Selection Open Call
Posted on 2012/04/16
Still from Now I’m Beautiful! by Cat Del Buono.
Selection Open Call
curated by Anders Weberg
619 submissions where sent in and these 26 is my selection.
11 of the videos will be distributed in 10 cities in the south of Sweden using QR codes.
The whole program will be screened in Ängelholm as well.
1. Martin Thaulow (DK) – Drowning – 2’55’’ – QR
Video loop made for the multimedia installation Falling Water.
Martin is Scandinavia based artist trained and educated in the traditional craft of painting, later expanding his artistic field as a videographer/ video artist, currently having painting and video art as his main media.
The past years he has been collaborating with a wide range of artists from other visual media e.g. glass, ceramics, theatre, music and performance art. This involved a number of installations, performances, set designs, visuals for concerts, music videos and fine art exhibitions.
2. Reinhold Bidner (AT) – Addicted – 3’17’’ QR
Are there „real“ answers or do we only project them into our head? Are we lonesome individuals in need of protection, or multiple creatures driven by egoism?
Studied MultiMediaArt in Salzburg, Animation in Scotland, Dundee. 2001
2002-2006: Ars Electronica Futurelab Linz (KeyResearcher TimeBasedMedia) Since 2006 freelancing in Video, Photography, Media Design, Mediaart, as an Individual or in the Collectives 1n0ut and Goldextra, + cocurating AustrianFlipbookFestival.
Has received awards and scholarships and international exhibitions (New York, Dallas, Seville, Madrid, Paris etc.). 2006: Residency at Palac Akropolis Prague. 2008: Winner Media Art Award Salzburg and MusicVideoClip-Award (Backup-Festival Weimar), 2009: scholarships Paris (Cite des Arts) and Paliano (IT). Lives/works in Salzburg (teaching at University for applied sciences and technologies), and Vienna (experiments in Media, Visualisation, Performance, Video, Photography).
3. Nadja Verena Marcin (DE) – Singing In The Rain – 4’22’’
In the magical morning hour of downtown L.A., a female figure appears in the deserted city center wearing nothing but a nude costume of skin-colored tights, underwear and a handmade-bra with stuffed breasts. As she begins to reenact Gene Kelly’s famous dance of ”Singing in the rain”, his male movements find realization in her improvisational act.
Born in Germany, she received her MFA from Columbia University, New York. Marcin’s creations are exhibited in museums, art spaces/galleries and distinguished collections worldwide, including: DAAD, New York, 2011;’Qui Vive?’ Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow MOMA, 2010; ARTWORKinternational, Inc. Grant, 2010; Salon/Screening, ICA Philadelphia, 2010; Uncontrollable Flesh, Berkley Art Museum, 2010; Short-Term Deviation, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York; Kaunas Biennale, National Museum, 2009; Videonale 11& 10, Kunstmuseum, Bonn; Mediations Biennale, Poznan, 2008; Models of Self-Reflection, AZKM, Muenster, 2008; FIFA-Festival pour Film sur L’Art, Montreal, 2008; EJECT-Ex teresa arte actual, Mexico City; Fulbright Award, 2007; and Jumpnights, Ludwig Museum, Cologne, 2007.
4. Richard Jochum (US) – Twenty Angry Dogs – 1’
Group Bark looks like a family portrait, but actually shows people barking like angry dogs. The one-minute video is the single channel appendix to the sound and video installation ”Twenty Angry Dogs”, a project in which I had 20 people bark individually in front of a camera.
Richard Jochum is a media artist and sculptor with a strong focus on video, installation, and performance. He has shown his work in more than 100 exhibitions worldwide. His most recent solo exhibitions (2011) have been on display in Vienna (Kuenstlerhaus), Appenzell (Tanzsaal) and Bregenz (Kuenstlerhaus) with group shows at the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York (Alpine Desire), at the AllanNederpelt Gallery (decelerator), the Dumbo Arts Center (Brooklyn), among others. His work is being represented by Gallery Bundo (South-Kroea) and Gallery Lindner (Vienna). He teaches combined and intermedia at Columbia University in New York.
