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about US

White Frame (WF) produces and curates exhibitions and screenings, offering artists greater visibility for their art. Established in 2011 in Basel, Switzerland, our nonprofit nomadic association operates at the intersection of video art, cinema and photography.  We strive to forge national and international networks and generate collaboration. We initiate and implement projects and facilitate exchange between Swiss and international artists, institutions, independent curators, festival programmers, writers and the public.  

We also have ongoing curatorial collaborations with the following artists: Judith Albert, Edith Flückiger, Katrin Freisager, Philipp Gasser, Ralph Kühne, Max Philipp Schmid and Aline Veillat.

 


WHO WE ARE

CHANTAL MOLLEUR

Co-Founder Director and Curator of WHITEFRAME

 

Cultural producer, curator and promoter. Prior to moving to Switzerland in 2005, she worked in the Canadian media arts for 20 years. She directly assists institutions, filmmakers and artists, from the inception to the launch and promotion of their art and projects. Chantal has served on boards of directors and on juries for grants awarded to institutions, artists and filmmakers. She is the Swiss delegate for the International Festival of Films on Art of Montreal and the promoter of the graduate films at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts for the Video and Animation departments.            



STELLA HÄNDLER

Co-Founder and Member of WHITEFRAME

 

Co-founder of the production company Freihändler, which focuses on documentary films for cinema and television as well as on video art projects. Lecturer at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Design & Art, Video department


PIERRE-ANDRÉ LIENHARD

Co-Founder of WHITEFRAME

 

 

A freelance curator and writer, Pierre-André Lienhard was responsible for promoting the visual arts for the Swiss Federal Office of Culture from 1995 to 2001. He worked as curator for the Art Collection of the Swiss Confederation from 2001 to 2012.


HILKE DOERING

Advisor for WHITEFRAME

 

Head of the International Competition, the Children's and Youth Cinema and the Market. 
International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

Since 1995, Hilke Doering has been Head of the International Competition, the Children's and Youth Cinema and the Market of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. She is also in charge of international festival policies. In this context, she was a member of the board of the European Coordination of Film Festivals from 1996 to 2000 and has been president of the International Short Film Conference from 1998 to 2003. Since 1996, she has been a jury member at numerous international film and video festivals, including Split, Venice and Cork.


LOUISE SIMARD

Advisor for WHITEFRAME

 

Curator, Head of Multimedia Events
Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montréal

Louise Simard is Head of Multimedia events at the Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal, focusing on emerging trends mainly in new media, sound art, performance and moving images. Since 2005, she has been in charge of the Projections series, which is devoted to recent developments in the realm of film and video. She is also responsible for the artistic programming of the museum’s Nocturne series and ongoing partnerships with the Festival International of Films on Art (FIFA), MUTEK and the International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN). She has chaired juries for Québec Fonds de recherche sur la société et la culture. She regularly participates in panels and juries for public organizations.

 

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artists


Judith Albert

 

Judith Albert works in numerous modes of expression, including language, artistic interventions, video, photography, object art and drawing. She explores the boundaries and barely perceptible passages between different states and different sensitivities. 

www.judithalbert.ch


Edith Flückiger

 

Edith Flückiger uses video and text to create her works. Her art focuses on man’s fate: our physical presence in the world, our being a part of the cosmic constellation and its physical forces. Her work explores the fragility of our existence and tangible moments in life, those moments that we experience with our senses and through which we are connected and rooted in the world around us.

www.edithflueckiger.ch


katrin freisager

 

Katrin Freisager has worked around the mise-en-scène of bodies and their borders. Skin, clothing, environment and movement are factors that dissolve the borders of the body, defining the image of body and identity in new ways. She has played with the boundary between reality and fiction in her various series, which include from Color of Skin (1998), Living Dolls (2000), Untitled (2002) and Las Meninas (2004/2011). In her newer works about landscapes, which were created in her studio, she takes us on a journey between experiencing and remembering, suggestion and after-image. Playing with the ambivalence of fiction and reality, she manages to make her images take us to the future and the past at the same time. 

www.artprojectstaffelbach.ch


PHILIPP GASSER

 

The works of Philipp Gasser invoke the dream state, where the parameters of reality are constantly shifting. Bridging animation, video, performance and installation, his quiet and unusual artworks, distort the viewer’s environment in unexpected ways, creating visual interventions that seem almost natural.

