Time: December 25, 2008 at 10am to January 7, 2009 at 5pm
Location: The Herbert art gallery and museum
Street: Jordan Well
Website or Map: http://www.theherbert.org
Phone: 02476 832 386
Event Type: Exhibition
Organized By: The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum
Latest Activity: Apr 28, 2010
Friday 19 September – Sunday 11 January
Galleries 2 and 3
Kinopixel is a screen-based installation curated by Darryl Georgiou.
It makes links between experimental film avant-gardes and new media art.
Kinopixel also marks the 30th anniversary of the pioneering ‘Video Art 78’ exhibition at The Herbert which showcased early work by artists central to the video art movement in the late 1970s. Kinopixel provides a timely review of experimental moving image as it migrates from film and video to digital.
The work presented is free from narrative. The content explodes on screen, revealing fragments, shaping material, light, process and time to create free aesthetic forms. The results are open to interpretation and reveal themselves through inspection.
Kinopixel is an artist-led led project with an ongoing research and production programme.
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Kinopixel additionally has an off-site installation as part of A Thing About Machines, a new three day Arts Festival exploring art that uses, reinterprets, reviews or renews technology invented in the past 100 years.
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