This week we launch a long series of interviews with international video artists, that will go under the title: "The artist behind the video".
All the questioned artists answer to the same eight question, so we can draw a wide overview over some defined themes. The interviews will be published weekly, and the order is simply that of reception.
We hope this will offer new sparks of reflections for all videoart lovers...
The interview of this week is with:
read the Interview
(posted on 2015-05-23)
We are organizing the VIIIth edition of roBOt, an international festival of electronic music and digital arts.
Through several workshops and meetings with artists, professionals and media amateurs, the Festival intends to study, analyse and try to understand the current state of digital arts.
roBOt is promoting call4roBOt, the entry form through which we look for performances, installations, videos and animations, photography and design projects consistent with the festival’s themes.
We would truly appreciate it if you could help us by advertising the news through your newsletter and/or mailing list.
Submission for participating to the Festival will be validated after the successful compilation of the form to be found on the website by and not after the 14 June 2015.
(posted on 2015-05-23)
HÄXÄN Festival will be exploring psychics, mysticism, and occult practices as an avenue into interpreting reality. Our festival celebrates witchcraft and the Personal Occult in its infinite forms. We are looking for short videos that explore ritual, subversions of gender roles, and connections to the earth and nature. Possible themes include magic, sorcery, psychic phenomena, cults, covens, spells, animism, curses, the power of crystals, herbs, tarot, and astrology. Deadline May 15 2015. Festival takes place in Oakland August 28-29.
Deadline: May 31 2015
Exhibition date: August 28 2015 - August 29 2015, Oakland, CA, USA
A new great new initiative by Magmart!
In view of a forthcoming international project focused on building a network of curators, we have launched an international campaign for the creation of a database on video artists.
This will be a useful tool for all curators that work with videoart. More, this database will be always open to your full worker management. At any time, you can access and modified the stored data, add new informations, or simply remove your presence. And, obviously, we'll never use your data for commercial purpose and don't transfer them to third part, neither for money nor for free.
Take part you too, linked to videoart database, check if your email address is already present, and enter your details. Otherwise, register and input your data!
The 100x100=900 catalogue (214 pages, A4) finally available!
100 artists, 57 partners, 40 curators from around the world, for the project which celebrated 50 years of video art.
Order now your copy of printed catalogue!
(posted on 2015-05-23)
WNDX seeks new Canadian and international films and videos for our next edition, to be held Sept 23 to 27, 2015. WNDX pays special attention to the most innovative and ground-breaking works created by moving image artists. In the past, WNDX has featured spotlights on Guy Maddin, Joyce Wieland, George Kuchar, Steve Reinke, Barbara Sternberg, Phil Hoffman, John Price and Michael Snow, a well as the work of the Loop Collective. We do not program conventional feature narrative films, conventional documentaries, or any type of commercial cinema. Our focus is on the experimental, the unconventional, and the otherwise unique. If you are considering submitting, please see our archives section, which provides an overview of how we program the Festival.
Deadline: June 1 2015
Exhibition date: September 23 2015 - September 27 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
(posted on 2015-05-23)
MEM Internacional Experimental Arts Festival is now open to proposals for his 14th edition that will take place in Bilbao and Vitoria-Gasteiz in November 2015.
We are open to all kinds of artistic proposals including performance, installation, photography, music, dance, video, everything…
We have two categories A/ Budget less than 300 € B/ Budget less than 1,000 € (Budget includes VAT, transport, lodging, etc.)
If you are interested in being part of MEM 2015 please send your proposal, including, rider, needs, budget, pictures, videos, sounds, explanations, designs… (rider and budget necessary) by postal mail to:
MEM-RMO Calle Cortes 29-31. 6º E 48003 Bilbao (Spain) or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(posted on 2015-05-22)
Fellow experimental filmmakers and video artists, the 6th KLEX 2015 is happening! This year, our theme is “PULSE”. Use it as a hint or a source of inspiration and imagination. We’re awaiting your new work! ACTION!
KLEX 2015: “PULSE”
The 6th Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film, Video & Music Festival (KLEX)
"Living’ is a kind of vibration and movement. The heartbeat of a new born baby, glowing neon lights pulsating in the city, ocean waves dancing with its unique rhythm… The very fact of our existence, being alive, is manifested through the pulse. These humble and basic vibrating beats bring out the hybrid forms of realities and wonders."
Festival Dates: mid November 2015
Call Release Date: 1 April 2015
Submission Deadline: 1 June 2015
KLEX: KL Experimental Film and Video Festival 吉隆坡实验电影节 is an independent, artist-run grassroots international festival of experimental cinema founded in Malaysia in 2010 by a cross-disciplinary group of artists from various backgrounds. With an independent spirit and enthusiasm, KLEX aims to serve as a platform to introduce contemporary experimental cinema from the region and worldwide to the Malaysian audience and to cultivate understanding, learning, friendship and exchange among local, regional and international experimental cinema communities.
(posted on 2015-05-22)
25 FPS Festival is an international film festival screening films which innovatively explore the possibilities of cinematic language, narration and the medium itself, cross film types and genres and broaden the notion of film as art. It promotes expressive original concepts, progresses in terms of theme, idea and aesthetics, as well as works that perpetuate the tradition of artists', avant-garde and experimental film. Festival hands out three Grand Prix (ex aequo), Audience Award, Critics Award and an award in production services.
Deadline: May 31 2015
Exhibition date: September 24 2015 - September 27 2015
(posted on 2015-05-22)
ROCKAWAY is Wojciech Gilewicz's third exhibition at the Foksal Gallery, after solo shows in 2005 and 2009. Gilewicz's trademark performative paintings are (not always legal) interventions in public space. Now, rather than displaying these paintings after the fact, Gilewicz has moved into interrogating the meaning of these performative interventions through the medium of video. Gilewicz's video practice began around 2000, when he began using it to document his performative painting projects—today, though, he uses video to create autonomous, visual artistic narratives.
His new exhibition at Foksal consists of three videos, Rockaway, Cuboids and E22. Together, they form a triptych, made in and around New York between 2001 and 2015, paying homage to Gilewicz's creative origins as a painter as well as the complexity and value of (artistic) work. The three films ask questions about artistic fulfilment, production and over-production of art in a global economic slowdown and the roles of critics and art institutions—and ultimately, the limits of artistic activities themselves and the part they play in a wider social context.
ROCKAWAY is named for the peninsula that lies between the ocean and Jamaica Bay in the New York borough of Queens. It is also the name of a residential neighborhood there which began life as a beach resort for Manhattanites in the mid-1930s. Rockaway is ethnically and socially diverse, and bore the brunt of Hurricane Sandy, which hit the New York area in 2012, depriving many residents of everything they owned. It is also the home of Gilewicz's mother, who left her native Poland for America more than 30 years ago to start a new life there. Her house, where Gilewicz also has his studio, was partially destroyed during the hurricane, and the artist documents the cleanup with his camera.
Through the story of his mother and the natural disaster which has redefined her life, Gilewicz examines immigrant life in the United States and disenchantment with the American Dream. He also silently observes the living conditions of artists in New York—a city with the world's most powerful galleries and art institutions and where more artists live than anywhere else on the planet. He draws attention to contemporary artistic production and distribution, the actors engaged in it and the contexts in which it functions—contexts without which it can, in truth, rarely function at all.
The New York-based nonprofit Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space will present Wojciech Gilewicz's solo exhibition in a slightly altered form later this year (24 October–29 November), with the primary emphasis on Cuboids, a video about his peformative painting and the three eponymous spatial, painted objects.
Both exhibitions will be accompanied by a catalogue with new critical pieces by independent film critic Ela Bittencourt (based in New York and São Paulo), Sara Reisman from The Shelly and Donald Rubin Foundation (New York) and Todd Shalom of Elastic City (New York).
Wojciech Gilewicz (b. 1974) is a painter, photographer, installation and performance artist and video-maker. His recent solo shows include the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei (2013), the Zacheta National Gallery Project Space in Warsaw (2013), the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow (2012) and the Flux Factory in New York (2012). His latest group exhibitions include the Infecting the City festival organized by the Africa:Centre in Cape Town (2015), The Boiler / Momenta Art in New York (2014), the Queens Museum of Art in New York (2013), the Beit Ha'ir Museum of Urban Culture in Tel Aviv (2013), the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum (2012) and NURTUREart in New York (2012). In May 2015 Gilewicz is participating in the IDEAS CITY festival organized every two years by the New Museum in New York, under the title The Invisible City. He will also participate as part of a group show in Test Exposure, the 2015 edition of the WRO Art Centre's Media Arts Biennial at the National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland. In June he will take part in the third Japanese edition of the Centre Pompidou in Paris avant-garde Art & Image Festival HORS PISTES Tokyo.
Galeria Foksal (Foksal Gallery) ul. Foksal 1/4 00-950 Warsaw Poland
(posted on 2015-05-22)
Friday, May 29th, 2015, 24:00 | midnight
BABYLON, Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, big cinema hall
Accompanying the show "Re-discovery: Peter Rose, Erik Bünger and Katarina Zdjelar“ curated by Inke Arns at AUTOCENTER (http://www.autocenter-rediscovery.de/peter-rose-eric-buenger-and-katarina-zdjelar/) we are very happy to welcome Erik Bünger with his live lecture performance The Girl Who Never Was.
In 2008 an American researcher rediscovers the lost traces of the first recorded voice ever: the 148-old voice of a little girl singing the French lullaby ‘Au Clair de la Lune’. One year later another researcher experiments with the playback speed and manages to prove that what the fragment actually contains, is the voice of a full-grown man. This exact same lullaby is the song sung by the artificial intelligence HAL in the French version of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001 A Space Odyssey’. As HAL dies his voice performs precisely the same glissando as the voice of the non-existent girl: a high-strung, insistent voice is gradually slowed down into a deep, sleepy and harmless one. The Girl Who Never Was takes us on a winding trip through history. A history where a voice echoes forwards and backwards through time, retroactively changing history and changing the present from the vantage point of the past. The more we try to shut her voice out, the more persistent her song becomes.
