Under the Subway Video Art Night
Join us at the Museum after hours for a special screening of this Long Island City video art festival with a reception and live discussion with founder and curator Antonio Ortuño.
Under the Subway Video Art Night was founded in 2011 in Queens, as a project incubated at Local Project art space in Long Island City. An open platform for video art, Under the Subway Video Art Night began with one open air screening under the subway train near the historic 5 Pointz art building, where many artists from around the world conducted workshops and rented studios. The festival grew to include simultaneous screenings in art spaces around the world during the month of June, both indoors and outdoors.
This year’s 9th edition of the program will be screened at MoMI on June 7, as well as at art spaces around the world during the month of June, including: El Más Acá Club Cultural Asociación in Buenos Aires, the Open Air Art Movie Cinema in Düsseldorf, Genalguacil Pueblo Museo in Málaga, ArtSpace in Mexico City, the JCC Harlem in New York City, Atelier Sanitário in Rio de Janeiro, and Convent Carmen in Valencia. For a complete list of participating artists, please see the Under the Subway Video Art Night Festival website.
Guests can also explore current exhibitions, including A Whole Different Ball Game, which features 40+ playable sports video games; The Jim Henson Exhibition; and more! Complimentary snacks will be available.
Free admission. Advance reservation required. RSVP here.
The evening’s program includes:
Live discussion with Curator and Founder Antonio Ortuño. Learn about the history and founding of this unique video art festival, a local gem in Long Island City. Charismatic artist, curator, and founder Ortuño will share highlights from the past nine years, and offer tips for anyone interested in starting their own local film and video art festival.
Sixty-minute screening of the 9th edition of the Under the Subway Video Art Night, featuring over 20 original short works from artists from around the world and Queens, in the Video Screening Amphitheater.
Reception. Join us for coffee and refreshments with the founder and participating artists.
This screening includes:
Paris-Saint-Lazare Station, April 10, 2017, 12h03-12h07. Pablo-Martín Córdoba. France.
The Circle of life. 3’ 30’’. Serbia. Milan Zulic.
Tales Frey. Il Faut Souffrir pour Être Belle. 2’ 03’’. Brazil.
Water Stories. 2 ’05’’. USA. Shelley Jordon.
Laura Grace Chipley, Samara Smith & Ariana Souzis. Aquapolis 2100. 5’. USA.
Traction/Compression (Limit). 1’ 41’’. Italy. Lorenzo Papanti.
Alexandra Neuman. Infosphere. 2’ 38’’. USA.
Francisco Orallo. Death dance. 1’. United Kingdom.
Sarawut Chutiwongpeti. Documentation “One To Another”. 4’ 01’’. Thailand.
Andrej Polukord. Fishing No.: 1. 1’ 25’’. Lithuania.
Jim Rolland. La Roue. 2’ 32’’. France.
Ricardo Muñoz Izquierdo. Aphelions and Perihelions. 3’ 13’’. Colombia.
Arielle Knight & Catherine Gund. Playroom. 2’ 47’’. USA.
Miquel Garcia. List of burned books in Germany in 1933. 5’. Spain.
Khalil Charif. Inventory of Time. 1’. Brazil.
Ángel Montero. The Swimmer. 1’ 35’’. Spain.
Teresa Tomás. Pix en Tempo de descuento. 4’ 03’’. Spain.
Emanuele Dainotti. Cutting edge. 3’ 31’’. Italy.
Benoît Billotte. Campus Stellae. 3’ 14’’. France.
Night’s Lace. 2’ 27’’. USA.
kate shaw. Continuum. 3’ 48’’. Australia.
Rick Niebe. GRAFFITI. 1’. Italy.
Roberto Jesús Gil Padrino. Diana. 2’ 16’’. Venezuela.
Leonardo Blanc. CONSEQUENTIS. 2’ 07’’. Spain.
Mikey Peterson. Gloriosa Superba. 3’ 52’’. USA.
Andrés Senra. Coming out of the closet everyday. 16’’. Spain.