Next Saturday, November 10 at 4 pm, the most representative program of the Miami New Media Festival 2018 arrives at Concrete Space gallery, at 3400 NW 78th Ave, Doral, FL 33122. The show includes video art, virtual reality, and art installations, about “Water, Heritage, and Climate change.”
The 13th edition of this multimedia festival organized by Arts Connection Foundation and Concrete Space, with a wide selection of video art and installations by 70 artists from different countries. Starting on October 2, the festival has presented shows and talks in San Nicolaas (Aruba), Bogotá (Colombia), Valencia (Spain), Rome (Italy), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), and Caracas (Venezuela).
Directed by curators Adriana Barrios and Marcelo Llobel, the MNMF XIII Edition at Concrete Space is featuring videos of Bill Viola, Nam June Paik, and Robert Wilson, from Sala Mendoza Foundation Collection. Among other guest artists, it will showcase artworks by Isaac Cordal (Spain), Xavier Cortada (United States), Nan González (Venezuela), Cheryl Maeder (United States), Liudmila & Nelson (Cuba), and Rolando Peña (Venezuela).
The exhibition also presents “WaterViz” a live streaming visualization from the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest; and the virtual reality short docu-film “The Promise” by Jonakex Herrera and Liz Pasillas.
The program at Concrete Space includes the forum “WaterViz: The Art and Science of Water Journeys”, on November 15 at 7 pm, with artists Cheryl Maeder, Xavier Cortada and Lindsey Rustad, researcher at USDA Forest Service; a video conference with artist Nan González, on December 1, 6 pm; and the panel “Talking About Water in the Creative Process”, on December 8 at 7 pm, with artists Nina Dotti, Cheryl Maeder, Xavier Cortada.
This festival has the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the Cultural Affairs Council, the Mayor, and the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners.
Concrete Space is located at 3400 NW 78th Ave, Doral, FL 33122.