The Utopia Project > Interactive video project for the 'Utopia Month',
Flux Factory Contemporary Art Center, New York City.
Selected video's > 'Life lessons'
Paul Elie, Kongo / Belgium
What does a Utopian society look like? Is it an impossible reality? A daydream? An achievable reality? Or a matter of personal perception? The challenge to work with these questions and concepts came from the exhibition center for contemporary art 'Flux Factory' in New York City.
For this project, Maureen Bachaus decided to explore whether or not it is possible to build up a virtual Utopia, based on the personal perception of people from different cultures with different backgrounds.
Life lessons' - interactive video project
This video project consists of short interviews in which people respond to the same question. In this case: what is your most important life lesson? Say you could carry a life lesson to a totally new and blank world, what would it be? The entire project is published on: www.bachaus.wix.com/utopia
Participants of the Utopia video's: Benoit Piret (Belgium), Elina Mukhina (Russia), Heleen Huberts (Netherlands), Jeroen Huisman (Netherlands), Jeton Muja (Kosovo), Joris van der Vleuten (Netherlands), Karin Winkelmolen (Belgium), Nino Lomadze (Georgia), Steven Verstuyft (Belgium), Tatiana Fiodorova (Republic of Moldova), Maurizio Frigerio (Italy), Flordeliz Layug Canlas (Italy), Morgan Tucker (Netherlands), Piotr Zoladz (Poland), Bojana Janeva Semova (Macedonia), Marielle Mertens (Netherlands), Shivkumar K V (India), David Borawski (US), Michael C. Gutierrez (New Mexico), Gert Scheerlinck (Belgium), Agnieszka Golaszewska (Poland), Bob Polak (Netherlands), Paulo Jesus (Portugal), Stephan Groß (Germany), Derya Erdem (Turkey), Amanda Rice (Ireland), Toshiki Yashiro (USA/Japan), Beatriz Albuquerque (Portugal), Eduardo Alonso (Spain), Flako Rojas (Venezuela/Belgium), Katy Unger (US), Matt DeFord (USA), Lucie Kordacova (Czech Republic/United Kingdom), Roberta Orlando (Italy), Kyle Alden Martens (Canada), Alan Dunn (United Kingdom), Maximilian Schranner (Germany), Little Shiva (Belgium), Ajsha Reid (USA), Jean Paul (Netherlands), Paul Elie (Kongo/Belgium), Luc (Belgium), Bojana (Macedonia), Suzanne (Netherlands).