The Golden Pixel Cooperative is installing a mobile cinema at the former Lueg train station. The visitors’ smartphones become a screen on which the films can be seen. The five video works take up the ecological dimension of the storage and transmission of data from a human and more-than-human perspective.
Fri 14.5. – Mon 24.5.
06:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
05:00 p.m. – 06:00 p.m. | artists on site Sat 15.5.
05:00 p.m. – 06:00 p.m. | artists on site Fri 21.5.
07:00 p.m. – 08:00 p.m. | artists on site Sat 22.5.
The Golden Pixel Cooperative is an association for moving image, art and media at the interface between art and cinema.
/ Simona Obholzer / Nathalie Koger / Marlies Pöschl / Lisa Truttmann / Katharina Swoboda
introduce themselves in an interview with Domenika Meindl:
(you can read the whole interview soon – here is an excerpt).
Do you have to imagine it like an open-air cinema?
The difference is that the visitors bring the cinema themselves. We have developed our own setting in which smartphones become the screen on which our films are shown. The films enter into dialogue with the environment. Whereas in the past people might have taken binoculars with them on a hike, today mobile phones have become more and more the devices we use to access nature in everyday life. In contrast to cinema, which is a communal experience, on mobile phones we usually watch alone. We question this tendency.
Frau Brandl, Echt Heimat Appartements
ADRESSE / ORT
Linie 150, Haltestelle St. Gilgen Lueg