The Girl Who Never Was is the third and final part in a trilogy began with A Lecture on Schizophonia and continued in The Third Man. The project is a coproduction with the Impakt Foundation, Utrecht in the framework of Impakt Works 2013 and has been made possible with the support of the City of Utrecht; the Mondrian Foundation.
(posted on 2015-05-21)
June 6 - June 27, 2015
Opening Reception: June 6th, 6-8pm
Roberts & Tilton is pleased to announce an exhibition by renowned American artist Gary Hill. Presented for the first time in the United States, Observaciones Sobre los Colores (1998) was filmed and produced in Caracas, Venezuela and subsequently smuggled out the same year.
Observaciones Sobre los Colores consists of a single video projection in which a boy reads a Spanish translation of Wittgenstein’s Remarks on Colour, Part 1 (1951), consisting of 88 segments, in real time over a period of 78 minutes. Hill provided a modified version of the book with all proper names, philosophical terms and scientific language replaced with phonetically spelled versions.
A reaction to Goethe’s Theory of Colours (1810), Wittgenstein’s Remarks on Colour remains famously impenetrable on account of its complex fragmentation; despite great effort, the boy’s reading is laboriously staggered and uncomprehending. Unable to comfortably understand the auditory content, one’s attention shifts to the visual: a young boy with black hair clothed in a yellow shirt reading from a white book, superimposed against archival footage produced by the non-governmental association Active Citizenship documenting the 2002 Venezuelan protests directly against the government of President Hugo Chavez.
The body, as is language, remains a central feature of Hill’s practice. Here, Hill deftly utilizes language as a system of bodily gestures. The viewer consciously ‘reads’ the imagery on screen as one might with written text: scanning left to right, up to down, with the hand moving to turn the page once the eyes fall still. Confronting this hyper-awareness of the body - the very physical nature of how we communicate - is seen how, from our position of view, the child does not look up from his reading. Stuttering, pauses, gaps – he is difficulty and effort embodied.
The child at the foreground, positioned against the more distant, moving protestors, becomes a tangible experience unfolding in real time and space. His out-of-sync utterance drives the rhythmic editing and progression of images. Further complicating this layering effect is the representation of specific intervals of time; the page number count, visible on the upper right screen, increases as the reading unfolds. Shaped by flexibility and interruption, under this perceptual simultaneity, time stretches: lurching forward and hanging back, while paradoxically standing still.
Reflecting on the language used in Hill’s video, it is important to view the usage of text as embodying human lack of comprehension; this substitution closely parallels the historicized interpretation of color as representing the transcendent or ‘beyond definition’ as posited by Goethe’s origin theory.
In Observaciones Sobre los Colores, Hill constructs a temporal, psychological, and cultural space negotiating the gaps between the visible world and our actual vision of it. In perceiving the world through visual, phonic, and etymological cues, it remains significant that is not what one sees or hears, but how one sees it and hears it.
The end result is a subjective experience of the relationship and confrontation between images and words mediated through language, as opposed to a meditated experience.
Gary Hill’s intermediary practice investigates the relationships between words and electronic images, exploring a wide array of issues ranging from the physicality of language, the space between ontological linguistics and viewer consciousness, and synesthesia.
Originally a sculptor, Hill began working in video in 1973 and has produced a wide array of video works, mixed-media installation and performances.
Exhibitions of his work have been presented at museums and institutions worldwide, including solo exhibitions at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Guggenheim Museum SoHo, New York; The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington; Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel; Museu d’Art Contemporani, Barcelona; and Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg; Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles; MIS - Museu da Imagem e do Som, São Paulo, Brazil; Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, among others. Commissioned projects include works for the Science Museum in London and the Seattle Central Public Library in Seattle, Washington, and an installation and performance work for the Coliseum and Temple of Venus and Rome in Italy. Hill has received multiple fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Rockefeller and Guggenheim Foundations, and has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors, most notably the Leone d’Oro Prize for Sculpture at the Venice Biennale (1995), a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship Award (1998), the Kurt-Schwitters-Preis (2000), and honorary degrees from The Academy of Fine Arts Poznan, Poland (2005) and Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle (2011). He was recently awarded the Genius Award in Film by The Stranger, Seattle 2011.
Recent projects include directing Beethoven’s opera Fidelio which premiered at the Lyon Opera House and Feedback Path, a monumental multi projection installation in the Grotte du Mas D’Azil, France.
Gary Hill lives and works in Seattle.
Roberts & Tilton 5801 Washington Boulevard Culver City Los Angeles, CA CA 90232
(posted on 2015-05-21)
The Atypical Trouble(d)
19th edition - March 2016 in Toulouse
To see is to recognize, and recognize is reassuring. The word 'like' as a comparison, stays active in the different arts' approaches and critics. Such an approach is continuing to believe in the transparency of the comprehension and in an unfolding artwork, or story.
Experimental art, as it is defined, run away from the obedience to the codes and formats. It refuses to follow the type, the model. However, it shakes the habits and excites the mind's potentialities and capacities to not restrict just to the invention, or just to the new for the new, which is just the inverted accomplice of the word 'like'. And it prefers the advention -invented word for a thing which appears, happens, new and not just found-
This words association disturbs the unicity of the reading. The atypical as a subject, troubles the one that founds it, the atypical as a noun is a trouble because it dismantles the wait.
The atypical is the link between something so close and something so far away, it is worrying just like what 'connects the things we know for a long time, and familiar since forever'
The fact that the experimental art likes strangeness, atypical and practical, there's always suspicions about its legitimacy. The other scares, the atypical troubles.
Traverse Vidéo programs experimental films, art video, installations, photography, and performance.
A registration form, specified for each medium, is printable on our website, it indicates general conditions to follow to participate to the selection.
We hope a lot of responses, and will receive your propositions until Thursday 15th of October 2015 included.
Traverse Vidéo - 17 avenue des Mazades - 31200 Toulouse - France
(posted on 2015-05-21)
20.05.2015 - 18.07.2015
In May 2015 the Center for Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv will present Oliver Laric’s first solo show in Israel.
Difference and repetition are common subjects for Laric, especially when looking at the productive potential inherent to reproduction, or the process of change from one thing to another. His work can broadly be read as exploring the multiplicities contained within a single entity, especially in a world of digital reproduction and dissemination.
Laric’s long interest in variation, in how an image, object, or idea is altered according to its user’s needs or context is presented through two videos and one sculptural project. The newest video has been on view at ar/ge kunst Galerie Museum, Bolzano and is included in the 2015 New Museum Triennial. It is a meditative study of metamorphoses comprised mostly of scenes of character transformation in animated videos that ultimately address the mutability of gender and identity and the ability to transcend oneself.
The second video on display is “Versions” (2012), one of an ongoing series that features sundry references to copies and various reproductions that consider change, repetition, replicas, and variation in an age of digital reproducibility. And finally, “Yuanmingyuan Columns (2014) is comprised of 3D scans of ancient Chinese columns that are available for download on Laric’s website so that anyone can view or use them.
Whether through morphing or copying, it is the distinctions and translations in the process of transforming from one thing to another that Laric uses to examine the formation of contemporary image culture. This process is intimately tied to his intuitive, idiosyncratic brand of scholarship that takes the form of appropriated objects and images, all of which are conceptually layered and often make use of technologically sophisticated methods of fabrication.
Accompanying the exhibition will be a catalogue with texts by acclaimed philosopher and feminist theorist, Rosi Braidotti, and the exhibition curator, Chen Tamir.
Oliver Laric Artist Talk: May 21, 7pm
In conjunction with his exhibition, Oliver Laric will discuss previous works and his sources of inspiration.
Moderated by Chen Tamir, the talk and following Q&A will be in English.
The Center for Contemporary Art at the Rachel & Israel Pollak Gallery 2a Tsadok Hacohen St. (Corner of Kalisher), Tel Aviv.
(posted on 2015-05-21)
A collaborative video-art work entitled Mary, produced by Paul Lorenz (musical score) and Glenn Hall (video director), has been accepted into the festival SELF in Venice, Italy at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and Venice Art House. The festival SELF runs May 9 through November 22, 2015, and features a rich program of different events. The May 9 opening coincides with the opening of the legendary Venice Art Biennale, the oldest and most prestigious art exhibition in the world.
Paul Lorenz, of STUDIOmars in Paducah’s LowerTown Arts District, is a professional artist who uses the visual to explore sound and music composition. Lorenz has carved an intriguing niche in the international art world-bridging the principals and immediacy of painting and drawing with the logic and detail of architecture. Glenn Hall, based in the Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky area, has more than thirty years’ experience as a professional photographer/filmmaker. Hall works with a diverse client base, from commercial advertising to editorial portraiture.
The birth of this collaborative narrative art video began when Lorenz composed and engineered a strong, hauntingly minor musical score while working on art in Mérida, the capital city of Yucatán, Mexico. After seeing his photographer friend Glenn Hall’s film in Paducah’s 48 Hour Film Festival, Lorenz knew he had found the perfect videographer to create the visual content for this score. “This is what is sounds like,” he told Hall. “What does it look like?”
Hall listened to the score for 6 months before creating the short film. Hall knew Lorenz, an abstract painter, would be hesitant about using reality as the visual content; however, his storytelling talent took hold when he met Mary Remy, a professional dancer who recently became a Paducah resident. “It was just a matter of location…and being in the right place at the right time,” recalls Hall. Filmed in Kentucky in a vacant home by the river, the collective end result is a provocative and simple 3:21 minutes video about a woman in crisis.
“The SELF festival extends all summer and autumn, but the segment our video is being shown in is called WHY SELF-Adventures of Social Identities, which runs May 9th through 30th,” notes Lorenz. “This will be the world premiere of Mary, which explores the struggles of solitude and change, the known and the unknown, the human relationship to place and the challenge of expectation and need.”
