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15 July 2012


video feature
Phnom Penh
A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh
CologneOFF 2012 Cambodia
Freedom of Memory
The Cambodia 1975 – 1979 Memorial

Phnom Penh


Today, is the final day of A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012 – an event which is path breaking through the collaboration with MetaHouse Phnom Penh, respectively its director Nico Mesterharm, a German who was establishing the German-Cambodian Cultural Centre in the heart of Phnom Penh – and his wife Sopheak Sao. Wilfried has a guest room in the house of both, which is open to foreign guests. Phnom Penh is not only located in a tropical and exotic country, it has an impressive history in its positive, as well as in its negative sense. The positive aspect is the incredible highlight of the ancient Khmer culture – Angkhor Wat, but the negative one is referring in its name to this ancient culture – the Khmer Rouge, a Communiste terror regime executing one of the most horrible genocides of all times when during the years 1975 and 1979, the entire educated class – more than one million people were killed in order to establish a dictatorship based on a kind of stoneage ideology. During his visit Wilfried did not only visit the places where the people were exterminated in most cruel ways – the Tuol Slang prison in the heart of Phnom Penh or the Killing Fields with their mass graves. Shocking experiences, Wilfried was thinking, after visiting Auschwitz and Majdanek, nothing could shock him anymore, but visiting the Tuol Slang even for Wilfried it was too much, he had to throw up and was not able to continue his visit – the degree of inhumanity was blasting all his imagination. Then, in the context of this, while talking with Nico Mesterharm, who had established at MetaHouse a kind of filmschool, teaching young Cambodian filmmakers, he offered Wilfried the collaboration for forming a new film collection within Wilfrieds “art and moving images” activities – dedicated to the Cambodian genocide and, how young local filmmakers are dealing with this still very vivid national trauma, which was killing whole generations of medical personal, teachers, intellectuals etc and this loss cannot be compensated within a few years or decades. So, the result was – Wilfried received filmic material from two sources – some individual filmmakers like Nico’s wife Sopheak Sao and himself, for instance, the second source comes from DMC the Media Department of the Royal University of Phnom Penh and the German based NGO GIZ (Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) and films related to the topic created by students. Later this film collection will become the fundament of The Cambodia 1975-1979 Memorial.
Wilfried is using his time in Phnom Penh for exploring the city by Tuk Tuk and walking, he is crossing the Mekong river by ferry, but unfortunately he did not decide to visit Angkhor Wat, which is quite a long travel within Cambodia. Yes, and then the strange was happening – all the local artists and culturally active people were invited to join the event, many foreign guests were attending, but just a few local artists, and one of the days one of the invited artists entered the MetaHouse for some other reasons, and being asked why he and his collegues did not attend and take the chance for an exchange, the answer was – the artists have no benefit when they are coming, eg. they are not paid for coming, why then should they attend the inauguration or the screenings.
Wilfried never had heard anything like that before, but it was also clear – he was no gold donkey!

Since Wilfried’s travel to Cambodia was leading him via Bangkok, where he had to change the plane, on the way back to Germany, he has one whole day free time before the plane is leaving to Abu Dhabi, and this way Wilfried is getting a short, but good impression about the lively Thai capital.

A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012 @ Meta House Phnom Penh – 12-15 July 2012


Meta House - Phnom Penh 2012



THE META HOUSE
In January 2007, German filmmaker Nico Mesterharm and his Cambodian team opened Phnom Penh’s META HOUSE in association with the International Academy at the Free University of Berlin. Located in the heart of the city, Cambodia’s first art/communication/media center is just a few minutes away from the riverside and Royal Palace.

Boasting more than 100 sq. metres of art exhibition space and an open-air media lounge on the rooftop overlooking Phnom Penh, the three storey gallery offers an excellent space for artists-in-residence and visiting artists to interact. META HOUSE actively supports Cambodian artists and promotes the development of contemporary art in Cambodia through local and international exhibitions, workshops, community-based projects, artist exchange programs and by fostering links with South East Asian and international universities, galleries, curators, non-governmental and governmental organizations.

