Get and Bring means logistics as a ubiquitous discipline, a paradigm of the globalized world. Logistics is not just a fast-growing sector of the economy, but also determines the rhythm and rhythm of our time.
On the occasion of the Bauhaus anniversary, the Werkleitz Festival 2019 will take place from May 25th to June 9th in Dessau-Roßlau. In the title model stands as a model for a future to be created and ruin as a testimony of a mostly idealized past.
“The film focusses on the pursuit of happiness. Failure and desire play a part, and the sweet smell of childhood lingers in the air, but it has lost some of its romance. The idea that this film is maybe not about horses at all suggests itself quickly.
A thirty track installation about women who present their pets on the internet. They declare all their love of their pedigree dogs and cats.
She works hard (DE, 2017) von Kathrin Lemcke (PMMC Jahrgang 2011 bzw. PMMC Lab 2015/2016) wird am 2. Mai 2018 um 18:00 an der Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle als Teil der Veranstaltungsreihe „WORK.Work. work. Prekäre Arbeitsverhältnisse im Kunst- und Kulturbetrieb“ gezeigt. Die Vorführung findet in der Villa der Hochschule (Neuwerk 7) statt, gefolgt von einem Gespräch mit Kathrin Lemcke und einem der in dem Film auftauchenden Künstler, Markues.
The production Sandmädchen (DE, 2017) by Mark Michel, supported by Werkleitz, has been awardedthe DRK Media Prize. Congratulations!
The Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung has selected the four film projects for their new pilot program. PMMC participant Ginan Seidl receives funding for her project “Moretones”, which she develops with her Mexican co-author, former EMARE MEX fellow Daniel Ulacia. The PMMC alumni network also includes Emerson Culurgioni and Stefanie Schroeder, who will work on the realization of their experimental documentary “La Duna” as part of the programme. The pilot programme offers directors the opportunity to focus entirely on the story, its artistic realization, the work with the actors and protagonists and the development of their own handwriting.
Arjon Dunnewind from Impakt will present the European Media Platform on Friday, April 20 at 7 pm at Kunsthalle Osnabrück at the new associated partner, the European Media Art Festival in Osnabrück. The four-year EU project (project management at Werkleitz in Halle) with partners throughout Europe supports media artists with residencies in the production of new works and will launch its new call for emerging artists at Ars Electronica in September. The EMAP / EMARE scholarship holder at Impakt, Anna Riedler will present her current work at the conference at 1 pm.
Juliane Jaschnow’s and Stefanie Schröder’s PMMC–production [ˈdʊŋkl̩ˌdɔɪ̯ʧlant] will be screened on April 27, 2018 at the BAMPFA Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive as part of the “Berkeley Conference on Film and Media: Medium / Environment” in the Infrastructure of the Universe program.
EMAP Manager Peter Zorn presents the European Media Art Platform at Air Wro Talks 3.0 Thursday March 15th at 2 pm at the Cultural Center Barbara, Świdnicka 8B in Wroclaw, Poland
AIR Wro Talks consists of a series of meetings organised since 2015 in Wrocław for experts and practitioners active in the field of culture, art and research, as well as in the creative sector, who carry out projects at the international level. During this year’s edition, together with them, we will take up the subject of collaboration, networks and platforms created by cultural operators in selected geographical areas to determine the levels of joint activities in the future. More Infos
EMAP is funded by Creative Europe of the European Union.
On March 24, 2018, the Media Art Worlds Conference, organized by the European Media Art Platform, takes place in Helsinki. The conference on the production and presentation of media art explores how to develop projects, reach audiences and promote practices in the many media art worlds. The Round Table #1 Art, Movie and the Net will be moderated by Peter Zorn. Further information about the program. EMAP is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.