centre de recherche en théorie des arts (UCL) and Lieven Gevaert Research Centre for Photography (KU Leuven - UCL)
WIELS, Brussels (BE)
March 15, 2014, 10h15
www.photofilmic.com
www.wiels.org
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Lecture by Jeroen Verbeeck




Offroad - Trajectories for Artists
Publication by Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie
Presentation February 11, 2014, 14h30
Zsenne, Anneessensstraat 2, Brussels (BE)
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This publication offers an insight into the trajectory grants as part of the general Arts policy. The diversity of this policy is made clear by a complete overview and a series of interviews of Brussels based artists.



Beyond the Dutch Mountains Video Festival
Dutch Mountain Film Festival Side Programme, Heerlen (NL)
February 8 - 23, 2014
www.dmff.eu
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Looped screening of works by Jeroen Glas / Arja Hop / Martijn Grooten / Karel Verhoeven / Walter van Broekhuizen & Yarre Stooker / Pieter Geenen / Esther Kokmijer / Eero Heinonen
Selected by Greylight Projects (Hoensbroek/Brussels).
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Landslide
curated by Wouter Huis
Kunstencentrum Signe (KuS), Heerlen (NL)
February 7 - April 6, 2014
www.kunstencentrumsigne.nl
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Group exhibition with Thomas Bernardet / Walter van Broekhuizen / Pieter Geenen / Thomas van Linge / Elke Lutgerink / Joris Perdieus / Joep Vossebeld
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Exhibition of 'pulsation' (2011)



Impressions from the Caucasus
The Caucasus - From Sea to Sea
Pianofabriek, Brussels (BE)
February 6 - 28, 2014
www.pianofabriek.be
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Group exhibition with Meri Badalyan / Emin Beyhan / Stéphanie Cirac / Sophie Hohmann / Pieter Geenen / Derek Prager / Merab Surviladze / Zinaïda Tchelidze / Igor Tohuzaev
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Exhibition of 'relocation' (2011)



Donkervonk
VONK vzw, Hasselt (BE)
October 5 & 6, 2013
vonkhasselt.wordpress.com
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Exhibition and performances by Veronique Alberghs / Johan Bruninx / Jan Delauré / Pieter Geenen / Wouter Huis / Joris Perdieus / Tom Vanuytrecht / Hallveig Ágústsdóttir / Evelien Cammaert
Music by John Connor / MASDA / Meteor Music / Monkeywing / dj Sjatoo / Sabina Toll
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Exhibition of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Dark Meeting
The Big Draw, Darkroom, Ghent (BE)
October 5 & 6, 2013
www.darkroom-ghent.com
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Artistic and scientific experiment with Frans Gentils / Jan Verbruggen / Tamara Van San / Karen Vermeren / Greet Van Autgaerden / Tineke Schuurmans / Eric Van Damme / Gery De Smet / Pieter Geenen / Anton Setola / Kristof Lauwers / Laura Maes
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Presentation of 'nightscape (3)' (2005) and 'nocturne' (2006)



First we take The Hague, then we take Berlin
Kunst en Cultuur aan Huis, Belgian Ambassador's Official Residence, The Hague (NL)
Curator Jan Boelen / Z33
September 5, 2013 - October 15, 2014
(by appointment only)
www.z33.be
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Group exhibition with Sara Bomans / Johan Bruninx / Fia Cielen / Stef Driesen / Pieter Geenen / Frederic Geurts / Daan Gielis / Ives Maes / Philip Metten / Liesje Reyskens / Arno Roncada / Niels Vaes / Koen van den Broek / Filip Van Dingenen / Koen Vanmechelen / Tom Vanuytrecht / Kristof Vrancken / Leon Vranken
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Exhibition of 'nightscape (8)' (2013)



Tren de Sombras
MARFICI Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de Mar del Plata, Mar del Plata (AR)
August 3 - 10, 2013
www.marfici.com
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Exhibition of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Love as seen by Jan Gogola
4 Elements 15th Summer Film Seminar, Banská Stiavnica (SK)
August 7 - 11, 2013
www.4zivly.sk
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Programme 5: History - Whose Truth?
The 6th Bangkok Experimental Film Festival on tour, Future Perfect Gallery, Singapore (SG)
July 12 - 14, 2013
www.futureperfect.asia
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Screening of 'pulsation' (2011)



*** Honourable Mention for 'nocturne #2' at ICDOCS, Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival 2013 ***



Muestra #5 - Proyección #3
International Video Art Festival, Camagüey (CU)
April 24 - 28, 2013
www.videoartencamaguey.blogspot.com
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Screening of 'pulsation' (2011) + panel discussion on 'videoart and public interventions'



Visions Anatopiques 2: Exploration de lieux absents / Don't Forget to Remember
Le Silo, Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), Paris (FR)
April 19, 2013, 18h
www.lesilo.org
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Screening of works by Jem Cohen & Luc Sante / Simon Faithfull / Pieter Geenen / Eléonore de Montesquiou / Yorgos Zoïs
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008) + Q&A



Ghost Town #3
Saison Vidéo, Lille (FR)
April 15 - May 5, 2013
www.saisonvideo.com
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Show 5 - Competitive #3 (Late Night Show)
Iowa City International Documentary Festival, Iowa City (US)
April 11 - 13, 2013
icdocs.wordpress.com
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Parallel Events: Exhibitions
Panazorean International Film Festival, Ponta Delgada, Azores Islands (PT)
April 11 - 20, 2013
www.panazorean.com
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Exhibition of 'relocation' (2011)



La più bella isola del mondo
Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof, Neerpelt (BE) 
March 21 - April 21, 2013
www.dommelhof.be
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Solo exhibition featuring the works 'ansicht' (2005), 'nocturne' (2006), 'nightscape (3)' (2005), 'nightscape (8)' (2013) & 'pulsation' (2011)



Blijven Kijken / Ce qui nous regarde / Dropouts
M - Museum Leuven, Leuven (BE) 
March 28, 20h
www.mleuven.be
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012), 'Swan Song' by Anouk De Clerq & Jerry Galle, and Emiliano Battista on 'After Empire', the book by Herman Asselberghs & Dieter Lesage 



Spring 2013: New Acquisitions in the Black Box - W1: Unconventional Gaze
ARGOS Centre for Art and Media, Brussels (BE)
March 3 - 10, 2013
Opening March 2, 18-21h
www.argosarts.org
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012), and other works by Krassimir Terziev, Shelly Silver & Frances Richard



La condition narrative
Art Souterrain, Montréal (CA)
Curator Alexandra Laudo
March 2 - 17, 2013
www.artsouterrain.com
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Group exhibition with Pieter Geenen / Karlos Gil / Pol Gonzalez / Marla Jacarilla / Kaia Hugin / Tamara Kuselman / Julia Mariscal / Ryan Rivadeneyra / Pedro Torres
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Presentation of 'relocation' (2011)




Blijven Kijken / Ce qui nous regarde / Dropouts
M - Museum Leuven, Leuven (BE)
Curator Pieter Van Bogaert
February 14 - May 12, 2013
Opening February 13, 19h
www.mleuven.be
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Group exhibition with Herman Asselberghs / Anouk De Clerq & Jerry Galle / Mekhitar Garabedian / Pieter Geenen / Elias Heuninck / Wim Janssen / David Larcher / Gorik Lindemans / Renzo Martens / Els Opsomer / Stefaan Quix / Femke Snelting / Els Viaene & Duncan Speakman
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006), 'nightscape (3)' (2005) and première of 'nightscape (8)' (2013)



