溅…刹那即永恒 Splash…One Minute is Eternal

溅…刹那即永恒 Splash…One Minute is Eternal

Wonderful news today from The One Minutes :
My one minute film SPLASH – 溅 – is screened at the ‘One Minute is Eternal’ exhibition in the Power Station of Arts museum in Shanghai.

Power Station of Art (PSA) in Shanghai (CN) presents 刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal – Celebrating 21 years of One Minutes from 23 October until 24 November 2019.

On the top floor of the museum, PSA presents 21 series of one-minute videos curated by Melanie Bonajo, David Claerbout, Kate Cooper, Harm van den Dorpel, Helen Dowling, Cécile B. Evans, Va-Bene E. Fiatsi (crazinisT artisT), Goys & Birls, Tao Hui, Lawrence Lek & Lua Vollaard, Melvin Moti, Shana Moulton, David Henry Nobody Jr, Joseph Popper, Tereza Ruller, Egill Sæbjörnsson, Cally Spooner, Kubilay Mert Ural and Ana Vaz.

SPLASH is part of the One Minutes Series ‘Enjoy your file, download your life’ curated by Studio David Claerbout. From the vast The One Minutes Collection, Studio David Claerbout made a very subjective choice of thirty-seven videos of different lives, voices, perspectives, imaginations, fun, pain, madness and peace.

All participating artists are listed in the press release (link below):
The One Minutes – Press release 10 October 2019 – Power Station of Art presents 21 years of One Minutes

Film 溅…刹那即永恒 Splash…One Minute is Eternal (20191010) Michel van der Burg | miracles.media

More on SPLASH below :

Splash – https://michelvanderburg.com/2017/06/29/splash/

Enjoy your file, download your life
https://michelvanderburg.com/2017/06/16/enjoy-your-file-download-your-life/

SPLASH in Nanjing Museum ‘Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes’
https://michelvanderburg.com/2018/09/20/splash-in-nanjing-museum-celebrating-20-years-of-one-minutes/

Message To Kazerne Dossin

Message To Kazerne Dossin
Behind the scenes working on Miracles film. Typing a last message in the guest book at a film location scouting visit October 19, 2013 with Philippe Renette at the Kazerne Dossin Museum in Mechelen, Belgium .

“Echt onder de indruk.
Een museum voor de jongere generaties.
Nooit meer vergeten en zorgen dat het nooit meer gebeurt.
Respect en verdraagzaamheid. — Philippe Renette

Translation :
Really impressed.
A museum for the younger generations.
Never forget and ensure that it never happens again.
Respect and tolerance.

Credits
Message To Kazerne Dossin
Behind the Scenes Miracles film October 19, 2013 with Philippe Renette.
Film (20191005) Michel van der Burg | miracles.media

Ductus Pancreaticus


① memo 20190503 ~ Ductus Pancreaticus ~ Human pancreas model with a ‘cut’ showing the pancreatic duct for drainage of the digestive pancreatic juice to the intestinal tract – this week in the Corpus museum in Oegstgeest near Leiden, Holland.
I used that pancreatic duct many years for (retrograde) infusion of digestive enzymes (mostly collagenase) in the pancreas to digest the connective tissue in the gland and release the’isolated’ islets of Langerhans for transplantion of purified islets aiming to cure diabetes .

Captions for Cas


① memo 20181007 ~ Captions for Cas ~ Help caption images in Cas Oorthuys photo archive. Last friday I visited the retrospective ‘This is Cas | Vintage Photography by Cas Oorthuys’ in the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam , Holland , and came across this great project :

The museum invites visitors of the exhibition to help with information on the many photographs , offering large iPads at a round table with Cas’ work. I searched for Normandie , and filmed browsing the results.

Online , I just checked , the project invites everyone to help . Below some info from the museum site and the link for visiting yourself.

“The Nederlands Fotomuseum is appealing to the general public for help in identifying the contents of photographs taken by Cas Oorthuys, among the most influential of all 20th-century Dutch photographers. Anyone is able to study the photos in the Oorthuys archive online and provide information on the contents…

Captions for Cas
All sheets are available online and work can begin on captioning them. In an extraordinary exercise in public participation, the museum invites the general public to help write Captions for Cas. Using the existing Vele Handen platform, it is open to everyone to contribute information on any of the images in the contact sheets. The museum is looking not just for photography lovers, but for a wide variety of experts and people with relevant personal knowledge. Oorthuys travelled widely and photographed a huge range of things. Input will be needed, for example, from experts on traditional costumes, the shipping industry and agriculture in the Netherlands, but also from people familiar with the various other regions and countries that Oorthuys visited. In addition to many countries within Europe, these included Canada, Congo, Indonesia, Egypt, Morocco, Syria and the United States.”

Note , though , the platform and project instructions , and photographer’s notes , all is in dutch .

Link ‘Captions for Cas’
https://www.nederlandsfotomuseum.nl/en/captions-for-cas-en/

Link via platform ‘VeleHanden.nl”
https://velehanden.nl/projecten/bekijk/details/project/nfm_tagging_photos