ART AND SCIENCE: TWO PARALLEL WORLDS
Kinetic sculptures that create floating holographs, magnetic fields that generate dynamic fluid ferrofluid forms, immersive audiovisual experiences where you can experience unknown virtual projections.
A Digital Art exhibition, produced by MondoMostre Skira, containing works by Paul Friedlander (UK), Esteban Diácono (Argentina), Can Buyukberber (USA), Sachiko Kodama (Japan), Chico MacMurtrie/Amorphic Robot Works (USA) and Universal Everything (UK) and the best video images of the ArtFutura festival.
“Creature Digitali” explores the fact that art and science move along parallel paths. And it does through the work of a group of artists that are considered essential to understand the evolution of art and creativity at the beginning of the 21st century.
Montxo Algora from the ArtFutura organization, is the curator of this exhibition that will be shown at the Ex Dogana in Rome, starting April 28th.
Studio Azzurro’s In Principio (e poi) (‘In the beginning’ and then’) is the first interactive video installation in the Vatican Museums and was installed in the Fall of 2016.
From the Venice Biennale 2013
The third edition of Live Cinema Festival will take place in Rome from 8th to 11th of September 2016 in the spaces of MACRO – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma at Via Nizza with a conference on the Audience development on the 7th of September.
This year Live Cinema Festival want to put in evidence how the new technologies, often seen as mere new tools, have really contribute to modify the method whereby artists approach to the creation itself.
Indeed new media can remodel and recode the sense of an aestethics itself,revealing a new creative method which is declined to various applications,for exemple also trough the use of analogic technologies in an innovative way.
The festival aims to offer the audience an overview of different ways of interpreting Live Cinema, from analogic of projectors 16 mm to the last digital experiments, through the performances of 8 international artistic groups with 15 artists coming from: Hungary, Poland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, France, Germany, Czech Republic and Spain and over 30 artists guests of the screenings and a selection of the most interesting roman djs for the opening apetizers with a grand total of over 50 artists.
The second edition of Live Cinema Festival takes place in Rome from September 4th to 12th, 2015 in Piazza dell’Immacolata, in the district of San Lorenzo.
Since the first edition held in September 2014 at Teatro Quarticciolo, sold out every evening with great appreciation from the public and with an excellent integration with the neighborhood, the Festival was selected among the projects presented by the event “Estate Romana 2014″.
Stand this success, the second edition of Live Cinema Festival foresees the increase of the duration of the event, from 4 to 9 nights, as well as the number of guest artists collectives who goes from 8 to 18 for a total amount of 31 artists and especially by expanding the capacity of the location, going from a numbered seats theater to open air, in one of the most popular squares in Rome: Piazza Immacolata, very strong gathering point which can become a new place dedicated to culture and an example of exploitation of the potential of the San Lorenzo district, one the most populated and vibrant city.
Live Cinema Festival is a live performing exhibition that explores and promotes all the artistic trends whom is attributed the term “Live Cinema”, through 18 performances presented by 18 artists which have made this narrative technique their stylistic code.
In the past , the concept of “Live Cinema” was mainly used to describe the live musical accompaniment of silent movies. Nowadays “Live Cinema” means an experimental narrative technique, applied to performative video, which gives rise to the simultaneous creation of sound and images in real time, in which the traditional standards of narrative cinema, represented by the subjectivity of the camera, is expanded into a broader conception. “Cinema” is understood as the act of simultaneously create images and sounds that interact with each other and take shape in a synaesthetic approach that results in audio-video performance realized in real-time, in which the viewer’s perception is in constant tension between experimentation and re-enactment.