La condició narrativa (The Narrative Condition)
La Capella, Barcelona (ES)
December 18, 2012 - January 27, 2013
Curator Alexandra Laudo
lacapella.bcn.cat
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Group exhibition with Pieter Geenen / Karlos Gil / Marla Jacarilla / Kaia Hugin / Tamara Kuselman / Julia Mariscal / Ryan Rivadeneyra / Pedro Torres
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Presentation of 'relocation' (2011) + parallel programme of actions in the public sphere



21. dokumentART on Tour
Koeppenhaus, Greifswald (DE)
December 8, 2012
www.koeppenhaus.de
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Green
International Streaming Festival, The Hague (NL)
December 1 - 9, 2012
www.streamingfestival.com
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Siemens award for best short film of the International Competition - Special Mention
Doclisboa International Film Festival 2012, Lisbon (PT)
www.doclisboa.org/2012/en/edicao/premiados/
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Awarded to 'relocation' (2011)



International Competition - Short Films
Doclisboa International Film Festival, Lisbon (PT)
October 18 - 28, 2012
www.doclisboa.org
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Artist's Films
Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York (UK)
November 8 - 11, 2012
www.asff.co.uk
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Competition Bloc 7
dokumentART European Film Festival for Documentaries, Neubrandenburg (DE) & Szczecin (PL)
November 16 - 20, 2012
www.dokumentart.org
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Gaza International Festival for Video Art
Bethlehem/Gaza City/Jerusalem (PS/IL)
June 19 - 26, 2012
www.gfvart.ps
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Seeking the Monkey King
Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival, Chicago (US)
June 21 - 24, 2012
www.chicagofilmmakers.org/onion_fest/
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Screening of 'nocturne #2' (2012) - international première



Venice Art Night
Telecom Future Center, Venice (IT)
June 23, 2012
www.virgo.unive.it/artnightvenezia/
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Screening of 'pulsation' (2011)



ambient / socio-climate
Crosstalk Video Art Festival, Budapest (HU)
June 7 - 10, 2012
www.crosstalk.hu
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Screening of 'pulsation' (2011)



Cinema without border
One Shot International Short Film Festival, Yerevan (AM)
May 24 - 31, 2012
www.accea.info
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Les Confessions
Eglise Saint-Loup, Lieux-Communs, Namur (BE)
May 17 - June 3, 2012
Opening May 17, 19h30
www.lieuxcommunsnamur.com
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Group exhibition with Pieter Geenen / Mehdi-Georges Lahlou / Mireille Liénard / Tinka Pittoors / Stéphanie Roland / Aurore Vandember / Koen Vanmechelen
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Presentation of 'relocation' (2011)



Parallel Worlds
Manifesta 9 Parallel Events, CIAP, Hasselt (BE)
June 2 - September 30, 2012
Opening June 2, 15h www.ciap.be
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Group exhibition with Elise Berkvens / Fia Cielen / Caroline Coolen / Pieter Geenen / Frederic Geurts / Peter Hulsmans / Karl Philips / Arno Roncada / Filip Van Dingenen / Koen Vanmechelen
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Presentation of 'nocturne #2' (2012)



Re/Theorisation of Heritage - Memory and the Moving Image
Association of Critical Heritage Studies, Inaugural Conference, Faculty of Science, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg (SE)
June 5 - 8, 2012
www.science.gu.se
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011) + lecture on the alternative narrative and formal strategies of 'relocation', in relation to heritage, memory and the passage of time



RE:Converse #01 - Carbon Prints
Manifesta 9 Parallel Events, be-Mine, Beringen (BE)
curators Liesje Reyskens & Kristof Vrancken
June 9 - September 30, 2012
Opening June 9, 11h
www.reconverse.be
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Group exhibition with Patrick Ceyssens / Pieter Geenen / Joris Perdieus / Liesje Reyskens / Remco Roes / Jonny Vekemans / Kristof Vrancken
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Paysages Occupés #2
Saison Vidéo, Lille (FR)
June 11 - 30, 2012
www.saisonvideo.com
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)



Experiment 6
Experiments in Cinema v7.9, Albuquerque (US)
April 16 - 21, 2012
www.experimentsincinema.com
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Ghost Town #1
Saison Vidéo, Lille (FR)
April 16 - May 1, 2012
www.saisonvideo.com
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



From the Other Side
European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück (DE)
April 18 - 22, 2012
www.emaf.de
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Art'Contest
Media Lane, Art Brussels, Brussels (BE)
April 18 - 22, 2012
www.artbrussels.be
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Presentation of two pictures from the 'scènes troublées' (2009) series at the booth of Art'Contest.




Pieter Geenen - Winner Art'Contest 2011
Museum of Ixelles, Brussels (BE)
April 20 - May 20, 2012
Opening April 19, 17-20h www.museumvanelsene.irisnet.be
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Solo exhibition featuring the works 'ansicht' (2005), 'nocturne' (2006), 'relocation' (2011) and 'pulsation' (2011).



Horizon 3: F.E.A.K. - Between Memory and Representation
De Bond, Bruges (BE)
curators Bizhan Mouradipour, Pawel Jankowsky, Michel Dewilde
April 21 - May 20, 2012
Opening April 21, 19h
www.ccbrugge.be
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Group exhibition with Daniël Dewaele / Pieter Geenen / Wesley Meuris / Jasper Rigole / Els Vanden Meersch.
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Première of 'nocturne #2' (2012), recorded in Tehran in the spring of 2011.



Market Screening: ARGOS
International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen (DE)
April 26 - May 1, 2012
www.kurzfilmtage.de
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



SALVO
Annie Gentils Gallery, Antwerp (BE)
March 16 - May 5, 2012
Opening March 15, 18h
www.anniegentilsgallery.com
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Group exhibition featuring the work 'Gun Shot' by Kris Vleeschouwer. With Danny Devos (DDV) / Filip Francis / Andrea Galiazzo / Pieter Geenen / Ruben Kindermans / Charlotte Schleiffert / Keiko Sato / Marc Vanderleenen / Lore Van Elslande / Filip Vervaet / Herman Van Ingelgem / Andrew Webb / Stephen Willats / Dirk Zoete
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Presentation of 'nightscape (3)' (2005)



6th Arte Laguna International Art Prize
Nappe of Arsenale, Venice (IT)
March 17 - April 1, 2012
Opening and Award Ceremony March 17, 18h
www.artelagunaprize.com
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Group exhibition and selection for the Arte Laguna International Art Prize, section Video Art.
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Presentation of 'pulsation' (2011)



Unconventional Gazes - An ARGOS Carte Blanche
Vidéographies[21] Festival des images expérimentales et numériques, Liège (BE)
March 21, 2012, 20-22h
www.videographies.be
www.argosarts.org
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Screening program with recent work from the ARGOS collection by Pieter Geenen / Sarah Vanagt / Krassimir Terziev / Shelly Silver & Frances Richard / Nicolas Provost.
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Now You See It
Experimental Film Festival, Bangkok (TH)
January 24 - February 5, 2012
www.beffbeff.com
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Screening of 'pulsation' (2011)



DINAMO Press & Industry Screenings 4
Spectrum Shorts, International Film Festival, Rotterdam (NL)
January 25 - February 5, 2012
www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Isfth Outlines
Streaming Festival, The Hague (NL)
December 1 - 18, 2011
www.streamingfestival.com
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011) and 'pulsation' (2011)



European Competition
dokumentART European Film Festival for Documentaries, Neubrandenburg (DE) / Szczecin (PL)
www.dokumentart.org
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Honourable mention for 'relocation' (2011)



Art/Experimental
Aesthetica Short Film Festival, York (UK)
November 3 - 6, 2011
www.asff.co.uk
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



European Competition
dokumentART European Film Festival for Documentaries, Neubrandenburg (DE) / Szczecin (PL)
November 4 - 9, 2011
www.dokumentart.org
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



