Image-Mouvement at Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève in Geneva, Switzerland, is a platform consisting of a forum and an exhibition, dedicated to the moving image. Image-Mouvement consists of an exhibition titled “Atlas. Truths, intervals, details and the afterlives of the image” and a five day forum. Image-Mouvement has its origins in the “Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement” (1997-2007), the former “Semaine Internationale de la Vidéo” (1985-1997). On the occasion of the opening of Image-Mouvement, VernissageTV met with the Director of the Centre d’Art Contemporarin Genève, Katya García-Antón. In this video, she talks about the concept of Image-Mouvement, and the exhibition “Atlas”, which she has curated. The exhibition runs through February 13, 2010.
In an upcoming episode, we also have a look at “Walking the Edit“, a public art project by Ulrich Fischer, that is part of Image-Mouvement. The video is already available for VTV members on our Members page.
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