Category: Prix photoforum pasquart 2012

In diesem Jahr fand der Prix Photoforum statt. Die Werke aus diesem Jahr widerspiegeln die Auseinandersetzungen der Kunstschaffenden mit wichtigen gesellschaftlichen Themen wie Migration und Klimawandel. Die Alchimie der analogen und digitalen Fotografie und das Greifbare der Malerei Spray und Acryl werden in ihren Arbeiten miteinander verbunden und imitieren verschiedenen Entwicklungen der Natur. Die Verbindung der unterschiedlichen Medien — von bewegtem und unbewegtem Bild — lassen eine mutierende Collage entstehen.

Welche Bilder stellen wir den Konfliktbildern, welche wir stetig in den Medien sehen, entgegen?

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Im Angesicht dieses menschlichen Dramas beschliesst er, vorerst keine Fotografien zu machen. Im Anschluss bemerkt er immer wieder solche T-Shirts, die aus Europa stammen und deren Aufschriften lustig sind — oder in dieser konkreten Situation absurd werden. Zurzeit leitet er den espace libre von Visarte Biel.

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Keep reading. Joiri Minaya, Containers performance documentation Performer Francheska Alcantara photographed by Corinne Spencer. Her work navigates binaries in search of in-betweenness, investigating the female body within constructions of identity, multi-cultural social spaces and hierarchies.

Recent works focus on questioning historic and contemporary representations of black and brown womanhood in relation to an imagined tropical identity from a decolonial stance.

Her work has been exhibited across the Dominican Republic, the United States and internationally. We ask an artist from our network to introduce us to a dozen artists from a scene that is very familiar to them, and publish on Flare a series of images and a presentation of their work.

Her practice revolves mainly around the changing status of intimacy in what appears to be a tenderless era. Personal engagement with her visual narratives, use of her own archive and involved participation create a framework where an intimate conversation unfolds into a visual experiment.

She explores the common points between performance and photography, using her own body and identity, to emphasize on her female gaze. Ces nouvelles images s'inscrivent dans le genre de la photographie de rue et se distancient radicalement des strictes compositions de mes photographies au contenu essentiellement architectural.

These new images fit into the genre of street photography and stand in radical contrast to the strict compositions of my photographs with predominantly architectural content. Last summer, I made my first attempts to use the large-format camera in an unusual way, without a tripod and from my freehand, in the middle of the dynamic flux of highly frequented pedestrian zones in Berlin. With the focus fixed at 80 cm, I approached people on the street to take pictures from this short distance.

I searched for a condensation of the situation in the postures, the textures of skin and clothes or in the hair crossed by light and wind, mostly without showing the faces of the people. In this spontaneous way of working, the detail of the picture and the distance can hardly be controlled. It allows an unnoticed, almost intimate view, in which unusual details such as the shadows playing in the drape of a skirt, rendered in high detail thanks to the format of the negative of 13 x 18 cm, determine the composition.

Collective Actions group was founded by a group of artists based in Moscow and it marked the beginning of Moscow Conceptualism, even if this term came only later. Following this link you will find the catalogue of the actions, from the very first one in to the most recent in October Here photography is a very important tool for documenting the actions, and thanks to this documentation the work can be seen by many people, and not only the spectators of the actions, who are invited by the collective.

MM: So we are looking at pieces made out of a certain kind of plastic which is a copolyester. They unfold from previous research on containers for water. Or what happens on the inside? MM: Basically yes, this is it. And yeah, the process simply continues to happen. MM: I would say it was maybe another thread of the same kind of ideas.

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So what happens is that the green tends to disappear before the blue. JV: In both cases this stuff is alive, in a way. JV: On one hand you evoke the economy of something that is emitting its own time.Machen und helfen Sie mit!

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Participez et aidez-nous! Dezember und vom 4. Stock, eingesehen werden. Vom 5. Dort findet am Januar um Abteilung Stadtplanung. Standort: Gartenstrasse 9, Biel 3, Parzelle Nr. Bauvorhaben: Umbau der best. Ausnahmen: art. Auflage- und Einsprachefrist: 4. Akteneinsicht: Mo—Fr: 8. Hinweis: Die Stadtverwaltung bleibt ab Dezember bis am 3. Januar geschlossen. Abteilung Stadtplanung Biel.

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Stadt Biel Baugesuch Nr. Zonenplan: Verkehrsraum. Ausnahmen: Art. Lieu: rue des Jardins 9, Bienne 3, parcelle no Protection des eaux: zone B. Sonntag Kapelle Magglingen, Kappellenweg 18, Kathrin Rehmat. Stadtkirche, Ring 2, Theo Schmid. Spitalzentrum, Eric Geiser. Dezember bis Mi, 9. Dezember Paulushaus, Blumenrain 24, Mi, The Prix Photoforum is one of the few photography awards in Switzerland with no limits of nationality, age or career stage, and no imposed theme.

