Vidos

VIDOS – VIDEOS TO THE MUSIC OF MICHAEL FAKESCH’S ALBUM DOS

OUT NOW!

Michael Fakesch, Cornelia Lund, Holger Lund (eds.), Vidos, Berlin/Rosenheim, 2009

The video clips on “Vidos” are done by internationally acclaimed and highly awarded artists, filmmakers, directors, animators and designers such as zeitguised (UK), Quayola (UK), Paolo Lima/MusaWorkLab (Portugal), Brian Bixby/Keep Adding (USA), Scott Pagano/Neither Field (USA), Mateuniverse/Psyop (USA), Marcelo Baldin (Brasil), Giraffentoast (Germany), Markus Wambsganss/Kaliber16 (Germany), Antonin de Bemels (Belgium), Sam Vanoverschelde/Visual Kitchen (Belgium) and many others. On about 30 pages the catalogue features artwork by all participating video artists and designers, inspired by Michael Fakesch’s music. Its exciting funky sounds, unique visuals and compelling multi-disciplinary approach make “Vidos” an eye’n’earblazing example of how music can be visualised today.

VIDOS or single videos from VIDOS were shown in 2008 and 2009 at:

Edinburgh International Film Festival
Museekfestival, St. Petersburg
Festival Du Cour, Lille
Internationales Filmfest Braunschweig
Open-Air Filmfest Weiterstadt
Soundframe, Wien
Festival of Animated Film, Stuttgart
Oberhausen Muvi International
Vision’R, Paris
Nemo, Paris
Babelgum Festival (online)
Darklight Festival, Dublin
Blitzfilm, China (div. Orte)
Bilder über Bilder, Ballhaus Ost, Berlin
onedotzero international touring festival
Cimatics, Brussels
Plug in, Basel
Arsenal, Berlin

Music by Michael Fakesch and Taprikk Sweezee.
Curated by Cornelia and Holger Lund (fluctuating images).

Vidos as DVD-Publication with booklet will be out soon. The preview DVD can be ordered via email to fluctuating-images@gmx.de > you'll get a confirmation with the paypal details. Price is 11,- Euro Europe (incl. shipping, registered) and 14,- Euro World (incl. shipping, registered).

The following videos take part in the screening (playlist):

video director:
Jens Lueg, Giraffentoast
www.giraffentoast.com
title: Blackbird

video director:
Quayola & Giorgia Polizzi
www.quayola.com
title: Miko

video director:
Jan Mathias Steinforth, mateuniverse
www.mateuniverse.com
title: Channel

video director:
Marcelo Baldin, Combustion Industries
www.combustion.ws
title: Soda

video director:
Paulo Lima, MusaWorkLab
www.musaworklab.com
title: Don’t stop

video director:
Christian Flaccus, schoeneneuekinder
www.schoeneneuekinder.de
title: Crest

video director:
Markus Raffelsberger + Michael Zagorski, Valence Studio
www.valence.at
title: Dot

video director:
Tina Frank
www.frank.at
title: Don’t stop

video director:
Danny Franzreb
www.taobot.com
title: Travel

video director:
Kamil Goerlich
www.zenitundnadir.de
title: On the floor

video director:
Gabriel Shalom
www.gabrielshalom.com
title: Complicated

video director:
Markus Wambsganss
www.kaliber16.com
title: Miko

video director:
Brian Bixby, Keep Adding
www.keepadding.com
title: I want it

video director:
Scott Pagano, neither field
www.neither-field.com
title: Left

video director:
Ilja Knezovic, visuarte
www.visuarte.com
title: Give it to me

video director:
Sam Vanoverschelde, visualkitchen
www.visualkitchen.org
title: Crest

video director:
Timo Böse, Lowerground
www.lowerground.com
title: Escalate

video director:
Franzformer & nin.sha
www.nindustrict.de 
www.franzformer.tv
title: I want it

video director:
Andreas Martini
www.iltiscity.com
title: Crest

video director:
Paul Mumford, Labmeta
www.labmeta.net
title: Dot

video director:
Alain Delluc
www.alaindelluc.com
title: Soda

video director:
Michael Langeder
www.flimmerflitzer.com
title: I want it

video director:
Jörg Petri
www.jop.net
title: Dot

video director:
Thomas Frenzel & Katja Schweiker
www.thomasfrenzel.com
title: Blackbird

video director:
Antonin de Bemels
www.antonindb.be
title: On the floor

Bonus:

Zeitguised - Amino Asset
Mateuniverse - Color Robot
Thomas Frenzel - Blacksmoke
Jörg Petri - Dot: The making of the video
Zeiguised - The making of Peripetics
Tim Bollinger - Between
Sebastian Onufzak & Heike Mauer - Don't Stop (Hidden)

Plug-ins:

Julius Kammerl und Klaus Kaske