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Ricard Carbonell

Ricard Carbonell

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Isaac Peral, 18, madrid, Spain
Ph.D. in cinema from the Complutense University (Madrid). A BFA from the University of Barcelona (UB), and a degree in film (ECAM, Microobert). He has won several awards: 200 km (Golden Gate San Francisco, presented at San Sebastian Festival, Centre Pompidou), for Don Giovanni (Golden Accord Vienna), for Patarei (Best experimental, Bulgaria), El Porquet (several prices), √Čtudes (Transmediale Berlin). Today is Teaching Cinema at R.J.C. University, Madrid, being the Head of the Music Department.

Patarei Prison


Inside a real Prison

Patarei Prison


Inside a real Prison
"Performance" inside a Political Prison. The idea was to relate prison spaces by a tennis ball. After that, I made a video of it.
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Patarei, a former barracks and tsarist army coastal battery, became a Prison, one of the major centers of Soviet repression in Tallinn (Estonia) as it was run by the KGB. In the Second World War, the Nazi army detained about a thousand Jews in this place. Today you can visit the lonely rooms.

The idea of this artistic "performance" was to relate the architecture spaces of a prison by a tennis ball, and create a video with that.

perhaps the video can change the way of thinking about prisons. And consequently, how to build them.


Patarei Prison


Inside a real Prison

Patarei Prison


Inside a real Prison
"Performance" inside a Political Prison. The idea was to relate prison spaces by a tennis ball. After that, I made a video of it.
File under

Patarei, a former barracks and tsarist army coastal battery, became a Prison, one of the major centers of Soviet repression in Tallinn (Estonia) as it was run by the KGB. In the Second World War, the Nazi army detained about a thousand Jews in this place. Today you can visit the lonely rooms.

The idea of this artistic "performance" was to relate the architecture spaces of a prison by a tennis ball, and create a video with that.

perhaps the video can change the way of thinking about prisons. And consequently, how to build them.



Idea by

Ricard Carbonell
Ricard Carbonell
Isaac Peral, 18
madrid
Spain
Ph.D. in cinema from the Complutense University (Madrid). A BFA from the University of Barcelona (UB), and a degree in film (ECAM, Microobert). He has won several awards: 200 km (Golden Gate San Francisco, presented at San Sebastian Festival, Centre Pompidou), for Don Giovanni (Golden Accord Vienna), for Patarei (Best experimental, Bulgaria), El Porquet (several prices), √Čtudes (Transmediale Berlin). Today is Teaching Cinema at R.J.C. University, Madrid, being the Head of the Music Department.