NEWS

Na semana de 1° a 7 de junho, Muito Romântico segue em cartaz em 15 cidades de norte a sul do Brasil!

• Aracaju
Cine Vitória – 17:40 (sexta)

• Belo Horizonte
Cinema Belas Artes – 19:30 (quarta)

• Brasília
Espaço Itaú Cinema Brasília – 19:30 (quarta)

• Curitiba
Cine Guarani – 19:00 (quinta a domingo)
Cineplex Novo Batel – 17:35 (diariamente)
Espaço Itaú de Cinema Curitiba – 19:30 (quarta)

• Fortaleza
Cinema do Dragão – 20:00 (sexta, domingo e quarta)

• Goiânia
Cine Cultura – 20:30 (diariamente)

• João Pessoa
Cinespaço Mag Shopping – 19:30 (quarta)

• Palmas
Cine Cultura – 21:00 (quinta, sexta e quarta) | 18:00 (sábado, domingo e quarta)

• Porto Alegre
Cine Bancários – 17:00 (diariamente)
Espaço Itaú Porto Alegre – 19:30 (quarta)

• Recife
Cinema São Luiz – 18:15 (quinta, sábado e terça) | 14:45 (sexta) | 14:30 (domingo)
Cinema do Museu – 20:00 (quinta e terça)

• Rio Branco
Cine Teatro Recreio – 18:00 (diariamente)

• Rio de Janeiro
Espaço Itaú de Cinema Botafogo – 19:30 (diariamente)

• Salvador
Espaço Itaú Glauber Rocha – 19:30 (quarta)

• Santos
Cinespaço Miramar – 19:30 (quarta)

• São Paulo
Caixa Belas Artes – 21:30 (diariamente)
Espaço Itaú Augusta – 19:30 (diariamente)

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Confira o trailer: bit.ly/trailermuitoromantico

Saiba mais sobre a Sessão Vitrine Petrobrás visitando o site: http://www.vitrinefilmes.com.br/sessaovitrine2017/?page_id=14

No Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/sessaovitrine/

https://www.facebook.com/muito.romantico.filme/


CINEMA RELEASE IN BRAZIL

May 20th, 2017.

We are delighted to announce Muito Romântico's release in Brazilian cinemas. Our film is one of the 15 productions presented by Vitrine Filmes in selected movie theaters from North to South: Rio Branco, Maceió, Fortaleza, Brasília, Vitória, Goiânia, São Luís, João Pessoa, Recife, Teresina, Curitiba, Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Aracaju, São Paulo are among the cities where the film will be screened.

Distruktur will be presenting the sessions and meeting the audience for a Q&A in May 25th in São Paulo and 26th in Porto Alegre.

For more information (in Portuguese) please visit:
http://www.vitrinefilmes.com.br/sessaovitrine2017/?page_id=109

For the complete program in all cities:
http://www.vitrinefilmes.com.br/sessaovitrine2017/?page_id=14

If you are on Facebook, help to spread the word following the pages:

https://www.facebook.com/sessaovitrine/

https://www.facebook.com/muito.romantico.filme/


SOMMERAKADEMIE SALZBURG

January 30th, 2017.

Again we will be teaching an analogue film course in Salzburg in the summer:
FILM AS A SENSITIVE BODY
14.08.2017 – 26.08.2017
Medium/Media: 16mm film
Location: Festung Hohensalzburg

Languages: English, German, Portuguese, Spanish

What to bring: If available: 16mm camera, light meter, tripod. 16mm cameras with accessories are available for use on site; film material and developing chemicals are available at cost price.

Requirements: Willingness to work in groups

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RETROSPECTIVA EXPECTATIVA

January 26th, 2017.


IN LOVE WITH FILM

January 7-10th: Distruktur in Vienna

In Love WITH FILM # 1

a 4-day program with screening, a film-performance evening and a workshop on colour processing.

Thank you filmkoop wien for the invitation.
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Saturday 7.1.
FILMESPERFORMANCE @ filmkoop wien
Program:
Navigation 2 x 16mm, Color / B&W, Live sounds, 10-12min
Filme de Pedra : 1 x 16mm, B&W, Live sounds, 20-25min

Doors: 6 pm Start: 7 pm filmkoop wien Wickenburggasse 15/3/1b

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Sunday, 8.1, 3 pm
Film screening:
MUITO ROMÂNTICO
Blickle Kino, 21erHaus Quartier Belvedere, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Wien
in Kooperation mit dem Ursula-Blickle-Videoarchiv


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9 +10.1 Monday & Tuesday
NEGATIVLAND: color processing workshop @ filmkoop wien

IN LOVE WITH FILM #1 is realized through the support of BKA Bundeskanzleramt Österreich.


MUITO ROMÂNTICO NO BRASIL

October 26th, 2016.


FILM AS A SENSITIVE BODY

October 24th, 2016.

16mm frames of the 13 films made by the students of Distruktur's class Film as a sensitive body / Film als empfindsamer Körper (with co-teacher Viktoria Schmid) during the Salzburger Sommerakademie - August 2016

The following text was written and read by participant Julian Kamil as an introduction to the 3 presentations of the films in Salzburg.

"In our class we worked with 16 mm film. For most of us it was a first contact with this medium. In the two week course we realized 13 short films by 10 participants of the course. To put your idea for a film into life – you have to work collectively. We worked in three groups, parallelly: two groups shooting on locations and one group developing films in the darkroom. We used cameras: Kinor and Krasnogorsk, and negative or reversal 16 mm films, depending on the project.
Working with film camera requires that you rely on optics and light measurements – not so much on what you see with your eyes. And the result cannot be seen immediately. In the second phase you develop the film in the darkroom. You follow the sequence of baths, the accurate time of each bath, the proper temperature of chemical developers. Only when the film is exposed you can see it. And continue working on editing and postproduction, mechanical or chemical.
Film is a sensitive body. It is sensitive to light but also sensitive in the sense of 'fragile'. It can be easily damaged, jammed, overexposed or burnt.
In the name of our class participants – big thank you to our teachers Distruktur – Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn and our coteacher Viktoria Schmid for all their work, knowledge, efforts and energies. We would like to thank to the technical team for all the support."


