Setzkasten another night of international collaborations
PIX FILM is partner presenter of
Online premieres and experiments.
Begins at 20:00 CET (UTC +1)
IV. POST-CRISIS REMEMBRANCE – M. Kardinal & Monocube An audio-visual remembrance through post-crisis moments of urban landscapes and their sounds reflecting on contemporary crisis eventssuch as disasters, and other critical incidents.
Created from found footage of urban environment – in particular archive material from Berlin – the running magnetic tape will be analogue manipulated with a modified video mixer. The visual motifs interact with the music of Monocube and vice versa. Based on analogue synthesizer and field recordings, he fills the space with a nervous, dreadful energy.
Miniaturen DISPOSABLE INSTRUMENTS III – Noid
Die Schrödingergleichung wird in den fünfdimensionalen Raum übertragen – sie transformiert in Form einer akustischen Differentialgleichung die zeitliche Veränderung des quantenmechanischen Bildzustands eines nichtrelativistischen Systems.
Philip Leitner & Stefan Voglsinger
21:00 CoroNation: An Interpenetration Collaboration mit “Setzkasten” 二番
Maja Osojnik presents MAMKA RECORDS (mamka = slowenisch Omilein) “buy my art, before I die”
MAMKA RECORDS is a new Viennese label, born out of the longing for a space where each and every production is seen and celebrated as a distinct artwork, and one-of-a-kind in its own right.
MAMKA releases statements. Small, but mighty, the label finds its home in all kinds of formats, apart from preexisting norms and technical standards.
MAMKA serves no market. Instead, it serves artists as a platform for their experimental position. At the interface between contemporary experimental music, fine art, literature, handmade electronics and love for detail, MAMKA symbolizes risk, confrontation, benevolent radicalism and the implicitness of the unique. MAMKA is a label for those who revolt, rebel, demand and ask questions.
KMET „viral period“
Are you ping or are you pong?
Text: Maria, Ellie, Gabriella, Peter
Duration: 6min 47
players: A + F
music video voice: KMET
$1000 a day
text: a friend from nyc
duration: 5min 13
music video voice: KMET
Repeating habits, repeating routes and routines, repeating games. Portraits of narrowness. Portraits of wideness.
Where do you choose to look and put your focus on? The words come out of different pandemic areas around the globe.
Friendly exchange of war poems of love, luck, hurt and despair.
21.30 Pix Film Collaboration
03:30 PM - Toronto Time
Madicare: audiovisual experiment
The research on WORMHOLE IV aims to connect places acoustically and visually, to distort them in time and to decipher them locally – online and in real world.
22:00 Fuck Club Leeds
FUCKCLUB is a live art night in Leeds with immersive theatrical elements that extend past the cabaret format. We’ve made it our mission to consume, digest and assimilate radical and abrasive live art. Send us some spam -firstname.lastname@example.org And Spice up ya fucking lives, ya fucking spiceheads.
… as well as some specials and Cinèmatons from the Collection of Guillermo Tellechea (Artoutput) Portraitserie, Super8, Oneshot, 200sec
Setzkasten broadcast a night of international collaborations.
PIX FILM is partner presenter of online Premieres and Experiments.
April, 18 2020 Begins 17:00
Invited guest: Madi Piller @ PIX FILM Gallery performing with Stefan Voglsinger in Setzkasten Vienna
Will BE BACK AFTER COVID-19
Due to the recent COVID-19 concerns, this event is canceled. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
Toronto Book Launch + Screening
Thursday March 19
Reception - 6:00 pm
Screening - 7:00 pm
PIX FILM Gallery - 1411 Dufferin Street Unit C
Archive/Counter-Archive is delighted to host the Toronto book launch of Andrew Burke’s HINTERLAND REMIXED, featuring a special screening of rare and unusual films from 1970s Canada!
The 1970s sometimes feel like a forgotten decade in Canada. Hinterland Remixed challenges this, looking to 1970s Canadian film and television for examples of the utopian and unusual, investigating the unpredictable operations of national cultural memory and its relation to the audiovisual archive. From Michael Snow's experimental landscape film La Région Centrale to SCTV's satirical skewering of network television, this book asks key questions about nation, nostalgia, media, and memory.
Following the film programme will be a conversation with Andrew Burke led by Geoff Pevere (Program Director, Rendez-Vous With Madness Film Festival).
Light refreshments will be served and copies of HINTERLAND REMIXED will be available for purchase!