www.philippgasser.com


Ralph kühne

 

Ralph Kühne is an experimental filmmaker and photographer. He is highly imaginative, a short story teller and scenographer.  The figures for his scenes come from his experiences in everyday life. His content and visual aspects are often related to comics or slapstick films.   

www.ralphkuehnephot.li


MAX PHILIPP SCHMID

 

Max Philipp Schmid works as an independent director and video-maker and since 1990 has devoted himself to creating experimental films, shorts, musical films and animation. His videos are accounts of feelings and situations no longer free of ambiguity, of bodies in search of equilibrium. Ambivalent moments, otherwise serving no purpose other than that of a brief transition, become permanent. Although he typically shoots in a studio with actors, Schmid is less interested in the theatrical staging of a feeling than in his ability to use video technique to interpolate and fragment images, and with them personages, and thus propel them into his trademark destabilised state.

www.maxphilippschmid.ch


ALINE VEILLAT

 

“Exploring the tropical forest in Puerto-Rico in quest of the essence of “nature”, or grasping fully the Chinese concept of landscape by observing closely an approach to a mountain hazard in Sichuan, Aline Veillat nourishes her imaginative world and her art practice in expeditions. Her practice is an interdisciplinary research based practice, often questioning today's issues in the context of climate change and anthropocene. Most of her works are an experience, a step in the artistic process undertaken between visual art, natural and anthropological sciences. By this practice the artist searches to forge connections between objects and ideas which apparently do not have any, or belong to distinct worlds. Questions, or ideas for new paradigm, can be brought by these improbable encounters.

Aline Veillat works with the most appropriate media for the core issues of each project, going from water colours to new media and robotics, including living organisms. An implicit, although enigmatic, narrative dimension underlies her works. Moreover when the work allows it, she is particularly interested in evolutionary achievements, none completely predictable or under controlled.”

www.alineveillat.com


 
 
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THE NIGHTLIGHT SCREENINGS

Basel, Switzerland: August 19th, 2016 // 20:00 to 23:00
dates to be confirmed for 2017, 2018

ARTISTS
with works by regional, national and international selections


CURATORIAL PARTNERS
2016: Tasja Langenbach, Artistic Director, Videonale, Bonn
 2017: 
Hitomi Hasegawa, Curator/director, Moving Image Archive of Contemporary Art (MIACA), Hong Kong
2018: Alessandra Arnò, Co-founder/director, VisualContainer, Milano

OUTDOOR SCREENING VENUE
At the garden of the Christoph Merian Foundation in Basel
(in case of rain, our screening partner is the Basler Papiermühle Schweizerisches Museum für Papier, Schrift und Druck)

As part of White Frame’s (WF) ongoing commitment to the presentation of video art, WF presents The Nightlight Screenings, two curated video art mixed programs that explore more recent works from Swiss and international artists. The event will take place on August 19th at the Garden of the Christoph Merian Foundation across from the new building of the Kunstmuseum Basel.  Grill & Bar opens at 20:00.

This new initiative aims to draw a more focused attention to video art works to a broader public and to simultaneously foster international exchanges for our Swiss productions. Two thousand sixteen guest curator, Tasja Langenbach, artistic director of Videonale Bonn will co-curate the program with Chantal Molleur, co-founder/director and curator of White Frame.

In case of rain, the evening will be presented at the Basler Papiermühle Schweizerisches Museum für Papier, Shrift und Druck at St. Alban-Tal 37. Free entry for the screenings. 

This project is made possible thanks to financial support from the Christoph Merian Stiftung and  Swisslos-Fonds des Kantons Basel-Stadt.


THE COMPILER SCREENINGS
 

Stadtkino, Basel: December 2, 2016
Lugano screening date to be confirmed

Dates to be confirmed for 2017, 2018              

ARTISTS
with works from regional and national selections

CURATORIAL PARTNERS
2016: The Museo d'arte della Svizzera italiana, curator Elio Schenini
2017: Susann Wintsch, Independent Curator, Zurich
2018: Fonds Municipal d'Art Contemporain, curator Stéphane Cecconi, Genève

GUEST WRITERS

2016: Marcy Goldberg, film historian and culture critic, Zurich
2017, 2018: To be announced

PRODUCTION PARTNER
Tweaklab AG

SCREENING PARTNERS
Stadtkino, Basel
Screening partners for Lugano, Zurich and Geneva to be announced

The Compiler Screenings will be presented at the Stadtkino in Basel. We are interested in giving a curatorial focus to Borders and Boundaries. We will be working each year with a guest curator or institution interested in the dissemination of video art and art film. Together, we will present to the public productions exploring the spectrum of this subject. The program will also travel from Basel to our partner’s cities each year.

