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Events | July 22, 2007 |

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QUECPIX . Nuovi Linguaggi
Rassegna internazionale di videoarte
a cura di Luca Curci e Antonella Spano
Bari, Castello Svevo (Sala Multimediale) . 05-06-07 Luglio 2007

Il festival analizza le ibridazioni stilistiche che la videoarte sta innescando nei vari campi della comunicazione e nello specifico: cinema, musica, arte e architettura.

Il festival si inaugura il 05 luglio 2007 alle ore 17,30 con un’introduzione di Marilena Bonomo. Parteciperanno: Alessandro Piva (regista), Antonella Marino (giornalista), Marco Tonelli (critico d’arte), Pietro Capitaneo (architetto), Ivan Iusco (produttore musicale).

Sede. Castello Svevo di Bari (Sala Multimediale)
Inaugurazione. Giovedì 5 Luglio 2007 h17.30 (la mostra resterà aperta dal 05 al 07 luglio 2007 dalle ore 18.00 alle ore 20.00)

In apertura il video di Peter Fischli & David Weiss “The Way of Things”, 1987
In chiusura il video di Luca Curci “Still Alone” 2004

Courtesy Galleria Bonomo Bari 

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