L'huitre et l'éponge - guided tour, 19 Sept - 25 Oct 2020
From the metaphor of the sponge and the oyster (which in reality are both filtering animals), different creators will be asked by the creative house le CORRIDOR to question and artistically activate this concept of filtering: what do we pay attention to? What do we choose to keep, eliminate or ignore in what passes through us? Am I rather a fishing net that catches only what it likes? A water treatment plant that blocks what it doesn’t like? Or a filter that lets things flow through while trying to bend them towards anything that promotes life?
Staycation in Brussels: 27, 28, 29 AUGUST 2020
The artist collective After Howl invites you to join them in their studio in Rue Vanderstraeten, where you can watch Sarah Vanagt's film in which children from Brussels, Sarajevo and Athens predict the future. Here you can enjoy colorful fruit salads and tasty juices. Artist Nina de Vroome will lead you to make your own paper collages with flowers that she provides for you or with family photos that you have brought yourself.
Divinations at IFFR Rotterdam: 22 January - 2 February 2020
screenings on Sunday 26 January, 2 pm and on Saturday 1 February, 2 pm
'Dust Breeding', festival Images et Justice, Rennes, France
Le festival a pour essence d’interroger la justice par le biais du cinéma documentaire, en créant un espace de dialogue entre cinéastes, professionnels de la justice et citoyens. Militant, il s’appuie avant tout sur l‘émotion suscitée par les images du cinéma pour rendre ainsi plus accessible les questions thématiques de justice.
DIVINATIONS at BAFF, Brussels,
Brussels Art Film Festival //
ISELP, Sunday 17 November 2019 at 14:00
CINEMATEK, Sunday 17 November 2019 at 18:00
Every Tear at Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt - 24 August 2019
Alle de Tranen / Toute larme / Every Tear is part of the festival Les Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, which takes place at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin from 20 August until 25 August.
The Corridor at Full Moon in Amsterdam, 16 July 2019
FULL MOON is a bi-monthly evening, during which curators Marian Cousijn and Robbie Schweiger show video art at FC Hyena’s ultra-comfy setting. Because let’s be honest: in a museum or gallery, you don’t always have the time to watch all video works from beginning to end. So swap that uncomfortable gallery bench and those greasy headphones for soft pillows, a glass of nice wine and a bite, and enjoy video art at the cinema!
Avant-première DIVINATIONS, 3 April, Courtisane Ghent
Divinations (avant-première) and Little Figures (2003) will be shown at the opening night of the film festival Courtisane in Ghent.
3 April 2019, 20:00
Venue: Minard, Ghent
Every Tear, Tartu World Film Festival, 19 March 2019
Every Tear is part of the Tartu World Film Festival in Estonia.
Venue: Estonian National Museum, 10 March 201ç, 15:15
Every Tear, Rencontres Internationales Paris-Berlin, 9 March 2019
The film "Alle de Tranen / Toute larme / Every Tear" is part of the festival Rencontres Internationales Paris / Berlin.
Venue: Auditorium du Louvre, 9 March, 4 pm
Begin Began Begun, MACRO Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma, 19-24 February 2019
Argos presents works from its collection in MACRO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome.
Works by: Roy Villevoye, Voice-Over, 21'18, 2014.
Edurne Rubio, OJO GUAREÑA, 55'09, 2018.
Sarah Vanagt, Begin Began Begun, 37'57, 2005.
Lazara Rosell Albear, Yoko Osha, 40', 2014.
Anne Reijniers & Rob Jacobs, Échangeur, 33'10, 2016.
An van Dienderen, LILI, 12', 2015.
SWEET 16 - KANAL / CINEMATEK - 9 FEBRUARY 2019
CINEMATEK disposes of an extraordinary collection of 23.000 16mm films, including unique prints, documentaries, classics, avant-garde and militant films. Once a month, we present the special SWEET16 event, an experimental performative tribute to 16mm.
