August 28 - August 1, 2019 | Palazzo Trigona Noto Sicily
August 28 - August 1, 2019 | Palazzo Trigona Noto Sicily
dicembre, 7º 2018, 10:00 am | dicembre, 15º 2018, 11:30 pm
August 28 - August 1, 2019
Palazzo Trigona, Noto Italy, Noto, Italy
LCF 2018 OFF Accademia d’Ungheria
Friday 21st September at 6.00pm

Live Cinema Festival 2018 in cooperation with Accademia di Ungheria presents:

“Exploring the moment in binary art and technology through sounds and images”.

A talk about “see the sounds, listen to the images” by Mïus X Attaray Visual, the Hungarian artists who will perform with the première THE DIGITAL TALE OF GEOMETRIC SHAPES in Palazzo delle Esposizioni, saturday 22 September.

Artist of the beloved Berlin label Sonar Kollektiv, mïus is the musical project by the Hungarian artist from Budapest, Gergely Álmos.

It’s a “multi-art project” in which different fields of self-expression meet.

Andrea Sztojánovits, graduated in the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts and the Doctoral School of the Budapest Academy, will perform under the name of Attray Visual and will take care of the images.

ACCADEMIA D’UNGHERIA

palazzo Falconieri

via Giulia, 1 - Roma

LCF 2018 OFF Accademia d’Ungheria

Friday, 21 September 2018

Festival

Friday 21st September at 6.00pm

Live Cinema Festival 2018 in cooperation with Accademia di Ungheria presents:

“Exploring the moment in binary art and technology through sounds and images”.

A talk about “see the sounds, listen to the images” by Mïus X Attaray Visual, the Hungarian artists who will perform with the première THE DIGITAL TALE OF GEOMETRIC SHAPES in Palazzo delle Esposizioni, saturday 22 September.

Artist of the beloved Berlin label Sonar Kollektiv, mïus is the musical project by the Hungarian artist from Budapest, Gergely Álmos.

It’s a “multi-art project” in which different fields of self-expression meet.

Andrea Sztojánovits, graduated in the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts and the Doctoral School of the Budapest Academy, will perform under the name of Attray Visual and will take care of the images.

ACCADEMIA D’UNGHERIA

palazzo Falconieri

via Giulia, 1 - Roma