Every Sunday, from July 10 to September 4, Meridian Space will be screening remarkable animation films from all over the world. For this summer series, we have cherry-picked some splendid samples of the genre, spanning a half-century, including both classics as well as many unusual or lesser-known works by such masters as the Brothers Quay, Jan Svankmajer, Bill Plympton, Hayao Miyazaki or David Lynch.
Photos from “Inner City Doldrums”, a visual art and video exhibition by Filippo Cardella and Karel Downsbrough, which took place at Meridian Space from April 30 to May 15, 2016.
Zurich-based artist Jason Kahn spent March 2016 wandering the streets of Beijing, following his instinct, harvesting sounds. Every day, after waking up, he wrote short texts based on his recollection of sounds heard the day before — touching, lapidary, vivid fragments of life caught on the photographic film of memory. Then he went out, and […]
Photos from “Soft Power: A Self-Criticism”, an exhibition by Elizabeth Briel, which took place at Meridian Space from September 27 to October 11, 2015.
In order to give shape to our understanding of the word “experimental”, Meridian Space will open a platform for performers from different backgrounds and disciplines from October to November 2015, during which experiments on our senses will take place every week, as part of [INSERT NAME HERE].