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FILE SÃO PAULO 2016 – come cross the limit

FILE SÃO PAULO 2016
come cross the limit

The exhibition invites the viewers to experience the blend of electronic art with contemporary art. To immerse in the withdrawal of the lanes of design, game, animation and art categories. In addition, in this immersion, to check out artistic productions that are tricking some aesthetic boundaries. The image distortion. The color and tone saturation. The fusion of things. The combination of real space with virtual space. The outlining and blurring of vision. The synchrony of image and sound. The combination of old and new. The exploration of mathematical formulas. The extrapolation of media limits. The membrane that builds on itself. The disturbance of software order. The integration of exterior and interior.

It is, above all, an invitation to unlock the door of the senses. To enjoy. To perceive and discover the nuances that exist between one thing and another. However, not to recognize them as a geometric line that reinforces the limits that are barriers, but to recognize the intimacy of the in between the potential of transformation. The interaction and the contemplation, the grope and the hearing which allow to amplify our mind because it is in this process of groping that the imagination experiments the sensation of going beyond its limit.

Ricardo Barreto and Paula Perissinotto
Organizers and founders of FILE

From July 11th to August 28th, 2016
Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso
Av. Paulista, 1313
In front of subway station Trianon-Masp
Free admission

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INSTALLATIONS

Numen/For Use: Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler & Nikola Radeljković – Tape Sao Paulo – |Croatia/Austria

Constant wrapping of pillars with a transparent adhesive tape results in a complex, amorphous surface that is similar to the emergence process of organic forms in nature. The entrance of the audience inside the volume transforms the sculpture into architecture.

Matthew Biederman & Pierce Warnecke – Perspection – Canada

“Perspection” explores the perception of space through the use of projection on a series of specifically oriented projection surfaces and spatialized audio. Generative audiovisual compositions modulate the barrier between physical and screen spaces.

Ting-Tong Chang – Robinson – Taiwan & United Kingdom
“Robinson” is an object that recalls the old self-moving machines which entertained kings and queens with their utopist dialogues about citizenship and philosophy: the automatons.

Norimichi Hirakawa – The Indivisible [Prototype nº 1] – Japan

In a numerical formula “1+1”, a calculator may or may not be counting apples (or human beings). The world we see is not the world itself. Is it possible to deal with the principles and the natural laws underlying the world which natural science has been aiming to solve?

Frederik Duerinck & Marleine van der Werf – Be Boy Be Girl – The Netherlands

“Be Boy Be Girl” is a multi-sensory installation which takes the visitor to a beach in Hawaii. We are invited to experiment and defy reality with Oculus Rift and other devices that envelope not only vision, but also hearing, touch, and smell.

Angella Conte – Sentido Único – Brazil

“Sentido Único” is a video installation whose projection of water flowing on a stairway defies the viewer by creating a game between the absence and the presence. The absence of the water which isn’t really there, but is instead represented by a series of images.

Scenocosme: Gregory Lasserre & Anais met den Ancxt – Metamorphy – France

“Metamorphy” is a visual and sound interactive artwork, which invites us to touch and explore the depth of a semi-transparent veil. This symbolic skin has an elasticity which is incorporated within the process of metamorphosis: the veil is deformed when we interact, and it becomes again rigid when we stop touching it.

Celina Portella – Vídeo-Boleba – Brazil

In the installation “Vídeo-Boleba” a screen shows two boys playing with marbles, which, as soon as they leave the frame, appear on its side, scattering around the space near the public, and continuing the scene in the material level.

Mac Cauley – The Night Cafe – United States

“The Night Cafe” is an immersive VR environment that allows you to explore the world of Vincent van Gogh first hand. Take a moment to enjoy his iconic sunflowers in 3 dimensions or walk around the chair he painted in his bedroom to see it from another angle. Step into the vivid colors straight from his palette.

Anaisa Franco – Expanded Eye – Brazil

“Expanded Eye” is a sensitive and interactive light sculpture composed by an acrylic sphere representing a huge eye. The visitor’s eyes are captured and projected in the sculpture, which, every time the viewer blinks, multiplies the number of projected eyes in a fragmented, hexagonal and dislocated way.

Anaisa Franco – On Shame – Brazil

“On Shame” is a digital interface in the shape of a dome mirror, which distorts the image of the beholder.

