A selection of 43 video works presented daily during the COVID-19 pandemic. All the selected videos are from 60Seconds festival entrances or other projects and have not been shown at the festival before. A short selection of 10 videos will be projected daily at Frederiksberg library during Juni from 10-24 (PM).
We are proud to anounce and welcome 2019 jury member, Charlotte Haslund-Christensen to join 60Seconds Festival. She is a visual artist born and based in Copenhagen. Graduate of the Danish school of art photography Fatamorgana (1996) and the International Center of Photography in New York (1997). Haslund-Christensen's long-term photographic and video art projects are performative and documentary, taking their impetus from the specific contexts in which they are created, for example anthropological 'expeditions', in the basement of a police station or as a traveling photographer or camerawoman in local communities. A common political thread throughout her oeuvre is addressing stereotypes and the role of the media - past and the present - in their creation.
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The Wrong Biennale Throughout November 2019, 60Seconds will present 30 video works in Copenhagen on the occasion of The Wrong Biennale. They will be screened after dark, at the outside walls of Union, Den Fri Udstillingsbygning and Frederiksberg Library.
Den Fri: selected artist : Yossi Galanti / Kailum Graves / Ditte Johanne / Xu Han / Viktoria Gudnadottir / Darya von Berner / João Rocha / Sara Bonaventura / Y Divya Sri / Susanne Layla Petersen Union selected artist: Hamza kırbaş / Diego Bernaschina / Nicole Neidert & Linnea Bågander / Osmar Domingos / Jean-Marie Guyaux / Susanne Layla Petersen / Elinor Solomon / Milos Peskir / Celina Lage / Ruxandra Mitache Frederiksberg Library selected artist: Kuesti Fraun / Vladimir Vasic / Alberte Skronski / Bilaal Raji Saheed / Letta Shtohryn / Jérémy Griffaud / Diego Crux / Sasha Katz/ Eva House/ Fran Orallo.
60Secondsaward-winning videos presentation at the 10th Seoul Metro International Subway Film Festival 14.
Award-winning videos from 2006/2019
Subway by Yuqi Wang, /China/
Bosnia and Herzegovina Borderless by Mila Panic, Selma Selman, and Sasha Tatic /Bosnia Herzegovina/
X by Bjørn Magnhildøen, /Spain/Norway/
/sii/ by Augenblick, /Italy/
Point of View by Sasha Tatic, /Bosnia and Herzegovina/
War and Peace by Amir Todeh Rosta, /Iran/
Fear by Øivind Weingaarde, /Denmark/,
Article 29 by Clara Jantzen Kreinøe, /Denmark/
Western Sahara by Elo Vega, /Spain/
Rights by Carlos S. Alvarez, /Denmark/
Flesh by Maarten Rots, /The Netherlands/
Hanger-on by Fernando Baena, /Spain/
Untitled # by Torben Kjærgaard /Denmark/
The undreground screenings at the Seoul Metro line No. 1~8 and line stations. will also include the Audience Award Winners from 2006-2019 Seoul Metro International subway Film Festival (SMIFF), hosted by Seoul Metro, Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival and Barcelona TMB, is the first international metro film festival in Asia. Under the slogan '90 seconds of imagination, Enjoy the subway!', the festival has been held in Seoul and Barcelona’s subway since 2009. 60Seconds selection of award-winning videos will be screened both at Seoul Metro line No. 1~8 and line stations.
31 Annual exhibition at MAM Chiloe, from 2019/01/12 to 2019/04/12 at MAM Chiloe / Parque Municipal de Castro s/n, Chiloé – X Región de los Lagos – Chile.
Benedikte Esperi, Sweden, Jun-Yuan Hong, Taiwan, Alex Canteli, Spain, Filip Hede, Denmark, Sohanu Ghosh, India, Maria Jose Alos, Mexico, Ruben van Klaveren, Netherlands, Helle Fuglsang, Denmark, Line Larsen, Denmark, Thyra Dragseth, Norway, Mikkel Haynes, Denmark, Viktoria Gudnadottir, Netherlands, Rasmus Albertsen, Sweden, Aga Paulina Mlynczak, Denmark, Igor Radosavljevic, Denmark, Saša Tatić, Bosnia and Herzegovina, David Montgomery, United States, Nicolas Servida & Juan Hein, Denmark, Michael Gaddini, Italy, Ana Mendes, Portugal.
Made with the support from the Danish Arts Foundation.
60+ LEAP SECOND SCREENING is a collaboration between 60Seconds short film festival and Leap Second Festival. Both festivals dealing with works of short duration presented at alternative platforms and public spaces.
At Piksel 17 we’ll screen the films virtually in public space with the piratebox technology which allows people to connect to a network router to see the exhibition on their smart devices.