White Frame is partnering with the Basel based company Tweaklab AG, which produced four editions of their DVD project Compiler White Frame is carrying on the spirit of the initial project: its next editions will be presented in a different screening format and archival medium, transforming Compiler into The Compiler Screenings. Each edition of The Compiler Screenings will be available online on White Frame's website a year later.

This project is made possible thanks to financial support from the Christoph Merian Stiftung.

 


 
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2016


(im)mobile
Exhibition: March 6  -  May 15, 2016
 

ARTISTS
Edith Flückiger (Switzerland)
Germaine Koh (Canada)


CURATORS
Mireille Bourgeois, IOTA
Chantal Molleur, WHITEFRAME

EXHIBITION PARTNER
HAUS FÜR KUNST URI, Altdorf, Switzerland
Director/Curator: Barbara Zürcher


E-PUBLICATION OF THE EXHIBITION
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We were delighted to bring to Switzerland from Canada the (im)mobile exhibition showcasing the works of Swiss artist Edith Flückiger and Canadian artist Germaine Koh. (im)mobile was originally presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2014. The two artists in (im)mobile presented conceptual artwork, made up of electronic installation, video, digital text pieces in a conversation surrounding mobility and stillness. New works from both artists were included in this Swiss exhibition. 

Following their Halifax residency in 2013, the two artists created the collaborative mapping game Tracing Tracks part of the Canadian exhibition project available online at http://tracingtracks.com/.

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from the Mobiliar Genossenschaft, Casimir Eigensatz Stiftung, Dr. Georg und Josi Guggenheim Stiftung, Stadt Luzern FUKA-Fonds and the Canadian Council for the Arts.

Media coverage - reviews
'Edith Flueckiger, Germaine Koh', Hinweise, Kunstbulletin, Nr.5, Mai, 2016
'Eintauchen in einen surrealen Zauberwald', Kurt Beck, Neue Luzerner Zeitung Online, 10. März 2016
'Bewegt im Stillstand - stille Bewegung' von Angela Nyffeler, Zentralschweizer Kulturkalender, Nr 4, April 2016
'Haus Für Kunst Uri - Ausstellung (im)mobile', Filmbeitrag von Isabel Bures
'Anregung zum Nachdenken über Bewegung und Raum' Franka Kruse, Urnerwochenblatt, 5. März, 2016
'Kunst baut Brücke bis Kanada', Anian Heierli, Neue Urner Zeitung Online, 4. März 2016
'Mit Kunst zum Nachdenken' von Markus Zwyssig, Neue Urner Zeitung, 26.04.2016


RENDERING TIME
Hamburg, GermanyApril 14, 2016 - 19:00 to 23:00
Basel, Switzerland: April 17, 2016 - 15:00 to 21:00                       

CURATORIAL PARTNERS
Petunia Alves, Groupe Intervention Vidéo
Chris Regn, bildwechsel
Chantal Molleur, White Frame

SCREENING PARTNERS
Neues kino Basel
Metropolis Kino Hamburg

DETAILED PROGRAMS
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SELECTION OF THE SWISS PROGRAM ON VIMEO FOR 168 HOURS
April 17 - May 2, 2016

White Frame (Basel), Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV, Montreal) and Bildwechsel (Hamburg) joined forces to present Rendering Time. The project was an initiative from White Frame who wished to underline the 50th anniversary of women’s suffrage introduced in Basel on June 26th, 1966. This one-day event saluted through five curated programs the contribution of women’s artists subversiveness of convention of norms and forms, challenging themselves and expanding our viewer experience.

