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  • LaborBerlin 2.0 - FILM AIN'T DEAD

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    LaborBerlin is an artist-run film lab open to everyone interested in analogue film practice, embracing an experimental & DIY approach to moving image production.

    We have started a crowdfunding campaign, aiming to buy professional film processing and printing equipment from Film16, a lab near Cologne, that has recently closed its doors forever.

    www.igg.me/at/filmaintdead

    This is a decisive step towards our artistic autonomy (and of anyone interested in joining our collective), and it will ensure the future of analogue film culture.

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    Jueves, Marzo 24, 2016 (Todo el día)
  • Taller de Mark Street: "Sonido e Imágenes: una relación impugnada"

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    Impartido por Mark Street, cineasta y profesor de producción de video y cine en el Visual Art Department at Fordham University-Lincoln Center.

    ¿Cómo yuxtaponer el ruido y el lenguaje visual? Vamos a usar sonido grabado e imágenes creadas en el taller para con eso crear piezas cortas en las que el sonido y las imágenes “funcionan juntas como un relevo” (Robert Bresson).

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    Martes, Marzo 1, 2016 - De 17:00 hasta 21:00
    Miércoles, Marzo 2, 2016 - De 17:00 hasta 21:00
    Jueves, Marzo 3, 2016 - De 17:00 hasta 21:00

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  • Alchemy Film And Moving Image Festival 2016: Artists’ Filmmaking Symposium

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    The 2016 Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Scotland’s international festival dedicated to experimental film and artists’ moving image, will open on Thursday 14th April with the Filmmaking Symposium; an unique event that in its past 3 years has proven to be immensely successful. Open to all, and aimed at both aspiring and established filmmakers or artists working within moving image, the Symposium features talks and presentations by revered filmmakers and leading industry figures.  It provides a rare opportunity to meet and mingle with a range of experts closely involved the making, funding, and distribution of experimental films and artists’ moving image, along with students and fans of the arts.

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    Jueves, Abril 14, 2016 (Todo el día)

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  • Workshop: Projector as an instrument, by Floris Vanhoof

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    "An immediate form of creating image and sound, a play on the possibilities offered by the film projectors, a use of mechanical machines in performance, discover what you can do with multiple projectors running simultaneously.

    Performances with multiple projectors offer artist-filmmakers the opportunity to expand their spectrum of lumino-pictorical techniques. With modified 16mm projectors, conventional tools become personal instruments for transforming images loops of pure black and white into immersive perceptual phenomenons. Abstract forms and strobe pulsing on the screen slowly transform when adding additional projectors, overlays creating strange halos, bizarre 3D expansions and contractions. When more projectors are added, there occurs an intense sensory overload of light, sound and color."

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    Sábado, Febrero 20, 2016 - De 10:00 hasta 17:00
    Domingo, Febrero 21, 2016 - De 10:00 hasta 17:00

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  • The Set Speaks

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    The Set Speaks is a two-month continuous live stream featuring seven artist-groups who will produce week-long performances from a 641 square foot studio in Chicago. Provided with 24/7 access, four cameras, a video switcher, a computer and a connection to the internet, each group will create their own 168-hour live, durational work. Borrowing from the ubiquitous forms of nature cams and security feeds, the live broadcasts will be equal parts moving image works and portraits of the artists at play, rest, rehearsal, and performance. Taking shape and enduring alongside the viewers’ real-times, the interests and subjectivities embedded in the works will amount to seven takes on simultaneity. Stop-by, call-in, and watch: YYYYMMDD#NewGlobalMatriarchy2 Queens in a Kitchen, soap operas, still LIVEs, and more.

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    De Lunes, Febrero 8, 2016 (Todo el día) hasta Jueves, Marzo 31, 2016 (Todo el día)

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  • Silent Signal Symposium

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    In partnership with QUAD and the University of Derby, Animate Projects presents the Silent Signal Symposium to accompany the exhibition of Silent Signal, six new experimental animations produced through collaborations between artists and scientists.

    Taking Silent Signal as a departure point for a broader look at collaboration at the intersection of art, science and technology, the day will feature a keynote address by curator Hannah Redler, plus presentations from the Silent Signal artist/scientist collaborators, and panel discussions with those from the fields of both art and science including bioethicist Dr Silvia Camporesi, Kings’s College London, curator Dr Sarah Cook, University of Dundee, sociologist Dr Gill Haddow, University of Edinburgh and artists boredomresearch and Eric Schockmel.

