ARCTIC MOVING IMAGE SEMINAR 2018
Oct
19
to Oct 21
NO

ARCTIC MOVING IMAGE SEMINAR 2018

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3 dagers morgenseminar
Fredag 19. - søndag 21. oktober
Kl 10.00 - 12.00 hver dag
Sted: Scandic Hotell Harstad
Pris: Kr 50,-

Nicolas Siepen vil holde et tre-dagers seminar på festivalen, der du vil bli invitert til å aktivt engasjere deg med programmet innen 'bevegelige bilder' på festivalen. Om du er interessert i bevegelige bilder, altså videokunst, eksperimentell film og tidsbaserte installasjoner og skulpturer, eller en aktør innen kunst og/eller film, så er du hjertelig velkommen. Seminaret er strukturert rundt tre økter, en hver dag, på hver 2 timer fredag 19. oktober til søndag 21. oktober, der gruppen blir invitert til å delta aktivt i diskusjoner om utvalgte verk som vises på festivalen og hvordan disse forholder seg til aktuelle diskusjoner i kunstverdenen og i henhold til bevegelige bilders praksis. Temaer som kuratoriske problemer, lokaler og festivalens struktur vil også kunne diskuteres, og det er mulig å reflektere over eventuelt eget arbeid i forhold til diskusjonen. Seminaret er for kunstnere, filmskapere, kuratorer, skribenter, forskere, studenter og andre som er engasjert med film og bevegelige bilder innenfor sin egen praksis, eller de som bare er interessert i bevegelige bilder. Deltakerne vil bli forventet å delta på hver økt og å bidra med å bestemme programmet gjennom en kombinasjon av åpen, kritisk respons og selvrefleksjon. Workshopavgiften inkluderer adgang til de utvalgte visningene på festivalen som vil diskuteres på workshop'en.

Nicolas Siepen er kunstner, filmskaper, forfatter og forlegger, og tidligere professor ved Tromsø Kunstakademi.

3 day morning seminar
Friday 19 - Sunday 21 October
10.00 am - 12.00 hver dag
Venue: Scandic Hotel Harstad
Ticket price: NOK 50,- (approx GBP 5,-)

Nicolas Siepen will hold a three-day morning seminar at Arctic Moving Image & Film Festival. The seminar will respond to and actively engage with the 'moving image' programme of the festival. It will be structured around three, two and a half-hour long sessions every morning from Friday 19 October to Sunday 21 October (10.00am-12.00am) at Harstad Scandic Hotel, where the group will be joined by artists involved in the festival. The members of the group will be invited to actively participate in the sessions, and reflect upon their own work if applicable. Seminar participants will also attend the festivals screenings free of charge, and draw upon and interrogate their responses to these – extending from themes, issues, curatorial premises and the festival’s structure itself to individual works as they relate to a developing, ongoing conversation around contemporary moving image practices.

The seminar is for artists, filmmakers, curators, writers, researchers, students and others engaged with film and moving image within their own practice. Also people who have no professional link to film and moving image, but who are interested in learning more about the field, are invited. Participants will be expected to attend every session and to fully contribute in determining the programme through a combination of open, critical response and self-reflection.

Tickets: NOK 50,- Your place on the seminar includes a free festival pass. Limited places. We will email you with more information before the seminar starts.

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Paneldiskusjon om kunst i offentlige rom
Oct
20
11:00 AM11:00
NO

Paneldiskusjon om kunst i offentlige rom

 One Infinite Loop, Ørjan Amundsen (AMIFF, 2017)

One Infinite Loop, Ørjan Amundsen (AMIFF, 2017)

Lørdag 20. okt kl.11.00 / Harstad Bibliotek / Gratis

En paneldiskusjon om kunst i offentlige rom moderert av Mike Sperlinger, professor ved Kunstakademiet i Oslo. Diskusjonen vil foregå på på engelsk.

I panelet: Vanina Saracino (kurator for AMIFF 2017 and 2018, uavhengig kurator, OLHO), Helga Marie Norby (gjestekurator for AMIFF 2018, SALT, LIAF) Daniela Arriado (Screen City, Art Republic, PNEK) og Ingeborg Annie Lindahl (kunstner basert i Harstad).

The French film director Jean-Luc Godard once wrote that in the cinema «people are many (together) to be alone in front of the screen», whereas with television «people are alone to be many (together) in front of the screen». But, some forty years later, the moving image is developing new and ever more complex relationships to both audiences and to public space: film festivals are increasingly using unusual venues and the city at large (including outdoor spaces), whilst simultaneously we increasingly watch all kinds of moving image in the palm of our hand. A panel of curators, filmmakers and artists will speculate about where these radical changes to sites and circulation of moving images might be pointing us. - Mike Sperlinger.

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Panel discussion - art in public spaces
Oct
20
11:00 AM11:00
ENG

Panel discussion - art in public spaces

 One Infinite Loop, Ørjan Amundsen (AMIFF, 2017)

One Infinite Loop, Ørjan Amundsen (AMIFF, 2017)

Saturday 20 Oct, 11.00 hrs / Harstad Bibliotek (local library) / Free of charge

A panel discussion about art in public spaces, moderated by Mike Sperlinger, professor at The Academy of Fine Art, Oslo (Kunstakademiet i Oslo). The discussion will be in English.

In the panel: Vanina Saracino (guest curator for AMIFF 2017 and 2018, independant curator, OLHO), Helga Marie Norby (guest curator for AMIFF 2018, SALT, LIAF) Daniela Arriado (Screen City, Art Republic, PNEK) and Ingeborg Annie Lindahl (local artist).

The French film director Jean-Luc Godard once wrote that in the cinema «people are many (together) to be alone in front of the screen», whereas with television «people are alone to be many (together) in front of the screen». But, some forty years later, the moving image is developing new and ever more complex relationships to both audiences and to public space: film festivals are increasingly using unusual venues and the city at large (including outdoor spaces), whilst simultaneously we increasingly watch all kinds of moving image in the palm of our hand. A panel of curators, filmmakers and artists will speculate about where these radical changes to sites and circulation of moving images might be pointing us. - Mike Sperlinger.

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