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 an unique video/visual art event in an unusual space


2 March 2024

New premises of Bock's Corner Village

Gerbyntie/Gerbyvagen 22, 65230 Vaasa/Vasa (behind Design BYPIAS)


With the participation of the artists:
Inger Lise Hansen, Maria Ångerman, Valentina Gelain & Bekim Hasaj


Immerse yourself in an evening of video art, in a site-specific screening event in Bock's Corner Village's new spaces... called catacombs. Evocative locations that will welcome three different artfilms, or rather, shroud them in atmospheres that will shift you into a surreal dimension.

Relating to panoramas and natural elements, the audience will be drived by landscapes that will increasingly blur with inner and metaphysical scenarios, and descend into an introspective experience, until approaching the own psyche.

Also, in secondary cells you will find the sculptural series 'Shell' by Bekim Hasaj, which reveals its rocky plasticity between lights and shadows.


Dive in through the viewing order:

Inger Lise Hansen
'Proximity', 2006 (4mins)

An upside-down time-lapse camera moves along a beach, inverting the sand and sky as the weather changes. The result is a disorienting and mysterious space where the originally solid ground at the top of the frame appears to be sliding past like a lava-stream.

Maria Ångerman
'Last breath of snow', 2022 (8 min)

What happens in a deer's mind when it encounters a human? The film is an immersive imaginative journey into the perception of the deer as well as the ecosystem it is part of.
'Last Breath of Snow' is part of Troubled Landscapes.

Valentina Gelain
'The Peaks', 2023 (9min)

The art film investigates psychic instances, the connection between them, and what can be achieved if we start paying more attention and do not suppress the unconscious, but rather, actively connect and try to overcome the passive and illusory state we perpetrate with our 'conscious' mind.

Bekim Hasaj
'Shell', 2023

The series of different metal sheets represent the landscape through its textures, shapes, cavities, traces, and stories. Shaped during a process of hammering the metal on top of the hosting object, the ´shell´ is what remains after it, after a close-up encounter with a site-specific environmental object.

Organized by Black Box Genesis & Elokuvakeskus Botnia/Filmcentrum Botnia, in collaboration with Bock's Corner Village and Filmverkstaden. Supported by Eugène, Elisabeth & Birgit Nygréns Stiftelse, Bröderna Gröndahls Stiftelse.

Drinks and appetizers will be served during the event. Welcome!

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