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Screen City Biennial (SCB) in Stavanger, is the first Nordic Art Biennial dedicated to the expanded moving image. It presents artworks that explore the relation between image, sound, new technologies, public and digital spaces. The architecture of the Norwegian port city Stavanger facilitates an exhibition of new formats and the use of moving image in contemporary artistic practices. SCB is founded and directed by Daniela Arriado.

Screen City Biennial (SCB) in Stavanger, the first Nordic Biennial dedicated to the expanded moving image in public space, presents artworks that explore the relation between the moving image, sound, technology and public space. The architectures of the Norwegian port city Stavanger, facilitate an exhibition of the expanded moving image in three-dimensional, multi-sensual and tactile experiences, together with screening programs and gallery installations. The Biennial presents a new platform that works to explore uses of the moving image in contemporary artistic practice. SCB is founded and directed by Daniela Arriado.

Daniela Arriado (Norway/Chile) is the Artistic Director and founder of Screen City Biennial, and the Director of Art Republic, a platform dedicated to digital art and public space. Her work explores new curatorial approaches towards expanded borders of cinematic experiences and the audio-visual. This approach has also fueled her work on projects concerning urban screens and online streaming platforms for video art and animation, aiming to pave new waves for the distribution and dissemination of the moving image to the public. In 2011, she produced the Public Art Screens for i/o/lab in Norway, and from 2013-2015 she initiated the Video Art Channel pilot in Berlin and Barcelona. Arriado is a curatorial advisor for art organizations, galleries and collections. She is an ambassador of PNEK - Production Network for Electronic Arts, Norway, and member of The Norwegian Association of Curators. Based in Berlin since 2012.

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Daniela Arriado (Norway/Chile) is the Artistic Director and founder of Screen City Biennial, and the Director of Art Republic, a platform dedicated to digital art and public space. Her work explores new curatorial approaches towards expanded borders of cinematic experiences and the audio-visual. This approach has also fueled her work on projects concerning urban screens and online streaming platforms for video art and animation, aiming to pave new waves for the distribution and dissemination of the moving image to the public. In 2011, she produced the Public Art Screens for i/o/lab in Norway, and from 2013-2015 she initiated the Video Art Channel pilot in Berlin and Barcelona. Arriado is a curatorial advisor for art organizations, galleries and collections. She is an ambassador of PNEK - Production Network for Electronic Arts, Norway, and member of The Norwegian Association of Curators. Based in Berlin since 2012.

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Vanina Saracino is an independent curator and film programmer currently based in Berlin. She is the co-founder of OLHO, an international curatorial project about contemporary art and cinema initiated in 2015 in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, also shown at the Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi (2017) and Palais de Tokyo (2018). From 2013 to 2017 she curated monthly selections of artists' films on the experimental channel ikonoTV, being also in charge of collaborations and projects with museums and institutions worldwide. Other projects include 'Fragmented Vision' (Musrara Mix Festival, Jerusalem, 2018); 'Earthly Mutations: Films From the Near Future' (Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria, 2018); 'The Crisis of the Horizon' (Small Projects, Tromsø, Norway, 2018); 'Lost Dimension' (AMIFF, Harstad, Norway, 2017); 'The Impossibility of an Island' (within TBA21's 'Open Ocean Space x COP23', Bonn and Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk, Poland, 2017)

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Vanina Saracino is an independent curator and film programmer currently based in Berlin. She is the co-founder of OLHO, an international curatorial project about contemporary art and cinema initiated in 2015 in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, also shown at the Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi (2017) and Palais de Tokyo (2018). From 2013 to 2017 she curated monthly selections of artists' films on the experimental channel ikonoTV, being also in charge of collaborations and projects with museums and institutions worldwide. Other projects include 'Fragmented Vision' (Musrara Mix Festival, Jerusalem, 2018); 'Earthly Mutations: Films From the Near Future' (Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria, 2018); 'The Crisis of the Horizon' (Small Projects, Tromsø, Norway, 2018); 'Lost Dimension' (AMIFF, Harstad, Norway, 2017); 'The Impossibility of an Island' (within TBA21's 'Open Ocean Space x COP23', Bonn and Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk, Poland, 2017)

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TEAM

Daniela Arriado: Director, Curator
Vanina Saracino: Curator
Stian Robberstad: Head of Production
Mote Studio (Davide Luciani, Fabio Perletta): Designers
Tiphaine Carrère: Coordinator
Sondre Oldereide Michaelsen: Technical Coordinator
Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad: Photo & Documentation
Lene Heimlund Larsen: Mediation Program

Nathanja van Dijk, Tanya Toft Ag, Gabriel Bogossian (Videobrasil): Guest Curators and Researchers 



Screen City Biennial is produced by Art Republic

TEAM

Daniela Arriado: 
Director, curator
Vanina Saracino: Curator
Stian Robberstad: Producer
Mote Studio (Davide Luciani, Fabio Perletta): Designers
Maria Ines Plaza Lazo: PR relations
Sondre Oldereide Michaelsen: Technical coordinator
Lene Heimlund Larsen: Mediation program
Agne Bore: Volunteer coordinator
Tiphaine Carrère: Coordinator
Tanya Toft: Guest curator, editor
Nathanja van Dijk: Guest curator
Agne Bore: Volunteer coordinator
Oddbjørn Erland Aarstad: Photo & documentation

Screen City Biennial is produced by Art Republic

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