A selection of narrative short animations from new generation French and Canadian animation directors. Commun point in the selection appear as dreamlike images in which time and memory always play a key role, well-known tropes merge, meanings shift, the past and the present fuse.
Limited Access Forum, like previous editions which featured programs like Wandering Islands and Archipelago is a combination of newly discovered pieces with a glimpse of the archive at Parking video library. The program wishes to act as a platform to meet, share works and ideas for various artists and practitioners working with New Media, at the time academia and various other circumstances promote individualism instead of collective approach in knowledge transfer, Contributing to the division between disciplines, the Forum was designed to enhance cross disciplinary communication and networks.
A playlist of recent electronic works from artists who are playing the field now. True diversity in sound and heritage - Iranian, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Irish - to name a few. Made of real sounds and artificial ones, ranging from direct to sharp to static to quickly moving to grand to elusive… Compiled for Limited Access 7, to be heard in concert and then as an ongoing installation.
“Sound in Performance” with Kasraa Paashaaei, Aftab Darvishi and bamdad Afshar
Everyday practices are tactical by nature.They try to take advantage of the possibilities in a situation which is already determined. They find a way of slipping through the cracks in control. Our methods of speaking, communication, reading, dressing up, walking around town... even the tiniest activities, are based on learning about tactics. The presentation of Procedures of Everyday Practice points to the concept of tactics and how they are utilized by the youngest artists in this city – graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków – Róża Duda, Agnieszka Fluder, Krzysztof Furtas, Martyna Kielesińska, Magdalena Lazar, Marianna Serocka, and Michał Soja. Through their work, they learn how to define their own courses of action.