“Lady and the tooth” recently screened at Tabakalera in northern Spain. Tabakalera is an international contemporary culture centre containing Contemporary art, television, video and cinema, design and sound.
Since 2007 Tabakalera has organised a wide sort of activities. Exhibitions like Summer by Julian Schnabel (2007), No es Neutral (2008),Egiatik (2008) and Look Again (2009) as well as experimental shortfilm screenings like LABO, in collaboration with Clermont-Ferrand Festival.
The Lab competition is the place where people rush in to experience jarring films. Electrifying combinations, arresting viewpoints, accomplished risk-taking; Clermont-Ferrand’s Lab is the right prescription for visual addicts. Come get your fix, brought to you by artists dangerously in love with images and sounds.
Tabakalera opens its doors to the new Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival.
Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Clermont-Ferrand Festival, Tabakalera and Donostia Kultura, which celebrates its sixth anniversary this year, from February 25th to March 2nd, 40 films included in the festival’s Labo experimental section will be screened in Tabakalera‘s cinema. The cycle includes a selection of experimental proposals, offering new and, on many occasions, disturbing points of view, as well as works verging on the edge of video-art or contemporary art, all located in this space in which the lines delimiting the different disciplines become increasingly blurred.