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New Video, New Europe - A Survey of Eastern European Video

Dan Acostioaei » Jesper Alvaer » Maja Bajevic » Dario Bardic » Alma Becirovic » Pavel Brăila » Mircea Cantor » Oana Felipov » Alen Floricic » Grupa Azorro » Tiia Joha nson » Kai Kaljo » Ki'Wa » Killu Sukmit & Mari Laanemets » Kristina Leko » Peteris Lidaka » Dan Mihaltianu » Hajnal Németh » Anna Niesterowicz » Vladimir Nikolic » Adrian Paci » Jelena Radic » Arturas Raila » Egle Rakauskaite » Lala Raščić » Stefan Rusu » Ene-Liis Semper » Erzen Shkololli » son:DA (Metka Golec & Miha Horvat) » Mladen Stilinovic » Patricia Teodorescu » Krassimir Terziev » Magda Tóthová » Muhidin Tvico » Gyula Várnai » Pavle Vuckovic » Piotr Wyrzykowski » Sislej Xhafa » Dragana Zarevac »

Exhibition: 9 Oct – 17 Oct 2004

Tate Modern

Bankside
SE1 9TG London

+44 (0)20-78878000


www.tate.org.uk/modern

Sun-Thu 10-18, Fri-Sat 10-22

New Video / New Europe features recent work by over three dozen artists from sixteen Eastern European countries, stretching from the Baltic through the Balkans. Despite its uneven development throughout Eastern Europe, video has become a staple of contemporary art practice - from countries with video traditions dating back to the late 1960s and early 1970s (Hungary, Poland, Croatia) to those that blossomed in the 1980s (Slovenia), to relatively new but nonetheless robust scenes (Romania, Estonia, Latvia). This programme, however, is not arranged as a geographic survey. The work reflects a variety of genres and approaches - documentary, diary-based, ethnographic, and experimental - and is broken up into a series of discreet programmes. Some programmes cannot fail to reflect a specific region, such as the grouping of works addressing the residual resonance of war and ethnic tensions in the former  Yugoslavia .Other programmes unwittingly expose quirky national character traits, such as an obsession with death apparently peculiar to Estonia. And still others reveal tendencies endemic to the entire region such as a self-deprecating humour symptomatic of anxieties about joining the European Union. New Video, New Europe, however, shares the same concerns as any programme devoted exclusively to video, making it more medium-specific than region-specific. Relevant to the programme is how video art has been defined by a broader matrix of video technology's professional and non-professional uses (television, advertising, home movies), and traditional film genres (fiction, documentary, experimental). Region aside, New Video, New Europe, simply as a survey of recent video art, could be used to assess the field as a whole, addressing such topics as video art's historic relationship to performance art; feminism; pre- and post-digital experimentation; the autobiographical impulse; and last but not least, the ubiquitous influence of music videos and reality TV. What emerges from this exercise is not simply an understanding of the medium as used to portray the region, but a sense that the region, in its varying states of political, economic and cultural development, portrays facets of the medium. Saturday 9 October, 14.00–15.15 Saturday 16 October, 14.00–15.15 Maja Bajevic, Double Bubble , Bosnia 1999 Hajnal Nemeth, NataSsa , Hungary 2000 Dragana Zarevac, MOST , Serbia 2000 Adrian Paci, Albanian Stories , Albania 1997 Pavle Vuckovic, Run Rabbit Run , Serbia 2002 Alma Becirovic, Survived 'N' Lived Another Day , Bosnia 2001 Dan Acostioaei, Essential Current Affairs , Romania 2002 Dan Mihaltianu, La Revolution Dans Le Boudoir, Romania 1999 Saturday 9 October, 15.30–17.00 Saturday 16 October, 15.30–17.00 Tiia Johannson, Black Sun , Estonia 1990/97, 7'35 Muhidin Tvico, Vm 14.50 , Bosnia 2001, 5'43 Ki'Wa, Displacement in Reverse , Estonia 2003, 7' Son:Da, Brainshifters Intro , Slovenia 2001, 1'40 Anna Niesterowicz, HH , Poland 2002, 8' Hajnal Nemeth, Strip tease or Not , 2001, 5' Ki'Wa, My Dream Pop Star , Estonia 2003, 4' Kai Kaljo, Love Letter to Myself , Estonia 1999, 5'3 Alen Floricic, Untitled , Croatia 1999, 2' Tiia Johannson, Namebook, Estonia 1996, 2'30 Sunday 10 October, 14.00–15.00 Sunday 17 October, 14.00–15.00 Kristina Leko, In Her 25,802nd Day, Croatia 2000 Mladen Stilinovic, Potatoes, Croatia 2001 Sislef Xhafa, Stock Exchange, Kosovo 2000 Mircea Cantor, Double-Headed Matches, Romania 2002 Azorro, Hamlet, Poland 2002 Kai Kaljo, A Loser, Estonia 1997 Krassimir Terziev, On the BG Track, Bulgaria 2002 Sunday 10 October, 15.30–17.30 Sunday 17 October, 15.30–17.30 Piotr Wryzykowski, On the Road to Chisinau, Poland 2001 Erzen Shkololli, Kanagjeci, Kosovo 2002 Adrian Paci, The Weeper, Albania 2002 Stefan Rusu, Brezhnev Likes Mamaliga, and Mamaliga Likes Brezhnev, Moldova 2001 Arturas Raila, The Girl Is Innocent, Lithuania 1999 Oana Felipov, Banana, Romania 2002 Jelena Radic, Everything Shines Here, Serbia 2003 Kai Kaljo, Domestic Violence, Estonia 2000 Egle Rakauskaite, Days of Being Pathetic, Lithuania 2002-2003 Pavel Braila, Shoes for Europe, Moldova 2002