ISAAC JULIEN

艾萨克·朱利安
아이작 줄리앙
Айзека Джулиана

Ten Thousand Waves

source: projectiondesign

“万重浪” 叙述了中国历史不同时期的三段故事,Julien运用同步投影多个影像内容,使这些故事可以互相进入作用于其他故事。观看者可移至不同屏幕,从不同故事中感受到独特的视觉冲击。

和以往一样,Julien建议博物馆使用projectiondesign的投影机确保色彩深度和色彩饱和度都呈现最佳状态。“创作这类艺术作品需要依赖绝佳的图像。你需要特定的色彩深度,色彩饱和度以及景深,对比度同样非常重要。projectiondesign的投影机不但满足了这些要求,还能做到更多。” Julien说道。
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source: projectiondesign

“Десять тысяч волн” – это три разных повествования, описывающие события, произошедшие в трех разных эпохах истории Китая, и Жульен использует одновременную проекцию отдельных видеисточников для их взаимного переплетения. Зритель может свободно переходить от одного экрана к другому, что позволяет прочувствовать культурное разнообразие и динамизм каждой отдельной истории.

Последняя работа Жюльена – “Десять тысяч волн”, демонстрируется в самых престижных музеях мира, и теперь представлена в Норвежском музее современного искусства в Осло. Как всегда, в помещении музея, Исаак предпочитает использовать проекторы projectiondesign, для того, чтобы обеспечить высочайшее качество глубины и насыщенности цвета. “При создании подобной работы, ты полагаешься на фантастическое изображение. Тебе необходима определенная глубина цвета, цветовая насыщенность, и глубина изображаемого пространства. Высокая контрастность также очень важна. Проекторы projectiondesign обеспечивают все это и даже больше”, – говорит Жюльен.
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source: projectiondesign

“Ten Thousand Waves” offers three different narratives set in different times in Chinese history and Julien uses the simultaneous projection of multiple AV content streams to allow these narratives to weave in and out of each other. The viewer is free to move around the different screens allowing for diversity and a unique impact from each of the three stories.

Julien’s latest work “Ten Thousand Waves”, appears in the most prestigious museums worldwide, and has now landed at the Norwegian Museum of Contemporary Art in Oslo. As always, Julien prefers the museum to use projectiondesign projectors to make sure the colour depth and colour saturation is of the highest quality. “When you are putting on a piece of work like this, you rely on a fantastic image. You need a certain colour depth, you need colour saturation and you need depth of field. Contrast ratio is also very important. projectiondesign projectors give us all this and more besides”, Julien says.
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source: videobrasil

Isaac Julien nasceu em 1960 em Londres, cidade onde vive e trabalha. Formado em pintura e cinema de arte pela St. Martins School of Art em 1984, criou seu primeiro coletivo de cinema, o Sankofa Film and Video Collective, em 1983.
Sua obra em filme inclui Frantz Fanon, Black Skin White Mask (1996), Young Soul Rebels (1991), premiado na Semana dos Críticos do Festival de Cinema de Cannes no mesmo ano, e o aclamado documentário poético Looking for Langston (1989). Em 2001, foi indicado para o Turner Prize pelos filmes The Long Road to Mazatlán (1999) e Vagabondia (2000).
Apresentou a instalação Paradise Omeros na Documenta11, em Kassel (2002). Em 2003, recebeu o prêmio do Grande Júri na Kunstfilm Biennale, em Colônia, pela versão monocanal de Baltimore; em 2008, seu filme Derek conquistou um Special Teddy no Festival Internacional de Cinema de Berlim.
A obra de Julien foi objeto de mostras individuais no Pompidou Centre, em Paris (2005), MoCA Miami (2005), Kerstner Gesellschaft, Hanover (2006) e Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea – Museu do Chiado, Lisboa (2009). Nos últimos dois anos, Ten Thousand Waves foi vista no The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (2012); Galería Helga de Alvear, Madri; ShanghART Gallery, Xangai; Hayward Gallery, Londres; Bass Museum, Miami; ICA, Boston; Kunsthalle, Helsinque; e na Bienal de Sydney (2011). Em 2013, o trabalho terá uma apresentação especial no MoMA de Nova York.
Entre outros museus e coleções particulares, as obras de Isaac Julien integram os acervos da Tate, em Londres; do MoMA e do Museu Guggenheim, em Nova York; e do Centre Pompidou, em Paris.
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source: isaacjulien

Isaac Julien was born in 1960 in London, where he currently lives and works. While studying painting and fine art film at St Martin’s School of Art from which he graduated in 1984, Isaac Julien co-founded ‘Sankofa Film and Video Collective’ in which he was active from 1983–1992. He was also a founding member of Normal Films in 1991.