One Life Remains – Slam of the Arcade Age – France

“Slam of the Arcade Age” is a competitive racing game for four players with psychedelic graphics, and an 1000 BPM music. Every time an avatar changes color, the player has to switch to a gamepad of the same color in order to keep on running.

Marcio Ambrosio – ETcolor – Brazil

“ETcolor” is a performative game. Having come from a far away universe, the ETcolors are under the command of master PANTONE, which is immortalized in the shape of an obelisk. The master has the power to choose and arrange the capture of a color. Its subjects, the ETcolors, need to find the color wanted by the master.

Anna Vasof – Domino – Austria

“Domino” is a video installation which introduces the Non-Stop Stop-Motion technique. With this technique, the images have movements similar to a typical stop motion video but the audience can watch what happens in between the frames of the video and also combine the space of the narrative with the actual space.

Seph Li – Ink Fall – China

“Ink Fall” is an interactive installation which uses advanced digital techniques to make ancient Chinese paintings vividly alive. When we touch the screen, ink traces and drops are split and explode. Sounds of koto strings are also triggered by each touch, and then fuse into the never ending movement of the water inks.

Ricardo Barreto & Raquel Fukuda – O jogo quase ideal – Brazil

“O jogo quase ideal” is an object in which the cubic structure of a die is modified so that each face has its own space, and each punch is replaced by other dice. The work is based on the text from French philosopher Gilles Deleuze about the Ideal Game, whose first role is: “there is no rule”.

Experimental Interface Lab – Colorigins – United States

“Colorigins” is a color combination tactile game with Sifteo Cubes. By manipulating the cubes and mixing the colors, the players can get some experience with the concepts of the key colors theory, such as value, saturation, pigments, shades, complements, neutral colors, and the relative visual strength of specific colors.

Karina Smigla-Bobinski – KALEJDOSKOP – Germany

“KALEIDOSKOP” is a spatial object that can be used in many ways. The vivid liquid bustle can be seen through forms and colors, which can be shaped through touch.

Mau Maker – Pinball: Resgatando materiais e emoções – Brazil

The Pinball simulator was made with used materials such as an old TV screen, an old computer display and a computer, combined with modern manufacturing technologies such as laser cutting. It is about rescuing the childhood memories of those who lived in the 70s and the 80s.

RalphVR – Daydream Blue – United States

“Daydream” is a game for Oculus Rift. The single player version presented in FILE makes it possible for us to enter a magic valley full of mysteries, surprises and a robot friend, as well as craft items and discover mini-games.

Tiago Moraes & Renato Klieger – Peronio Pop-Up Book – Brazil

“Peronio” is a game for google oculus which combines virtual and augmented reality. Without using technological devices to touch objects, we should help the boy Peronio to explore his possible future unconventional professions.

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ANIMA+GAMES

This year, after nearly a decade carrying FILE GAMES and FILE ANIMA+ independently, we decided to unite both festivals to create ANIMA+GAMES. By joining animations and games in the same event, we can point out aspects that would go unnoticed if shown under the very logic of each one of them. It’s not about just a way to raise similarities and differences, but especially to emphasize the creative aspects that can occur in the mutual influence of both medium. Besides a selection of games and animations, we present the second edition of FILE ANIMA+ AWARD, with three awards and three honorable mentions, and the program of partner festivals: Japan Media Arts Festival, Siggraph and Athens Digital Arts Festival.
Curatorship: Raquel Olivia Fukuda

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WINNERS FILE ANIMA+ AWARD

1st Place
David Stumpf – Cowboyland – Slovakia

2nd Place
Susanne Wiegner – The Light – The Shade – Germany

3rd Place
Raven Kwok & Karma Fields – Skyline – United States

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Honorable Mention

Fabrício Lima – Nenhum de nós – Brazil
Pu, Shuai Cheng – The Sum of Secrets – Taiwan
Tiny Inventions: Ru Kuwahata & Max Porter – Perfect Houseguest – United States

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Jury

Antônio Linhares – Brazil
Carlos Eduardo Nogueira – Brazil
Michael Frei – Switzerland

