Program: Cinema expandido, Discursos [1.000 MXN]

LPM Live Performers Meeting 2013 Mexico
JANUARY 24th - 26th 2013 | Mexico City
Audio Visual Performing Artists Meeting
January, 24th 2013, 3:00 pm | January, 25th 2013, 4:00 am
January 24 - 26, 2013
Cenart, Mexico City Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

Program: Cinema expandido, Discursos [1.000 MXN]

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Cinema expandido, Discursos [1.000 MXN]

Workshop

Duration: 12 hours

Thursday, 24 January 2013 | 16:00 > 19:00
Friday, 25 January 2013 | 16:00 > 19:00
Saturday, 26 January 2013 | 16:00 > 19:00
Sunday, 27 January 2013 | 16:00 > 19:00 | Alumnos47

Key words:
Performance, found footage, video jockey, live cinema, art action, multiscreen and collage.

Synopsis:
During the workshop we review historical trends, languages and the aestethics of what is defined as Expanded Cinema, audiovisual improvisation, Happening, Performance, Live Cinema. We analyze several works that represent Expanded Cinema and Live Cinema, and the strong influence that these disciplines have in Contemporary Art.


Duration:
3 sessions, 4 hours each sessions.


Programme:
Day 1:
The Cabaret Voltaire and the first avant-garde performative attitude.
Artists: Dada Movement and the Vanguards.
The Expanded Painting and Sculpture: Rosalind Krauss
The performance, body art and Art Happening
Artists: Viennese Actionism Allan Krapow, Jeff Koons, Vito Acconci.

Day 2:
Neo-Dada and Fluxus
Nam June Paik, Wolf Vostell, Yoko Ono.
The structural film: creating the concept of Expanded Cinema:
Malcolm LeGrice, Tony Conrad, Paul Sharits, Ben Russell, Rosa Barba, Brett Kashmere, Peter Kubelka, Kurt Kren, Werner Nekes, Hollis Frampton, George Landow, Robert Breer, Jonas Mekas, Peter Forgacs, Bill Morrison, Takashi Ito, Text of Light.

Day 3:
The expanded cinema in Latin America and Mexico: Claudio Caldini
Trinchera Ensamble, TRYO
Live cinema, electronic art and perforbotica.

OBJECTIVES:
Theoretical workshop on the history of audiovisual improvisation, from its beginning to the present, and its relationship with creative tools and interdisciplinarity.

REQUIREMENTS :
No previus reqirements nedeed

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