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Jordi Colomer
2010 - 2011
A triptych films that deals with the relationship between urban space and human activity.
Shot in Co-Op City, Levittown and The Hamptons, each film articulates itself around a character who re-enacts his own activity.



CO OP CITY
2010

Video | Master HDCAM | 8' 13''

Director: Jordi Colomer | Cast: Javier Guzmán Mendoza | Image: Rodrigo Avilés | Camera assistant: Jorge Manzur, Raymond Flynn | Sound: Stephen Dirkes | Executive producer: Carolina Olivares | Editing: Adolf Alcanyiz | Produced by: Co-producciones (Barcelona) with the collaboration of
The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Institut Ramon Llull, Conca, ARGOS centre for art and media


Co-op City, a 40-tower area built in the seventies in the middle of the Bronx. Today, as shown in the first film, none of its 50,000 inhabitants seems to ride the traffic ways, which are strangely devoted to the routes of delivery men.



LEVITTOWN

2011
Video | Master 2K | 14' 35''
Director: Jordi Colomer | Cast: Ilyssa Franco, Joan Lemieux, Emili Lemieux, Julia Lemieux, Grace Lemieux, Oscar Boyson | Image: Rodrigo Aviles | Camera assistant: Esteban Garcia Torres, Deirdre Canle | Sound: Gautam K. Choudhury | Executive producer: Carolina Olivares, Oscar Boyson | Production Assistant: Lofty Nathan | Editing: Adolf Alcanyiz | Produced by: CO producciones, with the collaboration of ARGOS centre for art and media


Levittown, New York, is regarded as the first planned community and a symbol of the golden fifties; a typical example of North-American suburbia, a model which has been exported around the world.



THE HAMPTONS

2011
Video | Master 2K | 4' 40''
Director: Jordi Colomer | Cast: Martine Langatta, David Erdman, Karen Earle, Martha Murray | Image: Rodrigo Aviles | Camera assistant: Esteban Garcia Torres, Deirdre Canle | Sound: Gautam K. Choudhury | Executive producer: Carolina Olivares, Oscar Boyson | Editing: Adolf Alcanyiz | Produced by: CO producciones with the collaboration of ARGOS centre for art and media


The late modern week-end utopia.