Shrinking Cinema

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Shrinking Cinema

Blickle Kino / Belvedere 21

14 December — 2018

Blickle Kino / Belvedere 21
Blickle Kino / Belvedere 21
Blickle Kino / Belvedere 21
Blickle Kino / Belvedere 21

Format - Cinema, Black Box Diagram

Material - Performance, Presentations, Projected Palais des Beaux Arts Website, Audience, Amplified Audio 

Dimensions - Responsive, ca. 2 Hours

With - Juniper Foam (Gerhard Schultz), Nikola Hansalik, Carlos Carcaré, Seth Lower, Seth Weiner, Alexandra Wanderer, Lucrecia Dalt, and Thomas D. Lonner

Year - 2018

Photos - Djoana Gueorguieva

Artistic Director - Seth Weiner

Curator - Claudia Slanar

Thanks - Blickle Kino (Belvedere 21)

In the effort to bring images as close to the retina as possible, the screen has been stripped of its collectivity. When everyone already has a private movie theatre in their pockets how can the physical and social space of the cinema avoid becoming obsolete?

By treating the cinema as an over-sized container for a website, the first evening in the series Shrinking Cinema aimed to highlight the condition of a screen—whether palm sized or spanning an entire wall—as a cinematic apparatus that becomes a space for the projection of memory, afterimages, and speculation.

Using the black box diagram of the Blickle Kino, Seth Weiner from the Palais des Beaux Arts presented and discussed a series of commissioned works with Claudia Slanar from Juniper Foam, Nikola Hansalik, Carlos Carcaré, Seth Lower, and Thomas D. Lonner, followed by performances from Alexandra Wanderer and Lucrecia Dalt.


14 December — 2018
Blickle Kino / Belvedere 21

Format - Cinema, Black Box Diagram

Material - Performance, Presentations, Projected Palais des Beaux Arts Website, Audience, Amplified Audio 

Dimensions - Responsive, ca. 2 Hours

With - Juniper Foam (Gerhard Schultz), Nikola Hansalik, Carlos Carcaré, Seth Lower, Seth Weiner, Alexandra Wanderer, Lucrecia Dalt, and Thomas D. Lonner

Year - 2018

Photos - Djoana Gueorguieva

Artistic Director - Seth Weiner

Curator - Claudia Slanar

Thanks - Blickle Kino (Belvedere 21)

Format - Cinema, Black Box Diagram

Material - Performance, Presentations, Projected Palais des Beaux Arts Website, Audience, Amplified Audio 

Dimensions - Responsive, ca. 2 Hours

With - Juniper Foam (Gerhard Schultz), Nikola Hansalik, Carlos Carcaré, Seth Lower, Seth Weiner, Alexandra Wanderer, Lucrecia Dalt, and Thomas D. Lonner

Year - 2018

Photos - Djoana Gueorguieva

Artistic Director - Seth Weiner

Curator - Claudia Slanar

Thanks - Blickle Kino (Belvedere 21)

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