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FILE ANIMA+ 2016

1 FONS SCHIEDON – The Land of the Magic Flute – Germany
2 A. Bill Miller – Phantoms – United States
3 Adrian Flury – A Place I’ve Never Been – Switzerland
4 Anthony Rousseau – My Last Round – France
5 Arnaud Laffond – Mountain Fragility – France
6 Bittler – The Exoplorer – France
7 Camilo Colmenares – Quimtai – Germany
8 Chen, I-Chun – Little Black’s Whole Life in the Factory: Second Episode – Taiwan
9 Chen, I-Chun – Shui Yuan Lin Legend: IV Episode (Grasp Replacement) – Taiwan
10 Christo Guelov – White Cubes | DLC2015 – Spain
11 Cláudio Roberto – Miudinho – Brazil
12 Daniela Krajcova – Stability – Slovakia
13 David Mussel – Cartas – Brazil
14 David Stumpf – Cowboyland – Slovakia
15 Dilation: Chang Liu & Joanna Wrzaszczyk – Dilation – United States
16 Fabricio Lima & Marcelo Jeneci – Um de nós – Brazil
17 Henning M. Lederer – Anatomic – Germany
18 Jan Goldfuß – 2=1(+1=n) (Cold Memories 2) – Germany
19 Joanna&rubens – Sinking_3 – Taiwan
20 Jorge F. – Nightmare Endless – Brazil
21 Katsuki Nogami – Hamidasumo! (Heaven&Hell Remix) (Official Music Video) – Japan
22 Kwon Daye – Time, Quick – South Korea
23 Leandro Angare – O Sapato – Brazil
24 Leandro Angare – Pulso – Brazil
25 Matthew Schoen – Vehicles – Canada
26 Milan Zulic – The Circle of life – Serbia
27 Olga Guseva – An Apple for the Androgyne – Germany
28 Olga Guseva – Refugees – Germany
29 Olga Guseva – The Astronaut – Germany
30 Olga Guseva – The Three Spirits – Germany
31 Ove Pictures: Veronika Obertova & Michaela Copikova – Nina – Slovakia
32 PAM1 Multimedia Studio: Olga Wroniewicz, Katarzyna Gorska, Tomasz Kucharczyk, Anna Kociemba, Marcin Sowiński, Katarzyna Krzysztofowicz, Bartek Gadzała, Dominika Suszek, Izabela Litwin, Petra Kolarikova, Agata Piasecka & Katarzyna Przybysz – Redroom² – Poland
33 Peter Whittenberger – What’s the Worst that Can Happen? – United States
34 Pu, Shuai Cheng – The Sum of Secrets–The Snake in Mind – Taiwan
35 Raven Kwok & Karma Fields – Skyline – United States
36 s-ara – Telephonophobia – Portugal
37 Sandra Crisp – Auroville Dream (Tales from the City) – England
38 Sandrine Deumier & Philippe Lamy – GogatsuByo – France
39 Sandrine Deumier & Philippe Lamy – U.hotel – France
40 Sandrine Deumier, Sonia Paço-Rocchia & Philippe Lamy – [Play;] – France
41 Susanne Wiegner – Future in the Past – Germany
42 Susanne Wiegner – Home! Sweet home! – Germany
43 Susanne Wiegner – Inside my Room – Germany
44 Susanne Wiegner – The Light – The Shade – Germany
45 Tiny Inventions: Ru Kuwahata & Max Porter – Perfect Houseguest –United States
46 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Fotosintetico – Mexico
47 VJ Eletroiman – Representa Corisco 2015 – Spain