META HOUSE has not only established itself as a meeting place for artists and art lovers, but also as an intercultural and interdisciplinary networking platform for Cambodian-based artists, Cambodian artists living overseas and their international colleagues.

We firmly believe that contemporary art is a marker of development. The growth of expressive art forms is crucial to the development of any society, none more so than Cambodia where individuals are desperate for a voice. META HOUSE fosters an environment of self-expression and “critical thinking” and promotes art awareness and criticism.

The traditional visual arts in Cambodia reveal the essential conservatism of the Khmer. Ancient themes were preferred and there was rarely an effort to improve or adapt. The principal crafts were weaving, silver and gold works, jewelry, and wood and stone carvings. “Only after independence in 1953, and the arrival of foreign teachers in the capital, were young art students introduced to the Post-Impressionist styles of Gauguin and Picasso, and to a range of new media from gouache to crayon and oil”, writes journalist Robert Turnbull. “Sadly, the subsequent wars put an end to all that: 90 percent of artists either left Cambodia or died during the civil wars of the 1970s. It will doubtless take years to revive that level of activity.”

In recent years, however, the tireless efforts of Cambodian artists, both in Cambodia and abroad, have brought about a resurgence of both classical and contemporary Khmer art. The arts play a particularly important role in helping Cambodians reclaim their heritage, heal their souls and engage in the emerging renaissance.

Creative people from around the globe are invited to contribute to the development of the young Cambodian contemporary art scene and help META HOUSE put Cambodia back on the artistic map.

12 July 2012 - A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012

CologneOFF 2012 Cambodia
presents
A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012
videoart in a global context
http://phnompenh2012.a-virtual-memorial.org
12-15 July 2012

The event is standing under the motto
The Freedom of Memory
dedicated to the genocide in Cambodia 1975-1979

program

12 July 2012
Opening 19h
Introduction – afterwards the screening

1. CologneOFF 8

video
Shahar Marcus (Israel) – 1,2,3 Herring, 2011, 2:26
Owe Eric Wood (USA) – Return,2011, 5:00
Albert Merino (Spain) – Les Bagneurs, 2010, 3:30
Angelika Herta (Austria) – Man of Iron, 2011, 1:53
Andreij Tisma (Serbia) – Taking Away Privacy, 2012, 3:12
Guli Silberstein (UK) – Disturbdance, 2012, 3:35
Iva Vermaae (Estonia) – Warm Up, 2009, 2:50
Paul Turano (USA) – Red Toxic Sludge, 2010, 5:00
Brit Bunkley (New Zealand) – Futurology, 2010, 6:06
Jean-Michel & Jim Rolland (France) – Smiles & Slaps, 2012, 3:53
Denes Rusza (Hungary) – +1C, 2009, 1:57
Cincia Sarto (Italy) – Dirty Vacation, 2005, 7:04
Kristina Frank (Sweden) – Take to the Woods, 2010, 6:00
Dan Hudson (Canada) – River, 2011, 3:12

13 July - A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012

13 July 2012
19h

1. animateCologne

video

Dario Bardic (Croatia) – Etude, 3:17, 2007
Nick Fox-Gieg (USA) – Disarmed , 2002, 2:42
Robbie Rackleff (USA) – Dark Fortress Occult Master of Space: Level 3, 2010, 4:21
Mihai Grecu (Romania) – Coagulate, 5:56, 2008
Kristian de la Riva (UK) – Cut, 2009, 3:00
Marlena Rask (DK) – The Signal, 2011, 7:13
Barry Morse (USA) – Mouse’s Birthday, 3:37, 2010
Sheldon Brown (USA) – Scalable City, 5.03, 2009
Stine Gonsholt (Norway) – Balance, 2009, 3:02
Kaspars Groshevs (Latvia) – Title: Tomorrow, 2007, 1:00
Shuai Cheng Pu (Taiwan) – Ferry Paradise, 2012, 3:48
Sergio Sotomayor (Spain) – Quantum, 2009, 3:13
Francesca Fini (Italy – Virus, 2012, 5:00
David Clark (UK) – Odd Jobs, 2010, 4:16
Doug Williams (USA) – Back & Forth, 2009, 2:42

