Milan events. Two Stories by Astrit Cani and Jean-Charles Hue

Milan events. Two Stories by Astrit Cani and Jean-Charles Hue
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Milan Events. Two Stories by Astrit Cani, Jean-Charles Hue. Gallery On The Move in collaboration with Bruno Muzzolini. Digital Video Course, Accademia di Brera, Milan. From November 4 to November 4, 2013, h 14.00.


Milan events. Two Stories by Astrit Cani and Jean-Charles Hue

Gallery On The Move in collaboration with Bruno Muzzolini presents “Two Stories”, a project which consists in an open lesson by Astrit Cani about an excursus on The Truth – English word, and the presentation of the film Un Ange by Jean-Charles Hue (…on the Dorkel’s grounds… a family of gypsy travelers… time goes by as always between thieving and poaching. Nothing would have changed for the eldest called Fred, if he hadn’t met an angel, his angel….), in the Course of Digital Video at the Accademia di Brera in Milan, kept by the teacher of this course Prof. Bruno Muzzolini. This project is proposed especially for students of the Accademia delle Belle Arti di Brera (during the Digital Video course) and will be presented by Bruno Muzzolini, Monday, November 4, 2013, 14:00 PM, in Hall 42, Accademia di Brera, via Brera 28, Milan.

 About Astrit Cani:

Astrit Cani born in 1982 in Shkodra. Lives and works in Milan. He is an albanian writer. Cani has studied literature and philosophy in Milan. He won his master’s degree in 2007 at the Università Statale di Milano. He has published three books of poems and one of essays. As a translator he has albanised works of Pessoa, Fante, Kafka, Benjamin, McCarthy, Mari, Debord, Proudhon, Nietzsche, Radiguet, Hugo, Aristotele, Cioran, Plath, Celan, Leibniz etc. Since 2008 he founded the review “Tregimet”, an antological riview, collecting short stories on a theme base.

 About Jean-Charles Hue:

Jean-Charles Hue born in 1968 in Eaubonne. Lives and works in Paris. He received his MFA from the Ecole nationale supérieure d’arts of Paris-Cergy in 2000 and was artist in résidence at the Villa Médicis Hors les Murs in Monterrey, Mexico in 2005. Hue’s work was nominated for the Gilles Dusein prize in 2003 and he received the award for best video at the LOOP Video Art Fair in Barcelona in 2006. The video Y’a plus d’os was shown in 2007 at the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Paris. In 2010, the Centre de Création Contemporaine in Tours showed Y’a pas de prévenance. He participated in the Hors Pistes project at the Centre Pompidou (2009, 2010). He is also a full-length film maker after Carne Viva 2008, The Lord’s Beemer (La BM du Seigneur). Capricci production was first shown at the Marseilles International Film Festival (FID) in 2010. Hue’s new full-length film Mange tes morts, Capricci production will be shown in 2014.

Special thanks to: Dora Garcia, Galerie Michel Rein.

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  • elizabeth solis ruz

    My husband and i were the subject of one of sean charles hue´s films made out here in tijuana and we were recently told he was looking for us now i dont know how likely this is to actually get to him but its wortyh a try

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