(posted on 2015-05-19)
Call for international project - Net Art
The call for proposals aims to bring together the works of 92 artists participating, with the subject of environmental pollution. Each video, which will last 2.35 min. will compose a final video (216.2 min.), which will be screened March 11, 2016, the anniversary of the ecological disaster in Fukushima, in museums, international festivals, specialized media, ... previously selected to sensitize the greatest number ecological disasters that have an adverse effect on the ecology, the planet and human health.
NOTE: This video could also be offered in the schools and universities, foundations, pro environmental associations, etc. through specific workshops. Project to develop.
All videos-have to be sent via We Tranfer (1280x720 pixels or 720 x 576)
Duration 2 minutes 35 Seconds
Curators of Video Selection Leticia Otero, Gabriel Otero, Anna Stereopoulou
(posted on 2015-05-19)
8º Festival Internacional de Videoarte
10-20 SEP 2015. Madrid (esp), Coimbra (por), Milán (ita) y Oaxaca (mex)
4 PAÍSES + 15 ESPACIOS + 30 ARTISTAS INTERNACIONALES + 3.000 m²
Director: Mario Gutiérrez Cru
Coordina: Clara Leitão
En esta convocatoria se presentaron 614 propuestas de videoarte (monocanal, multicanal, videodanza, videoperformance, videoinstalaciones, videointeracción, videomapping... ) y se han seleccionado 27 proyectos. Mantiene la apuesta de ser un festival multi-sede e internacional.
Tras meses de visionado el jurado de PROYECTOR compuesto por Sergio Gomes, Mario Gutiérrez Cru, María Jáñez Álvarez y Clara Leitão han seleccionado de las 614 piezas presentadas de 19 países:
Vanane Borian (arm), Azul y Lindy Márquez (col), Jorge Pellicer y Johnatan Molina (mex), Alberto Díaz (esp), Tara Mahapatra (ale), Christoph Oertli (sui), Gustavo Gutiérrez (col), Juan Caunedo Domínguez (esp), Javiera Tejerina-Risso (fra-chi), Gabriele Stellbaum (ale), Eduardo Restrepo Castaño (col), Joshua Chacón Vega (mex), Paula Bruna (esp), Marte Kiessling (ale), Roman Gomes (arg), Johanna Reich (ale), Dominik Ritszel (pol), Melancholy Maaret (fin-fra-eeuu), Daniel Djamo (rum), Miguel Andrés (esp), Jorge Catoni (chi), doriandgrey (esp), Shahar Tuchner (isr), Richard Bailey (eeuu), Marina Camargo (bra), Natalia Valencia Delgado (col), Rosie Morris and Sam Grant (ing).
Además contaremos con el Artista Seminal Hans Breder (ale, 1935), ofrecido por la galería THEREDOOM, para su [solo project]. Y con la residencia en colaboración con Intercambiador ACART de Maia Navas
Contamos con nuevas sedes: el Cinema Usera y un nuevo espacio coordinado por Daniel Silvo en Arturo Soria.
Muchas gracias a todos los que se han presentado a la convocatoria y sobretodo a todos los creadores y amantes del videoarte.
Cinema Usera, Primitiva Gañán, Madrid
El Patio de Martín de los Heros, Martín de los Heros, 15. Madrid
Espacio Labruc, La Palma, 18. Madrid
Espacio Naranjo, Naranjo, 33. Madrid
Espacio Oculto Madrid, Nicolás Usera, 27. Madrid
Espacio, Arturo Soria, Madrid
Intermediæ (Matadero), Paseo de la Chopera, 14, Madrid
La Noche Boca Arriba, Salitre, 30, Madrid
Quinta de Sordo, Rosario, 17, Madrid
Swinton Gallery, Miguel Servet, 21
Theredoom, Doctor Fourquet, 1-3, Madrid
Theredoom (solo project), Luisa Fernanda, 19, Madrid
Galeria Santa Clara, António Augusto Gonçalves 67, Coímbra, Portugal
[Box.] Videoart Project Space. Via F. Confalonieri, 11. Milán, Italia
Museo Belber Jiménez, Matamoros esquina Tinoco y Palacios. Oaxaca, México
> COLOGNE OFF (ale)
> OJO DE PERRO (mex)
> FONLAD (Festival Online de Artes Digitales) (por)
> FUSO (por)
> OODAAQ (fra)
> VIDEO BABEL (per)
> VISUAL CONTAINER (ita)
PRECIO LIBRE, las personas eligirán cuál es el precio que quieren pagar para ver el festival o las piezas expuestas. Todo el dinero recibido servirá para pagar en primer lugar, los gastos de impresiones, compras, transportes y viajes de los artistas participantes. Después, si fuera posible, para los cachés de los artistas. Por último, para las labores de los coordinadores.
FONLAD, INTERCAMBIADOR ACART, ABIERTO DE ACCIÓN, ARTJAÉN
KREÆ, Instituto de Creación Contemporánea, ESPACIO MENOSUNO, IN-SONORA, IEC, INSTITUTO EUROPEO DE COACHING
CATERING Y BEBIDASBANZAI, LA NOCHE BOCA ARRIBA
LA LATA MUDA, FLUIDO ROSA, XTRART, SUBURBANA MADRID
*El proyecto no ha recibido ningún ayuda económica, todo se está realizando gracias a los artistas que han cedido los derechos de reproducción de sus obras, las empresas o asociaciones que están apoyando con sus materiales y a la inestimable coordinación de KREÆ, Instituto de Creación Contemporánea.
Queremos agradecer especialmente la ayuda de Pepa de la Roca, abuela del director, que desde 2014 se convirtió en mecenas del proyecto.
Cualquier persona, entidad que quiera colaborar con el proyecto por favor póngase en contacto con nosotros. También puede hacer un ingreso en:
KREAE, Instituto Creación Contemporánea.
ES59 1491 0001 2620 4652 0124.
(posted on 2015-05-18)
Thursday, May 21, 2015 7:30pm
Len Lye (1901-1980), born in New Zealand and lived in New York City since the 1950s, was an experimental filmmaker, photographer, poet, painter and pioneer of direct animation. The film program “Rainbow Dance” presents a selection of Lye’s short films from the 1920s through the 1970s curated by Paul Brobbel, curator at the Govett Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth (New Zealand) and Martha Kirszenbaum, director and curator of Fahrenheit.
10 min, 35 mm – 16 frames/sec transferred to digital video, b&w, silent
A Colour Box (1935)
4 min, 35mm transferred to digital video, Dufaycolour, sound
4 min, 16mm transferred to digital video, color, sound
Rainbow Dance (1936)
5 min, 35mm transferred to digital video, Gasparcolour, sound
Trade Tattoo (1937)
5 min, 35mm transferred to digital video, Technicolor, sound
N. or N.W. (1937)
7 min, 35mm transferred to digital video, b&w, sound
Swinging the Lambeth Walk (1939)
4 min, 35mm transferred to digital video, Dufaycolour, sound
Color Cry (1952-3)
3 min, 16mm transferred to digital video, Kodachrome, sound
1 min, 16mm transferred to digital video, b&w, sound
Particles in Space (1957)
4 min, 16 mm transferred to digital video, b&w, sound
Free Radicals (1979)
4 min, 16mm transferred to digital video, b&w, sound
Fahrenheit, 2245 E Washington Blvd | Los Angeles, CA 90021
(posted on 2015-05-18)
FEST Pitching Forum is a platform for upcoming filmmakers to present their projects to top industry producers, financiers, fund managers and investors who are looking to finance, produce or develop new projects.
Here you have the unique opportunity to pitch your project to top industry producers and financiers, who are looking to invest, produce or finance new projects.
In a 5 minute pitch, you will be asked to unwrap your project, in whatever way seems more appropriate.
The feedback from some of the most experienced people in the film industry is invaluable.
This will be given to you immediately after your pitch, and privately at the end of the session. This will be constructive feedback that will help you to significantly improve your project, and will stay with you for the coming years.
Inside FEST Pitching forum there will be a section for training, the forum itself, and the Industry Meetings.
HE FEST - PITCHING FORUM EVENT
There will be 4 independent and thematic pitching sessions covering the following types of projects:
- Feature Film;
- Short Film;
- TV Series.
There are limited places, therefore there will be a pre-selection. Only 7 projects projects will be selected for each session – Feature Film; Short Film; Documentary and TV Series – in a total of 28 projects.
The event quicks-off with a 3-day training-program. During training, the 28 selected Scriptwriters, Writer-directors and producers will participate in a managed by 4 Experts.
On the following days, participants will pitch their film projects in front of a panel of 44 Experts divided into 4 sessions: Feature Film; Short Film; Documentary and TV Series.
At the end of each pitch, there will be 10 minutes for feedback and discussion from the experts. At the end of FEST - Pitching Forum, each participant will partake in an exclusive meeting with all the experts, for more private feedback and counseling about their project.
FEST PITCHING FORUM AWARDS
Each of the 4 sessions will have immediate awards at FEST Pitching Forum. The most valued projects will have the opportunity to be tutored and helped develop by one of the experts, who will surely help the project get to a new level, otherwise hard to achieve.
The list of awards is the following:
- 1st Place – 3 months tutoring, and project development by Camille McCurry (United Agents).
- 2nd Place – A weekend training for a FEST FILM LAB Workshop of their choosing.
There is far much more to be gained apart from the immediate awards at FEST – Pitching Forum.
Firstly, each of the board of experts can select projects that they would like to develop/tutor/finance/produce.
If your project doesn’t win any of the immediate awards, or isn’t selected individually by any of the experts present to be developed/tutored/financed/produced, there is still something extremely valuable you will take home: The feedback from some of the most experienced people in the film industry.
This will be given to you immediately after your pitch, and privately at the end of the session. This will be constructive feedback that will help you to significantly improve your project, and will stay with you for the coming years.
Submissions are open since March 6th and will close on May 20th.
