Konsept X invites you to a club night dedicated to women’s technical artistry. Non stop dance music from 23 until late.
DJs and VJs TBA!
In both film and music women have often been at the forefront of artistic discoveries through new technology. However, many of these women worked behind the scenes and their artistry was often not recognized until much later times. In the early 1900s film industry much of the pioneering editing work was done by women. One of them was Yelizaveta Svilova, a Soviet film editor and cinematic genius. Svilova edited “Man with a Movie Camera” – an experimental 1929 Soviet silent documentary film. The film presents urban life in Moscow and the Ukrainian cities Kyiv and Odesa during the late 1920s. From dawn to dusk Soviet citizens are shown at work and at play – interacting with the machinery of modern life.
In honor of Svilova’s and other women’s technical artistry we invite you to an anachronistic journey into the urban dusk. Inspired by early Soviet cinema, this will be an experimental club experience dedicated to the intersection of film and music where we continue to play and interact with the technology of modern life in the form of DJing and VJing.
Bring your best dance moves and let’s have fun!
Bergen Kunsthall is accessible from street level, wheelchair accessible and has all-gender toilet facilities. For special access requests or further assistance, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or make yourself known to our staff at the door and they will assist you. Bergen Kunsthall is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We follow a no tolerance approach to racism, as well as ageism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia, ableism, or prejudice based on ethnicity, nationality, class, gender, gender presentation, language ability, asylum status or religious affiliation