Screening of the audiovisual projects presented at the last Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement in Geneva: The Sound of Screens Imploding, curated by Andrea Lissoni, former Senior Curator of International Art (Film) at Tate Modern and current artistic director of the Munich Haus der Kunst, and Andrea Bellini, director of the Centre d’Art Contemporain in Geneva.
A unique hybrid event—at the crossroads of a film festival, a plethora of solo exhibitions, performances and a platform for research and production—the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement or BIM brings together visual artists, performers, musicians and filmmakers. The latter engage in a dialogue with the curators throughout the production process of a new work, financed or co-financed by the Centre and premiering in Geneva every two years.
28 February 2020Films, Screenings “Parsi” by Eduardo Williams with Mariano Blatt
Inauguration of the cycle dedicated to the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement of the Centre d’Art Contemporain, (…)
29 February 2020Films, Screenings “Rosarium” by Sarah Abu Abdallah + “Restored Communication” by Neïl Beloufa
Two films that depict Arab society from two very different vantage points: a reality-show parody set in Iran, and a (…)
29 February 2020Films, Screenings “The Lost Line” by Florent Meng + “Walled Unwalled” by Lawrence Abu Hamdan
This metaphysical session will make us wonder: What is dark matter? Does it make sense to spend our lives researching (…)
01 March 2020Films, Screenings “Crossing” J. Richards & L. Thornton + “After Scarcity” Bahar Noorizadeh
Crossing materialises an intense phase of exchange between the artists, who belong to two different generations and (…)
01 March 2020Films, Screenings “This Action Lies” by James N. Kienitz Wilkins + “BLKNWS” by Kahlil Joseph
This Action Lies is about the limits of observation, about staring very hard at something while listening to something (…)