In February, Sweet 16 proudly unfolds its chairs and activates its projector to welcome Sarah Vanagt's carte blanche made up of CINEMATEK's large 16 mm collection. The Belgian artist and filmmaker investigates the work of artists who take a particular look at photography, such as Agnès Varda. An exploration which resonates with Sarah Vanagt's collective exhibition LOOK AT ME, to be discovered until 28.04 at Argos.
Still holding still at ARGOS (27/1 - 28/4/2019)
LOOK AT ME
Group exhibition with works by Marie-Noëlle Boutin, Dirk Braeckman, André Cepeda, Nicolas Dufranne, Frédéric Gaillard, Philippe Herbet, Esther Johnson, Jacques Lennep, Chantal Maes, Valérie Mannaerts, Angel Marcos, Hans Op de Beeck, Ria Pacquée, Shelly Silver, Sarah Vanagt, Andreas Weinand.
Installation PLAKFILM at City:Land festival, 9-13 October 2018
With a role of tape and a magic lantern, the children in PLAKFILM gauge the turbulence of our age. They roll out transparent tape in the streets where they grew up. When they strip the tape away, an imprint of the city comes with it: dust, sand, candy wrappers, insects, glass, bits of fluff… The strips of tape thus form an ultra-realistic diary that is brought to life using an old magic lantern. Can all these forms and images help us to predict the future?
The installation Plakfilm is part of the festival CITY:LAND (Kaaitheater).
Films by Sarah Vanagt at CASA ENCENDIDA, Madrid - 24 October 2018
Screening of "Jongen een trap afdalend", "Begin Began Begun", "The Wave" and "Little Figures".
'The Wave' - Histories of a picture to come, Argos, Brussels, 23/9 - 23/12/2018
'The Wave' is part of the group exhibition "Histories of a picture to come" at Argos, centre for art and media in Brussels.
With works by Robert Capa, Sirah Foighel Brutmann & Eitan Efrat, Mekhitar Garabedian, Alfredo Jaar, Robert Lebeck, Xavier Lukomski, Miguel Peres dos Santos, Hermann Pitz, Marc Riboud, Walid Ra'ad, Sarah Vanagt & Katrien Vermeire, Roy Villevoye.
'Every Tear' selected for Jean Rouch International Film Festival (Paris, 2-10 November 2018)
'Alle de tranen / Toute larme / Every Tear' is part of the international competition.
Musee de l'Homme, Paris
2-10 November 2019
The Wave -- National Museum Szczecin (Poland) : October 16, 2018
The film THE WAVE will be screened as part of the accompanying program to the exhibition "Postbellum. What Do Winners Leave Unsaid?" (11/9/2018 - 2/12/2°18) in the National Museum in Szczecin.
'First Elections' - Festival de Cinéma de Douarnenez, 17-25 August 2018
'First Elections' is part of an extensive selection of films focusing on Congolese cinema.
AfricaMuseum - EgmontPalace, 23 July - 31 August 2018
The exhibition “AfricaMuseum@EgmontPalace” will bring collection pieces of the museum into dialogue with contemporary art works. The participating artists include Sammy Baloji, Chéri Chérin, Iviart Izamba Zi Kianda, Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga, Pauline M’barek, Aimé Mpane, Voania Muba, Aimé Ntakiyica, Chéri Samba, Sarah Vanagt and Maarten Vanden Eynde.
ALLE DE TRANEN at Visions du Réel (13-21 April 2018)
International Première of the short film 'Alle de tranen / Toute larme / Every Tear'.
Screenings: Monday 16 April at 21:15 and Tuesday 17 April at 12:15
FRAME PAUSE PLAY exhibition (17 March - 29 April 2018)
with works by Hans Op de Beeck, Dries Depoorter, Nick Proot, David Blandy, Marie Cloquet, Marc De Blieck en Sarah Vanagt
MARDI DU MUSEE (3 films by Sarah Vanagt), Musée Juif de Belgique, 27/02/2018
Screening of the short films 'Hospitality to strangers', 'In Waking Hours', and 'Still holding still' at 12:30 (lunch time), in the Jewish Museum of Brussels.
