Artist In Residence Support Program trans_2008-2009 resident artists information artists will come from January, 2009!


■70 days at AIAV
These two individual artists and an artist group, who were selected out of 185 applicants from 49 countries, will come to AIAV to participate in our international residency program. They're going to stay for 70 days and encounter with different environments, culture, life, and people. They will change those new experiences into energy for their creative process. They will be researching and trying to bring their visions to life. Projects, workshops, meetings, and other events will to be announced from time to time. Let's see worldwide art and culture through our engagement with the resident artists at AIAV !

■Expecting Schedule:
・Communication Program
・Education Program
・Joining the local Event
・Exhibition/Open Studio, e.t.c


Profile

Jakrawal NILTHAMRONG (Fine Artist/Filmmaker/Born in Lopburi, lives and works in Thailand)
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[PROFILE]
1977 Born in Lopburi, Thailand
2001 BFA 2nd Class honor (Graphic Arts) the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University Bangkok Thailand
2004 Computer Graphic Certificate Program, Pratt Institute, New York
2006 MFA (Art and Technology Studies) School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

[RESIDENCY / WORKSHOP / AWARD]
2008 Berlinale Talent Campus, Berlin, Germany
2007-08 Artist-in-Resident the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2007 Fellowship 2007 Mr. G.E. Loudon, Great Britain
Special Mention, EXiS2007 Seoul, South Korea
Arts Network Asia Travel Grants
UNESCO Aschberg Bursary for the Promotion of Culture
2006 VICHIMATRA Awards, 10th Thai Short Film & Video Festival, Bangkok, Thailand
The 2006 MFA fellowship Awards by School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, USA
2005 Second Year Graduate International Student Scholarship, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, USA
2000 Purchase Prize Lottery Awards, National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

[SCREENING / EXHIBITION]
2009 38th International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2008 Open Ateliers, the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, the Netherlands
17th Brisbane International Film Festival, Australia
Split Film Festival, Croatia
12th Thai Short Film & Video Festival, Bangkok, Thailand
Invisible Hands, at Jim Thompson Art Center Bangkok, Thailand
Mit Out Sound Films Showcase, MU MU Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Life Boat # 2551 at Gallery 4a the Asia-Australia Art Centre Sydney, Australia
Amsterdam Shorts International Film Festival, the Netherlands (Teaser #2: Kunst Kino at de Balie)
International Contemporary Culture Centre of Donostia / San Sebastian, Tabacalera, Spain
The Aerials of Sublime Transscapes at Lokaal 01 Breda, the Netherlands
BEFF5 Bangkok Experimental Film Festival, Thailand
30th International Short Film Festival Clermont-Ferrand, France (Lab Competition)
BLACK AIR, Interactive Video Installation with Pimpaka Towira, Akaritchalerm Kalayanamitr and Koichi Shimizu, 37th International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands
37th International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2007 Open Ateliers, the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, the Netherlands
Head Or Tail? : Contemporary Media and Video works from Thailand, Pallas Studio Dublin, Ireland
3rd 25 FPS International Film Festival, Croatia
EXiS2007 Seoul, South Korea
11th Thai Short Film & Video Festival, Bangkok Thailand
Ambient Urban SIBIU FESTIVAL 2007, Romania
“Director in Focus” Patravadi Theatre, Bangkok Thailand
53rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
K13 Velp, the Netherlands
36th International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands
2006 “Digital Momentum” 10th Thai Short Film & Video Festival, Bangkok Thailand
Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago Illinois USA
2005 Manipulation, G2 Gallery, Chicago Illinois USA
MAY-JUNE Group Exhibition, G2 Gallery, Chicago Illinois USA
Taza Space Public Art Project, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois USA
“Unfinished” 13th Station, Chicago Illinois USA
2004 Galleria Noua, Bucharest, Romania
Here& Now as a part in “Invisible Academy” by Surasi Kusolwong, Bangkok Thailand
 
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left:"Orchestra", video(33min), 2008
light:"Black-Air", video installation, 2008
(C)Jakrawal Nilthamrong


Amanda J. HILL
(documentary filmmaker/creative project facilitator/ born in USA, lives and works in Manchester, UK)
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[PROFILE]
1979 Born in USA
2002 Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certification. One World Training. (Boulder,
Colorado, USA)
2002 BA in Anthropology, in German Language and Literature. University of Colorado.(Boulder, Colorado, USA)
2007 MA in Visual Anthropology, Ethnographic Documentary. University of Manchester (Manchester, UK)