A LAND
Hossam Dirar


VIDRIO 55kg m2
Alba Foguel


ARCHIVE FEVER
Kamil Julian


THE SENSITIVE BODY IS LIKE A FILM
Hajnalka Tulisz


THE MYSTERY WHICH STILL BINDS ME
Elisabeth Hamberger


SCHLAF STADT / STILL MOVING
Robert Waldmann


3.798m
Anna Margit Erber


BLINDSPOT
Anna Margit Erber


MORNING IMPRESSION
Ilona Schneider


PERFORMANCE
Ilona Schneider


DIE DROHUNG DER VERRÜCKTHEIT GEHT VON DER FRAU AUS
Masha Matzke


I AM NOT THERE
Markus Maicher


AS YOU ARE COMING CLOSER
Markus Maicher


SPECIAL AWARD

July 31st, 2016.

Muito Romântico won a Special Award from the Jury at MFF T-Mobile Nowe Horyzonty / Films on Art International Competition. Congratulations to the whole team!


SENSES OF CINEMA

July 18th, 2016.

Stefan Solomon interviewed us for Senses of Cinema online journal. We spoke about our analogue filmmaking practice at LaborBerlin and our new film, Muito Romântico (playing at both Melbourne International Film Festival and MFF T-Mobile Nowe Horyzonty over the next month).

To read click on the image or follow the link.


SUMMER DATES

July 13th, 2016.

image: 16mm frame of MUITO ROMÂNTICO, detail of the painting DER WATZMANN from Caspar David Friedrich


AUSTRALIA

July 9th, 2016.

Muito Romântico will be screened in the International Panorama Section of the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF).
At both screenings, on August 2nd and 7th, Muito Romântico is accompanied by the short film There is Land! by Ana Vaz.


"In this charming experimental feature, the life of young Brazilian couple new to Berlin takes on a strange dimension when a cosmic portal opens up in their apartment.

Drawing upon John Cassavetes' maxim that "love is a stream", film artists Gustavo Jahn and Melissa Dullius (aka Distruktur) mix autobiography and fantasy in this whimsical new non-narrative feature, assembled over a decade and shot on gorgeous 16mm to form a colourful tapestry of past, present and future.

Inspired to find a new space to make art and films, a young Brazilian couple board a red cargo ship and journey across the Atlantic, bound for the creative allure of Berlin. Their new apartment becomes the centre of an ever-changing creative universe, a kind of cinema of their own experience where friends and lovers play roles and reality and fiction blur. When an interdimensional portal opens up in their home, memories and dreams collide, challenging the film's own fabric of time and space."


HYBRIDSCAPES

July 7th, 2016.

We will finally return to Nida Art Colony in July with In the traveler's heart, shot in the winter of 2013 during an artistic residency to take part at the group exhibition HYBRID(...)SCAPES.
We will be present at the opening and will project the film in 16mm on this occasion.

For more information visit Nida Art Colony's website and the event on Facebook.


NOWE HORYZONTY

July 8th, 2016.

Muito Romântico will be screened at the end of July at the
Films on Art International Competition
16. NOWE HORYZONTY (IFF T-Mobile New Horizons) in Wroclaw, Poland.

"The soothing blue of the Atlantic and caustic red hull of a cargo ship: this color contrast establishes the framework for a new stage in the life of two Brazilian artists, Melissa and Gustavo, who are sailing to Europe on board a container ship. They live in a small apartment in Berlin that becomes a kind of cinematic laboratory, where a film fantasy is combined with personal experiences and their memories are infused with literature. Together with friends, they play different roles and stage scenes inspired by reality, thus blurring the line between truth and fiction. In Muito Romântico, which was shot on grainy 16 mm film, directors Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn have fun playing with their images and personal narratives, subjecting them to a certain artistic treatment. The material for their work comes from their life stories, their common journey, their life in Berlin, and their reflections about the changing city and emotional animosity. The result is an original hybrid somewhere between a documentary and a feature film. Surprising in terms of its surreal imagination, this spirit-filled, avant-garde kaleidoscope of ideas, images, and techniques, with pictures from private archives, is a miniature concert with the directors in the role of musicians, as well as a time-traveling teleportation device that takes audiences inside the walls of their apartment". (Marius Miklinski)


EL MERAYA and TRIANGULUM

June 15th, 2016.

This Friday, June 17th, in Kino Arsenal, a work-in-progress version of a new short film by Distruktur will be presented as part of Analogue Zone Finale.

EL MERAYA (The Mirror)
Egypt/Germany, 2016, 23 min
Original format : 16mm
Screening format : prores

El Meraya reflects our short film Triangulum, made in 2008. Six years later, we went back to Cairo to make a new film, using the camera as a mirror to reveal how places and people, including ourselves, had changed with time.

Friday, June 17th
8pm
Arsenal - Institut für Film und Videokunst e.V.
Potsdamer Straße 2, 10785 Berlim
Facebook event

And on Sunday, June 19th, at the same place and time, our short TRIANGULUM will be screened in a programme with 9 short films.

To read about the ANALOGUE ZONE FINALE event and the check the 4-day programme please visit:
LaborBerlin's Website
Facebook

Help spread the word and be there!


DISTRUKTUR IN PARIS

May 21st, 2016.

The project DISTRUKTUR VISITS L'ETNA proposed by the independent filmmakers' laboratory L'Etna in collaboration with the experimental film distribution cooperative Collectif Jeune Cinéma, will introduce for the first time the work of DISTRUKTUR to the Paris audience through a series of three encounters:

1. The 16mm film processing workshop NEGATIVLAND at L'Etna on May 26th and 27th.

2. A screening of three of DISTRUKTUR's recent films, TRIANGULUM, CAT EFFEKT and IN THE TRAVELER'S HEART, at L'Etna, on May 28th.
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3. An evening of FILMESPERFORMANCE, which combined multiple 16mm film projection, live music, sounds and narration, presented in collaboration with Collectif Jeune Cinéma as part of the Rendez-Vouz Contemporains at the church Saint-Merry.
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We want to thank the initiator of this project Mariya Nikiforova and all members of L'Etna, Victor Gresard from Collectif Jeune Cinema, Ieva Kabasinskaite and Ville Piippo.
The project received a Travel Grant for Cultural Exchange from the Berlin Senate Chancellery for Cultural Affairs.


