BORDERLAND – The entropy of identities | Spain 2014 | ITSLIQUID

BORDERLAND – The entropy of identities | Spain 2014

Art, Events | March 5, 2014 |

borderland_openingImage courtesy of Emmanuel Pineau. Fast & Forward video still

BORDERLAND – The entropy of identities | Spain 2014
International Video-Art screening
Opening: March 13, 2014

BORDERLAND – The entropy of identities international video art screening will be held in Almeria (Spain) at Museo de Almería on the 13th of March 2014 and at MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico on the 27th of March 2014; and in Granada (Spain) at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Granada, on the 23rd of April 2014. Forty-six artists have been selected to take part in the exhibition.

Entropy is conceptually defined as the measure of the level of disorder in a changing system. Starting from this fascinating concept, each person can be considered as a changing system, as the same as for a specific culture, city or country, until the whole universe. All these systems are subjected to a process of continuous inner evolution which overcome their own boundaries to contaminate and crossbreed each others. Borders of this evolving systems get more and more fleeting, and their identities turn out fluid, multiple and changeable. These continue changes find in the inevitability of evolution their measure of order.

organizer: International ArtExpo
curator: Luca Curci
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screening places:
Museo de Almería, Almeria (Spain)
MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, Almeria (Spain)
Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Granada, Granada (Spain)

dates:
March 13 2014 at Museo de Almería, from 08.00 PM, Carretera de Ronda 91, Almeria, Spain
March 27 2014 at MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, from 08.00 PM, Calle Gran Capitán 105, Almeria, Spain
April 23 2014 at Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Granada, Calle Real de Cartuja 36, Granada, Spain

.video artists
Nia Maria Moilanen . Finland | Fred. L’Epee . Switzerland | Gregory Steel . USA | Myrto Angelouli & Fiona Gavino . Australia | Yefimovich Ilia . Israel | Marko Zink . Austria | Toshiki Yashiro . USA | Evgenija Demnievska . France | Leona Strassberg Steiner . USA | Debbie Davies . USA | Bill Hill . USA | Marjorie Wood Hamlin . USA | S.D. Myers . USA | Amr Kokash & Ghiath AlHaddad . Syria | Sven Teuber . Germany | Mari Poller . Germany | Gabriella Parisi . Italy | Helena Schultheis Edgeler . Croatia | Lezli Rubin-Kunda . Israel | Pablo Cornejo . Argentina | Blaide Lallemand . Australia | Beth Portnoy . USA | Adriana Trujillo & José Inerzia . Mexico | Jana Moermann . Germany | Susan Mains . Grenada/USA | Launa Bacon . USA | Marco Capriotti . Italy | Beth Moyses . Brazil | Christine Istad . Norway | AUG Ferdinand . USA | Tatiana Ferahian . Cyprus | Matteo Rosa . Italy | Elan by Nature . Korea | Sije Kingma . The Netherlands | Meri Tancredi . Italy | Mark Daybell . USA | Gavin Mottram . UK | Valentina Schulte . Australia | Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion . France | Nelton Pellenz . Brasil | Matthew Torti . USA | Rod & Raul Sanchez . USA | Emmanuel Pineau . France | Carlos Fentanes . Canada | Blanca Giménez . Spain | Lueder Schruff . Germany

borderland_openingImage courtesy of Emmanuel Pineau. Fast & Forward video still

Video program
– on March 13 2014 at Museo de Almería, in occasion of the opening of “ARS VISIBILIS II – Festival Miradas de Mujeres 2014” will be projected the videos by Nia Maria Moilanen . Finland | Myrto Angelouli & Fiona Gavino . Australia | Yefimovich Ilia . Israel | Evgenija Demnievska . France | Leona Strassberg Steiner . USA | Debbie Devies . USA | Marjorie Wood Hamlin . USA | Mari Poller . Germany | Gabriella Parisi . Italy | Helena Schultheis Edgeler . Croatia | Lezli Rubin-Kunda . Israel | Blaide Lallemand . Australia | Beth Portnoy . USA | Adriana Trujillo & José Inerzia . Mexico | Jana Moermann . Germany | Susan Mains . Grenada/USA | Launa Bacon . USA | Beth Moyses . Brazil | Christine Istad . Norway | AUG Ferdinand . USA | Tatiana Ferahian . Cyprus | Meri Tancredi . Italy |  Valentina Schulte . Australia | Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion . France | Blanca Giménez . Spain | Biliana Fouilhoux . France | Claudia Quintieri . Italy | Jelena Dejanovska . Serbia |  Kate MacDonald . Canada | Katrina Stamatopoulos . Australia | Liliana Farber . Israel | Lucia Flego . Italy | Mar Garrido . Spain | Laura Harrison . USA | Sabina Tupan . UK | Sophie Delaporte . France | Maura Jasper . USA

