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  • Friday 4 May 2018

    Restored King Hu classics screened at Eye

    The martial arts films of the highly influential film director King Hu (1931-1997) lifted Chinese cinema to new technical and artistic heights. The Taipei Film Archive has recently restored three major works by King Hu, which were previously presented at Cannes and Venice. These superb restorations are now screened at Eye.

  • Monday 26 March 2018

    Xtended: new series with VR work by Laurie Anderson, Marina Abramović and Tsai Ming-liang

    EYE is the first museum to systematically focus on cinematographic and artistic VR. The new bimonthly series takes off in 2018 with work by Laurie Anderson, Marina Abramović and Tsai Ming-liang. The Xtended Experience – that of a cinematic 360°...

  • Friday 16 March 2018

    Program EYE International Conference 2018 online

    How can audio-visual collections be mobilized for the common good? How can preservationists, curators and programmers be trained to achieve this goal? In May 2018, the EYE International Conference will explore answers to these and other questions,...

  • Thursday 1 February 2018

    VJ pioneer Peter Rubin’s collection donated to EYE, remix in Researchlabs

    The complete archive of VJ pioneer Peter Rubin has recently been donated to EYE. On 17 February, Amsterdam’s VjAcademy brings a new mix of original work based on the collection of Rubin, who was one of the founding fathers of the VJ scene. The...

  • Friday 12 January 2018

    Leading video artists participate in the World Masters of Projection Mapping

    From 14 January onward, international video artists start a three-week display of 3D projections onto the EYE Filmmuseum façade as part of Amsterdam Light Festival. The shape of the multi-faceted museum, with no straight surfaces and the close...

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