This is the Extended Deadline period, so no projects will be accepted after May 20th.
The Extended Deadline fee is 60 Euro.
Out of all the submitted projects, 28 will be chosen to be part of FEST Pitching Forum, and will feature in the event’s Book of Projects.
(posted on 2015-05-17)
LOOP Fair | 4 – 6 June
LOOP Festival | 28 May – 6 June
LOOP Studies | 4 – 6 June
From 28 May to 6 June will be celebrated the thirteenth edition of LOOP Barcelona, the meeting point and highlight in the international art agenda for new trends in video art and moving image practices.
What about collecting video art? and Beyond the Image: Sound will be the two guiding themes chosen this year to define the programme and open a space for reflection and debate.
With its three sections, LOOP Barcelona will introduce video proposals throughout the city, converting itself in the driving force of the video art market and the main promoter of developments in the community working with this medium:
LOOP Festival will take place from 28 May to 6 June, presenting hundreds of works by video artists of various nationalities, spread out in more than 100 spaces all over the city: from museums, art centers, galleries to bookstores, shops and libraries.
LOOP Fair will take place from 4 to 6 June, bringing together over 40 galleries in the rooms of the Catalonia Ramblas Hotel to present more than 40 video creations, in solo shows, many of which will be world premieres.
Running in parallel to the fair, LOOP Studies will take place from 4 to 6 June concentrating an intensive programme around the themes of this edition, What about collecting video art? and Beyond the Image: Sound which will include panel discussions, round tables and case studies with some of the most prominent professionals of the sector.
(posted on 2015-05-17)
Fifth edition 2015, NYC – Berlin
Under the Subway Video Art Night is an event focused exclusively to video art with the projections on the walls of the streets or in art spaces in New York City and this edition in Berlin the same day also. In the last four editions were showed the works of over 200 artist from all over the world.
"I’m Antonio Ortuño. I’m the organizer and the curator of UNDER THE SUBWAY VIDEO ART NIGHT. I’m very excited to announce the Open Call for Video Art in their fifth edition, 2015. This fifth edition Under the Subway goes global and will be presenting the video art night in NYC in The ANNEX Art Social Space (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) and in Berlin in collaboration with Pop Up Kino 5 in the Project Space Kleiner Salon the same day, June 20."
Saturday: June 20. 2015. NYC & Berlin.
Deadline apply: June 1st. 2015.
Organized and curated by Antonio Ortuño.
Terms and conditions:
- All artists can participate without consideration of nationality or age.
- Works can be individual or groups projects .
- Works must be dated after 2011.
- Only one piece per artist or collective.
- Pieces that include dialogue, text or voice should be translated to English.
- Videos can’t be longer than 5 min.
- The video have to be uploaded in Youtube.
- All participating artists will be notified via email.
- Deadline: Monday June 1st.
Documentation to contribute (Word by email):
- Year and place of production.
- Link of the video in Youtube.
- Brief Synopsis.
- Artist Resume.
- A still frame of the video (jpg).
- Production Format.
- Sound: hi-fi, stereo, mono, no sound.
The ANNEX Art Social Space
248 Roebling St. Brooklyn. NY 11211
Project Space Kleiner Salon
Manteuffelstraße 42, 10997 Berlin, Germany
(posted on 2015-05-16)
A new generation of Indigenous video artists is breaking away from painting, which has dominated Indigenous contemporary art for the last 30 years. The artists are now using the screen in a powerful new way to connect with contemporary Indigenous issues confronting urban communities in Australia today.
BLAKOUT is a new exhibition opening today at the University of Sydney's SCA Galleries, featuring video art by five highly-acclaimed Indigenous artists: Vernon Ah Kee, Richard Bell, Megan Cope, Julie Gough, and R E A. On show are thirteen videos made over the last decade, which explore the diverse and complex experiences of engaging with white Australian history and culture as an Aboriginal.
Nicholas Tsoutas, BLAKOUT curator and Zelda Stedman Lecturer in Visual Arts at Sydney College of the Arts, said: "Their use of video is confronting, politically charged and socially engaged.
"Video has become an active, political channel for artists to not only challenge the post-colonial social narratives and histories of Australia, but confront the endemic racial and discriminatory attitudes that still exist in institutions and social structures.
"In their own unique way, these artists are activists who are rewriting their cultural histories, but do so unfettered and free from the constraints of society. The BLAKOUT artists speak out loudly, without fear, and knowing that what they say and show in their art is about the need for social change and transformation."
The subjects and stories of the videos range from historical and modern day events of white settlement, white popular culture and the tragic stories of Indigenous individuals - to intimate tales and triumphs as well as new perspectives of Aboriginal people, who are just not seen as equals, but as leaders in society.
"By using video, which has the power of mass circulation and wider audience reach, the artists are able to develop a greater framework for dialogue between those that possess power and those who have been excluded from it," said SCA's Nicholas Tsoutas.
"BLAKOUT is about reclaiming identity, empowerment and self-determination for Aboriginal communities, both urban and traditional. It will emphasise different ideas and attitudes on the role and function of film as a way of critically and politically interrogating social power structures of Australian society," he said.
Join the University of Sydney and the local community for a week-long celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture during National Reconciliation Week from 27 May to 3 June.
15 May-6 June 2015
Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney, Kirkbride Way, Callan Park, Lilyfield
(posted on 2015-05-16)
May 22 2015, h 06.30 pm until 11.00 pm
Loukia Alavanou, Alice Angeletti, Julia Charlotte Richter, Laure Cottin Stefanelli, Clarisse Hahn, Lucie Mercadal, Matko Schiefelbein, Corinna Schnitt, Emmanuel Van der Auwera, Elizabeth Wurst
71-73, rue del Rotondes, Dijon
(posted on 2015-05-16)
The new e-motion
From June 16th to August 16th
FILE 2015 – Electronic Language International Festival takes place this year from June 16th to August 16th at Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso. In its 16th edition, the festival occupies the Art Gallery of SESI-SP, the Digital Art Gallery (the facade of the FIESP building) with the FILE LED SHOW, and the Mezzanine Floor, where a series of workshops takes place. The festival exhibits the interactive installation “Solar Pink”, by the North American group Assocreation, in the sidewalks of Avenida Paulista, and the installation “Arart” in the subway stations Trianon-Masp and Consolação. Created by Japanese artists Takeshi Mukai, Kei Shiratori and Younghyo Bak, this work creates dynamics in iconic art history paintings using an app for mobile devices.
The FILE 2015 exhibition, that takes place at the Art Gallery of SESI-SP, gathers artistic proposals in several forms such as interactive installations, games for multiple platforms, animations, video art, GIFs, WebGLs, web art and electronic sounds.
The festival also exhibits a projection subtitled in Portuguese of the award-winning movie “Shirley – Visions of Reality”, directed by Austrian filmmaker Gustav Deutsch, a contemporary cult cinema icon. Never shown before in Brazil, the film is based on 13 paintings by American painter Edward Hopper.
The participation in all activities of FILE 2015 is free
Gustav Deutsch – Shirley – Visions of Reality – Austria
Launch and single presentation on June 16th, 2015, 8 PM, at SESI-SP Theater.
13 of Edward Hopper’s paintings are brought alive by the film, telling the story of a woman, whose thoughts, emotions and contemplations let us observe an era in American history.
Distribution: EASTWEST FILMDISTRIBUTION GMBH
Alexandra Dementieva – Breathless – Belgium
In this installation, the ribs surrounding the viewer react to the data, lighting up as results render matches with the alternating words related to the concept of fear and desire found in the RSS and web feed. When he blows on the sensor, the pattern of illumination changes, and the words on display begin to fade. The simple act of breathing becomes visible and important as a symbolic resistance to the power of the mass media.
anno lab: Sadam Fujioka, Takeshi Usami, Nariaki Iwatani & Masahiro Ihara – A Tail of Spacetime – Japan
In this installation you can interact with your past self by touching a monument in the center of the room, which represents a tail of space-time. If you want to shake hands with your past self, you have to imagine that your future self wants to shake hands with you.
Assocreation – Solar Pink Pong – United States & Austria
“Solar Pink Pong” is a hybrid of street and video game. Players of this game can interact with an animated pink sunlight reflection on the street using their bodies and shadows.
Bego M. Santiago – Little Boxes – Spain
“Little Boxes” shows tiny people projected onto wooden boxes. Towards the giant spectator the mini crowds could hang out when no one’s around, move into a “fear area” when someone comes close, start to run, hide from a new “attack”, and escape in groups.
Christin Marczinzik & Thi Binh Minh Nguyen – Swing – Germany
“Swing” makes a dream of flying come true. While swinging you leave the drab monotony of everyday life behind, find a place to ease your mind and regain your strength. The use of a 3D oculus enhances this experience with virtual reality, creating a unique immersive adventure and sending you to a crafted watercolor world.
Donald Abad – Fated Ascent – France
By looking at a pile of rocks through a tablet or a smartphone, visitors can reveal the presence of one of them, virtually linked to the rocks. Mixing land-art, performance, and psycho-geography, Donald Abad’s installation reveals the memory of what is inanimate.
Håkan Lidbo & Magnus Frenning – Big Beat – Sweden
“Big Beat” is an interactive, choreographic, social giant drum machine, that is also a game. Stretch out in unknown bodily positions to reach the buttons and create rhythms. Make new friends to create even funkier beats together.
Índice: Jonattas Poltronieri, Luis Mello, Pedro Venetucci & Rofli Sanches – Phantom Limb – Brazil
“Phantom Limb” provides an interaction similar to one of the main treatments to phantom limb, a phenomenon that afflicts people who have suffered amputation of limbs or organs. Just like the original mirrored box, the installation is a rectangular unit where the user inserts his arm and is urged to move it in different ways.
Kenny Wong & Chloe Cheuk – Iris – Hong Kong
“Iris” is a pair of hands that communicates with participants by hand gestures solely. Through interacting with the work, the audience will then discover and create the language to “talk” with her, which leads to the investigation of human’s behavioral codes by manifesting hand gestures.
