Le Guess Who

13- 15 november 2020 – Le Guess Who launched an Open Call for autonomous, abstract work of video art related to the theme Representing the Underrepresented.

LGW ON introduces a freely accessible online TV channel, broadcasting 13-15 November, with films and documentaries selected by past performers, Reports from Other Continents, previously unseen LGW recordings, and more.

Open Call Video Art features work by Katja Verheul, Félix Blume, Savyasachi Anju Prabir, Jerom Fischer & Boris Acket, Inge Reisberman, Michiel Keller and Inge Reisberman, Rosa Ensemble, Alexandra Karelina, Rob Feulner, David Carrasco D., Charles-André Coderre, Mena El Shazly, Florian Guibert, Andrea Centonza, Jildert Viet, Femke Huurdeman, Aennor, and Katie Glavey.



A film by Inge Reisberman and Michiel Keller.

The Meelfabriek in Leiden has been vacant for a long time, but is now in transition into a modern complex with private homes, businesses, hotel and wellness center. Video artist Inge Reisberman has been working in the flour factory for years, sometimes with the assistance of filmmaker Michiel Keller. Together they have conceived the plan to make a tribute to the empty factory complex with its raw beauty.

A current employee of the flour factory, who has known the building for years, and has therefore also acquired a special connection with it, makes his rounds through the buildings. He says goodbye to the spaces in his own way. An end of a period.

Screening 26 & 27 September 2020
De Meelfabriek,
Meelfabriekplein 1, Leiden (navigation: Oosterkerkstraat 18, 2312 SN Leiden)

Closing Time is een film van Inge Reisberman en Michiel Keller


Eleven artists, a poet and a photographer. The artists in the exhibition ‘ELF’ were given a synthetic skull. My contribution is the video ==CRACK== in an installation with the remains of the skull. Iniator and curator ELF: Walter Koemig.

26 September to 27 October 2020
Marktsteeg 10, Leiden

==CRACK== video, full HD, 03.10 min., sound, installation with the remains of the skull

Dubbelportret – Double Portrait

Old School Leiden – postponed
Two Leiden based artists and two refugee artists with a residence permit, who have a connection with Leiden, meet each other for the first time.

These meetings have been filmed. Two short films have been made. The short films and the work created during the exchange will be exhibited and presented in Old School in Leiden. Meta Knol (director of Museum De Lakenhal) will lead a discussion platform.

In the project sculptor Izaak Zwartjes is linked to Ayman Ghoujal (photographer and filmmaker) and video artist Inge Reisberman to Aeham Al Sadoon (actor).

more information….

Pieterskerkhof 4-A
2311 SR Leiden

Dubbelportret Leiden
Foto’s: Ayman Ghoujal


Kadmium, Delft

Animatie Top of the Lake van Inge Reisberman
Still from animation Top of the Lake, 06.48 min, no sound

Top of the Lake is an animation consisting of 38 blending frames. The work was projected in a specially built cabin. Curator: Jaco van der Vaart.

Noise Reduction

From 12 January to 16 February 2020 Art Gallery O-68 in Velp presented drawings by Lenneke van der Goot (Arnhem), videos by Inge Reisberman (Leiden) and sculptures by Coen Vernooij (Nijmegen). An exhibition about creating and redefining space. The opening was performed by Marjolein de Groen (Collection de Groen).

Artist Talk:
On Sunday 16 February I gave an Artist Talk in the gallery with the title A Saucerful of Secrets.

Art Gallery O-68
Oranjestraat 74, Velp

Acquisition video triptych Respice Finem

Exitium uit de videoserie Respice finem van Inge Reisberman
Exitium from series Respice Finem, full hd, 04.55 min., sound

I am delighted with the acquisition of the videos Exitium, Periculum and Contemplatio from the Respice Finem series by Rijksmuseum Twenthe.

Respice Finem is a series of five videos inspired by the biblical story Sodom and Gomorrah. The acquired triptych forms the heart of the series.

The video installation was on show at Rijksmuseum Twenthe from 26 January to 25 August 2019.

Linked / Unlinked

Inge Reisberman presents video works in the Red Carpet Lounge

8 en 9 december 2018
Stand-alone videos, recent and older works, which are not part of a series.
Red Carpet Lounge, Stationsweg 31-33, Leiden.

Dialogue#01 (2017) is a short film, made by Inge Reisberman and Michiel Keller. Two men get to know each other, carefully explore each other’s physical boundaries. The film has been shown before during Leiden International Short Film Experience and in the Voice4thought festival, also in Leiden.

In Hemerocallis (2018) a daytime lily was filmed from very close up, manipulating the process from flowering to decay.

In addition, various other video works will be shown.

DIALOGUE#01, video van Inge Reisberman en Michiel Keller
DIALOGUE#01, short film of Inge Reisberman en Michiel Keller

Announcement Respice Finem

April 2018

The video installation Respice Finem is completed after one and a half years. The series consists of five works.

The theme of the video series Respice Finem (lat. Think about the end) finds its origin in the biblical story Sodom and Gomorrah, which deals with destruction as punishment for a wicked and godless way of life. Only the family of Lot is saved from above, provided one order is obeyed during the flight: you will not look back. However, Lot’s wife cannot control her curiosity and yet she looks back; she deforms into a pillar of salt.

Not being able to resist curiosity, this is a quality in human nature that can have disastrous consequences – as in the case of Lot’s wife – but can also produce “timeless” moments.

Respice Finem consists of the following video works:

Circulus Vitae
Ars Moriendi

Inge Reisberman-still uit videotriptiek respice finem
Still uit Respice Finem, drieluik editie