Lees hieronder wat EYE on Art in maart te bieden heeft!
Both boundary-breaking contemporary filmmakers and cherished collection pieces are being celebrated at the start of this month’s programme.
From the second half of March, EYE’s focus will be on the opening of the EYE Art & Film Prize exhibition and its’ corresponding programmes in the cinema’s.
Selected Artists’ Moving Image
13 March 19:15
New work by Dutch artists and experimental filmmakers that was recently added to EYE’s collection. The programme includes short films by filmmakers like Martha Colburn, Michiel van Bakel and EYE’s artist in residence Alexandra Navratil: both emerging artists and established names. Most of the filmmakers featured in the programme will be present for a Q&A.
This is Film! #1 Found Footage
14 March 15:30
Public lecture series devoted to notable projects in the fields of film restoration and film heritage, varying from found footage documentary films to the restoration and presentation of 70mm Hollywood classics. In this session, Bill Morrison will present his latest found footage documentary Dawson City: Frozen Time.
Opening exhibition Hito Steyerl, Ben Rivers en Wang Bing.
EYE Art & Film Prize
23 March 20:30
The first exhibition devoted to the EYE Art & Film Prize features the work of the first three winners, all of whom display social commitment in their artistic practice. They are Hito Steyerl (b. 1966, Germany), Ben Rivers (b. 1972, Britain) and Wang Bing (b. 1967, China). The winner of the fourth EYE Art & Film Prize will be announced on 5 April.
Film: How not to be seen
27 March 19:15
Everyone wants to be seen and is being traced all day; the opposite came to be almost impossible. In her oeuvre, Hito Steyerl, winner of the EYE Art & Film Prize, focuses on ‘disappearing’ and the relation between image and identity. A night programme filled with short films, music and conversations about disappearance, (in)visibility and transformation.
Last days exhibition Jesper Just
Until 11 March 19:00
EYE presents an exhibition devoted to the Danish artist Jesper Just (Copenhagen, 1974). Just created an international stir with cinematographic works in which he explores gender, desires, relations and identity in a refined visual idiom. The exhibition at EYE highlights Just’s large spatial film installations.