E.V.A. – Experimental Video Art
16th July – 5th August 2011
Venue : Bashimi Art House
5020 Salzburg, Austria
Bashimi Art House is pleased to present a selection of experimental videos from emerging artists.9 artists from various countries participate the organisation with their last term works.
Video screenings will take place in Bashimi Art House , Salzburg Gallery daily between 4pm – 7pm . Free entrance screenings will be open for all video art lovers in Salzburg .
Fred. L’Epee, Dimitra Pouliopoulou, Frank N (Frank Nlermann), Kiron Hussain, Jack Stenner, Freja Mitchell, Giacomo Favilla, Niko Hendrickx, Chris Loukes
Elegia / Fred. L’Epee and Dimitra Pouliopoulou / Switzerland and Greece / 2011 / 7 minutes
I was looking for something / Frank N / Germany / 2010 / 6 minutes 25 seconds
Slick Horsing / Kiron Hussain / England / 2010 / 2 minutes 44 seconds
Maintaining Appearances / Jack Stenner / USA / 2010 / 5 minutes 22 seconds
Laundromat / Freja Mitchell / USA / 2010 / 3 minutes 35 seconds
Le Gorille- Charleston / Giacomo Favilla / Italy / 3 minutes 15 seconds
The Modern Caveman / Niko Hendrickx / Belgium / 1 minutes 43 seconds
Passage – 88 miles to the sea / Chris Loukes / England / 5 minutes 5 seconds
Passing / Chris Loukes / England / 4 minutes 30 seconds
E.V.A. Summer Screening is managed by BachModern Project , supported by Bashimi Art House and The Visual ARTBEAT Magazine.
For Further information , please contact Sebnem Basimi Holzer on + 43 (0) 650 424 42 43
5020 Salzburg, Austria
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