The tenth season of FLUX CLUB is here: a fortnightly video club that reflects the vitality of video creation in our city. It’s an extension of the FLUX Video Auteur Festival, with sessions open to everything currently going on in the field of video in Barcelona, complementing the festival from the point of view of its content and extending its sphere of influence beyond the few days programmed for the festival itself. FLUX CLUB includes all kinds of sessions: screenings, video performances and debates offering direct contact between the audience and the filmmakers. These sessions focus on a range of subjects, from monographic by well-known directors to specific themes, from groups of up-and-coming authors to students; they may cover video poetry or video dance. FLUX CLUB is a space for the dissemination of video creation in the city of Barcelona.
Habitual Video Team is a non-profit association whose main objectives are to promote activities related to visual arts and specifically video art.
A fundamental area of their work is the organization of festivals, cycles and video shows, such as the FLUX, and INFLUX [vídeo a escena], dedicated to audiovisual performing arts.
Another branch of Habitual Video Team’s activities is video documentation (recording and editing) of mainly small format cultural events such as concerts, poetry, performances or theatre shows. It has a video archive of over 1.000 recordings. In 2012 they launched the SUMMA project with the aim of converting this audiovisual heritage into a non-profit online video archive.