The directors present the screening with Tomaž Burlin from L'Etna
Pic by Victor Gresard


Performing the piece NAVIGATION at Église Saint-Merri.
Pic by Victor Gresard


Gustavo Jahn and the participants of the NEGATIVLAND color negative processing workshop at L'Etna.
Pic by Melissa Dullius


BERLINISCHE GALERIE

April 29th, 2015.

In the month of May a program with four of our films will be in exhibition at
12×12: THE IBB VIDEO SPACE AT BERLINISCHE GALERIE

Starting next Monday, May 2nd until May 30th.
Berlinische Galerie is open from Wednesday to Monday from 10h to 18h
Closed on Tuesdays!

For more information about the films in exhibition click at the pictures below (in German and English).




SUMMER ACADEMY SALZBURG

Summer 2016

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We are pleased to announce that DISTRUKTUR will be teaching the 2-week course FILM AS A SENSITIVE BODY in August in Salzburg, Austria.
This course will be a development of workshops we teached so far in Lithuania, Germany and Brazil.

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"By taking part in FILM AS A SENSITIVE BODY the participants will be introduced to analogue film-making in an autonomous way, where they assume control over every aspect of moving-image-making, from conception to projection."
The complete description of the course can be read HERE

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63. INTERNATIONALE SOMMERAKADEMIE FÜR BILDENDE KUNST SALZBURG
63rd SALZBURG INTERNATIONAL SUMMER ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS

Note that the website has GERMAN and ENGLISH versions.

"The topic of transcultural exchange is implicit in the 2016 course programme, since teachers will be working together with students from more than fifty countries. The question is always how art can be defined and negotiated in a global world, and how the diverse historical, economic, social, cultural, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds can be rendered productive. The teachers – all successful in the global art world as artists, critics or curators – can share their experience from Egypt, Argentina, Brazil, France, Ghana, Greece, the United Kingdom, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Poland, Russia, Spain, the USA and of course Germany and Austria."

Visit the website to know more about the ACADEMY and this year's COURSES and TEACHERS.


MOVER-SE

November 24th, 2015.

Book launch // Lançamento do livro

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PRÁTICAS CONTEMPORÂNEAS DO MOVER-SE, DE MICHELLE SOMMER (ORG.)

“Práticas Contemporâneas do Mover-se”, da editora Circuito, com organização de Michelle Sommer, é fruto de pesquisa curatorial que toma o movimento como impulso para proposições artísticas recentes na arte brasileira. Resultante da premiação pública Rumos Itaú Cultural 2013-2014, a curadora lança a pergunta a 10 duplas formadas por artistas e pesquisadores/curadores/críticos de arte: de que maneira o Mover-se afeta a produção artística, a crítica e a vida das formas na arte contemporânea? 

Os integrantes da publicação são: Cadu & Francisco Dalcol;  Túlio Pinto & Caroline Menezes; Rodrigo Braga / Bruna Fetter; Distruktur (Gustavo Jahn e Melissa Dullius) & Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz; Karim Aïnouz & Sérgio Martins; Vivian Caccuri & Júlio Martins; Denis Rodriguez / Leonardo Remor & Rosana Pinheiro-Machado; Paulo Nazareth & Cristina Ribas; Letícia Ramos & Ivair Reinaldim; Areal (André Severo e Maria Helena Bernardes) & Cristiana Tejo.

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3 x DISTRUKTUR IN BERLIN

November 28th, 2015

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28.11 - 20h
20. SALÃO TRANSARTES
In the traveler´s heart

FORUM BRASIL
Möckernstraße 72 10965 Berlin

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Facebook Event

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2.12 - 20h
PHOTOPLAY SERIES N. 2: DISTRUKTUR #76
Triangulum + Cat Effekt + In the traveler´s heart

SPEKTRUM | art science community
Bürknerstraße 12 12047 Berlin

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Facebook Event


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22.10 - 19.12
JONNY
5 truly false clues (prologue to the film Éternau)

INSITU
Kurfürstenstraße 21-22
10785 Berlin
Do + Fr / Thu + Fri / Qui + Sex 16.00–19.00
Sa 14.00–18.00

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Press
Facebook Event


FYI LECTURE IN GRONINGEN

October 10th, 2015

In April we were invited by Bernardo Zanotta and the FYI team (Joost Wierenga, EN Konstantinova, Adina Tallberg) for a performance and lecture in the Minerva Academie in Groningen, Holland.
Check out this short video documentation by Joost Wierenga.

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UPCOMING AND ONGOING

October 10th, 2015

15.10.2015
ABSCHIED
Projektionen im kunstraum t27
http://www.laborberlin-film.org/
Berlin

22.10.15
JONNY
insitu
http://insitu-berlin.com/
Berlin

October-December 2015
FRENKEL DEFECTS
Press release

October-December 2015
VIDEOBRASIL
http://www.19festival.com/
São Paulo



VIDEOBRASIL

October 1st, 2015

19o. Festival de Arte Contemporânea Sesc Videobrasil | Panoramas do Sul

IN THE TRAVELER´S HEART vai ser projetado semanalmente como parte do Programa de Filmes do festival, ao longo dos dois meses de exposição. Estas exibições acontecerão tanto no teatro do Sesc Pompeia quanto no Galpão VB, a nova instalação da Associação Cultural Videobrasil, localizada na Vila Leopoldina, em SP.

IN THE TRAVELER´S HEART, junto com mais quatro vídeos, constitui o programa intitulado FRICÇÕES.
Por favor, confira abaixo a disposição completa dos programas:

Programa #3 – Fricções
VIKTORIJA RYBAKOVA (Lituânia) – “Oo, a preview”, 2013. 3’30”
ANA VAZ (Brasil) – “A Idade da Pedra”, 2013. 29’
CHULAYARNNON SIRIPHOL (Tailândia) – “Myth of Modernity”, 2014. 16’
DISTRUKTUR [Gustavo Jahn e Melissa Dullius] (Brasil/Alemanha) – “In the traveler's heart”, 2013. 19’
LETÍCIA RAMOS (Brazil) – “VOSTOK _screening”, 2014. 8’

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SEMANA DE ABERTURA | 7 A 10 DE OUTUBRO

