DJ SPOOKY @ ST GEORGES HALL / NEW LINEUP AT INTERFACE AMNESTY

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INTERFACE AMNESTY@ANDFESTIVAL

SATURDAY 26th SEPTEMBER STATIC 23 Roscoe Lane Liverpool L1 4JD 1pm - 9pm

THE AMAZING ROLO
CHRIS OSHEA
JODY HUDSON-POWELL
NOISE CLUB
NORTH WEST HACKSPACE
OWL PROJECT
PIXELH8
RACHEL CARNEY: THE ASTRONAUT SHOW
SILVER & TRUE: FLIRTMAN

TONY KEMPLAN’S SONIC PICNIC
LAURA PULLIG

AND IN ASSOCIATION WITH CYBERSONICA

STRETTA
MIKE BLOW
CAPTINCAPTIN
THE SANCHO PLAN

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Interface Amnesty is a fringe event at Abandon Normal Devices - a festival of new cinema and digital culture. A SoundNetwork event supported by AND, STATIC, and John Moores University and funded by Arts Council England and PRS Foundation

 

 

Subscribe to the Interface Amnesty YouTube channel

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REBIRTH OF A NATION DJ SPOOKY @ Abandon Normal Devices,

ST GEORGES HALL LIVERPOOL FRIDAY 25th SEPTEMBER

St George's Place, Liverpool, L1 Opp. Lime Street train station.
Starts 9.30pm, doors open from 9pm,
FREE Turn up on the day or collect tickets at the FACT shop or through email at hello@andfestival.org.uk

Nearly
100 years after DW Griffith's epic Birth of a Nation was released, DJ
Spooky (aka Paul D Miller) has applied a "DJ mix" to one of the most
revered and reviled films ever made. Miller's reading of the overt
racism depicted in a Reconstruction-era South hurtles Griffith's images
into the 21st Century, a socio-political landscape that has evolved
beyond all expectations. Using cinematic history as the starting point
for critique, not only of a horrifying past, but for a new vision that
interrogates what we think of multi-culturalism, in a world that is
rapidly becoming Americanised.

Tickets can be booked through the FACT book shop or through hello@andfestival.org.uk
(Limited amount of 3 tickets per person.)

DJ Spooky's Rebirth of A Nation
was commissioned by The Lincoln Center Festival, Festival D'Automne à
Paris, Spoleto Festival USA and Wiener Festwochen (Vienna). Additional
support was provided by the American Center Foundation and Mass MOCA

 

SOUNDNETWORK RECOMMENDS @ AND

Festival of New Cinema and Digital Culture
23-27 September 2009 Liverpool, UK


AND OTHER HIGHLIGHTS OF THE AND FESTIVAL:

Chris O'Shea
will be talking at Interface Amnesty about his work and the  "Hand from
Above" project on the BBC BIG SCREEN in Clayton Square in Liverpool
23rd - 27th Septemeber 12pm, 2pm & 4pm

AND Project Link

Big Screen Location

Jody Hudson-Powell
will be talking at Interface Amnesty about his work and the  "HUNGRY
HUNGRY EAT HEAD" project on the BBC BIG SCREEN in Clayton Square in
Liverpool 26th Sept

AND Project Link

Big Screen Location

Other highlights that would interest SoundNetwork members include local sound artist Peter Appleton's "Water Piano" installed in FACT's Ropewalks Square and Jaki Middleton David Lawrey's "The Sound Before You Make it' at FACT (23 September – 29 November 2009)


Join us in abandoning your normal devices, to celebrate new strategies
and tactics in cinema and digital culture that challenge expectations
and open opportunities for change and growth. Full programme is online
now, with downloadable brochure and ticket details. 

Visit
http://www.andfestival.org.uk