– on March 27 2014 at MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico will be projected the videos by Nia Maria Moilanen . Finland | Fred. L’Epee . Switzerland | Gregory Steel . USA | Myrto Angelouli & Fiona Gavino . Australia | Yefimovich Ilia . Israel | Marko Zink . Austria | Toshiki Yashiro . USA | Evgenija Demnievska . France | Leona Strassberg Steiner . USA | Debbie Devies . USA | Bill Hill . USA | Marjorie Wood Hamlin . USA | S.D. Myers . USA | Amr Kokash & Ghiath AlHaddad . Syria | Sven Teuber . Germany | Mari Poller . Germany | Gabriella Parisi . Italy | Helena Schultheis Edgeler . Croatia | Lezli Rubin-Kunda . Israel | Pablo Cornejo . Argentina | Blaide Lallemand . Australia | Beth Portnoy . USA | Adriana Trujillo & José Inerzia . Mexico | Jana Moermann . Germany | Susan Mains . Grenada/USA | Launa Bacon . USA | Marco Capriotti . Italy | Beth Moyses . Brazil | Christine Istad . Norway | AUG Ferdinand . USA | Tatiana Ferahian . Cyprus | Matteo Rosa . Italy | Elan by Nature . Korea | Sije Kingma . The Netherlands | Meri Tancredi . Italy | Mark Daybell . USA | Gavin Mottram . UK | Valentina Schulte . Australia | Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion . France | Nelton Pellenz . Brasil | Matthew Torti . USA | Rod & Raul Sanchez . USA | Emmanuel Pineau . France | Carlos Fentanes . Canada | Blanca Giménez . Spain | Lueder Schruff . Germany

– on April 23 2014 at Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Granada, in occasion of ARTE GIRA festival, will be projected the videos by Nia Maria Moilanen . Finland | Fred. L’Epee . Switzerland | Gregory Steel . USA | Myrto Angelouli & Fiona Gavino . Australia | Yefimovich Ilia . Israel | Marko Zink . Austria | Toshiki Yashiro . USA | Evgenija Demnievska . France | Leona Strassberg Steiner . USA | Debbie Devies . USA | Bill Hill . USA | Marjorie Wood Hamlin . USA | S.D. Myers . USA | Amr Kokash & Ghiath AlHaddad . Syria | Sven Teuber . Germany | Mari Poller . Germany | Gabriella Parisi . Italy | Helena Schultheis Edgeler . Croatia | Lezli Rubin-Kunda . Israel | Pablo Cornejo . Argentina | Blaide Lallemand . Australia | Beth Portnoy . USA | Adriana Trujillo & José Inerzia . Mexico | Jana Moermann . Germany | Susan Mains . Grenada/USA | Launa Bacon . USA | Marco Capriotti . Italy | Beth Moyses . Brazil | Christine Istad . Norway | AUG Ferdinand . USA | Tatiana Ferahian . Cyprus | Matteo Rosa . Italy | Elan by Nature . Korea | Sije Kingma . The Netherlands | Meri Tancredi . Italy | Mark Daybell . USA | Gavin Mottram . UK | Valentina Schulte . Australia | Émilie Brout & Maxime Marion . France | Nelton Pellenz . Brasil | Matthew Torti . USA | Rod & Raul Sanchez . USA | Emmanuel Pineau . France | Carlos Fentanes . Canada | Blanca Giménez . Spain | Lueder Schruff . Germany

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