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FESTIVAIS PARCEIROS

ADAF

1 Abdul Hadi Bin Abdul Wahab & Vivien Tan Andre Quek – Princess – Singapure
2 Carlos De Carvalho – Juste de l’eau – France
3 Chua Wei Lun Brandon, Khoo Siew May, Tan Yin, Sharry Kwan Wei Xuan – Umbrella – Singapure
4 Demetris Shammas – Sciss Cut – Cyprus
5 Dimitar Dimitrov – The day of the bleeding gums – Bulgaria
6 Fred Joyeux – A poet – France
7 Georgios Cherouvim – Alosis – Greece
8 Janneke Meekes – Day In Day Out – Denmark
9 Joe Bichard – The Waldgeist & Me – United Kingdom
10 Jossie Mallis – Bendito Machine V – Pull the Trigger – Chile & Puerto Rico
11 Juan Pablo Zaramella – Luminaris – Spain
12 Mark Wee – The Animals – Singapure
13 Matt Abbiss – Forming – United Kingdom
14 Matt Abbiss – Point – United Kingdom
15 Nguyen Tuan Anh Tran – Downtown – Singapure
16 NO DESIGN ATHENS: Andreas Platis & Christos Ioannou – The End Of Geniοus – Greece
17 Out There – BO – Greece
18 Patricia Figueiredo – Foi o fio – Portugal
19 Paulo d’Alva – Carrotrope – Portugal
20 Rob Zywietz – Port Nasty – United Kingdom
21 Sandrine Deumier & Philippe Lamy – Fake – France
22 Shunsaku Hayashi – Remember – Japan
23 Spela Cadez – Boles – Spain
24 Timoleon Kouimtzoglou – Escape – Greece
25 Ying-Fang Shen – Humanexus – Taiwan

Japan Media Arts

Drawing Animations

1 AC-bu: Adachi Toru & Itakura Shunsuke – *Anzen unten no shiori* (Safe Driving Guide) – Japan
2 Georges Schwizgebel – Erlking – Switzerland
3 Hashiji Misuzu, Remember me production team (SAKAI Yosuke, Representative) – Remember me – Japan
4 Izumida Takeshi & Tekken – A Family Story – Japan
5 Kihata Sayaka – I Can’t Breathe – Japan
6 Minha Kim, Jacob Thomas & Islay Bell-Webb – Sea Child – South Korea, France & United Kingdom
7 Shishi Yamazaki – YAMASUKI YAMAZAKI – Japan
8 Ueshima Shiro, Asai Yuki, Kano Akira, Kanno Satoko, Aihara Sachie, audioforce, Izumida Takeshi & Tekken – A Family Story – Japan

Japan Media Arts Festival 2016 Focus in Japan Selection

1 Harano Morihiro, Damian Kulash Jr., Seki Kazuaki, Nishida Jun & furitsukekagyou – OK Go “I Won’t Let You Down” – Japan
2 Hashimoto Baku & Nogami Katsuki – group_inou “EYE” – Japan
3 Ito Keigo – Nothing you need to see – Japan
4 Miyaoka Mizuki & IshikawaYasuaki – Shizuku no kotoba (Dripping words) – Japan
5 Okawara Ryo – SUGAR LUMP – Japan
6 Shiriagari Kotobuki – Voyage de Hokusai(北斎の旅) (Journey of Hokusai) – Japan
7 YASKAWA BUSHIDO PROJECT Team (Abe Mitsushi, Representative) – YASKAWA BUSHIDO PROJECT / industrial robot vs sword master – Japan
8 Yoko – Zdravstvuite! – Japan

