Event

CYBERFEST: "THE OTHER HOME" Screening Series

Screening
Theater 7:30–10pm
  • Regular FREE

Note

Free / Invitation Only

Russia’s iconic New Media festival CYBERFEST marks it’s 8th edition by going global.

CYBERFEST is the first and biggest festival for technologically based art in Russia. Growing over years to become a massive international event, CYBERFEST rose to include over 80 artists held across St. Petersburg’s top institutions, including The State Hermitage Museum.

This year’s theme, “THE OTHER HOME”, explores the commonalities and differentiations among physical, emotional and cultural manifestations attached to the concept of «home». Following the tradition of legendary apartment shows of Soviet time — this exposition explores correlations between public and private, inner and outward, practical and idle – embodying the boundaries CYBERFEST aims to help redefine outside Russia in a contemporary age.

Making its American debut with an exclusive, invite only screening of video artworks at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP – CYBERFEST takes the next step in connecting New Media innovators around the world.

Invitation only. Want to attend? Write rvincelli@ifp.org with why!

VIDEO ART PROGRAM:

Curated by Victoria Ilyushkina

  1. 1. Anna Jermolaeva (Austria) / In/Out, 2011 (3:30)
  2. 2. Francesca Fini (Italy) / White Noise, 2013 (6:00)
  3. 3. Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) / Public Space, 2014 (03:45)
  4. 4. Mark Salvatus (Philippines) / Current Affair$, 2014 (1:12)
  5. 5. AUJIK (Japan) / Plasticity Unfolding, 2014 (5:00)
  6. 6. Rasmus Albertsen (Denmark) / Forest, 2011 (4:32)
  7. 7. Yuri Vassiliev (Russia) / Last next winter, 2011 (4:42)
  8. 8. Alena Tereshko (Russia) / Just My Own, 2014 (4:11)
  9. 9. Mauricio Sanhueza (Peru) / Calico, 2012 (3:38)
  10. 10. Sandrine Deumier, Alx P.op (France) / Un.reality, 2012 (0:55)
  11. 11. Yannis Kranidiotis (Greece) / Ichographs, 2014 (6:00)
  12. 12. Arya Sukapura Putra (Indonesia) / City of Lights, 2013 (2:06)
  13. 13. Jean-Michel Rolland (France) / Training Doors, 2011 (5:53)
  14. 14. Éléonore Joulin (Belgium) / The House of Certainty, 2012 (5:09)
  15. 15. Maria Korporal (Germany) / Between Memory and Destiny, 2014 (4:29)
  16. 16. Liuda Kartoshkina (Russia) / Seasons, 2011 (4:06)
  17. 17. Emilija Skarnulyte (Lithuania) / Aldona, 2011 (6:00)
  18. 18. Ryo Ikeshiro (UK) /Composition: WSWC, 2013 (3:15)

CYBERFEST’s annual screening is a part of CYLAND’s larger video art program. CYLAND is one of Russia's most active New Media art nonprofit organizations and has headquarters in St Petersburg, Berlin and NYC. CYLAND houses the largest archive of Eastern European video art online, organizes exhibits around the world and is the force behind CYBERFEST (Russia’s largest annual New Media art event.) CYLAND was cofounded by Marina Koldobskaya and Anna Frants.

For more info on the program: http://cylandfest.com/site/video-program-2014/?lang=en

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