5. Conny Karlsson (SE) – Section (Notes On Secret Places) - 11’9’’
In a series of texts with different characteristics, based on fragments of private notes, diary entries and encyclopedias I discuss the way of using classification and separation as a tool of power and protection. A common method of protecting a society from something that is considered unpleasant, does not fit in or in other ways are found disturbing, both in a historical and present perspective. A series of cinematic tableux shows the need to create different sections, and force the subject into secret places.
Conny Karlsson is based in Stockholm and NY. He holds an MFA in Fine Arts from Valand Academy of Fine Arts 2003. His work has been featured at Kunsthall Nikolaj Copenhagen, Gallery September, the 5th Berlin Biennale both in Berlin, Documenta Magazine Project Kassel and The New Whight Gallery Los Angeles. Recently he showed at Gallery 54 (solo) in Sweden, CFF – Centre for Film and Photography, Moderna Museet Stockholm, Bildmuséet Umeå and Kalmar Art Museum. He has been awarded several grants and residensies and currently holds a two-year working grant from the Swedish Art Council.
6. Albert Merino (ES) – La Trace Du Sel – 7’40” - QR
Salt is a basic mineral that is corrosive but also essential for the survival of live. This element is used as the main conductor of the fiction that takes place in an outraged and disfigured city. Several characters are crossing this space, that mixed organic and inorganic properties. This is a route across a symbolic universe full of references where the pictures developed a syntax of its own from their elements.
Albert Merino (Barcelona 1979) is graduate in Fine Arts in the University of Barcelona and the Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee. During several years he developed an extensive work of videoart between the cites of Paris, Barcelona and Berlin.
Using a personal and intimate language, he develops a vast imagery where the video is used as a tool to intercede in the daily life, verging often irony and absurdity. His work cover different genres from experimental films, to videodance, or fake documentaries.
During the past two years, his work has been recognized with several awards, and was also shown in exhibitions and festivals arround the world, such as, Los Angeles Art Fair, the Festival Madatac in the Museum Reina Sofia of Madrid, the Latin Videoart Festival of New York, the Optica festival in Paris, or the Biennal of Art from Cerveira.
7. Leslie Supnet (CA) – Gains + Losses – 3’26” - QR
Through situational vignettes, gains + losses illustrates the filmmaker’s thoughts on death and other personal, day-to-day anxieties. The work touches on internal grief, tempered with a playful sense of humour and lo-fidelity charm.
Leslie Supnet is an artist whose drawing, animated and film work aims to represent sincerity, lived experience, and the multiplicity of human emotion. Her moving image works have screened at various festivals, such as the Images Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Signal & Noise, Image Forum Festival, and LA Film Forum.
8. Andres Pineros (CO) – Tounge Cementery – 3′ - QR
In almost all Native Latin American cultures the process of continuous disappearance of indigenous languages is a fact. Is paradoxical to find versions of national anthems in these native languages and dialects.
This video is a challenge to the figure of colonialism . The translation of the national anthem to their native language seems to be a harmless exercise in wich the they celebrate the disappearance of their own cultural expression. This is the Colombian national anthem singed in nassawaye.
Master of fine arts and industrial designer (certificate of degree in course) from the Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, has an emphasis on artistic production in two and three dimensions, and new media. With a strong interest in research and development of projects from the arts and design fields.
9. Elisabeth Smolarz (US) – S.T.T.L – 4’20’’ QR
S.T.T.L (Sit tibi terra levis, or ”May the earth rest lightly on you”) is a short video about the way we die. Since human death is typically hidden from everyday life we often imagine it occurring as an abrupt event. I asked a hospice volunteer to describe to me the most likely scenario of my life’s end.
In the course of political change in the former Communist Poland of 1989 Elisabeth Smolarz’s family emigrated to Germany. She received her BA and her MFA from the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart and moved to New York in 2000.
Since then her work has been shown nationally and internationally – in venues such as Kunsthalle Galapagos New York, Photography Triennial Esslingen, Carnegie Mellon, Independent Museum of Contemporary Art (IMCA) Cyprus, Reykjavik Photography Museum, Espai d’art contemporani de Castelló, the Sculpture Center, New York and the 3rd Moscow Biennale among others.
