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Website
http://bennojeni.com
Relationship status
married
College / University
Georgetown University
Program / Degree
BA Inter-Arts
Graduation
May 22, 2000
Member type
Artist
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Digital, Event, Film, Performance, Photography, Video
I am...
601Video's head of production is Benno Klandt, a talented multimedia producer who works on pre and post event production for the world's largest corporations. In the world of corporate events, showcasing brand product highlights within a multimedia setting is a skill in high demand. Benno has the unique ability to work live at an event, capture photo and video media in real time and mix it with provided product shots and company materials juxtaposed with his own highly stylized animated visuals specifically designed for each event in order to create an interactive, personal, engaging and dynamic multimedia installation. Photos are archived online so that clients can view the product and event material at any time.
Benno is an expert in video editing, story telling, and post-production. He creates a memorable visual echo of the event that is useful for social media, marketing and internal corporate affairs by combining interviews, corporate identity branding information, key visuals and moments from the event. The end product is a powerful communication tool that enhances each company's ability to allow their clients and customers to know what to expect from them, further supporting and personalizing corporate branding and identity.
Benno and his partner Jennifer Klandt create project specific musical compositions, soundscapes and voiceover productions in descriptive, narrative and singing forms that enhance each video's impact and bring a personalized commercial quality to each video to further brand the product and/or service provided.
Jennifer chooses all the footage and directs the content to where and how it needs to be seen and heard. She writes and edits the concepts and scripts and is 601Video's voice over artist and singer as well as post production photo editor.
Benno and Jennifer also work in the fields of music video, fashion, art, dance and artistic documentary film production and contemporary art, music and fashion photography. They create the concept, implement the logistics and provide the same level of service and quality as they do for their corporate clients.
Benno works with Final Cut Pro, Autodesk Combustion, ProTools, Logic, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, After Effects and Motion.
About my artwork
Mutability of from as canvas. Beauty is the authority and thus our philosophy. It is the ultimate statement and it covers all vocabulary. Beauty is our area of expertise and skill to get to that place of authority. Beauty is our science.
We study beauty as an anthropological science and live by its principles. Passion requires us to be responsible for what we express and how we project creation. Our contribution is a self-realized, self-sustaining vehicle and container. Everything has its place in performance. What is being created is on its destiny. We merely interpret what creation has in mind.
Because we claim beauty, it is ours to express with.
Being beautiful is us playing out our science as a living work of art.
We connect the spheres of art, narrative, philosophy, music, performance, movement and style in order to allow them to serve one another.
Benno je’NI is a creative partnership with Benno as concept creator, director and executor of photography and design and co-editor and je’NI as concept creator, co-director of photography and design, image subject and editor.
Benno & je'NI investigate instinctual facets of emotional behaviors. Through impromptu psychological instigations, Benno provokes je’NI into responses which Benno captures. This mysterious process between them reveals archetypes within je’NI that translate into universal messages of self-innovation, modes of self-expression, and self-acceptance, inherent in humanity.

When Benno & je’NI unite in post-production, the mystery defines itself into categories that allow them to broach subjects relegated to taboo. Thus, their art becomes the vehicle and voice for such secrets in people’s lives.
The distorted perspectives that Benno je’NI create elucidate the need for humanity to reevaluate the ways in which they view themselves and one another for a more integrated understanding of humanity to emerge and evolve.

je’NI catapults herself out of the confined matrix, yet within her is contained every quality found within it. Her entire being emerges from her physical form. Thus, the images become the amplification of certain ways to perceive feelings, thoughts and belief systems within the human paradigm and Benno addresses these with a near lens into je’NI’s internal states. je’NI involves the viewer on multiple levels with direct and partial engagement as well as with inner conversations with the subject as herself.
Artists I like
Gustav Klimt, Mark Rothko, Brad Kunkle
Interests
metaphysics, mysticism, fashion, film, culinary arts, poetry, dance, movement, politics, health, prose, story telling
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
showSTUDIO's Visions Couture at Paris' Printemps Department Store

http://soho20gallery.com/backlash-exhibition-photos/
Centre of the artworld:
my studio

Benno & Jennifer Klandt's Blog

BACKLASH 2012

BACKLASH  / On women’s basic rights & freedoms

An exhibition addressing the current political climate towards women.  

In response to the incredible increasing tension against providing women with basic healthcare needs and the ensuing media firestorm, which demonizes women, Soho20 Gallery Chelsea is hosting a venue for outrage. Backlash is in response to this ‘war on women’s basic rights and…

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Posted on July 4, 2012 at 15:00

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