mercoledì 25 aprile 2018

NEW WORLD | VIDEOFORMES | FIAV Festival International d'art Vidéo de Casablanca | 24>28.04.2018




April 24 > 28, 2018
Casablanca – Marocco

VIDEOFORMES XPERIMENTAL
Program by Gabriel SOUCHEYRE / VIDEOFORMES

New World / Gianluca Abbate & Virginia Eleuteri Serpieri / Italie / 2018 / 7’50
Elastic Recurrence / Johan Rijpma / Pays-Bas / 2017 / 2′
Zone fuori controllo / Giuliana Cuneaz / Italie / 2012 / 5’02
Nostalgia for nature / Hugo Arcier / France / 2013 / 8’59 
OROGENESIS / Boris Labbé / France / 2016 / 7’52 
XYLO / Malo Lacroix / France / 2017 / 4’17 
healing / Regina Hübner / Autriche-Italie / 2016 / 8’ (excerpt), HD digital colour video, 
ambient sound, excerpt of 21’03” 
Elle et la poule / Kika Nicolela / Brésil / 2017 / 4’20 
FINAL GATHERING / Alain Escalle / France / 2016 / 12’ 

FIAV 2018 
Curated by: Majid SEDDATI (FIAV) & Gabriel SOUCHEYRE (VIDEOFORMES) 

Du côté de la réalité immédiate / Pierre Villemin / France / 2017 / 30’ 
,,Asb´´اسب / Faezeh Nikoozad / Iran / 2017 / 7’53 
Suburbia #firing / Pierre Laurent / France / 2016 / 1’58 
Amnesia / Gala Shiyan / Russie / 2016 / 1′ 
Sans toi(t) / Franck Oddoz-Mazet / France / 2016 / 10′



venerdì 6 aprile 2018

DEAR ALBERT | Theatrical reading | MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI secolo | Rome 06.04.2018



Friday 6 April 2018, 21:00 - 22:00

Dear Albert

MAXXI Auditorium

by Alan Alda, directed by Mario Sesti

with Pino CalabreseSerena Dandini e Pippo Delbono
live music by Teho Teardo
video processing by Gianluca Abbate and Virginia Eleuteri Serpieri
voce off by Stefano Bianchini

The extraordinary wealth of letters written by Einstein presented for the first time in a theatrical reading

Presented for the first time on the occasion of the 2012 edition of the World Science Festival,Dear Albert traces an intimate and relatively unknown path around the life of Albert Einstein. The readings humanize a giant in the pantheon of great scientists, shedding light on his important scientific work through accounts from his private life, such as the letters to his wife Mileva Maric in which the young scientist confides dreams, projects, hopes and disappointments. Stages that were frequently difficult in the emotive and intellectual maturation that was to lead him to the great discoveries of 1905, true
“conceptual revolutions” of our century.