Start: July 24, 2019
7:00 pm
End: July 31, 2019
12:00 am


working in street video proyection in Sineu, Mallorca

The project that Neno Belchev will present at Espai sant Marc on the 24th of July is “About some features, specifics and consequences of “street” video art with “poor” quality in one frame”

The project ironically combines the creative approaches of video art with street art and actionism in urban environments. Examining their different aspects, the project aims to find new public language. It uses the different opportunities, which are offered by these seemingly different media through its innovative approach to them in a way that aims to maximize the impact. Technically, the project works with handy and found materials, thereby reducing budget expenses to a minimum. It elegantly avoids the hooligan approach in street art and puts social messages in a new context.

Neno Belchev, graduated in Mural Painting from the National Academy of Art in Sofia, Bulgaria. He works as video artist and filmmaker as well as in the fields of performance, installation, sculpture and new media. Neno has made one full-length movie, four medium-length documentaries and numerous short narrative films and video art works, which won prizes, awards and nominations from international video and film festivals in the United States, Russia, the Netherlands, Spain, India, Malaysia, Romania and Austria, as well as residency-grants in the United States, Russia, China, Japan, France and Portugal. His works are possession of Xiangning Art Museum (Shenzhen, China), SAMSA (Sofia Arsenal Museum for Contemporary Art, Sofia, Bulgaria); private collections in USA, the United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, Spain, Ukraine and others. Mr. Belchev is one of the founders of the International Video Art Festival Videoholica in Varna, Bulgaria.

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Neno Belchev’s participation in the ESPAI SANT MARC residency programme 2019 was realized with the support (travel grant) by the CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT of NATIONAL FUND “CULTURE” Programme of BULGARIAN MINISTRY OF CULTURE.

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