The Screen City festival is dedicated to the moving image presented in public spaces, on the city’s facades, shop windows and urban venues. It took place for the first time during from October 25th – 27th 2013. Screen City aims to explore the relation between moving image, sound and architecture. The program’s format will explore the expanded borders of cinematic experience reflecting on the line between the filmatic and non-filmatic.
The next edition of Screen City will take place October 15-18th 2015, under the title: Labour & The City In-between. The point of departure for this year’s program is the post-industrial culture we meet in Europe today, leaving us with flux definitions (and exploitation) of labour, hence presenting an unknown future. How do these industrial changes affect a city’s architectonic and social rooms?
The Eastside and its industrial buildings will be part of the Screen City landscape, presenting artists that through a filmatic and audio-visual language visualizes and address urban and industrial changes. The program will present new commissioned audio-visual performances, projection mappings, screenings and installations, produced in collaboration with local and international partners.
Full Program Coming Soon