AYMABTU (All Your Media are Belong to Us)

All Your Media are Belong to Us screening night is a mash up of retro tech and seasoned art works with you, the audience, traveling through time to watch each contribution on its ‘native’ format (from 16mm film to 16:9 digital video).

The evening will feature works from REWIND| Artists’ Video in the 1970s & 1980s alongside works from both NEoN’s own digital asset archive, and that of the Alt-w awards and New Media Scotland. The evening is choreographed to allow reflection on the changes technology has brought to moving image art, and to set the scene for Friday’s mini symposium on futureproofing the digital arts and ensuring legacy for art in all its analogue and digital manifestations.

Includes (programme subject to change):

Works from REWIND| Artists’ Video in the 1970s & 1980s

Works from New Media Scotland / Alt-w award archive

Heartbeater by Edinburgh based Composer Matthew Collings and American-Icelandic artist Erik Parr. Commissioned by NEoN in 2012

Flowers (2012-2013) by Daniel Brown, loaned from the collections of the University of Dundee Museum Services (presented by the Art Fund and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation)

Event information

Title: AYMABTU (All Your Media are Belong to Us)
Venue: Nilupul Centre
Where: Reform Street
When: Thursday 6th November
Time: 7pm – 9pm

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