so what is it exactly:
An audiovisual statement. A collection. An experience.
Real-time artifacts of contemporary culture.
SCREENPLAY represents contemporary audiovisual art with special focus on generative or cinematographic performance as well as performance involving live-camera-feedback.
SCREENPLAY shows an eclectic selection of artists who explore aestetic principles on the frontiers of new technologies, interactive story-telling and the interplay of audio and video.
Besides showing a cross-section of contemporary live-cinema performances, SCREENPLAYwill host a panel discussion for artists, researchers and critics to exchange and elaborate on their viewpoints about the development of the ‘live-cinema’ artforms.
Is ‘live-cinema’ a furthe advancement of classic cinema or a new form of expression in the light of modern ‘real-time’ technologies and ideas?
With other words, this is not a festival, more like a one night event with discussion, lot of performances and installation. Nothing else. We try to give an overview, what are these categories like: Audiovisual performance, live cinema, expanded cinema.
If you in Berlin please come and visit our event at the 9th of april.
location: Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (.CHB)
and a list of artists:
- Abstract Birds (IT)
- Collage d’Ombre (DE/ES/FR)
- Elektro Moon + Unstable Routine (HU/PL)
- Exlex (HU)
- Iduun (FR)
- Marco Donnarumma (IT)
- Olga Mink (NL)
- Pixel Noizz (HU)
- Solu (FI)
- Yagama (BG/DE)
- Yroyto (FR)
- Ilan Katin (US/HU/DE)
our website: http://chb.screenplaynights.com/en/av-night/artists/
and our trailer: