20180920 Press Release AMNUA One Minutes Ways of Seeing the Future

20180920 Press Release AMNUA One Minutes Ways of Seeing the Future

From 26 October until 25 November 2018, Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts (AMNUA) presents Ways of Seeing the Future – Creating, engaging and connecting – Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes.
The exhibition takes place in AMNUA’s futuristic Hall03 of 1500 square meters on the top floor of the museum. Ways of Seeing the Future consists
of 20 series curated by, among others, Melanie Bonajo, David Claerbout and Cally Spooner, discussing the topics of today and our near future in video art. The show marks the start of the festivities celebrating The One Minutes’
20th anniversary in 2019.
»It cannot be ignored that the influence and success The One Minutes have achieved today, both suit and fight the trend of this fast-paced life at the same time.»
Chen Rui, Curator Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts
Since 1999, The One Minutes Foundation has produced and distributed one minute videos from an artistic point of view, offering an international stage for people to create, engage and connect. The One Minutes Collection consists of over 10,000 video works by artists from more than 120 countries.

The exhibition consist of 20 series:
Biased Gods, curated by Janna Ullrich
Communication with the Non-Human, curated by Melanie Bonajo Create Characters, curated by Egill Sæbjörnsson
Dreaming the Dark, curated and assembled by Ana Vaz
ECO VS EGO – Healing Videos, curated by Pinar&Viola
Enjoy your file, download your life, curated by Studio David Claerbout Healing Tool, curated by Shana Moulton
The Human Puppet, curated by David Henry Nobody Jr
IN.NO.SENSE, curated by Xue Mu
Intimate Technology, curated by Next Nature Network
Liminal Express, curated by Kubilay Mert Ural
MAKE BEING RADICAL AGAIN, curated by Tereza Ruller
Making Hybrids, curated by Janis Rafa
Micro-Composition, curated by Cally Spooner
Nøtel Cinema, curated by Lawrence Lek and Lua Vollaard
Our Soul Isn’t A Border, curated by Salomé Lamas
Prism of Freedom, curated by by Va-Bene E. Fiatsi (crazinisT artisT) Public Justice, curated by Quinsy Gario
Synthetic Selves, curated by Goys & Birls
We do the voodoo, curated by Helen Dowling