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International Festival Les Instants Vidéo : first news

International Festival Les Instants Vidéo : first news

From Novembre 7 to December 2, in Marseilles and elsewhere: screening programs, installations, performances, encounters…

When frontiers create continental maison closes
when close combat kills blindly
the voices of poets-artists-planetizen rise:
HUMANS OF THE WORLD, CARESS!

Instants Video, caring for a desirable future
celebrates what from May 68 upheavals
and the metamorphosis of the poet Ovide,
is still at work in our contemporary world.
Beginning with the determination to revolutionise ourselves.

A trans-continental festival, which epicentre is Marseilles, will wander in Buenos Aires, Rome, Milan, Puyricard, Aix-en-Provence and in continuous on the most important Web TV dedicated to video arts in the world Visual Container TV.

November, 9 (Friche la Belle de Mai / Marseilles): opening of an international video and digital arts exhibition (until December 2),
followed by a 3 days and 3 acts Opera (November 9, 10, 11), with discussions, sounds, images and bodies, in Red major.
And like every year, the festival will travel Marseilles all the month, welcomed by social and cultural organisations, in order to open the possibilities of artistic relationships with the All-World.

In an era in which everything can be bought or sold, Instants Vidéo insure that all the entrances are free, so that each of us, whatever our means and cultural habits, can enjoy the collective experience of the eye, the ear and the encounters, relying on her/his sensitive intelligence.

Thousands flowers to our partners who welcome a stop of the festival:
Marseille : , La Friche, AAJT, ADPEI, SARA, Vidéodrome 2, La Machine pneumatique
Aix-en-Provence : Ecole Supérieure d’Art
Puyricard : AFPS04
Rome : Université d’Architecture
Milan : [.BOX]Videoart project space / VisualcontainerTV
Buenos Aires : Festival Vidéo Bardo

Festival supported by The Ministry of Culture (DRAC PACA), The Regional Council, the General Council of Bouches-du-Rhône, The City of Marseille and Friche la Belle de Mai.

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