THE TUNNELS

 

“The Tunnels” is an experimental film that lays on the border of documentation, critical review and video art. It is dedicated to “Brand New, You’re Retro” exhibition that took place at the former brewery tunnels (now Tou Scene Centre for Contemporary Arts) as a part of the Nuart Festival 2019.

“Brand New, You’re Retro” exhibition takes its cue from a 1995 track by Bristol artist and producer Tricky. The exhibition plays host to eleven visiting artists representing a variety of practices (such as independent public art, street art, muralism, public intervention, subvertising, graffiti etc.) with a common background in D.I.Y culture.

This film is a journey; it is moving backward from the last 7th tunnel until the introductory Tunnel Zero in order to show the development of the movement with its modern variety of artistic practices and the parallels with the past.

The soundtrack is composed by Yatharth Roy Vibhakar (aka aimsir.) linktr.ee/yatharthroyvibhakar

Featuring the track "Mod1" by Ꮎ Ꭲ Ꮋ Ꭼ Ꮢ soundcloud.com/othertechno

MZM PROJECTS is a group of independent video artists focused on research and documentation of contemporary art practices. It was formed by Kristina Borhes and Nazar Tymoshchuk in Ukraine around 2015. The main aim of this group is storytelling in a very particular manner.

We are trying to capture the merely visible essence through combining the personal experience with an artistic approach. We want to transmit the raw emotion, to seduce and to mystify..

vimeo.com/mzmprojects/

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