Musée Juif de Belgique,
rue des Minimes 21, 1000 Bruxelles
Belgian avant-premiere of 'Alle de Tranen / Toute larme / Every Tear' - 11 January 2018
Sarah Vanagt's latest film "Every Tear" will have its Belgian avant-première at CINEMATEK, Brussels
Still holding still at the Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo
Dates: 16 September - 28 September 2017
Venues: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] & Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery
Still holding still at International Intangible Heritage Film Festival, South Korea
The film Still holding still will be shown at the International Intangible Heritage Film Festival in Jeonju City, South Korea (August 31 - September 3, 2017)
'Little Figures' - Transmediale Berlin, 4 Feb 2017
Special screening program 'Soul of Things' at the Transmediale.
With works by Louis Henderson, Sita Scherer, Shambhavi Kaul, Ramin Bahrani & Sarah Vanagt
"Showfish" at Nuts & Bolts exhibition, IFFR Rotterdam
Exhibiting artists: Guillaume Bijl, Line Boogaerts, Jason Dee, Wim Janssen & Dušica Dražić, Honoré δ’O, Peter Kubelka, Andrew Lampert, Guy Maddin, Julien Maire, Serge Onnen, Mathijs van Oosterhoudt, Brothers Quay, Joost Rekveld, Teatro Dondolo, Sarah Vanagt, Floris Wanhoop. (curator Edwin Carels)
Artist Talk, Film Academy Amsterdam, 18 January 2017
When: Wednesday 18 January 2017, 19.30 - 22.00 uur
Where: Film Academy Cinema
1011 MV Amsterdam
New installation: Schijnvis / Showfish / Poisson Brillant - Muhka, Antwerp, 27 October - 16 November
With the help of a transparant fish egg, two cat's whiskers and a small piece of copper paper, Sarah Vanagt tries to recall some of the earliest microscopic images.
"Schijnvis / Showfish / Possion Brilliant" is a new installation consisting of five magic lantern projections & two video projections.
An evening with Sarah Vanagt - Cinema Zuid, Antwerp, 28 October 2016
Parallel to Vanagt's new installation "Schijnvis / Showfish / Poisson Brilliant" at M HKA (Museum of Contemporary Art in Antwerp), Cinema Zuid shows some of her recent films (in the presence of Sarah Vanagt).
Still holding still - Festival Jean Rouch, Paris, 6 November 2016
'Still holding still' was selected for the competition of the International Festival Jean Rouch in Paris. The screening takes place in Musée de l'Homme on 6 November 2016.
Still holding still - Zinebi, Bilbao, 17-25 November
'Still holding still' will be shown in Bilbao, at the International Festival of Documentary and Short Film ZINEBI.
The Corridor - Ljubljana, Cinematheque, 27 October 2016
SCCA-Ljubljana - Centre for Contemporary Arts invited Argos to present a screening program at the occasion of the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. The screening program highlights a selection of Belgian film and video productions created between 1969 and 2015. It presents the rich and original approaches of some of the most interesting Belgian artists and, at the same time, it gives an insight of the Argos collection.
Still holding still - Imagine Science Festival, New York
Sunday, October 16, 2015 | 1:00 PM
The New School | University Hall, L104
63 Fifth Avenue | New York, NY 10003
Biennale de l'Image Possible (BIP), Liège, 20 August - 16 October 2016
Participating artists: Richard Mosse, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques, Joanna Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Sarah Vanagt.
In Waking Hours - Festival of Ideas, University of Cambridge, 22 October 2016
Katrien Vanagt & Sarah Vanagt will present & discuss the film 'In Waking Hours' at the Festival of Ideas in Cambridge.
'The Wave' - Private Tag, Ostend, 18 Sept - 13 Nov 2016
The film "The Wave", co-directed by Katrien Vermeire & Sarah Vanagt, will be part of the exhibition Private Tag.
