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On Demand 3

Galleries tegenboschvanvreden

Bloemgracht 57
1016 KE Amsterdam
info@tegenboschvanvreden.com
+31 (0)20 3206768

Open Wed - Sat / 13-18 hrs
 

9 Oct — 14 Nov

Time 9 Oct, 18-21 hrs

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Curated by Carolyn H. Drake and Suzanne Wallinga
 
ON DEMAND 3 is a non-thematic video exhibition that has a similar structure to that of Netflix. Key questions within the exhibition relate to the distribution, consumption and reception of video art as a medium. Viewers are invited to pick works from a list of pre-selected recent videos chosen by the curators. Artists in ON DEMAND 3 deal with mysticism, transgender issues, escapism, new technologies, capitalism, and semiotics of the image by employing a range of cinematic genres including documentary, science fiction, animation and more. The format of ON DEMAND 3 allows visitors to explore a range of works that might otherwise not be seen together and simultaneously question this continuously developing exciting medium. With a selection of works by Dragos Alexandrescu, Basma Alsharif, Gabriel Abrantes, Neïl Beloufa, Sebastian Buerkner, Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, Agnese Cornelio, Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe, Giovanni Giaretta, Emma van der Put, Jacob Dwyer, Helen Dowling, Hamza Halloubi, Betty Leirner, Cristina Lucas, Virginia de Medeiros, Jonathan Monaghan, Luiz Roque, and Natalia Sorzano. 
 

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