Inhan Cho in conversation with Lukas Brasiskis

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Yeoreum Jeong, The Long Hole (still), 2021.

Festival Forum: EXiS 2022 Inhan Cho in conversation with Lukas Brasiskis

Festival Forum

August 18–September 1, 2022

The Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, a.k.a EXiS, was founded in 2004 by Moving Image Forum in order to screen experimental films and contemporary moving images that explore the unknown forms and territories of cinema. The festival values artists’ films made with an original vision that take on challenges and aesthetic adventures, and is one of the few places in South and East Asia that still screen works by artists who work with celluloid film.

This past July, EXiS held its 19th edition in theaters in Seoul, South Korea.

In this recorded interview, EXiS 2022 programmer Inhan Cho discusses this year’s edition with e-flux’s Lukas Brasiskis, and the selection of films picked for e-flux audiences.

The conversation is presented as part of e-flux Video & Film’s special feature of EXiS 2022, accompanying a two-week group screening of films by Jeoung Yeoreum, Go-Eun Im, Yelim Ki, Soyun Park, Inwoo Jung, eobchae, and Youngjoo Im, streaming on e-flux Video & Film for two weeks from Thursday, August 18 through Thursday, September 1, 2022.

Watch them here.

This program is part of the series Festival Forum on e-flux Video & Film, presenting collaborations with established and emerging moving-image festivals from around the world.

Inhan Cho is an artist and researcher of artists’ moving images. His works have screened at international film festivals and exhibition venues including New York Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Images Festival, EXiS, DMZ Docs, Arkipel, and the Seoul National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. In addition to his personal work, he is a co-founder of Asian Artist Moving Image Platform (AAMP). Currently he works as a programmer of the Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul (EXiS).

For more information, contact program@e-flux.com.

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