Alicia Felberbaum

visual artist
COLLABORATION

ECVP VOL 03 | São Paolo |

The new volume of the EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT has its Brazilian premiere next Tuesday, May 24th, at the Atelier397 in São Paulo. The screening will be followed by a live streaming performance by the artists Niclas Hallberg and Stina Pehrsdotter.
“…  just a quick not to say that we had a wonderful screening yesterday, a lot of people showed up (about 60, which crowded the space, very good for a Tuesday night) and they watched the film with a lot of focus. we had some interesting comments, it seems like this corpse has a better flow, probably because it’s one single long movie. also we have some recurrent themes/images, which is always a mystery to me. I plan to upload it as soon as we finish it (still 3 artists left to work). after the screening, we had a live performance by a local duo, and then the streaming performance by Niclas and Stina. by then the crowd had diminished, but people stayed until the end. not me though, I had to leave after 30min of their performance. well renata padovan and marcelo amorim, who are also from the ECVP, can comment more, they were there too. btw, Atelier 397 is probably the coolest artist run space in São Paulo, and it’s run by Marcelo Amorim. so thanks to him to promote this screening! xoxo ” Kika

TRAFFICJAM |Montréal|

Traffic Jam #1 Sao Paulo in Montreal curated by Pamela Prado.
TOPOVIDÉOGRAPHIES
Wednesday 18th May 2011/ 7.30pm
Location: GIV / 4001 Berri #105

ALICIA FELBERBAUM, ARGENTINA/ UK

BRUNO PENTEADO, BRAZIL

HU NUNG-HSIN, TAIWAN/ USA

JORGE LOZANO, COLOMBIA/ CANADA

KIKA NICOLELA, BRAZIL

KIM DOTTY HACHMANN, GERMANY

MATTHIAS ROTH, GERMANY

PILA RUSJAN, SLOVENIA

RENATA PADOVAN, BRAZIL

SOJIN CHUN, SOUTH KOREA/ CANADA

 

 

TrafficJAM |Taiwan|

April 9- 23: Expondo, , The Other Hemisphere, MEME Space,Taipei Taiwan.

ECVP vol 03 | Buenos Aires |


Ciclo de Video Arte Abril 2011
Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires [Auditorio]
Av. San Juan 350
1147 Ciudad De Buenos Aires

Jueves 14 de abril, 19 hs.  ENTRADA LIBRE Y GRATUITA

El día jueves 14 de abril tenemos el honor de estrenar en Buenos Aires el proyecto internacional EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT – VOLUMEN 3, coordinado por la artista brasileña Kika Nicolela. El Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) es una colaboración única en video de artistas de todo el mundo, inspirados por el método surrealista del cadáver exquisito.

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT VOL3 |Videoformes |

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT VOL3 Premiere .

March 14 at Videoformes, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT VOL.1| Rhode Island |

The ECVP Vol.1 will be presented by Ambuja Magaji at the Heera Gallery on December 10th @7:30pm.

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT VOL.2 | Paris |


Optica Festival presents the ECVP Vol.2 at the Galerie Carla Magna in Paris, on Saturday November 20th from 2pm to 7pm (looping). The screening is curated by Debbie Douez.

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT Vol.1/2 | 7TH BERLIN INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORS LOUNGE

Still by Alicia Felberbaum from SENSES , ECVP vol 2

The 7th Berlin International Directors Lounge, the festival for contemporary media and film, alongside the 61st Berlin International Film Festival, will take place from 10th to 20th of February, at the art house meinblau, Pfefferberg. Daily from 6pm till dawn. Again we will screen a huge selection of experimental films from all parts of the world, covering a wide range of artistic positions in the new media.

curated by KIKA NICOLELA
total running time: 75 min.
The Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) is a unique video collaboration among artists from all over the world, inspired by the Surrealist creation method, the “Exquisite Corpse”. Using the semi-blind, sequential method of the surrealists’ game, ECVP participants create video art in response to the final seconds of the previous member’s work. Each member is asked to incorporate these seconds into their piece, creating transitions as they please, until everyone’s vision is threaded together into an instigating final “corpse.”
While the Surrealists are said to have created the method almost a century ago, only recently could such a fast-paced, pan-global, audiovisual variation of this exercise be produced. The inspiring process of exchange among ‘strangers’ from around the world illuminates the possibilities of globalized, collective creativity.
The project is coordinated by Brazilian video-artist, Kika Nicolela. In the first Volume of the project (2008), 9 videos were created in collaboration by 36 artists from 16 countries. For the Directors Lounge 2011,
the curator selected 5 videos from this volume.

