(Persistence of Vision)
Kunsthallen Nikolaj, Copenhagen
Nikolai Kunsthall entrance
The old st.Nicolai church was taking into use as an art venue already in 1957, and from the 1990s became an exhibition hall for international contemporary art - Nikolai Kunsthall.
As you walk around and around in this corridor, you lose all sense of direction, and discover that the person in the mirror in front of you is actually yourself following you.
Mizuki Watanabe: In-Between Gaze
Looking at the out-of-focus screen through the looking glass makes the picture clear, and suddenly yourself appear on the screen.
Sascha Pohflepp: Fixr
Fixr is a webpage just like flickr, but for the moments and scenes where you did not have a camera available, you have to describe it by words.
Jamie Allen: Killing Lena
With compression of the picture again and again, the portrait slowly dissolves.
Lindsay Seers: It has to be this way
A story about a woman disappearing, and the clues about what happened.
Julius von Bismarck: Image Fulgurator
Instead of taking a picture of Obama or the Mao portrait, this camera sends an invisible symbol, that will not be visible before the other photographers' pictures have been taken.
Melik Ohanian: Invisible Film
A movie is projected into the desert air. The movie was not allowed to be shown as it showed the opposition to the Vietnam war. Now it is screened, but still it is impossible to see it.
Julius von Bismarck: The Space Beyond Me
An incredible installation where the projector moves as the actor moves, leaving a faint track on the fluorescent wall.