.move-new european media art

Werkleitz Festival 2009
.move-new european media art
9. 10. to 25. 10. 2009
Halle 2009
.move-new european media art
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The Site, Anna Molska & Krzysztof Franaszek
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Eröffnung im Intecta
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Den Tag erkennst du schon an seinem Morgen Dagmar Keller & Martin Wittwer
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Peter Zorn, Kurator der Ausstellung
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Eröffnung im Intecta
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Besucher vor dem Intecta
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Museum of Non Participation, Brad Butler & Karen Mirza, Performance 9.10.09
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Museum of Non Participation, Brad Butler & Karen Mirza, Performance 9.10.09
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Eröffnung im Intecta
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Museum of Non Participation, Brad Butler & Karen Mirza, Performance 9.10.09
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Besucher vor dem Intecta
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in the city of Sofia © 1989–2009, Präsentation mit Shu Lea Cheang
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in the city of Sofia © 1989–2009, Präsentation mit Shu Lea Cheang
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in the city of Sofia © 1989–2009, Präsentation mit Shu Lea Cheang
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The Big Plot, Präsentation mit Paolo Cirio
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Künstlerpräsentation Tereza Severova, Galerie Raum Hellro
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Filling and Emptying, Tereza Severova
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Vested, Don Ritter
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The Big Plot, Präsentation mit Paolo Cirio
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Archaic Smile, Kurt D'Haeseleer, Künstlerpräsentation im Kaminzimmer der Moritzburg
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Theo Prodromidis
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Je mehr es hervordringt, Theo Prodromidis Künstlerpräsentation in der Galerie archcouture
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The exhibition .move presents 16 current works of 21 young and leading European media artists: video installations, interactive virtual environments, performances, and an Opera Digitale. The works were produced from 2008 to 2009 within the scope of the European Media Artists in Residence Exchange (EMARE) programme at the organisations Impakt (Netherlands), InterSpace (Bulgaria), VIVID (Great Britain) and Werkleitz (Germany). They will experience their German premiere in Halle. From October 9th to 11th the exhibition kick-starts with the artists discussing their works with international media art experts (respondents). The festival programme will be supplemented through presentations of students of the media art class of Burg Giebichenstein Halle. Nightly live acts and performances at the Riff Move Club are further components of .move.

The European scene meets the local network of galleries in Halle. Unique locations like the state’s museum Stiftung Moritzburg, the galleries Raum HELLROT, dieschönestadt, archcouture, the format filmkunstverleih, the Intecta department store, and the Riff Club will host the new art works. The title .moveconveys the concept of the exhibition, including the motion of the picture as well as the motion of the audience fostered by the artistic audio guides of Ralf Wendt and Bertram Weisshaar. Furthermore, many works of the exhibition live through the mobility of the visitor, whether it is at interactive installations or by participating in community projects.

Fragmentierte Architektur 10. 10. 2009
Presentations of the Media Art Class 10. 10. 2009
Ausstellungsparcours 09. 10. 2009 to 25. 10. 2011

Publikation

Werkleitz Festival 2009 .move – new european media art

With texts by
Inke Arns, Stephen Kovats, Anne Nigten, Mike Stubbs, Peter Zorn a. o.

3,– €

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