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CORPSE #1: Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Ambuja Magaji (India) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Zachary Sandler (USA) | Simone Stoll (Germany) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Anders Weberg (Sweden)  || CORPSE#3: John Pirard (Belgium) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Anders Weberg (Sweden) | Joy Whalen (USA) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Simone Stoll (Germany) || CORPSE#6: Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Alicia Felberbaum (England) | Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) | Anders Weberg (Sweden) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Jan Kather (USA) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Arthur Tuoto (Brazil) | Nung-Hsin Hu (Taiwan) || CORPSE#7 : Michael Chang (Denmark) | Jan Kather (USA) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Renata Padovan (Brazil) | Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) | Tim Pickerill (USA) | Ronee Hui (England) | Romuald Beugnon (France) | Hans Manner-Jakobsen (Denmark) | Kai Lossgott (South Africa) || CORPSE#8: Anders Weberg (Sweden) | Joshua & Zachary Sandler (USA) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Nung-Hsin Hu (Taiwan) | Brad Wise (USA) | Stina Pehrsdotter (Sweden) | Christian Leduc (Canada) | Caroline Breton (France) | Jan Hakon Erichsen (Norway) | Pila Rusjan (Slovenia) || CORPSE#9: Joy Whalen (USA) | Per E Riksson (Sweden) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Alexandra Buhl (Denmark) | Simone Stoll (Germany) | Alicia Felberbaum (England) | Lucas Bambozzi (Brazil) | Pedro Reis (Portugal) | Mads Ljungdahl (Denmark)

 

Traffic Jam #1 São Paulo [2010]

TRAFFIC JAM unites international artists during 1 month in a city and from a process of collaborative creation, each artist develops a video interacting and dialoguing with the local urban landscape. TRAFFIC JAM#1 is the first edition of the project, that intends to migrate internationally. During November 2010, 10 artists from 7 different countries undertake an art residency at the Casa das Caldeiras, in São Paulo, and developed the video works exhibited at the Espaço Matilha Cultural between 01 and 12 of December.

Artists:

ALICIA FELBERBAUM <UK> BRUNO PENTEADO <BRAZIL> HU NUNG-HSIN <TAIWAN/US> JORGE LOZANO <COLOMBIA/CANADA> KIKA NICOLELA <BRAZIL> KIM DOTTY HACHMANN <GERMANY> MATTHIAS ROTH <GERMANY> PILA RUSJAN <SLOVENIA> RENATA PADOVAN <BRAZIL> SOJIN CHUN <SOUTH KOREA/CANADA>

http://trafficjamproject.wordpress.com/

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT VOL 1 | info |

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT VOL I (watch videos)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

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The Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) is a unique video collaboration of 35 artists from 16 countries, inspired by the Surrealist invention, the “Exquisite Corpse”. In the Surrealist ‘game’, a paper is folded such that each contributor sees only a small portion of theprevious contributor’s work, and begins his own work from that small portion. When the lastparticipant is finished, the sheet is unfolded to reveal a strangely divergent, yet contiguous form orfigure.Using the semi?blind, sequential method of the surrealists’ game, ECVP participants create video art in response to the final ten seconds of the previous member’s work. Each member is asked to incorporate these seconds into their piece, creating transitions as they please, until everyone’s vision is threaded together into an instigating final “corpse.” The videos from the ECVP were created by artists who met online, at artreview.com, a networking site for artists, galleries, and collectors. The project was instigated and managed by Brazilian videoartist, Kika Nicolela.

While the Surrealists are said to have created the method almost a century ago, only recently could such a fast-paced, pan-global, audiovisual variation of this exercise be produced. The inspiring process of sharing and exchange between and among ‘strangers’ from around the world illuminates and celebrates the possibilities and potentials of globalized, collective creativity. The first 3 videos of the series were exhibited on the Formverk gallery in Sweden, June 2008. The second series were finished in August and had their world premiere at Monkeytown, in Brooklyn, New York. Other screenings and exhibitions are taking place in various countries, such as Greece, Canada, Brazil, USA and South Africa. A book about the project will be released October 2008, as well as the videos Corpses#7, 8 and 9.

