2015
Blue Hour

Bradwolff projects, Amsterdam, NL

'Blue Hour' is a collaboration with Merel Karhof

11 - 16 november 2014
Braunschweig International Film Festival

Braunschweig, DE

2 november 2014
Museumnacht - CineSonic

Eye, Amsterdam, NL

PAST
29th of March - 27th of April 2014
Inner space/Outer space

Sign, Groningen, NL

'Inner Space/Outer Space' Part of tour BNG Workspace project award 2012

11th of February 2014 at 19:15
Best of the Fest: korte films van het International Film Festival Rotterdam

Eye, Amsterdam, NL

25th of January 2014
Filmfestival rotterdam

Shorts 2014, Filmfestival Rotterdam, NL

22 September - 17 November 2013
KadS 2013

'Inner Space/Outer Space' Part of tour BNG Workspace project award 2012

17 August 2013
HELD FESTIVAL
27 July 2013
WINNER OF SCREENGRAB NEW MEDIA ARTS AWARD
27 July - 14 August 2013
SCREENGRAB NEW MEDIA ART EXHIBITION

School of Creative Art’s eMerge Gallery, Australia

'Vessel'
Collaboration with Jasper van den Brink

15 February 2013 - 7 April 2013
14th VIDEONALE

Premiere video installation 'Vessel'. 'Vessel' is a collaboration with video artist Jasper van den Brink

2 December 2012 - 20 June 2013
PEOPLE CAN ONLY DEAL WITH FANTASY WHEN THEY ARE READY FOR IT. THE PAVILJOENS 2001-2012

Museum de Paviljoens, Almere

'Eye'

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INNER SPACE/OUTER SPACE
2012/13, interactive video installation, loop, HD, two projections, 3 stereo audio tracks, two sided screen
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'Inner space/Outer space', an installation comprising a film screen featuring the same woman on either side. She is reading in Plato's dialogues on love, The Symposium, the passage in which Aristophanes our eternal search for our other half explains. 
The artist evokes the suggestion that you could get to know her better. But an encounter fails to occur. Karhof: 'This work revolves around the desire to truly know the other and impossibility of this'. The film 'Inner space/Outer space' was granted the BNG Workspace Project Award, a yearly project price of ZAAL5 (Filmhuis Den Haag) to explore the nature of film. According to the jury, Yasmijn Karhof has captured the spirit of the times with her film: ‘She is able, in a conceptual and poetic manner, to translate the desire for peace and contemplation in a hectic urban environment into a seemingly simple image. The interactive element entices the viewer to move closer to the work, and at the same time emphasises the illusion that is film'.

The jury of Workspace12 were Maurice Bogaert (winner Workspace 11), Mariette Dölle (head of program of Tent. Rotterdam) Remco Vlaanderen (senior editor Submarine Channel) and Anna Abrahams (filmmaker and working at Eye Film Institute Netherlands).

Acknowledgement

text by Machteld van der Lei - English
text by Machteld van der Lei - Dutch