With works by Mira Albrecht, Nicolas Floc’h, Dolores Bouckaert, Fransje Killaars, Patrick Van Caeckenbergh, Heidi Voet, Katrien Vermeire, Maria Degrève, Sarah Vanagt, Bart Lodewijks, Gorod Ustinov, Shane Waltener, Performing Objects,…
Still holding Still in Italy, Kosovo and Paris
The short film 'Still holding still' has been selected for Concorto Film Festival in Pontenure, Italy (20-27 August 2016) &
Dokufest International Documentary Festival in Prizren, Kosovo (5 - 13 August 2016)
'The Wave' at LOOP festival, Barcelona, 26 May - 10 June 2016
'The Wave' is part of the group exhibition 'Without Pause, Dialogues'
26 May - 10 June 2016
Artists: María Ruido, Lúa Coderch, Jordi Cané, Raquel Friera, Patricia Dauder, Jordi Colomer, Sarah Vanagt & Katrien Vermeire, Ria Pacquée, Pieter Geenen, Els Opsomer, Elias Heuninck and Eleni Kamma
Curator: Imma Prieto
Venue: Reial Cercle Artístic
A project by LOOP BArcelona, Argos - Centre for art and media, Flanders Arts Institute and Flanders Image
'In Waking Hours' at Imagine Science Festival in Paris, 2-4 June 2016
This June, Imagine Science comes to France for the first edition of Imagine Science Paris, exploring the themes and innovations of artists, filmmakers, and scientists, as they blur the lines between science and art in their interrogation of the world around us.
The film "In Waking Hours" is part of a short film program called 'Laboratory Stories'
Friday, June 3, 6 PM | 18h00
'Money Exchange' / Black Market (Art Brussels, 20-24 April 2016)
The short video loop 'Money exchange' (a scene from Begin Began Begun) is part of a short film program curated by Aleppo.
Venue: Art Brussels, Sunday 20 April, 12:00
Still holding still at EMAF, Osnabrück, 24 April 2016
'Still holding still' (Dutch title: 'De Ontwaring') is selected for the European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, 20-24 April 2016
'In Waking Hours ' - Les Rencontres Internationales, Berlin, 15-20 March 2016
The next Les Rencontres Internationales in Berlin will be held on March 15-20, 2016, at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Premières, cartes blanches, special events, video programmes, performances, discussions...
'In Waking Hours' - Les Rencontres Internationales, Paris (12-17 January 2016)
'In Waking Hours' will be shown in Paris at Gaîté Lyrique on Sunday 17 January at 3 pm.
International premiere 'Still holding still' - IDFA Amsterdam
'Still holding still' is part of the Paradocs Section of this year's International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA), 18-29 November.
In Waking Hours, Filmer à Tout Prix, 5 - 15 November 2015
In Waking Hours is part of the Belgian competition (short films).
PREMIERE Still holding still (Dutch title: De Ontwaring) - Beursschouwburg, 22 October 2015
Premiere of the short film 'Still holding still', in combination with the short film 'In Waking Hours' at Beursschouwburg, Brussels.
22 October 2015
Gastvrijheid voor vreemdelingen, Musée d'Ixelles, Bruxelles
The short film ''Gastvrijheid voor vreemdelingen' is part of the exhibition Nervia / Leathem-Saint-Martin.
22 October 2015 - 17 January 2016
rue Jean Van Volsem 71
B - 1050 Bruxelles
In Waking Hours, Pravo Ljudski, Sarajevo, 11 - 16 November 2015
In Waking Hours will be part of the 10th Pravo Ljudski Film Festival in Sarajevo.
The Corridor, Viennale, Vienna, 22 October - 5 November 2015
The short film 'The Corridor' is part of the special program ANIMALS IN FILM during this year's Viennale.
In Waking Hours, Biennale de Lubumbashi, 9 October - 8 November 2015
Vitrine de la scène artistique de la RDC, la biennale de Lubumbashi rassemble des artistes contemporains congolais et internationaux.
