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October 2018

Computer Grrrls

27.10.201824.02.2019
HMKV
Dortmunder U, Ebene 4, Leonie-Reygers-Terasse
Dortmund, 44789 Deutschland
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The exhibition Computer Grrrls brings together more than 20 international artistic positions that negotiate the complex relationship between gender and technology in past and present. Computer Grrrrls deals with the link between women and technology from the first human computers to the current revival of technofeminist movements. An illustrated timeline with over 200 entries covers these developments from the 18th century to the present. Invited are artists, hackers, makers and researchers who are working on how to think differently about technology: by questioning the gender bias in big data and Artificial Intelligence, promoting an open and diversified Internet, and designing utopian technologies.

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December 2018

Video art in Cologne and Bonn living rooms // VIDEONALE.17

25.12.201823.02.2019
videonale
Köln und Bonn

Inhabitants of Bonn and Cologne will open their living rooms and invite you to moderated video evenings, each with an art video from the upcoming Videonale exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Bonn. Which video work will be shown on each evening is a surprise.

The talks about the videos will be moderated by art historian Annette Ziegert and psychologist Björn Zwingmann, and will encourage the viewer to engage individually with the respective video work.

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January 2019

Hockney/Hamilton. Expanded Graphics

19.01.14.04.
Museum Ludwig
Museum Ludwig, Hein­rich-Böll-Platz
Köln, 50667 Deutschland

Films about art can make art seem small and banal, but they can also expand and enlarge it—like the first films by the British art film pioneer James Scott (*1941). The Museum Ludwig will bring them into a dialogue with the works they feature: David Hockney’s Illustrations for Fourteen Poems by C.P. Cavafy (1966) and works by Richard Hamilton. The Cologne-based collectors Herbert Meyer-Ellinger and Christoph Vowinckel donated this series of works by Hockney to the museum in 2016. Now it is being exhibited for the first time, along with works on paper by Hockney and Hamilton from the collection, supplemented with loans from private collections.

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Time of my life – A short film programme about encounters between young and old

20.01., 17:00 h19:00 h
SK Stiftung Kultur
Begegnungszentrum Kirche Alt St. Ulrich, Ulrichstraße 110
Frechen, 50226 Deutschland

How do young and old look at life? Where do the glances meet - where are the generations far apart? How does life feel - like transience? With a mixture of contemporary, historical and artistic short films, advertising clips, video works, short documentaries and music videos, the film programme illuminates the most diverse facets of aging and the encounter of generations and at the same time invites us to smile and reflect. Since 2012, the SK Stiftung Kultur has made dialogue between the generations the guiding principle of its media art projects - and so this film programme is also about stories and thoughts about getting older and about situations between old and young. A short film programme of the SK Stiftung Kultur. Compiled by Dominik Bühler, Birgit Hauska and Nina Waibel. You can find an overview of the entire programme here. An event in cooperation with: Photo: © You and Me (Karsten Krause, D 2009 | Aus dem Archiv der Internationalen Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen)

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March 2019

medienwerk.nrw at META Marathon 2019

15.03., 21:00 h17.03., 21:00 h
NRW-Forum Düsseldorf
NRW Forum, Ehrenhof 2
Düsseldorf, 40479 Deutschland
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“META Marathon" is a New Technology Festival. From 15-17 March 2019, the NRW Forum will be transformed into a Living Lab with a 42-hour non-stop programme. On the 17th at 11am the Office medienwerk.nrw presents a panel with Katrin Hochschuh, Adam Donovan and So Kanno.

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May 2019

ON/LIVE – The Theatre of the Digital Natives

10.05., 19:00 h12.05., 22:00 h
FFT
FFT Juta, Kasernenstraße 6
Düsseldorf, 40213 Deutschland

In the near future there will be only one theatre left: The Theatre of the Digital Natives. It belongs to those who can no longer imagine a world without digital networking, smart devices and social networks. The symposium ON/LIVE brings together digital natives from art, science, school and politics and asks how we will meet in the future - in theatre and in everyday life.

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Blue Skies #1 Bodies in Trouble

22.05., 8:00 h17:00 h
PACT Zollverein
PACT Zollverein, Bullmannaue 20a
Essen, NRW 45327 Deutschland

The growing impact of technology on life as we know it brings changes to our bodies, our communities and the environment – what can we do? How can we understand and shape these changes collectively? These are the questions PACT Zollverein asks in its new reccuring festival "Blue Skies". The first edition is developed together with the Office medienwerk.nrw

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November 2019

Scarred Generation – A Tribute to 30 Years Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School

17.11., 15:00 h17:00 h
Filmforum NRW im Museum Ludwig, Bischofsgartenstraße 1, 50667 Köln
Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen 50667 Deutschland
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On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School (JSFS), , but also due to a new growing anti-semitism, the SK Stiftung Kultur presents in cooperation with the KFFK / Short Film Festival Cologne the guest program "Scarred Generation - 30 Years Sam Spiegel Film School". Filmmaker Aleeza Chanowitz ("Mushkie") will be a guest from Israel and guide through the program. Subsequent there will be a Q&A with her and the audience. In six short films from 1997 to 2015, the program focuses on the...

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