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Title: Welcome by CULTURETV
 

TO CELEBRATRATE THE RELEASE OF DESTRICTED ON DVD ON THE 25TH SEPTEMEBER
WE HAVE 3 COPIES TO BE WON

WIN A COPY OF DESTRCITED ON DVD

LARRY CLARK GASPAR NOÉ SAM TAYLOR-WOOD MATTHEW BARNEY RICHARD PRINCE
MARCO BRAMBILLA MARINA ABRAMOVIC

Destricted invited seven artists to make short films representing their
views on sex and pornography. The result is a collection of sexy, humorous,
stimulating and provocative scenarios.

Destricted boasts a heavyweight line-up of the most acclaimed directors and
artists of our time; Larry Clark, Gaspar Noé, Sam Taylor-Wood, Matthew
Barney, Richard Prince, Marco Brambilla and Marina Abramovic.

These distinctive and entirely uncensored films portray very different
points of view, revealing diverse attitudes about how we represent ourselves
sexually.

Destricted is the most controversial and sexually explicit film ever to
receive an 18 certificate from the BBFC

www.destrictedfilms.com
DESTRICTED IS RELEASED ON DVD ON THE 25TH SEPTEMEBR

To enter please email paul {AT} revolvergroup.com and put in the subject field
CULTURETV/DESTRICTED

Only open to UK residents.

\\ ON AIR 18 september 2006

CULTURETV Video podcasting available

  1. Simple TEXT Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Tim Redfern, and Duncan Murphy
  2. 6th Shanghai Biennale until 05.11.06
  3. RMR by Marnix de Nijs (NL)
  4. Smoke Tree by John Gerrard (Irl)
  5. Re:orient - migrating architectures
    10th Venice Biennale of Architecture Hungarian Pavilion
  6. Breaking the Rules
    until 22.10.06 Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (NL)
  7. 'Brooklyn' by Banksy (GB)
  8. 'Destricted' Marina Abramovic, Matthew Barney,Marco Brambilla
    Larry Clark, Gaspar Noé, Richard Prince, Sam Taylor-Wood
  9. Generative India Geert Mul (NL)
  10. Todaysart Festival 22.-23.09 The Hague (NL)

 

 

This week we offer not only a new playlist, but also in cooperation with Revolver Entertainment YOU (UK residents) can win A COPY OF DESTRICTED DVD.

SimpleTEXT by Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Tim Redfern, and Duncan Murphy,is a collaborative audio/visual public performance that relies on audience participation through input from mobile devices such as phones, PDAs or laptops.

Until Sun, 5th November : Shanghai Bienalle 2006 > A theme that filled with the traits of our era, popularity and culture. It promotes the urban civilization and the fixed theme of "Hyper Design".

Marnix de Nijs’s work Run Motherfucker Run is an interactive installation and presented at the Shanghai Biennale. In this work, any able-bodied person can experience the sensation of moving through absolutely empty streets, intersections and unpredictable obstacles. When you stand on the treadmill in front of an eight-meter by four-meter silver screen, you encounter images pieced together from film and 3-D software. On the conveyor belt, you maintain an equal distance from the virtual city in front of you. You can control the movement of the images by running faster or slower, which is to say that the speed of the conveyor belt and the multiplication of the images are both determined by your speed and running direction. Only in this way is the continuation of the film guaranteed. The film manifests the tense relationship between terrified pursuit and urban panic.

Banksy is a world renowned, London-based graffiti artist whose artwork is often political and/or humorous in nature. He has attempted to hide his identity; however, according to The Guardian he is one Robert Banks born in 1974 in Bristol, England. In March 2005, he placed subverted artworks in the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, and the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Watch the video.

todaysart is the annual international multidisciplinary modern creativity festival 22.-23.09 in The Hague (NL).

The festival offers a programme at 20 venues (in- and outdoor) in the city centre with more than 200 artists from over 25 countries, all presenting their creative vision about what Art is Today in terms of music, video and visual arts, film, photography, fashion, performing arts, theatre, contemporary dance and other disciplines and crossovers.
Expect unique and custom-made productions and performances by the world's most creative artists.

Have a nice week,

CULTURETV

 
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