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Este programa reúne a nueve videoartistas letones propuestos por Sandra Kempele, Directora del Latvian Video Art Archiven.The Arts Center NOASS con sede en Riga, Letonia tiene como objetivo apoyar y promover el arte contemporáneo letón a partir  del establecimiento de este proyecto desde hace más de 20 años. Desde 2001, NOASS acoge el festival Waterpieces, una plataforma para el arte contemporáneo y el videoarte. El archivo de videoarte letón cubre el toda la historia del videoarte letón desde finales 1980 hasta la actualidad.

Al acabar las proyecciones se entablará un coloquio con Sandra Kempele, Directora del Latvian Video Art Archiven, invitada por MADATAC desde Riga, Letonia, para presentar este programa de videoarte único en España, abriendo al público su participación mediante un turno de ruegos y preguntas.

 

This program brings together nine Latvian video artists proposed by Sandra Kempele, Director of Latvian Video Art Archiven.The Arts Center NOASS based in Riga, Latvia aims to support and promote Latvian contemporary art since the project’s establishment more than 20 years ago. Since 2001, NOASS hosts Waterpieces festival, a platform for contemporary art and video works, partner festival programme screening and competitions. The Latvian Video Art Archive covers the entire history of Latvian video art from the late 1980s to the present day.

At the end of the screening, a colloquium will be initiated with Sandra Kempele, Director of the Latvian Video Art Archiven, invited by MADATAC from Riga, Latvia, to present this unique video art program in Spain, opening its participation to the public through a turn of requests and questions.

 

 

OBRAS / WORKS:

 

      DURACIÓN TOTAL / TOTAL LENGTH:  45′

 

 

 

Tā viņš i’ (That’s How It Goes)

Tā viņš i’ (That’s How It Goes)

1
CILPA (LOOP)

CILPA (LOOP)

2
SOIL SOUNDS OF LATVIA: IRBENE

SOIL SOUNDS OF LATVIA: IRBENE

3
REVERSE

REVERSE

4
JE NE DORS PLUS

JE NE DORS PLUS

5
DARBIBU STARPTELPA (Action Midspace)

DARBIBU STARPTELPA (Action Midspace)

6
Zaļā mistērija / The Green Mystery

Zaļā mistērija / The Green Mystery

7
SPECTATING THE GROUNDHOG DAY

SPECTATING THE GROUNDHOG DAY

8
FLESH TO FLESH

FLESH TO FLESH

9

 

 

 

 

Detalles

Fecha:
abril 20
Hora:
17:00 - 19:00
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MADATAC XI
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madatac.es

Local

Cine Estudio del Circulo de Bellas Artes
Calle del Marqués de Casa Riera, 4
Madrid, Madrid 28014 España
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915 21 35 09
Web:
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SOBRE MADATAC

 

MADATAC – Muestra de Arte Digital Audiovisual y Tecnologías Avanzadas Acontemporáneas-, es una plataforma internacional, independiente y sin fines de lucro para la cultura audiovisual de los nuevos medios. Con una filosofía abierta, enmarcada dentro de una apuesta universalista, pedagógica y de acceso libre, que pone especial énfasis en la innovación, la originalidad, el riesgo y la poeticidad de los proyectos audiovisuales enfocados hacia el arte experimental de los nuevos medios, tiene el objetivo de servir de laboratorio real, virtual e itinerante donde los artistas puedan presentar sus más recientes creaciones. Con ello se pretende apoyar y descubrir trabajos de investigación en este campo que emplean las nuevas tecnologías aplicadas al arte audiovisual y la nueva imagen en movimiento, reconociendo la excelencia creadora de aquellos artistas que fusionan, desde una perspectiva interdisciplinar, el mundo de la técnica con el de la imaginación, desafiando las narrativas convencionales, con el propósito de construir puentes planetarios entre artistas, audiencia y organizaciones volcadas hacia el arte más transformador. La máas reciente novedad de MADATAC es el lanzamiento de su Museo Virtual Transmadatac,  una multiplataforma en línea para arte audiovisual digital y tecnologías avanzadas aplicadas a New Media Art y a la Realidad Virtual, mediante una inmersión interactiva con gafas de realidad virtual (VR).

 

MADATAC bridges artistic relations and collaborations dedicated to give visibility, divulge, stimulate the creativity and productive capacity and strengthen the sustainability of audio-visual and video art in all its modalities (any processes of image-sound interaction, without exclusion of the experimental cinema), with the aim to offer a platform for all those emergent video artists, as well as to the consecrated artists, who contribute with renewing proposals, avoid conventional visual language and does not find their place in other mass media spaces. MADATAC is a non-profit and independent project that promotes a cultural diversity approach for cutting edge experimental audio-visual culture, that particularly values innovation, originality and risk-taking art projects, as well establish a meeting point where European and International new media and video artists, curators, collectors, critics, art dealers, cultural promoters and general audience can discover what is going on in this art fields and exchange experiences so to institute the foundation for a new concept of moving image art. The objective is to encourage the participation of citizens in the digital new media art culture and to promote the exchange of knowledge between professionals with collaborative projects which serve as a collective laboratory where artists can present their most recent creations to the greater public, as well to the trained members of the community, to attain a fruitful feedback between themselves and as a way towards an interaction with society. We established an understanding space that offer the necessary references towards where is heading the contemporary audio-visual art and the new moving image, reinforced by a Cyberculture & New Media Art Symposium, with master classes,
conferences, colloquies, debates, round tables, performances, technical short courses and workshops, given by the participants artists as well by recognized theorists and professionals of the
medium (as Brian Eno, Roy Ascott, Derrick de Kerchkove, Ryoji Ikeda, Lech Majewski, Reynold Reynolds, Claudia Gianetti, José Ramón Alcalá,), so that they can exhibit and can teach to the audience how they work, communicate their expectations, projects of future, or the approach they have or wish to have on the field in which they develop their creativity. On the other side, our activities are directed to new creative tendencies that evolve parallel to the technological advances in all
levels, as well stimulate the investigation and promotion of innovative digital projects applied to the arts, science and the mass media, trying to search a confluence between academic and experimental processes in order to create essentially projects based on the recognition of the innovating contribution. MADATAC ending project is the Transmadatac Virtual Museum,  an on-line interactive multi-platform for Audio Visual Art andm,Advanced Technologies applied to New Media Art.

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