Trondheim Open

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Kantinekino presenterer: PAARA

  Stillbilde fra filmen " PAARA " av Goutam Ghosh/Jason Havneraas

Stillbilde fra filmen "PAARA" av Goutam Ghosh/Jason Havneraas

Under Trondheim Open 2018 vil Kantinekino presentere PAARA – En film av Goutam Ghosh og Jason Havneraas, i Cinematekets lokaler. “En nitti år gammel, distré magiker ser tilbake på livet sitt, ute av stand til å skille mellom minner fra magien og minner fra virkeligheten.”

Goutam Ghosh og Jason Havneraas begynte å jobbe med PAARA i 2015, brakt sammen av deres felles interesse for motsetningene mellom humanisme og mystisisme. PAARA er filmet i Mahuadanr, Jharkhand, India i 2017, og er deres første kortfilm.

Kantinekino har siden 2015 avholdt visninger av videokunst på RAKE Arbeidsfellesskap, og drives i dag av Tobias Liljedahl og Lena Katrine Sokki. En viktig del av visningene er serveringen av et forseggjort måltid til gruppen av besøkende. For Trondheim Open 2018 er de nederlandske kunstnerne Martinus Suijkerbuijk og Inge Coenraads invitert til å utforme måltidet.

Cinemateket
Kjøpmannsgata 48

1. November Kl 19

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Canteen Cinema

Kantinekino presents PAARA - a film by Goutam Ghosh and Jason Havneraas. “A 90 year old, absent-minded magician is looking back at his life, unable to separate between memories from magic and memories from reality.”

Ghoutam Ghosh and Jason Havneraas started working on PAARA in 2015, brought together by a common interest in the conflicts between humanism and mysticism. PAARA is filmed in Mahuadanr, Jharkhand, India in 2017 and is their first short film. Jason Havneraas will be present at the Kantinekino screening and the following dinner.

Since 2015, Kantinekino has organized screenings of video art at RAKE arbeidsfellesskap, and is run by Tobias Liljedahl and Lena Katrine Sokki. An important part of the event is the creation of an elaborate meal served to the audience, and the presence of the artist at the screening as well as the following dinner. For Trondheim Open 2018, the dutch artists Inge Coenraads and Martinus Suijkerbuijk has been invited to the design and prepare a contextual dinner for the evening. After the screening at Cinemateket, we will move together to Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst were the dinner will be served.

This event is realized with the generous support of Trondheim Open 2018, Trøndelag Senter for Samtidskunst and Cinemateket. It is produced in collaboration with Inge Coenraads, Martinus Suijkerbuijk, Agnieszka Foltyn and Bella da Silva Buxbom.

Goutam Ghosh (b. 1979, Nabadwip, India) lives and works in Santiniketan, India and Oslo, Norway. His practice spans drawing, painting and 16mm film. In his work, he uses concepts of energy and movement borrowed from geo- and biotechnics to trace governing mechanisms in himself and others. Ghosh holds an MFA from the Oslo Academy of the Arts and has participated in numerous exhibitions internationally.

Jason Havneraas (b. 1978, Aberdeen, Skottland) lives and works in Oslo, Norway. Through photography, film and video, he focuses on interpersonal relations, and the systems of belief that make them possible. Havneraas holds an MFA from the Oslo Academy of the Arts and has exhibited extensively in Norway and abroad.

There's a limited number of seats for the event. Tickets are available here: 
https://kantinekino.hoopla.no/sales/trondheimopen2018

When you’ve bought a ticket, please send an email to liljedahlt@gmail.com and tell us if you have any allergies and/or food preferences.