07/OUT (QUARTA)
SESC POMPEIA | TEATRO
21h30 - Programa #3

08/OUT (QUINTA)
SESC POMPEIA | TEATRO
16h15 - Programa #3

09/OUT (SEXTA)
SESC POMPEIA | TEATRO
15h40 - Programa #3

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13 DE OUTUBRO A 3 DE DEZEMBRO

Programa de Filmes - A
19h00 - Programa #3 + Gabriel Abrantes
Sesc Pompeia | Teatro
15/OUT (quinta), 29/OUT (quinta), 12/NOV (quinta), 26/NOV (quinta) e 02/DEZ (quarta)
Galpão VB: 20/OUT (terça), 03/NOV (terça), 17/NOV (terça) e 01/DEZ (terça)
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Programa de Filmes - B
16h30 - Gabriel Abrantes + Programa #3
Sesc Pompeia | Teatro: 22/OUT (quinta), 05/NOV (quinta), 19/NOV (quinta), 01/DEZ (terça) e 03/DEZ (quinta)
Galpão VB: 13/OUT (terça), 27/OUT (terça), 10/NOV (terça), 24/NOV (terça)


DISTRUKTUR EN LA TELE

September 20th, 2015

Distruktur in spanish TV.
From 29 minutes 40 seconds to the end
To watch Programa Metrópolis click on the screenshot below.

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"En las ficciones creadas por Distruktur (Melissa Dullius y Gustavo Jahn) el montaje es un elemento fundamental, ya sea en sus películas en 16mm como In the Traveler’s Heart (2013), ya sea en sus performances de cine expandido como Éternau Alterstereo (2011-2014) que cerró el (S8) 2015."
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(S8)

June 10th, 2015

(S8) MOSTRA DE CINEMA PERIFÉRICO

PDF Festival Catalogue

(...)É aquí entón onde entran as formas e os patróns. O que une a un país tan extenso é precisamente o chan que pisa, invadido por mosaicos ondeantes que, do mesmo xeito que a capital que se construíron –Brasília, intento de modelar desde cero a súa identidade en formigón– , proba a capacidade do brasileiro de atopar plasticidade no ríxido. Así, o nome dun dos programas deste ano dedicado aos novos cineastas brasileiros, Paraíso do Concreto, resume o que convoca a programación do (S8) este ano: desde estes novos cineastas, ao repaso da vangarda brasileira histórica de Vexa ou Brasil, o cineasta paulista Marcos Bertoni na súa defensa da reciclaxe e o super 8 atopado entre o que a cidade refuga, a construción da identidade a través da propia memoria de Paula Gaitán e o retrofuturo que sinala Distruktur, o dúo brasileiro residente en Berlín (cidade que se tivo que reinventar e reconstruír). (...)

Y para calentar motores os dejamos con este pedazo video resumen de lo que será a a partir de este domingo 31 de Mayo la 6ª edición del (S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico 2015, que nos invita a cruzar el charco en un biplano de 1928 para descubrir "O paraíso do Concreto".
Realizado por nuestro compañero Marcos Flórez que además incluye una animación Elena Duque y partes de su pieza "La mar salada".


DIRECTORS LOUNGE SCREENING

May 28th, 2015

directors lounge monthly screenings
perspectives – on moving
Distruktur – Melissa Dullius & Gustavo Jahn

english version below

Ein Programm mit Kurzfilmen des in Berlin lebenden brasilianischen Künstler-Paares, Melissa Dullius und Gustavo Jahn, mit einigen neuen und selten zu sehenden Filmen.
Distruktur, das sind Dullius und Jahn, besetzen einen fluktuierenden Raum zwischen dem großen und dem kleinen Kino. Sie arbeiten konsequent mit analogem Film, bei der Aufnahme und entwickeln die meisten Filme selbst. Dabei erzeugen ihre Filme einen kinematischen Raum, der sich vom Gewohnten absetzt, obwohl sie ihre Szenen oder Filmsets meist im alltäglichen Leben verorten.

Die Filme können als experimentell-erzählerisch bezeichnet werden, da sie mit Skript und Schauspielers arbeiten, und da auch Kostüme oder Kleidung eine wichtige Rolle spielen. Und, beide Künstler erscheinen regelmäßig als Darsteller in ihren eigenen Filmen. Dennoch vermeiden sie gänzlich die konventionelle Dramaturgie des Mainstream und auch seine psychologischen Realismen, die meist in Richtung Melodrama führen. Der Film „Abril“ (2002, Berlin Premiere) zum Beispiel scheint in einer längeren Passage ein direktes Zitat von Maya Derens „Meshes of the Afternoon“ zu sein. Abril ist ein früher Film aus der Zeit als Melissa und Gustavo im Kollektiv „Sendero Filmes“ in Porto Alegre in Brasilien zusammen arbeiteten, aber noch nicht als Regisseur-Duo. Der in der Mitte des Films aufscheinende Moment des Mysterium oder von Trance entschwindet jedoch wieder kurze Zeit später, so als ob nichts passiert wäre, oder wie wenn er nur Erinnerung wäre, eine Erinnerung, die bleibt aber nicht in rationaler Weise zu erklären ist.

Die Zeit erscheint als mehrdeutig in den Filmen des Regisseur-Duos. Obwohl beispielsweise Triangulum (2008) und Time Machine (2015, deutsche Premiere) in der Zukunft angesiedelt sind, wie der erzählende Text erklärt, macht das Setting beider Filme keine Referenzen an Science Fiction Filme. Die aktive Handlung oder die Action versucht nicht eine mögliche Zukunft zu imitieren, und die erzählende Zeit könnte in der Vergangenheit, der Gegenwart oder Zukunft liegen. Schauen wir als Zuschauer in die Zukunft? Oder schauen wir aus der Zukunft zurück in die Gegenwart oder in die Vergangenheit? Diese Ambiguität der erzählerischen Zeit gibt dem Film Triangulum, der in Kairo und Alexandria gedreht wurde, zudem eine interessante zeitgenössische Perspektive. Mit dem Hintergrund des sich erst vor kurzem ereigneten „Arabischen Frühlings“, der gewalttätigen politischen Veränderungen in Ägypten und den neuesten Kriegen im Nahen Osten einerseits – und der verbreiteten Sehnsucht nach dem Orient, die noch vor kurzem im Westen vorherrschte, hat der Film eine überraschende Aktualität.

