25/10/2010 25' 21''

Jef Cornelis (1941) is one of the pioneers of research into the language of television and its relationship to video art, documentary and the reading of history from the present, and also of the analysis of what it means to make a film. In the course of more than 25 years work at VRT, the Belgian public television corporation, Jef Cornelis directed a great deal of filmic material. His work has come to be seen as a milestone and a visual content bank of great importance to the the history of contemporary art.

In FONS AUDIO #4, Cornelis contextualises some of his works in the MACBA Collection.

SpecialsFONS ÀUDIOJef CornelisFONS ÀUDIOcollectionMACBA Collection video art