Posts Tagged: Ming I Darkening of The Light

Addis Video Art Festival, Compilation IVAHM on tour. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 23 December- 3 January 2015

Trapped Between Frames is part of compilation Ivahm on tour at ADDIS VIDEO ART Festival  at the Museum of modern art in Addis Ababa , Ethiopia.


Open Art Academy 2015 at Gallery Kit in Trondheim, Norway . 3-6 December.

Showing my stereoscopic film “Trapped Between Frames” as part of Open Art Academy this weekend ( 3-6 December). Film will be screened in loop together with video work by Anders S. Solberg .


Usurp Zone 5 Film Festival, 14th -17th August 2015 London

Eye of the Dawn, Lost Found and Trapped Between Frames have been selected for Usurp Zone 5 Film Festival in London. The Films are part of the exhibiton show everyday from 3pm till 6pm. Follow the link for more info:

14 – 17 Aug: Exhibition films – Free for everyone from 3pm to 6pm. Think – abstract, absurd, activist, animated, asemic, clandestine, collage, conceptual, cut-ups, environment, experimental, glitsch, graffiti,  graphic, identity, kinetic, outsider, paracinematic, performance, plunderphonic, poetry, radio, rebellious, scores, sci-art, scratch, silent, sonic, subterranean, subversive, surreal, synesthetic, typographic, video art…More info:

Usurp Art presents the Usurp Zone5 Film Festival with extraordinary screenings, an exhibition and
a film sound track turntable night, featuring more than 80 experimental, short films, by artists and
filmmakers from over 15 countries, including Argentina, India, Jordan, Peru, Spain and South Africa.
With spatial sound explorations to post-internet performative actions, to meaning-finding/meaning
making idiosyncrasies, the Usurp Zone5 Film Festival traverses cinematic and televisual contexts,
film and video semiotics, allusions to gaming, advertising and internet art. This ambitious festival
highlights the politics of DIY creativity at a time of cuts and austerity. The programming for the
festival employs an experimental process that breaks with conventional curatorial authorship and
fosters a more democratic spectatorship, enabling audiences to create their own surprise links,
chance connections and perceptual analysis. The Usurp Zone5 Film Festival transforms the Usurp
Art Gallery into a suggestive interface; a communal, intimate living room in which to be inspired,
reflect, debate and share.

Usurp Art is proud to be the main sponsor
of this festival. Programme supported by
Film Hub London, managed by Film London.
Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film
Audience Network, funded by the National

IVAHM 2015 Programme Released

International Video Art Festival Ivahm has released the programme today ! Ming I Darkening of The Light , my stereoscopic piece in collaboration with sound artists Laila Hansen and Andrew Stuart-Buttle will be shown on Friday 15th of May at 6pm at La Neomudejar de Atocha in Madrid , Opening day is 7th of May at 6pm. Unmissable! Have a look below for more info…

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Viernes 8 de Mayo

Sábado 9 de Mayo

Domingo 10 de Mayo

Miércoles 13 de Mayo


Jueves 14 de Mayo

Viernes 15 de Mayo

Sábado 16 de Mayo:

Domingo 17 de Mayo:

IVAHM Selected Works 2015

My stereoscopic film piece ‘Ming I Darkening of The Light’ has been selected for Ivahm , The International Video Art Festival House Madrid will take place in May at La Neomudejar de Atocha . I post more info soon…
I’m looking forward to being back in my hometown!


Final list of “Official Selection”. Video works selected from the open call. We will add the special sections and special guest artists to create the program of this edition of 2015.

The IVAHM ´s organization wishes to thank the more than 700 artists who applied this year. The artists are the heart of the festival.

Thank you very much and congratulations to all the selected.

Latitude Festival. Lavish Big Screen 2014

“Trapped between Frames” will be screening at Latitude Festival 2014 on Friday 18th of July , as part of The Lavish Big Screen 2014.

“Here the climax of the darkening is reached. The dark power at first held so high a place that it could wound all who were on the side of good and of the light. But in the end it perishes of its own darkness, for evil must itself fall at the very moment when it has wholly overcome the good, and thus consumed the energy to which it owed its duration”
Ming I / Darkening of the Light . I Ching



The Lavish Big Screen 2014 presents Golden Gang by Chicks on Speed, Trailerby Saskia Olde Wolbers, a live performance by film artists Guy Sherwin and Lynn Loo, the debut of 100 Foot III artist’s 16mm film selection by Jim Hobbs and an interactive screening of Starvecrow by John Carver.

This year’s line up also introduces a student submission competition New Moves, showcasing the best up and coming film and video talent in the UK.

Late into the night we have DJs and VJs- Phil Hartnol (Orbital), Don Letts, Cursor Miner, GO BANG!, Paul Burgess and the resident DJ Harry K

A selection of the best new student video work from leading art and design courses in the UK. Including work by:

Alice Critchley, Christian Wright, Con Chrisoulis, Callum Round, Dexter George, Emily Hurlock, Jake mansbridge, Jozephine Hannon – Czyrko, Leni Diner Dothan, Ruby Woodhouse and Lili K Feheri, Nataliya Pankova, Natasa Charalambous, Nazare Soares, Nelmarie du Preez, Nicola Woodham, Rebeen Majeed Hamarafiq, Sabina Tupan, Sanna Linell, Sarah Choo Jing Saranjit Birdi, Sophie Hoyle, Suzanne Posthumus, William Glass, Sung Eun Chin and Fay Pritchard


Ming I Darkening of The Light . Stereoscopic Film Installation. University of Brighton . 6th June 2014

My piece Ming I Darkening of The Light . Stereoscopic Film Installation is show at University of Brighton as part of the Degree Show  6th June 2014.



Ming I “Darkening of the Light ”

A Stereoscopic Film Installation by Nazare Soares.

Performance by Aya Toraiwa

Sound Design by Laila Hansen

Moving Image Graduate Show:

7 – 15 June 2014

Second Floor, Room 203 University of Brighton Faculty of Arts, Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY

Opening times:

PRIVATE VIEW – Friday 6 June 7pm

Saturday 7 June – Sunday 8 June 12noon-5pm

Monday 9 June – Wednesday 11 June 10am-6pm

Thursday 12 June – Friday 13 June 10am-8pm

Saturday 14 June – Sunday 15 June 12noon-5pm