Resonanz will be exhibited at the Dutch Design Week 2016 in Eindhoven.
On Friday, October 20, we will present Resonanz at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, as part of the first edition of Stedelijk Book Club: Press! Print! Publish!.
Resonanz will be exhibited at the Frankfurter Buchmesse, as part of the Flanders & the Netherlands pavilion. The Buchmesse opens October 18, and runs until October 23.
On september 29 the exhibition Open Fields opens in Riga, presenting Resonanz, amongst others works. The exhibition is organised by our wonderful friends at RIXC, who have invited us several times in the last 17 years to present our work in Riga. It is a great exhibition in a very beautiful – recently opened – new building of the The National Library of Latvia. So two good reasons to visit Riga, the exhibition stays on until November 2 2016.
Deorbit will be screened at the next edition of GEGENkino as part of the Vertical Cinema programme with a screening at the Paul Gerhardt Church on 28 April.
Vertical Cinema creates alternative experiences and poses interesting artistic challenges that are highly suitable for GEGENkino and especially the theme explored during this third edition of the festival: Space.Read more
The festival strives to challenge the conventions of cinema, explore what else is possible and move beyond boundaries. Space, a subject that often goes unnoticed, is often taken as a given, but is in fact full of meaning. GEGENkino departs from conventional cinema spaces to illuminate alternative venues with projected images.
Vertical Cinema filmmaker Johann Lurf will give an introductory talk about the project and his Vertical Cinema work Pyramid Flare.
Visit Gegenkino’s website for more details about the venue, tickets, the festival and the full programme.
Our friends of Macular are currently on a US tour, on which they are also bringing a showcase of Dutch experimental film and videoworks. As part of this showcase, Loudthings will be shown on April 8 at Human Resources in Los Angeles and on April 24 at the Gray Area festival in San Francisco.
Deorbit is part of the Vertical Cinema programme at Baltā Nakts 2015 in Riga. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Riga’s annual all-night arts festival (also known as Nuit Blanche or White Night), the programme centres around the subject of ‘Light’ with more than 45 events and presentations at various locations across town.Read more
Deorbit will be part of Vertical Cinema’s Australian premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF). A special feature within the MIFF film programme, Vertical Cinema will be presented twice at the Deakin Edge theatre in Melbourne on 14 August.
Vertical Cinema filmmaker Joost Rekveld and technical producer Erwin van ’t Hart will take part in MIFF’s Talking Pictures – Cinema, Reimagined. They will be joined by artist Sally Golding and University of Melbourne lecturers Wendy Haslem and Scott McQuire.
We are very happy to announce our new Telscosystems website! Once it’s completely sorted and updated, it will present all of our works, future projects and plans, interviews, images, sounds, videos, and will serve as a sort of a simple archive of our artistic practice.Read more
Telcosystems have been founded on a very significant date, 9.11.2001, and in the past 14 years, we have been active in different fields, but always somewhere on the territory of “art-science”: we made films on film, computer generated videos, installations, live performances, we made sound pieces, prints, publications and special, sound and image books, we have collaborated with numerous artists, initiated several special projects, travelled with our work on few tours, and often curated ourselves for different venues, both cinemas and galleries. Archive that we have built on this website was not easy to compile, since it includes sorting truly large data, evaluating, troubles with different, now obsolete formats, and scanning the internet for missing information. This website is a work in progress.Read less
Vexed won the Peter Wilde Award for Most Technically Innovative Film at the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival. Peter Wilde was a long-time projectionist for the festival and master of special effects, and this award honours creativity and pursuit of new techniques.Read more
Loudthings will be screened in Cinématographe in Nantes, on the 27th of March as part of the evening Texture et surface, alongside work by Takashi Makino & Jim O’Rourke, László Moholy-Nagy, Tina Frank & Florian Hecker, Fred Worden and more.