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DRIFT: Film Festival Premiere at Stills ScreenLab

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Chris Byrne <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 2 Aug 2004 21:13:37 +0100

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DRIFT: FILM FESTIVAL PREMIERE FOR 25 UK ARTISTS AND FILM-MAKERS

DRIFT is New Media Scotland's latest curated programme of artists’ 
films and videos, launching this Friday, 6 August 2004, 6 – 8 pm at 
Stills ScreenLab, 23 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh.

The world premiere of DRIFT is part of the 58th Edinburgh International 
Film Festival's 'Black Box' strand, dedicated to the space 'where film 
and visual arts collide'. DRIFT will be showing daily at Stills 
ScreenLab, 11 am – 6 pm until 19 September 2004, admission free.

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DRIFT is a programme of short films by UK sound artists and film-makers 
which reveal the cinematic relationships between sound and image. DRIFT 
plays with our aural perceptions, featuring along the way bursts of 
sound art, noise, experimental music, field recordings, urban and rural 
soundscapes.

"Sound is a living, relevant medium in our predominantly visual 
culture", says Iliyana Nedkova who curated the programme. "Perhaps 
attuned to the theories of acoustic ecology, which promotes the 
appreciation of natural soundscapes, some of the DRIFT artists explore 
the energy elements: air, wind, earth, sun, water. Others attempt to 
redefine our visual and sonic perceptions of performance art, digital 
animation, and even playback technology".

DRIFT artists were selected from over 80 open submission entries and 
following further curatorial research. The artists featured are Richard 
Ashrowan, Victoria Clare Bernie, Susan Black, Chris Bowman, Butler 
Brothers, John Carson, Peter Collis, Michelle Deignan, Alexander 
Hamilton, Ian Helliwell, Rob Kennedy & diskono, Paddy Kernohan, Holger 
Mohaupt, Jayne Parker, Emily Richardson, Kelly Richardson, Susanne 
Ramsenthaler, Aura Satz, Simon Tricker and Shannon Tofts.

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After its world premiere in Edinburgh, DRIFT will tour to other venues 
in Scotland, the UK and internationally. The programme is part of New 
Media Scotland's ongoing exploration of sound art and experimental 
music, including radio broadcasts, moving image, publications and 
occasional live events.
For more information visit http://www.mediascot.org/drift

DRIFT is curated by Iliyana Nedkova. Initiated and produced by New 
Media Scotland. Supported by the Edinburgh International Film Festival, 
British Council Scotland and Lux, London. Funded by the Scottish Arts 
Council and the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and 
Technology.

New Media Scotland’s touring programmes have shown to widespread 
acclaim in venues from Berlin to Bogota, Edinburgh to Edmonton, 
Minneapolis to Newcastle, Sofia to Sao Paolo. Other New Media Scotland 
curated programmes of artists’ films and videos available for tour 
include: FRAME BY FRAME: The first retrospective of Croatian video art 
from the 1970s onwards, mixing established and new talent. CROSSING 
OVER TIME:  23 inspirational short films by international artists 
question the transition to democracy in the New Europe. DESKTOP ICONS:  
Back by popular demand until end of 2004 only. Small screen wonders for 
big screen entertainment directed by world class film-makers.

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New Media Scotland is an agency enabling cultural activity shaped by 
new technologies. Projects range from video and sound art to creative 
practice involving the Internet, interactivity, wireless and biotech. 
New Media Scotland is supported by the Scottish Arts Council.

For further details please contact:

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New Media Scotland
P.O. Box 23434, Edinburgh EH7 5SZ
Tel. +44 131 477 3774
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http://www.mediascot.org
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