10. Richard O’sullivan (UK) – Broken Windows – 5’14’’
Broken Windows consists of the last footage shot with a digital camcorder: these are the dying gasps of the camera. On one level, the piece might serve as a de-mystification of the digital image; the degradation of the footage broadly implies the processes by which the real world is interpreted as video. Video’s constitution of the world as image is laid bare, and it is disconcerting to see the torturous decay of the material as the camera fights to maintain its simulation of the world. On another level, however, the piece implies the impossible mystery of most technology for most viewers. The functioning of the camera, evident in the image only when it fails as here, is something which most of us can’t – or don’t want to – understand. We comprehend technology so little, that we must engage with it on a purely aesthetic level as a source of magic or wonder.
Richard O’Sullivan is an experimental filmmaker and video artist. He graduated from the M.F.A. program in Film Production/ Direction at U.C.L.A Film School in Los Angeles (University of California at L.A.), and at the University of Warwick. His videos explore the meanings of place, and have focused on the contradictions of the Californian landscape. Other works have explored visual perception and video technology against a background of the Welsh countryside. The artist has also produced the feature-length documentary Cradle, which follows a personal investigation. Since 2008, Richard has taught experimental media production in the Department of Theatre, Film and TV at Aberystwyth University, UK.
11. Richard Broomhall (UK) – Tom Long’s Truths – 1’45’’
At the intersection of 5 ancient roads on Minchinhampton Common, Gloucestershire, official history, folklore, received truth and established fiction converge in the form of Tom Long’s Post, a simple sign post, whose arms direct one toward tragedy, romance, mysticism, cold logic and the polyphonic nature of truth. Tom Long’s Truths explores the multitude of oral narratives that flow around the post that bears this mysterious figure’s name – the patchwork voices of folklore, the studied tones of researched history, the romantic shades of gothic fiction, the broad tumble of local opinion and the intellectual rigour of anthropological theory.
Based at Spike Island, Bristol, UK. Richard gained his BA (hons) from UCA Maidstone in 2004 and his MFA from Bath Spa in 2006. To complete his education he worked for Artists Clio Barnard and Damien Hirst. His work is held in study and private collections and has been screened and installed at festivals, galleries, museums and on television across Europe.
12. Ran Slavin (IL) – Smoke And Mirrors – 3’54’’
Smoke and mirrors
Etymology: From the dubious vaudeville techniques traditionally used by stage magicians.
Smoke and mirrors is a metaphor for a deceptive, fraudulent or insubstantial explanation or description. The source of the name is based on magicians’ illusions, where magicians make objects appear or disappear by extending or retracting mirrors amid a confusing burst of smoke.
In the field of computer programming, it is used to describe a program or functionality that does not yet exist, but appears as though it does (vaporware). More generally, ”smoke and mirrors” may refer to any sort of presentation by which the audience is intended to be deceived, such as an attempt to fool a prospective client into thinking that one has capabilities necessary to deliver a product in question.
Among hackers it’s strongly associated with bogus demos and crocked benchmarks-An inaccurate measure of computer performance.
The phrase, popularized by newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin c.1975, has been said to derive from carnie slang for magic acts and `freak show’ displays that depend on `trompe l’oeil’ effects, but also calls to mind the fierce Aztec god Tezcatlipoca (”Smoking Mirror”) for whom the hearts of huge numbers of human sacrificial victims were regularly cut out.
Ran Slavin (1967) is a Tel Aviv based film maker, video artist and sound producer. His work often oscillates from dream like narratives to science fiction and neo-noir. The cinema of Ran Slavin is the embodiment of radical recognition and sentient bewilderment in the urban fabric of a human reality that is dominated by forms and deprived of communication. A video artist who lets the signs and meanings of his works emerge from a symbiotic and convulsive relationship between sound and image, Ran Slavin searches for order in the chaos of the senses, produces a rational dysfunction of reality in digital form, elaborates a theory of audio visions in his films that view reality like an organic structure where forms and figures incessantly overlap. Stressing the concept of interference as an element that both absorbs and rejects the world’s signals, Slavin searches for a framework that can decode the organized and unsystematic chaos it encounters.
