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1. Anselm House: You Are A Whole Person

Anselm House: You Are A Whole Person

Life is not meant to be a collection of disconnected dots. In this video, we introduced the new name and vision for Anselm House, a Christian community at the University of Minnesota that seeks to see the world and approach life as God created them to be: whole. See the website we created at

2. Anselm Kiefer: Remembering the Future

  • Published: 2014-11-17T13:03:52+00:00
  • Duration: 3840
  • By Jack Cocker
Anselm Kiefer: Remembering the Future

Having achieved fame and notoriety in equal measure in the 1980s, Anselm Kiefer has become one of the world's most singular and successful artists. Working with themes of history, memory and mythology, Kiefer produces work that is consistently controversial and monumental in its scale and ambition. In this film for the BBC's 'Imagine' series, Alan Yentob joins the artist at his studios in France and Germany as he prepares for a retrospective at the Royal Academy. In a series of frank interviews against the backdrop of his awe-inspiring studios, Kiefer discusses the forces that drive him, installs a selection of new work, and explains why he is as excited and driven by his practice now, at the age of 69, as he was when he began.

3. Anselm Kiefer

Anselm Kiefer

A short film on Anselm Kiefer

4. Anselm Kiefer : Operation Sea Lion

Anselm Kiefer : Operation Sea Lion

Arena (1991). Anselm Kiefer talks about the subject of his work - Germany's Past - and through Wagnerian legend, historical conjecture and modern urban folk tales, he offers a personal view of Germany in 1991 against the background of a changing Europe.

5. showreel anselm belser

  • Published: 2014-02-02T17:35:21+00:00
  • Duration: 137
  • By anselm belser
showreel anselm belser

finally my first showreel. enjoy!

6. Anselm Kiefer: Art is Spiritual

Anselm Kiefer: Art is Spiritual

Meet the extolled German artist, Anselm Kiefer, who lives for the process of creating, argues that history is a moldable material, considers art a spiritual occupation and refers to himself as a “dinosaur”. Art is a spiritual occupation, capturing a form of contact that science can’t: “It makes a connection between things that are separated,” Kiefer argues. In his mind, his works should continually evolve and be fluid. The process of creating is of utmost importance to him, as it is the process rather than the end that has his interest, and what’s between the paintings rather than in them. “I am a dinosaur – I paint myself,” he comments. Kiefer argues that history is a material, which is moldable like argil, and in this way becomes less horrific as it is possible to reform it. “History shows that humankind has a wrong construction in their head…it’s badly done,” he continues, half-jokingly remarking that if an airplane had such a construction, it would fall down all the time. He, however, does not consider it his job as an artist to express a certain attitude towards history: “I just show it like I see it.” Anselm Kiefer (born 1945) is a German painter and sculptor. His works incorporate materials such as straw, ash, clay, lead and shellac. Spirituality and history are important themes in Kiefer’s works, which frequently address and seek to process taboo and often dark, controversial issues from recent history, such as the horrors of the Holocaust. Kiefer, whose style is often linked to ‘New Symbolism’, lives and works primarily in Paris, France and in Alcáder do Sal, Portugal. Anselm Kiefer was interviewed by Tim Marlow at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in 2010. Camera: Marie Friis Forchhammer Edited by: Marie Friis Forchhammer Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2015 Supported by Nordea-fonden

7. Behind the scenes: Anselm Kiefer's studio at Barjac

Behind the scenes: Anselm Kiefer's studio at Barjac

The artist Anselm Kiefer moved to Barjac, near Nîmes in the south of France, in 1992. Over time, his home and studio complex there - built on the site of an abandoned silk factory - expanded to include a series of extraordinary interventions in the landscape. Kiefer has compared his studios to laboratories, and says they are also akin to refineries or mines. Although he now lives and works in Paris, Barjac continues to provide many of the materials for his work. It also acts as an exhibition venue, displaying sculptures, paintings and installations in some 50 different enclosures across the site. Read more here: Anselm Kiefer Royal Academy of Arts 27 September — 14 December 2014 Sponsored by BNP Paribas