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    Viernes, Febrero 26, 2016 (Todo el día)

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  • Nathaniel Dorsky: Film Stills

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    Every shot is the narrative and the narrative is every shot.” from “Devotional Cinema” by Nathaniel Dorsky

    Peter Blum is pleased to announce an exhibition of photographic works by Nathaniel Dorsky. Film Stills is the first exhibition of the artist’s work at Peter Blum Gallery on view at 20 West 57th Street, New York. There will be an opening reception on Thursday November 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibition runs through January 9, 2016.

    Nathaniel Dorsky’s photographs extract intimate moments of observation from his acclaimed silent films. This exhibition features a suite of 30 archival pigment prints that distill the poetic spatial layering of the films. If Dorsky’s films are like a waking dream, then the film stills are a memory of that dream—a crystallization of the meditative state achieved by the moving image and an absolute value by which to measure the fleetingness of our collective existence.

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    De Jueves, Noviembre 19, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Enero 9, 2016 (Todo el día)

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  • FILM IMPLOSION! Experiments in Swiss Cinema and Moving Images

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    As the first exhibition dedicated to experimental Swiss cinema, Film Implosion! sheds light on a little known aspect of art history in Switzerland. It presents a wide panorama of genre practices within the medium of cinema more specifically, but also video work, from the 1960ʼs to today. Through formal interventions directly on the celluloid, various in-situ installations, unconventional documentaries, political, feminist, animated, and fiction films, all these artists challenged the traditional codes of cinema.

    For the past four years, and with the help of the SNF (Swiss National Fund), researchers François Bovier, Adeena Mey, Fred Truniger, and Thomas Schärer have been investigating experimental cinema in Switzerland. From this considerable excavating and mapping work, stems Fri Artʼs proposal for the firstever exhibition on this subject.   For the most part unseen, some 70 artworks, in digital or 16-mm format and signed by artists ranging from Fredi M. Murer, Dieter Meier, Carole Roussopoulos, Dieter Roth, HHK Schoenherr, Hannes Schüpbach, or Peter Stämpfli will be shown. The exhibition will also include video works, installations, and para-filmic objects spanning 50 years of radical creativity.

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    De Sábado, Noviembre 21, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Febrero 21, 2016 (Todo el día)

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  • ACRE TV: Tele-novela

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    Curated by Robyn Farrell

    Tele-novela is a genre of limited-run drama series popular on Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish television networks. The term combines tele, short for televisión or televisão (Spanish and Portuguese words for television), and novela, a Spanish and Portuguese word for “novel”. Symbolic, social, or technological, Tele-novela mimics the serial and structural nature of the pop cultural programs, but moves from linear story to abstracted narrative, and experimental play by electronic means. Arranged in three-part acts and ranging in media–video, sound, animated GIFs–and durational formats, the sequential productions on ACRE TV present a departure from their operatic tradition in favor of abstracted realities and dispersed fictions that simultaneously explore and avoid the notion of formal narrative on screen.

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    De Martes, Septiembre 1, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Sábado, Octubre 31, 2015 (Todo el día)

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  • Visiones Contemporáneas #VC008: Eli Cortiñas

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    Tras inaugurar la tercera temporada del proyecto Visiones contemporáneas, últimas tendencias en el cine y vídeo en España, con la obra del colectivo Left Hand Rotation, Playtime Audiovisuales presenta el nuevo ciclo de este 2015, dedicado al trabajo de Eli Cortiñas.

    Artista multidisciplinar, se dedica a la escultura, la instalación y el collage además del vídeo. Nació en Canarias pero reside en Alemania desde 1995. Su obra audiovisual se enmarca fundamentalmente, dentro de la práctica del apropiacionismo. Una obra crítica y reflexiva en la que son recurrentes temas relacionados con los convencionalismos sociales y los estereotipos en el mundo del arte contemporáneo. Todo ello englobado siempre en una mirada donde la mujer, en sus diferentes roles, es el centro del discurso.

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    De Miércoles, Junio 3, 2015 (Todo el día) hasta Domingo, Septiembre 27, 2015 (Todo el día)

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