Lea van Steen & Raquel Kogan – Futuro do Pretérito – Brazil
“Futuro do Pretérito” transports us to the universe of the visitor through customized glasses. We see what he has seen and the time he used them. At the same time, a sound intervention and a device that makes him see what’s behind him act over the visitor.
Minha Yang – Meditation – South Korea
Numerous symbols are expressed in irregular patterns of sound through the three audio-visual installations. The sound is transformed, resulting in the image of waves sinking inside. Through these processes, this installation can be the right tool for meditation.
Nika Oblak & Primoz Novak – Border Mover – Slovenia
“Border Mover” is a pneumatic mechanism that enables a 2D video image to be transferred to a 3D space. The installation explores physical and psychological borders, and deals with the contemporary individual being, who is trapped in overwhelming technology and the routine of their everyday existence, which resembles the monotony of operating machines.
Oli Sorenson – Video Pistoletto – United States/Canada
Large scale LCD video screens are pierced, producing cracks on the glass surfaces. The liquid crystals splash within the fragments and give the impression of organic forms trapped under light boxes. This work confronts us with a paradoxal twist: an absurd action forged in the same relentless flight of obsolescence and waste as our current consumerist media feeding frenzy.
Ozge Samanci, Blacki Li Rudi Migliozzi & Daniel Sabio – Plink Blink – United States
“Plink Blink” allows three participants to make collaborative music by blinking their eyes. In contrast to its quiet nature, blinking is rhythmic and a resourceful input for sound generation.
POLYMORF: Marcel Van Brakel & Frederik Duerinck – Hardwired – Netherlands
“Hardwired” consists of around 18,000 LED-lights that symbolize the transfer of knowledge. Individual luminous pixels connect and then disappear. In a process of constant transformation, new patterns, interrelations and complexities emerge.
Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti – PAREDE | WALL – Brazil
“PAREDE” is a kinetic and interactive structure made from 45 mirror finished aluminium sheets which, in a chain reaction, rotate 180°. The chain reaction happens according to the visitors’ actions. Just like domino, when someone passes by one of the installation’s extremities, they trigger an action mechanism; the sheets turn, one by one, until they rotate.
Rejane Cantoni & Leonardo Crescenti – TRAÇA | BOOKWORM – Brazil
“BOOKWORM” is a reading-talking machine, an automaton book designed to perceive the environment and express what it sees via fragments of literature.
Ronald van der Meijs – A Time Capsule of Life – Netherlands
“A Time Capsule of Life” is an interactive sculpture created from plastic bags, which form a transparent structure of cells and conduits. Connected to air tubes, the bags are pumped up depending on the movement of the audience, which becomes part of the system. Without the presence of an active spectator the sculpture falls back slowly. Supported by Mondriaan Fund.
Zoro Feigl – Detour. A long and winding road to nowhere in particular – Netherlands
A machine that constantly combs a green tape over the floor and so creates constantly changing patterns while the green material is moving the machine in return. A constant dance between machine and material emerges. Supported by Mondriaan Fund. Collectie Voorlinden, Wassenaar.
Zoro Feigl – Poppy – Netherlands
As a giant poppy flower, this piece of tarpaulin unfolds itself above the viewer to show an elegant dance of waves and curls while within this dance a violent battle emerges between gravity, friction and centrifugal forces. Supported by Mondriaan Fund.
FILE LED SHOW
Paloma Oliveira & Mateus Knelsen – Monomito – Brazil
“Monomito” is a multimedia performance in which the performer crosses the public space wearing an apparatus that recognizes visual patterns of human faces, “kidnapping” them and projecting them in the mask of the performer, as well as other places in the space he crosses.
Vitor Freire – IJO – Brazil
“IJO” was born with the objective of reframing the place of dance and a re-appropriation of the public spaces. By positioning themselves in front of the work, the participants have a visual representation of their bodies exhibited in real time on the Fiesp building. Dance to tell who you are.
Takeshi Mukai, Kei Shiratori & Younghyo Bak – ARART – Japan
“ARART” is an application that breathes life into objects. It links reality with the expressions delivered through mobile devices adding new stories and values to the real environment.
This year, FILE Anima+ presents 107 short films from innovative and experimental artists who work with different techniques and approach various subjects.
For the first time, FILE Anima+ offers an award: the FILE Anima+ Award. With over a hundred works submitted in different techniques, 6 animations were chosen to be awarded with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd places; and three honorable mentions.
As a highlight, the festival also presents a new exhibit proposal called “Cutting Edge Animation”, with 23 animations from 13 artists that are part of the collective Aboveground Animation, an itinerant showcase of animations, videos and musical performances, and of artists from all over the world.
Besides this proposal, FILE Anima+ exhibits the awarded animations by the most important animation festivals of the world through partnerships established since 2011 with Japan Media Arts Festival, Be There! Corfu Animation Festival, SICAF, SIGGRAPH, and ANIMA – Córdoba International Animation Festival.
FILE ANIMA+ AWARD | Finalists
1 Adrian Regnie – I. – Mexico
2 Agrawal Shri Hanuman – Chalisa 3d – India
3 Alan Becker – Animator vs. Animation IV – United States
4 Bartok – Luz, Sombra e Medo – Brazil
5 Douglas Alves Ferreira – O menino que sabia voar – Brazil
6 Etter Studio: Michael Frei & Mario von Rickenbach – Plug & Play – Switzerland
7 Javier Longobardo – Believe the Lie – Spain
8 Johan Rijpma – Descent – Netherlands
9 Johan Rijpma – Division – Netherlands
10 Marcelo Castro – DALIVINCASSO – Brazil
11 Martin Smatana – Rosso Papavero – Slovakia
12 Mauro Carraro – Aubade – Switzerland
15 Pedro Harres – Castillo y el Armado – Brazil
14 Província Studio: Iuri Araújo & Guilherme Araújo – Batalha das Máscaras – Brazil
15 Tiny Inventions: Ru Kuwahata & Max Porter – Between Times – United States
16 ノガミカツキ – After Remnant – Japan
CUTTING EDGE ANIMATION
1 Barry Doupe – Thalé – United States
2 Cody Critcheloe – Woman – United States
3 Emanuele Kabu – It’s called “Moon” – Italy
4 Erin Dunn – Red Monkey – United States
5 Hugo Arcier – Fiction 1 – France
6 Hugo Arcier – L’affaiblissement Progressif des Ressources – France
7 Hugo Arcier – Nostalgia for Nature – France
8 Hugo Arcier – Surface Mouvement Surface Lumiere – France
9 Hugo Arcier & Mathilde Marc – Camgirl Odalisque – France
10 Kathleen Daniel – Lovin – United States
11 Katie Torn – Breathe Deep – United States
12 Katie Torn – Dream House – United States
13 Katie Torn – Geo Crash – United States
14 Katie Torn – The Calm Before the Storm – United States
15 Lale Westvind – Flesh Gun – United States
16 Lauren Gregory – Triptych – United States
17 Martha Colburn – Film for the author Diana Wagman and Electric Literature – United States
18 Martha Colburn – Film for the novel ‘Human Events’ – United States
19 Martha Colburn – Here comes another lesson – United States
20 Martha Colburn Wrong Time Capsule United States
21 Matthew Newman-Long – Eyes on You Baby! – United States
22 Ryan Whittier Hale – Cluster – United States
23 Shelley Dodson – Fissure Ritual – United States
1 Adrian Regnie – U. – Mexico
2 Bittler: Bittler Serge Bernard & Bittler Théo – The Other World – France
3 Carolina lolas – Parasitaje a Théngu – Chile
4 Cody Critcheloe – Woman – United States
5 Danny Madden – All Your Favorite Shows! – United States
6 Danny Madden – Confusion Through Sand – United States
7 Darren Pearson – Lightspeed – United States
8 David Mussel – Estrela – Brazil
9 David Schaffer – Trees – France
10 Dmitry Zakharov – Inside Me – Germany
11 EID/COBURN: Celia Eid & Robert Coburn – Interstitial Traces – France
12 Emanuele Kabu – It’s called “Moon” – Italy
13 Erin Dunn – Red Monkey – United States
14 Evan Mann – Pure Concentricity – United States
15 Fernanda Frick – When I’m Scared – Chile
16 Gabriel S Moses – ENHANC[=MENT | an augmented graphic novel - a quick presentation - Germany
17 Glasz DeCuir - Disappear (Crossing Simulator) - Spain
18 Greg Barth - Hello Play NYE promo - England
19 HEM - Giocando Con I Bottoni - Italy
20 Henning M. Lederer - The Whale - Germany
21 Hugo Arcier - Fiction 1 - France
22 Hugo Arcier - L’affaiblissement Progressif des Ressources - France
