OPEN CALL - Deadline 29 February 2024 site specific and video art exhibition series by murmurcontemporary
melting walls (volume 1) upcoming
The concept of Melting Walls series of exhibitions, comes from the idea to open up opportunities to present and engage diverse audiences into an anthropologic perspective for a creative experimental walk.
Microscope is very pleased to present a screening and artist talk with Joel Schlemowitz in connection with his current solo exhibition “ƨlɒƨɿɘvɘЯ” at the gallery, which remains on view through Saturday December 2nd.
The Winnipeg Underground Film Festival is an annual showcase for contemporary experimental film + video, taking place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Our next festival runs from May 31- June 2.
WUFF seeks new and engaging moving-image works that deviate from traditional cinematic forms (whatever that means). Stronger consideration will be given to work running under 30 minutes and those completed in 2022 or later.
The UCLA Film and Television Archive and Chicano Studies Research Center present two nights of Raphael Montañez Ortiz’s films, music and video art. Ortiz is a key figure of the 1960s international “Destruction in Art” movement, U.S.-based Guerrilla Theater and Latino art (including as founder of El Museo del Barrio). His extensive media collection — archived at UCLA — includes footage documenting the emergence of performance, installation art and experimental music in New York City. This two-night program surveys the full scope of his media art since the late 1950s.
Cafe Oto hosts the first ever residency by purge.xxx, a label celebrated by The Wire magazine for its ‘disregard for the music industry, self-promotion and prevailing cultural norms,’ and an ‘ability to elevate distinct works and the obscure artists behind them.’
Thursday 23 November 2023, 7.30pm Nkisi + Maggie Nicols Feat. Ellen Freed (New Noveta) + Adam Christensen With Tom Wheatley And David Aird (Vindicatrix)
Curated by Robin Roblee-Strauss Works in original 16mm format In person & online
Microscope is very pleased to present a rare screening of films by Dutch filmmaker Barbara Meter — a central figure of the experimental film scene in the Netherlands starting from the 1970s and co-founder of the influential avant-garde film venue “Electric Cinema” in Amsterdam — curated by Robin Roblee-Strauss. All the films in the 55-minute long program will be screened in their original format.
EGYPT: DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES is a film program investigating questions of utopian dreams and dystopian nightmares in modern and contemporary Egypt following the army officers movement in 1952. This survey features works by filmmakers and artists from different generations who work across various film styles and narrative frameworks.
Wednesday, December 6, 2023 (All day) to Sunday, December 31, 2023 (All day)