13. Tina Willgren (SE) – The Polymoids – 2’52’’
The idea for “the Polymoids” emerged when visiting vacant urban areas in Stockholm. In the middle of town, surrounded by a hectic city life there exist spots that seem to have escaped city planning. There is an abandoned railway track and pillar landscapes under bridges. Having a very special atmosphere about them, something spooky and unpredictable, distinctly different from the surrounding city emerges. Walking in these areas is like exploring unknown territories, one does not know what will show up behind the next corner. Lots of waste is lying around, sometimes carried away by the wind, and it feels as though a very special type of flora and fauna could develop here, where dead matter comes to life. I think about the video as a kind of a nature documentary, which take this special biotope as its theme.
Born in Tierp, Sweden, 1972. Live and work in Stockholm, primarily with video. MA degree at the Royal University College of Fine Arts in Stockholm 2005. My work often deals with the sensorial aspects of civilization and the interaction between the worlds we perceive as either inner or outer. Recent exhibitions and screenings include: “WPA Experimental Media Series”, USA/“Visionaria”, Toscana Video Festival, Piombino, Italy/”Giessen Video Art Festival”, Giessen, Germany/“Projetaveis”, Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre, Brazil/ “Pantheon International Xperimental Video and Animation Festival”.
14. Barcellona Federica (IT) – Volo Nero – 6’08’’ QR
Inspired and dedicated to the poetic force of women in black (in 1988 in a square of Jerusalem by the meeting of seven Israeli women who stay silently for an hour every Friday with signs that say ”STOP THE OCCUPATION” to the Israeli Government’s military occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, borns a wave that propagates into other twenty-four cities including Tel Aviv, Haifa, London, Amsterdam, New York, Rome. The movement of DiN (women in black) becomes the symbol, the stimulus for the establishment of women’s groups in different parts of the world that feature this desire to build peace, embracing the expression of their methodology: present in body and soul dressed in black, silent impose themselves and confront the looks of the people. The art of communicating in silent.
”Only later learned the art of silence. That useful weapon!. ” (women of Belgrade October 12, 1996) ”(…) a vision of a world that has the ability to choose and to change this company founded on oppression and on power, on the economic and social injustice. The desire to be protagonists of this change. ” (Luisa Morgantini) ”
From 1990 my interest focuses on the actor’s body with intense theatre’s studies (Brook, Grotowski, Barba). I am very enthusiastic to Artaud, Genet and Fassbinder, Weil and obviously to others artists who have become humus of my path. With other female artists we form a group for investigate in the expression of the body of actress based on listening and understanding of feeling feminine. We give life to different shows in Bologna ’90. I follow the Technical method of F. Aberasturi, research body post-organic, cyberperformance.
In 1996 I graduate in DAMS with the thesis ”The Gypsy flamenco dance as artistic expression-antropologic” and I go out from the scene exclusively spectacular to spaces free of identity, of passage. The writings of h. Cixous, j. Jonas, m. Abramovic, j. Cage and m. Barney, with the evolution of video art (by n. Jun Paik and b. Viola) become the inspiration of my creative research.
My attention is focused on women without excluding other social actors; on that inner world, hidden, revealed, paradoxically, in the relation between body and world, so the use of elements of social recognition: the interaction between the physical body and the represented body.
Since 2000 I use audio visual media, this allows me to realize the importance of a social environment more and more involved in the process of the work and to operate with two floors of observations and two parallels processing projects.
In a communication between different media and performance, the creation is a composition of body, videos, music, photography and objects that together tell a path.
15. Nina Kurtela (HR) – Transformance – 8’15’’ QR
Transformance is a video-event-work that activates and documents a five-month durational performance. Over this period of time, Nina Kurtela establishes a daily practice of visiting and witnessing the changes at the building site of the Uferstudios, Wedding, Berlin – the warehouse for the repair of public trams and buses becomes a dance institution. She is spectator to the making of an institution, an art institution, the making of the theatre stage. The camera acts as a witness to her performing/witnessing. The piece emerges as a case study of an individual subject’s encounter with the radical transformations of social structures and operative models within the performing society. The artist is present at the birth of Berlin’s new contemporary dance centre, an institution that will certainly come to play a part in shaping and organizing the dynamic of the city’s dance community. The work emerges in the force field of a commitment to the daily execution of present-ness in relation to the specific context where this act takes place: the building site of the theatre. What unfolds is a 8-minute work with multi-faceted implications. The body is rendered a statue through the changes of time. The screen becomes the performing skin.
