JOAS NEBE

 

* INTRODUCTION
* PAINTING
* SCULPTURE
* FILM WORK
   PHILOSOPHICAL CARTOONS
   CLIMATE CHANGE CARTOONS
   TOTEM TOONS
   ENCYCLOPEDIC CARTOONS
   LETTERS + WORDS
   GRAMMAR
   NON SENSE + NON FICTIONAL
   PROVERB PICTURES
   LANDMARK
   MOUNTAINS + VALLEYS
   PARADISE GARDENS + SPA
   FOOD CHAIN
   NIGHTMARE
   ROBOTS + MACHINES
   CITIES + FACTORIES
   TIME + SPACE
   ROOMS
   DARK PLACES
   GAMBLING
   EXPECTATIONS
   OPERA
   POSTCARDS
   BILDERBOGEN
   PATTERNS
* ARTICLES
* EXHIBITIONS
* BIOGRAPHY
* NEWS
* CONTACT

DREAM IMAGES lists up several dream subjects. Some of the list´s points are scaring, others entertaining like life itself sometimes is. Each dream subject presented on pre-title follows a cinematic interpretation in different formats, e.g. animation, documentary etc.

Samples of the dream theme list:
POSSESSION OF PEN AND PAPER
PLAYING WITH A TOY CRANE
DRAWING A TREE
HAVING A ROOFTOP GARDEN
BEING IRRESISTIBLY
STARTING TO THINK
AVOIDING THE TEMPTATIONS OF COMMUNIST IDEOLOGY
FINDING TIME FOR THE APPROPRIATE DECISION
GETTING ALZHEIMER DESEASE
HAVING NO NEED FOR PSYCHOANALYSIS
FINDING DEER SKELETONS




DREAM IMAGES, 2012, 55 seconds excerpt



shown at
2012, INTERNATIONAL MULTIMEDIA ART FESTIVAL, Yangon, Myanmar
2012, 2nd BATACLAN INTERNACIONAL, HEP MEXICO, Mexico City, Mexico
2012, Blaue Stunde IV, Köln, Germany

featured at:
2015, PLEASE HOLD MAGAZINE, "Games" issue, 30th june
2015, UNCO magazine, "scar" issue, UNCO2 edition



BLACK TOONS are a series of films characterized by extreme freedom of expression similar to what is called in painting "capriccio". The artist startet this format in 2010 with the first three animation films that combine animation with found footage.

BLACK TOONS Series is made of animated found footage, showing a dystopic vision of a destroyed world. All left is restless motion of vehicles all over. Busses flying high above ruins and balloons are melted with cars in this dystopic vision.




BLACK TOONS (2), 2010, 30sec excerpt



subject as well featuring publication:
2016, Interview with Joas Nebe on his OPERA serial conducted by curators JOSH RYDER and BARBARA SCOTT, ARTiculAction Contemporary Art Review, anniversary edition, may 2016, link