As a result, it presents each year a great diversity of works, testifying to the richness of the contemporary photographic scene and the plurality of uses of the image. The projects selected this year reflect the remarkable commitment of contemporary photographers and artists to exploring major issues facing our society: ecology and the position of humanity in the face of the upheavals it is causing to the planet, migration out of and within Europe, systemic violence in Western society, the need for refuge and community, the negotiation of individual and collective identities, in particular.

Alongside these concerned works are precise and rigorous explorations centred on the photographic medium, and issues of perception and representation.

In her experimental and explorative work, the artist deals with her German-Ghanaian origins and the resulting challenges within social constructs. While the work is strongly autobiographical, it also refers to the fatal consequences of systemic racism and racial inequality which have gained a new level of global awareness triggered by the case of Derek Chauvin and George Floyd and the subsequent global protest movements. The jury also decided to award a special mention to the photographer Camille Millerand for his long-term project Bled Runner.

This work, initiated in Algeria infollows the long-term migratory routes of people who have undertaken to reach Europe clandestinely, and whose trajectory will lead them to Europe, to other African countries, or on the way back to their country of origin. The edition of the Prix Photoforum received proposals from artists and photographers.

Prix Photoforum 6 December — 17 January Haettenschweiler Samuel — Under construction until further notice Veranstaltung Navigation Photography workshop: Truth or lie?I m open for collaborations, editiorial works and assignments.

Sono volentieri disponibile a collaborazioni, lavori editoriali e incarichi fotografici vari. Born in Lodano, a small village of two hundred inhabitants south of the Alps, where I spent my childhood and adolescence. Then I started traveling and living away from home, immediately feeling great curiosity in discovering new lands and cultures. Photography pushed me to move, observe and get closer to people, helping me to discover different points of view and ways of life.

I am particularly interested in how people relate, transform and adapt to the territory they inhabit. After years of various trips and long stays abroad Great Britain, Spain, Mexico and Central Americatoday I live again in Ticino, in a stone house at the beginning of the Verzasca Valley. I work as a freelance photographer on personal projects and I am always interested in new collaborations at local and international level.

Sono nato a Lodano, un piccolo villaggio di duecento abitanti a Sud delle Alpi, dove ho passato infanzia e adolescenza. La fotografia mi ha spinto a muovermi, osservare e avvicinarmi alle persone, aiutandomi a scoprire differenti punti di vista e stili di vita.

In passato ho inoltre vinto il premio Emergentes del festival internazionale Encontros da Imagen Portogallo. Nel ho co-fondato Verzasca Foto Festival, per il quale mi occupo della direzione artistica.

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Lavoro come fotografo free-lance a progetti personali e sono interessato a sempre nuove collaborazioni a dimensione locale ed internazionale. Cart 0.Marking its 30th jubilee this year, the Kunsthaus looks back on 30 years of collecting activity.

Oriented at the beginning towards regional art, the collection has focused for several years on works by international artists shown in an exhibition at the Kunsthaus. Today the Kunsthaus-Collection numbers over works. It combines fragments in new forms and produces a multiplicity of different ways of seeing things that connect or recoil from each other. The exhibition presents new acquisitions, works that have rarely been seen as well as others that are familiar, series of works or individual pieces.

The variety reflects the changing views of those protagonists who have helped mould the collection, but also the role of donations in defining new emphases. In this encounter between works there can emerge on the one hand relationships or correspondences; on the other hand, the individual pieces often have little in common.

The testing of constellations and contemporary perspectives on the collection allow new contexts to emerge. We feel it is important to expand our perspectives on 30 years of the collection with the work of current artists from Biel. Their artistic view creates a lively dialogue with the existing work.

As a satellite project the artist Till Velten b. A work by Till Velten. San Keller has developed a critical and humorous practice by making his art a part of daily life. Participative acts are his main focus. He questions ways of dealing and operating as well as the role of the artist and the place of art in society. With San Kellers Stammtisch he invites visitors to take a seat, have a drink and enter into conversation — perhaps also with the artist himself. The painter Jeanne Jacob made several new works for the exhibition, with which she in various ways reacts to artists in the collection.

The two figures in the painting seem to be caught in a moment between fun and boredom. Jacob paints people and bodies, unstaged and caught in an everyday matter-of-factness; sensuous and intimate, without appearing pornographic. They are situated in a kind of state of uncertainty, in which ideals are subverted and contradictions are possible. Moser is concerned with volumes and the experimentation with unusual materials such as tar, beeswax and graphite and their various states.

With the choice of materials, he creates a sculptural vocabulary that seems simultaneously sensuous and sober.

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In his work quercus herman de vries works with found pieces from nature. In this sense he is less concerned in his artistic work with a superficial aesthetic, but with the perception of nature and an inspired potential for awareness that to a certain extent is transmitted by nature.