Julien was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2001 for his films The Long Road to Mazatlán (1999), made in collaboration with Javier de Frutos and Vagabondia (2000), choreographed by Javier de Frutos. Earlier works include Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask (1996), Young Soul Rebels (1991) which was awarded the Semaine de la Critique Prize at the Cannes Film Festival the same year, and the acclaimed poetic documentary Looking for Langston (1989), which also won several international awards.

Isaac Julien was visiting lecturer at Harvard University’s Schools of Afro-American and Visual Environmental Studies between 1998 and 2002. He was also a research fellow at Goldsmiths College, University of London (2000-2005), and is currently both faculty member at the Whitney Museum of American Arts and Professor of Media Art at Staatliche Hoscschule fur Gestaltung Karlsruhe, Germany. He was the recipient of the Performa Award (2008), the prestigious MIT Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts (2001) and the Frameline Lifetime Achievement Award (2002). His work Paradise Omeros was presented as part of Documenta XI in Kassel (2002). In 2003 he won the Grand Jury Prize at the Kunstfilm Biennale in Cologne for his single screen version of Baltimore; in 2008, he received a Special Teddy for his film that he collaborated on with Tilda Swinton, on Derek Jarman, called Derek, at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Julien has had solo shows at the Pompidou Centre in Paris (2005), MOCA Miami (2005), Kestnergesellschaft, Hanover (2006), the Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea – Museu do Chiado, Lisbon, Portugal (2009), Museum Brandhorst, Munich (2011) and most recently at SESC Pompeia in Brazil (2012). His film Ten Thousand Waves (2010) went on world tour, and has been on display in over 15 countries so far, and which will conclude at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 2013/14. Julien is represented in both public and private collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Modern; Centre Pompidou; Guggenheim Collection; Hirshhorn Collection, Albright-Knox; the Irish Museum of Modern Art; the National Museum of Norway; Brandhorst Collection; Fundación Helga de Alvear, Madrid; Goetz Collection; the Louis Vuitton Art Foundation; LUMA Foundation; and the Zeitz Foundation.
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source: artwikifr

Isaac JULIEN est né à Londres en 1960 de parents antillais.
En 1984 il étudie la peinture et le cinéma d’art à la ”St-Martin’s of art school” et obtient son diplôme en 1985.

Il fonde la ”Sankofa Film and Video collective” et devient un des membres fondateurs de la normale Films en 1999.

Isaac Julien se fait connaitre dans le monde du cinéma en 1989 avec son « drame-documentaire » ”Looking for Langston” où il rend hommage au poète noir américain Langston Hughes et notamment à son œuvre sur la Renaissance d’Harlem. En 1991 il approfondit son œuvre avec une nouvelle : ”Young Soul Rebels” dans laquelle il explore les relations entre les différents groupes culturels britanniques en opposition (skinhead, punk et soulboys) ainsi que le racisme et l’homophobie. Il est récompensé au festival de Cannes pour ce film.

Isaac Julien a un objectif. Son travail consiste à effacer la séparation qui existe entre les différents arts : la danse, la peinture, l’art vidéo, la photographie, la musique, le théâtre, le dessin et la sculpture. Il traite principalement de sujets de discrimination dont lui-même à fait l’objet : la discrimination raciale, l’homophobie, les classes sociales et l’histoire culturelle.

En 2001 il est nommé au Turner Prize.
En 2003 il est primé par le Grand Prix du Jury au ” FilmBiennale Kunst” de Cologne pour sa version à écran unique de Baltimore.

Isaac Julien est aussi réalisateur de films documentaires.

Isaac Julien travaille toujours dans sa ville natale où il est, depuis septembre 2009, professeur à l’Université de Karlsruhe des Arts et du Design.
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source: enzyklode

Isaac Julien (* 21. Februar 1960 in London) ist ein britischer Künstler, Filmproduzent und Hochschullehrer.

Nach seiner Schulzeit studierte Julien Malerei und Film an der Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, an der er 1984 graduierte. Nach dem Studium gründete er Sankofa Film and Video Collective und war 1999 ein Gründungsmitglied von Normal Films. Er drehte in den folgenden Jahren mehrere Filme. Seit 2009 ist Julien als Professor an der Staatlichen Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe beschäftigt.