November 2021: Cassette-Television is part of the 3rd Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival (Turkey)
October 2021: Thorsten Wagner supervises the seminar "A Social Issue: Media and Socio-Culture" at the OST in St. Gallen (Switzerland)
archives, produces and distributes media works.
Here media products are received, selected and catalogued to integrate them into the work of Soyuz Apollo. It contains over 4000 image and sound carriers of the formats VHS, Betamax, Video 2000, Super 8, 16 and 35mm, as well as various digital transcodings.
Head: Jim Jones
Here concepts are developed on the basis of the selected archive pieces to generate new media products. According to the current
characteristics and relations the available information becomes part of a new production practice.
Head: Otto Kiborg
Here the pieces from the archive and the production are programmed, compiled and circulated.
The distribution and the resulting reception is an inherent part of the medial information and thereby of the entire medial practice.
Head: Nihil Yang
“The best way to preserve information is to circulate it.”
“To edit media is part of the practice of continuous communication.”
“The decision of how to accomplish access is part of the medium.”
Cassette-Television is part of the 3rd Istanbul International Experimental Film Festival.
Thorsten Wagner supervises the seminar A Social Issue: Media and Socio-Culture in St. Gallen.
Tapes from Thailand is honored as the best film in the category Retro Short Film.
Soyuz Apollo is funded by the Stiftung Kulturwerk of the Bild-Kunst with a four-month scholarship.
Thorsten Wagner is part of the selection commitee of the 38th Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival.
Cassette-Television receives an honorable mention at the Los Angeles Underground Film Forum.
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