Video Screenings

VIDEO PROGRAMME AT CHB BERLIN: MONDAY 30. AUG. - THURSDAY 2. SEPT.
Curator: Mirjam Struppek
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CONNECTING HANDS
Curated by: Mirjam Struppek, PAL / Interactionfield Berlin
Time: 30.08 - 02.09. 2010 / always 9:00 pm and 11:30 pm
Selected videos from the Urban Screens Melbourne Festival
 

Finalklein by Susanne SchurichtStill of 'Finalklein' by S. Schuricht

   When hands are touching hands connections are established. With our hands we reach out. In this selection of short films hands are becoming playful symbols for a dream of networked cities and communities, but also of our sensual desire to touch. We all know meanwhile, real and virtual worlds will stay interconnected. Where are these desires leading us, when we further focus on and establish our virtual communities and online friendships? What do we have to offer the real neighbours next to us?

Dima Stefanova
Camera: A.Ivanov, cast:S.Jordanov

Offer (1999)

0'12''

Susanne Schuricht

Finalklein (2000)

8'56''

Alexandro Ladaga & Silvia Manteiga

Amniotic City (2004)

2'46''

Kit Wise

Esewhere Series (2006-2008)

2'48''

Danielle Oke

o.r.o.b.o.w. Body Canvas (2008)

2'34''

Tamsin Sharp

Cheap Flights (2008)

1'00''

Susanne Schuricht

Linebirds (2001/2004)

6'51''

Stefan Riebel

Untitled # 24 / untitled # 44 (2009)

0'42' /0'50''

 
ART TV PROGRAMME FOR FILM & VIDEO ART
Souvenirs from the Earth
Time: 30.08 - 02.09. 2010 / always 9:30 pm- 11:30 pm
 

Souveniers from Earth - Art TV Station
Souveniers from Earth

  

Souveniers from the Earth is a unique Platform broadcasting a 24/7 Film and Video art program on the European Cable network. A platform presenting works of cinematic art in high definition to a larger public.The program already went on air in 2006. During the Media Facades Festival we will have a glimpse into the TV channel and present it to our public audience for four evenings on the large window of the Collegium Hungaricum.

 

 

VIDEO PROGRAMME AT FACT LIVERPOOL: SATURDAY 4. SEPT. - SUNDAY 5. SEPT.
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I-DENT: IDENTITY AND MEDIA CONTORTION
Curated by: Omar Kholeif, FACT Liverpool

Image of 'Collision' by M. Hattler    We live in a world consumed by I-dents – advertising, sponsors, and avatars. Their ubiquity has signaled a shift in identity politics – binding us together into a digital and virtual culture that finds everyday individuals competing to become part of a streamlined whole. I-dent is a video series that pokes fun at these attitudes through acts of manipulation and transgression. By utilizing platforms traditionally restricted to advertising, such as big screens and large outdoor projection surfaces, the artists in the programme use modern media to twist and subvert I-dents and identities, along with public expectation.

Jeremy Bailey

Your Ad Here (2008)

1'08''

Ryan Trecartin

(Tommy-Chat Just E-mailed Me) (2006)

7'15''

Harold Offeh

Alien Communication (1999) 

10'00''

Takeshi Murata

Monster Movie (2005)

3'55''

Peggy Ahwesh

Warm Objects (2007)

6'00''

Max Hattler

Collission (2005)

3'00''

Craig Mulholland 

Peer to Peer (2008)

10'00''

Jeremy Bailey

3d Optical Flow Bricolage Pimpin' (2009)

2'00''

 
 
VIDEO PROGRAMME AT CHB BERLIN: MO 6. + THURS 9. SEPT  9PM  /  TUES.7. + WED 8. SEPT 10PM
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This video program will show selected artworks from our partners of our skype conference.
 
 
LICK IT UP 2008
Curated by: Véronique Collard-Bovy,Sextant & Plus / Céline Jouenne Videospread Marseille
 
Strip Tease (2003) by Nicole Tran Ba Vang
Still of 'Strip Tease'
   Videospread and Sextant et Plus are pleased to present a selection of videos from artists, Aïcha Hamu, Lionel Scoccimaro and Nicole Tran Ba Vang, which usually reserve video as a peripheral practice. The artworks question the status of the body as a vector of femininity, the impact of its representation in mass media, reflecting on our own perception and the way it can -occasionally- be stereotyped.  Divided or as a whole, the body’s representation is amusing or oddly troubling but always treated with the finest attention to detail.

Lionel Scoccimaro

Devant la Glace (2007)

2'40''

Nicole Tran Ba Vang

Strip Tease (2003)

15'40''

Aïcha Hamu

The Love and Terror Cult (2007) 

8'20''

 

   
 
DARK NIGHTS
Curated by: Mirjam Struppek for Fed Square Melbourne
 
The Message by Boris Eldagsen
Still of 'the Message' by B. Eldagsen
   'Dark Nights’ is a collection of short films brought together in acknowledgement of the risk that LED screens may create light and noise pollution in public spaces. Aimed at reducing light emission and preventing the flickering of light that is disturbing to many, the films are primarily dark tones and soft transitioning images, and are screened silently. The program has been created for the big outdoor screen at Federation Square in context of the Urban Screens Melbourne 2008.

