Agora Collective e.V. is very pleased to invite you to:
CONGLOMERATE: One-Shot (TV Special)
The sixth and last public exhibition of AFFECT 2016 residency premiering an original film assembled by artists of Module #6 and wrap Party at Agora´s new venue within the created sets. A collaborative production by:
Marta Slavinska, Katarina Henriksson, Beth Dillon, Anna L.Roeder, Joseph Craig, Maria Ader, Amanda Staples, Kotoe Karasawa, Hannan Jones, Isabella Benshimol, Seamus Killick and Kate Davis *With assistance by Femke Fredrix & Darius Bogda. Directed by: Sol Calero, Ethan Hayes-Chute, Derek Howard, Christopher Kline and Dafna Maimon.
Public screening and Premiere on:
Saturday 29th of October 2016
From 18:00 to 22:00
Am Sudhaus 2
Link to fbk event .
CONGLOMERATE is a collaborative Gesamtkunstwerk presented in the form of a television network. The project is realized by a core team of five artists and filmmakers: Sol Calero, Ethan Hayes-Chute, Derek Howard, Christopher Kline and Dafna Maimon.
CONGLOMERATE acts as a producer of original programs, also inviting additional Berlin-based and international artists to realize their own segments, sets, commercials and specials for the network.
For the month of October 2016, CONGLOMERATE was invited to co-facilitate the #6 Module of AFFECT: Agora’s Program for Collaborative Artistic Practices in Berlin.
Through workshops, group presentations and discussion, CONGLOMERATE worked with AFFECT participants to create a single, final, one-shot (non-stop) “TV Special” composed of various set elements, props, actors, miniatures, costumes, sounds, etc.
The frame of the final event on the 29th October 2016 is a Wrap Party at Agora´s new venue within the created sets which will feature a looping screening of the final one-shot scene.
Join us for the Premiere at our new venue and celebrate with us the colophon of AFFECT 2016 edition!
For more information please check the program links:
AFFECT is developed by Agora Collective e.V.
Coordinated by Paz Ponce
Agora Collective e.V. is member of CAPP
(Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme) from Creative Europe.