MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #4

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Forth International Videodance Screening

Movimiento en Movimiento #4

“The Fall in the Body”

The present age leads us down paths of increasingly complex reflection. Where are we going? The works to be presented show us some ways these reflections can suggest through this hybrid art: videodance.
The eleven videodance pieces to be shown on this occasion will bring us back to the human body, in most cases, affected by some of the affections of the fall of the Being.
Eleven works of dance, of movement, built by the hybrid mix: audiovisual language and dance, film and dance, adding all the multiple elements that these two geners can contain: technology, theater, music, thinking …
This fourth edition features the work of ten international artists (Italy, France, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Norway, Netherlands, Germany). We’ll see: Examples of how we can walk to the inevitable death; Personal conditions because of technology; mirrors of spontaneous movement, almost animal movements; an obscene body in its concrete existence; water and body monographs; the myth of Sisyphus illustrated by human fragility; the desire of disappearing; sadistic and modern Little Red Riding Hood; the swan of the story Swan Lake being shown very tired and almost in fire; and a series of deeply absurd women: insane femininity?
After the screening of the dance films, interviews to all the authors of the films where they tell us about their creative experience, will be shown in monitors around the projection room.
The week after the screening, most of the videos will be shown in MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO permanent gallery on the web: https://movimientoenmovimiento.wordpress.com/

PROGRAM

1) More Than You Think (Vanessa Michielon & Jacopo Landi. Italy.) 1:05 min.

2) UMBA (Fabien Coupez. France.) 14:41 min.

3) Singeries (Priscilla Guy, Catherine Lavoie Marcus. Canada.) 12:39 min.

4) Freedom Fries: Still Life (Yoshua Okón. Mexico.) 3:42 min.

5) You Will Fall Again (Alex Pachón. Spain.) 6:40 min.

6) COTIDIANO: Abrochar y desabrochar (Yolanda M. Guadarrama. Mexico.) 1:58 min.

7) Fan 02 (Alfredo Salomón. Mexico.) 2:15 min.

8) Cáustico (Alfredo Salomón. Mexico.) 5:48 min.

9) redSwan (Ella Fiskum. Norway.) 6:56 min.

10) Irina (Martin Kers, Erik-Jan Maalderink, Kristel van Issum. Netherlands.) 10:17 min.

11) Aare (Andrea Keiz. Germany.) 13 min.

 

Curated by Yolanda M. Guadarrama.

https://movimientoenmovimiento.wordpress.com/

 

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015.

20:30 hrs.

SOMA

Calle 13. No. 25

Col. San Pedro de los Pinos

http://www.somamexico.org/es/calendario/movimiento-en-movimiento

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OBJECTIVES AND PLANS

International videodance exhibition

 

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO is a forum to show videodance without undergoing any dogma or competitions or prizes. The aim is to show videodance without hierarchies. We want to present videodance pieces capable of concentrating interest and attract viewers to this genre of art and also we want to open spaces for the existence and development of the creation of dance for the screen.

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO’s screenings will take place in Museo del Chopo in Mexico City. After the screenings, the videos will be permanently showed in http://movimientoenmovimiento.wordpress.com

This is possible thanks to the authors, some of them have allowed us to place their pieces in our site.

Videodance is a mix of genres (dance, theater, video, noise and music, visual arts, narrative, etc.), it produces choreographic pieces designed specifically to be part of a video or film, although the movement of dance on the screen is occasionally performed only by fragments of bodies or objects. Sometimes High quality film pieces are made, some other times, videodance pieces are made with home camcorders and cheap productions. The name MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO was taken from the idea that videodance is the movement of animate and inanimate objects turned again in movement through the picture frames that run one after another to give the illusion of real movement on a film: movement in movement.

Some common characteristics of the videodance pieces to be presented in MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO, are that they all have a personal sense and a proper expression. They convey emotion or knowledge either explicitly or by lack of argument. They experiment with at least one of the next languages: dance, theater, video, noise and music, visual arts, narrative. Then each piece results in a good combination of elements, a creative and interesting proposal, contemporary, daring, and thoughtful proposal.

The curator of MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO is Yolanda M. Guadarrama, promoter and creator of videodance.

DATES OF THE SCREENINGS

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #1: April 19th, 2013.

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #2: November 8th, 2013.

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #3: future date.

—Trailer MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #1

VIDEO TRAILER

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #1

International videodance exhibition

“Eleven screen creations — eleven coincidences”

We will show eleven short videos by various authors (from Australia, Argentina, Germany, Spain, Poland and Mexico) who have developed a significant and, in some cases, long career in the new field of screendance. We want to present pieces capable of concentrating the interest of viewers with creative, contemporary, fearless and thoughtful creations.

