The first monographic exhibition of KOW in Madrid shows previously unknown, early works by the American artist, filmmaker and feminist Barbara Hammer. Between 1968 and 1971, the first experimental films, photographs and works on paper were created, which chart the path of this pioneer of queer cinema.
Opening: September 13th, 5:00 PM
De Viernes, Septiembre 14, 2018 (Todo el día) hasta Jueves, Enero 31, 2019 (Todo el día)
Cinema Parenthèse presents Land/Scapes, a series in three programs with films by Claes Söderquist (Sweden), Els van Riel (Belgium), and Werner Nekes (Germany), that seeks to explore the encounter of film and the expanse of landscape. The encounter stages the possibility on the one hand of the investigation of historical and dimensional aspects of space, and on the other, a reflective reconnaissance of the film medium.
Fascinated by the “erratic meetings and schisms” of images, artefacts and histories, Canadian artist Corin Sworn builds her research into “scripts,” sometimes as objects and propositions in a gallery, sometimes as characters and narratives in a film.
Las películas de Yoko Ono ocupan un lugar capital en la historia del cine experimental estadounidense en la década de los años sesenta del pasado siglo, un momento de especial efervescencia creativa, una época de desafíos formales, industriales, artísticos y políticos, y una época en la que el cine comenzó a ser visto, sin tapujos, por muchos artistas como un medio de expresión y experimentación al mismo nivel que la performance, las artes plásticas o el arte sonoro.
You are welcome to submit. MONO NO AWARE is an international exhibition open to any person or group of persons making contemporary art that incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a sculpture, installation, dance, or expanded cinema performance. For example: blending film & theater performance, musicians creating a visual experience for their sound, & experimental filmmakers working with storytellers. Works existing on digital video will not be considered. All moving images should be from an analog source.
After 43 years publishing writers from around the world, Orlando-based literary journal, The Florida Review has a new online platform, Aquifer: The Florida Review Online. With this new site The Florida Review aims toexpand the scope of its publications to include visual art and new media formats. Aquifer is pleased to announce a rolling call for submissions of film and video work for longterm online publication.