2. Black & White

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Pablo Fernandez-Pujol (Spain) – 142-143 – 2010, 2:10
Jeffrey Anderson Bliss (USA) – Telephone, 2010, 4:50
Casey McKee (USA) – Corporate Warfare, 2005, 3:32
Julio Orta Villareal (Mexico) – Elena in the Prison of Herself, 2006, 6:58
Lemeh42 (Italy) – Cerca di mi, 2007, 4:53
Anthony Rousseau (France) – Climax, 2008, 1:00
Alexei DeBronhe (Belarus) – Sorry, I don’t hear your Drummachine, 2010, 04:05
Alexei Dmitriev (Russia) – Dubus, 2005, 4:09
Johnny Milner (Australia) – The Chest, 2007, 3:15
Roland Quelven (France), 8-Group, 2011, 8:00
Kevin Ryan (Ireland) – It’s More Important Than That, 2007, 5:06
Maria Canas (Spain) – The Toro’s Revenge, 2006, 2:24
Henok Getachew (Ethiopia) – Framed Embryo, 2008, 4:12
Octavian Federovici (Romania) – Empty Frame, 2010, 2:54

3. Shoah Film Collection

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Marita Contreras (Peru) – Maria, 2010, 5:37
Shelley Jordon (USA) – Anita’s Journey, 2011, 8:28
Anders Weberg (SWE) – Mamo, 2008, 2:30
Konstantinos-A. Goutos (Greece) – theFlâneu® shoots auschwitz, 2009, 29:49
Jens Salander & Mikael Strömberg(Sweden) – The Colossus by the Sea, 2005, 10.00
Alicia Felberbaum (UK) – Undressing Room, 2009, 4:30

