Regina Hübner at FIAV Festival International d’Art Vidéo de Casablanca

The FIAV International Festival of Video Art Casablanca, on its 23rd edition, is organized by the Université Hassan II, the Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines Ben M’Sik and the Institut Français de Casablanca au Maroc. Artistic direction by Majid Seddati. FIAV is held in Casablanca, Morocco, 24 to 29 April 2017.
Regina Hübner stands for Austria beside 23 video-artists from 13 nations, as Algeria, Canada, Germany, Georgia, Great Britain, Greece, France, Iran, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco, Togo and United States, in the International Selection, with Carte Blanche by Mohamed Thara. Her videowork possibilities will be shown at L’Unzine Foundation Touria et Abdelaziz TAZI, Route de Rabat, Casablanca, Saturday 29 April at 3 pm.

possibilities is one of the earliest video-works by Regina Hübner, and since 1999 it has been exhibited in different ambientations, as at the MLAC Museum of Contemporary Art of the University La Sapienza Rome, the Austrian Cultural Forum Rome, the Kittredge Gallery Washington, the Claremont Gallery Los Angeles, the Jewett Arts Center Gallery Massachusetts and at the first edition of

The theme of possibilities is about the fact that telling and understanding depend on our status as subjects. It shows the image of a speaking mouth out of focus. The film is mute. Text lines on the borders are running as fast in opposite directions, as it is not possible to read the whole phrases. The observer’s eyes will focus on single words, extrapolating details from the context. The observer can see very well the movements of the lips while he cannot hear the pronounced words. What will the observer understand? I tell you something. You will understand something.

Regina Hübner is the performer of the film, speaking continuously for about 30 minutes and she is the author of the text possibilities in German, which runs in opposite directions, on the film’s borders.  possibilities, 1999/2017, digital colour video, mute, text animation, 28’40” real time (6’7″ excerpt).

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FIAV Festival International d’Art Vidéo de Casablanca – Sélection Internationale, Carte Blanche by Mohamed Thara

The International Selection, Carte Blanche by Mohamed Thara, shows 14 women artists and 9 men artists from 14 nations: Martin Beauregard (Canada), Virginie Terrasse (France), Dalila Dalléas (France, Algérie), Simo Ezoubeiri (Morocco, USA), Balbzioui Yassine (Morocco, France), Mohamed Thara (Morocco, France), Caroline Corbal (France), Jacques Perconte (France), Halida Boughriet (France, Algérie), Regina Hübner (Austria, Italy), Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani (Togo, Germany), Madiha Sebbani (Morocco), Soukaina Joual (Morocco), Irina Gabiani (Georgia, Luxembourg), Julie Chaffort (France), Haleh Jamali (Iran, UK), Marie Paule Bilger (France), Fenia Kotsopoulou (Greece, UK), Sarah Trouche (France), Michele Manzini & Valeria Lo Meo (Italy), Christophe Bisson (France), Simohammed Fettaka (Morocco).

Exhibitions of possibilities by Regina Hübner

2017 – FIAV International Festival of Video Art of Casablanca, organized by University Hassan II and Faculty of Arts and Humanities Ben M’Sik of Casablanca, with French Institute of Morocco and Foundation of France, curated by Mohamed Thara, artistic director Majid Seddati.

2003 –, Web, curated by Simonetta Lux. possibilities for luxflux nr. 1, videowork with text animation.

2001 – MLAC Museum of Contemporary Art of the University La Sapienza, Rome, Utilità di Sistema curated by Roberto Annecchini and Domenico Scudero. Antworten/answers, videoinstallation with text animation.

2001 – Austrian Cultural Forum, Rome, Italy. possibilities, private videoambientation.

2001 – MLAC Museum of Contemporary Art of the University La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, Musei Aperti a Porte Aperte curated by Simonetta Lux. Antworten/answers, videoinstallation with text animation.

2001 – Ex Convento di San Domenico, Molfetta, Italy, Il Mare Emancipazione e Redenzione, curated by Giacomo Zaza. Antworten/answers, videoinstallation with text animation.

2000 – Kittredge Gallery, Tacoma, Washington, USA, curated by Ruth Weisberg. possibilities, videoinstallation.

1999 – Liceo Artistico, Rome, Italy, Scuola aperta per Opening – Periodico d’arte contemporanea Roma curated by Patrizia Mania. Vielleicht/maybe, ambientation with video-, graphic- and light-projections, sound of seawaves.

1999 – Claremont Gallery, Los Angeles, USA, curated by Ruth Weisberg. possibilities, videoinstallation.

1999 – Jewett Arts Center Gallery, Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA. possibilities, videoinstallation.

