Irina Gabiani’s video at TIME is Love.10 [Show 2] ARTSPACE Tel Aviv – ISRAEL

 

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Screenshot from Irina Gabiani’s video “Counting the invfinite”

18th-19th February 2017
TIME is Love.10 [Show 2]

ARTSPACE
Tel Aviv – ISRAEL
In collaboration with Muzaplus
www.artspacetlv.org
www.muzaplus.com

Opening: Saturday 18th Feb 7.30pm
Screening:
Abdelaziz Taleb, Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani, Alessandro Amaducci, APOTROPIA, Badr El Hammami, Bamba Diop, Betelhem Makonnen, Carlo Giuseppe Zuozo, Chanchal Banga, ClaRa ApaRicio Yoldi, David N Allard, Duo Strangloscope, Eija Temisevä, Eleonora Manca, Fenia Kotsopoulou & Daz Disley, Enoh Lienemann, Francesca Bonci, Francesca Lolli, Gianluca Capozzi, Guli Silberstein, Irina Gabiani, Joas Nebe, Kai Welf Hoyme, Karl Ingar Röys, Kent Anderson Butler, Kokou Ekouagou, Laura Focarazzo, Lisi Prada, LucFosther Diop, Marta Azparren & Sergio Blardony, Marie Paule Bilger, Mohamed Thara, Pedro Sanchez III, Piyali Ghosh, Regina Huebner, Roman Gomes, Shivkumar KV, Simone Stoll, Slawomir Milewski, Tahir Ün, Valeria Lo Meo & Michele Manzini, Viviana Druga, Zlatko Cosic.

Performance:
Yoanna Blikman / Eva Dabara / Savyon Fishlovitch / Gabrielle Neuhaus

Curator of the show Kisito Assangni 

Irina Gabiani’s videos at HearteartH, International Videoart Project from Berlin at the VisualcontainerTV

 

 

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Still from the video by Irina Gabiani “I don’t think you can”, 2012

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Still from the video by Irina Gabiani, “Neither a beggining, nor an end”, 2014

 

HearteartH 2016

International Videoart Project from Berlin
Curated by Sonia Laura Armaniaco and Maria Felix Korporal
From 13th January to 15th February 2017
only on VisualcontainerTV International Videoart WebTV
www.visualcontainer.tv

VisualcontainerTV welcome the second edition of HearteartH 2016 with a special compilation about 69 videos made by international artists about the symbolism of the two words HEART and EARTH. This videoart project is curated by Maria Korporal and Sonia Armaniaco.

Statement:
HearteartH is a collective project for artists and media makers ideated by video artists Sonia Armaniaco and Maria Korporal.
The concept took life from these two interlocking words: HEART and EARTH. The strong symbolism of the two words, which are inevitably associated with life, has a strong pull. One is drawn into it. In the almost fateful dependence of these terms of one another, they seem inextricably linked together, even permanently, forever.
The assembly of Heart and Earth in the title, in one word, follows these substantive consequence. The nearly identical letters gives the impression of an anagram, and so the title gets something of a magic spell from which we can not escape. Due to the large H at the beginning and end of the word, the title sounds as a breath. Heartearth is so an unlimited ongoing project, as well as the topic has no end, “life goes on”, “the earth continues to rotate”. In this doubling of the word is a power that can give life.
As Life is always looking for additions and adjustments, Art as well has the force to open new viewpoints and new feelings about this peculiar theme; Art which is so close and yet so far away, and which can be so beautiful and at the same time frightening. Or Art could provide an opportunity to think about it.

Selected Video:

