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« Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) Video Art Project

« Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) Video Art Project


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Abstract

My main concern within this project is exploring our mind, unconscious and interpretation levels of dreams as well as the possibility to understand psychic intuition. The specifics of the realization of dreams emotions, thoughts, imagination, sex drive actions and interactions of a dreamer raises the question of the viewer and that simultaneity that makes our mind and spirit work together with our brain to be understood.

« The truth, the central stupendous truth about developed countries today is that they can have – in anything but the shortest run – the kind and scale of resources they decide to have… It is no longer resources that limit decisions. It is the decision that makes the resources, This is the fundamental revolutionary change—perhaps the most revolutionary man has ever known. »
U Thant, Secretary-General of the United Nations

“There lies before us, if we choose, continual progress in happiness, knowledge, and wisdom. Shall we, instead, choose death, because we cannot forget our quarrels? We appeal as human beings to human beings: Remember your humanity, and forget the rest. If you can do so, the way lies open to a new Paradise; if you cannot, there lies before you the risk of universal death.”
The Russell-Einstein Manifesto, 9 July 1955

1. Introduction

Wish1

A wish is a hope or desire for something. Fictionally, wishes can be used as plot devices. In folklore, opportunities for « making a wish » or for wishes to « come true » or « be granted » are themes that are sometimes used.

Lie2

This article is about untruthfulness. For other uses, see Lie (disambiguation).

A lie (also called prevarication), is a type of deception in the form of an untruthful statement, especially with the intention to deceive others, often with the further intention to maintain a secret or reputation, protect someone’s feelings or to avoid a punishment. To lie is to state something that one knows to be false or that one has not reasonably ascertained to be true with the intention that it be taken for the truth by oneself or someone else. A liar is a person who is lying, who has previously lied, or who tends by nature to lie repeatedly.

Lying is typically used to refer to deceptions in oral or written communication.[citation needed] Other forms of deception, such as disguises or forgeries, are generally not considered lies, though the underlying intent may be the same. However, even a true statement can be considered a lie if the person making that statement is doing so to deceive. In this situation, it is the intent of being untruthful rather than the truthfulness of the statement itself that is considered.

Dream3

Dreams are sequence images, sounds and feelings experienced while sleeping, particularly strongly associated with rapid eye movement sleep. The contents and biological purposes of dreams are not fully understood, though they have been a topic of speculation and interest throughout recorded history. The scientific study of dreams is known as oneirology.

“Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) is an art and visual research project which was launched in Fall 2001 at the Banff Centre For The Arts in Canada. The video installation project “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) was created and developed from the a video art project entitled “Untitled” (Unconscious) since 1997. The video installation art project focuses on the mechanisms of perception and dreams, the private world of the world of fantasy and unconscious, the conditions underlying the system by which mind and spirit operates. At the same time, the (in)-visibility of the structure ignites a confusion on the viewers’ perception of the work and of the space where it is placed, thus provoking and ambiguous relationship between the object, its function and its appearance, unlock a mysterious force field on the border of the truth and lie, that is able to create unexpected angles of approach which in turn force the viewer to take up a new position in the observation of the surrounding world.

“Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) was created to explore intimacy and emotional resonance with the viewer with combines the artistic and fantastic to explores experience of remembering; questioning the fantastic adventure of nature, recognizing disquieting patterns, facing emerging memories and understanding nature. Segments are combined with blurring images and are vague in order to create an impression of subconscious memory and dreams. The video art project series of “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) has been accepted to several exhibitions: « Next Move: Contemporary Art from Thailand », (curated by Binghui Huangfu, ICA Institute for Contemporary Art, supported by Royal Thai Embassy, Singapore & Thai Express, Singapore, 2003); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Peter Cramer, The Gardeners of PETITE VERSAILLES/The Garden Of The Little Red Hen, supported by Allied Productions Inc.; Gardeners & Friends of LPV; The Trust for Public Land; Green Thumb/NYC Dept. of Parks; Materials for the Arts; NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, NYC Dept. of Sanitation and NYC Board of Education, New York, U.S.A. 2003); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Izabela Pluta, Rocketart Gallery, supported by Australia Council for The Arts, NSW, Australia, 2003); The World Social Forum 2004, “Another world is possible-Let’s build it”, (curated by Bhupesh Gupta Bhavan, supported by India General Council, Mumbai, India, 2004); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams II), (curated by Annette Senneby, Art Gallery Mellanrummet, The Royal University College of Fine Arts, supported by the Swedish Institute, Stockholm, Sweden); OUTVIDEO, International video-art festival in public spaces, (curated by Arseny Sergeev and Georgy Cyplakov, organized by Nailya Allachverdieva and Anastassia Chichelnickaya, National Centre for Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg, Russia, 2004); Beeoff/Splintermind Project, “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams III), (curated by Bjorn Norberg, The video project will broadcast from Stockholm as « Real-Time » to a number of museums: nine regional museums in Sweden, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art Helsinki; Museet for Samtidskunst; The Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde; Atelier Nord; The Norrbotten County Museum; The Gävleborg County Museum; The Jönköping County Museum; The Gotland Museum of Art; Blekinge Museum. The art is distributed via the internet in special co-operation with Telia/Sonera, Splintermind, supported by The European Union and The Nordic Institute For Contemporary Art, Stockholm, Sweden, 2004); Series of “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Yow Siew Kah, The Art Gallery, Nanyang Technological University, supported by National Institute of Education Visual & Performing Arts, Singapore, 2005); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams II), An International Presentation Ubergrowth-Borderline Culture in a Rural Context, (curated by Andrew Stooke, Holt Gallery, supported by Holt Gallery, Sherborne, United Kingdom, 2005); Designing Your Future, Berlinale Talent Campus 2005, 55th Berlin International Film Festival, (curated by Dieter Kosslick, Christine Dorn and Thomas Struck, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, supported by Berlinale Talent Campus and Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany, 2005); “The Capture of the Temporal: New Works in Photography and Video”, (curated by Hank T. Foreman, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, supported by Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Boone, North Carolina, U.S.A); Becoming Uucomfortable, Performance Studies international conference #11, (curated by John Emigh, supported by Asian Cultural Council, List Art Building, Brown University, Rhode Island, U.S.A. 2005); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams II), Ninth International Conference on Thai Studies, Liberal Arts and Sciences External Programming, (curated by Arlene B. Neher, supported by Rockefeller Foundation, the Association for Asian Studies and Northern Illinois University, The Sky Hall, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, U.S.A, 2005); Biennale Bibliotheca Alexandrina 2005, (curated and organized by Mohamed Abouelnaga, Mostafa el Razzaz and Maestro Sherif Mohie el Din, Arts Center, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, supported by Arts Center, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt, 2005); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams II), (curated by Lynda Cullen and Ali Bramwell, The Blue Oyster Gallery, supported by Creative New Zealand Funding, Dunedin, New Zealand, 2005); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), International Artists Symposium III and Art Happening Vellano Arte 2005, (curate by Martin Bauer, Vera Bauer and Anne Flore, Tuscany, Italy); International Prize for Performance, (curated by Sarah Scandiffio, selected work by the internationally jury: Marina Abramovic (Artist), Renato Barilli (art critic and performance expert), Sabine Folie (Kunsthalle Wien), Andrea Lissoni (Associazione Xing), Virgilio