Tag: The End of the World as we know it

NFT from the ‘nftapping’ show

The NFT from the collaborative video mapping show at Intervals Festival in Nizhny Novgorod (described in an earlier post) is now available on Opensea and on my Opensea profile.

The ‘nftapping’ NFT is not for sale, but I will make some of my other works – including videos and images from “The End of the World as we know it” – available as NFTs for sale as soon as some technical challenges are solved.

Intervals Festival 2021, photos and videos

Photos and videos from Intervals Festival 2021 (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia) where moving images from “The End of the World as we know it” were integrated in the NFT video mapping project at the Mayak Building.

Pitch has 2 videos from the live stream of the grand opening of the NFT video mapping project at the Mayak building:
IGTV video 1
IGTV video 2

Intervals festival 2021

Intervals Festival 2021

Intervals Festival 2021

Photos from Facebook @madebypitch

Intervals Festival 2021 NFT projection mapping

Moving images from “The End of the World as we know it” are integrated in a video mapping installation shown on the iconic Mayak building in Nizhny Novgorod (Russia) every evening from 27.-29. August. The Mayak building in neo-gothic style will turn into the canvas for the NFT video mapping installation, as a part of the Intervals Festival 2021 and the program for celebrating the 800th anniversary of Nizhny Novgorod.

Artists from around the globe are participating in the collaborative audiovisual artwork, produced by Pitch with the technical support of dreamlaser. The result of the work will be minted as NFT, copies of which will be distributed between all the participating artists, one copy of the same item (token ID) each.

Pitch is live streaming the grand opening on their Instagram @madebypitch tonight 27th August 20-23 (Moscow time, GMT+3)

Lift-Off Sessions July 2021

LiftOff Global Network is showing INSOMNIA, TIME, The End of the World as we know it, outside, and videos from MANIFESTO in July’s online sessions. The festival will be live on Vimeo On Demand 19. July – 2. August and costs some money to rent. If you rent the collections and like my work, please vote.

Link to Lift-Off Sessions July 2021: https://liftoff.network/lift-off-sessions-july-2021/

You find my films here:
Programme 2 (P2): #76 The End of the World as we know it
Programme 3 (P3): #62 Videos from MANIFESTO (April 2021)
Programme 5 (P5): #11 outside and #13 TIME
Programme 6 (P6): #16 INSOMNIA

FEX. platform and exhibitions

“The End of the World as we know it” is selected for the platform and exhibitions of FEX. (DE)

FEX. is an independent and non-commercial online and exhibition platform for contemporary media art. Their goal is to promote video art, animation, experimental video or sound art in public space and attract new audiences by organizing exhibitions in unconventional spaces and locations, such as shop windows and empty business premises, walls and house facades or temporarily unused advertising spaces. All artist profiles and artworks are also presented on their platform in an online exhibition.

Visit FEX. for more news and information about their activities.

Streetlight 2021 video

Video from Streetlight 2021 showing “The End of the World as we know it” in Roman Susan’s storefront exhibition space 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL.

Video documentation by Roman Susan

Streetlight is happening right now

Roman Susan is showing “The End of the World as we know it” in Streetlight 8.-28. March in their storefront project space 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL. The projections are on view directly from the street in the afternoons and after dark, come by if you are in Chicago.

Simultan media archive

Simultan Festival, Timişoara, Romania, is creating an online archive with all the video works they had in their screening programs, and also other works and documentary materials they have since 2005. The archive includes my work “The End of the World as we know it” that was screened at Simultan XIV in 2019.

So far there are 891 entries in the extensive archive that can be visited at archive.simultan.org.

Digital Art Spaceship

V-Art has selected my work “The End of the World as we know it” for the first exhibition on a digital Art Spaceship that will be launched on their platform in March.

Watch this space for more news from me about the project.

Digital Art Spaceship

Update 03/03/2021:
Well, my project won the competition, I signed an English language agreement with V-Art that gave them the rights to show my work, and I delivered the files needed for the integration of my work in the Spaceship project. But I had to refuse to sign a legal document written in Ukrainian (which I can not read). So they took my project down again. Outrageous business.

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The End of the World as we know it is featured in Streetlight 2021

“The End of the World as we know it” is featured in Streetlight 2021, a group video project organized by Roman Susan. Works by 35 artists will be projected at a storefront location 1224 W Loyola Ave, Chicago, IL, USA, visible directly from the street during the afternoon and evening.

The show happens in March 2021, watch this site and Roman Susan’s website for more information.