4. One Minute Film Collection

video
01. Antony Rousseau (France) – Climax, 2005, 1:00
02. Sonja Vuk (Croatia) – Title: My Way, 2005, 1:00
03. AngelaWashko (USA) – Title: Give Stripes, Pretty Khaki, 2010, 1:00
04. Unity Art Nabiha & Thom (Germany) – Yellow Chain Dance, Penang Malaysia 2009, 1:00
05. Sahra Bhimji (USA) – Title: “La Ghost”, 2008, 1:00
06. Sreedeep (India) – 1 minute crash-course on SEDUCTION, 2009, 1:00
07. Ron Diorio (USA) – Title: Night Light, 2008, 1:00
08. Bill Domonkos (USA) – Title: Wormwhole, 2008, 1:00
09. Lukas Mateijka (Slovakia) – Title: 20m, 2008, 1:00
10. Simone Stoll (Germany) – Video title. The Crow, 2009, 1:00
11. Kika Nicolela (Brazil) – Title: Windmaker, 2009, 1:00
12. Harriet Macdonald (UK) – Title: Another Year Gone, 2008, 1:00
13. Alex Lora (Spain) – Video title: So Much Love, 2009, 1:00
14. Katherine Sweetman (USA) – Title: Dating in LA, 2009, 1:00
15. Kriss Salmanis (Latvia) – The Shower, 2007, 1:00
16. Mores McWreath (USA) – Title: The Egg, 2008, 1:00
17. Diogo Pessoa de Andrade (Portugal) – Gesture of Love, 2011, 1:00
18. Junho Oh (South Korea) – My identity by web application, 2010, 1:00
19. Ana Brotas/ Joana Gomes dos Santos (PT) – ABC whistling, 2012, 1:00
20. Karlos Alastruey (Spain) – Video title: S1-S4 reflections, 2010, 1:00
21. Jack Brandtman (Australia) – Title: Nightlife (2010, 1:00)
22. Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) – The Hope of Enduring Long, 2010
23. Antti Savela (Sweden) – Title: Mother, 2007, 1:00
24. Andrea Zrno (Croatia) – video title: Is this your language?, 2009, 1:00
25. Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Title: Burning Phantom, 2009, 1:00
26. Victoria S. Weible (USA) – Title: Memory, 2009, 1:00
27. Helena Alvesalo (Sweden) – Microfilm 5, 2012, 1:00
28. Lilia Perez Romero (Mexico) – video title: “Pills”, 2010, 1:00
29. Minso Kim (South Korea) – video title: Is this mine?, 2009, 1:00
30. Filip Jacobson (Poland) – Is it the end?, 2012, 1:00
31. Lemeh42 (Italy) – Title: Image de la Plaine, 2009, 1:00
32. Mohammed Harb (Palestine) – Death tunnel, 2011, 1:00
33. Kaspars Groshevs (Latvia) – Dots, 2007, 1:00
34. Adam Dragojevic (Serbia) – Title: Sweet Memory (2010, 1:00)
35. Gergely Erdely (Hungary) – Title: Myth (2010, 1:00)
36. Nikesh Shukla (UK) – Title: The Great Identity Swindle, 2009, 1:00
37. Nitin Das (India) – Title: Benefits of War, 2008, 1:00
38. Nenko Genov (Bulgaria) – Tomates Eat You, 2010, 1:00
39. Vera Todorova (Bulgaria) – video title: Video – II., 2010, 1:00
40. Alison Beda (USA) – Title: Just a Minute (2008, 1:00)
41. Hervé Constant (UK)- Title: 59 Steps (2006, 1:00)
42. Xiaowen Zhu (China) – Caroussel Travel, 2010, 1:00
43. Henry Gwiazda (USA) – Title: Claudia & Paul 4:55 p.m, 2009, 1:00
44. Fabrizio Bellomo (Italy) – The Most Beautiful View of Milan, 2011, 1:00
45. Olga and Tatiana Poliektova (Russia) – Inspiration, 2010, 1:00
46. Pramod Saahoo (India) – Video title: Wake Up Call, 2011, 1:00
47. Gruppo Sinestetico (Italy) – Title: anche un parole uccidona, 2007, 1:00
48. Veena Shekar (India) – We are different because we were made differently, 2009, 1:00
49. Myriam Thyes (CH) – Janus Goddess Flies over Malta , 2011, 1 :00
50.Hamza Halloubi (Morocco) –Title : Untitled, 2009, 1 :00
51. Basir Mahmood (Pakistan) – Dot in The Line, 2011, 1 :00
52. Pierre-Laurent Cassière (France) – Title: Mimnemesis, 2006, 1:00
53. Lin Fangsuo (China) – Title: White, 2008, 1:00
54. Katherine Oggier Chanda (CH) – Squeaky Clean, 2010, 1:00
55. Johanna Reich (Germany) – Blast, 2008, 1:00
56. Adrian Zalewski (Poland) – Title: I Once Wasn’t Dead, 2010, 1:00
57. Yin-Ling Chen (Taiwan) – Title: A Face, 2009, 1:00
58. Baptist Coelho (India) – Title: Crosslegged, 2008, 1:00
59. Drew Hamilton (USA) – Street Corner project, 2012, 1:00
60. István Rusvai (Hungary) – TitlE. Pass, 2009, 1:00

5. A Matter of identity

video
Rafael Blum (France) – Princess Dream: Manila, 2011, 3:00
Lena Nosenko (Ukraine) – Wait form me, 2010, 4:35
Cynthia Whelan (UK) – Selfportrait, 3:27, 2005
Ellen Wetmore (USA) – Portrait After Dora Maar, 2010, 2:00
Unnur Andrea Einarsdottir (Iceland) – Toilet, 2005, 5:00
Shigeo Arikawa (Japan) – Her Ironical Me, 2008, 15:00
Beatrice Allegranti (UK) – IN MY BODY, 2005, 4 min
Athanasia Leivaditou (Greece) – 1,6 S.M. OF LIFE, 2010, 7:12
Sinasi Gunes (Turkey) – Anatolia, 2009, 3:00
Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Silent Cry, 3:05, 2008
Fran Orallo (Spain) – The Life in White, 2006, 7:48
14 / 15 July - A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012


