--- NOFEST 2017: Non è un pranzo di gala (NOFEST 2017 - Is not a dinner party)
The image: the image is missing.
With too much hustle and excessive envy you tried to cage the cinematic image inside logic and schemes which it resisted in every possible way, and in this same resistance not only the image but affirmed its existence, at the same time, also was vented, these logic cages, of which every time nothing remained but the possibility through which, incessantly, they went to replenish itself, reiterating that their attempt to-present the image. But the image does not show up, it indeed exists to presentification and this exist.
Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 20:30 to Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 23:00
LACDA Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles will be introducing a new exhibit on March 11th at 6PM. This is a juried competition featuring curation by owner Rex Bruce, Kathryn Poindexter of the California Museum of Photography, and Max Presneill of the Torrance Art Museum. Also includes video art and experimental film by M. Woods, Victor Acevedo, JE Sharpe, Gary Justis, and many more incredible artists.
Saturday, March 11, 2017 - 06:00 to Saturday, April 1, 2017 - 09:15
Filmed on several visits to the Scottish Borders, the film focuses on Scotland's unique heritage: sheep breeding, textile art, the tradition of wool spinning and unique landscapes are all represented in an impressionistic arc of color and movement.
On the occasion of the exhibition entitled "Introspective" dedicated to LaM (Lille Métropole Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary Art and Art Brut), in Villeneuve-d'Ascq from 24 February to 4 June 2017, Light Cone invites the artist Michel Nedjar.
Kerry Laitala is deeply involved in working directly with the cinematographic medium - filming, editing and sound design - as well as in the optical printing of much of the material, to transform it into celluloid gems of strange resonance.
Karel Doing presents a programme of films that explore the borders of the "readable image", fluctuating between havoc and absence. Patterns emerge out of disorder, and meaning is found in vacuum. The cinema screen provides a universe on its own, letting the viewer travel through space and time while visiting the outer borders of cognition.