EyeMyth is a festival of moving images that visualize and celebrate sound and music. EyeMyth is the only festival of its kind in India looking at the past, present and future of visual music.
Curated from the work of established and emerging film makers, musicians and new media artists from around the world - the programming showcases a diversity of approaches and techniques in the creation of engaging audiovisual content. Pioneering agency OneDotZero is donating an amazing screening for this one, as is acclaimed media curation agency Stash (www.stashmedia.tv).
The Mumbai and Bangalore editions of EyeMyth also feature performances by The Light Surgeons (UK) - audiovisual pioneers that have defined this space for more than a decade, and New Culture Mash-Up - the live cinema project headed by BLOT and Nucleya.
Saturday 04 February 2012 @ The British Council, Delhi (7pm-8:30pm)
Friday 10 February 2012 @ Edward Talkies, Mumbai ft. The Light Surgeons and BLOT!
Saturday 11 February 2012 @ Counter Culture, Bangalore ft. The Light Surgeons and New Culture Mash Up
February 2012 Daily Screenings @ Iron Curtain, Hauz Khas, New Delhi
EyeMyth is supported by : Levi's Absolut
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Partnered by : The Goethe-Institut British Council Dutch DFA Pro Helvetia Swiss Arts Council
Antariksha Sanchar is a an interdisciplinary performance that interprets the history of flight. This is a journey to the origins of aircrafts in mythology, science and imagination.
Antariksha Sanchar is the closing performance for the UnBox Festival that is supported by pioneering cultural institutions. The venue for the performance is Max Mueller Bhavan, where a bespoke installation by award winning studio Anagram Architects, Cell Dsgn and BLOT will host the performance.
NOTE: This performance is open to all UnBox registered participants, invited guest and pre-registered guests ** We have a capacity limit, so PLEASE pre-register! :-) **
Please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the performance you want to attend in the subject with details of names, and a phone number
Led by Bharatanatyam exponent Guru Jayalakshmi Eshwar from Kalakshetra, the dance choreography assimilates the new media and unusual context of this piece to present a neo-classical production that looks ahead at the future of classical arts in India.
The production brings together pioneering studios from dance, art, music and architecture. This is a hybrid performance at the intersection of classical dance, costume design, cinematic experience, architecture and electronic music. All the participating artists are pioneers in their creative practices in India, and are united in their exploration of new frontiers of collaborative performance.