23 Hugo Arcier - Nostalgia for Nature - France
24 Hugo Arcier - Surface Mouvement Surface Lumiere - France
25 Hugo Arcier & Mathilde Marc - Camgirl Odalisque - France
26 Hugo Cierzniak - Dip N Dance - France
27 Hugues Clément - G L E A M - Canada
28 Impromptu: Lucas Pelegrineti Grynszpan, Lucas Ribeiro Rodrigues & Vinícius Franco - Tanto Faz - Brazil
29 Jan Goldfuß - 2=1(+1=n) (Cold Memories 2) - Germany
30 Jan Goldfuß - Foldedolors - Germany
31 Jan Goldfuß - Space-Fluid #5 - Germany
32 Jason Nelson - City Forest and the Sandy End - Australia
33 Jason Nelson - The Fences Divide Five - Australia
34 Javier Longobardo - When Girls Collide - Spain
35 Joanna Bonder - Digits - Poland
36 Joanna Bonder - Rope2 - Poland
37 Joey Cheers, Teon Simmons & Fishy Thom - The Orca Awareness Project - United States
38 Joshuah Howard, Svenja Keune, Lorenz Potthast & Jonas Wiese (Urbanscreen) - The Colony - A Tale on Textile - Germany
39 Julien Bisaro - Bang Bang! - France
40 Karin Tueta - The Winepress - France
41 Kathleen Daniel - Lovin - United States
42 Katie Torn - Breathe Deep - United States
43 Katie Torn - Dream House - United States
44 Katie Torn - Geo Crash - United States
45 Katie Torn - The Calm Before the Storm - United States
46 Kelli Anderson - NPR-Talking While Female - United States
47 Lale Westvind - Flesh Gun - United States
48 Lauren Gregory - Triptych - United States
49 Leo Uehara - Un día - Argentina
50 Liliana Farber - Where X and Y - Israel
51 Lorenzo Oggiano - Quasi-Objects / Cinematic Environment #8 - Italy
52 Martha Colburn - Film for the author Diana Wagman and Electric Literature - United States
53 Martha Colburn - Film for the novel 'Human Events' - United States
54 Martha Colburn - Here comes another lesson - United States
55 Martha Colburn - Wrong Time Capsule - United States
56 Matthew Newman-Long - Eyes on You Baby! - United States
57 Max Hattler - Shift - Hong Kong
58 Max Hattler - Unclear Proof - Hong Kong
59 Max Hattler - X - Hong Kong
60 Mike Pelletier - Time of Flight - Netherlands
61 Nicolás Rupcich - Untitled - Germany
62 Oleg Elagin - The Unknown Technician - Russia
63 Paulo Passaro - Coco de Elevador - Brazil
64 Péter Vácz - Rabbit and Deer - Germany
65 PetPunk - A Story About a Badger - Lithuania
66 PetPunk - Woos - Lithuania
67 Província Studio: Guilherme Araújo & Iuri Araújo - Aniz, a bruxinha aprendiz - Brazil
68 Pu Shuai Cheng Consciousness - Spin Project - Taiwan
69 Robert Hloz - Numbers - Czech Republic
70 Rodrigo EBA! - Graffiti Dança - Brazil
71 Ryan Whittier Hale - Cluster - United States
72 Sandrine Deumier & Alx P.op - MagicalGarden - France
73 Shelley Dodson - Fissure Ritual - United States
74 Shima - Baleia - Brazil
75 Simona Muzzeddu - Borderline Psychotic Activity - Italy
76 Siyu Mao - Graphic Destroys the Universe - Germany
77 Stephen Hilyard - One Life - United States
78 Susanne Wiegner - [meine heimat] – Germany
79 Susanne Wiegner – At the museum – Germany
80 Susanne Wiegner – Home! Sweet home! – Germany
81 Susanne Wiegner – Kaspar Hauser Song – Germany
82 Susanne Wiegner – The light – the shade – Germany
83 Thiago R – Linhas de Contenção – Brazil
84 Tutsy Navarathna – MetaPhore – India
85 Ulf Kristiansen – Jealous guy – Norway
86 Wayner Tristao – A chuva de cada um – Brazil
87 Wilson Borja – Babochka – Colombia
88 Wilson Borja – Chere – Colombia
88 Wrik Mead – Draw the Line – Canada
Be There! Corfu Animation Festival 2014
1 Adam Schachner – The Old People Museum – Canada
2 Beatriz Herrera Carrillo – Moskina – Mexico
3 Csaba Gellár – Blackwood – How to Write a Blackwood Article – Hungary
4 Dao Thi Thuy Linh – Dinosaurs – Czech Republic
5 Effie Pappa – My Stuffed Granny – United Kingdom /Greece
6 Hannes Rall – Si Lunchai – Germany & Singapure
7 Kim Noce – The Waterbearer – United Kingdom
8 Nassos Vakalis – Dinner for Few – United States
9 Rebecca Archer – Canuck Black – United Kingdom
10 Salvatore Centoducati, Eleonora Bertolucci, Ruben Pirito & Giulio De Toma – Office Kingdom – Italy
11 Shaun Clark & Kim Noce – The Key – United Kingdom
1 Alan HOLLY – Coda – Ireland
2 Anete MELECE – The Kiosk – Switzerland
3 Augusto ZANOVELLO – Women’s letters – France
4 Dong-Cheol YOUM – I’m So Sorry Mom – Koreia
5 JOUNG Yu-Mi – Love Games – Koreia
6 Kari PIESKÄ – No Time for Toes – Finland
7 Yan-Tong ZHU – My Milk Cup Cow – Japan
ANIMA – Córdoba International Animation Festival
1 Becho Lo Bianco & Mariano Bergara – Inercia – Argentina
2 Bjor-Erik Aschim & Sam Taylor – Everything I Can See From Here – United Kingdom
3 Philipp Artus – Snail Trail – Germany
4 Raf Wathion – DAY_6011 – Belgium
5 Santiago ‘Bou’ Grasso – Padre – Argentina
6 Spela Cadez – Boles – Slovenia & Germany
7 Thomas Stellmach & Maja Oschmann – Virtuos Virtuell – Germany
Japan Media Arts Festival
1 Fuyu ARAI – 1347smiles – Japan
2 Hiroyasu ISHIDA – Rain town – Japan
3 Kohei YOSHINO (networks) – ab_rah – Japan
4 Kunio KATO – The House of Small Cubes – Japan
5 MASAHIKO SATO + EUPHRATES – Issey Miyake A-poc Inside – Japan
6 Masanori OKAMOTO – I am alone, walking on the straight road – Japan
7 Masashi YOKOTA – Kiokuzenkei – Japan
8 Morihiro HARANO, Jun NISHIDA, SeiichiHISHIKAWA, Kenjiro MATSUO, Mitsuo TSUDA & Toshifumi OISO – Xylophone – Japan
9 Takashi NAKAMURA – Shashinkan (The Photo Studio) – Japan
1 Alessandro Pacciani – DARK SOULS II
2 And Maps And Plans – Coda
3 Animation and Digital Art School of Communication University Of China – A Warrior’s Dream
4 Aug&ohr medien – MeTube: August sings Carmen Habanera
5 Autour de Minuit – Ascension
6 Autour de Minuit – HOME SWEET HOME
7 Autour de Minuit – Sun of a Beach
8 Autour de Minuit – My Little Croco
9 Autour de Minuit – ESCARFACE
10 Autour de Minuit – Greenfields
11 Autour de Minuit – Treo Fiskur
12 China Central Academy of Fine Arts – Journey Of My Memory
13 Delapost Paris – Space Cat Hob
14 Digic Pictures – Digic Pictures Autour de Minuit
15 Digipen Institute of Technology – Level 1457 Last
16 Emily Carr University of Art and Design – Happy & Gay
17 ESMA – 100m
18 ESMA – Monkey Symphony
19 ESMA – Beyond the lines
20 ESMA – ENTRACTE
21 ESMA – Forward, March!
22 ESMA – La vie en vert
23 ESMA – L’Incroyable Marrec
24 Ilion Animation Studios – Mortadelo y Filemon contra Jimmy el Cachondo
25 Je Regarde – Juste de l’eau
26 Je Regarde – Land
27 Jelly Studio – Story Muh
28 Light Chaser Animation Studios – Little Yeyos
29 Media Design School – Over The Moon
30 Media Design School – Shelved
31 Method Studios – General Electric ‘Childlike Imagination’
32 Method Studios – DirecTV ‘Troll’
33 Method Studios – White House Down – Destruction of the Capitol
34 Method Studios – Iron Man 3 – The ‘Extremis Effect’
35 Method Studios – Infiniti ‘Factory of Life’
36 Method Studios – Divergent – Behind the ‘Mirror Room’
37 Middlebury College – 11 Paper Place
38 ModernEye – Light Motif
39 Niv Shpigel – LOAD
40 Passion Pictures – Nike ‘The Last Game’
41 Passion Pictures – Bank of America ‘Gladly Tuesday’
42 Ringing College of Art and Design – The Prize Inside
43 Ringling College of Art and Design – The Legend of the Flying Tomato
44 Sarah Kambara – Jinxy Jenkins, Lucky Lou
45 School of Visual Arts – Monster
46 School of Visual Arts – Cupidiculous
47 Sève Films – Initium
48 Sève Films – Atome Luce
49 Sève Films – Amasia
50 Sève Films – Un Conte
51 Sève Films – Myosis
52 Sève Films – Meet Meat
53 Sève Films – Fol’Amor
54 Sève Films – Floating in my mind
55 Taiwan University of Arts – Red Spot
56 The Monk Studio Co. Ltd. – Nine
1 Alien Trap – Apotheon – Canada
2 Ana Ribeiro – Pixel Ripped – Brazil
3 Arachnid Games – Ballpoint Universe: Infinite – United States
4 Behold Studio – Chroma Squad – Brazil
5 Brace Yourself Games – Crypt of the NecroDancer – Canada
6 bracket]games – Three Fourths Home – United States
7 Broken Rules – Secrets of Rætikon – Áustria
8 Compulsion Games – Contrast – Canada
9 Croteam – The Talos Principle – Croatia
10 grapefrukt games – rymdkapsel – Sweden
11 inkle – 80 Days – United Kingdom
12 inkle – Sorcery! – United Kingdom
13 Loveshack Entertainment – FRAMED iOS – Australia
14 Mi Clos Studio – Out There – France
15 Michael Frei & Mario von Rickenbach / Etter Studio – PLUG & PLAY – Switzerland
16 Might and Delight – Shelter 2 – Sweden
17 Minority Media – Spirits of Spring – Canada
18 Mixed Bag – FORMA.8 – Italy
19 Modern Dream – LA Cops – United Kingdom
20 Monogon Games – Interloper – Netherlands
21 Over the Moon – The Fall – Canada
22 Pocket Trap – Ninjin – Brazil
23 Polyculture – Prune – United States
24 Santa Ragione – FOTONICA – Italy
25 Sarepta Studio – Shadow Puppeteer – Norway
26 Spaces of Play – Future Unfolding – Germany
27 SuperChop Games – Ephemerid – United States
28 SuperGiant Games – Transistor – United States
29 Tale of Tales – Sunset – Belgium
30 Upper One Games / E-Line Media – Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) – United States
