24 January – 9 February 2019: Cinematic Pages x2 & Flipbook request

PrintRoom joins the 48th International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) with an exhibtion by Mika Taanila and a presentation of our extensive flipbook collection by artists, designers, filmmakers and photographers.

Finnish artist Mika Taanila will present the exhibition Works on Paper, consisting of two series: an ultra-minimalist reduction of a film script in My Silence (On Paper) (2015) and a small library of brutally, yet cleverly abused books on cinema: Film Reader (2017), as previously premiered at the Venice Biennale.

My Silence (On Paper) is a companion piece to Taanila’s 2013 video installation My Silence. Here the point of departure is the published script of the feature film My Dinner with André (dir. Louis Malle, 1981). The artist photocopied each page of the book, cut out all the dialogue content using small knives, then re-photocopied the residue on standard office paper. The piece is shown on a wall as a grid of 97 paper sheets.


In collaboration with Balzer Projects and part of the film programme Say No More

 

The Flip Collection  ~  Flipbook request

**A flipbook (also called folioscope, kineograph or thumb cinema) is a booklet that, for a short moment, becomes a film.**

You’re invited!

The Flip Collection is an international, growing collection of flipbooks, part of PrintRoom’s collection of artists’ books.

We invite you to donate your flipbook to our unique and growing collection.

You can confirm your contribution by e-mail:  info@printroom.org.

When you send in a contribution, please include in the parcel as well as in your e-mail:
-Your address details (post, web and email),
-A short c.v.,
-The title of the book,
-The year it was made
-A short description

Please note that all flipbooks will become part of the PrintRoom Flip collection as donations.

Contributions by: David Claerbout (BE), Zoe Beloff (US), Lewis Klahr (US), Joris Lindhout and Maaike Gouwenberg (NL), Martha Colburn (US/NL), Sarah Vanagt (BE) & Katrien Vermeire (BE), Masha Krasnova-Shabaeva (NL/RU), Esther Urlus (NL), Han Hoogerbrugge (NL), Quinten Swagerman (NL), Bas Fontein (NL), Jeanne van Heeswijk (NL), Gloria Glitzer (DE), Ghenadie Popescu (MD), Maike Hemmers (DE/NL), Gözde Türkkan | Mimiko (TR), Georg Traber CH), Elena Gilbert (US/DE), Rachel Sender (ES/NL), Antje Van Wichelen (BE), Lawrence-Olivier Mahadoo (US/FR),Scott Blake (US), Ricardo Leal Gomes (PT), Roger Bygott (UK), Alice Rice (US), Jenny Suhonen (FI), Loes Verstappen (NL), Ernesto Morales (MX), Terhi Ekebom (FI), Andre Pielage (NL), Jenni Rope (FI), Mariana Zanetti (BR), Kati Rapia (FI), Samuli Otto-Henrik Saarinen (FI), Anne Roecklein (US), Marieke Verbiesen (NL/SE), Derek Parker (US), Lise Duclaux (BE), Jan Voss (DE/NL), Com Amoras (PT), Maurizio Montalti (IT), Tomas Schats (NL), Michael Leigh (UK), Guilia Garbin (IT/UK), Anneke Nieuwdorp (NL), Armelle Caron (FR), Paulina del Paso (MX), Margarida Fernandes and Sofia Magalhães (PT), Team Zatara (ES), Katrien Zintzen (NL), Wil van Iersel (NL), Wouter Venema (NL), Ines Schaber (DE), David Kühne (DE), Jessica Tankard ((US/NL), Corinne Janier (FR), Kamaya Lindquist (US), Rania Ho (US/CN), Francien van Everdingen (NL), Marjolijn Kok (NL), Antje van Wichelen (BE), Fiet van de Vijsel (NL), Bea van Golen (NL), Joost Stokhof (NL), Stefan Klein (DE), Kim Hospers (NL), Daphne Bom (ZA/NL), Michiel van Bakel (NL), Genevieve Hergott (FR), Akshara Verma (IN), Federico Antonini and Alessio D’Ellena (IT), Kathrin Wolkowicz (NL/DE), Primal (MX), Cetrucflotte (FR), Maia Gusberti (AU), Freerk Wilbers (NL), Dejan Habicht (SI), Tadej Pogačar (SI), Seripop: Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau (CA), Uta Eisenreich  (NL), Sayaka Abe (NL/JP), Lea Dahan (FR/BE), Nóra Békés (HU) and Marika Seo (JP), Cat Fenwick and Victor Leo Vickman (UK),  Amanda Friedman (US), among others.

 

 

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