365 – April

1 May 2013

Our favorite animator brothers,  Brothers McLeod, have a new monthly episode ready from their 365 series…

1 second a day to create one monthly film and to showcase the versatility and richness of Greg & Myles’ universe, whose daily pieces could perfectly be used as a basis for much longer works, Caterpillar Fightings, shoes, over active brains, flying cows… all sorts of creatures from their twisted heads fit in. And the best thing is that there’s still 8 more films to go.

Quite  unbelievable to see they still find time each day to pull out a tiny animated piece while still delivering their many other works. Previous 365 works this way.

365 – March from The Brothers McLeod on Vimeo.

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European Media Art Festival approaching.

European Media Art Festival.
27 March 2013

The European Media Art Festival will be dedicating its programme to constructivist Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart this year. Running in the De Stijl painter’s home town of Osnabrück, Germany, from Wednesday, April 24 to Sunday, April 28 it will feature over 180 films, documentaries, exhibitions, performances and lectures over four days.

Karimah Ashadu, 'Camera Wheel Mechanism' from 'Lagos Island' (2012).
Karimah Ashadu, ‘Camera Wheel Mechanism’ from ‘Lagos Island’ (2012).

The festival will not only be bridging the gap between avant-garde film of the 1920s through to contemporary computer and media art, but it will also focus on contributions from the Arab and Islamic-oriented world in the wake of the ‘Arab Spring’ still affecting those regions today. Meanwhile, artists to look out for are London-based artist Karimah Ashadu‘s video work  ‘Lagos Island’, which also featured at this year’s transmediale festival in Berlin, experimental film maker Kerry Laitala, as well as video-essayist (and aqnb interviewee Andrew Norman Wilson‘s inspiration) Harun Farocki. See the EMAF website for more information.**


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