Furthermore, we highlighted the continuous work of two organisations: Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV) and Bildwechsel dedicated to present a panoramic view of women’s artists working in the media arts. The event was presented in Basel with the partnership of Neues Kino and in Hamburg with Metropolis Kino

The Swiss program of Rendering Time included videos by the following artists from Basel: Ariane Angereggen, Anne Hody, Sandra Knecht, Florine Leoni, Barbara Naegelin, Sonja Feldmeier, Bettina Grossenbacher, Esther Hunziker, Muriel Kunz, Muda Mathis/Sus Zwick/Fränzi Madörin, Hildegard Spielhofer, Lena Maria Thüring and Käthe Walser.

The Canadian program encompassed 3 curated programs. The first program curated by Nicole Gingras called Witnesses presented the following artists: Louise Gendron, Tamara Vukov, Gabriela Golder, Lamathilde, Petunia Alves, Byol - Nathalie Kimura-Lemoine, Kinga Araya, Nikki Forrest, Jackie Gallant and Anne Golden.

The second program curated by Dayna McLeod called Gestures of performativity presented the following artists: Sabrina Ratté, Kim Kielhofner, Lamathilde, Eugenie Cliche, Ilse Gassinger, Élaine Frigon, Karen Trask, Victoria Stanton, Ines Szigety, Nikki Forrest, Sojin Chun, Larose S. Larose, Sheena Hoszko, Byol - Nathalie Kimura-Lemoine and Coral Short.

The third program curated by Cheryl Sim called Piercing Sideways presented the following artists: Claudia Del Fierro, Dana Inkster, Sojin Chun, Tran T. Kim Trang, Byol - Nathalie Kimura-Lemoine, Dayna McLeod, Myriam Jacob-Allard and Michelle Smith.

The German program completed the Rendering Time screenings. Chris Regn introduced Bildwechsel with fragments from the following artists: durbahn, video letters of different artists and activists, Chris Regn and Andrea Saemann.

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from Kanton Basel-Stadt, the Mary & Ewald E. Bertschmann-Stiftung and the Canada Council for the Arts.


2015

 

Infinite Singularities
Solo exhibition of Edith Flückiger
 

Opening: January 29th, 2015 at 6pm
Exhibition: January 30th to February 28th, 2015

Artist talk: February 19th, 2015 with art historian Irene Müller
Launch of E-print with texts by Isabel Fluri and Chantal Molleur: February 19th, 2015

CURATOR
Chantal Molleur, White Frame 

EXHIBITION PARTNER
Stadtgalerie Bern, Switzerland


White Frame presented a solo exhibition showcasing new installations by Swiss artist Edith Flückiger. Infinite Singularities brought together works dealing with the significance of time, space, our existence and the fragility of our conscious experiences. 

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from the Burgergemeinde BernKanton BernStadt Bernthe Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation, the FUKA-Fonds Stadt Luzern and the Ernst Göhner Stiftung.

Reviews
Kunstbulletin 3/2015 _  "Bern, Luzern : Edith Flückiger - Stete Ver(un)sicherungen der eigenen Präsenz"
Berner KulturAgenda


2014

 

Frenetic Standstill
solo exhibition of Max Philipp Schmid
 

Opening: December 4th, 2014
Exhibition: December 5th, 2014 to January 5th, 2015

CURATOR
Chantal Molleur, White Frame

EXHIBITION PARTNER
Corfu Art Gallery, Greece

COLLABORATIVE PARTNER
Research laboratory "Interactive Arts"
Department of Audiovisual Arts
Ionian University
Corfu, Greece

 

Max Philipp Schmid's artistic results can be read and interpreted within the two principles found in the theme of Frenetic Standstill. Schmid seems to question our human fascination with controlling time, with trying to take apart time's continuity and reconstruct a time scale. He is able through his technical manipulation of the medium, to go beyond the simple representation of a moment, and time almost stands still. He slows our gaze and for a brief moment, we are almost able to catch the unattainable. At the same time, we are reminded, through his manipulated attempts in his reenactments and found footage material, that causality remains unchanged.

Frenetic Standstill encompassed three video installations; Wald (Forest 2007)Der Wanderer (The Wanderer 2007) and Das Gespenst des Glücks (The Ghost of Happiness 2011). The curatorial line of this exhibition drew from a common denominator found in these installations: the gap between our frenetic wishes to 'get there' and our struggles to achieve something desired, promised, or predicted.

Available: exhibition text by Chantal Molleur. 

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from the Kanton Basel-Landschaft and Kanton Basel-Stadt.