Nina Kurtela is a visual artist and a dancer born in 1981 in Zagreb, Croatia (at that time Yugoslavia). She studied “Contemporary Dance, Context, Choreography” at the UdK and co-operative dance education center in Berlin and Sculpture and New Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. In past five years she has been actively exhibiting her work across Europe trough various fields such as solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, film festivals, screenings, theater /dance /performance festivals and venues. In her work she is busy with the cross media field of research and creation between disciplines such as visual and performing arts.
She received several important awards like Henkel Art Award in MUMOK (Vienna) last year. This year the Institute for Contemporary Art nominated her for Radoslav Putar Awar in Croatia. Her video-performance-work TRANSFORMANCE is about to be presented on Transmediale festival in Berlin next year.
16. Basir Mahmood (PK) – My Father – 2’10’’ QR
Video work is an expression of artist relationship with his father. ‘My Father’ does not reveal the face of the person who is trying to insert thread in the needle. Although one just glimpses the hand, thread and the needle, but the position of needle fixed downward in a middle of the frame. The focus on the banal attempts to put thread through a tiny hole turns it into a metaphor of age and human struggle.
17. Cat Del Buono (US) – Now I’m Beautiful! – 1’31’’
In “Now Iʼm Beautiful!” my performance aims to accentuate the absurdity of women conforming to an arbitrary idea of beauty.
Cat Del Buono received a BA from Boston College and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts. She also attended the graduate film program at NYU. She started as a photographer and filmmaker and now focuses video installations. Awards include a NYFA Strategic Opportunity Stipend, 2nd Prize at the 13th International Open at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, SVA Alumni Scholarship Award, a residency at ArtCenter/South Florida. Cat has exhibited at DUMBO Arts Festival in Brooklyn, the Visual Arts Gallery in Chelsea, Fountain Art Fair Miami, Womenʼs Caucus for Art, and Woman Made Gallery to name a few.
18. Sergio Sotomayor (ES) – Madera #02 – 4’44’’ QR
The way of thinking that came up to the 19th century Industrial Revolution was primary based on economic and social growth criteria, originating a development which most negative influences have been an out of control exploitation of the natural resources of the planet and its contamination like never before could be imagined.
Wood represent the comeback of life itself from something which is apparently inert. There exists, inside every being that ever lived, a genetic legacy, a code capable of recreating what it was once and of allowing its evolution beyond space and time.
Sergio Sotomayor (Spain, 1976) is a visual artist attracted by the blending of art and science, the intersection between biology and technology, focusing on the origins and developments of life, consciousness, language and meaning. He explores complex evolutionary processes and the influence of technology.
19. Laura Focarazzo (AR) – Other Moons – 2’21’’
Other moons is the third work in the Light Series. This work is like a “zoom in” about the things that surround us, where the highest level of abstraction not only does it allow us so reveal ourselves in new forms, it also allows us to think the possibility of new worlds. It’s a piece in collaboration with the French sound artist, Thierry Massard.
Laura Focarazzo lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied Graphic Design at the University of Buenos Aires. Also she has studied art and film direction with prestigious directors.
20. Shachaf Yaron (IL) – Time Has Come – 9’15’’
TIME HAS COME is an art ist ic expression of the last moments in the life of a Jewish woman in the Holocaust. She awaits her death, and when he comes to take her, she wears the dress he gives her, and dances with his unt il her end.
This is the last moment of innocence, the end of humanity. inspired by the book ”Badenheim, 1939″ by Aharon Appelfeld
Shachaf Yaron studied BA in visual communication at the Gerrit Rietveld academy, The Netherlands 1996-2000.
21. Christoph Oertli (BE) – The Ground Is Moving – 10’35’’ QR
The camera pans across façades and greenery in slow horizontal movements. Itʼs like an extended moment in the summer, at sunset, when a strong light is hitting the sceneries almost horizontally and dividing them in light and dark zones. People traverse from light to dark, as if the overstepping of this border was something very significant or magical. They become figures appearing or disappearing from further away, from the depth of an undefined black space. One could call it backstage or behind the scenes, where a parallel world seems to exist. Itʼs something like a time- and spaceless existence, where humans come from and go back into.
