All festival days (06.11.19-10.11.19) / Opening hours / Kunsthal Charlottenborg
There are not enough meals in a day to take in all the information. We can’t consume it all by passing through the pearly gates of the internet. What then is the purpose of all this information if we are, as it seems, not meant to ingest it? The answer is simple: We care for it. The method, on the other hand, is not so straightforward. The videos selected for this programme are evidence of a diverse set of caring practices that rub shoulders with information technologies and raise questions about a society characterised by obsessive image production and exhaustion. We might think of this selection of films as a little tour of said society. A tour in which we are guided tenderly and compassionately reminded that we are the bodies that make up this information.
Mitra Saboury / 2 min. / USA / 2013
I want to be alone with you, ground.
Victoria Kaldan / 14 min. / Denmark / 2019
A lo-fi travel through crystal rivers and scattered blue light to the river Styx, where the living can go no further. In memory of my grandmother; Ragnheiður Skjold Rasmussen (1932-2016).
Til Søde i Det Hinsides, del 1, 2 & 3
Alice Topsøe-Jensen / 11 min. / Denmark / 2019
A digital exchange of letters in three parts about the value of emotional labour in an overworked society, lightning jolts of feelings which are transformed into energy and the Afterlife. The friends’ love for each other is equally big before and after the revolt, before and after death.
Tannhäuser Gate (not really now not anymore)
Rustan Söderling / 17 min. / Sweden / 2017
A Conversation at the Edge of the Object
Sidsel Christensen / 19 min. / Denmark / 2015
A conversation between the artist and art collector Thomas Frankenberg which encompasses philosophical reflections on his collection, including the status of the object in terms of an exploration of texture, proximity, meaning, preservation and disappearance.
The Word of Mouse (grok your cornea gumbo)
Thomas Goddard / 21 min. / GB / 2018
A dark yet humorous coming-of-age film, combining archival moving and still images from popular culture with an original score, to consider our lives as inextricably linked with the digital world for better or worse.
You can experience the screening every day during the festival (6.-10. of November) at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, in their opening hours:
The screening is fee, but you need to pay the entrance fee to Kunsthal Charlottenborg. For our opening of the festival on Wednesday (the 6th of Nov.) the entrance will be free, and we will be screening the films for the first time. Read more about the opening event here.
All films in the program Bodies of Information have english dialogue, subtitles or no dialogue