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Events | January 28, 2009 |

Liquid Cities – Video Art & Architecture event at the National Center for Contemporary arts – Moscow, Russia . February 6 – 13, 2009
International ArtExpo Collection

Liquid Cities is an exciting show of video-art, a form of art which is also itself a kind of liquid architecture, very closed to the fluidity, transparency and vagueness of the inner life. Our post-literary age, already fascinated by the ‘liquid architecture in cyberspace’ (Marcos Novak), liquid identities and everyday liquid contacts between people, is focused on lightweight infrastructures in motion, the ‘musical’ structures of light, sound and colours, the ability to transform visual arts into urbanism shows or the real need to sense the reality as a fluid network of individuals, art and technology. (Constantin Severin)

.curator Luca Curci
.project coordinator Nadia Perrotta
.NCCA coordinator Karina Karaeva
.place National Center for Contemporary arts, Moscow – Russia 

.artists
Guenter Stoeger
. Austria | Fani Zguro . Albania | Eltjon Valle . Albania | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | Rebecca Digne . France | Ane Fabricius Christiansen . Denmark | Guillaume Bottazzi . France | Claudia Paim . Brasil | Rita Laslberger . Austria | Guenter Pusch . Germany | Barbara Knezevic . Ireland | Jessica Westbrook . USA | Guillaume Le Moine . France | Azra Svedruzic . Croatia | Alison Williams . South Africa | Stefano Fanara . Italy | Andreina Polo . Italy | Alessio Ancillai . Italy | Gregory Steel . USA | Tamara Erde . Israel | Eva Maria Neuper & Claudius Duschek . Austria | Luca Curci . Italy | Nadia Perrotta . Italy | Juan Carlos Sanchez Duque . Spain | Marc Carniel . Belgium | Hagackure . Italy | Aranka Israni . USA | Roy Samaha . Lebanon | Donato Maniello . Italy | Basak Kaptan . Turkey | Nervo&Tes . Italy | Renata Szulczynska . Poland | Verika Kovacevska . UK | Timotheus Tomicek . Austria | Achilleas Kentonis & Maria Papacharalambous . Cyprus | Francesca Sandrini . Italy | Titusz Tarnai . Austria | Justin Randolph Thompson . USA/Italy | Jeremy Newman . USA | Ye Leen Lee . USA | Hilda Hiary . Jordan | Lisa Yachia . Italy | Vasco Pedro Rodrigues . Portugal | Jean-François Karst . France | Maurizio Piccirillo . Italy | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia

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