19h

1.CologneOFF / Art & the City

video
Albert Merino (Spain) – The City and The Other, 2010, 3:09
Johanna Reich ( Germany) – A State of Crystal, 2010, 3’19
Francesca Fini (Italy) – Oasis in The Desert, 2010, 5:05
Yuriy Kruchak, Yulia Kostereva (Ukraine) – The 7th of November, 2009, 3:36
Ana Brotas (Portugal ) – Okupa, 2009, 2:14
Alysse Stepanian (Iran) – Frey, 2009, 3:17
Ezra Wube (Ethiopia) – Amora, 2011, 2:26
Shahar Marcus (Israel) – Leap of Faith, 2010, 3:31
Sarah Mock (Germany) – Is there a way out, 2011, 3 :47
Liu Wei (China) – Hopeless Land, 2009, 7:28
Alexander Lorenz (Germany) – Digital is Better, 2011, 4:18
My Name is Scot (Canada) – Independence, 2011, 7:57
Ramon Suau Lleal (Spain) – Hoax, 2010, 4:23

2. Videoart from Asia

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Tushar Warghela (India) – Phantom of a Fertile Land, 2009, 8:00
Nheu Do (Vietnam) – “Testimony”, 2008, 7:12
Sai Hua Kuan (Singapore) – Space Drawing No. 5 – , 2009, 1:02
Chun-Ya YANG (Taiwan) – Un-peaceful Ocean, 2011, 5:00
Xiaowen Zhu (China) – Caroussel Travel, 2010, 1:00
Romit K. Dasgupta (India) – Azure, 2009, 9:52
Yin-ling Chen (Taiwan) – Trace, 2007, 5:36
Yu Cheng Yu (Taiwan) – Switch, 2008, 4:32
Tubie Tsai (Taiwan) – And Skim…, 2009, 3:14
Osamu Hsieh (Taiwan) – Start, 2011, 3:56
Ryota Hamasaki (Japan) – Desertion, 2011, 10:00

3. Shoah Film Collection

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David R. Burns (USA) – Zikaron, 2010, 1:45
Paolo Bonfiglio (Italy) – Mortale, 2009, 6:48
Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Memory Game, 2010, 8:00
Branko Miliskovic (Serbia) – Detention Paradise, 2009, 7:40
Cezary Ostrowski (Poland) – The Place, 2009, 5:08
Peter Freund (USA) – Camp, 2010, 7:10
Doron Polak & Uri Dushy (Israel) – RED ( 2), 2008, 7:00
Shon Kim (South Korea/USA) – Latent Sorrow, 2006, 3:30

4. Exdox

video
Alfonso Areses (UK) – Hanging on Me, 2012, 7:24
Marta Alvim (Brazil) – No Green – No Blue, 2012, 17:20
Joanot Cortes (Spain) – Animalism, 2010, 8:33
Pat Badani (USA) – Al Grano -Corn Regime, 2011, 7:37
Mara Montoya (Mexico) – Memories of Glory, 2011, 11:58
Omar Robert Hamilton (Egypt) – The People Demand the Fall of the Regime, 2011, 4:11
Yiotis Vrantzas (Greece) – Phone Call from Cairo, 2012, 4:55

5. A Velvet Underground

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Wrik Mead (Canada) – Winter’s End, 2010, 8:00
Signe Chiper-Lillemark (Denmark) – Spaces, 2010, 6:31
Alessandro Amaducci (Italy) – Not With A Bang, 2008, 4:30
Mohammed Harb (Palestine) – Without Windows, 2009, 5:00
Eimhin Hawes (Irlanda) – Passage (Pasaje), 2009, 7:30
Lino Strangis (Italy) – Battle Play in Her Mind, 2010, 6:44
Theme Bannenberg & NOK Snel (NL) – Behind Closed Doors, 2010, 7:38
Albert Merino (Spain) – Hideen Mud, 2010, 7:42
Shaun O’Connor (Ireland) – Exit: Pursued By A Bear: “Amédée”, 2010, 4:17