Durch die Möglichkeit, die Filme zusammen in einem Programm zu sehen, wird es vielleicht noch interessanter, über die unterschiedlichen Aspekte von Zeit in den Filmen von Distruktur nachzudenken, zumal Melissa und Gustavo vor kurzem zwei Filme realisiert haben, die man in der Vergangenheit ansiedeln könnte. Nicht in einer konkreten historischen Vergangenheit, aber in der Vergangenheit der Mythen. „Don't Look Back/ Labirinto“ (2012) wurde in Berlin gedreht und bezieht sich auf den antiken Stoff de Orpheus; während „In the Traveler's Heart“ (2013), der in Nida, in Litauen gedreht wurde, einen Protagonisten (und sein Schatten oder Double) präsentiert, der aus einer frühen Zeit des indigenen Südamerikas zu stammen scheint. In beiden Filmen, jedoch, erzeugen die jeweilige erzählte Zeit keine realistische Story. Zeit läuft hier nicht kontinuierlich wie ein Uhrwerk, oder gemäß einer Zeitschiene. Noch scheint es eine Art Traumzeit zu sein. Die Bilder dagegen muten sowohl zeitgenössisch an, als auch zeitlos, ohne konkrete Zeit.

Diese Vieldeutigkeit der Zeit, des Raumes und der Erzählung, die das Künstlerpaar kreieren, zusammen mit dem atmosphärischen Bild des handentwickelten analogen Films erzeugen eine unverwechselbare Erfahrung für den Zuschauer mit vielen Möglichkeiten der eigenen Interpretation.

Die Filme werden teils als 16mm Film und teils als Video projiziert. Die Künstler sind zur Einführung und Diskussion anwesend. Kuratiert von Klaus W. Eisenlohr.

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Programm:
Abril | Brazil | 12:23min | 2002
Triangulum | Egypt, Germany, Brazil | 22min | 2008
Time Machine | Brazil, Germany | 5:15min | 2015
Don't Look Back/ Labirinto | 16mm | Germany | 6min | 2012
In the Traveler's Heart | 16mm | Lithuania, Germany, Brazil | 20min | 2013

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Donnerstag / Thursday, 28. Mai 2015
21:00
Z-Bar
Bergstraße 2
10115 Berlin-Mitte

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Artist Link:
http://distruktur.com

Press Links:
Z-Bar - http://www.z-bar.de/
Directors Lounge - http://directorslounge.net

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(Abril)

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directors lounge monthly screenings
distruktur —
melissa dullius & gustavo jahn
perspectives — on moving

A program of shorts by the artist couple Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn with some new and rare films. Distruktur – Dullius and Jahn – claim a space fluctuating somewhere between the big and small cinema. Consequently working with analogue film while shooting and mostly also developing their own material, their films seem to create a kinematic time-space that is distinct from the ordinary even though they often use film settings of daily life.

The films could be described as experimental-narrative, as they use script, actors and often costumes. Also, both artists frequently appear as protagonists of their own film, but they avoid the conventional dramaturgy of mainstream and its psychological realism that mostly leads to melodrama. The film “Abril (2002)”, for example, in some short scenes seems to be a direct quote of Maya Deren's “Meshes of the Afternoon”. It is an early film, from the time when Melissa and Gustavo were not working together as directors and which has not been shown in Berlin, yet. The moment of “trance” – or mystery - though vanishes and becomes resolved in a way as it had not really happened, as it has been just a memory that stays but cannot be explained in rational ways.

Time seems to be ambiguous in the movies of the director duo. Even though Triangulum (2008) and Time Machine (2015) are set “in the future” as the narrated texts explain, they make no direct references to science fiction movies. The action does not pretend to be from the future, but the time of the narrative could be either the past, the present or the future. Are we looking into the future, or looking back from the future to the past, to the present?

This ambiguity gives the film Triangulum, which is set and was shot in Cairo and Alexandria, an interesting contemporary perspective. With the background of the more recent “Arabic Spring”, the radical political movements in Egypt and the wars in Near East on one hand and the longing for a mythical Orient on the other hand, which was prevalent in the West not so long ago, the film has a surprising actuality.

Given the opportunity to watch this whole program of shorts, it will be even more interesting to think about the different aspects of time and the narrative references in the films, as Melissa and Gustavo have more recently created films that could be placed in the past. Not in any exact historical past, but in a past of myths. “Don't Look Back ? Labirinto”(2012) has been filmed in Berlin and obviously references the antique theme of Orpheus, while “In the Traveler's Heart”(2013) was shot in Nida, Lithuania and seems to present a protagonist from an ancient indigenous Latin American background, and their double or alter ego, who almost looks the same. However, the narrative time of both do not try to create a realistic story. Time does not seem to proceed as a clockwork, or on a narrative timeline, nor does it seem to be out of a dream. The image appears to be contemporary and timeless at the same time. These interesting ambiguities of time, space and narrative the artist couple is creating, together with the atmospheric image of hand processed analogue film makes a unique viewing experience with many possibilities of interpretation.


UPCOMING

Directors Lounge Screening | Thursday, 28 May 2015 | Berlin
http://directorslounge.tumblr.com/post/119475253527/directors-lounge-screening-distruktur-melissa

(S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico | 3-7 June | A Coruña
http://www.s8cinema.com/portal/2015/05/05/brasilidade-no-e-saudade-especial-brasil-en-el-s8/


FILMESPERFORMANCE AT NK

April 30th, 2015

Filmesperformance is the title of the series of shows by Distruktur that characterize by the presence of the authors during the moment of projection.
This presence can influence and affect the projection in different ways: mainly through the production of sound simultaneously to the film projection – music, text, noise – but also altering the image itself, through the manipulation of the projectors. The idea of something unrepeatable gains here another dimension, as it’s not only the live act that can’t not be fully repeated, but the films itself are mainly work-in-progress projects, fuelled by the authors’ constant production and therefore concretely changing each time they are exhibited, either through a new cut or through new images and sounds that enter each film’s constellation.

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PROGRAM
20h Doors open

20h30
Opening Film
IN THE TRAVELER´S HEART
20 min, 16mm, optical sound, 2013

"Blessed is the one who waits in the traveler's heart for his turning."
(L. Cohen, Poem 50)

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21h
filmesperformance

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STELLAR
3 min, 16mm, live music, 2012-2015
Erik Haegert (synth, voice) - Gustavo Jahn (guitar) - Melissa Dullius (voice)

Bitter taste gives sweet feeling.