International Selection - Independent Category
Bandits-Mages Festival, Bourges (FR)
November 16 - 20, 2011
www.bandits-mages.com
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



First Laureate Art'Contest 2011
Art'Contest, Brussels (BE)
www.artcontest.be
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Winner of Prix Fondation Henri Servais (¤ 6.000), solo exhibition at Museum of Ixelles, Brussels in 2012 and a trip to Frieze Art Fair, London



EX-Now 4
EXiS Experimental Film and Video Festival, Seoul (KR)
September 1 - 7, 2011
www.ex-is.org
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Art'Contest 2011
Espace Black Box, Brussels (BE)
September 2 - 9, 2011
www.artcontest.be
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Group exhibition and art contest with Gert De Clerq / Marco di Carlo / Marion Fabien / Pieter Geenen / Hamza Halloubi / Katrin Kamrau / Lea Mayer / Mikhail Porollo / Antoine Vanoverschelde / Cédriec Van Turtelboom
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Presentation of 'relocation' (2011) and 'pulsation' (2011)



Soundspace
CIAP, Hasselt (BE)
September 9 - October 9, 2011
www.ciap.be
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Group exhibition with Paul Devens / Frederik De Wilde / Pieter Geenen / Erwin Stache
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Presentation of 'pulsation' (2011)



Looking Outward, Looking Inward. New audiovisual essays from Belgium
KASKcinema, Ghent (BE)
September 28, 2011
www.kaskcinema.be
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Screening of 'pulsation' (2011)



Shorts Program 6
Onion City Experimental Film Festival, Chicago (US)
June 23 - 26, 2011
www.chicagofilmmakers.org/onion_fest
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



FLUXUS
FLUXUS International Film Festival on the Internet, São Paulo (BR)
June 28 - November 31, 2011
www.fluxusonline.com
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Expositions
FIDMArseille International Documentary Film Festival, Marseille (FR)
June 30 - July 11, 2011
www.fidmarseille.org
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Group exhibition at Galerie Montgrand, Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Marseille.
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Presentation of 'relocation' (2011)



Memory
International Documentary and Anthropology Film Festival, Pärnu (EE)
July 4 - 24, 2011
www.chaplin.ee
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Guest City Bruxelles / Brussel: Politics of Perception
VIDEOEX Festival, Zürich (CH)
curators Stoffel Debuysere & Maria Palacios Cruz
May 21 - 29, 2011
www.videoex.ch
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



International Program 1
Media City Film Festival, Windsor (Ontario, CA)
May 24 - 28, 2011
www.mediacityfilmfestival.com
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



FREESTATE - Splendid Isolation (Young Belgian Art)
Oosteroever, Oostende (BE)
curated by Stoffel Debuysere & Maria Palacios Cruz, Komplot, Christophe De Jaeger, Tanguy Eeckhout, Laurence Dujardyn
June 25 - September 11, 2011
www.free-state.be
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Group exhibition with Collectif Jessica Baxter / Astrid Bossuyt / Delphine Deguislage / Nick Ervinck / Patrice Gaillard & Claude / Mekhitar Garabedian / Pieter Geenen / Filip Gilissen / Kati Heck / Jimmy Kets / Jasper Rigole / Matthieu Ronsse / Sarah & Charles / Ief Spincemaille / Ante Timmermans / Dennis Tyfus / Philippe Van Wolputte / Vadim Vosters / Leon Vranken / Freek Wambacq / Sung-A Yoon
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Presentation of 'nightscape (3)' (2005), 'nocturne' (2006) and 'pulsation' (2011)
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Première of 'pulsation', which (after 'nostalgia' in 2009) is a second work about the experience of the Cypriot landscape. Since its division, the landmark of a Turkish Cypriot flag identifies the landscape. It is acting as a provocation to the Greek Cypriots across the UN buffer zone, day and night. In 'pulsation' the sound this flag generates, resonates like a strong heartbeat over the landscape.


Avant Garde Programme II
35th Hong Kong International Film Festival, Hong Kong (HK)
March 20 - April 5, 2011
www.hkiff.org.hk
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



The Other Side
Courtisane Festival, Ghent (BE)
March 30 - April 3, 2011
www.courtisane.be
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)



Distant Montage
Ecole régionale des beaux-arts (ERBA), Valence (FR)
February 25 - March 11, 2011
Curator VIncent Meessen
www.erba-valence.fr
www.normal.be
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Exhibition with Mekhitar Garabedian / Nora Martirosyan / Slavs & Tatars
workshop with new work by Sarkis Paradjanian / Uriel Orlow / Pieter Geenen
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Screening of 'relocation' (2011)






Paysages / Films et Vidéos
FRAC Basse-Normandie, Caen (FR)
January 31 - February 6, 2011
Video programme compiled by Transat Vidéo (Caen) and Argos Centre for Art & Media (Brussels)
www.frac-bn.org
www.transatvideo.org
www.argosarts.org
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Pieter Geenen / Bernard Gigounon / Hans Op de Beeck / Vincent Meessen
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)



Video Hall
Art Rotterdam, Gallery Annie Gentils, NAi Pavilion, Rotterdam (NL)
February 10 - 13, 2011
www.artrotterdam.nl
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Screening of 'nocturne' (2006)



Mekhitar Garabedian - Pieter Geenen - Slavs and Tatars: Le Mont Analogue
Be-Part Platform for Contemporary Art, Waregem (BE)
February 20 - April 4, 2011
opening February 19, 17h
curator Bram Van Damme
www.bepartlive.org
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Exhibition with work by Mekhitar Garabedian / Pieter Geenen / Slavs and Tatars.
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Première of 'relocation (objects in the mirror are further than they appear)' (2011), a new video reflecting on the iconologic value of Mount Ararat, the most important national symbol of Armenia, and on how it determines Armenian identity. Since 1915 Mount Ararat is located just across the other side of the closed border with Turkey.
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Produced as artist in residence at ACOSS, Yerevan
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With the support of Be-Part Platform for Contemporary Art, Spes Foundation, European Cultural Foundation/Step Beyond, Open Society Institute, Flemish Authorities






Open Archives #2 - Reflections on Contemporary Art, Media Culture and Archiving
Argos Centre for Art & Media, Brussels (BE)
October 30 - December 11, 2010
www.argosarts.org
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'Black Outs - The Eclipse of the Image as a Strategy for Visibility'
12h00 - 19h00, November 3, 2010
Screening of 'nocturne' (2006)
With work by Herman Asselberghs / Mekhitar Garabedian / Annik Leroy / Angel Vergara / Laurent Van Lancker & Florence Aigner
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'Buffer Zones - Reflections on Transitional Areas'
12h00 - 19h00, November 17, 2010
Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)
With work by Ursula Biemann / Herman Asselberghs / Raphaël Cuomo & Maria Iorio
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'Open Archives, Active Archives? - #2: Writing with Video. An Evening with Pieter Geenen. Discussions, Screenings and Presentations'
20h30 - 22h30, December 10, 2010
Constant started the Active Archives project in 2006 with the observation that most online archives fall into the traditional model of ’we’ (the institution) transmitting information to ’you’ (the visitor). They recreate the physical archivists’ box, prioritising preservation and integrity of the single object over the link-ability and potential for multiplication through sharing that digital collections could thrive on. They are certainly not presented as a means for creating derivative works. If we understand the web not simply as a means of distribution, but a space for (collaborative) writing, prototyping, and developing ideas, how can archives take part in this net-nature? How can archives be active beyond preservation and access? What would it take to give material away and receive it transformed? How would files be enriched by different connections, contexts and contradictions? In dialogue with artists represented in the Argos collection, Constant interrogates the active potential of the online media archive. Mixing screenings, live-interviews and presentations, we will discuss moral and legal ownership, contracts and licenses, annotation and access.