SIGGRAPH

2015 Computer Animation Festival Electronic Theater and Daily Selects

1 Academy of Media Arts Cologne – Space-Fluids -Germany
2 Ajou University – Green Light – Abandoned City – South Korea
3 Alpine – ALPINE VISION GRAN TURISMO – France
4 Axis Animation – Grey Goo Cutscene Mission 05 Outro – United Kingdom
5 Axis Animation – Grey Goo Launch Trailer – United Kingdom
6 Bigcat Studio – First Launch – United States
7 Blizzard Entertainment – LORDS OF WAR PART THREE – United States
8 Blizzard Entertainment – OVERWATCH Cinematic Trailer – United States
9 Blizzard Entertainment – Warlords of Draenor – Talador Finale – United States
10 Blizzard Entertainment – WORLD OF WARCRAFT: WARLORDS OF DRAENOR Cinematic – United States
11 Blur Studio – Tom Clancy’s The Division: Take Back New York – United States
12 Bournemouth University – A New Hue – United Kingdom
13 Brooklyn Digital Foundry – Architecture and the Unspeakable part 3: Detroit – United States
14 Calla Donofrio – 3D Dynamic Simulations Reel 2014 – United States
15 Center for Animation, Brigham Young University – RAM’S HORN -United States
16 Clemson University – Peanut Butter Jelly – United States
17 Dans Digital – T4-Logo – China
18 Dexter Studios – SOMEONE – China
19 Dexter Studios – THE KUNG FU ROBOT – China
20 École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques (ESMA) – AMIR & AMIRA – France
21 École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques (ESMA) – Splash – France
22 École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques (ESMA) – SWEET COCOON – France
23 Epic Games – Kite – United States
24 Framestore CFC – Qualcomm Snapdragon ‘Bullet Train’ – England
25 Georgios Cherouvim – Alosis – Greece
26 Gilles-Alexandre Deschaud – Chase Me – France
27 Hoorakhsh Studios – Shirley Bassey “If You Go Away” Rebeat Remix – Iran
28 Kawanimation – BATZ – France
29 Kawanimation – RACINES – France
30 L’institut supérieur des arts appliqués (LISAA) – Le Son des Flammes – France
31 LAIKA – The Boxtrolls: Time Lapse – United States
32 Mighty Coconut – The OceanMaker – United States
33 MPC – John Lewis, Monty’s Christmas – Canada, China, United States, France, Netherlands, England, India & Mexico
34 MPC LA – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Discover Your Power – United States
35 MPC LA – Xbox Forza, Leave Your Limits – United States
36 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), USRA – Moon Phase and Libration from the Other Side – United States
37 National Taiwan University of Science and Technology – Department of Industrial and Commercial Design – J’ai vu, une fois, Une Magnifique Image – Taiwan
38 Pixel Veil UT – HeartThe Alchemist’s Letter – United States
39 Punkrobot Animation Studio – Bear Story – Chile
40 Realtime Limited – SMITE: BATTLEGROUND OF THE GODS – United Kingdom
41 Red Knuckles – DARK NOIR – England
42 Sakowski Studios – ATHEUM’S WAY – New Zeland
43 Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) – I M POSSIBLE – United States
44 Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) – The Kiss – United States
45 SCIEMENT, The University of Tokyo, RIKEN – Multi-scale Multi-physics Heart Simulator, UT Heart – Japan
46 Sève Films – 8.9 – France
47 Sève Films – L3.0 – France
48 Sève Films – MORTAL BREAK-UP INFERNO – France
49 Sève Films – MURPHY – France
50 Sève Films – Nebula – France
51 The Animation Workshop – FIBERS – Denmark
52 The Animation Workshop – PARROT AWAY – Denmark
53 The Animation Workshop – ROOMMATE WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE – Denmark
54 The Animation Workshop – TSUNAMI – Denmark
55 The School of Visual Arts – MONSTER – United States
56 The School of Visual Arts – NEXUS – United States
57 the STUDIO – Give Luci – United States
58 Tiny Inventions – BETWEEN TIMES – United States
59 Toei Animation – RAKUEN TSUIHO – Expelled from Paradise – France
60 Toei Animation – Saint Seiya Legend of Sanctuary – France
61 Unit Image – PEUGEOT 208 GTi “The Legend Returns” – France
62 Unit Image – THE CREW Launch Trailer – France
63 University of California Los Angeles – Visions of America: Amériques – United States
64 University of Texas at Dallas – Sticky – United States
65 USC Institute for Creative Technologies – Skin Stretch: Simulating Dynamic Skin Microgeometry – United States
66 Walt Disney Imagineering – GEAR – United States
67 WeWereMonkeys – Tide: The Paradox Effect – Canada

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FILE GAMES 2016

1 Alan Hazelden & Benjamin Davis – A Good Snowman is Hard to Build – England
2 Asteroid Base – Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime – Canada
3 Bedtime Digital Games – Back to Bed – Denmark
4 Black Pants Studio – Blown Away – Germany
5 Broken Rules – Yet it Moves – Austria
6 Disco Pixel – Jungle Rumble – United States
7 Drinkbox Studios – Guacamelee! STCE – Canada
8 Gattai Games – Stifled – Singapure
9 House House – Push Me Pull You – Australia
10 Jason RT Bond e Colin Sanders – Shu’s Garden – Canada
11 Laser Dog – ALONE… – England
12 Lindsay Grace – Big Huggin’ – A Bear for Affection Gaming – United States
13 Martelo Nero – Tower of Samsara – Brazil
14 Media Molecule – Tearaway Unfolded – England
15 Mediocre AB – Smash Hit – Sweden
16 Pantumaca Barcelona – Mind: Path to Thalamus Enhanced Edition – Spain
17 POSSIBLE Games – The Adventures of Poco Eco – Hungary
18 RAC7 – Dark Echo – Canada
19 Shadow Planet Productions – Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet – Canada
20 Terry Cavanagh – Super Hexagon – England
21 Trickster Arts – Hero of Many – Czech republic

