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Screening - The One Minutes Series 'Videos Without Ideas', curated by Erkka Nissinen

Galleries Ellen de Bruijne Projects

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27 Nov

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For the new curated program, The One Minutes Series, Erkka Nissinen selected one-minute videos for his series 'Videos Without Ideas’. Nissinen set out an open call to invite artists to respond to the theme and he selected videos from the archive of The One minutes to approach this subject. For the presentation of the series of Videos Without Ideas we colaborate with Erkka Nissinnen gallery, Ellen de Bruijne PROJECTS. 
 
The One Minutes Series focuses on the perception and understanding of the moving image. Twenty museums and cultural spaces around the world are subscribers, and show the series within their organisations. Every month, a different artists is asked to curate a series of one-minutes films. Upcoming series will be curated by the artists Laurel Nakadate (USA), Meschac Gaba (BJ), Nathaniel Mellors (UK) and the artist initiative/exhibition space Beirut in Cairo (EG).
 
Erkka Nissinen (Finland, 1975) lives and works in Hongkong, Helsinki and Amsterdam. Nissinen's video pieces combine the rhythm of comedy with a narrative mastery of time in a wholly unique way. Nissinen has an unpredictable sense of humour, walking a fine line between good and bad taste.

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