Unfiltered Utopias - Aliaksandr Martyniuk

Cinema Van (c) Robert, 2015

Aliaksandr Martyniuk ( Belarus )

Unfiltered Utopias project is a study that examines screen-projection as a socio-cultural political phenomenon. The research is a cinematic experiment of the interaction between a viewer, a screen and an author. The experiment involves filters, censorship and projection awareness practices within the problematics of subjectivity. The story to be screened at the OPENHAUS is a meta-narrative based on the short films of the international festival “Unfiltered Cinema”. The festival was held for 9 years in Belarus. It was banned by the authorities in 2023. The meta-film is set in the line between confronted society spectacles, utopias. The drama unfolds between the world and the world picture, contemporary art and the utilisation machines of Eros energy.

Cinema Van (c) Aliaksandr Martyniuk, 2022
Cinema Van (c) Aliaksandr Martyniuk, 2017
Cinema Van (c) Aliaksandr Martyniuk, 2015
Gate of The Centre For Contemporary Garage Art (c) Aliaksandr Martyniuk, 2019
Nefiltravanae (c) Aliaksandr Martyniuk, 2019
Nefiltravanae (c) Aliaksandr Martyniuk, 2017