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17 July 2005


video feature
New York
Londown
Norwich

New York

CINEMAscopeHamptons New York/NY 15-17 July 2005

New York – Southampton

NYC, 11968 – Southampton, 230, Elm Street

video
Wilfried Agricola de Cologne – Truth – Paradise Found, 2005, 3:00
he video tells the story of the human desire to be as close to truth as possible. But who ever will succeed while living a life dominated by the fast running time and endless searching?
If there is any paradise, then monks or people really resting within themselves find a paradise close to truth close to GOD. But it is only truth people are believing in. Is there absolute truth?
The video consists of three sections, a spiritual and a physical section and the acting level, the artist who is filming the scene, an intruder who become witness of a ritual of truth.
This basic video was filmed in 2003 at the Rila Monastery, the spiritual centre of Bulgaria.


*That Uncomfortable Place Between Beginning and Ending, curated by Lee Wells – CINEMAscopeHamptons New York/NY 15-17 July 2005
“That Uncomfortable Place Between…”, video screening program, Hampton Hall (Southampton, NY)

Lee Wells
Wells is a conceptual artist, curator, writer and technology consultant living and working in New York since 2000. He has presented his work internationally, including the 51st Venice Biennale, The Guggenheim Museum, NCCA Moscow, PS1/MoMA, and the 1st Mykonos Biennale. His projects and exhibitions have been reviewed in publications including The New York Times, The NY Observer, The Art Newspaper, Rolling Stone, and Art in America. Wells has lectured on art, technology, and contemporary society at many universities and art schools including: Columbia University, Princeton University, New York University, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Visual Arts, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, University of Georgia, Moscow School of Photography, and others. Through IFAC, Wells has was also a co-founder of the project space Peanut Underground and the video art archive Perpetual Art Machine.

London


Tomorrow Was the Day Before - St.Martin's Lane London 2005

Tomorrow Was the Day Before” interactive video installation, St Martins Lane (London, England)

Lee Wells
Wells is a conceptual artist, curator, writer and technology consultant living and working in New York since 2000. He has presented his work internationally, including the 51st Venice Biennale, The Guggenheim Museum, NCCA Moscow, PS1/MoMA, and the 1st Mykonos Biennale. His projects and exhibitions have been reviewed in publications including The New York Times, The NY Observer, The Art Newspaper, Rolling Stone, and Art in America. Wells has lectured on art, technology, and contemporary society at many universities and art schools including: Columbia University, Princeton University, New York University, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Visual Arts, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, University of Georgia, Moscow School of Photography, and others. Through IFAC, Wells has was also a co-founder of the project space Peanut Underground and the video art archive Perpetual Art Machine.

Norwich



EAST’05 – Norwich Gallery/UK
*Norwich Gallery – EAST’05 – Making Things Better – Norwich/UK – 02 July – 20 August 2005
Violence Online Festival


Schedule for – 17 July

  • Linoleum Animation & Media Art Festival Moscow – 10 July – 09 September 2012
  • 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
  • •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
  • Torrance Art Museum Los Angeles – 18 July – 5 September 2020
  • Quest Europe Film Festival Zielona Gora/Poland 17 July -25 August 2013