Rob Feulner (b. 1987) is a video artist hailing from Montréal, Québec. Armed with a stack of VCRs, circuit-bent equipment, and a disregard for electrical shocks, Rob Feulner dives wrist-deep into open machinery to manipulate tape heads and moving parts, creating a landscape of video tracking errors and glitches used to confront modern political malaise. His work has appeared in the Indianapolis Museum of Art, has been broadcasted by The Cartoon Network, and performed alongside MacArthur Fellowship prize winner Anne Carson during a performance of her play Antigone. Established in 2014, Feulner's video art label Bleu Nuit Video curates underrepresented like-minded artists through DVD and VHS home releases.

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Puerto Rico Tautology
(14 dubs high)

Video
2016
6:59

Pivot, Forward, Collapse

Video
2018
2:51
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Video Art for

Conditional Malaise

Home Video Release
2017
29:04
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Off the Air 5x04

"NewNow (Analog Video Remix)"

Television / Web Broadcast
2018
11:51
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The Burning Desire

in a Dollar Bill

Video
2017
5:06
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Carmen

Live Performance &
Home Video Release
2018 / 2020
14:52
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Video installation
2017
7:46

Man and His

Progress

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Bleu Nuit
Video

Video art distribution and home video releases
2014 - Present

info [at] bleunuitvideo [dot] com

© 2017 by Rob Feulner