1. "Fluxus" The Movie


    from Rafael Beno Garrdo / Added

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    Official trailer of the movie loop FLUXUS. The movie covers the art movements history, main ideas and manifesto. The Fluxus movement... developed its 'anti-art', anti-commercial aesthetics under the leadership of George Maciunas. Fluxus staged a series of festivals in Paris, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and New York, with avant-garde performances often spilling out into the street. Most of the experimental artists of the period, including Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono and Nam June Paik, took part in Fluxus events. The movement, which still continues, played an important role in the opening up of definitions of what art can be.

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    • Experiment in Animating Fine Art


      from Steve Weakley / Added

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      . I wanted to see if I could do something similar. A little crude but a satisfying experiment.

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      • Jean-Marie Haessle "THE COLORS OF LIFE" (Korean version)


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        www.haessle.com www.levinvisuals.com

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        • Stray


          from Ali Niesen / Added

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          song by Anthem Facility - Left to Defend

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          • Winter Sunset


            from Ali Niesen / Added

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            song by The Xx - Intro

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            • Parrot


              from Louis Judkins / Added

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              This was an experimental film I produced in November 2013. After specializing in Fine Art on my foundation course at Kingston University, I decided to experiment with a medium I hadn't explored before: Film. I had the idea of filming a short performance between two actors. I thought of the idea of altering the famous 'Dead Parrot Sketch' by Monty Python by having two men read out the sketch to each other from copies of the script, in dull, monotone voices, lacking any personality, comic timing, or any emotion whatsoever, for the sake of wrecking arguably a famously clever and funny comedy sketch, as a satirical experiment. Duration: 3:01

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              • Honey Honey


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                • Melissa Robin Photography BTS


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                  Please visit www.melissarobinphoto.com for booking inquiries! Shot on location with Melissa. Video by Louis Way / Visual Sanctuary. www.louwray.com

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                  • Sea Walk


                    from Nicholas Popham / Added

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                    Sea Walk 17/1/2014 - This video was shot on Gylly Beach on the 17th of January 2014. It is a documentation of a performance, "Years go by like Days" which is part of a larger installation which focuses on themes of science, the future, the unknown and the sublime. Using Ultraviolet light as a visual signifier for what we don't know or what we can't yet see, I wanted to allude to the light conditions on a planet orbiting a white dwarf star, which would be the final place in the universe to be able to support life and thus the last light that life would see before the universe ended. But I also wanted the act to have a playful, zest for living side that acknowledges the here and now as a positive, albeit temporal, thing. The opening sequence was filmed using my home-made "steadicam" or "stick-cam" which I like using to get a shot that's similar to my eye level and gives my videos an element of self-awareness and reality.

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                    • Canalology 2014 - a project by POST artists


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                      "Canalology 2014" is a one day festival along the Lea Valley canal in Tottenham, London. The festival, which takes place on Saturday, 3rd May 2014, has been organised by POST artists’ network and brings together the work of twelve artists and artist groups whose work responds to place. The inspiration POST is a prominent UK peer network for artists. The group is committed to bringing art to interesting and unconventional spaces, as well as to supporting emerging and established artists through skill sharing and collaboration. Recent projects include Construction Gallery in Tooting, and Cascades at Studio 180. The group have also exhibited as part of Hackney Wicked. POST have had Britain’s canals in their sights for some time; these industrial waterways are the hidden green arteries of our cities, bringing together old and new, natural and man-made, the ordinary and the strange. Four POST members are Tottenham-based and the time the group spent in this part of London helped cement the decision to hold the pilot in a series of canal based events here. The artists The 12 artists and artist groups all make temporary publicly-sited works using a range of media. We'll be staging humorous installation-performances by BBKP, Ilka Leukefeld, Fiona Long and The Unasked-for Public Art Agency (Marco Cali, Pippa Koszerek & Aliki Kylika), film and internet works by Helena Wee, Olga Koroleva and Samantha Penn, alternative mappings and publications by Jenny Rolfe-Herbert, Natasha Vicars and Mary Yacoob. The work The artists and artist groups will adopt a range of media, from sculpture to storytelling, to explore life around the Lea Valley canal. In the run-up to the festival the group will post their progress online at postartists.com/canalology and sponsoring the event will earn you the chance to become a Canalologist and take away a piece of the festival in the form of an artwork or an experience. Workshops, walking tours and performances are already taking shape and the canal on 3rd May will spring to life with boat building, ad-hoc video editing and green candy floss. The aims With Canalology, POST aims to bring new attention to the role of canals within our cities and their potential as spaces for artistic exploration. It’s important to us that our audience feels as involved and connected to the project as we do - after all Canalology will run alongside the daily lives and histories of those visiting. We aim to find out and present fascinating things about Tottenham; to show this part of the capital in different and interesting ways in the understanding that, while art can temporarily alter the landscape in surprising and magical ways, the character of the canals is a true one off. We would love to see you in Tottenham on 3rd May and hope you will consider sponsoring our project. We need £1000 to bring this project to life; your support will ensure we can provide a great experience with far reaching publicity, strong local presence, clear signage, and ultimately a strong legacy. Please take a look at the rewards we’re offering. Thank you!

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