15 July 2012
19h
Workshop
“The Freedom of Memory”
Cambodian film & Videomaker


The Cambodia 1975-1979 Memorial


Founded in 2012 by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, the Cologne based media artist and curator, The Cambodia 1975-1979 Memorial – is commemorating the genocide executed by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.

The Cambodian genocide (Khmer: ហាយនភាពខ្មែរ or ការប្រល័យពូជសាសន៍ខ្មែរ) was carried out by the Khmer Rouge regime under the leadership of Pol Pot, and it resulted in the deaths of between 1.671 and 1.871 million people from 1975 to 1979, or 21 to 24 percent of Cambodia’s 1975 population (c. 7.8 million).The Khmer Rouge wanted to turn the country into a socialist agrarian republic, founded on the policies of ultra-Maoism. In 1976, the Khmer Rouge changed the name of the country to Democratic Kampuchea. In order to fulfill their goals, the Khmer Rouge emptied the cities and forced Cambodians to relocate to labor camps in the countryside, where mass executions, forced labor, physical abuse, malnutrition, and disease were prevalent. This resulted in the death of approximately 25 percent of Cambodia’s total population. Approximately 20,000 people passed through the Tuol Sleng Centre (also known as Security Prison S-21), one of the 196 prisons operated by the Khmer Rouge, and only 7 adults survived. The prisoners were taken to the Killing Fields, where they were executed (often with pickaxes in order to save bullets) and buried in mass graves. The abduction and indoctrination of children was widespread, and many were persuaded or forced to commit atrocities. The genocide triggered a second outflow of refugees, many of whom escaped to neighboring Vietnam and, to a lesser extent, Thailand. The Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia ended the genocide by defeating the Khmer Rouge in 1979.
Ideology played an important role in the genocide. Pol Pot was influenced by Marxism and desired an entirely self-sufficient agrarian society free from all foreign influences. Stalin’s work has been described as a “crucial formative influence” on Pol Pot’s thought. Also heavily influential was the work of Mao Zedong, particularly his On New Democracy. In the mid-1960s, Pol Pot reformulated his ideas about Marxism–Leninism to better suit the Cambodian situation aimed to bring Cambodia back to its “mythic past” of the powerful Khmer Empire, to stop corrupting influences like foreign aid and western culture, and to restore the country to an agrarian society. Attempts to implement these goals were key factors in the ensuing genocide. One Khmer Rouge leader said that the killings were meant for the “purification of the populace.

The Khmer Rouge forced virtually the entire population of Cambodia into mobile work teams. Michael Hunt said that it was “an experiment in social mobilization unmatched in twentieth-century revolutions.” The Khmer Rouge used an inhumane forced labor regime, starvation, forced resettlement, land collectivization, and state terror to keep the population in line.

Historian Ben Kiernan has compared the Cambodian genocide to the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Empire and the Holocaust perpetrated by Nazi Germany. While each was unique, they shared certain common features. Racism was a major part of the ideology of all three of the genocidal regimes. All three targeted religious minorities and tried to use force of arms to expand into what they believed to be their historical heartlands (the Khmer Empire, Turkestan, and Lebensraum respectively), while all three regimes “idealized their ethnic peasantry as the true ‘national’ class, the ethnic soil from which the new state grew.”

After being initiated in 2012, in 2013, the film collection was presented for the 1st time to a public audience.

In 2012, the second collection “Cambodia 1975-1979” followed -consisting primarily of documentaries – is dealing with the Cambodian genocide 1975-1979. It is a collaboration between Wilfried Agricola de Cologne /artvideoKOELN international, Nico Mesterharm/MetaHOUSE – German-Cambodian Cultural Centre Phnom Penh and DMF @ Royal University of Phnom Penh & GIZ (Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) Phnom Penh.

