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10 DECEMBER 2011

Alpha-ville 2011: International Festival of Post-digital Culture

London 22–25 September 2011: "Alpha–ville festival explores the intersection between art, technology and society and for this edition we are collaborating with various venues and spaces in London such us The Victoria & Albert Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, Space Studios, Vortex Jazz Club, Netil House, XOYO and Hearn Street Warehouse to bring along an extensive 4–day event featuring social media art, kinect art, interactive installations, open labs, workshops, performances, screenings, live music & A/V shows, a one–day symposium and more!

The 2011 edition provides an online and live platform to explore, test and disseminate new ideas, emerging trends, collaborations and groundbreaking works. Running from 22–25 September and taking place alongside the London Design Festival, the 2011 edition enables a network of satellite events spreading across different London boroughs and links with other European cities such as Madrid (Twin Gallery) and Brussels & The Hague (Todays Art).

The festival programme also connects east and west London thorough a link with the V&A Digital Design Weekend."

(Alpha–ville 2011)



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Simon Perkins
11 OCTOBER 2009

International Federation of Film Archives

"FIAF, the International Federation of Film Archives, brings together the world's leading institutions in the field of moving picture heritage.

Its affiliates are the defenders of the Twentieth Century's own art form. They are dedicated to the rescue, collection, preservation and screening of moving images, which are valued both as works of art and culture and as historical documents. When it was founded in 1938, FIAF had 4 members. Today it comprises more than 140 institutions in over 77 countries – a reflection of the extent to which preservation of moving image heritage has become a world–wide concern."

(FIAF, Belgium)



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Simon Perkins

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