EXHIBITION OPENING: A Sea of Films, 19 images of the Kino Otok – Isola Cinema festival
Since 2004, when it was established to promote film culture, Kino Otok has also contributed to the visual culture of public space through its visual identities. Developed by multiple visual communications designers, the identities share the use of illustration, diverse graphic elements and yet similar motifs evocative of a summer on the coast. However, it was not until the latest festival identity that the poster includes – a photo of the sea. Displaying the exhibits in an open city space befits the nature of posters as a basic medium of visual communication.
The exhibition will open with a screening of Colours of Memory (Jože Babič, Giorgio Sestan, Slovenia (Yugoslavia), 1967, 13′), a short film about the humanity, synthesis and rhythm in the creative world of the artist Lojze Spacal.