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HUMAN EMOTION PROJECT HEP2013

A global project generated by Alison Williams which screens international artists using film/video to interpret human emotion visually. Invited curators are responsible for selections from their screening country and collaboration is welcome.

Website: http://4art.com/group/humanemotionproject2010
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Latest Activity: Nov 11, 2013

Human Emotion Project - HEP

HEP 2013 - Global Non-profit Group will screen video and film visually saturated with human emotion in various screening venues this year. Join us if you are an artist committed to the human cause. Curators feel free to mail us if keen to collaborate or screen these works.

alison_oblivion@yahoo.com to make it happen

This year we will run with the theme "Love & hate" for all screenings. We kick off with the first in Portugal, further details to follow.

image courtesy of Lee Wells (still from "Riot Kids")

image courtesy of William Esdale (still from his new work "Belfast")

HUMAN EMOTION PROJECT

ONLY FOR VIDEO/FILM that interprets human emotion- IF YOU WANT TO JOIN PLEASE SEND ME AN EMAIL WITH A LINK TO YOUR WORK ONLINE to alison_oblivion@yahoo.com

IF you would like to screen with us the HEP group in any of the venues, if you have film, video you would like to submit please EMAIL ME FIRST alison_oblivion@yahoo.com
with a preview link to your works, website etc

Human Emotion Project remains neutral, hence allowing artists from very different cultural backgrounds to screen side by side - with more freedom to screen globally without constraints. HEP will not be used as a forum for any political reasons/ discussions/ other projects(personal projects) / or acts and debates not conducive to pure HEP ART screenings and without prejudice towards any other party/country. As I am liable for HEP globally please respect this or do not screen with us.

Human Emotion Project has always been about sharing - about reaching out and the power of collaboration, crossing borders by means of art. HEP has relied mostly  on technology to traverse the globe and bring talented artists together - finding venues by mutual participation. Without any costs to the artists involved - no fees requested and no financial gain whatsoever by HEP or any of the curators that run HEP screenings. HEP screens cross culturally - we have artists from different religions, viewpoints, political standings, all working side by side in harmony and we present their different opinions and ways of expressing art to you.

HEP is about emotion - and we show it ! Yes we do - feel free to join us and support our group or simply follow our screenings. We will post clips and excerpts of the screenings as we produce them per screening venue.

 

You are most welcome

 

A special thank you to the beautiful bunch of artists that walk beside me on this HEP journey , let's see how much further we can get HEP to travel ! Your support is much appreciated !


thank you


Alison Williams - HEP Founder, Director, Curator


Current images used courtesy of William Esdale (HEP Logo 2013 a still from his latest work "Belfast") and Lee Wells (info banner on HEP Love & Hate, a still taken from his work "Riot Kids")


HEP screenings to date:

HEP2013 London "Love & hate" will screen at Artreview 19 November at

7pm Screening a selection of artists from the project. 1 Honduras St London EC1Y OTH +44(0)20 7014 8054

Curated by Alison Williams(RSA)

HEP representatives/assisted by William & Louis Esdale (UK)

A special thank you to Allen Fisher (Petra Polic ex AR) and all the artists that form a part of Human Emotion Project

HEP 2013 collaboration with FONLAD Online Festival Portugal - a massive thank you to José Vieira for working with HEP artists and making this happen. 27 April - 6 July Portugal

Invited curators:
Alison Williams (SA), Agricola de Cologne (De), Anders Weberg (Nw), David Etxeberria (Pt), David R Burns (USA), Enrico Tomaselli (It), Maria Bourika (Gr), Mario Gutiérrex Cru (Es), Silvio de Gracia (Ar)
Partners:
Alliance Française de Coimbra (Pt), Line Up Action (Pt), ESAD (Pt), Carbondale University (USA), AIVA (Sw), Cologne OFF (De), MIDEN (Gr), Magmart (It), Proyector (Es), HEP (SA), Videoplay (Ar), UAVM Virtual Museum, Web Art Center
Organização: Ass. IC Zero, Videolab, TdCThanks HEP project artists for your great work


