moves11: call for submissions

29.10.10
With the launch of its 2011 theme: INTERSECTIONS – Filming Across Culture & Technology, moves is looking for films, installations, live events and papers that create connections at various levels on capturing, discussing and imagining different INTERSECTIONS. moves11 will investigate the importance of the fusion of classic conceptions/practises with new technologies/techniquess in screen-based art. To showcase the best experimental short films and video art exploring ‘movement ...
The State of: screen-based dance by Jen McLachlan

08.09.09
Routes, © Alex Reuben I turn my back on a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon, and head to a shabby but enthusiastic Filmhouse for another dance shorts programme. I get progressively more disheartened. Partly this stems from being one of only seven people sharing this curatorial experience – of which at least three are staff plus I suspect a hidden filmmaker or two. To sit ...
Screen-based dance by Jen McLachlan

08.09.09
Danse Macabre, directed by Pedro Pires From over nine years of commissioning and viewing screen-based dance, these are the seven that most vividly remain in my mind.  They span the spectrum of what is considered screen-based dance and include experimental films, choreographic objects and installations. 1. Alt-I-Alt, Torbjørn Skårild, 2003 Synopsis: …when all is said and done, conclusions are not so important after all. Alt-I-Alt is an ...