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Video Walking Venice
A try-out of a project in progress by Rimini Protokoll
80 minutes interactive multi media experience for 14 spectators
Workshop: 8-13 October
Presentation 14-16 October
Place: Ca’ Giustinian – Laboratorio delle Arti
If you follow my tracks, can you read my thoughts?
Video Walking Venice could be described as a heterotopic form of cinema or as a mulit-player-3d-videogame for 14 users. Each spectator will be given an iPod touch and the audience simultaniously starts to follow step by step, videoframe by videoframe, a story that has been filmed in the very same place by someone else. As the spectators start to trace the movie and move through the space, a multiple story unfolds. 14 short movies guide the spectators and transform them into both actors and spectators.
Artists from 8 countries have created 14 short video-walks using a methodology developed by Rimini Protokoll at the National Theatre of Wales. However, only with the real audience will the operation actually acquire substance, will the prerecorded past turn into present.
Created in a workshop of Stefan Kaegi for the Biennale di Venezia by:
Davide Bevilacqua (IT), Emma Miriam Berentsen (NL), Roberto Cavallini (IT), Maurizio Capisani (IT), Mirko Feliziani (IT), Hortense Gerardo (USA), Claudia Irro (G), Andrea La Bozzetta (IT), Stefan Kaegi (CH), Francesca Leoni (BR), Luigi Marangoni (IT), Daria Pascal Attolini (IT), Zofia Smolaeska (PL) and Myer Taub (ZA).