31 XXIIVV – Oquonie – Canada
FILE VIDEO ART
1 Alejandro Casales – And Death Shall Have No Dominion – Mexico
2 Alexandra Dementieva – Sleeper’s Tapestry – Belgium
3 Alison Bennett – Inverto – Australia
4 Anna Tolkacheva – Fragments of Dissapearing – Russia
5 AUJIK – Plasticity Unfolding – Japan
6 AUJIK – AnxOxna – Japan
7 Barbara Oettinger – Catharsis – Chile
8 Benjamin Rosenthal & James Moreno – Human, Next: Phase One – United States
9 Benjamin Rosenthal & James Moreno – Human, Next: Phase Two – United States
10 Brit Bunkley – Kafka’s Sisters – New Zealand
11 Bruno Costa – Tympanum – Brazil
12 Bruno Mendes da Silva – Neblina – Portugal
13 Christoph Korn – Eingedenken – Germany
14 Christoph Korn – Pneuma – Germany
15 Daniela Toledo – Imminent Body – Chile
16 Daz Disley & Fenia Kotsopoulou – Here but not here at all at the same time – United Kingdom
17 Devis Venturelli – Suburban Rhapsody – Italy
18 Emiliano Zucchini – Capturing Memories – Italy
19 Felix Frederick – Drki – Australia
20 Hye Young Kim – Intimate Distance – United States
21 Jeroen Cluckers – Oneiria – Belgium
22 Johan Rijpma – Descent – Netherland
23 Justin Lincoln – Columns – United States
24 Maciej Piatek aka Vj Pietrushka – Kaspar Hauser Song – United Kingdom
25 Maciej Piatek aka Vj Pietrushka – Contemplating Hell – United Kingdom
26 Marc Neys & Sigrun Höllrigl (text) – A Blue Animal Bows – Austria
27 Marc Neys aka Swoon – Five Miles (Simple Brushstrokes on a Naked Canvas) – Belgium
28 Mari Nagem – Avesso – Brazil
29 Marion Phillini, Maria Fernanda Calderon,Jon Clair, Ella Phillips & Natasha Sabatini – La tua vita per me – United Kingdom
30 Mark Tholander – Simulacrum – Denmark
31 Mark Tholander – #### – Denmark
32 Mercedes Helnwein – Cops and Nurses – Austria
33 minus.log: Giustino Di Gregorio & Manuela Cappucci – Sleeping Beauty – Italy
34 Muriel Montini – Je vais où je suis | I am going where I am – France
35 Muriel Montini – Ceux de la côte | The ones from the coast – France
36 Nicolás Rupcich – EDF (Error de Formato) – Germany
37 Nina Ross – Untitled #1 (Pregnancy) – Australia
38 Nino Fournier – A Propaganda Film – Part I & III – Switzerland
39 Nino Fournier – Portrait de la Jeune Fille en Danseuse – Switzerland
40 Oksana Chepelyk – COLLIDER_100: Kyiv 2014 – Ukraine
41 Oksana Chepelyk – COLLIDER_100: Sarajevo 1914 – Ukraine
42 Oksana Chepelyk – COLLIDER – Ukraine
43 Po-Yen Wang – Transience – Taiwan
44 pryorart: Jutta Pryor, Teresa Mei Chuc & Masonik – I took nothing – Australia
45 Samuel Adam Swope – ta-ta-ta-ta-ta→ – Hong Kong
46 Sang Jun Yoo – Disapparition – United States
47 Sarah Oos – Femme Chanel – Emma Fenchel – Austria
48 Sarawut Chutiwongpeti – Untitled (Wishes, Lies and Dreams >> Peaceful…) – Switzerland
49 Sebastian Tedesco – China – Argentina
50 Shaun Wilson – Uber Memoria Part IV – Australia
51 Sigrun Höllrigl & Hubsi Kramar (text) – jumboshampoo or Joerg Bungee vanished on the rope – Austria
52 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel notebooks: Amsterdam – Italy
53 Silvia De Gennaro – Travel notebooks: Perugia – Italy
54 Stephen Hilyard – Waterfall – United States
55 Stuart Pound – To be a Ghost – United Kingdom
56 Stuart Pound – Bottle Dance – United Kingdom
57 Tahir Ün – The Game – Turkey
58 Vallet Aliénor – Versus – France
59 Vallet Aliénor – Epic of a disquiet – France
60 Yasmin Davis – Knife Dance – Israel
61 Yasmin Davis Out of Sync Israel
62 Yasmin Davis – Still – Israel
63 Youyou Yang – Pre-Invention of a Time Machine: Interview with s.t. Betamon – Germany
1 Anne de Boer – Ikarus – United Kingdom
2 Bill Domonkos – GIF Image: Stallion by Currier & Ives, c1867 – United States
3 Bill Domonkos – Heirloom – United States
4 Bill Domonkos – Smoke man – United States
5 Carla Gannis – The Garden of Emoji Delights – United States
6 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics (Hulk) – Yugoslavia
7 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics (Hulk) – Yugoslavia
8 Dušan Čežek – Pixelomics (Superman and Wonder Woman) – Yugoslavia
9 Erdal Inci – SchelsischesTor piece – Turkey
10 Erdal Inci – Lichtgrenze – Turkey
11 Erdal Inci – Duo Jump – Turkey
12 Ioshi Sodeoka – Psychedelica – Japan
13 Ioshi Sodeoka – Pollock GIF number 94 – Japan
14 Ioshi Sodeoka – Pollock GIF number 98 – Japan
15 Ioshi Sodeoka – Pollock GIF number 99 – Japan
16 Kyttenjanae – Emptiness Seeping through – United States
17 Kyttenjanae – Fine i am fine – United States
18 Kyttenjanae – Energy – United States
19 Paul Robertson – Creation – Australia
20 Paul Robertson – Expedition – Australia
21 Paul Robertson – Data – Australia
22 Rollin Leonard – Body Wave – United States
23 Stephen Vuillemin – sem título – Italy
1 Chris Shier – Gifmelter – Canada
2 Chris Shier – sbcs/00a.06 – Canada
3 Chris Shier – line – Canada
4 Chris Shier – line/05×5 – Canada
5 Chris Shier – line/03 – Canada
6 Chris Shier – 29/30i – Canada
7 Damien Mortini – House – United Kingdom
8 Einar Öberg – Tornado – Suécia
9 Einar Öberg – Plus & Minus – Sweden
10 Einar Öberg – Lathe Workshop – Sweden
11 Jon Svenonius – Pearl Boy – Sweden
12 Matthias Wolff – Delight-engine – Camera Demo – Germany
13 Nicolas Jaenen – Motion Pixie – Belgium
14 Ryan Alexander – Streetview-Stereographic – United States
15 Vince McKelvie – Marble – United States
16 Vince McKelvie – Sway – United States
17 Vince McKelvie – Backflips – United States
18 Vince McKelvie – Runners – United States
19 Vince McKelvie – Cartwheel – United States
20 Vince McKelvie – Runner Undulation – United States
21 Vince McKelvie – Huddle – United States
22 Vince McKelvie – Bod Undulation – United States
23 Vince McKelvie – Emoji – United States
24 Vincent Morisset – Just a reflektor – Canada
25 Vincent Morisset – Way to Go – United States
1 Anne Pasanen & Geo Panagiotidou – Kalevala Book Visualisation – Finland
2 Anni Garza Lau – A Pragmatic Digital Art Manifesto – Mexico
3 Basic Bruegel: Valerie LeBlanc & Daniel H Dugas – Flow: Big Waters – Canada
4 BiarritZZZ – Possawsubawater – Brazil
5 Chang Liu – Wild Growth – United States
6 Daniel Peixoto Ferreira – Join Us – Brazil
7 Daniel Peixoto Ferreira – Learn – Brazil
8 David Clark – The End: Death in Seven Colours – Canada
9 Duda – Ecos #1 – Brazil
10 Enrique Franco Lizarazo – D-sonus: aplicativo para criação audiovisual em dispositivos móveis – Brazil
11 Ewa Doroszenko & Jacek Doroszenko – Soundreaming – Poland
12 Hidenori Watanave Laboratory, Tokyo Metropolitan University, The Asahi Shimbun Company & Tokyo Metropolitan Archives – The Tokyo Olympic Archive 1964-2020 – Japan
13 Iono Allen – Butchery – France
14 IP Yuk-Yiu – Clouds Fall – Hong Kong
15 Jason Edward Lewis – Vital to the General Public Welfare (The PoEMM Cycle) – Canada
16 Jason Nelson – The Required Field – Australia
17 Jean-Michel Rolland – Biosphere – France
18 Jean-Michel Rolland – The Endless Journey – France
19 Jenny Lin – Replay: A Memory Game – Canada
20 Jody Zellen – Time Jitters – United States
21 jtwine – UltraHyperDrone – United States
22 Justin Lincoln – The Stroboscope – United States
23 Les Riches Douaniers: Gilles Richard & Fabrice Zoll – Tableau Sisyphéen (Sisyphean Picture) – France
24 Livia Mateiaș – Strings – Romania
25 Luigia Cardarelli – Landscape – Italy
26 Luigia Cardarelli – The Unspoken Words – Italy
27 Luigia Cardarelli – Imagined Time – Italy
28 Luis Hernandez-Galván – This place you see is about to be no more… – Singapure
29 Michael Takeo Magruder – Data_Plex (Babel) – United Kingdom
30 Paganmuzak – Rotational Chaos – Italy
31 Rachel Simone Weil, Torley & Nathalie Lawhead – Monkey Fortunetell – United States
32 reVoltaire – kinema ikon: serial / season one – Romania
33 Roberto Stelzer – Poesia 3D – Brazil
34 Ryota Matsumoto – the High Overdrive and Its Undefinable Consequence – Japan
35 Ryota Matsumoto – the Indistinct Notion of an Object Trajectory – Japan
36 Ryota Matsumoto – Voided by the False Vows of Time – Japan
37 Second Front: Patrick Lichty, LiZ Solo, Bibbe Hansen, Yael Gilks, Doug Jarvis & Scott Kildall – Red Dog For Freddie Herko – United States
38 Will Luers – Phantom Agents – United States
1 Alejandro Casales – Adsem Varien – Mexico
2 Alexandra Dementieva – Piano Insight – Belgium
3 Antonio Mazzotti – I have not seen you on the jumbotrons at TimeSSquare – Italy
4 AV3EZ: André Victor & Bruno Bez – Gangorra 2.0 – Brazil
5 AVOIDANT & Márcio Paranhos – AVOIDANT, Black Curtains – Portugal
6 Coletivo Madeirista: Joeser Alvarez & Ariana Boaventura – Alegoria – Brazil
7 Jacek Doroszenko – I had to recompile the Kernel – Poland
8 Jacek Doroszenko & Ewa Doroszenko – The same horizon repeated at every moment of the walk – Poland
9 Mehrdad – Entities – Iran
10 Pedro Lacerda & Blond:ish – No place like gnome – Brazil
11 Riled Up: Mike Celona & Riley Beats – It’s All Fun & Games Until Somebody Puts an Eye Out – United States
