6 Mart 2016 Pazar

FIVAC, International video art festival, Camaguey, Cuba

Fivac, memories of development
The proposal of an exhibition-Flashback, from the selection of eighteen pieces and promotional material of each of the editions, it works as a kind of experiential support of the international festival of video art of camagüey. Different lines and discursive visual form a sample, where several selection criteria. The same, they respond to a set of works that generates a holistic view of these six editions, appealing to the need to offer to the public pieces that have marked moments cimeros within the space and which have not been often within other curadurías. Paraphrasing the central protagonist of memories of underdevelopment: "one of the things that baffles the people is their inability to sustain a feeling, an idea without dispersion". And fivac has proved to be entirely consistent. It's pure alteration, related things, accumulate experiences... Those are some of the signs of development. All talent should not be spent on adapt just at the moment. Sci. Yinet n. Mendoza Moreno

Relationship of artists and works.
Elaine Buckholtz. The United States. USA
Requiem for Egmen Wornnks. 8´00
Owen Eric Wood. Canada
Return. 4´58
Rodrigo De La Vega. Mexico
Darius isn't dead. 3'30
Candas Sisman. Turkey
Avatar. 6´35
Konstantinos Antonios Goutos. Greece
Nostalgia. 7'25
Camila Garcia. Cuba
One day. 2'18
Manel Santos. Spain
S¬¬¬-T. 3´58
Esteban Azuela. Mexico
Suction Cup. 2'27
Niall Farrell. Ireland
33.116667, 33.816667. 3´31
Sinasi Günes. Turquía
Anatolia. 1´36
Juliet Anaut and ignacio laxalde. Argentina
The look in custody. 6'47
Caroline Koebel. The United States. USA
Swoop. 7´30
Laura Blüer. The United States. USA
Land and sea. 4'31
Adrián Regnier Chavez. Mexico
U. 4´31
Angella Conte. Brazil
Rottal Alternate. 7'34
Roser Teresa Gerona Ribas. Spain
Landscape_1. 6´07
Orly Aviv. Israel
Modesty. 2´56

“WATER WORKS!”, Waterwheel, Make & Share about Water, Australia

Amin Hammami (TN/SA), Annie Abrahams (NL/FR), Atefeh Khas (IR), Camilla Boemio (IT), Catherine Lee (TW), Claudia Jacques (US), Eklavya Prasad (IN), Eric Leonardson (US), Ian Clothier (NZ), Jason Grant (AU), Joanna Hoffmann (P), Katarina Djordjevic Urosevic (RS), Leah Barclay (AU/PE), Lila Moore (IL), Margaret Shiu (TW), Michele Guieu (US), Pascale Barret (B), Ricardo Dal Farra (AR/CA), Russell Milledge (AU), Tracey Benson (AU), Victoria Vesna (US), and West D.L. Marrin (US)

THANKS TO ALL PARTICIPANTS: Aguasonic Acoustics - Mark Fischer, Aleksandar, Anastasia Tyurina, Andrea-Jane Cornell, Andres Jurado, Angeline DiGiugno, Anna Haltrecht, Annabel Gueredrat, Anne Pincus, Antoine Moreau, Barbara Rossi, Ben Freeth, Bonita Bell, Bonnie Mitchell, Boris Bezemer, Brandi Merolla, Carla Roca, Cheryl Maeder, Christian Jönsson, Christina Kubisch, Claudia Jacques, Colleen Flanigan, Cosmic Wash Over, Dagmara Wyskiel, Dancecology, Daniel Blinkhorn, Daniel Quaranta, Dead Horse Bay, Dean Rosenthal, Deborah Westmancoat, Dee Reynolds, Dr Mary-Ann Lea, Dr Nigel Helyer, Eckehard Güther, Edith Beaucage, Eileen Song, Emilia Izquierdo, Enrico L'Abbate, Eric Marlow, Fei-hao Chen, Felicette Chazerand, Felicia Conrad, Fereshte Alamshah, Frederick Young, Georgia Indigo-Fidez, Gilson Motta, GrIS Perú, The to be Young Water Leaders, Hanna Arvela, Hannes Bend, Henri Tauliaut, Ilka Blue, James Cunningham, Jan Allen, Jana Wisniewski, Jay Alan Yim, Jay Needham, Jelena, Jo Tito, Joakim Stampe, Johan Haugen, John Hopkins, Joolie Gibbs, Jules Bryant, Julieanna Preston, Kaisu Koski, Karla Brunet, Katarina DJ Urošević, Kristine Diekman, Kura Puke, Lasse-Marc Riek, Laura Hopes, Laura Madeline Wiseman, Leah Barclay, Leif Hunneman, Les Fujak, Linus Lancaster, Lorraine Beaulieu, Loud Mouth Records, Magali Babin, Marco Ferrari, Marie Velardi, Marina Di Loreto, Marlena Novak, Matthew Geller, Michelle Outram, Mikko Lipiäinen, Minoosh Zomorodinia, Mitchell Whitelaw, Myriam Solar, Narelle Carter-Quinlan, Natasha Milojevic, Nerina Penzhorn, Olga Chepelianskaia, Olja Milojevic, Pei-Ju Yeh, Pei-Ju Yeh, Perry Bard, Petra Martinez, Rafael Gracida Zurita, Ricardo Dal Farra, Robert Cabral, Robert Primeau, Robert Wilson, Roos Van Leeuwen, Sally Deskins, Sascha Wiedner, Scott Kildall, Sean Clute, Setareh Fatehi, Shujung Chao, Siefert Riek, Sinasi Gunes, Sooo-z Mastropietro, Stephen Chen, Stephen Fuller, Stuart Foster, students of University of Dammam, Suard Faustine, Susan Amorde, Susan Sentler, Tilman Richter, Tina Eskilsson, Trudy Lane, Tyler Ross, Vallance Wrathall, Victoria Gibson, Victoria Vesna, Villiam Saarinen, Vincent Andrisani, Waterbodies.org, William Price, Xavier Mertens, Yaroslav Yanovsky, Yilo Chen, Yu-Chi Chiu, Zahra Mani, Zeesy Powers, Zhao-Yi Wei and Zinaida Lihacheva


Think of the myriad Jobs that are overlooked When you turn on the tap, no matter where you live, in the city or a rural area: from digging wells, to drawing, fetching, purifying, and distributing water, STI ecosystems to studying, analyzing STI composition, con sus use in washing, the production of our food, the management of sewage and waste, the caring for equitable access to water, the Ensuring of environmental health and sustainability, paying homage to and highlighting water’s qualities or conditions …
Climate change , financial crises, war, and overall environmental damage, have all put Pressures on water forcing it to “work” as commodity capital and resource for growing and shifting human Populations. While non-human species and Natural Processes: such as coral reefs, wetlands and beavers “work” in the maintenance and transformation of water , there are Also the “works” created by the passing actions of floods, storms and tides. How can art, science, design, and activism reinstate the social, cultural and environmental value of water? How can we give recognition to the essential and invaluable ways That water works?                                                                        

Sinasi Gunes, The Tuz Lake, 03:21, 2013

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