IBIS Open Walls 2.1

Ibis Open Walls

Käytä hyväksesi tilaisuus esitellä kuviasi Valokuvagalleria Ibiksessä!

Utnyttja chansen att ställa ut på fotogalleri Ibis!

Tarjoamme sinulle näyttelytilaa Valokuvagalleria Ibiksessä ajalle 10.4-23.5.2021.

Olemme jakaneet gallerian seinät 20 ruuduksi ja haluamme, että juuri sinä esittäydyt yhdessä ruuduista. Ruudut ovat 110 cm leveitä ja korkeus on 230 cm. Saat vapaat kädet hyödyntää omaa ruutuasi.*

Nopeat syö hitaat!

Ilmoittaudu sähköpostilla gallery.ibis [-at-] gmail.com ja kirjoita aihe-kenttään: Open Walls. Muista kertoa meille myös nimesi ja puhelinnumerosi, jotta voimme ottaa sinuun yhteyttä.

Ilmoittautuminen on sitova ja osallistumisesi vahvistetaan maksettuasi laskun, jonka saat ilmoittautumisesi jälkeen. Ilmoitamme, jos olet saanut paikan viimeistään 20.3.

Näyttelymaksu 50 €. Sisältää ruudun vuokran ja avajaiskutsun kahdelle.

Käytännöllistä tietoa:
Kaikki osallistujat tuottavat itse sisällön omaan ruutuunsa ja täyttävät ruutunsa kahtena iltana (7-8.4) myöhimmin ilmoitettavan aikataulun mukaisesti.
Lehdistöinfo järjestetään perjantaina 9.4.
Avajaiset järjestetään perjantaina 9.4 kello 17, jos tilanne sallii sen järjestämisen.

*Ibis säilyttää itsellään oikeuden poistaa lainvastaiset työt. Ibiksellä on oikeus käyttää kuvia töistäsi näyttelyn markkinointiin.

Vi bjuder in dig att ställa ut på fotogalleri Ibis under tiden 10.4-23.5.2021.

Vi har delat in galleriets väggar i tjugo rutor och vill att just du skall ställa ut hos oss! Rutorna är 110 cm breda och höjden är 230 cm. Du får fria händer att utnyttja din egen ruta*

Det är först till kvarn som gäller!

Anmäl dig till en plats via epost till oss gallery.ibis@gmail.com och sätt som ärende: Open Walls. Bifoga ditt telefonnummer så att vi kan nå dig.

Din anmälan är bindande och din medverkan bekräftas efter att du betalat fakturan som du får efter anmälan. Vi meddelar om du fått en plats senast den 20.3.

Utställningsavgift: 50€. Innehåller: hyra för din ruta, inbjudan till vernissage med avec.

Praktisk information:

Alla deltagare producerar innehållet till sin egen ruta och fyller sin ruta under två kvällar (7-8.4) enligt en tidtabell som meddelas senare.
Pressinfo hålls på fredag 9.4.
Vernissage hålla fredagen den 9.4 klockan 17, om situationen tillåter att den ordnas.

*Ibis förbehåller sig rätten att avlägsna lagstridiga verk. Ibis förbehåller sig rätten att använda avbildningar av dina verk i marknadsföring av utställningen

Take the opportunity to exhibit at Photogallery IBIS!

We invite you to exhibit at the photo gallery Ibis during the period 10.4-23.5.2021. We have divided the gallery walls into twenty squares and we want you to exhibit with us! The squares are 110 cm wide and the height is 230 cm. You get free hands to use your own area *

The Principle is: “first to the mill does the first grinding”

Sign up for a square by emailing us at gallery.ibis@gmail.com with the Subject: “Open Walls”.
Attach your name and phone number to the application so we can reach you.

Your registration is binding and your participation is confirmed after you have paid the invoice you will receive by email. We‘ll notify all applicants if you received a site or a reserve by March 20th.

Exhibit fee: 50 €. Includes rent for your square + an invitation to the opening with avec.

Practical information:

All participants will produce the content for their own space and will fill their square during two evenings (7-8.4) according to a later given timetable.
Press Info will be held at Friday 9.4.
The Opening will be held at Friday, 9.4, if it’s possible to organise due to the pandemic.

*Ibis reserves the right to remove unlawful works. Ibis reserves the right to use images of your works in the promotion of the exhibition


Filmverkstaden10

Filmverkstaden10

Our aim is, and has been over the past years, to keep analog film and photography alive and accessible in the nordic baltic region and to promote its transformation into the future. For almost a decade Filmverkstaden has been offering the facilities needed for working with analog film and photography, as well as organising hands on workshops, film screenings and other related projects. Seizing the occasion of Filmverkstadens 10th anniversary, we intend to introduce these unique art forms to a broad public and to sustain these art forms by means of a festival, comprising of a 3-month exhibition, a public programme with workshops, film screenings and live cinema performances and a labs meeting. We aim to create a meeting point of exchange and engagement of ideas and experiences around filmic creation.

The exhibition is not only an overview of works made by members and guest artists at the unique facilities of Filmverkstaden, it is also an overview of the current state of what is happening within the world of analog film and photography. The works on display are all analog or have been initiated on analog film, providing a unique opportunity to dive into a world of alchemy, where light becomes silver. It offers the rare opportunity of experiencing expanded cinema works and works on the boundaries of analog film and photography.

The exhibition will be curated by Sarah Schipschack, film curator, programmer, and producer, based in Tromsø,
Norway, in collaboration with Britt Al-Busultan, founder and director of Filmverkstaden and artist working with expanded cinema. The exhibition focuses on analog film and photography, digital works initiated on analog, installation and two dimensional works that explore the concept of (moving) image in all possible forms and appearances. Characteristic are the handmade aspect, the experiments and the innovative techniques.

 

Invited artists working with analog photography:

Dagie Brundert (DE)

Dagie Brundert (1962) studied visual arts and experimental film when she fell in love with her
super 8 camera (Nizo). Since then she has been trying to be a particle-finder, a wave-catcher, and a
good story-teller, always looking for and absorbing weird beautiful things from this world,
chewing and spitting them out again.
https://www.dagiebrundert.de/

 

Daniel Beijar (FI)

Daniel Beijar has been engaging himself with analog techniques for more than a decade. His interests go everywhere from double8 filming to large format photography and collodium wet plate. Since the last couple of years, he had specialised himself in environmental friendly techniques. Beijar develops film and photographs in coffee and makes cyanotypes.

 

Claudia Hausfeld (IS/DE)

Claudia Hausfeld (b. 1980) was born in Berlin and lives and works in Reykjavík. She studied photography at the Zürich University of the Arts, Switzerland and graduated from the Art Academy of Iceland in 2012. She has been an active member in several artist run exhibition spaces in Switzerland, Denmark and Iceland. Claudia Hausfeld creates spaces that play with the reliability of the visual. She works primarily with the deconstruction of the photographic image. Memory, perception and the sense of reality that is inherent in photography is being put to a test. Questions about the representation of what is visible are translated into collages, objects and text works, combining photography, sculpture, images and sound.
https://www.claudiahausfeld.com/

 

Elvira Akzigitova (EE)

Elvira Akzigitova (1988) is an analog visual artist from the ex-Soviet cement suburbia in Estonia. Photography is her way of dealing with a shifting and fragmented environment. Her work uncovers the bond between form and content, as well as the ambivalence between intension and chance. After many years of working with digital formats, she came back to the cracks and crunches of film and non-traditional darkroom processes. She chooses in-depth and pure methods of visualisation, as opposed to cold digital detachment.