The doors, part of the exhibition The Light Emitting City (Night of hope), Grote Kerk, The Hague, on april 7, 2012. video-installation with video-shots taken from opening and closing doors from over three-hundred electricity stations, throughout the city of The Hague. Paul Wiegerinck, 2012.
Video Paul Wiegerinck, 2007. A video wih the camera attached to rotating objects like a bicycle wheel, a ceiling ventilator and others. Exhibited at the Spanjaardshof Gallery, visible from the street also.
Paul Wiegerinck, 2010 No sound. Played on a Dropstuff screen in the hall of Central station The Hague during the summer of 2011.
Paul Wiegerinck, video 2011. Traces from the workspaces from former printer Voortvaren inThe Hague.
The Hague, seen from doors of transformer stations. Maart 2006, artist: Paul Wiegerinck. Short version 3 minutes. Full version 57 minutes (over 300 doors). With logistic and financial support from Stroom The Hague and Eneco BV Rotterdam.
Paul Wiegerinck, Artis, Den Bosch, 1999. Programma korte en experimentele films.
Paul Wiegerinck, study.
Video shot in1991 in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, edited in 2008. Paul Wiegerinck and Bob Lens. Played at Blago Bung no.2, at the Emily Harvey Foundation, New York. Curated by Michel Collet and Patrice Lerochereuil.
Video installation about yourself. October 2009, at the cinema of the Spanjaardshof, The Hague. Artists: Jolanda Jansen and Paul Wiegerinck.
Paul Wiegerinck, 2009. From a series of 10. Video's in several appartments in Hong Kong. Curated by Veronica Kam.
Paul Wiegerinck and Bob Lens, 2011.
Exhibition organized by Stroom, The Hague, Haagse Kunstkring, contribution Paul Wiegerinck, 2002.
Video shot in the The Hague Gemeentemuseum in 1991, edited in 2009. Paul Wiegerinck and Bob Lens.
Paul Wiegerinck, 1996. Thanks to Stroom, The Hague.
A video fragment shot at the The Hague Gemeentemuseum in 1990, edited in 2009. Paul Wiegerinck and Bob Lens.
On may 15 2008 during the Zenith festival in the Paleiskerk in The Hague, two Shostakovich pieces were performed live, together with live video projections by Paul wiegerinck, a Dutch visual artist. Thanks to Marlijn Helder.
Paul Wiegerinck and Bob Lens 2010.