IN OUT Festival
Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk (PL)
October 21 - 22, 2010
www.dokumentart.info
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009) and 'atlantis' (2008)



Views from the Avant-Garde: Sea Scrolls
New York Film Festival, Lincoln Center, New York (US)
September 30 - October 3, 2010
Curated by Mark McElhatten & Gavin Smith
www.filmlinc.com/nyff/2010
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



For Real - 28 Utopian Projections in Public Space
Maastricht (NL) & Hasselt (BE)
October 1 - 31, 2010
Curated by Bart van den Boom
www.for-real.eu
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Group exhibition with Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács / Thomas Bürke / Brody Condon / Chris Cornish / Erwin Driessens & Maria Verstappen / Stephen Honegger / Harald Hund & Paul Horn / Dagmar Keller & Martin Wittwer / Clare Langan / Michael Najjar / Jan van Neunen / David O’Reilly / Saskia Olde Wolbers / Jacco Olivier / Hans Op de Beeck / Joris Perdieus / Nicolas Provost / Christine Rebet / Hiraki Sawa / Monica Studer & Christoph van den Berg / Mungo Thomson / Markus Vater
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Presentation of 'gaze (6)' (2005)



Manières Noires/Black Outs
BAM (Beaux-Arts Mons), Mons (BE)
October 2, 2010 - February 13, 2011
Video programme compiled by Paul Willemsen/Argos Centre for Art and Media
www.bam.mons.be
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With Mekhitar Garabedian / Annik Leroy / Sebastian Diaz Morales / Angel Vergara / Laurent Van Lancker & Florence Aigner / Aldo Tambellini
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



videoArt
dokumentArt European Documentary Film Festival, Neubrandenburg (DE) & Szczecin (PL)
October 8 - 13, 2010
Curated by Antoni Karwowski
www.dokumentart.info
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Group exhibition with Paulo Abreu / Michal Brzezinski / Vesna Bukovec / Zlatko Cosic / Alec Crichton / Rainer Gamsjäger / Takahiro Hirata / Joanna Polak / Noah Klersfeld / Lenka Klimesová / Ulf Kristiansen / Wai Kit Lam / Johann Lurf / Kai Lossgott / Paulína Macáková / Gillian McIver / Charlotte Merino / Matias Montarce / Stina Pehrsdotter / Mikey Peterson / Janna Riabowa & Tatjana de Luxe / Avi Rosen / Peter Rosvik / Sam Smith / Maja stefancíková / Simone Stoll / Arthur Tuoto / Robbert Weide
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Presentation of 'gaze (6)' (2005) and 'gaze (7)' (2009)



Belgium INC*
Mohsen Art Gallery, Tehran (IR)
August 28, 2010
Curated by Michel Dewilde
www.parkingallery.com
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With Jasper Rigole / Nel Aerts / Kelly Schacht / Bram De Jonghe / Rozemarijn Spilliaert / Daniel Dewaele
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)



The War Will Not Take Place
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (DE)
June 29 - July 4, 2010
www.art-action.org
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Mèdit Art
Mèdit Festival de Cinema Mediterrani de Ciutadella de Menorca, Menorca (ES)
July 7 - 25, 2010
Curated by Alexandra Laudo + HAMACA media & video art distribution
www.medit.es
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Group exhibition with Mounira Al Sohl / Zineb Sedira / Març Rabal / Mihai Grecu / Rogelio López / Valeriano López
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Living Spaces
All Art Now 2nd International New Media Art Fesival, Damascus (SY)
May 25 - 30, 2010
www.allartnow.com
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)



Cross-talks
Crosstalk Video Art Festival, Budapest (HU)
June 1 - 6, 2010
www.crosstalk.hu
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)



Souvenirs from Earth Cable TV Station broadcasting Film and Video Art in France and Germany
Weekly TV broadcasting of 'atlantis' (2008) and 'gaze (7)' (2009)
Starting May 20, 2010
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www.souvenirsfromearth.tv



Between You and Me
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, Tabacalera (future National Centre for Visual Arts), Madrid (ES)
April 12 - 21, 2010
www.art-action.org
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Group exhibition with Patrick Bernatchez / Tony Cokes / Eric Convents & Roger Steylaerts / Diego Del Pozo Barriuso / Peter Downsbrough / Chia-wei Hsu / Ryoji Ikeda / Joan Leandre / Anthony McCall / Francis Naranjo / Natacha Nisic / Hans Op de Beeck / RYBN / Manuel Saiz / Alexander Schellow / Antoine Schmitt
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Presentation of 'atlantis' (2008)



The War Will Not Take Place
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (ES)
April 14, 2010 - 17h30
www.art-action.org

Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Camera Eye Essence
April Meetings Festival, Belgrade (RS)
April 13 - 15, 2010
www.skc.org.rs/aprilski-susreti.html
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009)



Out of Control: Le Théâtre de l'autorité
BIP 2010, 7th International Biennial of Photography and Visual Arts, Liège (BE)
February 28 - April 25, 2010
www.bip-liege.org
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Group exhibition with Alphonse Bertillon / Nico Bick / Cable 88 / Nicolas Clement / Anne Daems / Lucinda Devlin / Exposition A Bomb / Harun Farocki / Claudio Hils / Jürgen Klauke / Ange Leccia / Jacques Lizene / Philippe Meste / Anne Michaux / Olivier Mirguet / Simon Norfolk / Trevor Paglen / Mathieu Pernot / Willem Popelier / Paul Seawright / Katja Stuke / Els Vanden Meersch / Marc Wilwert
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Europe's Antivirus-System - In/Visibilities of Border and Migration in Film
arttransponder, Berlin (DE)
March 2 - 3, 2010
www.arttransponder.net
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Screening of 'nocturne' (2006)



Beyond the Border
Courtisane Festival, Ghent (BE)
March 17 - 21, 2010
www.courtisane.be
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Screening of 'nostalgia' (2009) as part of the National Competition Selection



Night Vision - An evening on... illuminating darkness
Courtisane Festival, Ghent (BE)
March 18, 2010
www.courtisane.be
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Audio performance of 'nightscape (3)' (2005)



Digikunst
cc De Schakel, Waregem (BE)
March 1 - 21, 2010
www.ccdeschakel.be
www.kunstinhuis.be
This group exhibition presents a selection of video works from the collection of Kunst In Huis.
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Land Ahead
Annie Gentils Gallery, Antwerp (BE)
January 31 - March 20, 2010
opening Saturday January 30, 15h - 18h
nocturne Thursday March 11, 18h - 21h
www.anniegentilsgallery.com
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Solo exhibition with video and photographic works from the 'gaze' series, 'ansicht' series and others.



Blind Date II - Sound and Vision in Private
Sportimonium, Hofstade (BE)
January  29 - March 26, 2010
opening Thursday January 28, 19h
curated by Pieter Vermeulen & Vincent Verbist (Actionfields)
www.sportimonium.be
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Group exhibition with Sarah Bomans / Frederik De Wilde / Pieter Geenen / Nathalie Hunter / Ben Kruisdijk & Conny Kuilboer / Kristin Rogghe / Arno Roncado / Weyers & Borms
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Presentation of 'nightscape (2)' and 'nightscape (3)' (2005)



La guerre n'aura pas lieu
Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, Centre Pompidou, Paris (FR)
November 30 - December 9, 2009
www.art-action.org
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



The Moving Land
A publication on the work of Pieter Geenen
Published by bkSM, Strombeek/Mechelen
ISBN 9789077193259
Texts: Herman Asselberghs & Luk Lambrecht
Images: Pieter Geenen
Design: Studio Luc Derycke
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'The Moving Land' is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Shot by Both Sides', a bkSM project with work by Johan Grimonprez & Pieter Geenen.
Book presentation December 2, 20h30 Cultuurcentrum Mechelen (BE)






Kino Pravda
Northern Film Festival, Leeuwarden (NL)
November 11 - 15, 2009
www.mediaartfriesland.nl
www.noordelijkfilmfestival.nl
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008) as part of the Frisian Media Art Competition (FIMAC).



