QueerZagreb

24.5.2017

Natasha Mendonca (IND)

"With what YOU have"
radionica

12:00 - 15:00
Zagrebački plesni centar
Ilica 10

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Smart phone je švicarski vojni nož protesta. Kroz ovu radionicu polaznici će prolaziti kroz osnove - od snimanja na ulici do web izdavaštva. Dokumentirajte svoj prosvjed fotografijama, videom i zvukom te naučite kako vaš telefon može biti pametan za vas.

Natasha Mendonca nagrađivan/a je redatelj/ica i vizualni/a umjetnik iz Bombaya (Indija). Diplomirao/la je sociologiju i antropologiju na koledžu St. Xavierovu u Bombayu u i magistrirala film i video na Institute of the Arts u Kaliforniji. Radove izvodi u formatima 16mm filma, videa, zvuka, fotografije i performansa, sve vezano uz teme hrane, spola, seksualnosti, cenzure i glazbe. Također radi kao kustos/ica, pedagog/inja i menadžer je glazbenog benda Suman Sridhar i Crna Mamba. Godine 2003. osnovao/la je Larzish - prvi indijski međunarodni filmski i video festival o seksualnosti i rodu sa sjedištem u Bombayu. U suradnji s umjetnikom Olafurom Eliasson, predstavljao/la je Indiju na London Olympics and Cultural festival 2012. Bio/la je član/ica žirija za Teddy, Berlinski međunarodni filmski festival 2004. te sudjelovao/la na Berlinale Talents 2017. Trenutno predaje film i umjetnost na Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology.


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A smart phone is a Swiss army knife of protest. This workshop runs through the basics - from recording on the streets to web-publishing. Document your protest with photos, video and sound and learn how to make your phone be smart for YOU.

Natasha Mendonca is an award-winning filmmaker and visual artist from Mumbai, India. S/he holds a Masters in Film and Video from the California Institute of the Arts. Natasha's short film Jan Villa, won the Tiger award at The International Film Festival Rotterdam 2011, the Ken Burns award for the Best of the festival at the Ann Arbor Film Festival 2011, a residency award at the Southern Panoramas competition, Video Brazil 2011 and the Adolfas Mekas award for Best Film, Experimenta, India 2011.

Her work has shown at the Museum of Modern Art, (USA), London Olympics and Cultural festival Tate Modern (U.K) 2012, Centre Pompidou (France), Instituto Tomie Ohtake (Brazil), Los Angeles County Museum, (USA), NGBK (Germany) Kochi Biennale and the India Art Fair 2016.
Her debut feature film Ajeeb Aashiq / Strange Love explores gender, class and labour. The film has received the Hubert Bals Fund, 2011 for production and was selected to be part of Open Doors at the Locarno Film Festival 2011.

S/he was on the Teddy Jury, Berlin International Film Festival in 2004 and was part of the Berlinale Talents 2017. In 2003, s/he co-founded Larzish – India’s first international film and video film festival on sexuality and gender based in Bombay, India.

www.natashamendonca.com