Sieni (Dance company Virgilio Sieni), Barbara Boninsegna (drodesera>centrale fies) and Fabio Cavallucci (Director of the Galleria Civica, Trento), supported by the Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea of Trento (Italy), in collaboration with drodesera>centrale fies and with the support of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto, Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Trento, Italy, 2005); International Kaunas Art Biennial, (curated by Virginija Vitkiene and Vita Geluniene, Supported by Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania Kaunas City Municipality; M. K. Ciurlionis National Museum of Art; Kaunas Art Institute Lithuanian Textile Artists’ Guild; Art Gallery ‘Meno Parkas’ and Janina Monkute-Marks Museum-Gallery, M. K.Ciurlionis National Museum of Art (M. Zilinskas Art Gallery, Nepriklausomybes sq. 12 and Kaunas Picture Gallery, Donelaicio str. 16, Kaunas, Lithuania), Kaunas, Lithuania, 2005); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) >> Heartsick On The Open Sea With Stars…), (curated by Åsa Lönnqvist, Peter Heinström and Magdalena Holm, The Pro Artibus Foundation Gallery, support by The Pro Artibus Foundation, Ekenäs. Finland, 2005); « Global Groove », (curated by Chris Molinski, The Art Gallery of Knoxville, supported by The Art Gallery of Knoxville U.S.A. 2006); ECOPOETICS ON PLASMA for the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, (curated by Patricia R. Zimmermann, Tim Murray and Tom Shevory, Ithaca College, New York, U.S.A., 2006); “5 Continent”, (curated by Marja de Jong, Saksala ArtRadius Center, Haukivuori, Finland, 2006); Pikseliähky 2006, (curated by Andrew Paterson, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland, 2006); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams II), (curated by Andrew Lam, Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences, Hong Kong, 2006); “Untitled” (Wishes, Lies and Dreams II), (curated by Steve Eland, 24HR Art – NT Centre for Contemporary Art, supported by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, the Northern Territory Government through Arts NT and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, Darwin, Australia, 2006); KAMPUS FESTARI 2006, The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) > From Crystal To The Stars… « , (curated by Pekka Uotila , Mikpoli IT Centre Hall, Mikkeli, Finland, 2006); “AMERICAN DIASPORA: Transformations in an Age of Uncertainty”, (curated by Keungsuk Kim Sexton, Victory Hall Cultural Center, NJ, U.S.A. 2006); The Installation series of “Untitled 2007”, (curated by Uchida Hiroshi, The Japan Foundation Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand, February 2007); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Anders Härm, Tallinna Linnagalerii, Tallinn, Estonia, March 2007); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Alan Dunning, Banff Center for the Arts, Alberta, Canada, June 2007); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Collaboration Art Network In-Between Group, IMS, Artspace Chiyofuku and Artspace Tetra, Fukuoka, Japan, July 2007); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) >> Tomorrow is Another Days…), (curated by Hong-hee Kim, Gyeonggido Museum of Modern Art, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea, October 2007); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Yvo van der Vat, Baracca Space, The Hague, The Netherlands, October 2007); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Wolfgang Gramm, KUNST IN DER CARLSHÜTTE gGmbH/International Art Exhibition Nord Art 2008, Büdelsdorf, Germany, June 2008); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), Changwon Asian Art Festival (Post Citizen – Finding our way), (curated by Seong-ho Kim, Seok-weon KIM and Se-jin Jung, Songsan Art Hall, Changwon City, Korea, August 2008); POINT, Korea-Japan Exchanging Artists Exhibition, The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (curated by Kang Seung-wan/National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea; Suh Jin-suk/Alternative Space LOOP; Yoo, Jin-sang/Kukje Gallery; Kim Mi-jin/Seoul Art Center and Fumihiko Sumitomo AIT/Museum of Contemporary Art-Tokyo, Alternative Space LOOP, Seoul, Korea, August 2008); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), PROJECT STANDING BY OOO. season4, (organized and curated by Eunjung Son and Sohee Kim/Alternative Space LOOP, Somee Kim/MIZY Center, XI Gallery, Seoul, Korea, September 2008); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), (organized and curated by Cheong Jong Hyo, Choi A Reum, KIAF Operation Committees and Galleries Associate of Korea, Korea International Art Fair 2008, Seoul, Korea, September 2008); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), Continuing Power of Asia, (curated by Yeonmin Ahn, Hankuk Art Museum, Seoul, Korea, October 2008); The Installation series of « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams), World Open Art Festival, (curated by Seong kyoo Jeon and John Soeh, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea, October 2008); The Critical Time of The World Civilization, Art Of Emergency, (curated by Aurel Thurn, Artneuland Berlin Space, Berlin, Germany, February 2009)

