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I call this aspect of Kuva Studio Productions for online non-fiction short films. I have manufactured them so as to co-exist within the era of the internet industry and its content. I have produced them as an artist who, films, edits and directs the content as my own in a quicker way instead of book publishing alone.
I have not used the word documentary anymore since I find that mandate educational. I call my productions non-fiction that is based on my own historical needs to position myself in any given locality as active participation together with my subjects that are in this link as a
Everyone Has… is a short non-fiction film. It is a narrative that is not linear but is structured on the visual camera movements following and connecting to the physical surfaces. The film portrays me and my Dutch partner artist Stella De Boo.
Everyone Has… uses a reflective nonlinear visual avalanche-like editing that continues to unfold with the music by Moby that I have downloaded from Moby Gratis.
My attempt has been to establish a ”short” but large physical force in the word film that is based on non-fictional footage but the end results are within the borders of contemporary art.
When doing this film I have been thinking about the concept of theatre and my position in it. I see this process to be threefold. First is the theatre with me and the subjects and locations, and thereafter a separate theatre that is transformed into a position by facing a computer while editing. Finally, the third theatre is when the film is confronted by myself on my webpage Kuvastudio.online.
I have mixed the film with contemporary art pieces by Stella De Boo as well as my own photographic artworks. All of the work cuts have been filmed in art studio-like conditions in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. With this material, I have studied the connections between photographic processes and Stella De Boo’s artworks and I also wanted to acknowledge and show the influence of her art on my own work. Most of the material was filmed in Rotterdam, from the early 1990s onwards. The final perspective in the editing was done in Finland in early 2019.
In March 2011 Dalai Lama said that he was planning to hand down his political responsibilities to an elected representative, what Tibetans in this film called Kalun Steba. They do not call such a position a Prime Minister, but Dalai Lama says such a move is in the best interest of the Tibetans in exile.