Director: Marc van den Broek
Germany, 2016, 7 min
Crew:Producer & Cast: Marc J. M. van den Broek - Camera: Meinolf Schmitz - Editor: Jörn Falldorf - Sound Design: Stephan Höfler - Postproduction/Postproduktion: Optical Art Digital & Film
Email:edition AT marcvandenbroek.de
About the director
Marc van den Broek - Marc Jozef Margareta van den Broek was born 1953 in Mortsel-Antwerp and is a Belgian artist. In the early 1980s, he focused largely on spatial installations based on a symbiosis of art and technology: the flying objects known as mutants. He began developing works of kinetic art, culminating in the Archaic-Technological-Metamorphosis (A.TE.M.) in 1987-1989. A.TE.M. is the manifest expression of his overall intellectual and spiritual concept: The archaic is represented by the basic forms (sphere, cube and pyramid); the technological aspect is the principle underlying the construction of the objects, and metamorphosis is realized in the movements of the objects. Inspired by intensive, long-term cooperation with leading industrial and commercial firms, he developed the project entitled "The Work of Art in Corporations". He continued to pursue his art in New York (1998-2008), where he worked with numerous well-known companies. #MEAT is the first film of Marc van den Broek.
Director Marc J. M. van den Broek will be available for a Q&A following both the June 5 screening at Wythe Hotel and the June 11 screening at Windmill Studios.