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Spanish videoartist Alex Pachon. Videoart, visual effects, music and contemporary dance. Sharing session about his work and influences
 
 
Date: 29 September 2014 
 

School of Modern Languages and Cultures

[CANCELLATION] Spanish videoartist Alex Pachon. Videoart, visual effects, music and contemporary dance. Sharing session about his work and influences

Due to the political situation in Hong Kong, we regrettably notify you the cancellation of Spanish videoartist Alex Pachon. Videoart, visual effects, music and contemporary dance. Sharing session about his work and influences, which was planned to take place tonight at CPD-LG.34 of the University of Hong Kong.

We apologize for any incovenience. Thank you for your understanding. 

Spanish videoartist Alex Pachon. Videoart, visual effects, music and contemporary dance. Sharing session about his work and influences

29 Sep (Mon)
6:00pm to 7:15pm
CPD-LG.34, Centennial Campus, HKU

Language: English (and some Spanish)

During this session, Pachon will discuss with us his artistic journey and the works that have influenced him most throughout his professional career: music videos, horror films, title sequences, rock music and contemporary dance. And you will have the chance to watch all his videos, from his early stop-motion experiments to his very latest movie!

Alex PachoĢn (Badajoz, Spain. 1981) has studied Media Studies at the University of Extremadura, Spain, and Digital Narrative and New Media at the University of Passo Fundo, Brazil. He combines personal projects as a director with freelance work as a digital artist in motion graphics and visual effects for film and television. He feels comfortable using the absurd and surreal to build unsettling atmospheres and new and unknown forms of personal expression, using contemporary dance and sound art.

“You will fall again” is his fifth short film after “Feijoada” (2003), “Vivir sin Aires” (2006), “Atardecer Rojo” (2008) and “Cracks,” which was awarded the Best Video Award of CANAL+ AWARD 2014, the Best National Film Award at FIVER Festival La Rioja, Spain, and the First Runner Up award in Jumping Frames Festival, Hong Kong.

Poster: http://www.spanish.hku.hk/images/20140929.pdf 

 
 
     
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