(W)hole Earth is a programme dedicated to the displacement and distribution of matter. It constructs and maps a landscape that has calmly formed over millions of years and then disrupts it, observing the possibilities of creation and the impact on those closest to the stone (1). Not forgetting those of us elsewhere, it asks; what is left in the place of material loss? And what happens when we attend to the magnitude of its absence? (2)
Online free in the UK Monday 15 August 2022 19:00 for 48hrs.
Monday, August 15, 2022 - 19:00 to Wednesday, August 17, 2022 - 19:00
A Body (sur)renders/Un Cuerpo (se)rinde is a psychophysical (term coined from my theater practice) hybrid film screening & live performance where images, audio and movement are intertwined for the audience to experience it as a single synchronized piece. The films included, shot over the past 4 years, are a testimony of many transitions in my life and where I manifest my identity as trans nonbinary. The performance pieces connect and expand the films to make my personal/artistic process a tangible experience for the audience. (This project was supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.)
Queer|Art is excited to announce the winners of the 2021 Barbara Hammer Lesbian Experimental Filmmaking Grant, collaborative duo, Desireena Almoradie and Barbara Malaran. The New York-based filmmakers will receive a $7,000 cash grant, as well as studio visits with members of the judging panel in support of their creative and professional development.
The sixth edition of the Laterale Film Festival will take place in Cosenza (Italy) at Cinema San Nicola from September 5th to 7th 2022. This year's edition, under the them of 'think invisible things', brings a selection of fifteen works from all over the world.
Monday, September 5, 2022 (All day) to Wednesday, September 7, 2022 (All day)
For one weekend only, Daniel & Clara's Landscape Imaginary comes to 303 Projects in Lowestoft!
An exhibition of moving image, polaroids and mail art exploring the relationship between psychology and place, looking at how we imbue places with meaning, and how in turn landscape, weather and the environment impact our imagination and state of mind.
Saturday, August 20, 2022 - 12:00 to Sunday, August 21, 2022 - 17:00
CCJ is pleased to partner with Go Hiraswa to present Michiko Sasaki’s To Die Sometime (1974), a remarkable film diary comprised of photographs of the protests at the Nihon University All-Campus Joint Struggle Committee (Nichidai Zenkyōtō) and film fragments depicting everyday life. It is an unusual filmic experiment that combined invaluable document of the protests from 1968 through 1974 and images from Sasaki’s personal life.
Altered Images is a project for film and music experimentation. We bring together artists from various disciplines to create original and unique pieces that will be shown at different events. We are focused in New Media Arts, Sound, Performance, Inclusivity, Feminism and Queer Activism.
Call for submissions is now open for the 16th Busan International Video Art Festival.
BIVAF mainly introduces video artworks that deal with contemporary social issues. In particular, we plan to invite works on post-Soviet spaces and cities this year, and we would like to select works that can be presented together through the open call. The submissions are open from 1 to 20 August. For details, please refer to the guidelines below. You can also find the guidelines and Google Forms link on our website and Social media. Thank you for your interest.
Plicnik Collective presents n∰menon, a video installation developed by Amelie Mckee and Melle Nieling at Künstlerhaus Dortmund. The work hints at an undisclosed occurrence through a series of interviews. The interviewees contrast and confuse, turning the phenomenon into both a spiritual spectacle and an economic force. The sculptures are conceived as apparatuses, sized to the human body they outline the absence of a user. The work prompts us to examine a continuous feeling of paranoid threat, in which the unknown opens the imagination.
Saturday, July 30, 2022 (All day) to Thursday, August 4, 2022 (All day)