Felice Hapetzeder

Felice Hapetzeder (Sweden) – Voyage, 2017, 2:30
A group of children navigate on a big square inside a boat-shaped box, not seeing or knowing where to go. Where does this animal live, one child asked. The work consists of the event filmed from two perspectives, one inside filmed by the children and one as seen from the outside. The two starting points talk about positions and reality. How difficult is it not to understand the other perspective without experiencing it first hand. The ship has been used by humanity at all known epochs to travel, transport, capture and escape inhuman conditions.

Felice Hapetzeder
Born in Stockholm 1973. Studied at Konstfack, University College of Arts Crafts and Design, art department, MFA in 2002. Postgraduate video project Royal Institute of Art 2002-03. Hapetzeders work is based in the practices of video, still image and installation. He is interested in cultural heritage production and manipulation of collective memory and oblivion. He works both independently and in collaboration with other artists. Exhibitions and screenings include: 2017: The solo show A Video Art History, Galleri 54 Gothenburg. Athens Digital Art Festival 2016: Husby konsthall. Haninge konsthall. 1st Community Arts Triennial Finland. 2015: Black Sesame Space, Institute for Provocation, Beijing. Skånes Konstförening, Malmö. Imago Mundi, Palazzo Cini, Venice. Athens Digital Arts Festival. Les Rencontres Internationales, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.

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