Time is a Book
Time Festival, Ghent (BE)
Booklaunch: November 13, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Curators Dirk Braeckman & Els Dietvorst
www.timefestival.be
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Time 2009 is the ninth and last edition of Time Festival and above all, a statement by the curators Dirk Braeckman and Els Dietvorst.

Time 2009 is a book. A place to think rather than an event. In the rat race of life, this edition of the festival wants to give more time rather than taking it.

'Time is a Book' wants to create a temporary vacuum. A vacuum based on the 'condition' of someone who picks up a book, takes time and reads and looks. This vacuum, the locus of meandering thought, is the solitary place where people can engage intimately with their worries and anxieties, the place where people can gather, consider and try things out. The place where inspiration can be found, but where things and ideas, even if incomplete, can be experimented with.

An important keynote for 'Time is a Book' is the disquiet and concern that both curators share. Disquiet about the future of the arts and, above all, concern about the future of the world. With 'Time is a Book', Dirk Braeckman en Els Dietvorst want to seek out the way other artists deal with this disquiet. They invited about 50 artists to come up with a personal response on specific questions, which can take any one of many different forms: "What acts as the catalyst for your work (the frame of reference, the circumstances, the 'sources of inspiration')? What do you want to show through your work? What does commitment (artistic and other) mean to you? Do you want to be 'radical' and, if so, is that actually feasible?"

This question is presented not as a survey, but as an open invitation to come up with a personal response, which can take any one of many different forms, such as a reflection on one aspect, an excerpt from a diary, a conversation, an interview or a visual contribution. The result is a surprising, experimental space on paper, a sketchbook of virtual ideas and real dreams.

The authors: ACM & Els Dietvorst - Robert Adams - Philip Aguirre y Otegui - Chantal Akerman - Herman Asselberghs - Orla Barry - John Berger - Yves Berger & Daniel Michiels - Wang Bing - Bitter/Weber - Dirk Braeckman & Peter Verhelst - Bureau d'Etude - Boris Charmatz - Wim Cuyvers - Carl De Keyzer - Clayton Eshleman - Belu Simion Fainaru - Jasmina Fekovic - Nikolaus Gansterer - Mekhitar Garabedian - Pieter Geenen - Elias Grootaers - Jitka Hanzlova - Stefan Hertmans - Suchan Kinoshita - Mark Klett - Franciska Lambrechts - Marije Langelaar - Dirk Lauwaert - Lynne Cohen & Andrew Lugg - Mark Manders - Susan Meiselas - Jean-Luc Moulène - Simon Norfolk - Honoré d'O - Ben Okri - Rimini Protokoll Produktionsburo - Martha Rosler - Gerry Smith - Guy Tillum - Moniek Toebosch - Ana Torfs - Marc Trivier - Jens Ullrich - An van. Dienderen - Sarah Vanagt - Apichatpong Weerasethakul - Eliot Weinberger - Lawrence Weiner - Katarina Zdjelar - Howard Zinn

'Time is a Book' is not an end but a starting point and wants to stimulate debate and reflection. Time Circles is an initiative in which a number of like-minded Flemish and Brussels organizations use the book as a source of inspiration to mount a project within the framework of their own activities and Time Out consists of a series of six debates, at six Ghent organizations between15th and 26th of November.



Experimental Base
Streaming Festival, 4th International Festival for Audio Visual Art, The Hague (NL)
November 25 - 30, 2009
www.streamingfestival.com
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Online screening of 'atlantis' (2008)





bkSM #8: Shot by Both Sides - Pieter Geenen & Johan Grimonprez
October 18 - December 10, 2009
Opening Cultuurcentrum, Strombeek: Fri, October 16, 19h
Opening De Garage, Mechelen: Sun, October 18, 13h
Curators Luk Lambrecht & Koen Leemans
www.ccstrombeek.be
www.cultuurcentrummechelen.be
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The new bkSM (beeldende kunsten Strombeek Mechelen) exhibition is a duo-exhibition with works by Pieter Geenen and Johan Grimonprez. In this exhibition Pieter Geenen will present two new works, 'scènes troublées' and 'nostalgia', together with 'nocturne' (2006).
'scènes troublées' is a slide installation made of found photographs showing landscapes in the region of eastern Congo and Rwanda. These black & white images were taken by Belgian colonials in the early fourties of the 20th century. 'nostalgia' on the other hand is a single channel video work about the divided country of Cyprus. In all these works Geenen focuses on the 'innocence' of landscapes in different social political situations.

For this occasion 'The Moving Land', a publication on the work of Pieter Geenen with texts by Luk Lambrecht & Herman Asselberghs is being published and will be available on both exhibition locations (Cultuurcentrum Strombeek & De Garage Mechelen).



Imagine an (Im)Possible Future
VAD International Video and Digital Arts Festival, Girona (ES)
October 15 - 25, 2009
www.vadfestival.net
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



An evening with Auguste Orts #6: an evening on landscape
Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)
June 27, 2009
www.augusteorts.be
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Looking at a landscape is not necessarily an invitation to look at that mountain or this building in a landscape. A beautiful panorama or a breathtaking vista rather invites us to look at nothing in particular, to loose oneself in looking itself. For this sixth instalment of An evening with Auguste Orts at Beursschouwburg, Auguste Orts presents a full evening program on audiovisual landscape art in which mountains, buildings and similar hard objects (and maybe the image itself?) ask for attention and do block our view. Consider this an invitation to look at (and listen to) some particular things.
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With work by Aglaia Konrad / Sophie Nys / Robbrecht Desmet / Paul Casaer / Pieter Geenen / Inger Lise Hansen / Donia Dabbas / Martiens Go Home.



De jongens werden vrouwen en mannen
De Velinx, Tongeren (BE)
June 14 - August 28, 2009
Curator Dan Holsbeek
www.develinx.be
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Group exhibition with Bart Slangen / Ellen Visschers / Lucas Pellens & Stefan Custers / Christophe Meul / Caroline Coolen / Kristof Vrancken / Sara Bomans.



Last Day of Magic
ScalaMata Gallery, Détournement Venise, 53rd Venice Biennial, Venice (IT)
June 4 - 26, 2009
Curator Jan Van Woensel
www.detournement-venise.org
www.scalamata.com
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As part of the 53rd Venice Biennial's official satellite project 'Détournement Venise 2009' Pieter Geenen's video 'atlantis' will be screened during 'Last Day of Magic' at the ScalaMata Gallery in Venice, Italy. This video screening project is curated by Jan Van Woensel and started as an art and theory workshop at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. On June 4th the program wil open at 5 pm and screenings run until 8 pm. After this day all videos will remain available for screening in the gallery until June 26.

