Upon release in 2012 they returned to the US and made Car Wash Incident, a film Jack and Leigh Ruby had been planning for several years that is the first in a series inspired by the scam portfolios from their past life. Car Wash Incident is a video installation consisting of 25-minute two-channel video loop with an eight-channel audio system.
I Must First Apologize… is the culmination of a major project by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige, an exhibit featuring an extensive body of work in film, sculpture, photography, and installation looking at the history of online spam and scamming. The artists have collected and archived more than 4,000 scams, a certain kind of spam email since 1999.
Culturegraphy investigates cultural information exchange over time also known as ‘memes’. These networks can provide new insights into the rich interconnections of cultural development. The graphics represent complex relationships of movie references by combining macro views summarizing 100 years of movie influences.
Inspired by this revolutionary concept, the artists have undertaken three multiverse journeys across space and time, travelling from the atomic scale reality of DNA into the mind of thinking machines in the future who believe Alan Turing is their creator, through to the point of no return at the edge of a black hole.
The exhibition is constructed along two main curatorial axes. The first highlights the literal act of staging through which each of the featured artists conceives and presents their video(s) within a distinct physical space. The second, a metaphorical one, emphasizes the process by which the artists present their subjects within the films themselves.
Sansour examines the politics of archeology and how myths of the past can become historic interventions with the power to create nationhood. The exhibition will present screenings of her most recent film together with an installation and three large-scale photographic works.
Saro-Wiwa’s films began as explorations of both performance and story-telling inspired by the aesthetics and heightened dramatic narrative of Nollywood films. The artist uses constructed drama to expose the raw vulnerability involved in demonstrating love, enactments of belief and expressions of sorrow.
Tripp has always taken an interest in the question of construction, fluidity, and getting beyond identities, Caecilia Tripp’s solo exhibition brings together an emblematic collection of earlier works that the artist has produced since 2004, as well as a number of new pieces that can be seen for the first time.
LOOP 2016 will draw attention to the hybrid zone between cinema and artists’ films and videos. Many artists experiment with the thin line between cinema and the moving image, which are seeking to expand their practice in the creation of pieces for the exhibition space.
Curated by: François Bovier and Balthazar Lovay As the first exhibition dedicated to experimental Swiss cinema, Film Implosion! sheds light on a little known... Read More...
HARP is designed to assist mid-career individual artists or collaborative teams (writers, performers, composers, directors, designers, dramaturgs, puppeteers, dancers, singers) working in a hybrid form in live performance. Hybrid form refers to the full integration (not just as backdrop) of two or more genres (theatre, dance, music, puppetry, media, and visual art) in the work.
The 21st annual international conference organized by the Department Filosofia, Comunicazione e Spettacolo (formerly Dipartimento Comunicazione e Spettacolo) of... Read More...
The Festivals of Live Cinema project is a unique collaboration between Czech and Norwegian platforms for film and contemporary art of the moving image. With the participation of a number of international artists, curators and scholars, Screen City and PAF articulate the questions raised by the so-called phenomenon of Live Cinema today.
Transient Visions is accepting submissions of challenging and experimental short films and videos, 20 minutes or less, from emerging and established artists/filmmakers across the globe.
This spring, Munich will once again spotlight media art. Under the motto "Science & Fiction", the second edition of the world's most unique art film festival, KINO DER KUNST, will be held from April 22–26, 2015.
CinéWomen launches its fourth annual call for women artists, filmmakers and choreographers. CinéWomen continues showcasing video, film and dance practice from around the world.
Gabriel Menotti teaches at Communication Department of UFES in Vitória, Brasil, he is independent curator and researcher engaged with many forms of cinema
The second edition of New Frankfurt Internationals: Solid Signs addresses the interest many artists have been showing for some time now in the physical presence of artworks and in the revitalization of traditional artistic techniques and materials.