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He says that being naked makes him free, open and receptive, so that he can feel himself connected to the world. The exhibition kicks off with an older generation of artists from Biel who were significantly involved in the foundation of the Kunsthaus and whose works also became part of the collection. Whereas today acquisitions from national and international artists from the exhibitions programme are the focus of the collection, at that time it was primarily local artists.

Outside we are greeted by the neon sculpture merci, by susanne muellerwhich at night radiates from the roof of the extension. The artist made it on the occasion of the referendum inadopted by the large majority of voters, in favour of the plans to extend the Kunsthaus. These Fassadenzeichen are a signal identifying cultural buildings and institutions as places of art.

Mingling among those who accompanied the Kunsthaus in the past is the invited artist from Biel, Katrin Hotzwho responds to the Kunsthaus-Collection with various older works from her archive. At the centre of his practice is nature as a space of life and experience. He develops his own systems in order to preserve moments of natural variety. He works primarily with natural materials and is concerned with processes and questions of formation.Dezember, ab Freitag, 4.

Dezember, Samstag, 5. Matthias Hochhuth. Sonntag, 6. Dezember, 9. Advent in der Kirche Arch. Matthias Hochhuth und Ursula Sonderegger Orgel. Mittwoch, 9.

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Donnerstag, Ausgerichtet von den Landfrauen mit der 3. Anmeldung und Fahrdienst: Frau H. Mader, Tel. Donnerstag, 3. Klassenverantwortlich: Katechetin Ruth Genier, 78 Kirche: Offenes Singen im Advent. Orgel: Ursula Weingart; Leitung: Pfr. Daniel Wiederkehr; Sigristendienst: Liliana Kocher.

Dienstag, 8. Verantwortlich: Katechetin Ruth Genier, 78 Dezember, 2. Advent, 9.Keep reading. Try not to think of sex. Wie kam es zur Sexualisierung dieser Meeresfrucht? Joiri Minaya, Containers performance documentation Performer Francheska Alcantara photographed by Corinne Spencer.

Her work navigates binaries in search of in-betweenness, investigating the female body within constructions of identity, multi-cultural social spaces and hierarchies. Recent works focus on questioning historic and contemporary representations of black and brown womanhood in relation to an imagined tropical identity from a decolonial stance.

Her work has been exhibited across the Dominican Republic, the United States and internationally. The visual capture of food today works with minimal effort.

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The intention behind it is often the immortalisation and artistic presentation of delicious food. However, while our Instagram feeds are littered with tasty foods, most people eat quite normal meals in their daily lives.

So a future analysis of our eating habits based on Instagram or Pinterest would result in a historically completely distorted picture. Similar things happen when you interpret paintings of food for a realistic representation of early modern eating habits.

Scientists from the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University have examined paintings of food made between and Artists and clients tended to paint or have painted special, desirable or aesthetically pleasing foods. Paintings of food thus did not serve the historically correct representation of reality. We ask an artist from our network to introduce us to a dozen artists from a scene that is very familiar to them, and publish on Flare a series of images and a presentation of their work.

Her practice revolves mainly around the changing status of intimacy in what appears to be a tenderless era. Personal engagement with her visual narratives, use of her own archive and involved participation create a framework where an intimate conversation unfolds into a visual experiment. She explores the common points between performance and photography, using her own body and identity, to emphasize on her female gaze. Ces nouvelles images s'inscrivent dans le genre de la photographie de rue et se distancient radicalement des strictes compositions de mes photographies au contenu essentiellement architectural.

These new images fit into the genre of street photography and stand in radical contrast to the strict compositions of my photographs with predominantly architectural content. Last summer, I made my first attempts to use the large-format camera in an unusual way, without a tripod and from my freehand, in the middle of the dynamic flux of highly frequented pedestrian zones in Berlin.

With the focus fixed at 80 cm, I approached people on the street to take pictures from this short distance. I searched for a condensation of the situation in the postures, the textures of skin and clothes or in the hair crossed by light and wind, mostly without showing the faces of the people. In this spontaneous way of working, the detail of the picture and the distance can hardly be controlled. It allows an unnoticed, almost intimate view, in which unusual details such as the shadows playing in the drape of a skirt, rendered in high detail thanks to the format of the negative of 13 x 18 cm, determine the composition.

Collective Actions group was founded by a group of artists based in Moscow and it marked the beginning of Moscow Conceptualism, even if this term came only later.

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Following this link you will find the catalogue of the actions, from the very first one in to the most recent in October Here photography is a very important tool for documenting the actions, and thanks to this documentation the work can be seen by many people, and not only the spectators of the actions, who are invited by the collective.

MM: So we are looking at pieces made out of a certain kind of plastic which is a copolyester. They unfold from previous research on containers for water.

Or what happens on the inside? MM: Basically yes, this is it. And yeah, the process simply continues to happen.