19.30 - FuturoGunk Colloquium / Videos (Dustin Breitling, KAJET, Zsolt Miklósvölgyi, Ráhel Molnár)
1. Anyahajó // Mothership (10.07 min, dir. János Brückner, 2020). An African-American artist from the Pacific Northwest explores a movement in Hungary by the help of several local conspirators. A journey through a busy postmodern spaceship, the heart chakra of the world and the Temple of Hungarian Holy Land reveals the hidden connection between Afro- and Hungarofuturism, showing a possible future of reclaiming ancient heritage.
2. Fabrica Seduction (5.47 min, 2021) is an ultra-radical mindset and manifestation coaching service founded by Ráhel Anna Molnár in 2021, in her residency at the Brno House of Arts.
video/sound: Endre Cserna, text: Ráhel Anna Molnár
3. Czas nieutracony/Čas není ztracen/время не потеряно/Time Not Lost (27.00 min, 2021). A skeleton Space Crew leaves Earth and awakes on another planet, to discover their pasts have become unravelled by a mysterious intelligence. Narration by: Edyta Bojanowska, Darya Kulbashna, Lucie Poskočilová, Liudmila Slivinskaya. Sound Compositions: Dustin Breitling & J.P. Caron-“8²” from ST.
4. Constructing Nostalgia: A Video with Vlad Nanca
A video made by Carnation, 2019; Direction & Edit: Raya Al Souliman, Cinematography & Colour Grading: Horațiu Șovăială, Sound Recordist & Sound Design: Laurențiu Coțac
“Every generation constructs a nostalgia for two or three generations behind.” Born and currently based in Bucharest, Vlad Nancă has been working with different media for the past two decades, being one of the most representative contemporary artists of the Romanian scene. He constantly embarks on never-ending personal quests seeking to trace and recreate lost memories, as well as to critically tackle political and cultural semiotics that govern his everyday.