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Events 2020


Sunset Kino: Associative Structures

Wed, 29 July 2020, 9pm

This evening is jointly curated by several international collectives. Association―as a political, but also aesthetic concept―is the structural principle of this program, which revolves around complicity and feminist forms of organizing.
Initiated by The Golden Pixel Cooperative, Vienna, and in collaboration with, among others: I: project space, Beijing, CN; Video Culture Development, Beijing, CN; Elephy Collective, Brussels, BE; WET Collective, Rotterdam, NL.

Online Screening
29.07.-04.08.2020, GPC online Screen
29.07.-04.08.2020, Isolation TV

Alyona Larionova, Across Lips, 2016, 12 min
(Curated by the The Golden Pixel Cooperative)
Set at the Internet Archive, one of the world’s largest digital libraries, Across Lips sets out in search of an image capable of, if not representing, at least interpreting the current complexity of total globalization and digital revolution. The overpowering presence of storage, organization, and information exchange systems in people’s social and subjective lives finds a metaphor in jazz improvisation.

Ali Kazma, Obstructions / Jean Factory, 2008, 12 min
(Curated by the WET Film)
A hypnotizing portrait of labour in the times of mass production, the camera follows a pair of jeans from the beginning of the production line to the end. The film offers a spectacle of the discipline of bodies subject to technology.

Sofia Caesar, Workation, 2019, 3 min
(Curated by the Elephy Collective)
Working out of her bed, Sophia Caesar engages in playful ways with the idea of “workation” – a combination of work and vacation.

Veronika Eberhart, 9 is 1 and 10 is none, 2017, 22 min
(Curated by the The Golden Pixel Cooperative)
An abandoned wood workshop is brought back to life through performative interventions; materials and tools are integrated dance-like choreographies and motions, and out-of-service machines are reawakened. The specific rhythmic motions of working processes are reconstructed. Veronika Eberhart’s film is a mythical invocation of the past and an artistic reflection on femininity in capitalist society.

Caroline Garcia, Imperial Reminiscence, 2018, 10 min
(Curated by I: project space)
Imperial Reminiscence is a cinematic voyage of misguided desire that traverses Hollywood fantasies of “cultural otherness.” It draws attention to the Western phenomenon of “whitewashing” and archives the historical erasure of people of colour in Hollywood cinema and the broader industry, through an attempt to reclaim the ethnographic image.

Shambhavi Kaul, 21 Chitrakoot, 2012, 9 min
(Curated by Video Culture Development)
A land as ancient and ideal as nature itself is recalled through the chroma-key backdrops of one of the world’s most viewed mythological television series. Spectacular images arise from a glorious, more magical time. But as nostalgia turns melancholic, hostility is the inevitable result and narrative traces are the last surviving markers of the material past.

Veronika Eberhart, 9 is 1 and 10 is none, 2017

Veronika Eberhart, 9 is 1 and 10 is none, 2017
Photo: Courtesy the artist