'Last Day of Magic' is an examination of illusion as well as disillusion that magic provides in culture: the search for the intangible; the revealing of deception, the removal of what's obscuring. Magic changes the perception of reality. Last day of Magic video is a curated film screening about secrets, lies, false beliefs, melancholy, disappearance, tragedy and transgression.
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Other works by Vanessa Albury / Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock / Armelle Aulestia / Stephan Balleux / blackmoth / Bosko Blagojevic / Sara Blaylock / Rudi Bogaerts / Dolores Bouckaert & Benny Vandendriessche / Monika Bravo / Fia Cielen / Pierre Clemens / Aoife Collins / Marthe Fortun / Anthony Fuller / Matthew Green / Mark Gubb / Bettina Hutschek / Swati Khurana / Melanie Lafille / Lauren Lavitt / Michael Mallis / Jenny Marketou / David Matorin / Yvette Mattern / Jillian McDonald / Martin Murphy / Rebecca Najdowski / Alexandra Navratil / Ruth Oppenheim / Deniz Ozuygur / Jenny Perlin / Lee Ranaldo / Steve Schepens / Tim Segers / Joaquin Segura / Sigga Björg Sigurdardóttir / Eric Van Hove / Ana Wolovick / Frank Zadlo



Instabil
Synoptic Visionaudial Art Meeting, Pécs (HU)
June 15 - 20, 2009
Curators Péter Lovas and Szolga Hajnal
www.sosemart.hu
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Group exhibition with Masha Godovannaya / Kimberly Clark / Eiko Grimberg / Vasarhelyi Zsolt / Németh Hajnal / Esterhazy Marcell / Uglar Csaba / Marc Bijl / Nemes Csaba / Sugar Janos / Larissa Sansour / Szacsva & Pal / Ulu Braun & Alexej Tchernyi / Ninon Liotet & Olivier Schulbaum / Stanislav Veselovsky
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Presentation of 'atlantis' (2008)



The Spirit That Guides Us
Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival, Chicago (US)
June 16 - 20, 2009
www.chicagofilmmakers.org
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Cross- talks 1
Crosstalk Video Art Festival, Budapest (HU)
June 25 - 30, 2009
www.crosstalk.hu
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Urbania I: Cityminds
Apollo Arthotel, Bruges (BE)
From June 12 - November 20, 2009
Opening Thursday June 11, 19h - Apollo Arthotel, Bruges
www.apollohotelsresorts.com/brugge/
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The urge for growth can be seen at all societal levels; our changing world with increased mobility, faster communication techniques, larger cities and ever-growing populations all results in, as yet, inestimable proportions. During this exhibition we see how different artists translate their image of ‘the city’ in their work. Some pieces of work depict an optimistic view of the future, whilst others show how city dwellers currently experience and interpret cities.
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Pieter Geenen will present his latest video 'gaze (7)' (2009) from the 'gaze' series, and three earlier sound pieces from the 'nightscape' series.
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Other works by Randall C. / Monique Voz / Tinka Pittoors / Conrad Willems / Saar De Buysere



International Program II
Media City International Festival of Film & Video Art, Windsor (CA)
May 20 - 23, 2009
www.houseoftoast.ca
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



How to Look at Things
Courtisane Festival, Ghent (BE)
April 22 - 26, 2009
www.courtisane.be
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)



Biotopia
European Media Art Festival ,Osnabrück (DE)
April 22 - 26, 2009
www.emaf.de
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008)





Pieter Geenen & Lukas Hoffman: Artist Talk
Filmhuis Klappei / AIR Antwerp (BE)
February 5, 19h30
www.airantwerpen.be
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Pieter Geenen (BE, ° 1979, lives and works in Brussels) and Lukas Hoffmann (CH, ° 1981, lives and works in Paris) met last fall while staying at AIR, the international artist-in-residency program in Antwerp. As a conclusion to their residency they’re presenting their work together during an 'artist talk'.
In his photographs, Lukas questions the term of landscape by considering trees, wires or concrete walls as elements which, in the final composition, can result in tension, harmony, sometimes chaos. But: never an effect, never an anecdote. Nothing but the things the way they are.
Pieter, on the other hand, is interested in the landscape as a bearer of meaning, how landscape and man can relate to each other. In his videos and audiovisual installations listening and watching becomes intense, alienating, contemplating and almost tangible in an undisturbed stillness.
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During this artist talk Pieter will give a preview of the video 'gaze - 7' which he produced during his residency.



All Art Now
All Art Now 1st International Video Art Festival, Damascus (SY)
February 3 - 14, 2009
www.allartnow.com
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Screening of 'atlantis' (2008) and 'nocturne' (2006)



Atlantis
Bogardenkapel, Bruges (BE)
January 10 - February 9, 2009
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This exhibition is a coproduction between Cultuurcentrum Brugge and the city of Bruges, and is part of the Input/Output award won by Pieter Geenen in 2007.
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Solo screening of 'Atlantis' (2008)



AIR Antwerp, artist in residence
From October to December Pieter Geenen is artist in residence at AIR, Antwerp. Because of AIR's unique location between the city and the immense port of Antwerp he will create new work inspired by the sights and sounds and the spatial experience of the vast area this world port is.
During this residency he will have an 'artist talk' in which he'll present his work. More information on this soon.
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www.airantwerpen.be



Glocal Affairs. Where Are You
Maastricht (NL)
November 2 - 30, 2008
Curator Jean Boumans
www.glocalaffairs.eu
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At a variety of locations in Dutch Limburg and the Meuse-Rhine Euregion, 'Glocal Affairs' brings together works by more than eighty visual artists, combining them into an exhibition presenting a reflection on the global-local interface in contemporary art and showcasing the present state of contemporary art in the region.
'Glocal Affairs' is an initiative as an impetus towards making Maastricht and the surrounding region European Capital of Culture in 2018.
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Première of 'atlantis' (2008)



Blind Date. Sound & Vision in Private
Actionfields Temporary Art Gallery, Brussels (BE)
November 14 - December 7, 2008
www.actionfields.be
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In contemporary art, sensuous experiences depend mostly on eyes and ears. But what remains if these precious senses refuse to work? Is it possible to translate art to people with a visual or auditory handicap? How different will their experience be? And what about the tactile sense in art?
Ten artists are prepared to take this interesting challenge. They will invite the visitor to a blind date, an unforeseen or unheard confrontation with the 'other'. With widely divergent works they are willing to risk a leap in the dark, taking the public into the margin of art.
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Selected artists: Sara Bomans / Michael Bonne / Frederik De Wilde / Pieter Geenen / Nathalie Hunter / Ben Kruisdijk / Conny Kuilboer / Kristin Rogghe / Arno Roncada / Weyers & Borms



nominee Rodenbach Fonds Award
In January the Rodenbach Fonds presented the first Art Award for Professional Talent. President of the jury Jan Hoet recently announced the 20 nominees for this award, which he selected out of 175 applicants together with jury member Luc Huysman:
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Ada Van Hoorebeke - Andreas Stoffels - Anton Cotteleer - Charlotte Lybeer - Clemence De Limburg - Fabian Luyten - Frederik De Wilde - Gregory & Nicolas Leroy - Hans Demeulenaere - Jonas Vansteenkiste - Judit Hettema - Koen Van Den Broek - Marie Rosen - Nick Ervinck - Pieter Geenen - Steve Schepens - Sven Overheul - Tessy Bauer - Tim M.C. Volckaert - Wesley Meuris
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In October the complete jury (Jan Hoet, Luc Huysman, Stephan Vanfleteren, Stany Crets, Luc Zeebroek, Willem Elias & Kris van 't Hof) will select three artists to win the first price of 15 000 euro, a second price of 3000 euro and a third price of 2000 euro. The winners will be announced on October 21 at the Higher Institute for Fine Arts (HISK) in Ghent where they will exhibit their work until November 2.
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www.rodenbach.be



Pieter Geenen nominee 'Parkstad Limburgprijs 2008', Heerlen (NL)
The 'Parkstad Limburgprijs' is an award given every four years to a young artist originated in Dutch or Belgian Limburg. The winner receives a money prize of 10 000 euro. Previous winners were Paul Devens (1996, NL), Hadassah Emmerich (2000, NL) and Bas De Wit (2004, NL). This year's nominees are: Jowan Van Barneveld (NL), Jeroen Van Bergen (NL), Caroline Coolen (BE), Birgitta Van Drie (NL), Pieter Geenen (BE), Sidi El Karchi (NL), Robert Lambermont (NL) and Mirjam Van Tilburg (NL). A group show with work of all nominees will open on April 17 at Stadsgalerij, Heerlen. During this opening the winner will also be announced.
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www.parkstadlimburgprijs.nl
www.stadsgalerijheerlen.nl



Blurring the Terrain or Landscape as a Verb
Images Festival, Toronto (CA)
April 3-12, 2008
www.imagesfestival.com
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Screening of 'nocturne' (2006) as part of the international competition.



