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liquid.cities & temporary.identities – usa/colombia/portugal

Uncategorized | April 12, 2011 |

Liquid.Cities & Temporary.Identities – USA/Colombia/Portugal

General Information.
Liquid Cities & Temporary Identities 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)

.organizer International ArtExpo & Container Space, FONLAD 07, Festival Internacional de la Imagen
.curator Luca Curci
.project coordinator Blake Turner, Felipe C. Lodono, José Vieira
.place screenings George Mason University campus – Fairfax, USA; Wind Rose Culture Space – Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal; Auditorium Olympia – Manizales Caldas, Colombia
.dates USA: April 20, 2011; Portugal June 11, 2011; Colombia April 13-15, 2011

.artists
Alaleh Alamir . France | Bettina Kattinger . Austria | Claudio Oliva (Teatro Deluxe) . Italy | Danny Warner . USA | Diana Page . Turkey | Edita Matan . Croatia | Eva Dabara . Israel | Gemma Pardo . UK | Gregory Steel . USA | Kit Wise . Australia | Stephen Anderson . USA | Barbara Philipp . Austria | Maria Halip . Italy

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