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FILME DE PEDRA (Stone Film)
30 min, 16mm, work-in-progress since 2011, live sounds and music

Eric Menard (voice) - Gustavo Jahn (guitar, synth) - Melissa Dullius (percussion, voice, synth)

Who has years to listen to the voice of stones?

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PASSEIO NOTURNO (Night Walk)
6 min, 16mm, live music, 2015
Amelie Legrand (cello) - Tatsumi Ryusui (guitar effects)

A night walk in four movements.

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PRETO E BRANCO (Black and White)
10 min, 2 x 16mm, live music, 2015
Chatschatur Kanajan (violin)

"The images that pass on the retina in my eyes—why won’t you set?
You pass like crystalline waters through a fountain to never again."
(Camilo Pessanha, Clepsydra)

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VOYAGE VOYAGE
9 min, 2 x 16mm, live music, 2015
Erik Haegert (synth) - Gustavo Jahn (guitar) - Melissa Dullius (voice)

A constant flow caused by an electric-maritime stream that crosses bodies, minds and spaces.

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April 30th (Thu) Doors 20:00

N.K.
Elsenstr. 52/
2.Hinterhaus 2.OG
12059 Berlin Neukölln

Eintritt 7€

http://www.distruktur.com
http://www.nkprojekt.de/

Facebook Event
http://on.fb.me/1EhfWVF

Program Booklet (PDF)


UPCOMING

UPCOMING

April 9 - 10th, 2015
ACADEMIE MINERVA BEELDENDE KUNST & VORMGEVING | GRONINGEN
http://bkv.academieminerva.nl/media/10068
https://www.facebook.com/events/749610758468596/

April 20th, 2015
Filmmaker's Choice - Kino Arsenal | BERLIN
http://www.arsenal-berlin.de/kalender/filmreihe/calendar/2015/april/20/article/5399/2796.html
https://www.facebook.com/events/441373686013496/

April 30th, 2015
NK | BERLIN
http://www.nkprojekt.de/filmesperformance-distruktur/
https://www.facebook.com/events/1566965793551398/


TIME MACHINE

January 10th, 2015


TRANSDUCTION

September 1st, 2014


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Continuing the collaboration that began in 2012 with Perspective Matters, we have once more teamed up with ensemble mosaik and Thomas Fiedler (Kommando Himmelfahrt) for transduction, premiered recently as part of 47. Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik. The photographs below were made during the final rehearsal and the concert in Darmstadt in August 11th.

transduction – ein installatives Konzertprojekt will happen in Berlin on September 3rd and 4th in the nightclub Berghain.

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Concert
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- Clemens Gadenstätter: Sad Songs (2012) ©Distruktur

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- Mark Barden: viscosity (2014)
©Distruktur

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Mauro Lanza and Andrea Valle: Regnum vegetabile (2014) (WP)
©Distruktur

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ensemble mosaik
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Bettina Junge, flute / Simon Strasser, oboe / Christian Vogel, clarinet / Martin Losert, saxophone / Ernst Surberg, piano / Roland Neffe, percussion / Adrian Pereyra, guitar / Chatschatur Kanajan, violin / Karen Lorenz, viola / Mathis Mayr, cello / Arne Vierck, sound director

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Films, photography
Distruktur - Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn
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Artistic Directors: Thomas Fiedler and Bettina Junge
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Production: ensemble Mosaik
Co-production: Internationalen Musikinstitut Darmstadt
Funding: Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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RSVP in Facebook
September 3rd
September 4th

More information
http://www.digitalinberlin.de/transduction-ensemble-mosaik-berghain-berlin-2014/


WE ARE ANIMALS

May 17th, 2014


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Please join us for a very special evening this saturday

Photography Exhibition by Aljona Wolfson
Special Guests Music + Performance + Film

Distruktur will present ÉTERNAU ALTERSTEREO


FILME DE PEDRA EM ROTTERDAM

March 26th, 2014


LaborBerlin e.V
was invited by Filmwerkplaats in Rotterdam to present a program within the frame of The 9 LABS project. The series showcase DIY analogue film labs culture from all around the world.
So we packed the film cans, guitar, moog and microphone and took a train to Rotterdam to represent the lab and to perform live. Filmwerkplaats is located in a cultural complex called WORM in the center of the city.
Joining forces with WORM´s projectionist and our hosts, the members of Filmwerkplaats, we accomplished a demanding setup: 4 x 16mm projectors, beamer, soundsystem and multiple screens. The program had video, 16mm, single and multiple projections and a filmperformance.
Distruktur screened FOTOKINO and closed the evening performing FILME DE PEDRA with live sounds and music.

Filmwerkplaats presents LaborBerlin e.V // 9 LABS part II
Program:
Terror Sounds (Jakob Kirchheim and Teresa Delgado)
Pan + 6 (Andreas Kebschull & Andreas Zech)
Pas a Pas (Sophie Watzlawick)
Lucile´s ghosts on Atlas top, Bruxelles (Guillaume Cailleau)
Awe Shocks (Anja Dornieden & Juan David Gonzalez M.)
Fotokino (Distruktur)
Sexual Chemistry (Imogen Heath)
TBI XS (Sadashivam Rao)
Schleusenroth (Volga)
Abdou´s dread in Teatro Argentina, Roma (Guillaume Cailleau)
Blinder Fleck (Björn Speidel)
Action! Camera. (Pjönghwa Kim)
Studie zur Farbe (Lucas Maia)
Ritournelle (Christopher Becks)
Filme de Pedra (Distruktur)
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Pics by Florian Cramer
find more pictures of the event HERE


DUPLICATUM

March 1st, 2014

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We were invited by Valentina Cipullo to show our fanzine # 1 at the group exhibition DUPLICATUM.

One non-itinerant exhibition, taking place in two locations.

A simultaneous reenactment displaying works by Lorenzo Bernet, BLEK, DISTRUKTUR (Melissa Dullius & Gustavo Jahn), Daniele Milvio, Johnny Mullen, Matteo Nasini, Nicola Pecoraro, Igor Sovilj, Davide Stucchi.

An exhibition about issued, print related materials that fits in ONE small bag no bigger than 50x20x40cm - including handles and wheels.