2. Exposition

Dreams are easily influenced by factors in our life and spirit, and these influences create « categories » that are almost infinite. We do broadly categorize them in terms like « sex, prophetic, standard, physical and nightmare.

3. Conclusion

Dreams are a communication of body, mind and spirit in a symbolic communicative environmental state of being. Our brains are in constant activity. Different states of consciousness (like awake, asleep, alert, drowsy, excited, bored, concentrating or daydreaming) cause different brain wave activity. Our conscious mind, or the part we think with, our « window » into life, only takes up a very small portion of our brain activity.

Appendix

« Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) is a series of experimental film/video artworks depicting the world of the « Unconscious. »

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34. Marja de Jong, 5 Continent, Saksala ArtRadius Center, Haukivuori, Finland, March 2006 (Press Release)

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Acknowledgments

I gratefully acknowledge the generous support of The Ministry of Culture and Tourism Republic of Korea, The Japan Foundation, The Swedish Institute, The Prince Claus Fund, The European Union, The Nordic Institute For Contemporary Art, The Norwegian Council for Cultural Affairs, The Creative New Zealand Funding, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Asian Cultural Council, The Proloco, The Circolo Arci, The Residents of Vellano, The city of Pescia, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto,The Commonwealth Government, Northern Territory Government, The Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania Kaunas City Municipality, The Pro Artibus Foundation, The Royal University College of Fine Art, The Banff Centre for the Arts, The Medien Kulturzentrum PENTACON, The Unimovie Associazione Culturale, The Machida-City Museum of Graphic Art, The Victor Company of Japan, The ICA Institute for Contemporary Art, The Rocketart Gallery, The Blue Oyster Gallery, The Holt Gallery, The National Centre for Contemporary Art Ekaterinburg, RIXC Centre for New Media in Riga, The Beeoff/Splintermind and Telia Innovation with co-operators: The Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art Helsinki; The Museet for Samtidskunst; The Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde; Atelier Nord; The Norrbotten County Museum; The Gävleborg County Museum; The Jönköping County museum; The Gotland Museum of Art; Blekinge Museum, Allied Productions with cooperators: Gardeners & Friends of LPV; The Trust for Public Land; GreenThumb/NYC Dept. of Parks; Materials for the Arts; NYC Dept. of Cultural Affair; NYC Dept. of Sanitation and NYC Board of Education, The Australia Council for The Arts , The India General Council (IGC), The State Culture Capital Foundation of Latvia (SCCF), The Thai Art Foundation, The Southeast Asian Computer Graphics Society, The Nanyang Technological University, The Nordland Kunst 0g Filmskole, The Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre, The Kunstakademiet Trondheim, The Ithaca College, The Royal Thai Embassy and Singapore & Thai Express, The Art Gallery Nanyang Technological University, Brown University, Northern Illinois University, The Art Center Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Berlinale Talent Campus, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, The M. K.Ciurlionis National Museum of Art, The Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, The Drodesera>Centrale Fies, The Art Gallery of Knoxville, The Victory Hall Cultural Center, The Saksala ArtRadius Center, The Mikpoli IT Centre Hall, The 24HR Art – NT Centre for Contemporary Art, The Japan Foundation Art Gallery, The Tallinna Linnagalerii, The IMS, The Artspace Chiyofuku and The Artspace Tetra, The Gyeonggido Museum of Modern Art, The Danwon Art Museum, The Arko Museum, The Baracca Space, The KUNST IN DER CARLSHÜTTE gGmbH, The National Museum of Contemporary Art-Korea, The Alternative Space LOOP, The Kukje Gallery, The Seoul Art Center, The MIZY Center, Songsan Art Hall, The XI Gallery, Korea International Art Fair, The Hankuk Art Museum, The Seoul Museum of Art and Artneuland Berlin Space.

Résumé (français)

Ce qui m’intéresse principalement dans ce projet est l’exploration de notre mental, de notre inconscient et des niveaux d’interprétation des rêves ainsi que la possibilité de comprendre l’intuition psychique. Les spécificités de la réalisation en rêve des émotions, des pensées, de l’imagination, des actions et interactions des pulsions sexuelles d’un rêveur posent la question du spectateur et de cette simultanéité qui fait travailler ensemble notre mental et notre état d’esprit et laisse le soin à notre cerveau de comprendre.

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Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, « « Untitled » (Wishes, Lies and Dreams) Video Art Project », [Plastik] : Être ici et là : La relativité générale et la physique quantique #01 [en ligne], mis en ligne le 9 novembre 2009, consulté le 16 décembre 2018. URL : http://plastik.univ-paris1.fr/untitled-wishes-lies-and-dreams/ ISSN 2101-0323

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