Rrose Present is a Artist of Experimental Moving Images from Barcelona, formed in Philosophy, Fine Art and Audiovisual studies. She writes with light her "Visual Thought Notes" in which she investigates different areas of the image in its formal and dialogical relationship.
As the brain processes memories with images, Rrose processes with these her personal world, she digests (with images) the images that she receive from the neural network of the global brain and dialogue with the light of other authors:
The 16th edition of AVANT explores the Baltic countries by inviting three prominent artists: Deimantas Narkevičius (Lithuania), Ieva Balode (Latvia) and Jaan Toomik (Estonia). In addition, two fairly unknown classics will be shown, Virve Aruoja and Jaan Tooming’s Endless day (1971) that was banned by Estonian authorities, and Adolfas Mekas’ rarely screened Wind flowers (1967).
Friday, September 27, 2019 - 18:30 to Saturday, September 28, 2019 - 18:30
LUX & Club des Femmes present Evidentiary Bodies: Celebrating Barbara Hammer & Carolee Schneemann
Join LUX & Club des Femmes for a weekend of films, introductions, memories, a zine and an exhibition of ephemera and texts to celebrate the lives and work of feminist experimental artists Barbara Hammer and Carolee Schneemann.
Saturday, July 13, 2019 (All day) to Sunday, July 14, 2019 (All day)
José Antonio Sistiaga (4 May 1932, San Sebastián) is a Basque artist and experimental filmmaker best known for his feature-length hand-painted ‘direct’ film, … ere erera baleibu izik subua aruaren … (1968-70).
July 30, 17h - Cinematheque 4 Experimental Poland #1 – The Vanished World
This program tries to offer a possible and humble solution to a fundamental dilemma of our times, the one between representation and its limits. How can we represent the Shoah and how can we portray the vanished Jewish world of Poland, if we must compare Auschwitz to “an earthquake [that] destroys not only lives, buildings, and objects but also the instruments used to measure earthquakes directly or indirectly (Lyotard)”?
As an extension of her exhibition at Matadero's Nave 0, Cineteca hosts AR, FOGO, TERRA, ÁGUA, a carte blanche in which the Brazilian artist Ana Vaz (Brasilia, 1986) puts her own work in dialogue with a personal history of cinema in which claims a poetic-physics of impurity. From Bruce Baillie to Toshio Matsumoto, through the new Latin American cinemas and the North American avant-garde, Vaz invites us on an elementary journey - air, fire, earth, water - for a personal and political, artistic and ethnographic cinema.
The Forgiveness of Judith Malina considers the ethics of forgiveness in the context of the Holocaust.The film features never-before-seen footage of late theater director Judith Malina with an original score by James Sclavunos of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.