SEASON I

Program 01 15.10.05
Program 02 22.10.05
Program 03 29.10.05
Program 04 05.11.05
Program 05 12.11.05
Program 06 19.11.05
Program 07 26.11.05
Program 08 03.12.05
Program 09 10.12.05
Program 10 17.12.05
Program 11 25.12.05
Program 12 07.01.06
Program 13 14.01.06
Program 14 21.01.06
Program 15 28.01.06
Program 16 04.02.06
Program 17 11.02.06
Program 18 18.02.06
Program 19 25.02.06
Program 20 04.03.06
Program 21 11.03.06
Program 22 18.03.06
Program 23 25.03.06
Program 24 01.04.06
Program 25
08.04.06
Program 26 15.04.06
Program 27 22.04.06
Program 28 29.04.06


SEASON II

Program 01 14.10.06
Program 02 21.10.06
Program 03 28.11.06
Program 04 04.11.06
Program 05 11.11.06
Program 06 18.11.06
Program 07 25.11.06
Program 08 02.12.06
Program 09 09.12.06
Program 10 16.12.06
Program 11 23.12.06
Program 12 30.12.06
Program 13 06.01.07
Program 14 13.01.07
Program 15 20.01.07
Program 16 27.01.07
Program 17 03.02.07
Program 18 10.02.07
Program 19 17.02.07
Program 20 24.02.07
Program 21 03.03.07
Program 22 10.03.07
Program 23 17.03.07
Program 24 24.03.07
Program 25 31.03.07
Program 26 07.04.07
Program 27 14.04.07
Program 28 21.04.07
Program 29 28.04.07


Jeroen Kooijmans & Roy Cerpac
The city of 12 million suns

(2000) DVD vertical projection, 25 min.

 

 

 

Program 14 January 21, 2006

 

A SIDEWAYS VIEW FROM DUTCH ARTISTS

Jeroen Kooijmans & Roy Cerpac
The city of 12 million suns

(2000) DVD vertical projection, 25 min.

The city of 12 million suns: in collaboration with Roy Cerpac (2000) By assignment of MVRDV (Dutch pavilion in Expo 2000 in Hannover), we dived into Tokyo in search for the beauty of density. This results in a visual poem. Images and sounds creating private spaces.

Rob Johannesma
Antovo

2004, 8:51 min. (video, color, sound)

"Without knowing where we are, we can see circles of light shining through a white screen, and we can hear the sound of plastic mixed with a whistling wind and subterranean streams seemingly emerging from tunnels. In some places you cannot film without permission, and sometimes that is not too bad because there is so much to hear. Our impressions of a famous Russian metro station, full of marble, gold, ornaments and chandeliers, come to us jerkily and falteringly, for the greater part filmed out of a plastic bag so that much of it eludes us. Particularly the light from the chandeliers penetrates the plastic. The wonderful clumsiness of the camera and its movements becomes even clearer when it is momentarily removed from the bag and carries on filming lying on its side and upside down. This roughness bumps against the marble walls, ceilings and pillars, shoots past them or hangs onto them for a moment. All the sounds have turned into music in a marvellous 'soundscape'. Partly due to these sounds, we have managed to gain access to this monumental, unassailable place."
- Esma Moukhtar