Liquids in containers over 100ml will be distributed in occasion of the opening reception the 1st of March, 7pm, c/o Vesselroom Project, Adalbertstr. 4, Berlin and from the 3rd trough the 22nd of March in 15 Rue Keller, Paris.

DUPLICATUM is curated by Valentina Cipullo and takes part in #1 Vesselroom Project, Berlin.

3 – 22 March 2014
Opening Reception
Saturday, 1 March 2014, 7pm

Vesselroom Project
Adalbertstr. 4
10999 – Berlin

Opening Hours
Wed – Fri 2-6pm
Sat 3-6pm

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15 Rue Keller
75011 – Paris, France
Open by appointment only:
valentina.cipullo@gmail.com


DOUBLE PREMIERE

January 20th, 2014

We are happy to invite you to the Berlin premiere of two of our films on coming sunday, January 26th at 8 pm.

The first film in the program, In the Traveler's Heart , was shot last winter in Lithuania, during an artist residency at the Nida Art Colony. The film was commissioned by the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius with support of Goethe Institut Vilnius and took part at the group exhibition Ritual Room in April 2013.
'In the traveler´s heart' received recently an Honourable Mention of the Jury at Festival de Cinema de Santa Maria da Feira in Portugal and was screened at the Onde section of the Torino Film Festival in Italy.

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The second half of the program is the presentation of the mineral odissey In the Traveler's Heart . The film was shot in and around Berlin and in Florianópolis - Brazil, featuring stones from all over the world. Although some excerpts of 'Filme de Pedra' have been exhibited in Berlin and São Paulo, what expects you on sunday is beyond preview and synopsis.
'Filme de Pedra' was entirely processed and copied by hand in LaborBerlin e.V.
During the projection of 'Filme de Pedra' sounds and music will be performed live.

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Program

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In the Traveler's Heart

Lithuania/Germany/Brazil - 2013, 16mm, colour, sound, 20min
Directed by Melissa Dullius & Gustavo Jahn
Synopsis: The winter reigns as the Traveler crosses by feet an ancient landscape. In this place there's also another presence, someone who's very similar to the Traveler. Does the Traveler realise this figure that cohabits the same space as him? Is the other a guardian angel or a devil?

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Filme de Pedra

Germany/Brazil - 2014, 16mm, B&W, live sounds, 20min
Directed by Gustavo Jahn & Melissa Dullius
Synopsis: Who has ears to listen to the voice of stones?

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DISTRUKTUR IM AUSLAND : DOUBLE PREMIÈRE
Jan 26th 2014 - Sunday - 8 pm
Admission 7€ / 5€

AUSLAND
Territory for experimental music, performance and art
Lychener Str. 60 10437 Berlin

Ausland http://www.ausland-berlin.de/
Distruktur http://www.distruktur.com
Facebook event http://on.fb.me/KSUeNQ

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IN THE TRAVELER´S HEART: NEXT DESTINATIONS

November 14th, 2013

After its première in the International Competition of VI Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife we are happy to announce the next destinations of our film In the traveler´s heart:

November 27th in Semana dos Realizadores, Rio de Janeiro
November 30th in 31st Torino Film Festival - Waves
December in 17th Festival de Cinema Luso Brasileiro de Santa Maria da Feira


KÜNSTLERINNENPROGRAMM

October 25th, 2013

Distruktur @ Künstlerinnenprogramm in Kino Arsenal

FLUXUS ET REFLUXUS

A man and a woman in a cargo ship trip.
A city portrayed through its empty grounds and construction spots.
A room inhabited by a couple and an angel.

The filmperformance prepared for Kino Arsenal consists of a double 16mm projection with live sounds: voice, music and noise.


Picture by Oscar de Gispert

Fluxus et Refluxus
October 26th - Sat
17h
Kino 2

The presentation will happen within the frame of Künstlerinnenprogramm. Kino Arsenal will be showing -from october 24th to 27th- works by those awarded funding in the last two years of the Berlin Cultural Affairs Department's Female Artists' Program.
More info about Künstlerinnenprogamm in Arsenal´s website.


LA PANTALLA HÍBRIDA

September 3rd, 2013

Don´t Look Back/Labirinto will be screened in Spain in September as part of the show La Pantalla Híbrida curated by Andrea Franco.

"The court of Fundación Luis Seoane will be hosting this program. This particular space, squared and air-opened, breaks for a start, with the usual way in which cinema is exhibited at the museum. The visitor who arrives to a film piece showing in an art center, bumps into a running screening, (sometimes) watches until the end, and eventually waits for a repeated image that points the beginning –his own beginning.
This session, despite including several works conceived to be screened in that erratic and interrupted manner, will have a fixed start and end, as they would be seen if they were shown in a movie theater.
The projection will commence around 9.30 pm, with the last minutes of daylight; sunset will darken the court slowly, for covering it almost with total darkness by the end of the session. As time goes by, the white cube will turn a black box; what we first saw as a museum object will now look like a movie; the spectators will attend a changing experience and will feel a strange perception in front of that artifact they are looking at, which is not a film, nor an installation, nor a museum object, but the three of them." Andrea Franco


Film Program in PDF format


CINE ESQUEMA NOVO EXPANDIDO

July 21st, 2013

On the last week of June we went to Porto Alegre, south Brazil, to be part of Cine Esquema Novo Expandido, a special edition of the film festival also known as CEN.

To announce a change in their profile -CEN will become biennial and show moving image works not only in the cinema but also in art spaces-, the festival curators invited a selection of brazilian filmmakers that have been part of the festival since its beginning, in 2003, to show works in different forms of presentation. As a special international guest William Raban brought his works to Porto Alegre.

Distruktur presented a program with the films Éternau, Triangulum and Cat Effekt. In the same day, at Santander Cultural, the live cinema project Navigation premièred, followed by a conversation with the audience. Finally, in a group show at Galeria Ecarta, the film installation Lux Interior was presented.