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VIDEO ART

FILE Video Art presents this year a cutout of the recent poetic production that combines video and current technologies, breaking the barriers between them and showing how the technical devices change the way we perceive things around us. With forty-four works from over than twenty countries, we seek to investigate how the imbrications between us and the images (with its devices) and between us and the spaces (physical, digital, internal and external) happen.
Curatorship: Fernanda Albuquerque de Almeida

1 Alfredo Ardia & Sandro L’Abbate – Studio N.1 – Italy
2 Anna Vasof – Down to Earth – Austria
3 Atelier Monté – The Art of Deception – Netherlands
4 Baku Hashimoto & Katsuki Nogami – EYE – Japan
5 Beatriz Minguez de Molina – Finishing Your Dreams – Spain
6 Cole Lu – But, You Know, It’s Often All I Want – United States
7 Con.Tatto: Francesca Leoni & Davide Mastrangelo – Androgynous – Italy
8 Constanza Meléndez – Untitled (1990) – Germany
9 Cristina Pavesi – Giallo – Italy
10 Daniel Alexander Smith – Sea Change – United States
11 Daniel H. Dugas – Apples and Oranges – Canada
12 Daniel Wechsler – Dust – Israel
13 Das Vegas – STRATA – Lithuania/Sweden
14 David Clark – The Cinema of Sweat – Canada
15 Diran Lyons – Keep The Clubs Swingin’ (#Obeezy | Dr. Dre Remix) – United States
16 Dustin Morrow – Treetops – United States
17 Edu Rabin & Renata de Lélis – Onda – Brazil
18 Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core – Bang Utot – Italy
19 Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core – Scherzo – Italy
20 Francesca Fini – Dadaloop – Italy
21 Hakan Lidbo – Tightrope – Sweden
22 Hakeem b – Jane’s Electronic Poem – France
23 Jaret Vadera – On Kings and Elephants – United States
24 Jeroen Cluckers – Tears in Rain – Belgium
25 Laura Focarazzo – The Uninvited – Argentina
26 Liliana Farber – The Blue Marble – Israel
27 Liu Chang & Miao Jing – INFINITE – China/United States
28 Marcell Andristyák – Roadlovers – Hungary
29 Michael Pelletier – Coordinated Movement – Netherland
30 Paganmuzak – N3 – Italy
31 Paulina Rutman – Fall – Chile
32 Peter Whittenberger – What’s the Worst That Can Happen? – United States
33 Peter William Holden – The Invisible – Germany
34 “pixels+fibre: Myrto Angelouli & Fiona Gavino” – (My) Space I – Australia
35 Przemek Wegrzyn – Lullaby – Poland
36 Przemek Wegrzyn – Home Movie – Poland
37 Przemek Węgrzyn – Security Measures – Poland
38 Shaun Wilson – Uber Memoria XIX – Part VII – Australia
39 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel Notebooks: Venice, Italy – Italy
40 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel Notebooks: Barcelona, Spain – Italy
41 Stuart Pound – Song Lines – England
42 Stuart Pound – Coming & Going – England
43 Stuart Pound – Six Portraits of Clara Schumann – England
44 Vera Sebert – Panorama Panic Botany – Austria

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GIF

FILE GIF presents this year a selection of more than 40 proposals that highlight the own structure of GIFs addressing patterns, emphasizing or breaking them, whether they are behavioral (individual and social) or formal.
Curatorship: Fernanda Albuquerque de Almeida