Reviews
http://www.artcorfu.com
http://www.corfupress.com
http://www.kunstbulletin.ch
http://inarts.eu/gr//news/15
http://avarts.ionio.gr/gr/news/6444/


(im)mobile
Opening: October 16th, 2014
Exhibition: October 17th to November 30th, 2014

 

ARTISTS
Edith Flückiger
Germaine Koh

CURATORS
Mireille Bourgeois, independent curator
Chantal Molleur, White Frame


EXHIBITION PARTNER
Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Canada

PRODUCTION PARTNER
Centre for Art Tapes, Halifax, Canada
www.cfat.ca/

The two artists in (im)mobile presented conceptual artwork, made up of electronic installations, video, and digital text pieces in conversation surrounding mobility and stillness. 

Available: E-catalogue with a curatorial text by Mireille Bourgeois and Chantal Molleur. Other writers: Jonathan Shaughnessy and Susann Wintsch.  


This project was made possible thanks to financial support from the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, the Canadian Council for the Arts, the Nova Scotia Arts Council and the Honorary Consul of Switzerland in Halifax.

Reviews
http://artgallery.dal.ca/publications/index.html
http://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/fall-arts-preview-2014
http://allevents.in/halifax/immobile-edith-fluckiekiger-and 
germaine-koh
http://www.akimbo.ca
http://cfat.ca/news/tracing-tracks-online-launch/
http://www.thecoast.ca/halifax/tracing-tracks/Event?oid=4437542
http://cfat.ca/news/immobile-residency-talk


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Special Swiss Focus
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'The Representative"
a video installation by Philipp Gasser

 

Opening: March 5th, 2014
Finissage: March 29th, 2014
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Les «mousquetaires de l’invisible»
March 26th, 2014, Program 1
March 27th, 2014, Program 2

ARTISTS: Judith Albert, Emmanuelle Antille, Peter Aerschmann, René Bauermeister, Christoph Oertli,Collectif Fact, Edith Flückiger, Alexander Hahn, Ralph Kühne, Muriel Künz, Muda Mathis, Gérald Minkoff,Yves Netzhammer, Jean Otth, Elodie Pong, Pipilotti Rist, Max Philipp Schmid and Roman Signer.

CURATOR
Chantal Molleur, White Frame

FESTIVAL PARTNER
International Festival of Films on Art, Montreal, Canada

Switzerland was a guest at the 32st edition of the International Festival of Films on Art. Chantal Molleur was invited to present two Swiss video art programs to mark the 50th anniversary of video art. She also presented two video installations by Swiss artist Philipp Gasser. The Representative, 2013, along with his 2011 video installation Coming and Going, which were both exhibited at the Espace Culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme at the Place des Arts in Montreal.

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from the Kanton Basel-Landschaft, Pro Helvetia and Swissfilms.

Reviews
http://placedesarts.com/shows/13420/zon-arts.en.html
http://patwhite.com/node/17307
http://cultmontreal.com/2014/02/heres-whats-on-at-this-years-art-film-fest/
http://www.swissfilms.ch/de/events_programmes/programmes/-/id_programms/171
https://soundcloud.com/nancygraves/xxfiles-episode-april-2nd


2013

 

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"The Ghost of Happiness"
a video installation by Max Philipp Schmid
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Les "mousquetaires de l’invisible" - 50 years of Swiss Video Art


ARTISTS:  René BauermeisterEdith FlückigerAlexander HahnRalph KühneMuda MathisGérald MinkoffJean OtthElodie PongPipilotti RistMax Philipp Schmid and Roman Signer.

CURATOR
Chantal Molleur, White Frame

EXHIBITION PARTNER
Instants Vidéo Numériques et Poétiques, Marseille, France

White Frame was guest at Les Instants Vidéos Numériques et Poétiques, with a Swiss video program marking the 50th anniversary
of video art, along with the exhibition of the video installation The Ghost of Happiness by Swiss artist Max Philipp Schmid. 
The program and the installation were presented at la Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille during the 26th edition of the festival in November 2013.

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from Kanton Basel-Stadt, Kanton Basel-Landschaft and Pro Helvetia.