Alessandra Arnò: Earth, 3:14
Alessandro Amaducci: Bloodstream, 7:15
Alessandro Amaducci: A Tell-Tale Heart, 3:31
Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani: “Ega” (Money), 1:36.
Aliénor Vallet: Horizon Vert Azur (Green Azure Horizon), 5:00.
Andrew Payne: Moon and cloud movements 3 , 1:00.
Angiola Bonanni: Love Woes, 12:05.
Annique Delphine: Plethora, 3:21.
Barbara Brugola: Lapse of View, 3:19.
Barbara Wolters: Intervention, 2:58.
Brian Kane: Being Human: Al Design, 2:42.
Bunker Media: Earth, 2:10
claRa apaRicio yoldi: Zoom in, 3:19.
Damira Piližota: Hurry, 1:03.
Daniel Ivan: Haiku, 5:05.
Eija Temisevä: Searching for Sense, 4:58.
Eija Temisevä: Vitality of a tree, 3:15.
Eleonora Manca: METAMOR(pH), 4:11.
Eleonora Manca: I Sing The Body Electric_Psyché, 1:26.
Erick Tapia: TERRITORIUM, 3:25.
Florent Texier: Les Vapeurs (The Steams), 2:11.
Fran Orallo: Vulcano, 4:08.
Fran Orallo: Beats, 4:30.
Gaetano Maria Mastrocinque: Argille, 5:48.
Gisela Weimann: Welt in Flammen – World in Flames – Monde en Flammes, 11:37.
Gwendolyn Audrey Foster: Virtual Gallery – The Gaia Triptych, 1:14.
Heli Ström: Refuge, 3:00.
Irina Gabiani: Neither a beginning nor an end, 1:40.
Irina Gabiani: I don’t think you can, 3:43.
Isabelle Hayeur: Pulse, 3:00.
JfR (Jean-Francois Réveillard): BREATH, 2:00.
Johanna Speidel: The Mirror, 5:26.
Jukka-Pekka Jalovaara: K.E.R.O.S.E.N.E poems from the planet, 7:08.
Kim Dotty Hachmann & Ginny Sykes: Healing Grounds, 3:38.
Larry Wang: All is Serene, 1:18.
Larry Wang: BARCODE, 2:17.
Laura Focarazzo: Hunting, 6:15.
Lino Strangis: Metaphysical Orogeny, 7:44.
Lotte Geeven: The sound of the earth, 1:14.
Maria Koehne: Standing Still, 5:44.
Maria (Felix) Korporal: Underwater Desert, 2:35.
Mariangela Ferraris aka MaryMee: .flow, 00:59.
Mariangela Ferraris aka MaryMee: 01.Hello World!, 01:49.
Mariel Gottwick: Meine Weltshow, 8:00.
Miriam Dessì: Fertilia, 4:59.
Mr. Armtone: Mistabishi – Druggers End (Mr. Armtone Video-Edit), 3:24.
Murat Sayginer: Volans, 2:33.
Myriam Thyes: Global Vulva, 6:20.
Paolo Bandinu: No Country, 2:21.
Pèninsolar: Under The Hanoi Monorail, 4:47.
s-ara (Sandra Araújo): Rio-me porque és da aldeia e vieste de burro ao baile, 2:53.
Sandra Becker 01: pachamama4.0, 3:11.
Reelvision: acqua vitae, 2:37.
Sarah Wölker: eNe mEne mIlchzahN, 5:22.
Shivkumar K V: one good cause…, 2:47.
Sonia Laura Armaniaco aka §vonica: GAIA, 3:49.
Sonia Laura Armaniaco aka §vonica: no more UPGRADE , 7:57.
Stephan Groß: Die Liebe in den Zeiten der EU (Love in the time of the EU), 5:57.
Susanne Kunjappu-Jellinek: Heart of RootsEarth of Fruits, 2:47.
Sylviatoyindustries (Sylvia Toy St. Louis): VOICE: A Fly-by on Lyssa’s Maiden Voyage
(festival cutting 2), 0:42.
Takehito Etani: Transparent Footprints of Invisible Giants / San Francisco Chapter ,
3:27.
TinyarVisuals (Tina Sulc): Illusion of Hydrosphere, 2:52.
Tiziano Bellomi: Winter 2015/2016, 0:51.
Tom Albrecht: Eivergrabung, 3:56.
Vladislav Solovjov: Home, 1:13.
Wheeler Winston Dixon: Human Scale, 4:21.
ydl (Yannick Dangin Leconte): Propagande, 4:44.

www.heartearth.xyz

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Irina Gabiani’s video at TIME is Love.10 [Show 1], ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe – Germany

 

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Irina Gabiani’s video”Counting the infinite”, at  ZKM, Karlsruhe, 2017

 

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Time is Love 10 presented by it’s curator Kisito Assangni

Friday 20th January 2017

6pm

TIME is Love.10

ZKM | Center for Art and Media
Karlsruhe – Germany
http://zkm.de/en/event/2017/01/time-is-love

http://zkm.de/

 

Featuring:
Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani, Alessandro Amaducci, Anahi Caceres, APOTROPIA, Badr El Hammami, Bamba Diop, Betelhem Makonnen, Carlo Giuseppe Zuozo, Chanchal Banga, ClaRa ApaRicio Yoldi, David N Allard, Duo Strangloscope (Cláudia Cárdenas & Rafael Schlichting), Eija Temisevä, Eleonora Manca, Fenia Kotsopoulou & Daz Disley, Enoh Lienemann, Francesca Bonci, Francesca Lolli, Gianluca Capozzi, Guli Silberstein, Irina Gabiani, Joas Nebe, Kai Welf Hoyme, Karl Ingar Röys, Kent Anderson Butler, Kokou Ekouagou, LAu Focarazzo, Liliana Orbach, Lisi Prada, LucFosther Diop, Marta Azparren & Sergio Blardony, Marie Paule Bilger, Mohamed Thara, Noa Nahari, Pedro Sanchez III, Piyali Ghosh, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Regina Huebner, Roman Gomes, Shivkumar KV, Simone Stoll, Slawomir Milewski, S/N (Jennida Chase), Tahir Ün, Valeria Lo Meo & Michele Manzini, Vijay Raghavan, Viviana Druga, Zlatko Cosic.
(c) Marie Paule Bilger, Between, 2016

