Imagine the Sounds - Group Exhibition
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Imagine the Sounds - Group Exhibition

Imagine the Sounds - Group Exhibition

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As part of this year’s Edinburgh Greek Festival, Syn Festival Edinburgh presents the group exhibition "Imagine the Sounds" at the Filmhouse Gallery, Edinburgh from 27 November 2016 until early January 2016.

The exhibition takes as its starting point the relationship between moving image and sound. Since the breakthrough of its introduction after the era of silent cinema, the sound has been an essential element of cinematic works since the earliest stages of the inception of film. Drawing inspiration from this year’s films the exhibition examines sound and ultimately music, as a powerful, universal modality of communication. The exhibition also seeks to the explore the role of the auditory not only as a complementary, but also oftentimes crucial narrative device, and more importantly an agent of cultural, social and political meaning-making and engagement.

Artists: AmanDa Armao, Giorgis Charalambidis, Chrysa Karagianni, Eva Koliadi, Eleni Laparidou Photography, Stergios Magriotis, Ursula Mestre, Vasilis Mitrakas & Silvia Peluso.

Ediburgh Greek Film Festival - Film Schedule

Suntan, Friday 2nd December at 20:45
Short Fuse, Saturday 3rd December at 20.45
Cloudy Sunday Ouzeri Tsitsanis, Sunday 4th December at 20.45
A Family Affair, Monday 5th December at 20.45
Chevalier, Tuesday 6th December at 20.45
OXI: An Act of Resistance, Wednesday 7th December at 20.45

For more details about the Edinburgh Greek Film Festival, films' plot summaries and tickets' information please check here: http://www.edinburghgreekfestival.com/index.php/2016-greek-festival-schedule

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