Reviews
http://www.scribd.com
http://www.lafriche.org
http://www.visualcontainer.org
http://www.digitalarti.com/fr/blog/instantsvideo/samedi_9_novembre_les_50_ans_darts


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Swiss Special Focus

ARTISTS AND FILMMAKERS: Sonja Feldmeier, Edith Flückiger, Michael Frei, Fabio Friedli, Marianne Halter, Susanne HoferRalph KühneMuriel Kunz, Barbara Naegelin, Christoph Oertli, Elodie Pong, Max Philipp Schmid, Raphael Sommerhalder and Claudia Willke.

CURATORS
Chantal Molleur, White Frame
Stella Händler, Freihändler

FESTIVAL PARTNER
Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film, Durham, Canada
Durham Art Gallery, Durham, Canada

White Frame was guest at The Fabulous Festival of Fringe Film to present a special Swiss focus with two film and video programs,
along with the presentation of the installation The Ghost of Happiness by Swiss artist Max Philipp Schmid.

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from Kanton Basel-Landschaft and Pro Helvetia.

REVIEWS
http://www.fabfilmfest.ca/film2013/ghost.html
http://www.fabfilmfest.ca/film2013/swissshorts.html
http://www.akimbo.ca/akimbos/?id=57872
http://www.owensoundsuntimes.com


2012

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Les mousquetaires de l’invisible -
Surveying 50 years of Swiss video art history

 


WRITER
Chantal Molleur, White Frame

ONLINE PARTNER
Neuland Magazine


René Berger affectionately called the pioneers of video art in Switzerland "Les mousquetaires de l'invisible." 
This was the first generation: Muriel Olesen, Gérald Minkoff, René Bauermeister, Janos Urban and John Otth,
from the French part of Switzerland. Neuland Magazine invited Chantal Molleur to tell us more in its April edition.


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Max Philipp Schmid, a video retrospective

CURATORS
Marc Mercier, Instants Vidéo Numériques et Poétiques
Chantal Molleur, White Frame

FESTIVAL PARTNER

Instants Vidéo Numériques et Poétiques, Marseille, France

At Instants Vidéo Numériques et Poétiques, White Frame showed retrospective of the video works of Swiss artist Max Philipp Schmid. The program was presented at la Friche Belle de Mai in Marseille during the 25th edition of the festival on November 9th, 2013.

This project was made possible thanks to financial support from Pro Helvetia.


 
 
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texts/eprints/programs


RENDERING TIME SCREENINGS PROGRAM
White Frame (Basel), Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV, Montreal) and Bildwechsel (Hamburg) 



(IM)MOBILE Switzerland exhibition E-Publication
EDITH FLÜCKIGER (CH) AND GERMAINE KOH (CDN)
With texts from Mireille Bourgeois and Chantal Molleur, Jonathan Shaughnessy and Susann Wintsch


(IM)MOBILE Canada exhibition E-Publication
EDITH FLÜCKIGER (CH) AND GERMAINE KOH (CDN)
With texts from Mireille Bourgeois and Chantal Molleur, Jonathan Shaughnessy and Susann Wintsch



INFINITE SINGULARITIES exhibition E-Publication
SOLO EXHIBITION OF EDITH FLÜCKIGER
With texts from Isabel Fluri and Chantal Molleur,
photos by Dominique Uldry. 



FRENETIC STANDSTILL exhibition curatorial text
SOLO EXHIBITION OF  MAX PHILIPP SCHMID



SURVOL DE 50 ANS D'HISTOIRE DE L'ART VIDÉO SUISSE
LES MOUSQUETAIRES DE L'INVISIBLE

LIGEIA - DOSSIER SUR L'ART VIDÉO
Text by Chantal Molleur


SPECIAL SWISS FOCUS
THE FABULOUS FESTIVAL OF FRIGE FILM
Introductory text by Stella Händler and Chantal Molleur



ON SWISS VIDEO ART
PUBLISHED IN CONTEMPORARY ART & INVESTMENT
HONG KONG, CHINA
Text by Chantal Molleur


 
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The Nightlight Screenings
August 19, 2016 - 20:00 to 23:00
Garden of the Christoph Merian Stiftung
St. Alban-Vorstadt 5, Basel
 

The Compiler Screenings
December 2, 2016 - 18:00 to 22:30
Stadtkino Basel
Klostergasse 5, Basel

 

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contact

W H I T E F R A M E
Gärtnerstrasse, 50
4057-Basel
Switzerland

e-mail:   molleur@whiteframe.ch
mobile:  +41 76 330 7240
skype:     cmolleur

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