Streams and Channels to host its inaugural video art screening.
On February 21st at 6 P.M., the Westchester Community College Center for Digital Art in Peekskill, NY will host the inaugural video art screening of Streams and Channels. The screening is a survey of emerging and established video artists.
In 2014 the program Avant-Noir was first organised on the occasion of the Artist’s Film Biennial at Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. It was conceived to celebrate the work of artists active in this new century who are struggling for a new value and a new perspective placed on the black image in film and video art. These essential films and videos and the artists who created them are in some cases woefully underseen, in other cases known but not celebrated nearly enough.
Microscope is very pleased to present an evening of moving image works by Korea-born, New York-based artist Hey-Yeun Jang. The program includes films, videos and 35mm slide works spanning more than 20 years, from the artist’s 1995 Super VHS video “self-denial”, made in grad school, to her 2016 “flickering” a dual 35mm slide projection piece reworking earlier Super 8mm footage of her own eye, as well as a new work-in-progress on 16mm film.
Submissions are now open for LUNATIK film and arts festival in Leipzig, Germany. The second edition will be held in June 2019 and it will consist of one weekend of film projections, live scores, video installations, workshops and more.
Send your short or medium-length films (1h max.) until March 3rd 2019: [email protected]
All genres including Fiction | Documentary | Experimental.