8. "Dior" - Anselm Reyle // Commercial

Web Film for DIOR accessories line by conceptual german artist ANSELM REYLE. Director: Jean Horon / BandOriginale Director of photography: emmanuel lakkari // [email protected] Band Originale showreel: Website: links: FanPage Facebook: My Showreel:

9. Anselm Kiefer - Buchstaben

10. Anselm Kiefer Bücher Part 1

  • Published: 2013-03-11T12:20:29+00:00
  • Duration: 708
  • By MKM
Anselm Kiefer Bücher Part 1

Zuspieler im Rahmen der Ausstellung "Joseph Beuys und Anselm Kiefer. Zeichnungen - Gouachen - Bücher" vom 29.06. bis 30.09 20212 im MKM Museum Küppersmühle für Moderne Kunst Duisburg

11. Anselm von Seherr-Thoss FX Have Ur Say ! Vol. 1

Anselm von Seherr-Thoss FX Have Ur Say ! Vol. 1

Anselm (or Ansi, as he is fondly known) candidly 'Have His Say' here on , 1) What was the best FX scene (and from which movie) that you have seen in 2017, and why do you rate it highly? 2) What do you feel in your view, are some developments in visual effects for movies that are much needed which will increase the creativity and productivity for FX artists? thinkingParticles 6 has released our Drop 6 (Feb 2018) and with the all new feature, ALL PURPOSE FIELDS, fx players can do even more volumetric particles in motion with greater ease! Check in on our Drop 6 videos on this Channel. Visit cebas Visual Technology major flagship software for 3dsmax/3dMax includes 2017 major release finalRender trueHybrid (TM), thinkingParticles, finalToon and PSD-Manager. Go to for more info. Educational license, please write to Cedar Thokme [email protected]

12. Anselm Kiefer, Documentary, 2014

  • Published: 2015-07-19T21:04:24+00:00
  • Duration: 3840
  • By kunstbetrieb

13. Dan Smith & David Hanagan Anselm's Session

  • Published: 2011-05-16T17:50:37+00:00
  • Duration: 89
  • By David Hanagan
Dan Smith & David Hanagan Anselm's Session

Myself and Dan Smith rode a little bench plaza in St. Anselm's School, This edit is the result of the one and a half hour session that ensued, Enjoy. Filmed By: David Hanagan & Dan Smith Edited By: David Hanagan Song: Four Tet - Ribbons

14. Behind the scenes: Anselm Kiefer

Behind the scenes: Anselm Kiefer

The restoration of a monumental Kiefer, which is shown in this video report, is a fine example of public-private collaboration. The collectors Mr and Mrs De Heus-Zomer have given the painting entitled 'Wohin wir uns wenden im Gewitter der Rosen, ist die Nacht mit Dornen erhellt' in perpetual loan to Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. The museum will use its expertise for the restoration and conservation of this magnificent canvas. Anselm Kiefer painted this work, which is made up of three parts, in 1998. In May 2013, it was restored and mainly consolidated in close cooperation with the Redivivus restoration studio of Gwendolyn Boevé-Jones. Kiefer did not, in fact, work only in paint, but mixed this with sand, attached metal wires and barbed wires to the canvas and even included dried flowers. This resulted in a visually rich, heavy and complex whole, which is at the same time very vulnerable because of the variety of materials. The restoration took place under the auspices of the museum and in good consultation with the owners Henk and Victoria de Heus-Zomer. The process took place behind closed doors, but now this video reveals all to the public. Credits Thanks to: Henk en Victioria de Heus-Zomer, Medewerkers restauratieatelier Redivivus, Gwendolyn Perdue Boevé-Jones, Noor Mertens, Medewerkers Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Judith van de Hulsbeek. Direction: Charlotte van Regenmortel & Anouk Wouters Camera & editing: Anouk Wouters Music: "Stance Gives You Balance" by Hogan Grip "Eileen" by Lee Rosevere "Flicker" by Origamibiro

15. Northman, making of , Anselm v. Seherr-Thoss

Northman, making of , Anselm v. Seherr-Thoss

FXTD Artist: Anselm V. Seherr-Thoss (Encore Hollywood) ; Refuge Visual FX; Atomic Fiction;, DayforNight GmbH/ Cebas Visual Technology thinkingParticles was used in the visual effects for the movie, Northmen - a Viking Saga released October 2014- March 2015. Produced by DayforNight GmbH. The biggest project so far by Anselm, FXTD, with a thinkingParticles-centered pipeline! Showing climax scene flames - TOP VIEW - collapsing castle tower - fire-smoke-rubble. Anselm was interviewed by cebas for his visual effects insights, see "Let me give you a sneak peek into the climax of the movie: in the film there is a scene where the vikings hid inside an ancient tower that gets torched and eventually crumbles. thinkingParticles was a great FX tool to get a quick by off from the director. What I did was to animate a Cylinder and a few Helpers for the Director’s preview and upon approval, I used the very same, simple geometry to drive the high rise tower referencing the Cylinder, etc. Animation changes were only done on the low res/previz level and everything else would fall in place due to the procedural nature of the thinkingParticles ! The tower was pre-fragmented with RayFire and re-attached together, then piped into thinkingParticles6. It was hassle-free. .." (Anselm Von Seherr-Thoss) More awesome tP VFX @ Please support ! Click Follow for more amazing vfx and rendering interviews and videos from cebas! You can also find our posts at

16. Anselm Kiefer at the RA: Take a look inside

Anselm Kiefer at the RA: Take a look inside

Exhibition curator Kathleen Soriano and Head of Artistic Programming Tim Marlow introduce some of the highlights of the exhibition 'Anselm Kiefer' at the Royal Academy of Arts. For more information see

17. Anselm

  • Published: 2009-05-03T20:25:12+00:00
  • Duration: 130
  • By aaron holloway

written and directed by Aaron Holloway Cinematography by Bret curry Edited and scored by Raziq Brown

18. Anselm Wagner / Showreel 2012

  • Published: 2012-03-20T01:36:35+00:00
  • Duration: 89
  • By Anselm Wagner
Anselm Wagner / Showreel 2012

Hello! I'm a Virtual Design student at University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern in Germany. You're watching my 2012 showreel. At the moment I'm looking for an internship. Shot breakdown can be found here: Feel free to drop me a line and thank you for watching! Music: Com Truise - Futureworld

19. Conferência Anselm Jappe

Conferência Anselm Jappe

terça 23 abril 2013 A conferência de Anselm Jappe, seguida de debate, tratará da questão do trabalho, tal como ela se apresenta hoje, na época em que o conhecimento, o “general intellect”, se tornou o principal fator de produção e a mercadoria incorpora cada vez menos trabalho humano. À medida que as tecnologias foram substituindo os trabalhadores, o trabalho foi-se tornando mais escasso e o desemprego um grande problema social. Repensar o conceito de trabalho e retirá-lo do lugar central que detém na organização da sociedade é a grande tarefa do nosso tempo. A situação com que estamos confrontados tornou-se um dos aspetos fundamentais da crise do capitalismo, que tem de responder a um número crescente de excluídos e supranumerários, e está na base do anúncio do fim da sociedade de trabalho.

20. The Woodcuts by Anselm Kiefer - Albertina Curator Antonia Hoerschelmann

The Woodcuts by Anselm Kiefer - Albertina Curator Antonia Hoerschelmann

Like an alchemist, the artist processes the dark matter as if it sprang up from the bowels of the earth. The pictures are composed like sedimentations, layers of efforts and of sketches, of blotches, gestures and drawn structures, with manifold materials, like wood, cardboard, paper, even text fragments and words. The 35 woodcarvings, chosen by curator Antonia Hoerschelmann and Anselm Kiefer, are not arranged in chronological but in thematic order. As often with Anselm Kiefer, their topics were inspired by the imagery of German history, and the formats are of impressive dimensions, each measuring a couple of metres in height and width. Kiefer’s woodcarvings combine expressionisms’ intuitive energy with a contemplative component that invites to reflection and meditation. These elements seem to be related to the alchemistic transformation processes that were the artist’s interest during his entire career. (written by Cem Angeli) Museum Albertina | A CastYourArt production |