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loop pool - Graw Böckler (Ed.)
50 video loops by 55 artists

Find narrative, documentary, hypnotic, animated, mysterious, reduced, decorative, critical, subversive, hip, sad, effective, found, artistic, technozoide, drawn, photographed, silent, loud, flickering and more loops, between 6 frames and 10 minutes duration. They all last forever.

Loops from:

Steven Ball, Anders Bojen & Kristoffer Ørum, the Books, Mariola Brillowska, Mariano Cassisi, François Chalet, Szigeti Gábor Csongor, Dienststelle, Drehort St.Georg, Markus Frohnhöfer, Christoph Girardet, Ulrike Göken, Graw Böckler, Wiebke Grösch & Frank Metzger, David Hopkinson, Oliver Husain, Industriesauger-TV, Timothée Ingen-Housz, Sabina Jacobsson, Céline Keller, Nik Kern, Yvette Klein, Michel Klöfkorn, Angelika Lepper, Marta Galvão Lucas, Gabriel Malaprade, Daniel Martinico, Sandeep Mehta, Erik Moskowitz, Gregor Passens, Sig. Pipoli, Rafaël, Juan Carlos Rey, Stefan Römer, Corinna Schnitt, Michaela Schwentner, Raul Arroyo Solis, Solitonwave, Kosei Takasaki, Telematique, Myriam Thyes, Alejandra Tomei & Alberto Couceiro, Jan Verbeek, Maria Vedder, visomat inc., Britta Wandaogo, Markus Wambsganss, Herwig Weiser, Herma Auguste Wittstock & Declan Rooney, Ondi Zahora

DVD, PAL, all regions, published by www.raumfuerprojektion.de "loop pool" is a Graw Böckler project, commissioned by the 51st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2005.


More detail information from the inlet:

a loop is like a crack in a record
a perpetuum mobile of visual emotion
repetition brings filmic motion to a halt
it´s like a magic moment that never ends


Life is a loop

Life leads us to a final point. But the “everyday” seems to repeat itself endlessly. It´s like a loop.


Perpetuum Mobile

The loop is the shortest form of filmmaking: a “perpetuum mobile” of audio-visual emotion. Comparable to a never-ending rhyme or a crack in a record, repetition brings filmic motion to a halt.


Group Project

We had always wanted to organize a group project with “Raum für Projektion” and work with the filmmakers and artists who we find interesting. Because we know from our own experience how much time and effort it takes to make a film, we always shy away from asking filmmakers to get involved without financing. Interesting loops can be created with any amount of effort. They can be a by-product of editing or an elaborately-produced sequence.


The Spectrum

The creative spectrum of the 50 video loops by 55 artists is broad. There are narrative, documentary, hypnotic, animated, mysterious, reduced, decorative, critical, hip, sad, amusing, longwinded, dramatic, found, artistic, technozoid, drawn, photographed, flickering and finely-observed loops between 6 frames and 10 minutes. Many loops are silent; others have sound or music. The spectrum of the “loop pool” DVD shows how the short format is dealt with today. Included in the list of participants are music-video or short-film directors, as well as visual artists and VJs.


Technical Prerequisite

On a DVD, contrary to on a CD, tracks can be looped. That means: At the end of a film, one automatically jumps back to the beginning. Via the “Menu” button on the remote control, one can exit the loop.


On TV

It’s fun to flip from loop to loop, or to leave one sequence on for the whole evening: The TV becomes a “moving picture”.


Communicative

Loops don’t demand as much attention as films do, and they create more of an atmosphere. Because they repeat themselves endlessly, one can also turn away once in a while to talk with someone.


Presentation

At “Raum für Projektion” the loops are set to music by DJs and musicians. Each piece is autonomous. The loops are not mixed. At the premiere during the 51st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Adam Butler, Christian Fennesz and Tujiko Noriko played live to the loops. Bettina Latak, Hanna Bächer, Lars Henrik Gass, Jade, Steffen Irlinger, Veronika and Anima played as DJs. In the exhibition situation the 50 video loops are shown on the same number of monitors or projections, or on a single monitor with one loop each day for 50 days.


Raum für Projektion

“Raum für Projektion” is a DVD label and a temporary projection space for showing video projects. The center of the space is a screen which is visible to viewers from both sides. The space is intended as a pathway between the classical cinema presentation and visuals that one knows from clubs.

