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Seventeen Point Plan [Information document]
mediaposted on 2017-04-21, 12:57 authored by Christin Bolewski
‘Seventeen Point Plan’ is a digital video animation, experimental documentary or animated documentary, 3,00min. It investigates the potential of animated documentary to create a digital video scroll that consists solely of documentary photography, text documents and audio recordings related to the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1951. After the Chinese invasion of Tibet the Tibetan government is forced to sign the Seventeen Point Agreement for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet with the People’s Republic of China on March 23, 1951. The people of Tibet have not given up hope of somehow driving out their oppressors even after 63 years of occupation.
- The Arts, English and Drama
- AM (Accepted Manuscript)
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NotesThis is an information document that contains 1 still image of the video animation and full list of exhibitions of 100x100 worldwide touring exhibition. The digital video art animation was created for 100x100=1900s (100 videoartists to tell a century). Organized by Magmart Festival Italy, it is an international project, realized in 2013 to celebrate 50 years of video art. It involved 100 artists from around the world, each of whom has realized a video on each year of the '900. The project has traveled the world in an international tour, which touched 29 different countries, with 66 exhibitions, for a total of 451 days of screenings, with the support of 39 curators and 55 local partners. The project is now hosted on Google Cultural Institute https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/beta/exhibit/BgIyebrICVkHKg. Full list of exhibitions can be found on the depository. Additional the artefact was exhibited at other international (digital media) arts exhibition and film festivals and continues to be exhibited during REF 14-2020 period.