Following a harrowing semester in which students grappled with modules such as Mythology of the Self, Rotting the Image, and Setting Your Attitude In Stone, the first ever class of the roaming UPV film and video school are to present their coursework for the public’s appraisal.
Each of the students created a series of one-minute films in response to the aforementioned topics, contributing to a program of true range and appeal. The Videotechnic took place at Kino Klub Split in April of this year, where the students were aggressively reprogrammed with a warped practical history of artist-oriented film and video.
Furthermore, the Videotechnic’s principal, failed filmmaker turned guru Graeme Cole, will present the work in progress of his Kino Klub-inspired new video, created as part of an artist’s residency at Kino Klub Split. There will be a brief introduction, and a Q&A at the end, after which those students who graduate will be freed to the outside world to pursue careers of unparalleled artistic excellence and enviable economic stability.
The screening is open and free to all who wish to attend. It should take less than 2 hours.
This project is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
EVENT: Unfound Peoples Videotechnic: Graduate Screening
WHERE: Kino Klub Split, Ulica slobode 28, 21000 Split
WHEN: Sunday, 18th September 2016, 20.00