VDB at the 63rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen and LOOP Barcelona 2017

Video Data Bank at the
63rd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
May 11th-16th, 2017

Video Data Bank’s Development and Marketing Manager George William Price, and Distribution Manager Zach Vanes, will be in attendance at the 63rd International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen, Germany.

They will present a program of new works by VDB artists Nadav AssorSky Hopinka, Kent Lambert, Dana LevyJessie Mott in collaboration with Steve Reinke, and Martine Syms. If you are attending this year’s festival we invite you to join us in the Lichtburg Filmpalast Sunset for VDB’s screening on Friday, May 12th, 10.30pm.

We congratulate the other VDB artists being screened at this year’s festival including David Cort and Mary Curtis Ratcliff, Harun Farocki, Paul Garrin, George Stoney, and the Videofreex.

George and Zach are available May 11th-15th, and can be contacted at george@vdb.org or zach@vdb.org throughout the festival.


Video Data Bank at
LOOP Barcelona
May 18th-27th, 2017

Abina Manning, Director of Video Data Bank, is collaborating with LOOP Barcelona to present Looking in the Mirror, I See Me at Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA). Part of VDB’s 40th Anniversary celebrations, the screening takes place on Wednesday, May 24th, 5.00pm.

The artworks in this program, all made by women artists active in the 1970s – video’s first decade – occupy a number of positions and points of view in relation to women’s role in society. The artists included in the screening are Lynda Benglis, Hermine Freed, Suzanne Lacy, Barbara Aronofsky Latham, Susan Mogul, and Linda Montano.

Abina will be in attendance at LOOP Barcelona May 22nd-27th and can be contacted at abina@vdb.org.

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