March 20 - 25, 2017
Ex-Teresa Arte Actual y Gimnasio de arte, Centro de Cultura Digital, Ciudad de México, Mexico
- March 20 // 23 2017 | Ex-Teresa Arte Actual y Gimnasio de arte, Centro de Cultura Digital, Ciudad de México, Mexico
From the 20th to the 25th of March, CICLO: Experiencias Audiovisuales MX returns to Mexico City with the purpose of providing a meeting space for experimental artistic media, as well as new national, international and visual trends. A series of activities will be carried out in collaboration with the Centro de Cultura Digital and the Ex-Teresa Arte Actual y Gimnasio de arte, aimed at exploring new audiovisual projects and innovative proposals in multiple formats.
The second edition of CICLO: Experiencias Audiovisuales MX announces adjustments in its activities and presents a confirmed program from March 20 to 25 in the CDMX, which will be conformed by the Audiovisual Cycle concerts # CICLOAudiovisual02 and the International Digital Art Show #NaturalismoDigital , Accompanied by #TalleresCICLO focused on audiovisual creation with state-of-the-art technological tools.
The CICLO program features open-access public events with limited space and the #Calls of “Creation of audiovisual projects with VVVV”, and the special workshop “Audiovisual structures and audiovisual design with Byetone” with a very limited quota at a special cost.
CICLO: Experiencias Audiovisuales MX is a new independent cultural initiative that seeks to promote and develop audiovisual culture in Mexico City. CYCLE provides a space of collaboration for Mexican and international creators, thus facilitating the exchange of ideas and unique experiences for participants and audience. We recognize the work of artists and creators who apply new technologies to audiovisual art, thus defying conventional narratives and facilitating the development of new artistic disciplines
CICLO: Audiovisual Experiences MX 2017 is possible thanks to the support of the Foundation BBVA Bancomer, Secretary of Culture, Arts Council of England, British Council, Ex-Teresa Arte Actual and the Digital Culture Center, in partnership with Showbox.