1 Bill Domonkos – Open 24 Hours – United States
2 Bill Domonkos – Grapevine – United States
3 Bill Domonkos – Personality & Crime – United States
4 Cal Dean – Minimal Gif 18 – Australia
5 Cal Dean – Minimal Gif – Australia
6 Cal Dean – Minimal Gif 19 – Australia
7 Cal Dean – Minimal Gif 32 – Australia
8 Cal Dean – Minimal Gif 30 – Australia
9 Carl Burton – Well – United States
10 Carolina Costa – Hypnotist Yamamoto – Brazil
11 Clayton Shonkwiler – Coalesce – United States
12 Clayton Shonkwiler – Reinvention – United States
13 Clayton Shonkwiler – Epicenter – United States
14 Clayton Shonkwiler – Derange – United States
15 Clayton Shonkwiler – Come Along – United States
16 Cleber Gazana – Read Error: Black – Grey – White – Brazil
17 Cody Walzel – Breadheads – United States
18 Dora Bartilotti – _cascade – Mexico
19 Eleonora Roaro – Achilles used to love Mrs Turtle, endlessly – Italy
20 George Redhawk – Meat Meier – United States
21 George Redhawk – Pierre Alain D – United States
22 George Redhawk – Thomazs Allen Kopera – United States
23 INSA – The Loading Series – England
24 Jacky Ke Jiang – Timecard Time – United States
25 Kevin Welsh – Holding for life – United States
26 Leche de Mipalo – Fiends – Puerto Rico
27 Leche de Mipalo – The Truth is Ordinary – Puerto Rico
28 Leche de Mipalo – Thereur – Puerto Rico
29 Nicolas Sassoon – Window – Canada
30 Samantha Harvey – Deconstruct – United Kingdom
31 Siyu Mao – Nothing but Nonsense – Germany
32 Stephen Vuillemin – The New-York Times – France
33 Sumit Sijher – Dust Loops – United States
34 Sumit Sijher – Harmonic Twist – United States
35 Sumit Sijher – Perpetual Bloom – United States
36 Sumit Sijher – Zeno’s Waterfall Phase – United States

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MEDIA ART

1 Glasz DeCuir – The Performance that Was Not Allowed – Spain
2 group soul – The Record of my Ascension – Canada
3 group soul – A Full Expression – Canada
4 group soul – A Prayer for You – Canada
5 Ioan Cernei – Embroidered Data – Austria
6 IP Yuk-Yiu – S for Sisyphus ¬ – Hong Kong
7 Jean-Michel Rolland – MELTING POT – France
8 Joana Moll – CO2GLE – Spain
9 Kwon Daye – Where is the end of the world? – South Korea
10 lenina – the otherness – Argentina
11 Mark Tholander – a href ( n u l l ) – Denmark
12 Michael Takeo – Magruder Data Storm (prototype I) – United Kingdom
13 Milton Läufer – Codes – Argentina
14 Milton Läufer – Text’s topology – Argentina
15 Milton Läufer – The Library of Barracas – Argentina
16 Patricio Gonzalez Vivo – RandomCity – United States
17 Patricio Gonzalez Vivo – Skylines III – United States
18 Pedro Veneroso – ASCIIVideo – Brazil
19 Rony Maltz & Daniel Temkin – Borges: The Complete Works/Obras Completas – Brazil
20 TeYosh: Teodora Stojkovic and Sofija Stankovic – Dictionary of Online Behavior – Netherlands
21 Thais Weiller & Amora B. – Rainy Day – Brazil
22 The Institute for the Advancement of Popular Automatisms: Joana Moll & Eugenio Tisselli – GOOGLE & FRIENDS – Spain/Mexico
23 Tirtza Even Natural Life, Interactive – Online Archive – United States
24 Wei-Ming Ho – Self- Destruction for Eternity – Taiwan

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HIPERSONICA

Performance – Sunday at Paulista
Curatorship: Ana Bacaro

1 Érica Alves – Brazil [July 17th, 3:30 PM]
2 Pedro Zopelar – Brazil [July 24th, 3:30 PM]
3 Tigre Dente de Sabre: Marcos Leite Till & Gui Calzavara – Brazil [August 07th, 12:00 PM]
4 Cassino Queen: Bóris e Mari – Brazil [August 14th, 12:00 PM]

