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Starry Starry Night


An abstract painting in movement based on Vincent Van Gogh’s painting Starry Night. Defined by lines and dots, it is a play of audiovisual rhythms, colours and shapes, light and darkness.
Van Gogh painted his Starry Night in June 1889. Unlike the earlier Starry Night Over the Rhone, the new night scene was painted in daylight, from memory.
He wrote in a letter to Émile Bernard:
"The imagination is certainly a faculty which we must develop and it alone can bring us to creation of a more exalting and consoling nature ... A star-spangled sky, for instance, that's a thing I would like to try to do ... But how can I manage unless I make up my mind to work ... from imagination?"

Awards and nominations

Best Art nomination at Portobello Film festival
Art / Animation category. London, United Kingdom. (2016)
Shortlisted for the London Royal Academy

Summer Exhibition, United Kingdom. (2015)


ARTROOMS Rome - Group exhibition at the Church Palace Hotel. Rome, Italy. (March 2019)
MuVi5 - International exhibition of video and moving image on synaesthesia and visual music. Palacio Abacial and Convento de Capuchinos, Alcalá la Real, Jaén, and Real Conservatorio Superior de Música Victoria Eugenia, Granada, Spain. (May 2018)
ARTROOMS - Group exhibition at Meliá White House. London, United Kingdom. (January 2018)
Madatac - 09 Contemporary Audio-Visual & New Media Arts Festival. NH Collection Madrid Eurobuilding. Madrid, Spain. (January 2018)
International Cukurova Art Days - Special selection Ephesus Street Video Art Screening curated by Tahir Ün. Adana and Mersin, Turkey. (March 2017)
ARTROOMS - Group exhibition at Meliá White House. London, United Kingdom. (January 2017)
Visualcontainer TV - HearteartH - International Videoart Project from Berlin, curated by Sonia Armaniaco and Maria Korporal (September – October 2016)
Portobello Film Festival - London, United Kingdom. (September 2016)
Miden - Kalamata Street Festival - Program “Fatal Error”, part of Miden Festival. Kalamata, Greece. (July 2016)
HearteartH - Festival. Berlin, Germany. (July 2016)
Ephesus - Street Video Art Screening. Selcuk and Izmir, Turkey (April 2016)
Boomtown - Film and Music Festival. Texas, USA (February 2016)
Mumia - 13th Underground World Animation Festival. Belo Horizonte - Nova Lima, Brasil. (December 2015)
One Minute Hull - Artists Moving Image Festival. The Museum of Club Culture. Hull, United Kingdom. (November 2015)
The Day Light Group - Animation competition: Around The Clock' Project, Cornwall, United Kingdom. (October 2015)
Facade - Video Festival. Plovdiv, Bulgaria. (September 2015)
Cel-AV - video a Konvent. The Contemporary Art Center of Central Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain. (September 2015)
IVAHM - Festival internacional de vídeo-arte Art House. Centro de Artes de Vanguardia La Neomudéjar, Madrid, Spain. (May 2015)
Franqueados - 0.15. Festival de Arte en Escaparates. Madrid. Spain. (February 2015)
Web Video Biennial - Platform for video art posted on internet. WebArt Center. (October - December 2014)
Meca en Marte - Feria Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo de Castellón. Palau de la Festa de Castellón, Spain (September 2014)
Hackney Wicked Festival - London, United Kingdom. (August 2014)
2ª Muestra de VideoArte Underground / Loop Festival. Loft 85 Arte Multidisciplinar. Barcelona, Spain. (May - June 2014)
Borderbody - International photography, video art, installation and performing art festival. MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico. Almeria, Spain and Palazzo Barone Ferrara. Bari, Italy (February 2014).

Limited Edition of 5 + 2AP (3 left)
Price: £600

Title of the work: Starry Starry Night
Work type:  Single-channel video
Genre: Video art
Technique: Video / Animation / After Effects
Country of production: United Kingdom
Year of production: 2014
02’ 30”
Aspect Ratio:
Mally Harpaz

Buy Original Limited Edition

- Archival copy (pen drive) + Exhibition copy (DVD).
- Certificate of authenticity numbered and signed.
- Contract stablishing : Ownership of the copy, Exhibition Right and Resale Right.

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