"It is the flattest and the dullest parts that in the end have the most life." Robert Bresson

About follows on from the artists’ moving image programme ‘Flatness: Cinema after the Internet’ (featuring special screenings by artists Ed Atkins, Anthea Hamilton and Oliver Laric) curated for Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen 2013; returning to the small screen to present many of the works, and research and writing about them, online.

Screening events and discussions relating to Flatness have taken place at international venues including Chisenhale Gallery, Auto Italia, Goldsmiths and The Showroom in London, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Moderna Museet, Malmö, Western Front and Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver, The Alternative Film/Video Research Forum, Belgrade, Microscope, New York, warehouse, Berlin and Rupert, Vilnius. An extended interview about the project is available to read on Rhizome.

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Flatness is curated by Shama Khanna

Web programming by intelligentsia and Reuben Bowles

Supported by Konstfack, Stockholm

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