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Selected by David Gryn, Director of Artprojx, the Film sector includes over 80 works by some of today's most exciting artists from Latin America, the United States, Europe, Asia and beyond.

Film presents works in both the outdoor setting of New World Center's SoundScape Park and on six touch-screen monitors within the newly designed Film Library at Art Basel's show.

9pm | Short Film program | ‘The Magic of Things' Running time 70ʹ

This program is inspired by Mark Wallinger’s The Magic of Things (2010), a video of edited scenes from the popular 1970s TV sitcom Bewitched, in which everyday objects such as knives or glasses are magically moved by the good witch Samantha. All films here take a similarly playful approach and are interpolated by hand-drawn animations from the Japanese artist Atsushi Kaga.

Atsushi Kaga | Hole 1 2007, 42ʺ, mother’s tankstation

David Shrigley | Ones 2009, 2ʹ24ʺ, Stephen Friedman Gallery

Brian Alfred | Under Thunder and Fluorescent Lights, 2014, 3ʹ, Ameringer/McEnery/Yohe

Atsushi Kaga | Hole 2

2007, 28ʺ, mother’s tankstation

Hiraki Sawa | Hako 2006, 4ʹ, James Cohan Gallery

Takeshi Murata | OM Rider 2013, 11ʹ39ʺ, Salon 94, Ratio 3

Atsushi Kaga | Hole 3 2007, 28ʺ, mother’s tankstation

Robin Rhode | Paper Planes 2009, 2ʹ40ʺ, Lehman Maupin

Theo Michael | The Splendour of the Heavens 2008, 10ʹ, Galería OMR

David Shrigley | The Artist 2012, 2ʹ24ʺ, Stephen Friedman Gallery

Hiraki Sawa | Migration 2003, 6ʹ, James Cohan Gallery

Mark Wallinger | The Magic of Things 2010, 10ʹ32ʺ, Galerie Krinzinger

Atsushi Kaga | Hole 4 2007, 31ʺ, mother’s tankstation

Cécile B. Evans | The Brightness 2014, 4ʹ48ʺ

Brent Green | To Many Men Strange Fates Are Given 2011 – 2012, 10ʹ15ʺ, Andrew Edlin Gallery

Atsushi Kaga | Hole 5 2007, 41ʺ, mother’s tankstation