HEP Mexico 2012 - 28th april with the 4th program, in Ciudadela Cinema, Mexico City.
Then HEP 2012 participates in the very special evening of Bataclán International Festival introducing our selected screenings and some live acts. Next date screenings are: 19th of may (program 1), 26th of May (program 2) and 2nd of June (program 3)....
A special thank you to Chris Miller (Pinkscreens Film Festival Curator), Víctor Martínez and Icetrip Estévez (in representation of HEP MX), Elias V. Luna y Alfredo Balanescu (Bataclan International), video artists and special guests. The whole project of Bataclan includes live performances, music events and installation projects.
HEP curator Alison Williams, with Icetrip Estevez & Victor Martinez Diaz


Human Emotion Project screens at Video Dia Loghi, Festival of Video Art curated by Willy Darko & Alison Williams. screening at Velan Centre of Contemporary Art, Turin Italy - and runs from 14 - 22 December 2011. The selected international artists form a part of LOOP our 2nd collaboration screening.

 here is the link:

Video Dia Loghi 2011.pdf

http://www.videodialoghi.org/
http://www.velancenter.com/
 

 

HEP "Mirror Mirror" Denmark 2011 screening will take place at

Bittes Gallery, 5 - 29 June
Torvet 20
6750 Ribe
Denmark
here is a link to the gallery:
http://bittesgalleri.dk/cms/
This screening is made possible by the collaboration of Danny Germansen, Steffen Graumann & HEP curator Alison Williams

 
HEP Iran 2010 will run at Mohsen Art Gallery (September 7 · 6:30pm - 9:00pm) and Sazmanab Project (September 11 · 6:30pm - 9:00pm) curated by Sohrab M. Kashani and Alison Williams



HEP Finland, Culture Centre Laaksola, curated by Pekka Ruuska, HEP curator Alison Williams
runs from 1 - 30 July, private view 30 June 2010


HEP Poland - collaborates with Parakino Festival curated by Michal Brzezinski & Alison Williams (HEP)
6 May 2010




HEP Portugal 2010 - curated by Alberto Guerreiro
HEP FACE INSTALLATION
Gonçalves Sapinho Cultural Center
Benedita - Alcobaça - Portugal
7 to 15 May 2010
4 Channel Video Installation



HEP Geneva 2010 at Ivazion, Genéve, Switzerland 30 April curated by Pekka Ruuska, Alison Williams HEP curator




HEP 2010 Beijing China
AFA BEIJING
1 ArtBase, "Beijing 318 Art Garden" East 6-3, Hegezhuang Village, Cuigezhuang Township, Chaoyang District, Beijing China
16 January - 14 March 2010
curated by Jose Drummond - AFA Beijing
HEP curated by Alison Williams


HEP Italy (Torino)
Human Emotion Project • December 14 - December 22 2009
Video Dia Loghi at Velan, Center for Contemporary Art • Curator: Willy Darko
HEP curated by Alison Williams


HEP China (Macau)
Human Emotion Project • November 14 - December 12 2009
AFA Portuguese Bookshop Gallery • Curator: José Drummond
HEP curator Alison Williams



HEP Italy (Benevento)
Human Emotion Project • November 06 - December 31 2009
Sguardi Sonori Festival • Rocca Dei Rettori • Curator: Carlo Fatigone
HEP curator Alison Williams


HEP Portugal (Caldas da Rainha)
Human Emotion Project • October 20 - 25 2009
Museu José Malhoa • Curator: Alberto Guerreiro



HEP Germany (Berlin)
Human Emotion Project • October 17 2009
Bananapark Gallery • Curator: Tatjana de Luxe/ HEP curated by Alison Williams



HEP Spain (Madrid)
Human Emotion Project • October 15 - 17 2009
Optica Festival Madrid • Espacio Espora • Curator: Debbie Douez & HEP curator Alison Williams









HEP Denmark (Copenhagen)
Human Emotion Project • October 14 - 15 2009
Valby Kulturhus • Curator: John Benneth HEP curatorial Alison Williams



HEP Italy (Rome)
Human Emotion Project • October 03 - 18 2009
Sguardi Sonori Festival • Frascati Scuderie Aldobrandini per l'Arte Contemporanea • Curator: Carlo Fatigone HEP curator Alison Williams



HEP France (Paris)
Human Emotion Project • September 24 - 26 2009
Optica Festival Paris • Collège d'Espagne - Cité Universitaire Internationale • Curator: Debbie Douez co-curatorial Alison Williams for HEP



