AboutTIME IS LOVE.7 - [Show 1]
International video art program
Curated by Kisito Assangni
Saturday 18 January 2014
THE INVISIBLE LINE GALLERY
87 Dalston Lane
London E8 2NG
Alexis Milne & Tom Bresolin (UK), Amina Zoubir (Algeria), Anahita Razmi (Iran), Anders Weberg (Sweden), Anne Lise Stenseth (Norway), Antonello Matarazzo (Italy), Arnaud Brihay (France), Belle Shafir (Israel), Carlo Giuseppe Zuozo (Italy), Eva Olsson (Sweden), Francesca Leoni (Brazil), Gianluca Capozzi (Italy), Evelin Stermitz (Austria), Guli Silberstein (Israel), Grace Kim (Korea), Jose Man Lius (France), Justyna Scheuring (Poland), Laura Focarazzo (Argentina), Marie-Paule Bilger & Pierre Friquet (France), Marina Fomenko (Russia), Margarida Paiva (Portugal), Matthias Mollner (Austria), Maximilian Schmoetzer & Fabian Heitzhausen (Germany), Max Hattler (Germany), Monica Elkelv (UK), Nao Sakamoto (Japan), Nina Lassila (Finland), Otto Berchem (USA), Rahman Hak-Hagir (Afghanistan), Rehema Chachage (Tanzania), Robert Croma (UK), Riham Isaac (Palestine), Said Afifi (Morocco), Said Rais (Morocco), Sandra Bouguerch (UK), Saul Levine (USA), Sheri Wills (USA), S/N Coalition (USA), Sylvia Toy St-Louis (USA), Tina Hochkogler (Austria), Véronique Mouysset (France), William Esdale (UK).
A FREE PERFORMANCE NIGHT
@ The Passage
27A Dalston Lane
London E8 2NG
Alexis Milne (UK) | Flavio Sciole (Italy) | Gemma Marmalade (UK) | Jabulani Maseko (South Africa) | Justyna Scheuring (Poland) | Luke Jordan (UK) | DJ David Cecil (UK).
Time is Love Screening is a roving international video art program on the theme of love in hard times.
Since 2008 the project has been exploring forms of artistic expression rising from society and the new media's use of technology.
The loving feelings recover the desert of our biggest troubles as our most beautiful enjoyments. The selected artists venture on the thread of this tricky ambivalence. They deliver us without concession a range of complexities and passions generated by human relationships. Each of the artists leads an interdisciplinary practice bringing a questioning and a criticism on a system of relation to others which appears to us as being dying.
Videos deal with prevented communications, disturbed feelings, globalisation, memory and spirituality. Love as universal feeling extricates itself here from traditional clichés and from a timeless idealism.
The project wishes to support and promote the new movements and trends in contemporary culture. It is an opportunity for audiences to engage with video works by gaining greater understanding and enjoyment.
Time is Love Screening brings to the world a refreshing perspective on video art.