Project curator: Kisito Assangni

http://www.timeisloveshow.org/

 

 

Irina Gabiani, Unrolling the human body, works and videos at TROIS C-L, Bananefabrik, Luxembourg



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Video form the exhibition “Unrolling the human body”

 

 


Irina Gabiani: “Unrolling the human body” at TROIS C-L, Bananefabrik, Luxembourg 

 

The current exhibition “Unrolling the human body”, presents a selection of large scale mix media works on paper created by Irina Gabiani specifically for the exhibition at TROIS C-L, whose focus is the theme of hedonism.

This series of works is an evolution of a previous important group of works which were exhibited by Irina Gabiani in July 2016 at the Georgian National Museum of Arts. The exhibition title was “Unrolling the Universe”

Irina Gabiani is inspired by the micro and macro worlds that – seen in a different perspective – becomes a source of endless inspiration. 

Together with the two dimensional works, the artist will show 2 videos: “Urtiertkavshiri” and “Blind life” and 6 drawings on paper that integrate the project “Unrolling the human body”.

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Detail of the work by Irina Gabiani “Unrolling human body- black”, 2016

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Detail of the work by Irina Gabiani “Unrolling human body- white”, 2016

Mix media on paper

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Detail of the work by Irina Gabiani “Unrolling human body- black”, 2016

Mix media on paper

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Irina Gabiani, “Blind life”, still from the video

https://irinagabianivideos.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/blind-life-a-video-by-irina-gabiani-2010/

 

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Irina Gabiani, still from the video “Urtiertkavshiri”

https://irinagabianivideos.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/urtiertkavshiri-was-performed-by-irina-gabiani-and-filmed-in-december-2008/

 

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Irina Gabiani, drawing

Pencil on paper

 

Édition spéciale


Vendredi 3 février 2017 à 19:00 BILLETTERIE EN LIGNE : Cliquez ICI

DANSE

Léa Tirabasso, TOYS
AD Compagnie, Balansé

INSTALLATION
Irina Gabiani, Unrolling the human body

Le TROIS C-L se réjouit d’accueillir, en février, la première de TOYS, la nouvelle création de la jeune chorégraphe Léa Tirabasso. Au croisement entre esthétique de l’absurde, culture populaire et philosophie,TOYS présente une réflexion existentielle sur notre rapport au plaisir.
Au cours de la soirée, le public est également invité à découvrir l’exposition Unrolling the bodies d’Irina Gabiani, qui se penche sur notre perception de l’univers, ainsi que Balansé, la création empreinte de mélancolie de la chorégraphe française Agnès Dru.

En savoir plus sur le 3 du TROIS : Cliquez ici !

http://www.danse.lu/evenements/3-du-trois/fevrier-2017/

 

“L’uomo e l’infinito nell’arte di Irina Gabiani”

by Paola Cairo 

 

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IMAGES FROM THE  VERNISSAGE OF THE EXHIBITION

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Irina Gabiani’s video at TIME is Love.9 [Show 7], TENERIFE ESPACIO DE LAS ARTES Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, 2016

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12-18 December 2016
TENERIFE ESPACIO DE LAS ARTES
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands
Spain
www.teatenerife.es
www.espacioenter.net

http://www.timeisloveshow.org/

TIME is Love.9 [Show 7]
In collaboration with Espacio 

With:
Agnieszka Ewa Braun, Angelina Voskopoulou , Alex Pearl, Annabel Dover, Boris Eldagsen, Carla Gannis, Dimitri Fagbohoun ,Ezra Wube, Fatos Irwen, Frederico Evaristo, Halida Boughriet, Irina Gabiani, Jason Robinson, Javiera Tejerina, Joas Nebe, John Sanborn, Masha Yozefpolsky, Michele Manzini, Mark T Walker, Nao Sakamoto, Nicolas Tourte, NOK&T/ART, Olga Guse, Piyali Ghosh, Rahman Hak-Hagir/Alfie Nze, Rrose Present, Salomé Rodriguez, Salvatore Insana, Seruni Bodjawati, Simo Ezoubeiri, S/N, Tabita Rezaire,Tamara Laï, Thierry Ferreira, Véronique Mouysset,Victor Mutelekesha,Yuval Yairi.

Special Thanks to Annabelle Boko, Montse Arbelo and Joseba Franco.

