Folloneras

folloneras

Hoy, viernes 19 de junio, se presenta en Madrid, a las 20h en Café Molar, el fanzine Folloneras de ¡Hostia un Libro!, en el que ando por alguna página hablando de señoras que arman follones sonoros. Por donde no andaré es por la presentación, porque no estoy en el mismo espacio-tiempo, pero vayan ustedes si pueden y me cuentan. Hay también una exposición, y con suerte hasta les dan algo de comer.

100-y-pico páginas y más de 70 colaboraciones entre artículos, relatos, poemas, ilustraciones, fotografías y cómic dedicados a todas aquellas mujeres que ya sea a base de empujones y guantazos físicos, conceptuales o verbales han destacado culturalmente por su amor al follón.

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La luz expandida: Nuevas tecnologías en el videoarte español [4 de junio, Madrid]

El próximo jueves 4 de junio se proyecta uno de mis vídeos en el Espacio Fundación Telefónica de Madrid dentro del ciclo audiovisual en torno a Jim Campbell comisariado por Playtime Audiovisuales. El programa incluye seis cortometrajes de diversos artistas y un coloquio en torno a la luz y el videoarte con Jaime Munárriz, Alba G. Corral, Hugo Alonso y Juanjo Fernández.

Proyecciones:

Kinematope [Gare d’Austerlitz], de Pablo Valbuena. 2014. 3’
Conversaciones con el espacio, de Juanjo Fernández aka Gnomalab. 2014. 10’
Ruminant. 2012. 8’30″ y Site Unseen, de Alba G. Corral. 2012. 6’
Travelling to nowhere, de Hugo Alonso. 2010. 4’41”
Scan, de Hugo Alonso. 2010. 1’20”
Inverse Reverse, de Blanca Rego. 2010. 15’26”
Le vent et su mesure, de Jaime de los Ríos. 2015. 5’57”

Programa completo y reserva de entradas (es gratis) en Espacio Fundación Telefónica

NoiseVideo Festival 2015

“Since our start in 2012 we made few good things such as Brasil on Art (first online festival of Brazilian films on Art with Sao Paulo MoveCineArte Festival). We have investigated the representation of architecture with live sessions at Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Serbia and through the online format EVA (Experimental Video Architecture) Festival. Recently with the Circuit of Auckland with have streamed ‘Goodnight Kiwi’ an online session of New Zealand video art. Also since 2014 we have started the “Special Guest” programme with live streaming session aimed at introducing the work of single artist such as Mircea Nicolae, Federica Cogo, Brit Bunkley, Luciana Beneduce.

With 2015 we are happy to launch our new format titled NOISE VIDEO Festival that will present a short selection of videos that engage the dialogue between sound production and video/cinematic design. The goal is to explore this interaction field in the visual art. For this first edition we will present a wide gamma of possible approaches as a chance to start a debate and make it available to a wide audience. For this we have invited a group of authors to participate in this online festival that will take place from 3rd April – 3rd of May 2015.”

FILMS INVITED:

AARON CLUB
Hyperions Schicksalslied
Italy, 2013
time: 3′ 30”
Watch from HERE

THE UNSTITUTE
Wrong
UK, 2012
time: 4′ 35”
Watch from HERE

JENNIFER JUNIPER STRATFORDIO
Radioactive Dreams
US, 2014
time: 5′ 29”
Watch from HERE

ERIC SOUTHER
Dissecting Muybridge Excerpts Part 1
US, 2014
time: 14′ 14”
Watch from HERE

LARRY WANG
Ghosts
US, 2014
time: 1′ 38”
Watch from HERE

JESSE MALMED
Conque
US, 2014
time: 8′ 47”
Watch from HERE

BLANCA REGO
Engram (Optical Sound #001)
Spain, 2012
time: 2′ 27”
Watch from HERE

CHARLES COHEN
Figures
US, 2014
time: 1′ 00”
Watch from HERE

BENJAMIN DUCROZ
Press +
Australia, 2009
time: 1′ 27′
Watch from HERE

NATHAN THOMPSON
Zero Return
New Zealand, 2007
time: 9′ 44′
Watch from HERE

KIM ASENDORF
News From the Webcoast
Germany, 2011
time: 5′ 00”
Watch from HERE

LISSA MITCHELL
Rain
New Zealand, 1998
time: 8′ 40”
Watch from HERE

EMILY ALDEN FOSTER
Learning to Use the Alphabet
US, 2013
time: 3′ 36”
Watch from HERE

HOOLIGANSHIP
Super Sellody
US, 2008
time: 1′ 41”
Watch from HERE

GERALD WHITE
Bruxelles Double Sens
Belgium, 2013
time: 3′ 17”
Watch from HERE

More information at FilmEsssay

The Digital Muddy Expanded Media Festival V1.0: Crisis of the Visible

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Glifcker at The Digital Muddy Expanded Media Festival V1.0: Crisis of the Visible

Crisis of the Visual is an expanded media exhibition curated by Nia Burks. Each of the selected works in the show explores a different avenue of issues related to expiration, trace, and temporality in artworks that exist in an environment where preservation, documentation, and relic are highly regarded within the platform of their creation. Digital space is marked by view counts, likes, photographic or physical “evidence” and other markers of audience/creator presence that display traces of an artworks occupancy in a world where their survival is constantly being threatened by shelf life, planned obsolescence, and malfunctioning technology. Crisis of the Visual aims to explore what it means to create works of electronic art whose presence is constantly plunging into the past; a space too excessive to be regimented or contained. As events disappear with the progression of time itself, a work of art enters the crisis and instability of what it means to address presence in electronic and digital art. By utilizing the processes and concepts of signal manipulation, compression artifacting, memory, digital floaters and depth, RGB spectrums, object lust, entertainment, and movement, the artworks shown engage in a discussion about the promises and failures of the absolute.”

DAS2015: An exhibition of the digital moving image [3-7 March, Belfast]

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DAS has selected works by Katrina Stamatopoulos and Alexandra Spence, David Begley, Bernadette Comac and Blanca Rego (that’s me).

The work will be screened at the Beanbag Cinema in Donegall Street from the 3rd to the 7th of March. Opening hours will be 1 – 4pm.

There will be a reception on Thursday 5th March from 6-9pm. All are welcome.

Beanbag Cinema, 23 Donegall Street, Belfast. BT1 2FF

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