Offical Trailer SCB 2017

Screen City Biennial 
2017, Migrating Stories

Larry Achiampong (UK) / Matti Aikio (NO/FI/SAMI) / Vasco Araújo (PT) / Yael Bartana (ISR) / David Blandy (UK) / Mirelle Borra (NL) / John Cleater (US) / Budhaditya Chattopadhyay (IN) / Eric Corriel (US) / Shezad Dawood (UK) / Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo (KOR/US) /John Craig Freeman (US) / Søren Thilo Funder (DK) / Lorenzo Gerbi (IT) / HC Gilje (NO) / Lodovica Guarnieri (IT) / Maria von Hausswolff (SE) / Evangelia Kranioti (GR) / Dana Levy (ISR) / Lotic (US) / Olivia Mcgilchrist (JM/FR) / Yucef Merhi (VZ) / Marcus Neustetter (SA) / Enrique Ramirez (CL) / Rona Yefman (ISR) / Duncan Speakman (UK) Margarida Paiva (PT/NO) / Marcel Odenbach (DE) / Tanja Schlander (DK) / Trevor Snapp (KE/US) / Telcosystems (NL) / Transforma (DE) / Utopian Union (Int) / Sam Wolson (US) / Tobias Zielony (DE)

Curated by Daniela Arriado and Tanya Toft Ag


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Enrique Ramirez, Incoming (2017), Video / Commissioned by SCB / Photo by Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad.

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John Cleater, Consequenses (2017), Augmented Reality / Commissioned by SCB / Photo by Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad

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John Cleater, Consequenses (2017), Augmented Reality / Commissioned by SCB / Photo by Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad

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Eric Corriel, Water will be Here (2010) / Photo by Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad

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Daniela Arriado - Enrique Ramirez

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Duncan Speakman, It Must Have been Dark by Then (2017), Audio Walk / Photo by Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad

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Telcosystem, Machine Visions (2017), AV performance / Photo by Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad

Screen City Biennial (SCB) is the first Nordic Art Biennial dedicated to the expanded moving image. It presents artworks that explore the relation between image, sound, new technologies, public and digital spaces. The architecture of the city facilitates an exhibition of new formats and the use of moving images in contemporary artistic practices. The program combines exhibitions, screenings, installations in public spaces, a talk program and the research platform SCB Journal. The Biennial presents, explores and expands the moving ‘image’ as a radical temporal art form along established and experimental artistic trajectories and in critical dialogue with the current urban sphere and context in the city.

Screen City Biennial was established in Stavanger, Norway. SCB is mobile and rotate between cities, in close collaboration with local and international art institutions and organizations. The next edition will take place in 2022 and in Oslo.

For the 2017 Biennial edition, titled Migrating Stories, explored the recent redefinition of geographies, borders and identity in relation to space and belonging. It examined how art and stories of people migrate into new forms, realities and modes of existence. SCB presented expanded moving image artworks from a broad international range of artists dealing with current complexities relating to migration. Their works reflect deeply upon journeys, diasporas and post-colonialism, transformation of place, and ‘alien’ realities. Migrating Stories was curated by Daniela Arriado and Tanya Toft Ag.

SCB 2017 supported the production of several new artworks for Stavanger’s public space, in locations such as Vågen/the harbor, Stavanger Concert Hall and the Maritime Museum.

For more information, visit: www.screencitybiennial.org

Projects

SCB 2019Project type

KunstTVProject type

The Bone VRProject type

Son.ARProject type

SCB 2015Project type

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