Excerpts of texts by psychoanalyst Marion Milner (1900-1998) on concentration, the body, repetition, daydreaming and open-ended time as conditions for creation are read and reflected upon by different artists. These voices and the silences in between them - images of a seascape in Norway and of the artists' workspaces, as well as sounds at and near the Norwegian coast - create parallel spaces, each following their own rhythm. The resulting experience of time resonates with Milner's idea of leisure: not a moment opposed to work, but a time allowing us to perceive and think freely without an immediate objective.
Musée de la danse Rennes (FR), Dec 10-11, 2016 Cinematek Brussel (BE), Dec 1, 2016 ‚Äî 19:00 Gallery MeetFactory Prague (CZ), Nov 24, 2016 - Jan 8, 2017 Jan MotBrussel (BE), Nov 3 - Dec 17, 2016 Doclisboa Lissabon (PT), Oct 22-24, 2016 BFI Film Festival London (GB), Oct 15, 2016 CAST Helston (GB), Sep 30, 2016 FIDMarseille (FR), Jul 14-17, 2016 Secession Vienna (AT), Jul 1 - Aug 28, 2016 Cubitt London (GB), Jun 16 - Jul 24, 2016
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the Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Trondheim Faculty of Fine Art, The Norwegian Artistic Research Programme, Vienna Secession, Herculeslab - KASK School of Arts