Avec: Charif Benhelima, Frances Bodomo, Bakary Diallo, Jonathas de Andrade, Alfredo Jaar, Jean Katambayi, Richard Kaumba, Kapwani Kiwanga, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc, Gulda El Magambo, Michèle Magema, Eddy Masumbuku, Mega Mingiedi, Adrien Missika, Vitshois Mwilambwe, Mônica Nador, No Olho da Rua, Henrique Oliveira, Els Opsomer, Georges Senga, Pathy Tshindele, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Maarten Vanden Eynde, Sarah Vanagt, Costa Vece, Pecho Kamunga…
Curators: Toma Muteba Luntumbue, Daniella Géo
Open: 09/10 - 08/11/2015
Location: diverse locations throughout the city of Lubumbashi, D.R. Congo
In Waking Hours at 8th Imagine Science Festival, New York, 16-24 October
The 8th Imagine Science Film Festival takes place October 16 – 24, 2015.
The festival theme is “AIR”!
Air. Nitrogen, Oxygen, Argon, Carbon Dioxide. The substance that fills our lungs and fills the skies. The medium through which birds and airplanes glide, not to mention sound waves. Easy to overlook, impossible to live without. The 8th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival will focus on air in all its forms and meanings: respiration, aeronautics, the elemental composition of the atmosphere, weather, climate, sublimation, gas properties, the mechanics of sound, and all of the mundane and esoteric ways in which air touches everything in and beyond our world.
Each night of the festival moves to a different venue, circulating through the tri-state area with 116 short films and 10 features. We celebrate both scientific merit and visually engaging cinema with awards presented on closing night.
This year’s program was curated with a great deal of help from Bennett Glace, Ozge Calafato, and Maya Edelman.
Gastvrijheid voor Vreemdelingen, MSK (Museum Fine Arts), Gent
Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent.
15 September 2015 - 1 October 2015
In Waking Hours selected for Lo schermo dell'arte, Florence
17-22 November 2015
In Waking Hours selected for 25FPS International Experimental Film and Video Festival, Zagreb
The Festival takes place in Zagreb, Croatia, from 24-29 September 2015
In Waking Hours selected for EXiS Experimental Film and Video Festival, Seoul
EXiS Festival, Seoul, South Korea, 20-27 August 2015
New film 'Gastvrijheid voor vreemdelingen', Museum Singer, Laren , 16 June - 30 August 2015
Sarah Vanagt's latest silent short film 'Gastvrijheid voor vreemdelingen' (Hospitality to Strangers) will be first shown as part of the group exhibition 'Belgische Schone' in Museum Singer, Laren (The Netherlands). This exhibition is a collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent.
The film is inspired by a work with the same title by the Belgian painter Gustave Van de Woestyne (1881 - 1947).
Departures, Gravensteen, Ghent
The video-installation Ash Tree is part of the exhibition 'Departures'. Gravensteen, Ghent.
3 July - 4 October 2015
Mini-retrospective at the Cinematheque of Belgrade, 1-3 June 2015
On June 1, 2 and 3, Jugoslovenska Kinoteka in Belgrade will show an overview of the work of Sarah Vanagt.
The Wave - Cinema El Matadero, Madrid - 29 May 2015
Screening of The Wave + debate in the presence of historian Lore Colaert in Madrid.
Audience Award for "In Waking Hours" at IndieLisboa
Balthasar is happy to announce that "In Waking Hours" has been awarded the Audience Award at the film festival IndieLisboa.
Forthcoming screenings of 'In Waking Hours': European Media Art Festival (EMAF) & IndieLisboa
EMAF: 22-26 April 2015
IndieLisboa: 23 April - 3 May 2015
In Waking Hours - Courtisane Festival, Ghent, 1-5 April
'In Waking Hours' will be screened at Courtisane, as part of a selection of short films by Hollis Frampton, Anouk De Clercq, Ernie Gehr and Rebecca Baron.
Screening date: April 5
Venue: Sphinkx Cinema, Ghent
Time: 5.30 pm
Dust Breeding - Le Corridor, Liège - 17 Mars 2015
le corridor ouvre ses portes au groupe Fructis (ULg).
19h : projection du film Dust Breeding / Élevage de poussière de Sarah Vanagt.
