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Barbara Hertiman

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Bárbara Hertiman is a Venezuelan film editor but also a mixed media artist, a videoartist and a professional photographer.

Work[edit | edit source]

Her artwork has been exhibited in a number of major national and internationals events including the Marl Media Art Awards 2014 - Germany, Museum of Acarigua (Venezuela), the FONLAD Festival (Portugal), at the FICBAQ ( International Film Festival of Barranquilla, 2013), the Bang Videoart Festival (Spain), at the Talent Campus Buenos Aires Berlinale Talent (Argentina/Germany), and alson in different stages of Venezuela: CELARG, the National Film Foundation, the Auditorium of the College of France, the Auditorium of the Cultural Association Humboldt, Ward Cultural Center Experimental Chacao, the auditorium of the Faculty of Humanities of the University central de Venezuela, at the Cultural Center Corp Banca, in the Auditorium of Banco Mercantil, and the projection room of the Peripheral Caracas.

"Venezuelan Bárbara Hertiman have the ambition to make “films with an artistic quality that anyone can relate to”. She said she truly understood what that meant after showing her short to her niece and bringing the six year old to tears".[1]

Mixed Media[edit | edit source]

  • La Metáfora de la Neblina[2]
  • Tratado de luz y volúmen
  • Parte de los sentidos

Video Art[edit | edit source]

  • Tupí or not Tupí (Based on the Cannibal Manifesto) - 2015
  • In Praise of Darkness (El Elogio de las sombras) - 2014,
  • La Metáfora de la Neblina (La Caverna) - 2012/2013,
  • No se mira fijamente - 2010,
  • No se mira fijamente II - 2012,
  • Arte poética - 2011,
  • Rambha - 2010,
  • Superficie Mínima - 2011,
  • Reflexión - 2011,
  • Aplastamiento de gotas - 2010,
  • Ego - 2010,
  • Texturas - 2009,
  • Tócame - 2009,
  • Dios deseante y deseado - 2010,
  • Vendrias conmigo? - 2008,
  • Vida - 2010,
  • Reticula - 2010,
  • Modulor - 2010,
  • Sueño - 2010.

Film Editor[edit | edit source]

Win Best Editing in the 47th Edition of the Municipal Film Awards, and Best Documentary at various International Film Festivals. "[1]"

  • 2013: "Esperando el vuelo" by Luis and Andrés Rodríguez (documentary): Film Editor; Best Half-length film of the International Political Film Festival of Argentina.

Best Documentary in various National Festivals.

  • 2013: "Refugios" by Luis and Andrés Rodríguez (documentary): Film Editor;
  • 2013: "Liz en septiembre" by Fina Torres (fiction): Production Assistant;
  • 2013: "La Ley" by Pablo de la Barra (fiction); Media manager.

Exhibition and distinctions[edit | edit source]

  • Invited to participate in the EXPO 2015 with the draft VideoArt FOODS Enrico Tomaselli in Milano - Italia.[3]
  • Selected in the 27th Festival Les Instants Vidéo: "For a free circulation of bodies and desires," with its video art NO IS STARING II.
  • Latin America represents competence in Marl Video Art Award 2014 - Germany with IN PRAISE OF DARKNESS.
  • Selected in Brazil within the Festival Paraty Em Foco with IN PRAISE OF DARKNESS.
  • Make sample video art AN EVENING WITH ATEMPO of the Humboldt Association of Caracas - Venezuela.
  • Participation in the collective exhibition of video art in Paris Tropical BYOB in Paris - France.
  • She has been selected to participate in the collectif exhibition "Foto féminas, once miradas femeninas en la fotografía contemporánea venezolana" at the Museum of Acarigua (Venezuela).[4] June/August 2014;
  • She has been selected to participate in the Digital Art Festival FONLAD 2014, with her video In Praise of Darkness;[5]
  • Project "Poetic Art" experimental short film adapted from the poem by Jorge Luis Borges of the same title has been exhibit at the XVIII International Festival Atempo, along with a series of videos of his own.
  • Is selected in the Talent Campus Buenos Aires with the short Poetic Art (2011).
  • Winner of the category of Video Art Festival XIV VIART with the video "Minimum Surface"[6] in 2010.
  • Performs the solo exhibition of Experimental Video at the XVII International Festival Atempo, at the Cultural Center Auditorium Corp Banca and Banco Mercantil.
  • Is selected in the Andean Meeting 2010 Multimedia ENAMU organized by the Embassy of France in Venezuela, Caracas French Alliance and the Center for Digital Design.[7]
  • Participates in Video Art Show-Side B: Aesthetic-Laboratory at the University Simon Bolivar - USB Venezuela.
  • In Spain stood out as representative of Venezuela in the International Competition Videominuto X with the projection of Skin at the Plaza Basilio Paraíso, Zaragoza.[8]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. About the artist. In: King, Alex. Talent Campus: The Future of Latin American Cinema. The Argentina Independent. En línea: http://www.argentinaindependent.com/top-story/talent-campus-the-future-of-latin-american-cinema/.
  2. Bárbara Hertiman made a video mapping in the University of Atlantico in Barranquilla - Colombia, at the international film festival FICBAQ (Festival Internacional de Cine de Barranquilla). http://issuu.com/ficbaq/docs/cat_logo_ficbaq_
  3. FOODS Video Art Projets. Available online: http://foods2015.com/artists.php
  4. Exposición "Foto féminas, once miradas femeninas en la fotografía contemporánea venezolana". Del 21 de junio al 15 de agosto del 2014. In : Exposiciones (Archivos) del museo de Acarigua. Available online: "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-07-14. Retrieved 2014-06-19.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  5. Barbara Hertiman, VideoArt, FONLAD 2014. Available online: http://www.fonlad.net/english/fonlad14/gallery.html
  6. "En Viart concursaron 340 obras en 7 categorías". EL NACIONAL - CINE Sábado 13 de noviembre de 2010. Available online: http://diostepague.tumblr.com/.
  7. Encuentros Andinos ENAMU 2010. Available online: http://www.cinefrances.net/festivaldes_imp.asp?idf=67&tipo=multimedia
  8. "Los 25 trabajos finalistas del XI Certamen Internacional Videominuto se proyectan en el Paraninfo". 20minutos.es. Available online: http://www.20minutos.es/noticia/1084074/0/

External links[edit | edit source]


Others articles of the Topic Venezuela : Carlos E. Stolk III, Block of Wikipedia in Venezuela, December 2018 Venezuela earthquakes

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