As Ephemereye is dedicated to moving image, we rarely branch off into talking about shows that are not. The upcoming exhibition of Baltica! group’s Memory and Landscape at the Old Biscuit Factory opens on 23 January 2020 in London, and will stay on until the 28th. It will include aRead on!
A brief story of the show. [SHOW TICKETS] A tribute to art and technology, early film, and contemporary video art, Moving Silently is a festival of ideas. How does technology assist in giving birth to new art forms? What is the connection between historical and contemporary moving images? Can videoRead on!
Manifesto of Presentism, art action. Piazza di San Marco. 9 May, 2019. One of the events of the 2019 Venice Biennale went largely unnoticed. Apart from a few hundred city visitors that happened to find themselves at the Piazza di San Marco on the late morning of May 9, andRead on!
Our show Moving Silently that premiered at The Essanay Silent Film Museum in Fremont, CA is being transferred to The Empress theatre in Vallejo, where it will take part in the First Vallejo Silent Film Festival in July of 2019. More updates are coming soon. Participation Artists: Adrian Regnier Chavez, Eija Temisevä, Ilaria Pezone, Lorenzo Papanti, Lydia Gyurina, Pierre Ajavon, JoanneRead on!
According to Sophie Atkinson writing for Highsnobiety.com “Video art is often considered impenetrably abstract and far beyond the comprehension of everyday art-lovers,” but is it really? And who are these proverbial art lovers? Is their world is changing or staying still? Is video art any more abstract than some other works ofRead on!
Taking part in the EMPIRE II multi-artist video project curated by Vanya Balogh was a two year journey through work, cities, and unexpected encounters. The exhibition stopped for the last showing at MACO, a Contemporary Art Museum in Oaxaca, Mexico. Oaxaca landing © Photo © Veronica Shimanovskaya I arrived justRead on!
Moving Image FREE ENTRY In collaboration with The Cambridge Shahnameh Centre for Persian Studies, Ephemereye announces an Open Call for Artists. The Cambridge Shahnameh Centre for Persian Studies will be celebrating its 5th Anniversary in 2019. As a part of Shahnameh Forever Series, the Centre will be hosting an artRead on!
With boundaries between genres dissolving, the new artforms appear continuously. Paintings that look like sculpture… Untitled. Anish Kapoor. 2017 ©Lisson Gallery performances that look like installations… Yingmei Duan. Happy Yingmei. 2012 urban art that looks like printmaking… Dronestagram. James Bridle. 2014. videos that looks like paintings… Painting Europe. Sweatshoppe. 2017 or installations that are aRead on!
“…the play’s the thing Wherein I’ll catch the conscience…” – William Shakespeare. Hamlet. Act 2 scene 2 Since the first decade of the twentieth century and further on, in the sixties and seventies, performance art has emerged as a medium of the artistic dissent, non-conformity and experimentation. It seems thatRead on!
To everybody who kindly supported us in this production, to the cast and crew, visible and invisible, thank you! Thank you, in no particular order, Achraf H Jendane, Arseny Kleymyonov, Elena Tsukman, Fyodor Druzin, Twan da Silva, India Roper-Evans, Jérôme Kepler Fidelin, Kate Nann, Madeleine Gaastra van de Ven, Maria Kozlova,Read on!