ARTISTIC STATEMENT

ECVP attempts to develop its own audiovisual language, via a cross-fertilization of art forms, openingup a dynamic dialogue between technology?based art and the more traditional video art. Rather than providing a unitary linear narrative, each participant maintains his/her own style, permeated by the diverse cultural backgrounds. Each individual artist interrogates, via different means, a number of genres, tendencies and strategies, engaging in performative, documental, conceptual and poetic modes of representation. The ECVP artists are exploring the possibilities of online social networking, which provides the group with a more transparent, dialectic, self-correcting and viral working environment to nurture creative intercultural dialogue and expand their video collaboration. The Internet has also enabled this international artists’ consortium to bypass traditional media outlets in order to share in the creation, publishing, and self-promotion of its collective works. While working in collaboration, the ECVP group is in search for new modes of expression in the development of video art, building a new concept through utilizing the characteristics of participatory platforms and new communication technology.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

CORPSE #1: Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Ambuja Magaji (India) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Zachary Sandler (USA) | Simone Stoll (Germany) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Anders Weberg (Sweden)
CORPSE#2: Michael Chang (Denmark) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Alison Williams (South Africa) | Stina Pehrsdotter (Sweden) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Per E Riksson (Sweden)
CORPSE#3: John Pirard (Belgium) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Anders Weberg (Sweden) | Joy Whalen (USA) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Simone Stoll (Germany)
CORPSE #4: Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Helene Abram (France) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Brad Wise (USA) | Ronee Hui (England) | Lucas Bambozzi (Brazil) | Kai Lossgott (South Africa) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil)
CORPSE#5 : Michael Chang (Denmark) | Joshua & Zachary Sandler (USA) | Simone Stoll (Germany) | Stina Pehrsdotter (Sweden) | Alberto Guerreiro (Portugal) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Ambuja Magaji (India) | Dellani Lima (Brazil) | Per E Riksson (Sweden)
CORPSE#6: Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Alicia Felberbaum (England) | Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) | Anders Weberg (Sweden) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | Jan Kather (USA) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Arthur Tuoto (Brazil) | Nung-Hsin Hu (Taiwan)
CORPSE#7 : Michael Chang (Denmark) | Jan Kather (USA) | Niclas Hallberg (Sweden) | Renata Padovan (Brazil) | Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) | Tim Pickerill (USA) | Ronee Hui (England) | Romuald Beugnon (France) | Hans Manner-Jakobsen (Denmark) | Kai Lossgott (South Africa)
CORPSE#8: Anders Weberg (Sweden) | Joshua & Zachary Sandler (USA) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Nung-Hsin Hu (Taiwan) | Brad Wise (USA) | Stina Pehrsdotter (Sweden) | Christian Leduc (Canada) | Caroline Breton (France) | Jan Hakon Erichsen (Norway) | Pila Rusjan (Slovenia)
CORPSE#9:  Joy Whalen (USA) | Per E Riksson (Sweden) | Marty McCutcheon (USA) | John Pirard (Belgium) | Alexandra Buhl (Denmark) | Simone Stoll (Germany) | Alicia Felberbaum (England) | Lucas Bambozzi (Brazil) | Pedro Reis (Portugal) | Mads Ljungdahl (Denmark)

LIST OF THE PROJECTS VENUES

2009

> Formverk Gallery. Sweden
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project  Corpse #1 to #9
_The Vitruvian Woman
Date: March 14, 2009
Location: Eskilstuna, near Stockholm, Sweden
Website or Map: www.formverk.se
> The Lupa Art, Melbourne, Australia
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project  Corpse #1 to #9
Date: January 2009
Website or Map: www.lupaart.blogspot.com

2008

> aluCine 2008, Toronto, Canada
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project  Corpse #1 to #9
Date: Nov. 20, 2008 at 12pm to Nov. 29, 2008 at 12pm
Street: 90 Oxford Street Suite # 8 Toronto  M5T 1P3 ON
Website or Map: www.alucinefestival.com
Event Type: festival, international, film, short, video
>VANSA, Visual Arts Network of South Africa, Cape Town, South Africa
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project
Date: October 30, 2008
Website or Map: www.vansa.co.za
> Rural Research Laboratories @ the Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project #1 to #3
Date: October 14, 2008 at 6pm to October 28, 2008 at 6pm
Street: 254 Baldwin Street. Elmira, New York 14901
Website or Map: www.ruralresearchlabs.com
Event Type: international, video
> Indie – Mostra de Cinema Mundial, Belo Horizonte, SÃO PAULO
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project Corpse #2
Time: October 9, 2008 at 6pm to October 16, 2008 at 6pm
Website or Map: http://www.indiefestival.co
Event Type: festival, international, film
> AZAdigitalCINEMAfestival, Thessaloniki, Greece
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project  Corpse #1 to #6
Date: September 2008
Website or Map: www.azafestival.com
Event Type: festival, international, film
monkey_ny_w> Monkey Town, Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY
_Exquisite Corpse Video Project Corpse #1 to #6

Date: August 18, 2008

Interview with artists: http://momente.wordpress.com/2008/08/11/exquisite-corpse-at-monkey-town-new-york/

> Formverk Gallery, Sweden

_Exquisite Corpse Video Project Corpse #1 to #3

Date: 4 June 2008  7 June 2008

Venue: Eskilstuna, near Stockholm, Sweden

Website or Map: www.formverk.se