Regina Hübner (Regina Huebner) – Biography, Exhibitions, Contacts

Regina Hübner was born in Villach, Austria. She lives in Villach and Rome, Italy.  In her artworks she uses experimental photography, video, sound, performance, ambientations, texts, subjects and objects.  Biography:

Exhibitions at ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany; MMKK Museum of Modern Art Carinthia, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria; EXPO 2015 Milano, Milan, Italy; IIC Italian Cultural Institute Vienna, Austria; Austrian Cultural Institute Rome and Milan, Italy; MLAC Museum of Contemporary Art of the University La Sapienza, Rome, Italy; State Archive Turin, Italy; Change + Partner Contemporary Art Rome and Bracciano, Italy; Polish Institute Rome, Italy; Cinecittà Studios Rome and The White Night Rome, Italy; The Temple Gallery Rome, Italy; Goethe Institut Rome, Galerie ak Frankfurt, Germany; The Claremont Gallery, Los Angeles, US; Sala 1 Centro Internazionale di Arti Contemporanee Rome, Italy; Kittredge Gallery Tacoma, US; Nuova Icona Venezia, Italy; Gallerie Freihausgasse, Villach, Austria; Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Detroit, US; Jewett Arts Center Gallery Massachusetts, US;; FulgorAzione Festival of Music and Arts, Capolona-Arezzo, Italy; Plymouth University, UK; FIVAC Festival, Camaguey, Cuba; FIAV Festival Casablanca, Morocco, a. o. Her artworks are present in private and public collections in Europe.

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Artistic collaborations with Roberto Annecchini, Fabio Ciafariello Ciardi, Marina Corona, Roberto Fabbriciani, Mayako Kubo, Luca Lombardi.  Symposia at the Austrian Cultural Institutes of Rome and Milan:

Texts by Roberto Annecchini, Simonetta Lux, Patrizia Mania, Gerhard Mumelter, Franz Niegelhell, Ludovico Pratesi, Arnulf Rohsmann, Harald Schwinger, Domenico Scudero, Carlo Sini, Christine Wetzlinger-Grundnig, Giacomo Zaza, a.o.

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Studies  1986-1990 Academy of Fine Arts Rome, Italy, Sculpture. 1985-1986 Academy of Fine Arts Carrara, Italy, Corso Libero del Nudo. 1985 Quarries of St. Margarethen, Austria, Workshop Sculpture. 1980-1985 Höhere Lehranstalt für Kunst und Design HTBLVA Ortweinschule Graz, Austria, Graphic-Design.

Exhibitions, since 2014

2017 – FulgorAzione Contemporary Arts, Capolona/Arezzo, Italy, curated by Roberto Fabbriciani. loving – il mondo, l’uomo, il tempo, videoambientation, sound, photoworks. Text regina hübner/ogni pensiero vola by Arnulf Rohsmann.

2017 – ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany, Artspace Tel Aviv, Israel, Plymouth University, GB, FIVAC Festival, Camaguey, Cuba for TIME is Love.10 curated by Kisito Assangni. loving, videoscreening.

2017 – Temple Gallery of Arts, Temple University, Rome. 50x50x50, curated by Shara Wasserman. reflection and absorption, object.

2016 – MMKK Carinthian Museum of Modern Art, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria, Regina Hübner time and person curated by Christine Wetzlinger-Grundnig. Video ambientation, music by Luca Lombardi. Text in catalogue regina hübner/zeit by Arnulf Rohsmann.

Events for time and person at MMKK Carinthian Museum of Modern Art:

regina spricht, dialogue between Arnulf Rohsmann and Regina Hübner, videoprojection and videoscreening.

stay connected – time and person, online-happening about time, person and simultaneity.

Die Flöte und das Bild – Roberto Fabbriciani. Hübner-Lombardi, performance Roberto Fabbriciani, music Luca Lombardi for time and person. Introduction Christine Wetzlinger-Grundnig, Luca Lombardi, Regina Hübner.

2016 – IIC Italian Cultural Institute, Auditorium Palais Sternberg, Vienna, Austria. temps – durée. Zeit, Dauer und Stillstand. Il tempo come distanza, il tempo come permanenza, projection of world I with Mare, happen and unhappen with Terra with compositions by Luca Lombardi, dialogue Arnulf Rohsmann, Luca Lombardi and Regina Hübner.

2016 – The Day of Contemporary Art, curated by AMACI Association of Italian Museums of Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy. healing at a forgotten place in Rome, openair videoprojection, object.

2015 – EXPO Milano 2015, Casa Corriere, Decumano, Milan, Italy, concept Francesca Balboni. time, videowalls.

2015 – The Day of Contemporary Art, curated by AMACI Association of Italian Museums of Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy. world I with Mare, openair videoinstallation, composition by Luca Lombardi, seaside during the sunset in Rome.

2015 – Biblioteca Angelica, Rome, Italy, First Edition of Oltre i libri: L’arte del presente incontra i libri del passato, curated by Isabella di Stefano. Winner with relationships and connecting times, videoscreening.

2014 – ERA, Palazzo delle Scienze, Rome, Italy. relationships, lavori e legami and relating and extending, photoworks, videoprojection and music performance by Silvia Sini and Stefano Traini.  2014 – Change + Partner Contemporary Art, Bracciano, Rome, Italy, organigramma x ontologia curated by Roberto Annecchini. connecting times, photowork, slide projection, ancient lace.

2014 – State Archives, Turin, Italy, L’arte guarda avanti Premio Terna 06, curated by Christiana Collu and Gianluca Marziani. Finalist with journey II, videoinstallation.

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