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Events 2018


20 Propositions
Sunset Kino

We, 25 July 2018, 9pm
„Dreams Rewired“ by Manu Luksch, Co-Directors: Martin Reinhart, Thomas Tode**

Introduction: Vanina Saracino
Dreams Rewired traces the desires and anxieties of today’s hyper-connected world back more than a hundred years, when telephone, film and television were new. As revolutionary then as contemporary social media is today, early electric media sparked a fervent utopianism in the public imagination—promising total communication, the annihilation of distance, an end to war. But then, too, there were fears over the erosion of privacy, security, morality. Using rare (and often unseen) archival material from nearly 200 films to articulate the present, Dreams Rewired reveals a history of hopes to share, and betrayals to avoid.

** Part of Earthly Mutations, kuratiert von Vanina Saracino

Earthly Mutations brings together a curated selection of artists’ films and performative screenings exploring the rapidly evolving relationship between nature and technology—an evolution perpetually mirrored in the cinematic vision. The programme embraces this vast topic from the specific perspective of the mutual influence among science fiction imagery, artistic experimentation and breakthrough technologies in communication, cinematography, flight and space exploration. Through five screening programmes introduced partly by the artists, Earthly Mutations departs from a human, gravity-driven perspective of vision in search for other ways of seeing and representing with moving images. It exhorts us to reflect critically on how technological advance rapidly modifies our ways of seeing, behaving, connecting with others in our present, also allowing for the introduction of speculative narratives about the future of our life on this planet—and beyond.

„Dreams Rewired“ von Manu Luksch, Co-Regisseure: Martin Reinhart, Thomas Tode

„Dreams Rewired“ von Manu Luksch, Co-Regisseure: Martin Reinhart, Thomas Tode
Photo: Courtesy of the artists