January 20, 2012 - Sundance Film Festival - Art and Film at Sundance Film Festival 2012
January 20, 2012

Art and Film at Sundance Film Festival 2012

Art and Film at Sundance Film Festival 2012​
Art, film, and technology converge at the Sundance Film Festival with world premieres of feature films and New Frontier, a dynamic presentation of cinematic media installations, multimedia performances, and transmedia experiences.

www.sundance.org/newfrontier

Portraits of two of today’s most provocative artists bring contemporary art to the big screen, in Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, and Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present. Cinematic media installations, multimedia performances, and transmedia experiences are found in the Festival’s New Frontier program. Presenting work of artists, journalists, game designers, and media scientists, New Frontier 2012 explores the integration of human forms with the techno-sphere and ushers in a media environment of the future that nourishes the cornerstones of our humanity—our social nature, vulnerability, and creativity.

New Frontier 2012 opens on January 20, 2012. The exhibit runs in Park City, Utah through January 28 and at the Salt Lake City Art Center through May 19.

New Frontier 2012 Artists and Projects

Himalaya Song by Gingger Shankar, Mridu Chandra, The Shanghai Restoration Project
Abacus by Paul Abacus, Early Morning Opera, Lars Jan
Bear 71 by Jeremy Mendes and Leanne Allison
The Cloud of Unknowing by Ho Tzu Nyen
Evolution (Megaplex) by Marco Brambilla
Hunger in Los Angeles by Nonny de la Peña
My Generation by Eva and Fronco Mattes, a.k.a. 0100101110101101.org
Radical Games Against the Tyranny of Entertainment by ARTIST Molleindustria
To Many Men Strange Fates are Given by Brent Green
Question Bridge: Black Males by Hank Willis Thomas, Chris Johnson, in collaboration with Bayete Ross Smith and Kamal Sinclair
whiteonwhite: algorhythmicnoir by Eve Sussman & The Rufus Corporation

www.sundance.org/newfrontier
www.slartcenter.org

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