AYMABTU (ALL YOUR MEDIA ARE BELONG TO US)
All Your Media are Belong to Us screening night is a mash-up of retro-tech and seasoned artworks with you, the audience, travelling through time to watch each contribution on its ‘native’ format (from 16mm film to 16:9 digital video).
The evening will feature works from REWIND| Artists’ Video in the 1970s & 1980s alongside works from both NEoN’s own digital asset archive, and that of the Alt-w awards and New Media Scotland. The evening is choreographed to allow reflection on the changes technology has brought to moving image art, and to set the scene for Friday’s mini-symposium on futureproofing the digital arts and ensuring a legacy for art in all its analogue and digital manifestations.
Includes (programme subject to change):
Works from REWIND| Artists’ Video in the 1970s & 1980s
Works from New Media Scotland / Alt-w award archive
Heartbeater by Edinburgh based Composer Matthew Collings and American-Icelandic artist Erik Parr. Commissioned by NEoN in 2012
Flowers (2012-2013) by Daniel Brown, loaned from the collections of the University of Dundee Museum Services (presented by the Art Fund and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation)
Title: AYMABTU (All Your Media are Belong to Us)
Venue: Nilupul Centre
Where: Reform Street
When: Thursday 6th November
Time: 7pm – 9pm