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Impakt Festival 2009
Impakt Festival

Impakt Festival 2009

Dates: 14 – 18 October 2009 | Location: Utrecht, The Netherlands

The excellent Impakt Festival takes place in various locations around the center of Utrecht, a lovely town a short train ride from Amsterdam. Impakt founder and director Arjon Dunnewind hand over the curatorial reigns to Brussels based Stoffel Debuysere and María Palacios Cruz, both members of the renowned Courtisane collective. María also contributes to Engine.

This year’s theme is Accelerated Living, focusing on changing notions of time today: “the tyranny of clock time has given way to a complex web of rhythms and cycles which stimulate the temporal imagination as never before.” Over five days, our search for a new engagement with time is explored through screenings, talks, performances and an exhibition, along with the festival’s usual Panorama screenings of recent film and video.

Artists featured include Jonas Dahlberg, Glenn Kaino, Guy Sherwin, Thomson & Craighead, Bruce McClure, Dirk de Bruyn & Joel Stern, Thomas Köner, Bruce Conner, Dryden Goodwin, Dominique Gonzalze-Foerster, Philip Hoffman, Gordon Matta-Clark,  Joost Rekveld, Emily Richardson, Thorsten Fleisch and many more. And it promises to be a provocative and inspiring highlight of the year.

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