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Alexandra Dementieva 2005

Sound Aernoudt Jacobs

*1960 in Moscow (Russia)

Lives & works in Brussels (Belgium)

Alexandra Dementieva studied journalism and fine arts in Moscow and Brussels. Her main interests are focused on social psychology, perception, and their application in multimedia interactive installations. Her video work integrates different elements including behavioral psychology developing narrative through a point of view of subjective camera. Her video and multimedia works have been exhibited internationally.

Alexandra conceived specially for the CCNOA space a site specific installation ’Post Opening’. Shadows of previous exhibition opening are projected into the wall in face of staircase. At the first glaze spectator has an impression that when he will be on the up he meets a lot of people chatting and watching. But instead of it his shadow mixes up with other shadows of invisible visitors. It creates strange feeling of time shift. An original soundtrack of Aernoudt Jacobs accompanies the film.
She also contributed an edition of her new video work ’videomort’ to the exhibition ’D-LIGHT’ at CCNOA in November 2004.

Aernoudt Jacobs (*1968) lives and works in Brussels. He has studied architecture. After his studies at the Sint-Lucasinstituut it did not take long, however, before he chose music. Today he has released music under several aliases: MarkMancha (electronic music), missfit (assigned music for film and other media), tmrx (autonomous collages constructed from everyday sounds). From 2004 he has been working under the name Aernoudt Jacobs and concentrates on installations, performances, sound design and commissioned work for film, dance and theater.

Edition by Alexandra Dementieva

Videomort 2004

(photo by artist)

Expositions avec
Alexandra Dementieva
With your Eyes Only @ Yum, Brussels, 2010

external exhibitions & cooperations

My eyes keep me in trouble, 2010

external exhibitions & cooperations

With your Eyes Only @ Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz (AT), 2009

external exhibitions & cooperations

Alexandra Dementieva, 2009

solo exhibition

My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble @ The Physics Room Christchurch (NZ), 2008

external exhibitions & cooperations

My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble @ Sydney College Of The Arts Gallery (AUS), 2008

external exhibitions & cooperations

Alexandra Dementieva & Aernoudt Jacobs, 2008

solo exhibition