20h : parlotte entre Elsa Maury, plasticienne et chercheuse en arts plastiques, la réalisatrice Sarah Vanagt et Elisabeth Claverie, anthropologue et sociologue, Directrice de recherches au CNRS.
In Waking Hours - Cinematek, Brussels, 12 March
Balthasar is happy to announce the Belgian première of the short film 'In Waking Hours', co-directed by Sarah Vanagt and her cousin Katrien Vanagt.
The screening is part of the special program DUO organised by Cinematek. After the screening Katrien and Sarah Vanagt will talk about the 17th century figure on whose writings the film is based, and about the making of the film itself.
They will then introduce their choice of 5 silent short films.
Be welcome - with live piano by Hughes Maréchal.
New Festival Selections for IN WAKING HOURS
The short film IN WAKING HOURS, which premiered at the IFFR in Rotterdam, has recently been selected for the following festivals:
- Ann Abor Film Festival
Screening of 'First Elections', Festival CONGOLISATION, Brussels, 17 Jan - 17 Feb
The short film 'First Elections' is screened at the Pianofabriek in Brussels on February 13 at 20:30
Première IN WAKING HOURS at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR)
IN WAKING HOURS, a short film directed by Sarah Vanagt and Katrien Vanagt, will be first shown in Rotterdam, as part of the short film selection, and as part of a solo exhibition.
'Jongen een trap afdalend', Mechelen, inauguration on 24 November 2014
The permanent art work 'Jongen een trap afdalend', consisting of 16 stills and a silent short film, will be inaugurated on November 24 in the parking space 'Parking Kathedraal', next to the city's cathedral Saint-Rumbald.
'Dust Breeding' at Zinebi Film Festival Bilbao, 14-21 November 2014
Zinebi Film Festival, Bilbao, 14-21 November
Festival Selection DUST BREEDING, Pravdo Ljudski, Sarajevo, 12-17 November 2014
Dust Breeding is selected for Pravo Ljudski Film Festival in Sarajevo (12-17 November)
Group Exhibition Costume Bureau, Tolhuistuin Amsterdam (Framer Framed)
The short video loop "History Lesson" is part of the exhibition Costume Bureau in Amsterdam
(foto: Rogier Fokke / Framer Framed)
Girl with a Fly & Jongen een trap afdalend at Cinematek, Brussels - a tribute to Sébastien Koeppel
The two short silent films "Girl with a Fly" & "Jongen een trap afdalend" were both filmed by Sébastien Koeppel in 2013.
Both films are part of a special program dedicated to the work of Sébastien at Cinematek, from 19/9 until 27/11/2014.
Festival Selection: DUST BREEDING, Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival BIEFF
11-15 December 2014
Festival Selection: DUST BREEDING, Festival Elles Tournent, Brussels
25-29 September 2014
Little Figures at ARGOS
Portrait of a City, Group Exhibition at ARGOS, Brussels.
With works by Justin Bennett, Franky D.C., Alexandra Dementieva, Simona Denicolai, Claire Fontaine, Hans Haacke, Emilio López-Menchero, Mara Montoya, Bernard Mulliez, Marie-Françoise Plissart, Ivo Provoost, Mira Sanders, Sarah Vanagt, Angel Vergara, Jan Vromman.
Sun 14.9.2014 - Sun 26.10.2014
11:00 - 18:00
Opening Saturday 13th September // 18:00 - 21:00
Festival Selection: Dust Breeding, Rencontres Internationales, Berlin
Festival selection: Rencontres Internationales Paris/Madrid/Berlin -- Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, 3 - 8 June 2014
Festival Selection: Dust Breeding, Rencontres Internationales, Paris
Festival Selection: Rencontres Internationales Paris/Madrid/Berlin - La Gaité Lyrique, Paris
Festival Selection: Dust Breeding, Film Society Lincoln Centre, New York
Art of the Real, Film Society Lincoln Centre, New York, 20 April 2014
Silent short film 'Girl with a fly' at the 5th Moscow Biennale
The silent short film 'Girl with a fly' is part of the 5th Moscow Biennale in September 2013.