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liquid cities & temporary identities . the hague

Events | November 22, 2010 |

Liquid Cities & Temporary Identities

Liquid Cities & Temporary Identities – Video Art & Architecture event
The Hague, The Netherlands – December 01-05, 2010

General Information.
The Streaming Festival is an art event for independent artists exhibiting unconventional audiovisual art from all over the world. This event takes place once a year.In addition to this, every month a video program is streamed on the festival website. These programs each have their own theme and concept and are composed by guest curators, programmers and festival partners.

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)

Temporary Identities is a show of video-art works based on the concept of contemporary identities, new technologies and body borders. It focused on multiplicity and permanent changes, the pillars of our actual fuzzy world. In the hard core of our identity we may ”read” the text of the infinity. Man’s life is a love story between the Self and the Time. (Constantin Severin)

.organizer International ArtExpo
.curator Luca Curci
.project coordinator Letizia Mammone, Ronald Lindgreen
.place Paard van Troje . The Hague, The Netherlands

.artists
Aranka Israni
. USA | Margherita Premuroso . Italy | Daniela Hedman . Sweden | Gisbert Stach . Germany | Rose Stach . Germany | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | James Cook . USA | Alaleh Alamir . France | Francesca Bardaro . The Netherlands | Zimoun . Switzerland | Hagackure . Italy | Lucia Flego . Italy | Zlatko Cosic . USA | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia | Jorge Mañes . Spain | Inan Wang . China | Imren Tuzun . Turkey | Pedro Sena Nunes . Portugal | Pooja Iranna . India | Husmann Tschaeni . Switzerland

 

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