HEP Spain (Córdoba)
Human Emotion Project • September 10 - 12 2009
Optica Festival Córdoba • Filmoteca de Andalucia • Curator: Debbie Douez
HEP Curator Alison Williams


HEP Georgia (Villa Garikula)
Human Emotion Project • FEST I NOVA • International Contemporary Art Festival • August - October 2009
HEP - September 02 2009 • Curator: Karaman Kutateladze
HEP Curator Alison Williams


HEP Sweden (Eskilstuna)
Human Emotion Project • August 29 - September 26 2009
Formverk Art Zone • Curators: Niclas Hallberg, Stina Pehrsdotter



HEP Portugal (Caldas da Rainha)
Human Emotion Project • May 16 2009
Museu Da Cerâmica • Curator: Alberto Guerreiro /HEP curator Alison Williams



HEP Spain (Cigüñuela)
Human Emotion Project • April 17 - 26 2009
LaSALA Exposiciones Galería • Curators: Debbie Douez & Alison Williams for HEP



HEP Italy (Rome)
Human Emotion Project • April 04 2009
Brancaleone • Curators: Carlo Fatigoni, Sandro Cecchi
HEP curator Alison Williams



HEP Italy (Rome)
Human Emotion Project • March 14 2009
Brancaleone • Curators: Carlo Fatigoni, Sandro Cecchi
HEP curator Alison Williams


HEP Australia (Melbourne)
Human Emotion Project • Opening Premiere • February 25 - March 08 2009
Guildford Lane Gallery • HEP Founder, Director & curator: Alison Williams
..



Please see the website for HEP on Artreview.com for links etc /

 HYPERLINK "http://www.artreview.com/group/humanemotionproject2009" http://www.artreview.com/group/humanemotionproject2009





email alison_oblivion@yahoo.com for any further queries re HEP2012

Discussion Forum

HEP2013 LONDON "Love & Hate" - A collaboration with Artreview/ 4art.com 19 November at 7pm 4 Replies

"HEP2013 London "Love &…Continue

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HEP NYC - with Lee Wells & Katie Peyton

This image ( a still) from Katie Peyton "The conclusion"Copyright - All rights reserved courtesy of the artist*…Continue

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Started by alison williams Aug 7, 2013.

HEP 2013 FONLAD Festival Collaboration 4 Replies

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HEP Mexico 2012 - Show not suitable for children - Mexico City in May ! 3 Replies

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HEP Italy 2011 - Video Dia Loghi - A celebration and collaboration ! Willy Darko & Alison Williams 12 Replies

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HEP Denmark 2011 - screens Mirror Mirror collaboration works 23 Replies

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MIRROR MIRROR - Collaboration works within HEP - will be screened in Denmark 2011 (June) 11 Replies

ALL ARTISTS IN HEP (and others by invite) are invited to collaborate and produce works under 5 minutes(approx). All screening artists already participating in HEP screenings  may choose to work with…Continue

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HEP IRAN 2010 curated by Sohrab M. Kashani, co-curatorial Alison Williams 23 Replies

Curated by Sohrab M. Kashani and Alison Williams.  Human Emotion Project HEP2010 Iran screens in two venues instead of one. Mohsen Art Gallery (September 7 · 6:30pm - 9:00pm) and Sazmanab Project…Continue

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HEP France - Paris 2010 1 Reply

Human Emotion Project HEP 2010 will find a suitable location that reflects theefforts of the artists involved in this great project. We will keep you informedof our progress and the decision…Continue

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Comment by ©NOK&T/ART on November 11, 2013 at 6:32

This is GREAT! HEP - LOVE&HATE in LONDON 2013

Thanks very much Ali and ArtReview and All

T&NOK

Comment by alison williams on November 10, 2013 at 14:40

HEP2013 London "Love & Hate" 19 November at Artreview - All welcome

Comment by alison williams on November 10, 2013 at 14:38

HEP representatives for the event are William & Louis Esdale

any further queries please email Artreview or else mail me direct at alison_oblivion@yahoo.com

A pay bar will be available to quench your thirst ...