No Place - Like Home. Perspectives on Migration in Europe
Argos Centre for Art and Media, Brussels (BE)
April 12 - June 21, 2008
Curator Paul Willemsen
www.argosarts.org
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'No Place - Like Home' is an international group exhibition on the topic of borders, economic immigration, refugees and asylum seekers, with contributions by contemporary visual artists, film and video makers. The exhibition takes a closer look at what lies concealed beneath the surface of the immigration issue: the inequality between North and South, tendencies in a globalized economy, political-social processes in Europe. Simultaneous to this exhibition screenings will be held of film and video works, as well as lectures. With regards to promotion and the parallel programme this project will be organized together with the broader social midfield of organisations which is socially active surrounding the topic of immigration.
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Works by Miguel Abad / An Architektur / Xavier Arenós / Herman Asselberghs / Federico Baronnello / Ursula Biemann / Raphaël Cuomo / Pieter Geenen / Maria Iorio / Provdoliub Ivanov / Takuji Kogo / Armin Linke / Bénédicte Liénard / Thomas Locher / Hans Op de Beeck / Yves Mettler / Migreurop / Erzen Shkololli



An evening with Auguste Orts #1
Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)
February 21, 20h30
www.augusteorts.be
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'An evening with Auguste Orts' adresses eye and ear with sound and image, including: the Brussels premiere of 'Pixelspleen' by Anouk De Clercq and Jerry Galle, with exclusive live reading by Pieter De Buysser; 'nightscape (3)' by Pieter Geenen; John Cage performed by Stefaan Quix; and screen works by Paul Sharits and Nam June Paik. Plus: On Kawara.



Error#8: Project(OR)
Art Rotterdam (NL)
February 6-10, 2008
www.errorone.be
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'Project(OR)' is a project by MAMA: showroom for media and moving art and Art Rotterdam. During 5 days, 28 progressive art spaces will present art, performances and art fair presentations by over 100 artists. Participants like Fette's Gallery from Los Angeles, Artists Anonymous from Berlin, Liquidacion Total from Madrid, The Centre of Attention from London, errorOne from Antwerp,... will present themselves in their own way, from performance to an extravagant art fair presentation.
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Error One (Antwerp, BE) will present work from the following artists: Nicole Bauwens / Liure Briz / Liv Bugge / Marc De Blieck / Filip De Roeck / Pieter Geenen / Lisa Jeannin / Johanna Kirsch / Reiko Kanazawa / Katie Lagast / Joris Martens / Jurgen Ots / Jan Rymenants / Joachim Schmid / Max Sudhues / Elina Saloranta / Claudia Sola / Joris Van De Moortel / Riaan Van Jaarsveldt / Marilou Van Lierop / Frederik Van Simaey / Sarah Vanagt / Katleen Vinck / Carla Zaccagnini.



1st prize 'Input/Output', Bruges (BE) !
Pieter Geenen won the 'Input/Output' art prize in Bruges! A honorable mention was given to Peter Depelchin. The jury, consisting of Michel Dewilde (Cultuurcentrum Brugge), Mieke Renders (Museum Dr. Guislain, Gent) and Patrick Ronse (Be-Part, Waregem) selected 17 artists out of 113 candidates to exhibit their work in De Bond in Brugge, and finally awarded 1 winner.



Input/Output
De Bond, Bruges (BE)
December 14, 2007 - January 20, 2008
www.brugge.be
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'nocturne (lampedusa - fort europa)' made the final selection of 'Input/Output', an art prize for artists under 30 organised by the city of Bruges. The selected artists will exhibit their work in De Bond in Bruges. One winner receives a money prize of 2500 euro and a solo exhibition in 2008.
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Other selected Artists: Nel Aerts / Hallveig Ágústsdóttir / Steven Baelen / Tjörven Bruyneel / Peter Depelchin / Christophe Engels / Manor Grunewald / Charlotte Lybeer / Tinka Pittoors / Dries Renglé / Lien Sergeant / Jeremy Swinnen / Nele Tas / Stijn Van Acker / Rinus Van de Velde / Preben Van Der Straete



New Collection
Stedelijk Museum Wuyts-Van Campen & Baron Caroly, Lier (BE)
December 1, 2007 - March 2, 2008
www.voorkamer.be
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This exhibition unites a selection of the museum's collection and the work of contemporary artists selected by Voorkamer. Works by Rubens, Brueghel the Younger, David I Teniers or Edgard Tytgat are put into relation with works by Dirk Braeckman, Michaël Borremans and Hans Op De Beeck.
Presentation of 'gaze (1)' (2003) and 'gaze (6)' (2005)



Videovenster
Visualantics, Antwerp (BE)
November 21 - 27, 2007
www.visualantics.net
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'Videovenster' is a project by Visualantics, Antwerp (BE) in which they present silent video art, experimental animation and generative work in the display window of their office.
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Solo presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Fortis Young Ones Award
Lineart, Flanders Expo, Ghent (BE)
November 30 - December 4, 2007
www.lineart.be
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Pieter Geenen has been selected for the 'Fortis Young Ones Award' during the Lineart art fair at Flanders Expo, Ghent (BE). Eight artists under the age of 30 were nominated for this prize. Four of them made the final selection and exhibit their work at Lineart. The art fair visitors can vote for the 5000 euro prize winner.
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Laureates: Yves Coussement / Pieter Geenen / Charlotte Lybeer / Renato Nicolodi



Stilte
Beek (NL) and Zutendaal (BE)
November 17 - 25, 2007 in Beek
November 30 - December 16, 2007 in Zutendaal.
Opening performance by sound artist Paul Devens (NL) on November 16.
www.gemeentebeek.nl
www.zutendaal.be
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Seven Dutch and Belgian artists will present work relating to the theme of silence (stilte) in a former convent in Beek (NL) and the cultural centre of Zutendaal (BE).
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Group exhibition with Ado Hamelryck / Marco Juriën / Marnik Neven / Juul Sadée / Kristof Vrancken / Sandrien Wansink
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Presentation of 'gaze (1)' (2003)



Encounters II
Stadsgalerij, Heerlen (NL)
August 24 - November 11, 2007
Curator Femke Lutgerink
www.stadsgalerijheerlen.nl
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'Encounters' examines the tension between the dominant visual culture, often confirmed by the ‘official’ media, and possible alternative visions. 'Encounters exhibits a variety of projects that are intended to break through the ‘stereotype’ images in order to tell another, personal story. The exhibition can be interpreted as an open space in which visitors can become conscious of their own ‘preconceived’ images and the choices that lay at the foundation of accepting or rejecting encounters that may or may not be uncomfortable for them. The participating artists each show how fertile it can be to choose to do so. The works function as a starting point for people to ask questions about themes such as democratisation, emancipation, and globalisation.

