Edward Luyken

Edward Luyken op IFFR

Edward LUYKEN (1950) attended art school in Rotterdam. He is a sculptor, film maker, musician and writer. In the late 1970s he bought his first camera and started making films as an autodidact. His body of work consists of about fifty films, mostly made on 16mm.

Filmography

Zero-one (1978, short), La rencontre (1978, short), Sept-zero-seven (containing 10 projects for 3-screen projection) (1978), White Line Fever (1978), Tikal Temple (1979), Berliner Luft (1979), Panam (1979), Entr'acte (1979, short), Triple Headed Complex (1979), Ten Past Six (1979, short), Seeway (1979), Bangkok Baby (1980), Bukit Timah (1980), Double Happiness (1980, short), Tokio Hoya 5-10-2 (1980), Tatami (1980, short), Network (1980, short), Watermill Triangle (1982), Doublet (1982), Dutch Headline Builders (1982), Down Under Salut (1982, short), Hembrug (1983, short), Teamspirit (1983, short), 14 minuten (1984, short), Beef Up (1985, short), Split Brain (1986, short), De macht der twee (1987, short), Zuurstof (1988, short), Celvast (1989), Vuursteen (1990, short), Bloed en vuur (1992, short), Turning Point (1992, short), Gasunie (1993, short), Hembrug (1994, short), Ansetzung (1994, short), Weltzstein (1995, short), Armature (1996, short), Missing Link (1997, short), Anima Mundi (1998, short), Constructie (1998, short), Quaestor (1999, short), Tegenkracht (2002, short), Dobra Voda (2002, short), Mariaheim (2004, short), Stoneback (2005, short), Grondverf/Groundpaint (2006), Tabula Rasa (2006, short), Rettich (2008, short), Zeewier/Sea Grass (2009, short), Assemblage (2010, short), Traject (2010, short)


Edward Luyken op IFFR

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