Human Emotion Project / Tehran Screening - Program (Update)

Program for Tuesday 7 September and Friday 11 September:

Human Emotion Project
Curated by Sohrab M. Kashani and Alison Williams
September 7th 2010 - 6:30 PM to 9 PM
Mohsen Art Gallery
No. 42, East Mina Blvd., Farzan Street, Nadji Street, Zafar, Tehran, Iran
September 11th 2010 - 6:30 PM to 9 PM (Private screening)

Sazmanab Project Gallery

Screening of international video artworks by artists:
48073 (Netherlands), Hakan Akcura (Turkey/Sweden), Amina Bech (Norway), German Britch (Argentina), Michael Chang (Denmark), Glenn Church (USA), Michael Douglas Hawk and Lizet Benrey (Germany/Mexico), Anthony Elliot (UK), Danny Germansen and Joshua Sandler (Denmark/USA), Alberto Guerreiro (Portugal), Niclas Hallberg (Sweden), Neil Howe (Australia), Ulf Kristiansen (Norway), Mads Lungdahl (Denmark), Adamo Macri (Canada), Manfred Marburger (UK), Bill Millett (UK), Jerry King Musser (USA), Behjat Omer (UK/Kurdistan), Elena Skoko (Italy), Edwin Stolk (Netherlands) and Anders Weberg (Sweden).

6:45 PM - 8 PM
Running Time: 75 min

Screening of Iranian video artworks including works by artists:
Negar Behbahani, Varesh Darvish, Samira Eskandarfar, Maryam Fakhimi, Amirali Ghasemi, Ghazaleh Hedayat, M. R. Heydary, Behnam Kamrani, Simin Keramati, Khosro Khosravi, Farzad Kohan, Amirali Mohebbinejad, Bijan Moosavi, Neda Razavipoor, Hamed Sahihi and Rosita Sharafjahan.
8:15 PM - 9:15 PM
Running Time: 60 min

Complete time-table for both screenings:

'Introduction to HEP for Iran' 3 min
By Alison Williams (The Republic of South Africa)

'Secret Place' 3 min 19 sec
By Michael Douglas Hawk and Lizet Benrey (Germany/Mexico)

'Fragility' 5 min 40 sec
By Glenn Church (USA)

'09066 silence' 56 sec
By 48073 (Netherlands)

'On Silence' 3 min 55 sec
By Michael Chang (Denmark)

'Whistle Conversation Miran & Celine' 3 min 14 sec
By Behjat Omer (UK/Kurdistan)

By Anders Weberg (Sweden)

'American Dream' 40 sec
By Niclas Hallberg (Sweden)

'The Crying Man' 1 min 23 sec
By Niclas Hallberg (Sweden)

'Proud' 2min 15 sec
By Manfred Marburger (UK)

'The Source' 1 min 43 sec
By Mads Lungdahl (Denmark)

'Turbulence' 3 min 31 sec
By Edwin Stolk (Netherlands)

'Tranquility' 3 min 40 sec
By Amina Bech (Norway)

'Liquid Force' 1 min 10 sec
By Alberto Guerreiro (Portugal)

'Miss Cencetti Waiting' 5 min 1 sec
By Elena Skoko (Italy)

'Catharsis' 5 min 25 sec
By Hakan Akçura (Turkey/Sweden)

'Get a Job nbr 2' 1 min 54 sec
By Anthony Elliot (UK)

'Reluctant Angels' 3 min 20 sec
By Jerry King Musser (USA)

'Fragmented Amygdala' 5 min 1 sec
By Bill Millett (UK)

'Wish' 1 min 54 sec
By Danny Germansen and Joshua Sandler (Denmark/USA)

'Garbage Face' 57 sec
By German Britch (Argentina)

'The Hope of Enduring Long' 1 min
By Ulf Kristiansen (Norway)

'When I Grow up' 8 min 18 sec
By Neil Howe (Australia)

'OOC' 5 min 51 sec
By Adamo Macri (Canada)

[15min break]

'Eve's Apple' [Shortened for preview]
By Ghazaleh Hedayat (Iran)

'Dialogue with open eyes' [Shortened for preview]
By Neda Razavipoor (Iran)

'Stone' 2 min 24 sec
By Hamed Sahihi (Iran)

'Hurrah' 3 min 18 sec
By Rosita Sharafjahan (Iran)

'Endurance' 3 min 45 sec
By Behnam Kamrani (Iran)

'Amazement' 4 min 43 sec
By Samira Eskandarfar (Iran)

'Watches Television' 3 min 11 sec
By Khosro Khosravi (Iran)

'Earth' 12 min 23 sec
By Simin Keramati (Iran)

'Meeting her online' 5 min 25 sec
By Amirali Ghasemi (Iran)

'Depression in midday express train' 4 min 21 sec
By M. R. Heydary (Iran/Sweden)

'Overpass' 1 min 51 sec
By Maryam Fakhimi (Iran)

'No one goes after no one' 3 min 27 sec
By Amirali Mohebbinejad (Iran)

'Crow's childhood' 1 min 44 sec
By Negar Behbahani (Iran)

'Urban Ride' 5 min 50 sec
By Bijan Moosavi (Iran)

'Somewhere I'm looking for to stay' 6 min 44 sec
By Varesh Darvish (Iran/Sweden)

'Nothing Lasts Forever' 55 sec
By Farzad Kohan (Iran/USA)

Catharsis (Recording one)
May 2008

Gamla Stan is the center area of Stockholm. Oldest and more touristic zone of the city.
Other side of the Gamla Stan subway station is seeing inland sea, have a nice panorama but trashy...
When I recorded some scenes at this area a few young men which were high came up to me and wanted to do "rap" in front of my camera. I said: "Okay!" and recorded them. I was only a recorder and a witness.

All big cities in Europe need this kind of purifications. Immigrants could help. I’m sure.

This video is first of the works among my new video-creation line "Recording". I have made serial videos with my identity of only being recorder and maker in this line.

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