Participants

1 A B I I I S M O: Rogermultiuse & Francisco Terra – A B I I I S M O – We don’t dance – Brazil
2 Danhua Ma – Conversation With Trees – United States
3 dob – •dob• – United States
4 Francisco Meirino – A Possibility (One of Many) – Switzerland
5 GRIDBLOCK [Cleber Gazana] – Bipolar – Brazil
6 Groß, Groß: Martin Groß & Stephan Groß – Précision – Germany
7 Groß, Groß: Martin Groß & Stephan Groß – Mystère – Germany
8 Joceles Bicalho & Marcus Neves – Stria in Flame – Brazil
9 JOESÉR ALVAREZ – Remix para Butô & Cometa – Brazil
10 Juan Carlos Vasquez – Sibelius Collage – Finland
11 Marco Ferrazza – Omen – Italy
12 Pablo Sanz – [in]audible – United States
13 Patricia Martinez – Conciencia pura de invención – Argentina
14 Peter van Haaften – E.L.A.P.S. – Canada
15 Ricardo de Armas – Lucid Dream – Argentina
16 Rocío Cano Valiño – Catarsis Sinusoidal – Argentina
17 The Tiny Orchestra – All in the Same Boat – Canada
18 Uwe Heine Debrodt – orbiting & exploring 1 – Mexico
19 Uwe Heine Debrodt – orbiting & exploring 2 – Mexico
20 Yuko Katori & Sonia Esse (photo) – Léthé – France
21 Barotti – Rising – Germany

Screening

1 “Yukao Nagemi & Lola Ajima ” – generative nights – France
2 Kenji Kojima – The Sound of Fountain at Lincoln Center, New York – United States
3 Wonbaek Shin – Expanding Simplicity – Germany
4 Joesér Alvarez – Tecnomagia 1.0- Brazil

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FILE Led Show 2016

FILE Led Show 2016 presents six sensorial video art works that are also exhibited inside the Art Gallery of SESI, two of them as installations and the other four as part of the FILE Video Art curatorship. While presenting these works in these two contexts, we seek to emphasize the overlapping of internal and external spaces for which the omnipresence of the screens directs us.
Curatorship: Fernanda Albuquerque de Almeida

1 Angella Conte – Sentido Único – Brazil
2 Das Vegas – STRATA – Lithuania/Sweden
3 Edu Rabin & Renata de Lélis – Onda – Brazil
4 Hakan Lidbo – Tightrope – Sweden
5 Karina Smigla-Bobinski – KALEJDOSKOP – Germany
6 Liu Chang & Miao Jing – INFINITE – China/United States

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HIGHLIGHTS

1 Baku Hashimoto & Katsuki Nogami – EYE – Japan (Highlight FILE Videoart)
2 Interactive Media Foundation – The Land of the Magic Flute – Germany (Highlight FILE ANIMA+)
3 Pantumaca Barcelona – Mind: Path to Thalamus Enhanced Edition – Spain (Highlight FILE GAMES)

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WORKSHOP

ENTRY FORMS CLOSED

Coletivo Laranja Azul: Mayara Tutumi, Miguel Alonso, Nadia Bosque, Rafael Freire & Ricardo Filho – Ex-code, QR in the tip of the gouge – Brazil
July 15th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – break – from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Fabricio Lima – Experiments with traditional animation – Brazil
July 12th to 15th, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Gabriel Menotti – Calculated nature: Studies in computational photography – Brazil
July 12th to 14th, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Marcelo Castro – Evolutive design: Two-dimensional to three-dimensional characters – Brazil
July 12th to 15th, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Mauricio Jabur – Creating a digital theremin emulator step by step – Brazil
July 12th to 15th, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Pedro Eboli – Pitch, putting your animation project on the street – Brazil
July 12th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. – July 15th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Quasares: Dyego Digiandomenico, Gabriele Landim & Henrique Fischer – Data at design process – Brazil
July 12th to 14th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Thiago Salas – Electronic instruments and sound gesture – Brazil
July 13th to 14th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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SERVICE
FILE 2016 – Electronic Language International Festival

EXHIBITION
Art Gallery of SESI-SP
From July 11th to August 28th
Every day from 10 AM to 8 PM, entry permitted until 7:40 PM

FILE LED SHOW
Digital Art Gallery SESI-SP
From July 11th to August 28th
Every day from 7 PM to 6 AM

FILE HIPERSONICA – SUNDAY AT PAULISTA
In front of SESI
July 17th, 24th, and August 07th, 14th.
From 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

FILE WORKSHOP
Mezzanine Floor
From July 11th to 15th
From 9 AM to 10 PM
Age: 16 and older

Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso
Av. Paulista, 1313
In front of subway station Trianon-Masp

Free admission
All ages admitted

Group scheduling: Monday to Friday, 10AM to 6:30PM on the phone 11 3146 7439