Hambre in Festival Ibrida pluri* – Espace Notre-Dame, Montreal-Canada
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Hambre in Festival Ibrida pluri* – Espace Notre-Dame, Montreal-Canada

In collaboration with groop*index, hambre presents the following films at Festival Ibrida pluri* – Espace Notre-Dame: – Dança dança fogo dança by Pedro Ferreira (Portugal) 2012- 6min40 – Mutizona by Leonardo Zito (Argentina) -2013- 4min2 – être chat by Sebastian Wiedemann + Juliette Yu-Ming (Brazil/Colombia/France/Japan) -2014- 19min26 More info here 17-18 July Espace Notre-Dame Montreal Canada Sigue leyendo

Persian Pickles by Jodie Mack (GBR)
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Persian Pickles by Jodie Mack (GBR)

Persian Pickles (2012, 3m, 16mm, col., sound.) Fractal phonics accompany a delicate study of paisley fabrics. A swimming study of paisley patterns traces this decorative motif from its origins in Persian weavings to appearances Irish quilting and American Counterculture. Extending on the stroboscopic tradition of anti-animation, this short material study fixates upon discarded materials to … Sigue leyendo

Realisms of Precariousness by Hambre and Colombian Film Panorama (Birkbeck University -London)
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Realisms of Precariousness by Hambre and Colombian Film Panorama (Birkbeck University -London)

Arts Week 2015: Precariousness in Latin American Cinema Radical approaches to precariousness and violence in Latin American Cinema will be showcased in a stunning quartet of contemporary films from Brazil and Colombia which will be screened at Birkbeck, University of London. Realisms of Precariousness, a three-day series of free-to-attend screenings which push the boundaries between … Sigue leyendo

On “Artists’ Cinema” and “Moving-Image Art”
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On “Artists’ Cinema” and “Moving-Image Art”

On “Artists’ Cinema” and “Moving-Image Art”* By Roger Beebe download PDF   I was asked to write about the present and future of “artists’ cinema” and “moving-image art.” This language conflates two traditions that I still have a stake in separating: experimental film and (gallery/museum) video art. It’s a move that I’ve seen frequently enough … Sigue leyendo