© Portrait of Mythia Kolesar by Beatrice Hatala, circa 1996
Visual artist and filmmaker, Mythia Kolesar (1921-2015) was of Slovak origin and resided in Paris. She worked in a variety of mediums including painting, drawing, etching on metal, crystal and semi-precious stones.
She has produced several films, installations and "filmsculptures", and shown her works in a number of exhibitions.
She also was married with the painter Jean Dewasne.
MYTHIA KOLESAR FILMOGRAPHY:
TRANSE LUCIDES 1971
TRANSE HUMANCE 1973
TRANSE PARENCE IDEANA 1973
TRANSE PERCE SURVIE 1974
TRANSE MODULÉE 1975
TRANSE URANIENNE 1973-76
TRANSES FUSIONS 1976
J‘EMBALLE CE PRECIEUX REGARD
ETHNOLOGIE DE L'ÊTRE
CISEAUX SUR CELLULOSE
CHUTES PROJETÉES DANS SOI-MÊME
in FILM PORTRAIT OF WOMEN BY WOMEN,
SURVIE TRANSE PERCE
1974 / Super 8mm / color / sound / single screen / 31' 46 / 122 €
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