Videoart// Installation – “Cantos da Aldeia”

  • November 6, 2017

“Cantos da Aldeia” was produced and presented during the art residency “Reminiscência”, based in the village Luz (Aldeia da Luz) in Portugal, hosted and organised by Museu da Luz.

Written and directed by Ivb Filmes (Inês von Bonhorst)
DOP by Yuri Pirondi
Edit and sound by Inês von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi
Performed by Marta AngelozziEdgar De OliveiraKátia Sá, Inês von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi
Thank you to Junta de Freguseia da Luz and Museu da Luz
A special Thanks to Yuri Pirondi

“Reminiscência” art residency in Aldeia da Luz – Portugal

  • November 6, 2017

Three months ago Inês von BonhorstYuri PirondiMarta AngelozziEdgar De OliveiraKátia Sá and Paulo Morais had the pleasure to be invited by Museu da Luz to create and exhibition, installations and performance in the amazing village of Luz (Aldeia da Luz) this video is the final result of that incredible experience.

“Allegoria” award at Porto Fashion film Festival

  • November 6, 2017

“Allegoria” directed by Inês von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi just won the best author fashion movie of the Porto Fashion Film Festival

“Allegoria” was official selected at Canadian International film festival, La Jolla international film festival and at Porto Fashion film festival
At La Jolla fashion film festival it was nominated to Best Cinematography, Best Make-up and Best Narration

Directed by Ines von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi
Stylist: Daniela Corcio,
Starring Caterin Valdivieso (@2morrow IMAGE),
Make-up and Hair Stylist: Rossano Fasano,
Director of Photography Giancarlo Morieri,
Music by Michael Picknett,
Gaffer: Roberto Odorici,
Narration by Angelica Patti,
Produced by Makkina.
Clothing by Ikonostas,
Shoes by CAROLIN HOLZHUBERVittorio Ceccoli Jewelry.

Linea Retta Documentary

  • November 6, 2017

“Lines Retta” a documentary directed by Inês von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi was Premier at Mideateca Santa Teresa in Milan,

Linea Retta is a 30-minute documentary about the panorama of Art du Deplecement and Parkour, joining two cities at the extremities of the Italian peninsula: Milan and Palermo.

“In the definition of Art Du Déplacement, two are the keywords: Art and Movement. – states the founder of the discipline Laurent Piemontesi – “Through Art, there is a body of work devoted to the development of our inner part, the invisible. With the Movement, however, we explore and discover the world and people; The movement is good for our body, in other words: the visible. ”

Official selected to Cote d’Azur Sport film festival and Palermo Sport film festival

Filmed commissioned by SUN68
Executive producer: Alessandra Fossati @ LUISA BERTOLDO PRESS OFFICE


Banday Festival – Live video performance

  • November 6, 2017

Inês von Bonhorst & Yuri Pirondi were projecting Live videos during the concert of the Italian band Biasanot (, concert organised and presented at Banday Festival


  • February 27, 2017

The film Queen is part of the Official Selection of Bokeh South African Fashion Film Festival
and was presented in ELEGANT magazine:
Filmed and Edited by Yuri Pirondi & Ines von Bonhorst,
Photography by Federico Barbieri.
Concept, Team Coordinator, Make up and Hair: Rossano Fasano,
Stylist Carolina Bergonzoni,
Model Kate Gorby at Major Model Management – Milano.
Clothing by Ikonostas, Carla G., Armani, Krizia International, Calvin Klein. Jewellery by Mara Garbin Jewels and Vittorio Ceccoli Jewelry.

Luogo Ameno – Art Residency – Calabria // Italy

  • February 27, 2017

A work by: Ines von Bonhorst and Yuri Pirondi (video/performance), Paulo Morais (sound/installation), Alexandra Baybutt (performance).
Luogo Ameno is an art project that explores the memories and the emotive response of the town of Pizzo and the abandoned spaces of the 1960s Cinema Mele.
The residency/event took place at ExCinemaMeleAperto in Pizzo Calabro, Italy on August 2016
Thanks to Giuseppe Mele, Aldo Scuticchio e Pino Granatiero.

Luogo Ameno was reviewed in the amazing italian art magazines:

ATP Diary:


  • February 27, 2017

Presented at GIV LOWE gallery // Lisbon // Portugal

Memorabilia refers to anything that commemorates an event.
Memorabilia was coined from the Latin word memorare, meaning “to bring to mind.” You save memorabilia to help you remember, or jog your memory.

Seven artists, Yuri Pirondi, Inês von Bonhorst, Paulo Morais, Paolo Zerbini, Rupert Jaeger, Marta Angelozzi and Edgar de Oliveira, recalled a personal childhood place or memory and explored the idea of whether a memory can be forgotten and then remembered.
Like hazy memory instances and occurrences their work seems like clouds floating across a coloured sky. They used photography and installation as a way for express their feelings.

This exhibition is the result of one year of research and shows recollections of fragmental memories such as amusement parks, hazy landscapes and hidden places.

Inês von Bonhorst in collaboration with Paulo Morais they created “Estafeta”

MEMORIEdiunaNOTTE – “La Bella Dorme”

  • February 27, 2017

Collaboration work between Inês von Bonhorst, Yuri Pirondi and the group music Biasanot

Music by BIASANOT (Matteo Pellegrini, Greta Benatti, Matteo Penta)
Images by Ines von Bonhorst and Yuri Pirondi
Performance for the camera by Alexandra Baybutt
Recorded during Cattivi Maestri Festival at Troisi theatre, Nonantola, Modena on November 2016

NIKE – CR7 Chapter 3: Discovery

  • February 27, 2017

Short documentary about the life of Cristiano Ronaldo made for NIKE
All shot in Lisbon // Portugal