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For the Record investigates how contemporary video culture operates as a public space for consumerism, activism and emancipation, by exposing existing realities and by imagining alternatives.

The project seeks to document and reflect upon the technologies, spatial design and forms of representation deployed in video culture and live events, and uses public programs and video production as the main research methodology. For the Record  is envisioned as a live, collective research, in which its themes and questions will be updated and reformulated by the team, the audience and collaborating partners as the project evolves. The project engages with both local and global issues and dimensions in video culture, involving a broad network of set and stage designers, architects, artists, filmmakers, musicians, choreographers, media producers, cultural critics and institutions.

Next in the Series: Set Stage Screen

On how local narratives and struggles manifest in the audiovisual language and genres of contemporary music video

Designing Realities

 Examines the politics of production design in popular music videos during the Nederlands Film Festival

Video Channel

A public recording studio records and shares the conversations in a video format. Following each event, a new video will be released on this channel.

For the Record series

Investigates forms of representation in music videos

Video Essays

Articles and essays on the politics of contemporary video culture

Screen Spaces, New York

Screen Spaces: a Geography of Moving Image, an exhibition and lecture programme from 1 to 7 December 2018 in New York

Marina Otero Verzier, Director of Research Katía Truijen, Senior Researcher
Vere van Gool, curator Emma Macdonald, curatorial assistant
Shay Kreuger, moderator Koos Breen, set design and graphic design Jeannette Slütter, set design Tanja Busking, film production