WORLD DAY FOR AUDIOVISUAL HERITAGE 2016
SCCA-Ljubljana - Centre for Contemporary Arts invited Argos to present a screening program at the occasion of the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. The screening program highlights a selection of Belgian film and video productions created between 1969 and 2015. It presents the rich and original approaches of some of the most interesting Belgian artists and, at the same time, it gives an insight of the Argos collection.
Transcending language and cultural boundaries, appealing immediately to the eye and the ear, to the literate and illiterate, audiovisual documents have transformed society by becoming a permanent complement to the traditional written record. However, they are extremely vulnerable and it is estimated that we have no more than 10 to 15 years to transfer audiovisual records to digital to prevent their loss. Much of the world's audiovisual heritage has already been irrevocably lost through neglect, destruction, decay and the lack of resources, skills, and structures, thus impoverishing the memory of mankind. Much more will be lost if stronger and concerted international action is not taken. It was in this context, that the UNESCO in 2005 approved the commemoration of a World Day for Audiovisual Heritage as a mechanism to raise general awareness of the need for urgent measures to be taken and to acknowledge the importance of audiovisual documents as an integral part of national identity.
Thursday October 27th 2016 // 21:00
Argos screening program:
Jef Cornelis - Marcel Broodthaers: Musée d’art du XVIIe siècle
1969, 4'58”, b&w, Dutch & French spoken, English subtitles.
Jacques-Louis Nyst - L'objet
1974, 10'43”, b&w, French spoken, English subtitles.
Eric Pauwels - Violin Fase
1986, 11'44”, colour, sound.
Guillaume Bijl - James Ensor in Oostende ca 1920
2000, 2'20”, b&w, silent.
Nicolas Provost - Papillon d'amour
2003, 3'30”, colour, sound.
Wendy Morris - Off the Record
2008, 4'56”, colour, sound.
Sarah Vanagt – The Corridor
2010, 6'45”, colour, English spoken.
Meggy Rustamova – Waiting for the Secret
2014, 6', colour, Esperanto spoken, English subtitles.
An van. Dienderen – LILI
2015, 12', colour, English spoken.
Thursday October 27th 2016 // 19:00
DIVA Station is a physical and web/on-line archive of video art which is being developed since 2005 at SCCA– Ljubljana, Center for Contemporary Arts with the intent to research, document, present and archive video/media art in Slovenia. The selection Fresh Look from the DIVA station archive presents the production by younger generation female authors. It focuses on technological and stylistic characteristics as well as on content and conceptual shifts of new production compared to older video works from the archive. The selection Fresh Look from the DIVA station archive presents the production by younger generation female authors. It focuses on technological and stylistic characteristics as well as on content and conceptual shifts of new production compared to older video works from the archive.
DIVA screening program:
Valerie Wolf Gang - Oddaljen spomin / Distant Memory (2014)
Yuliya Molina - Ne-kdo (2015)
Noemi Veberič Levovnik - The Yellow Turn (2011)
Neža Jurman (Nez Pez) - Morph (2016)
Pila Rusjan - Elisa, 5 (2010)
Andrea Knezović - Ode to Helplesness, The Inability to Breathe In 1.0 (2016)
Ana Čigon - Za luno / Behind the Moon (2015)
Katarina Rešek (Kukla) - Napravi mi dete: Napoleon (2016)
Urška Djukić - Persistence vol. 2 (2014)
RÁTNEEK (Maja Prelog, Blaž Murn) - 2 0 4 5 (2016)
Nika Autor - Razglednice / Postcards (2010)
Ana Sluga - Somewhere Else (2011)
Vesna Bukovec - Okrožnica (2016)
For the full program of the evening, click here.
21:00 - 22:30
SI - 1000 Ljubljana