Mike Kostner

Light and Thirst (2008)

1'25'

Dima Stefanova 

Tune in Out (2007)

1'03''

Opie Boero Imwinkelried

Placenta (2007)

4'25''

Eva Lunde, Andrea Werner

Mater (2008)

3'00''

Eva Lunde, Andrea Werner

Watery (2008)

3'05''

Michael Pinsky

Crawl (2006) 

1'00'' extract

Anne Wilson

Conversation (2007) 

0'47'' extract

Tim Skinner

Enclosed (2007)

2'38

Stefan Riebel

untitled # 24 / untitled # 44 (2009)

0'42' /0'50''

 

POETIC LANDSCAPE
Curated by: Daniela Arriado, Public Screen / i/o/lab Center for Future Arts, Starvanger, Norway

Public Screens Logo     This is a selection of videos from the 2010 Public Screens programs. The project was initiated in February 2010, and is now a permanent platform for Video Art and animation. This program proudly presents Norwegian artists Catrine Thorstensen and Brede Korsmo, British artist Jeremy Welsh and American artist Michael Bell Smith – with works that conceives the poetic of space and landscape.

Catrine Thorstensen

Landskap (2007)

3'13''

Jeremy Welsh

Trans Europe Express (2003)

1'09''

Jeremy Welsh

Time Machine (2002)

1'08''

Michael Bell-Smith

On the Grid (2007)

1'00''

Brede Korsmo

The Search (2003)

3'09''

 

   

 

MILANO IN ALTO
Selected documentations by: Urban Screen Lab, Milan, Italy
 

Tarantula, by Pippilotti Rist
'Tarantula' by Pippilotti Rist

   This program shows a selection of small sample clips of cultural screenings on the  Mediafacade 'Milano in Alto' at Piazza Duomo in Milan. Events to reestablish Duomo Square to its nature of "public place", center of aggregation, meeting and confrontation. 

Summer at Piazza Duomo ...

 

1'13''  

live interactions from COM.PA exhibition

 

2'00''

Frontiers of Interaction conference

 

1'09''

Meet the Media Guru - Giuliana Bruno

 

1'50''

Meet the Media Guru - live VJ

 

2'07''

Tarantula in collaboration with Fondazione Trussardi

 

0'50''

Film shooting with Gabriele Salvatores

 

1'29''

Milano fashion Week

 

1'44''

 
SELECTIONS FROM STREAMING MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS 2008 – 2010
Curated by: Nina Colosi and Dooeun Choi
 
Worldwide Streaming Museum
Antarctic Base of Argentina
  
This collection is an example of work by leading international artists that is suitable for the public realm because it can be viewed momentarily and entered or exited at any point, at locations where people are passing by on foot or in vehicles, or viewed for longer periods in plazas where there is seating. Viewers can visit the website to see the current exhibition, learn more about the artists, and find details on international viewing locations, opening receptions, live viewing of artworks and programs.

Eduardo Kac

Lagoglyphs (2009)

2'39''

Keryoon Han

From Right to Left (2009)

2'15''

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet

Fall (2005)

0'45''

John F. Simon, Jr.

HD Traffic (2009)

4'05''

Mark Amerika

Immobilite (2009) feature film remixes

2'43''

Sussan Deyhim, Paul Miller DJ Spooky: music, 'Azadi'

visual artists: Tarek Al-Ghoussein and Pouran Jinchi

4'45''

Aaron Koblin

The JohnnyCash Project (2010)

2'30''

Scott Draves

Dreams in High Fidelity (2008)

4'40''

Marc Barasch

Green World Campaign (ongoing)

0'30''

 

PREVIEW 2010
Curated by: Neil Sieling, Big Screen Project, New York
 
Nine Bend Stream by Carter Hodgkin
Still of 'Nine Bend Stream'
   The Big Screen Project is an innovative presentation model for video, film, live and interactive content opening in October 2010  in New York City. The content shown is eclectic ranging from the best in the arts, cinema, and new media to highlights in sports and video gaming. The vision is to expose the general public to fresh cultural content and to raise awareness for inspirational aims on subjects ranging from the ecological to the humanitarian.

Marco Brambilla

Civilization (2008)

3'00''

Brian Alfred

It’s Already the End of the World (2010)

6'37''

Carter Hodgkin

Nine Bend Stream (2009) 

4'27''

David Lynch 

Presents The Interview Project Episode 7 – Clah (2009)

4'06''
 
 
AS LONG AS IT'S DARK
Curated by: Sylvia Kouvali, Yama Screen Istanbul, Turkey
 

Still of 'All Day Doing Nothing'
   Yama is a new public art space hosted by a 6m x 9m lumacom screen that sits atop the Marmara Pera Hotel in Istanbul. Angelo is working with animated video that most of the time has the form of interactive interface websites. Killing time in the web could someone say. "All day doing nothing", is a pop image referring to the passage of time.

Angelo Plessas
Courtesy: Bilge and Haro Cumbusyan

AllDayDoingNothing.com (2006)
 
2'31''
 
     

 

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