Lux Interior by Distruktur at Galeria Ecarta
pics by Roberto Vinicius


Please follow the links to the CEN-E website for two texts about Distruktur, in portuguese only.

http://cineesquemanovo.org/expandido/artistas-do-cen-e-4-distruktur/
http://cineesquemanovo.org/expandido/quarto-seminario-com-artistas-convidados-do-cen-e-recebe-o-duo-distruktur/


Gustavo Jahn, Morgana Rissinger and Melissa Dullius at Cine Santander Cultural
pics by Roberto Vinicius


TAKING LIBERTIES

July 9th, 2013

Distruktur's one hour long 16mm film roll Navigation had its second projection at the Taking Liberties Fashion Installation at EXIT. Designs by Juan Chamié, Music by Hyenaz, film by Distruktur.

Great place, great people!




Pics by Joe Kake

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Video doc by Emerson Pingarilho


NEW MUSIC VIDEO

June 29th, 2013

We have been working again with our friend Jonas Poppe, and his new band OUM SHATT.

Power to the Women of the Morning Shift
Music Video
Music by OUM SHATT
Image by Distruktur

https://www.facebook.com/OumShatt

Watch out for OUM SHATT´S EP release in august!
https://soundcloud.com/oum-shatt/power-to-the-women-of-the

Watch again
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcRG2ICI3PY&feature=youtu.be


CAC INTERVIU

July 1st, 2013




Last december we were invited by Asta Vaiciulyte to do a conversation for new issue of CAC INTERVIU, a bilingual (Lithuanian & English) interview based publication from SMC/CAC, the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius. We chose to talk to the portuguese filmmaker Teresa Villaverde.

Read the conversation in pdf format.

In this link you can download the complete issue (20-21), as well as the older ones. In lithuanian and english.

‘CAC INTERVIU’ No. 20-21´s release coincided with the opening of the exhibition Ritual Room and its idea is to be an expanded field of themes, questions and concepts that emerged from the project.


IN THE TRAVELER´S HEART

Apr. 28th, 2013

Short documentation of the 16mm film instalation "In the traveler´s heart", part of the group exhibition Ritual Room in the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius.

Camera by Vsevolod Kovalevskij


WAVIN´

Apr. 27th, 2013

Wavin´ from DISTRUKTUR on Vimeo.

Flags by Distruktur & Egyboy
Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
The flags can be seen at the CAC Vilnius fassade during the of exhibition Ritual Room.
For more information visit CACs website.


RITUAL ROOM

Apr. 7th, 2013

We are happy to announce our participation in the group exhibition Ritual Room in the Contemporary Art Center in Vilnius.

Artists in the exhibition: Distruktur, Ilya Dounar, Egyboy, Josef Faus, Axel Linderholm, Lea Porsager, Melanie Smith, Jonas Zukauskas ir Jurga Daubaraite

We will be showing a new work, the film installation In the traveler´s heart. The film was produced during a 9 week residency at the Nida Art Colony between january and march. After post-production in Berlin we are coming back to Vilnius for the exhibition set up and opening.

We thank the curators Ula Tornau and Asta Vaiciulyte for the co-work.

Opening April 12th 6 p.m.
Exhibition April 12th– May 19th 2013

In the traveler´s heart, 2013
2x16mm, magnetic sound, loop

The film was commissioned by the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius with support of the Nida Art Colony and Goethe-Institut Vilnius.


INTERVIEW

Apr. 7th, 2013

The electronic cultural magazine of Goethe Institut Lithuania published an interview with us about our residency in the Nida Art Colony and our working process. In german and lithuanian.

http://www.goethe.de/ins/lt/vil/kul/mag/kue/kne/sti/de10810014.htm


NIDA ART COLONY

Jan. 21st, 2013

We are here:

http://nidacolony.lt/en/news/195-new-residencies-january-february-2013


PERSPECTIVE MATTERS

Dec. 9th, 2012

On the coming week, thursday 13th and friday 14th please join us at the two-day concert project Perspective Matters in Berghain (Berlin).

Perspective Matters

On the occasion of its 15th anniversary, ensemble mosaik is developing a two-day concert project with the Brazilian 16mm film duo Distruktur and the director Thomas Fiedler. Titled perspective matters, works by six contemporary composers will be performed in an extensive installation. Thoughts on the psychology of perception are at the root of this project; a musician, film artist and director investigate and shape listening perspectives with artistic means. They will test the influence on listening habits; the possibilities inherent in different listening perspectives and situations in space will be sounded out and consciously applied.

The same way an audio guide leads visitors’ gazes through collections and to individual art objects in visual arts exhibitions, this two-day project will guide the public’s listening and focus on perspectives and possibilities. The auditory influence isn’t part of an educational objective; instead, the process of perception is the subject of artistic analysis. The audience experiences the variety of possible hearing experiences. Perspectives are simultaneously the issue and the central element for shaping both evenings.

Künstlerische Leitung/Artistic Director: Bettina Junge
Regie/Director: Thomas Fiedler/Kommando Himmelfahrt
Musikalische Leitung/Musical Direction: Enno Poppe
Film: Distruktur - Melissa Dullius & Gustavo Jahn
Darstellerin/Actress: Nadine Kittler

Programm:
13.12.12, 20 Uhr
Eduardo Moguillansky: zaehmungen #2 bogenwechsel (2011)
Brigitta Muntendorf: reinhören (2010)
Iris ter Schiphorst: Breaking... (frei nach 'Breaking the waves' von Lars von Trier) (2012) (UA)
sowie Kompositionen von/and compositions by: Hector Parra, Raphaël Cendo & Orm Finnendahl

14.12.12, 20 Uhr
Raphaël Cendo: Rokh (2012)
Orm Finnendahl: Gegenüberstellung (2010/2012) (UA)
Hector Parra: Early Life (2011)
sowie Kompositionen von/and compositions by: Eduardo Moguillansky, Brigitta Muntendorf & Iris ter Schiphorst

Karten gibt es nur an der Abendkasse / Tickets at the door 9,50 EUR.

Die Abendkasse öffnet um 19 Uhr / Ticket counter opens at 7 pm

Das Konzertprojekt wird gefördert von der / The project is financed by Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin.

Programbroschüre PDF


REVISTA LADO C

Nov. 11th, 2012

A text by us was published in the magazine Lado C. (Portuguese only)

Um texto nosso foi publicado na edição atual da revista Lado C, da Cinemateca Catarinense.
No site da cinemateca pode-se ler também as edições anteriores.

Edição em pdf da Lado C número 3 . O nosso texto está na página 7. Boa leitura!