International Video Art Exhibition
curated by Kisito Assangni
Saturday February 26, 2011
1825 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Featuring: Jennida Chase (USA) | Osvaldo Cibils (Uruguay/Italy) | Kokou Ekouagou (Togo/China) | Pauline Horovitz (France) | Neil Howe (Australia) | Karen Landey (USA) | Lemeh42 (Italy) | Rachel Maclean (UK) | Adamo Macri (Canada) | Joas Nebe (Germany) | Kika Nicolela (Brazil) | Alex Pearl (UK) | Antti Savela (Sweden) | Guy Wouete (Cameroon) | Kisito Assangni (Togo/UK)
8pm: Talk: Kisito Assangni with Shaina Craft, Director of Hexagon followed by a public discussion
9pm: Live soundtracks
Time is love Screening is an annual exhibition of projectable videos from an international selection of artists active around the world. The screening explicitly emphasizes the idea of love in these hard times and socio-cultural interference, the way in which technology and society give rise to new forms of artistic expression by using the new media.
The project aims to consider the work of these artists as part of the global phenomenon that is contemporary art, and asks the audience to reflect upon how the time that led to the production of these works was formed. Conceptually diverse, emotionally incisive and visually inventive, the selected works transform the most familiar video art into an illuminating investigation of contemporary culture.
Time is Love.4 brings to the world a refreshing perspective on video art.
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