The PhotoPhore, proud screening partner of Microwave Festival 2017, opens its call for artists “CYBER HUMAN LANDS“. The contest gives the possibility to 3 winners to be the protagonists of the first online exhibition hosted by the PhotoPhore and Microwave Festival. Selected videos will be screened on-line on the PhotoPhore website and Facebook, and on Microwave Facebook page, for the whole duration of the festival: October 6-30, 2017.
Now it its 4th year, San Diego Underground Film Festival (SDUFF) is San Diego's premier showcase of experimentation in video, film, and audio based mediums. A strong DIY ethos, combined with an art school brain and a punk rock heart makes the San Diego Underground Film Festival a unique place for films, videos, and audio pieces that strive to push the boundaries of accepted form and content. Films and videos that dissent radically in form or technique will be our priority in selections.
Repeats every week 1 times. Also includes Sun Apr 29 2018, Wed May 30 2018, Fri Jun 15 2018.
Pi Artworks London is pleased to present Family Reunion curated by Jessica Ziskind. This exhibition continues the gallery’s commitment to supporting and forming partnerships with Goldsmiths MFA Curating students and alumni during the summer season. In this fifth collaboration, the exhibition recalls the ritual of coming together, one that transcends culture and geography, assuming different dynamics—some humorous, some somber, some celebratory, some born of necessity.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 (All day) to Thursday, September 21, 2017 (All day)
Allan Brown was born in Quebec, Canada. Over the course of 30 years he has made 26 short films, one feature-length film, and three collective projects. His work has been awarded at Stuttgart Filmwinter (Germany), Semana de cine experimental de Madrid (Spain), Alternative Film/Video in Belgrade, and other festivals. This two-part screening program across two evenings presents the first career survey of Brown's work in Europe. The program includes a 16mm projector performance and also the world premiere of Brown's newest work "Wishful Thinking".
Avant-Noir is an irregular film programme curated by Greg de Cuir Jr that surveys recent work by African and African diaspora film and video artists, alongside those engaging with African cultures. It is rare that we see Black bodies on screens at film festivals and exhibitions, perhaps even rarer when Black artists create those images.