Workshop > Speculating Cinematic Spaces

The Crater-Lab residency project presents the workshop Speculating Cinematic Spaces, a creative-critical workshop that will investigate the practice of expanded cinema using speculative design to explore its intangible properties and compositional methods that underpin the diverse sensory and participatory experiences between artist and audience. Expanded cinema is a concept and practice that expands the traditional understanding of cinema, incorporating a variety of media, sensory experiences, interactive elements, and often places the audience within the work. As an art form, expanded cinema broke boundaries in the worlds of film and art to combine social, technological and artistic ingenuity, drawing from a rich lineage of movements that include, among others, proto cinema, visual music, Happenings and Fluxus, light art and immersive environments, early computer art and, now, the ongoing exploration of experimental film and emerging digital processes. Constantly defying demarcation, it has emerged anew through a collective history that continues to evolve through critical review and the proliferation of new works. This workshop jumps off the map of expanded cinema to invite reflection and collective responses to these possible machine-body-space interfaces.

Practical information
Day: Saturday, December 16
Time: from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Place: Sala Ricson, Hangar
Language: English
Registration: 40 €. To attend, please send an email to craterlaboratorio(at)

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