Programme of In Out Festival 2014 | ITSLIQUID

Programme of In Out Festival 2014

Art | April 24, 2014 |


Programme of In Out Festival 2014

Animations / Documentaries / Shortfilms / Experiments / Short video forms / Gigs / Exhibitions / Workshops

Centre for Contemporary Art Łaźnia organizes the Festival IN OUT for the 8th time. The project evolves every year searching for new suggestions and solutions. The 7thedition of the festival was enriched with presentations that attempted to combine works of artists with different attitude towards film media and education. With the 8thedition we would like to continue this process in order to create permanent platform of communication between the artist who graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and those who studied at Film Schools. The contest, Festival and exhibition are to trigger the dialogue among the artists as well as between schools and academies.

This year we invite artists to take part in the contest for the best:
Animations / Documentaries / Short films / Experiments / Short video forms with the theme named BIO_GRAPHI(C/E)S


6 p.m. Opening of the exhibition BIO_GRAPHIES

12 a.m. – 6 p.m. Exhibition BIO_GRAPHIES
1 p.m. – 2.30 p.m. Presentation of the works out of the competition
3 p.m. – 4 p.m. Presentation of films from the Festival Cine Prive from Ghent (Belgium)
4 p.m. – 6.30 p.m. Presentation of competition works
7 p.m. Announcement of the results
8 p.m. CONCERT incite/

12 a.m. – 6 p.m. Exhibition BIO_GRAPHIES
2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Presentation of works from the competition and awrded
5 p.m. Screening: Jan Świdziński. In the context of art
6 p.m. Screening: OPAŁKA. ONE LIFE, ONE WORK

The events accompanying the festival: screenings of documentary films about artists in the laznia 2 in kinoport

2009 | 42’ | Poland | directed by Piotr Weychert
The film „Jan Świdziński. In the context of art” is an attempt to portray the artist, who for nearly four decades has been one of the most important theorists of art and entertainment of Polish independent art scene. The picture was created in collaboration with Jan Świdziński and in addition to the documentary aspect it contains short film forms made today on the basis of artist`s unpublished scenarios.

2011 | 54’ | Poland | directed by Andrzej Sapija
In 1965 Roman Opałka started an art project called „1965 / 1 – ∞” and he pledged his life to its ongoing execution. He took passport- style photographs of himself after each day`s work thereby documenting the passing of time and his own aging process. Apart from the artist`s images on canvas he also recorded a series of consecutive natural numbers – in the initial phase of the project the numbers were fixed with white paint on black background. However, as time went by, the artist applied lighter and lighter shades to reach the point where the image on canvas becomes invisible and by that to close the whole project.


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