Graw Böckler, Köln 2005


Introduction by Graw Böckler, with Niobe, Tujiko Noriko, Bettina Latak. Music: Donna Regina, loop from "my melancholy man", CD "Slow Killer", Karaoke Kalk 2005. 1) Steven Ball (London), "Beamerlooper" 2) Anders Bojen & Kristoffer Ørum (København), "maelstrom" - real imaginary system 3) The Books (New York), “Get Saved Again“ 4) Mariola Brillowska (Hamburg), "Horrorskitown", Music: Felix Kubin 5) Mariano Cassisi (Buenos Aires), "Viejo" 6) François Chalet (Zürich), "hin und zurück und hin" 7) Szigeti Gábor Csongor (Budapest), “Live Forever” 8) Dienststelle (Frankfurt), “Neue Stadt (Skizze 8)”, directed by Karl Kliem, Music: Alva Noto, Composer: Carsten Nicolai, Publishers / Label: raster-noton 9) Drehort St.Georg (Hamburg), „Kay Ida 2“ 10) Markus Frohnhöfer (Frankfurt), "Hightec“ 11) Christoph Girardet (Hannover), "untitled" 12) Ulrike Göken (Köln), "Niemand weiss...“ 13) Graw Böckler (Köln), "mas“, starring Leo Garcia 14) Wiebke Grösch/ Frank Metzger (Frankfurt), "Singapur“ 15) David Hopkinson (Bristol), "ramp-loop“ 16) Oliver Husain (Frankfurt), “Gondeln” 17) Industriesauger-TV (Köln), “Vintage 96” 18) Timothée Ingen-Housz (Köln), "untitled" 19) Sabina Jacobsson (Oslo), “Milk” 20) Céline Keller (Buenos Aires), “no importa” 21) Nik Kern (Köln), “postcard reality” 22) Yvette Klein (Köln), “you” 23) Michel Klöfkorn (Frankfurt), "untitled", Music: zero / werktag 24) Angelika Lepper (Berlin), “wr_f_th_wrlds”, Camera: Joerg Henning 25) Marta Galvão Lucas (Lisboa), "Gasometer" (fragment) 26) Gabriel Malaprade (Paris), “Scooter” 27) Daniel Martinico (Los Angeles), “Kiss Me Loop” 28) Sandeep Mehta (Köln), “hihi” 29) Erik Moskowitz (New York), “AB 1-8”, Music: Erik Moskowitz 30) Gregor Passens (München), “Unterdruck” 31) Sig.Pipoli (Milano), “Never never plan”, Sound: Stefano delle Monache 32) Rafaël (Bruxelles), “Denis” 33) Juan Carlos Rey (Berlin), “0:0” 34) Stefan Römer (Köln), "The Analysis of Beauty" 35) Corinna Schnitt (Köln), "untitled" 36) Michaela Schwentner (Wien), “kool loop” 37) Raúl Arroyo Solís (Barcelona), "25 enero" 38) Solitonwave (London), “The fine structure constant” 39) Kosei Takasaki (Tokyo / Köln), "Mann in weiss", Actor: David Köhne 40) telematique (Berlin), “construction”, Music: Aaron Day 41) Myriam Thyes (Düsseldorf), “EU 2020?” 42) Alejandra Tomei & Alberto Couceiro (Berlin), “Passato rennt!”, Production: Animas-Film. 43) Maria Vedder (Berlin), “Surfing”, Actor: Wolfgang Vollmer 44) Jan Verbeek (Bonn/ Tokyo), “Tokyo” 45) visomat inc. (Berlin), “Jugando por la vida”, Audio track: Un Caddie Renversé dans l´Herbe "Rewinding on no (still there)” from the CD "Some Nenu Songs" 46) Markus Wambsganss (Berlin), “Splitter” 47) Britta Wandaogo (Köln), “winneba”, Camera: Susanne Freibichler 48) Herwig Weiser (Köln/ Wien), "untitled", courtesy of Galerie Lisa Ruyper 49) Herma Auguste Wittstock & Declan Rooney (Braunschweig / Amsterdam), “Duo” 50) Ondi Zahora (Köln), “Bad news from the Stars 2”, Music: Skua Lovelle "Nansen Ridge", taken from: The Morris Jesup Rise. Label: Italic


“loop pool” is a project by Graw Böckler, grawboeckler@gmx.de

Commissioned by the 51st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen 2005

www.kurzfilmtage.de

Translations: Victoria Riccio, DTP Operator: Andrés Krause, Artwork: Graw Böckler

DVD mastering and replication: SVK Media-Service GmbH, www.svk-mediaservice.de

A "Raum für Projektion" DVD release, www.raumfuerprojektion.de

Many thanks to Lars Henrik Gass, Jessica Manstetten, Wolfgang Burat, Anna Prangenberg, Heike Thelen, Carlos Alberto Ulloa Uribe, Lena Böhm

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 28 October, 2005.
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