The collection includes videos by young Cambodian film makers educated at the filmschool @ MetaHouse Phnom Penh and Depart6ment of Film and Media @ the Royal university. All videos try to re-establish an own induividual and collective identity by reflecting the genocide all Cambodian families are suffering from.

The film collection is a corporate part of the audiovisual art collections @ The New Museum of Networked Art.
in 2017, the film collection was included in the global networking project – The W:OW Project – We Are One Worldhttp://wow.engad.org, and later this year transformed into “the Memorial for the Victims of Genocide”, not only related to the genocide in Cambodia, but any genocide, happening before and after Cambodia.

In 2018, the memorial became corporate part of the media art context – “The 7 Memorials for Humanity”http://7mfh.a-virtual-memorial.org

The Cambodia Film Collection

video

Cambodia 1975-1979
40 documentaries about the Cambodian genocide and the post-genocide era until today

Molyka Bin (Cambodia) It burned Me, 2011, 13:18
DCM – Royal University of Cambodia – Looking Back, 2007, 50:00,
DMC – Royal University of Cambodia – Young in the City, 2011, 24:00
DMC – Royal University of Cambodia – No Comment Cambodia, 2012, 64:00
Neang Kavich (Cambodia) – SMOT, 2011, 17:20
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia) – Pepperfields, 2010, 23:05
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A DAY in the Factory, 2010, 7.24
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A Day Around The Factory, 2010, 7.22
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) –A Day Off From The Factory, 2010, 7.44
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A Weekend with the Manager, 2010, 8.22
MetaHouse Phnom Penh (Cambodia) – 25 Frames to Moves, 2011, 20:39
Sopheak Sao (Cambodia) – Two Girls Against The Rain, 2012, 11:00
Sopheak Sao (Cambodia) The Survivor, 2011, 2012
Chhuon Sarin (Cambodia) – I can be who I am, 2011, 3:14

The complete film collection can be reviewed on the memorial site

http://cambodia.engad.org/

The Cambodia Memorial is a corporate part of – The 7 Memorials for Humanity

Schedule for – 15 July

  • •Israeli Center for Digital Art Holon/Israel – 16 April – 16 July 2005
  • •Fonlad – Digital Art Show – Quarteirão das Artes Montemor-o-Velho (Portugal) – 5 May – 15 July 2007
  • •IV SALON Y COLOQUIO INTERNACIONAL DE ARTE DIGITAL 2002 – 17 June – 17 July 2002
  • •Videoart Festival Miden Kalamata – 7-9 July
  • Linoleum Animation & Media Art Festival Moscow – 10 July – 09 September 2012
  • Ares Film Festival – Siracusa/Italy – 11-14 July 2013
  • Proyector Festival 2011 Madrid – 11-17 July 2011
  • • Digitraffic@Germany – SENEF 2005 – Seoul Net & Film Festival Seoul/South Korea – 01 July – 01 Sept.
  • • *Norwich Gallery – EAST’05 – Making Things Better – Norwich/UK – 02 July – 20 August
  • •*Hic et Nunc – San Vito a/Tagliamento/Italy – VideoChannel presentation – 11 June – 17 July
  • •Al Kahf Art Gallery Bethlehem/Palestine 06 -30 July 2006 – ://selfportrait – a show for Bethlehem
  • • Outvideo Festival Ekaterinburg/Russia – 5 July – 7 August 2007
  • •“Festival Proyector 2010″ – Optica Videoart – Espacio Menos Uno Madrid (Spain) 5-31 July 2010 – Silent Cry
  • •Galería Texu Oviedo (Spain) Optica Video Art – 5-31 July 2010 – Silent Cry
  • IAM – Institut für Alles Mögliche Berlin – 9 July – 02 August 2020
  • Quarantine Film Festival Varna – 10-14 July 2018