Living Room Legend. (Diane Busuttil. Australia.) 5:30 min.

Curdled. (Diane Busuttil. Australia.) 6:50 min.

Chámame. (Silvina Szperling, Susana Szperling. Argentina.) 9:00 min.

Anatomy of Melancholy. (Nuria Fragoso. Mexico.) 6:26 min.

Del género sinfónico. (Anabella Pareja Robinson, Leonardo Martins. Mexico.) 4:52 min.

Gehen. (Andrea Keiz. Germany.) 2:14 min.

Molecule No. 1. (Britta Pudelko, Patricia Woltmann, Lucy A. Roberts. Germany, Australia.) 4:14 min.

Subte. (Ximena Monroy, Paola de la Concha. Mexico.) 5:58 min.

Ciego. (Yolanda M. Guadarrama, Alina Rojas Sotres. Mexico.) 13:02 min.

Tuning Love. (Diego Agulló, Agata Siniarska. Spain, Poland.) 4:04 min.

Breathless. (Diego Agulló, Agata Siniarska. España, Polonia.) 1:47 min.

 

(ONE HOUR SCREENING)

The appointment is in Museo Universitario del Chopo

Foro del Dinosaurio Juan José Gurrola

Date: 19 de Abril 19th,  at 19:30.

FREE ENTRY

*

LECTURE

After the screening there will be a lecture “Reflections about videodance creation” held by Yoshua Okón (Yoshua has a long career creating and promoting contemporary art, making videos that he describes as “near-sociological experiments”), and three of the creators involved: Ximena Monroy, Nuria Fragoso and Yolanda M. Guadarrama. They will argue and discern on the presented works and their own work.

Mexico City

More information about MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #1

First international videodance exhibition

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #1

“Eleven screen creations — eleven coincidences”

This is an invitation to the first MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO videodance (or screendance) screening in Mexico City.

We will show eleven videos by various authors who have developed a significant and, in some cases, long career in the new field of screendance. All the videos to be shown maintain a high level of quality and are representative of this genre of art. We do not doubt that viewers who watch MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO will be further encouraged to look for this kind of creations.

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO is a forum to show videodance without undergoing any dogma or competitions or prizes. We want to show videodance without hierarchies and also we want to open spaces for the existence and development of the creation of dance for the screen. MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO will take place in Museo del Chopo in Mexico City, museum which has a proven its interest in new art proposals.

Videodance or screendance is a mix of genres (dance, theater, video, noise and music, visual arts, narrative, etc.), it produces choreographic pieces designed specifically to be part of a video or film, although the movement of dance on the screen is occasionally performed only by fragments of bodies or objects.

We are showing as well pieces that have a film quality, and pieces that have been done with home videocameras and cheap productions.

An international call has been carried out to conform this first exhibition. Looking for variety and surprise in the videos, so that we can conceive comparison parameters extra borders, beyond a single canon.

We also intend to promote reflection about videodance creation. After the screening there will be a lecture “Reflections about videodance creation” held by Yoshua Okón (Yoshua has a long career creating and promoting contemporary art, making videos that he describes as “near-sociological experiments”), and three of the creators involved: Ximena Monroy, Nuria Fragoso and Yolanda M. Guadarrama. They will argue and discern on the presented works and their own work.

Some common characteristics of the videodance pieces to be presented in Museo del Chopo, are that they all have a personal sense and a proper expression. They convey emotion or knowledge either explicitly or by lack of argument. They experiment with at least one of the next languages: dance, theater, video, noise and music, visual arts, narrative. Then each piece results in a good combination of elements, a creative and interesting proposal, a contemporary, daring, and thoughtful proposal.

The curator of MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO is Yolanda M. Guadarrama, promoter and creator of videodance.

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO

On the web: http://movimientoenmovimiento.wordpress.com

The appointment is in Museo Universitario del Chopo

Foro del Dinosaurio Juan José Gurrola

Date: 19 de Abril 19th,  at 19:30.

FREE ENTRY

Mexico City

LECTURE #1: Reflections about videodance creation

After the screening there will be a lecture “Reflections about videodance creation” held by Yoshua Okón (Yoshua has a long career creating and promoting contemporary art, making videos that he describes as “near-sociological experiments”), and three of the creators involved: Ximena Monroy, Nuria Fragoso and Yolanda M. Guadarrama. They will argue and discern on the presented works and their own work.

Museo Universitario del Chopo

Foro del Dinosaurio Juan José Gurrola

Date: 19 de Abril 19th,  at 19:30.

FREE ENTRY

Mexico City