Encounters I' was exhibited at the Mills Gallery in Boston (US) at the beginning of 2007. This initial version primarily emphasised the ‘design’ of daily public life in countries with (former) totalitarian regimes. 'Encounters II' broadens and expands on this theme. The exhibition is organised in co-operation with the Glaspaleis and the multidisciplinary summer festival Cultura Nova.
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Group exhibition with by Reza Abedini & Hans Wolbers / Azra Aksamija / Luis Berríos-Negrón / Banu Cennetoglu & Huib van der Werf / Nele Decock / Mariam Ghani / Maximilian Goldfarb / G.R.A.M. / Eytan Heller / Rob Hornstra / Stani Michiels / Anoek Steketee / Niels Stomps / The Institute of Infinitely Small Things
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Error #7: Just a movie for godsake
errorOne, Antwerp (BE)
September 7 - 16, 2007
www.errorone.be
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Group exhibition with Lauri Astala / Liv Bugge / Lisa Jeannin / Reiko Kanazawa / Job Koelewijn /  Xavier Lukomski / Vincent Meessen / Jurgen Ots / Ria Pacquée / Dimitri Riemis / Elina Saloranta / Claudia Sola / Max Sudhues / Sarah Vanagt
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Open Archive #1: Re:collections: Acquisitions 2005-2007
Argos Centre for Art and Media, Brussels (BE)
September 29 - November 10, 2007
www.argosarts.org
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Argos Centre for Art and Media in Brussels (BE) presents 'nocturne (lampedusa - fort europa)' during 'Open Archive #1'. A jury consisting of Brent Klinkum (Director, Transat Video, Caen) , Berta Sichel (Director, Dept. of Audio Visual Art, Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid) Marc Glöde (Assistant Professor & Research Fellow in the Department of Film Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin), Paul Willemsen (Director, Argos Collections) and Katerina Gregos (Artistic Director, Argos) has selected this video for 'Re:collections: Acquisitions 2005-2007', showing recent Belgian video productions.
At Argos the selected works will be presented in the form of a media library and screened in their Black Box. Lectures, performances, artist’s talks and screenings will complete this event. The full programme will be released at the beginning of August.



Picture Industries
ACU, Utrecht (NL)
June 24, 2007
www.picture-industries.com
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Screening of 'nocturne' (2006)



Kino Eye #7: Evacuation
MuHKA_media, Antwerp (BE)
APril 26 - 29, 2007
Curators Herman Asselberghs and Edwin Carels
www.muhka.be
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This 4-day event includes film, installation, performance, theatre, dance, talks and music. It focuses on almost nothing, and the empty image as a means of countering the excessive presence of the human face in contemporary visual culture.
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Including screenings by a.o. Dave Martin / Martin Arnold / Al + Al / Chantal Akerman / Annik Leroy / Thomas Köner / Christophe Girardet / Dominique Somers / Elina Saloranta / Guy Debord / Dave Allen / Rose Lowder / Sharon Lockhart / Ariane Michel / Willem Oorebeek / Michael Snow / Andy Warhol / Claire Croizé / Jean-Luc Ducourt / Dominique Petitgand / Ivone Marguliez / Stefaan Quix / Claude Wampler
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006) and 'nightscape (3)' (2005)



Black Box
Courtisane Festival, Ghent (BE)
May 3-6, 2007
www.courtisane.be
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Screening of 'nocturne' (2006) as part of the national competition.



Vidéothèque Ephémère
Videoformes, Manifestation Internationale Art Vidéo et Nouveaux Médias, Clermont-Ferrand (FR)
March 13-17, 2007
www.videoformes.com
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Screening of 'gaze (1)' (2003) and 'gaze (6)' (2005)



Eclipse - Exploding Cinema
International Film Festival, Rotterdam (NL)
January 25 - February 18, 2007
Curator Edwin Carels
www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com
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Group exhibition with Carla Arocha / Dirk Braeckman / Anri Sala / Mika Taanila
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Presentation of 'nocturne' (2006)



Gaze
fst forward>>, Antwerp (BE)
March 15 - April 14, 2007
www.fstforward.be
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Solo exhibition. Presentation of 'gaze (1)' and 'gaze (6)'



Wild vlees
CIAP/Cultuurcentrum, Hasselt (BE)
September 9 - November 12, 2006.
www.ciap.be
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Group exhibition organised by CIAP vzw, with Virginie Bailly / Steven Brouns / Ralph Groenen / Peter Hulsmans / Ives Maes / Ben Meewis / Steve Reggers / Herman Van Ingelgem / Charlotte Vandenberghe / Filip Van Dingenen / Saartje Vereecke / Michaël Verheyden / Loreta Visic / Kristof Vrancken
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Presentation of 'gaze (6)' (2005)



Sehnsucht inc.
Lancommandery Alden Biesen, Bilzen (BE)
October 7 - December 10, 2006
Curators Heiko Daxl and Peter Pollers
www.alden-biesen.be
www.koloniewedding.de
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'Sehnsucht inc.' is an exhibition project by the Landcommandery Alden Biesen in Bilzen, Belgium and Kolonie Wedding in Berlin, Germany with a selection of Belgian, German, Polish and Russian artists.
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The Belgian selection: Hugo Duchateau / Willo Gonnissen / Pieter Geenen / Frederic Geurts / Liliane Vertessen / André Bertels / Mo Ramakers / Ellen Visschers.



Power Plays - Interior Desires, Exterior Spaces
Z33 & Platform Limburg Beeldende Kunsten
May 13 - June 18, 2006
Curator Ive Stevenheydens
www.powerplays.org
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Presentation of 'nightscape (3)' (2005)



Verschijningen
Cultuurcentrum Hasselt (BE)
April 23 - June 25, 2006
Curator Stef Van Bellingen
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Group exhibition with a.o. Zjuul Devens / Liliane Vertessen / Willo Gonissen / Marnik Neven
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Presentation of 'ansicht' (2005)



gaze
Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)
November 24 - 26, 2005 www.beursschouwburg.be
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Solo-presentation of 'gaze (1)' (2003) and 'gaze (6)' (2005)



Super!
1st triennial for contemporary arts, fashion and design, Hasselt (BE)
September 9 - November 13, 2005
Curator Edith Doove
www.superhasselt.be
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Group exhibition with Herman Asselberghs / Beauty Without Irony / Olga Boldyreff / Elke Boon / Jens Brand / Steven Brouns / Geoffrey Brusatto / Mike Carremans / Marc Claes / Christophe Coppens / Teis Cops / Jimi Dams / Krijn De Koning / Erki De Vries / Dino Dinco / Alicia Framis / Gabriela Fridriksdottir / Pieter Geenen / Frederic Geurts / Valery Grancher / Krist Gruijthuijsen / Martí Guixé / Ellen Harvey / Hectica / Bren Heymans / Bert Houbrechts / Peter Hulsmans / Nathalie Hunter / Aernoudt Jacobs / Tom Johnson / Haraldur Jonsson / Hannelore Knuts / Het Labo / Bart Lens / Dominique Leroy / Xavier Lust / Ives Maes / Jan Maréchal / Mike Michiels / Roberta Miss / Alistair Morrisson / Ólafur Árni Ólafsson / Els Opsomer / Lucy Orta / Antonio Paladino / Paul Panhuysen / Roma Pas / Libia Pérez de Siles de Castro / Sandra Reynders / Daniel Riera / Guy Rombouts / Cora Roorda Van Eijsinga / Serkan Sarier / Andrea Schneemeier / Gabrielle Strijewski / Pascale Marthine Tayou / Tevona / Sissel Tolaas / Thierry Van Biesen / Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven / Koen Vanmechelen / Charles van Otterdijk / Michaël Verheyden / Pieter Vermeersch / Lieven Vernelen / Teun Voeten / Andy Wauman / Bernhard Wilhelm / JC Wouters / Marina Yee / Kimiko Yoshida



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