Travelling Time exhibition at NIMk
For those of you who didn’t have time to see the Travelling Time exhibition at Netherlands Media Art Institute (NIMk) during the festival- no disappointment here, it’s still open! The Sonic Acts – Travelling Time exhibition can be visited until 15 April 2012. Opening hours are thursday to friday: 11:00 – 17:00 hrs, saturday & sunday: 13:00 – 17:00 hrs at NIMk, Keizergracht 264 in Amsterdam. Admission is free with any Sonic Acts ticket. Have a look at the NIMk website for more detailed information. On the Sonic Acts Facebook you will also find a short video about the installation “Factoid #3″ by Mark Fell. About the exhibition: The exhibition at NIMk presents several installations, sound– and film works that explore different modalities of time. They seemingly halt the experience of time, deal with speed in the city, resist the sequential montage of classic cinema, or leave the visitor in suspension because action is continuously deferred. Immersive, pensive, scientifically precise or overwhelming, all these works tickle the brain and the senses. The exhibition officially opens at 16:30, and will include public interviews with three of the featured artists: Daïchi Saïto, Juliana Borinski and Julien Maire. Works by Joe Gilmore (UK), Julien Maire (FR), Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec (SI), Philipp Lachenmann (DE), Juliana Borinski (BR/DE), Mark Fell (UK) will be shown.