Oproep 3: Digitaal werken in de kunsten
Moving beyond our dualistic vision and what lies behind the surface. the parallel relationship there is between all that is visible and invisible. the truth behind online connections, how present or missing ones shape our sense of identity. To open a discourse between different disciplines, different expressions.How the past the present and the future interlace as we communicate online.
During the pandemic we asked ourselves what it means to be a human, where do our rights start and where do they end. What is humanity and can people take it away from us ? Can we get it back ? During the pandemic we all struggled, and we all felt closer because of it. Our freedom was taken away, and in a moment in time where we could only look within, we awakened. And when the supermarket was the only place where we could meet, we asked ourselves, where does the food we eat come from ? What hands are behind it ? The aim is to start a visual dialogue, around the theme of food, labour exploitation, migration, nature, the difference between big and small corporations, the earth and society, resilience and resistance, the visible and the invisible.
This project which aims to be an alchemical process, where the bad cannot be repressed, but integrated and understood, in order for it s energy to be dismantled and eventually destroyed. Our aim is to be able to find a solution and raise questions through an online communication with different artists and different disciplines in italy and belgium. The dialogue will be take shape within the 4 seasons ,where we will show archive material, new video footage, research,astrological aspects to place everything in context, crowdfunding for the the associations that protect labours and migrants, manifestos ecc. A visual journey interlacing between past present and future in order to create the 5th season that Steiner dreamed of, which is the spiritual one where all solutions are to be found and we are one within our community.
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We are working on issues such as extractive capitalism, surveillance, invisible labor, AI bias and data colonialism that impact migrants disproportionately. The challenge for us is to disseminate new healing contexts through multi-modal frameworks: art, applied/media anthropology, expressive-arts therapy, user-interaction and code.
The many environmental, social and political implications of adopting digital technology come most alive in the form of collage film. In a world that is constantly overworking for making/producing more content, collage film offers an inventive form which bypasses the shooting stage and makes the content all about editing, ideating, juxtaposition, interpretation and letting a structure emerge.