With the IMPAKT Channel, IMPAKT opens its extensive archive of video art to audiences around the globe. Curated programmes created around urgent themes offer works by renowned artists from the earliest days of film and video up to the current day.
Despite the fact that more and more work can be done by AI and algorithms, and physical labor is making way for service work, exhaustion seems more pervasive than ever.
Moving images are, in their essence, a visual manipulation; a sequence of still images becomes a moving image.
Films challenge the stereotypes associated with the narratives in which women live. They show how the preconceived notions about gender are embedded in every aspect of our lives.
With the focus on the concept of the cyborg, which is a being with both organic and mechanic parts, this program explores different conceptions of a cybernetic organism.
The existential uncertainty posed by the open-endedness of the future seems to be of all times and places. Everywhere people look for omens of good fortune or fateful catastrophes, imagine, predict, and speculate. This screening programme seeks to show different figurations of ways in which we are directed towards the openness of the future as a manifold of maybes.