[FILM PRODUCTIONS]
Productions with Film-It/Straight Into Film:
2008 "Second Chance"
"Hostel Life"
"Lost Magic"
"Catch Up with L-P"
(Creative Facilitator & Assistant Creative Facilitator, Editor for these films made by young
people at Safestop and the Rathbone Centre in Manchester. )
*"Hostel Life" is the winner of “best broadcast” at Children and Young People Now Magazine’s Positive Images Awards

2008 "Prison Advice and Care Trust Film" (Sound Recordist, Assistant Camera Operator)
"Chance for Change" ,Children and Parents Support Film(Sound Recordist, Assistant Camera Operator)

[ACADEMIC PROJECTS]
2007 "Lifelibrary"(Director, Camera Operator, Sound Recordist, Editor.)
*Film Festivals: University of British Columbia Ethnographic Film Unit Anthropology Film
Festival, Iowa City International Documentary Festival, Days of Ethnographic Film Festival
Slovenia, Moscow International Visual Anthropology Conference and Festival, EASA Film,
Video and New Media Festival.

2006 "My Second Love"(Co-Director, Co-Editor, Sound Recordist)
"Belle Vue"(Co-Director, Co-Editor, Sound Recordist)

[In Development]
"Kinokophone": Kinokophone collects sounds, stories and memories from Manchester.
Creating a mycelium of interconnected tales, Kinokophone seeks to link diverse
communities, creating a unique platform for mutual exchange and growth.
 
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"Lifelibrary", video(14min43sec), 2007
(C)Amanda J. Hill

Akiko YANAGIMOTO(Fine Art/ born in, lives and works in Japan)
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[PROFILE]
1979 Born in Japan
1998-2002 Tama Art University, Tokyo
2003-2005 Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Ceramic department, Amsterdam

[ARTIST IN RESIDENCE / WORKSHOPS /GRANTS]
2008 Embroidery workshop, Kawaguchi Media Seven, Saitama, Japan
2007 European Ceramic Work Center, Den Bosch, The Netherlands
2006 The Wall House #2, Groningen, The Netherlands
2006 Domestic Art Exhibition, De Linie residential quarter, Groningen, The Netherlands

[SOLO EXHIBITIONS]
2008 "HAPPY BAD☆LUCK", CONTRASTO GALLERIA, Tokyo, Japan
2007 "Domestic Story", Yuka Sasahara Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
"Sublimation of a moment of intimacy", Remonstrantse Church, Groningen, The Netherlands
"Floating on the Wall", The Wall House #2, Groningen, The Netherlands

[GROUP EXHIBITIONS]
2008 AkikoYanagimoto, Gallery 53 Tilburg, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Gallery Artists, Yuka Sasahara Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2007 DAAGS, Gallerie 37 Spaarnestad, Haarlem, The Netherlands
Daikokuya Contemporary Art Raise Exhibition, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Nasushiobara, Japan
VOL3. U-35 International Exchange Collaboration Exhibition, Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Japan
2005 Nieuwe Aanwinsten, CBK zuidoost, Amsterdam
2004 Goud Omrand, De Nederlandshe Bank, Amsterdam
2004 POINT of VIEW-heimwee mondaal, De Vishal, Haarlem, The Netherland

 
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Left:"Domestic Story"、インスタレーション、2005
center:"Muurstraat"、インスタレーション、2006
right:"Living Room"、インスタレーション、2004
(C)Akiko Yanagimoto

organaizer : Akiyoshidai International Art Village
support : Yamaguchi prefecture, The Yamaguchi board of education, Mine city, Mine city board of education

Artist In Residence Support Program trans_2008-2009 resident artists information

Date:artists will come from January, 2009!

[The period of Resident artist's stay]
Jan. 10. 2009-Mar. 20. 2009

Place:

Akiyoshidai International Art Village

Info:

[contact]
Akiyoshidai International Art Village Residence Program : trans2007_2008
50 Akiyoshi Shuho-sho Mine-city Yamaguchi,754-0511,JAPAN
TEL:+81(0)837-63-0020 FAX:+81(0)837-63-0021
URL: http://www.aiav.jp/
e-mail:trans2008@aiav.jp