10 seconds | Screening: I DON’T GIF A F**KAnimation
- Thu 19.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
- Fri 20.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
- Sat 21.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
- Sun 22.May @ 11:00 - 23:00
10 seconds is both a non-digital drawing on a graph-paper and a gif-animation. The drawing consists of 120 frames which are organized together on a grid in a seemingly random order. The animation created by sequencing the frames in infinite loop following a classic frame-by-frame animation principle. The work manifests the notion of repetition, a yearning for the infinite. Within the patterns that emerge, however, individual fragments of the animation reveal their lack of continuous identity — a tacit acknowledgement of the imperfections of the human hand.
Duration: 0:10 min
Alma Alloro (DE)
Alma Alloro (born 1982, Tel-Aviv) lives and works in Berlin. Alma explores traditional crafts through the spectrum of digital culture and vice versa. She is obsessed with the formalistic and emotional aspect of technology. When she isn’t working on the next exhibition in her Berlin studio she is involved in a few music projects including a conceptual collaboration about the phenomena of pop music. Her works were featured in Sommer Gallery, Tel Aviv, Preview Berlin, GLI.TC/H festival in Chicago and Amsterdam, Furtherfield Gallery, London, Transfer Gallery, NYC, Hypersalon, Miami beach and Musrara mix new media festival, Jerusalem amongst other art and new media exhibitions world wide. Alma studied art and education in Midrasha school of art, Israel and received her MFA in Art in Public Space and New Artistic Strategies from Bauhaus university, Weimar.