1962* Winterthur/Switzerland, lives and works in Basel/Switzerland and Brussels/Belgium
HGK Zürich, Graphic design; Swiss Television Zürich, stage design; HGK Basel, audiovisual design.
videotapes, video installations, documentary videos. Works 1995-97 on cruise-ships around the world,
lives 1998-2000 in Montréal/Canada and 2002-07 in Paris, then moves to Brussels.
2000-02 lecturer for video Fachhochschule Vorarlberg/Austria. 2004/06/11 guest lecturer HGK Lucerne/CH.
22. Ninia Sverdrup (SE) – Petrol Station – 8’30’’
Urban Scene XII: Petrol Station, is filmed with a fixed camera that captures everyday events at a gas station, an urban space that in itself has the character of a movie set. None of the action is planned. Cars drive by, some stop for a while and some disappears. The movement of a billboard becomes the rhythm of the film, which continues forever in the loop.
Ninia Sverdrup (b.1971) is a Swedish artist working with video and drawing. She graduated from Umeå Art Academy 2004, and since then lives and works in Berlin.
Her work has long dealt with the concept of time. She has worked with a series of issues of time and its relationship to other concepts, such as rationality. One of Sverdrup’s early pieces was My To-Do List, in which she spent an entire day at the post office—from nine in the morning until six in the evening— just to buy three stamps. Sverdrup often makes reference to the Japanese concept of ma, the valuable emptiness in a non-rational way of perceiving time and space.
23. Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara Friedman (FR) – Double Bind – 4’10’’
This is the video of a performance done on July 20th 2010 in Toulouse, France. This is a reflection on the strength and the pain of the tie between two individuals.
BARBARA FRIEDMAN alias Barbara Le Béguec (born 1982 in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, France) MFA from Université Toulouse-Le-Mirail, France
GILIVANKA KEDZIOR alias Stéphanie Ruget (born 1976 in Toulouse, France) BA Art History and Psychology, Université Toulouse-Le-Mirail, France
24. Shahar Marcus – (IL) – Leap of faith – 3’3’’ QR
The video leap of faith starts with a shot of the artist wearing a suit, standing on the window’s edge, getting ready to make the leap of his life to the wide open space. The artist is hesitating, having difficulties in creating a momentum to jump, but eventually jumps. Surprisingly he freezes horizontally, while his feet touch the window’s edge – homage to the known work of Yves Klein ”Artist jumps into the void (1959). When the shot opens up it appears that the window from which the artist was afraid to jump is just a few feet above ground. The camera stands still presenting a grotesque and surreal image of the artist hanging between heaven and earth.
Shahar Marcus (Israel 1971) is an interdisciplinary artist who works primarily in video, performance and sculpture. In his
works he relates his body to organic and perishable materials, such as dough, bread, juice or ice. His relationship to the materials examines the position and the role of his body as both human and creator. His choice of perishables likewise highlights the nature of art and life
Marcus had exhibited in many exhibitions around the world including Tate modern in London, The Israel and the Tel Aviv museum in Israel, The Charlottenburg kunsthhalle in Copenhagen, The Moscow and Poznan Biennale and other venues in Germany France, Italy and Usa.
Mobile Video Art Selection
25. Alessandro Perini (IT) – Untitled 1.1 – 3’40’’
New shooting devices: I think the most exciting way to use them is to make them do what’s impossible to do with a normal camera. This work is the first of a series of videos in which I’ll explore the possibilities unleashed by such small consumer cameras.
Alessandro Perini was born in 1983 in Italy. He studied Composition (with Luca Francesconi and Ivan Fedele), Electronic Music and Science of Musical Communication in Italy and Sweden. His artistic production ranges from instrumental music to audiovisual and interactive works with a particular focus on the relationship between the sonic and the visual perception (audiovisual installations, animation, videoart, lighting systems). His videos and installations have been exhibited or screened in festivals worldwide, broadcasted by Al Gore’s Current TV and awarded at MagmArt, Premio Arte Novara, Arrivano i Corti, Marsciano Arte Giovani, Profezie Presenti, La città in fiore.
26. João Krefer (BRA) – Julho – 1’15’’
Under the Southern tropic July’s winter is much more that a season: it’s a state of mind. The cold side of Brazil.
(1987)Live in Curitiba, Brazil