THE ART OF THE MOVING IMAGE IN DIGITAL TIMES
The Art of the Moving Image seems to be the exception to the rule that Covid-19 nearly killed culture. Museums, theaters, galleries and cinemas quickly went online, and, in particular, the art world discovered some new media. Exhibitons, studio visits and discussions in zoom conferences were shown on websites and short films by artists were screened on online platforms all over the world. In what way will online change the Art of the Moving Image?
10.00 – 11.30 a.m.
VISIBILITY—IS STREAMING A SOLUTION FOR AMI?
Podium: Matt Carter (London), Ulanda Blair (Hong Kong), Emilija Škarnulytė (Vilnius), Filipa Ramos (London)
Moderation: Heinz Peter Schwerfel (Artistic Director KINO DER KUNST)
11.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.
THE FUTURE ART MARKET FOR AMI—A NEW ENERGY?
Podium: Ingrid Lohaus (Munich), Ron Mandos (Amsterdam), Daniel Hug (Cologne), Emilio Álvarez (Barcelona)
Moderation: Olaf Stüber (Co-founder Videoart at Midnight, Berlin)
2.00 – 3.30 p.m.
CO-PRODUCTIONS—WITH TV, STREAMING ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES, MUSEUMS, GALLERIES, FESTIVALS OR CINEMA SUBSIDIES?
Podium: Julian Rosefeldt (Berlin/Munich), Teresa Hoefert de Turégano (Berlin), Beatrice Bulgari (Rome), Jacqui Davies (London)
Moderation: Daniel Lang (Filmmaker, Spokesman for the University of Television and Film Munich)
3.30 – 5.00 p.m.
WHAT WILL BE NEW FOR COLLECTORS AND MUSEUMS?
Podium: Markus Hannebauer (Berlin), Caroline Bourgeois (Paris), Chris Dercon (Paris), Hans Ulrich Obrist (London)
Moderation: Andrea Lissoni (Artistic Director, Haus der Kunst)
The symposium is aimed at a professional audience and will be held in English. The podiums will be live streamed on October 30, 2020, beginning at 10:0 a.m. and subsequently available for download at kinoderkunst.de/online-events. If you have any questions about the symposium, please contact symposium at kinoderkunst.de.