Artist‘s moving image: Intersection of film and art
Reykjavík Art Museum's autumn conference, Artist's moving image, in Hafnarhús 24–26. November.
In the second symposium of the autumn conference, artists and academics will discuss the relationship between film and art.
The conference is connected to the collection and exhibitions at Reykjavík Art Museum, as well as the upcoming European Film Awards in December.
Saturday 26. November:
13.10: Hlynur Helgason, Assistant professor in Art history and theory. (EN)
13.35: Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir, visual artist. – Working on an intersection: living on the edge (EN)
14.05: Joshua Reiman, visual artist. – Strange Devices, a neospatial practice (EN)
14.35: Anna María Bogadóttir, architect. – INTERMENT - and building with time (EN)
15.05: Coffee break
15.20: Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir, poet and visual artist. (EN)
15.50: Lee Lynch, visual artist and film producer. (EN)
16.20: Questions and discussions
The topic of the first symposium of the conference, Friday 25. november, is the conservation and displaying of time based and digital media in museums and the challenges involved.
The idea for this event is rooted in Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir's exhibition at Reykjavík Art Museum 2021, Keep Frozen, curated by Birta Guðjónsdóttir. Then it turned out that it was not possible to hold a public event due to Covid, and the idea is now being revived in connection with the exhibitions Transits and Down North, as well as the European Film Awards in December.