November 13 – 18, 2010.
For Trade Gallery in Nottingham (UK) I put together a compilation program (2 x 50 minutes) and an exhibition (7 single-channel works) showcasing 10 years of Rotterdam VHS Festival as part of the Sideshow 2010/ British Art Show 7 .
Including ten years in title sequences and closing credits. The opening titles of the first edition, when the festival was still a ‘night’.
Jasper van Es, Benauwd.
Ellen Lake, Trina’s collection.
Compilation program with works by Abner Preis, Aeneas Wilder, Anja Masling, Ate M Hes, Bryan Fu, Casandra Tytler, Daniele Pario Perra, Danny Plotnik, Dennis Madalone, Deven Green, Egill Saebjornsson, Ellen Lake, Flimfilm, Franzis Wiese, Han Hoogerbrugge, Hope Tucker, Jasper van Es, Jeroen Kuster, Joe Kisser, Johannes Maier, JR, Leon Duenk, Maxime Tymenko, De Hondekoekjesfabriek, Mendel Hardeman, Niels Post, Poh Wang, Rik de Boe, Sietske Tjallingii, Winkel & Koperl and Tomas Schats.
Chantal Rens & Gummbah, Born to be Alive.
B.A.M.B.I., Fu You Pong.
Matthias Wermke & Mischa Leinkauf, In between.
Ate M Hes, Onoffon.
Erik Olofsen, In places.
Rik de Boe, The hideaway tune.
Flimfilm, Disksharing 2.0.
After the show, carrying 50 kilos of heating back to the ground floor.
Walking around the sparkling heart of Nottingham.
The ever-subtle English cuisine, deep-fried breaded sausage.
Hallam and Kuster balancing out the fatty food with a Diet Coke.
For an impression of one week in Nottingham see Trendbeheer.com/tag/nottingham/