Событие: CYLAND Media Lab in collaboration with Made in NY Media Center by IFP
present CYFEST’11 International Video Screening:
To Touch The Sky
For the 11th Annual CYFEST, Cyland MediaArt Lab is partnering
with The Made in New York Media Center By IFP for a new media & video art::tech event.
THE CYFEST’S DIGITAL VIDEO ART PROGRAM
To Touch The Sky
Flights of fancy of humanity, dreams of fame, instantaneous movement, high above the clouds and to other planets – all these things are practically a reality today. Our thoughts and feelings have moved to digital clouds, to computers and gadgets. Our bodies exist in impossibly tall towers, in deserts, in conditions that were previously impossible for life, in space; and consciousness moves across the world without hinderance. Two worlds: the real and the virtual are irrevocably intertwined, and can no longer be separated. What used to be unimaginable becomes reality!
“Art absorbs modern technologies, creating augmented reality. The artist constantly acquires new tools to create images and metaphors of the real world. What does our world today look like, how does it translate to another visual language, how does our transaction transform, and our perception of the known?”
THE CYFEST 11 DIGITAL VIDEO PROGRAM is curated selection of video art works via open call, in various innovative genres: animated gifs, net art, 3D and stop-motion animation, cinema 4D, mockumentary and performance art, gaming, digital collage, and experimental films. The program features Russian artists from Petersburg and Moscow.
The upcoming CYFEST takes place fall 2017 in New York – winter 2018 in St. Petersburg. The CYFEST Video Program will be screened at the Made In New York Media Center (Brooklyn, New York) as part of CYFEST. The program of the international video & media artworks by established and emerging artists curated by Victoria Ilyushkina:
Alexander Borisov (Russia), Mark Cypher (Australia), Kseniia Galkina (Russia), Ariane Loze (Belgium), Egor Kraft, Pekka Tynkkynen Alina Kvirkveliya & Karina Golubenko (Finland-Russia), Maxim Svishyov (Russia), Alexander Dupuis (USA), Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai (Russia), Ben Grosser (USA), Kuesti Fraun (Germany), Eden Mitsenmacher & Rebecca Tritschler (Netherlands), Dagnini (Russia), Greg Marshall (Canada), Andréa Stanislav (USA), AUJIK (Sweden), Tanya Akhmetgalieva (Russia), Alexander Senko (Russia), Elena Gubanova & Ivan Govorkov (Russia), Andrey Kasay (Russia).
The 11th Annual CYFEST theme is Weather forecast: Digital Cloudiness.
В рамках фестиваля также будет представлена инсталляция “Облачно, возможны пиксели”, созданная интерактивной мастерской университета Пратт Blake Marques Carrington. Коллективная видеоработа будет демонстрироваться на 27 экранах, развивая тему КИБЕРФЕСТА “Прогноз погоды: цифровая облачность”. Размышляя над идеями дискретности природы, моделированием и облачными данными в качестве новых сред, молодые художники предложат свои версии нахождения сознания и пребывания в непрерывном потоке данных.
Art students participating in Cloud with a Chance of Pixels: Holly Adams, Tess Adams, Anthony Cavieles, Heidy Cordero-Arias, Lauren Dimaya, Michael Lee, Krystal Li, Jared Lynch, Naeem Murdic.
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CYFEST (КИБЕРФЕСТ) – one of the largest international media art festivals, it was founded in St. Petersburg in 2007 by independent artists and curators. The festival promotes the emergence of new forms of art and high technology interactions, developing professional connections between artists, curators, engineers and programmers around the world and exposing wide audiences to the works in the field of robotics, video art, sound art and net art. Over the years, the festival has invited artists from Russia, USA, Germany, Japan, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Finland, Italy, the Philippines and other countries.
During its existence, the festival has earned a reputation as the original and the most significant New Media event in Russia. Making a pivotal leap in 2013 — CYFEST’s 7th edition expanded for the first time outside Russia to Berlin, attracting over 10,000 visitors over 5 days. In 2014/2015, CYLAND & CYFEST reached further by branching to 5 innovative cities (St Petersburg, Moscow, Tokyo, Berlin, New York) on the Art & Tech frontier, strengthening cultural exchange among innovators. For its 10 anniversary 2017, CYFEST gathered more than 100 artists from 20 countries.
CYFEST has had partnerships with respected classical and experimental art institutions including the Scientific Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts, Museum of Applied Arts of St. Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design, Youth Educational Centre of the State Hermitage Museum, Taiga Creative Space, Luda Gallery, Golitsyn Hall, and St. Petersburg Sound Museum.
CYLAND MediaArtLab is one of Russia’s most active New Media art nonprofit organizations and has headquarters in St Petersburg, Russia and NYC.
The Made in NY Media Center by IFP, designed by MESH Architects, is a multi- disciplinary creative space with over 20,000 square feet at 30 John Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
30 John Street
DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY 11232