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Still from Irina Gabiani’s video “Exquisite form”, 2013

 
 

Irina Gabiani’s video at TIME is Love.9 [Show 6] DIGITAL MARRAKECH 5 International Media Art &amp, Digital Cinema Festival Morocco, 2016



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29th November 2016

TIME is Love.9 [Show 6]
DIGITAL MARRAKECH 5
International Media Art & Digital Cinema Festival
Morocco


www.digitalmarrakech.org

29-30 Nov: University Ibn Zohr, Agadir
3-17 Dec: Galerie Rê, Marrakech
10 Dec: Ecole Nationale des Sciences Appliquées, Marrakech

With:
Agnieszka Ewa Braun, Angelina Voskopoulou , Alex Pearl, Annabel Dover, Boris Eldagsen, Carla Gannis, Dimitri Fagbohoun ,Ezra Wube, Fatos Irwen, Frederico Evaristo, Halida Boughriet, Irina Gabiani, Jason Robinson, Javiera Tejerina, Joas Nebe, John Sanborn, Masha Yozefpolsky, Michele Manzini, Mark T Walker, Nao Sakamoto, Nicolas Tourte, NOK&T/ART, Olga Guse, Piyali Ghosh, Rahman Hak-Hagir, Rrose Present, Salomé Rodriguez, Salvatore Insana, Seruni Bodjawati, Simo Ezoubeiri, Sonia Laura , S/N, Tabita Rezaire, Tamara Laï, Thierry Ferreira, Véronique Mouysset,Victor Mutelekesha,Yuval Yairi.

 

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Still fro Irina Gabiani’s video “Exquisite form”, 2013

Irina Gabiani’s videos at Georgian Video Art: Intro, Jane Hotel, NY, U.S.A. 2016

INDEPENDENT CURATORS PRESENT

With the support of

Consulate General of Georgia in New York

PRESENT
Georgian Video Art: INTRO
Program Screening and Art Reception


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A new take on Video Art Show format in a fabulous hotel, and a new look at the old

mysterious country Georgia and its contemporary esthetics will be presented to NY audience at the end October, which is Halloween, and the final “closing” of worldwide harvest celebrations.

A 90-minute program of video art pieces, each between 2 to 5 minutes long, will be projected on a large screen with surround sound.

NY based Georgian born independent art curator and video artist Marika Maiorova will introduce a list of current video artists who were born and raised in Georgia. The creators of Georgian Video Archive Alexi Soselia and Galaqtion Eristavi are co-curators of the program.

List of the artists includes:

Artists list: Irina Gabiani, Uta Bekaia, Levan Mindiashvili, Nika Machaidze, Gegi Khaburzania, Koka Tskvediani, Salome Latsabidze, Dimitri Tsutskiridze, Melano Sokhadze, Irakli Skhirtladze, Tamar Khmiadashvili, Alexi Soselia, Maria Chambers, Thea Telia, Zura Apkhazi, Lia Bagrationi and others

The idea is to once again introduce the contemporary Georgian videoart to New York City audience on a large screen and in an intimate hotel setting, and create better integration opportunities for the artists and the curators. Some of the presented artists live and work in different countries around the world, some of them are in NY.

Georgia, a small country with strong Christian traditions, goes back to Prehistoric Period and at some point was nearly bordering waters with Ancient Greece. It is located on the South wing of the Caucasus Mountains. Some villages there are still located up on over 5100 meters above the sea-level, and have never been abandoned. National history of the country is dramatic, same as geography. And so are the recent and the constant changes in the system and the political parties, with progress in everyday life and technologies, in mentality, in philosophy, in art.
Today Georgia is represented as a developing, economically reviving, fun, interesting and beautiful country all set for international tourism. However, the greatest asset of any country will always be its culture. New York’s Museum of Modern Art in the recent years has presented a very comprehensive retrospective of Georgian Film – motion pictures that predated video art as artistic medium. This program “Discovering Georgian Cinema” covered Georgian film production in the years 1907-2014, and has a great impact on overall perception of Georgian nation in the United States.
The event at The Jane Hotel Georgian Video Art: INTRO starts a new series of events discovering Georgian video art for American audience.

For more information, please contact

georgianvideoartshowny@gmail.com +1 347 607 57 18

The event will take place on Sunday, October 30th, 5 pm to 9 pm.


Introduction of the video program is scheduled at 6 pm.

Special Performance: Vocal trio of sisters Diana and Madona Iremashvili will perform Georgian romances after the video program.

Program is curated in collaboration with the Georgian Video Archive.

 

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Irina Gabiani, video “Don’t go back to sleep”

 

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Image from the show: Irina Gabiani video “Beyond the form”

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Image from the show: Video by Irina Gabiani, Counting the infinite, 2013

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Image from the show: Video by Irina Gabiani, Part of the whole, 2013

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Image from the show: Video by Irina Gabiani, I don’t think you can, 2013

 

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