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SPARKS 2017

International Student Cuts (Video and Animation)

Curated by Alex Wong and Jaka Polutnik.
Date: October 4-19th, 2017

  • A short film about Filing by Adrian Wojtas, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Ireland.
  • Ad Rem by Bartosz Kruhlik, Lodz Film School, Poland.
  • An adventure of fear by Cristina Vilches, University of Vigo, Spain.
  • Aurora by James Mann, Gobelins Animation School, France.
  • Aviva by Canan Erbil, Sabancı University, Turkey.
  • Belgrades Great War Island by Lazar Vladisavl and Dusko Savic, The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Studies, Serbia.
  • Chaos by Nikolaj Vodosek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Compressed by Lara Kalecik, Sabancı University, Turkey.
  • Exaggerated expeditions by Nikolas Wiest, Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design, Germany.
  • Fish by Saman Hosseinpuor, Elmi Karbordi University, Iran.
  • Gap by Anastasia Meshchangina, Russia.
  • Home by Jabez Koh, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore.
  • Horizon by Nathanael Wheatcroft-Brown, United Kingdom.
  • In the Air by Jasmine Tutku Teber, Sabancı University, Turkey.
  • Jamais Sans Mon Dentier byAlice Coutelle, Bellecour Ecole, France.
  • Loop by Sona Dilanyan, Sabancı University, Turkey.
  • Mirrors by Lee Dror and Yali Herbet , Yali Herbert Bezalel School of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Nox by Fajar Purnama, Indonesian Art and Culture Institute of Bandung, Indonesia.
  • Parsley girl by Scarlett Li, Penn State University, United States.
  • Present by Oleg Romantsov, St. Petersburg State University of Film and Television, Russia.
  • Reminisce me with the time of a day by Holly Lo, Taipei National University of the Arts, Taiwan.
  • Soseda by Anja Hauptman, Ivan Stanojevic, Kristina Keber, University of Maribor, Slovenia.
  • Vanitas by Onur Özen, Sabancı University, Turkey.
  • What a peaceful day by Eden Chan, Taipei National Universityof the Arts, Taiwan.
  • Witness by Alexandre berger, Christ Ibovy and Hugo Rizzon, Ecole Georges Méliès, France.
  • Women by Anastasiya Marsakova, The Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography, Russia.