Comment by alison williams on November 10, 2013 at 14:37

HEP2013 London "Love & Hate" will screen at 7pm at Artreview

19 November

Address:

ArtReview 1 Honduras Street
London EC1Y 0TH
+44 (0)20 7014 8054
artreview.com

Comment by alison williams on November 10, 2013 at 14:33

HEP2013 London "Love & Hate" artists:

Artists screened in London at Artreview 19 November 2013:

Tonje Gjevjon and the hungry hearts - "Norwegian hospitality" 1min Norway

Danny Germansen "Beaten" 1'51" Denmark

Alison Williams "Eat shit" 2'21" min South Africa

Lee Wells "Riot Kids" 2012 2'51" USA

Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara Friedman "Double bind" 4'08" France

Irina Gabiani "One common father" 1min Italy

Nikoo Tarkhani "Childless woman" Iran 3'50" (Maranjab desert, Kashan, Iran)

Ulf Kristiansen "I feel you" 5'17" Norway

Larry Caveney "Rush Limbaugh and his flock" 1min USA

Bill Millett "Swings & Roundabouts" 4min UK

NOK&T/ART Nok Snel & T(reesje) Bannenberg "Unraveling" 4'19" Netherlands

Sylvia Toy ""Denial: The Dream" 1'18" USA

William Esdale "At Night They Rejoice" 3'30" UK

Chris Shofner About 5'04" USA

Ines von Bonhorst / Yuri Pirondi "Emergencia" 10min Italy/Portugal

Monika K. Adler "Misery of My Soul " 2'57" Poland

Diego Ramirez / Gretel Taylor "The Tears Inside " 6'03" Australia

Anders Weberg "Sinfulness" 1'17" Sweden

Kaste Seskeviciute " Panta Rhei" 4'22" Lithuania

Joas Sebastian Nebe "How to benefit from bird watching" 1min Germany
Comment by alison williams on November 10, 2013 at 14:32


Curated by Alison Williams

Comment by alison williams on November 10, 2013 at 14:28

Press Release - HUMAN EMOTION PROJECT HEP2013 London "Love & Hate"

Human Emotion Project aims to capture and interpret an array of HUMAN emotions through sound, video and film in an international collaboration of artists. We have screened to date in many countries and will continue to traverse the art world as long as people support us and provide venues for the screening of these works. Human Emotion Project has always been about sharing, about reaching out and the power of collaboration. Crossing borders by means of art. HEP has relied mostly on technology to traverse the globe and bring talented artists together. HEP finds venues by mutual participation and reciprocal favor. Without any costs to the artists involved, no submission fees and no financial gain whatsoever by HEP or any of the curators that run HEP shows. HEP screens cross culturally; we have artists from different religions, viewpoints, political standings; all working side by side in harmony and we present their different opinions and ways of expressing art to you by use of the moving image.
HEP is about showing and projecting human emotion as expressed individually and interpreted by each artist accepted into the group. How does one hang on to “love” ? How does one get close to emotional truth, in a world full of rigid control where even the expression of an emotion is often frowned upon. Humans are taught emotional control from a young age – “control your feelings”, “control yourself” and to not show what they feel in public because it could be construed of as a sign of weakness. As an artist I lay myself bare and many of the artists in HEP have done the same. Human emotion is the one thing that everyone can relate to and the collection of Human Emotion Project works over time make for a very interesting artistic statement about the human race.
"Love and Hate" was the concept to try to adhere to for the London screening to be hosted by Artreview. We feel that the planet needs a good dose of rejuvenating energy. The antithesis of love and peace would be hatred and war and the planet has seen much of this in recent times; well ongoing and that is a sad fact. We will include works that show human nature at its most severe and also works that elevate mankind embracing his better nature. What man is capable of, his appetite for destruction and his inhumanity to his fellow man never ceases to astound us. It is time for a new planet, a new wave of enthusiasm, a refreshed revised thinking. The use of art to make people aware, a mirror of contemporary society at large is what we are primarily concerned with. HEP project screens many different artists and filmmakers side by side without prejudice, so works that denounce a particular religion or group or country are never considered suitable.
We hope that those that attend the show will enjoy some of the interpretations of human emotion by the selection of represented artists.
(Alison Williams - HEP Founder, Director & Curator RSA)

Comment by Neil Howe on September 19, 2013 at 10:53

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Comment by alison williams on August 7, 2013 at 6:02
Comment by alison williams on July 4, 2013 at 6:25

Feel free HEP artists to join us on Facebook there is a group dedicated to news re HEP Project

link:

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