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Hybrid Identities . MECA Art Space, Spain

Art, Events | November 18, 2014 |

hybrid_identitiesImage courtesy of Caroline Mackenzie

Hybrid Identities . MECA Art Space, Spain
International experimental video-art festival
November 22, 2014

International ArtExpo in collaboration with MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico is proud to announce the opening of Hybrid Identities, international experimental video-art festival which will be held in Almeria (Spain) at MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, on November 22, 2014. The event is curated by Arch. Luca Curci (Founder of LUCA CURCI ARCHITECTS, International ArtExpo and It’s LIQUID Group).

The event will be on November 22 at MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, starting from 06.00 PM (free entry).

organizer: International ArtExpo
curator: Luca Curci
press office: It’s LIQUID

venue: MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, Calle Gran Capitán 105, Almería, Spain
date: 22 of November 2014, from 06.00 PM – FREE ENTRY

hybrid_identitiesImage courtesy of Daniel Pešta

One of the videos selected for the show in Almeria, will be projected at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi on June 2015 during the 56th Venice Biennale of Art (winner to be announced).

Hybrid Identities explores all the different facets of social, physical and cultural identities of our contemporary societies. Everyday we deal with a multitude of different identities and roles: we face the public life creating and adapting our social identities; our body and aesthetic tastes modify and are modified by our physical and sexual identities; our whole being evolves as well as contemporary cultures and modern cities do. Differences create new compounds and exchange possibilities.

hybrid_identitiesImage courtesy of Daniel Pešta and Caroline Mackenzie

.video artists
Chris Frazer Smith . UK | Silvia Lasmar Faraco . USA | Jason  Chang . Singapore | Dina Hasiakou . Greece | Katariina Hillo . Finland | Justine Luce . Latvia | Paulo Henrique . Portugal | Carmen Mavrea . Romania | Santiago Echeverry . USA | Fido Koelliker & Sabine Huber . Switzerland | Albert Pinya . Spain | Eginbon . Taiwan | Stefanie Sixt & Markus Mehr . Germany | Romina Mejak . Croatia | Paula Haapalahti . Finland | Mario Fernando Londoño . Argentina | Lior Nordman . Israel | Beatriz Castañeda Díaz . Spain | Anette Friedrich Johannessen . Norway | Johanna Nuutinen . Finland | Jim Costanzo . USA | Sandra Monterosso . Austria | Abby Sin . USA | Hiroko Okahashi . USA | Ryan Davis . USA | Andrea Éva Gyori . Hungary | Alberto Riccardo Messaggi . Italy | Rudi le Hane . South Africa | Anja Spajic . Croatia | Magda Matwiejew . Australia | Dotti Cichon & Anitta Toivio . USA/Finland | L. Ashwyn Collins . USA | Blanca Gimenez . Spain

MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico, is one of the contemporary art galleries more active and consolidated in Spain.

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