12 Roberto Zanata – Gypsum – Italy
14 XCEED: Chris Cheung Hon Him, Lam Chi Fai, Jason Wong Chun Kit & Jeff Kwan Kai Yin – RadianceScape / 輻射界 – Hong Kong
1 Daniel Gazana – Solaris – Brazil
2 DUO b + JpAccacio: Marcelo Bressanin, Pedro Ricco Noce, João Paulo Accacio & Andrei Thomaz – Fluente – Brazil
3 Eisuke Yanagisawa – Ridge Line – Japan
4 irrthum: Luciano Irrthum & João Gabriel – Unconfortable – Brazil
5 Joceles Bicalho – Atari Punk – Brazil
6 Juan Carlos Vasquez – Collage 4 “Landscape” – Finland
7 Julian Scordato – Constellations – Italy
8 Marco Ferrazza – Fluttuazioni – Italy
9 Marco Ferrazza – Radiale – Italy
10 Roberto Zanata – Nero Siderale – Italy
11 sampler b: Beto Ehongue, Rafle, João Sima, Baé Ribeiro & Hugo Benígno – Sampler B – Brazil
12 Sandrine Deumier & Alx P.op – Mdr_test508 – France
13 Sandrine Deumier & Philippe Lamy – Télémaque – France
14 Swoon – For Zachary – Belgium
15 Swoon – Intrusion – Belgium
16 Total Unicorn: Lyman Hardy III, Lindsey Taylor & Stephen Fishman – Total Unicorn – United States
17 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Organica – Mexico
18 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Exhalation-land – Mexico
19 Uwe Heine Debrodt – Ritual 2 – Mexico
20 Yuko Katori & Sonia Esse – Le jardin suspendu – France
Entry Form: http://file.org.br/highlight/file-sp-2015-workshop/
Aieda Freitas – Building interactive narratives with Processing and Arduino – Brazil
June 16th to 18th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Andrei Thomaz – Time machines – Brazil
June 16th and 20th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Bernardo França – From head to toe: all the process of an illustration – Brazil
June 20th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Fábio Yamaji – Stop Motion animation with origamis – Brazil
June 16th and 17th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Gabriel Camelo – Slit Scan GIF: distorting GIFs in time – Brazil
June 19th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Marcos Vieira Lobo – Soundtrack composing for games and apps – Brasil
June 17th and 18th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Marlon Tenório & Marcelo Castro – Paper Cut Animation – Brazil
June 20th, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Moisez Vasconcellos – Creative programming through the software ISADORA – Brazil
June 18th and 19th, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Paul Robertson – Pixel Art and GIF animation – Australia
June 16th and 17th, from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Vanessa Remonti – How to conduct/plan an animation short film – Brazil
June 16th to 19th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Victor-Hugo Borges – Animation series development – Brazil
June 19th, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Electronic Language International Festival
Art Gallery of SESI-SP
From June 16th to August 16th
Every day from 10 AM to 8 PM, entry permitted until 7:40 PM.
FILE LED SHOW
Digital Art Gallery SESI-SP
From June 16th to July 19th
Every day, with public interaction from 8 PM to 10 PM and exhibition of visual works from 10 PM to 6 AM.
Work Futuro do Pretérito [Raquel Kogan & Lea van Steen]
Avenida Paulista, 1313. Near the Trianon-Masp subway station.
From June 16th to June 20th
Every day from 12 PM to 8 PM
FILE Metro (Subway)
Stations Trianon-Masp and Consolação
From June 15th to July 19th
Every day from 10 AM to 8 PM
Exhibition of the movie Shirley – Visions of Reality [Gustav Deutsch]
Theater of SESI-SP
June 16th at 8 PM
From June 16th to June 20th
From 9 AM to 10 PM
Age: 16 and older.
Centro Cultural FIESP – Ruth Cardoso
Av. Paulista, 1313
In front of subway station Trianon-Masp
All ages admitted
(posted on 2015-05-14)
6th International Video Art Edition
The Videolab Project and the IC Zero Association, in partnership with Espaço Partícula (Partícula Gallery) are proud to present the 6th International Video Art Edition, integrated in the Digital Arts Festival FONLAD. On May 15 the Festival will present work from the Cologne OFF festival (Germany) and Proyector (Spain) as well as an debate session with the artist Andrea Inocêncio.
On May 16 will be the opening of a wokshop of Video Mapping, coached by Daniel Rodrigues and Tiago Costa, members of the association We Came From Space, a platform of knowledge transmission e research in the field of expertise of creative arts, where they have been presenting workshops on the theme of introduction to the technology of Video Mapping. There will be present, as a guest, the French visual Artist Dorianne Wotton, an expert in Vjing and Videomapping.
During the evening, the surrouding space of Santa Clara Gallery will support several video art installations.
May 15 21h30
ideo Art Screening COLOGNE OFF / PROYECTOR
Talk with Andrea Inocêncio
Photography Exhibition “Fonlad 2015”
Installation by Eunice Artur
16 Maio May 16
Video Mapping Workshop
Santa Clara Monastery
Santa Clara Gallery
Cologne OFF - Espaço Partícula, Rua Miguel Torga nº 25 cv. Coimbra, 21h30
Cologne OFF was founded in 2006 and one of a kind . It's a festival without a fixed location , built in network , based on a growing collection of video art , expanded every year by carrying out a new edition .
Participating artists: Apotropia (It), Matt Gigson (USA), John Graham (Cn), Heidi Kumao (USA), Baptist Coelho (Ind), Sanglim Han (SK)
Curator: Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
PROYECTOR – Espaço Partícula, Rua Miguel Torga nº 25 cv. Coimbra, 22h00
International Video Art Festival, which takes place mainly in Spain, Italy, Portugal and Mexico, with the participation of artists, curators and festivals of the world.
It has video installations (single channel, multichannel, interactive), interventions in public space, projections, performances, workshops and conferences.
Curator: Mario Gutiérrez Cru
Artists: Jorge Valera (Es), Márcia Beatriz Granero (Br), Irene Cruz (Es), Medhi-Georges Lahlou (Ma), Saão Vrabič (Es), Francesca Fini (It), Nives Widauer (Aus), Unai Requejo (Es), Yutaka Nozuwa (Jp)
Talk with ANDREA INOCÊNCIO - Espaço Partícula, Rua Miguel Torga nº 25 cv. Coimbra, 22h30
Andrea Inocêncio was born in Coimbra, Portugal in 1977.
Assistant Professor of Visual Arts at ESEC - Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (2010 - 2012).
Winner of the artistic projects competition of "Serralves em Festa" (Oporto, 2010); grant by the INOV-ART program of DGArtes (Barcelona, 2009); grant by the Internationalization Support program of the Camões Institute (Argentina, 2009) and grant by the Eurodyssée program (Paris, 2008).
Post-graduation in Cultures and Emergent Discourses: from the criticism to the artistic manifestations at UNL & Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon, 2008); post-graduation in Cartoon and Illustration at IADE (Lisbon, 2002); master in Set and Architecture Production Design at Escuela Superior de Artes del Espectáculo TAI (Madrid, 2001) and degree in Painting at EUAC (Coimbra, 2000).
She exhibits and performs in group and individually since 1996. Her artistic practice extends to photography, performance, installation, drawing, set and costume design for theatre, etc. Her pieces have a social and political approach through a critical and ironic dialogue. Reflects around cultural borders, identity, gender, stereotypes, behaviour, social prejudice and the difficulties that it entails in human relationships. Also questions the figure of the woman artist, heroin and migrant in transit, social violence and the constant struggle to survive in a hostile environment. Her work is based in an observant and active participation, with a continuous process of research and creation both collective and individual. She develop collaborative art projects with both Portuguese and international artists whose practices range from different disciplines. Through these encounters she search for enriching her practice as well as to explore trans-disciplinary art practice. She is one of the founders of the performance collective Malparidas together with Valeria Cotaimich (Argentina) and Melina Peña (Mexico).
(posted on 2015-05-14)
25 April - 23 May 2015
Kung Fu Panda is a new video work by Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren in which he films the reflected ambient light on an adjacent white wall at home, whilst his children are watching the eponymous animated feature film. Filmed in High Definition from a fixed camera position and projected as a single work in a gallery context Dahlgren’s Kung Fu Panda becomes an absorbing and constantly changing digital colourfield painting that manifests a subtlety at odds with the apparent chaos of the original film dubbed in Swedish, and the surrounding scenario as the artist’s children watch whilst carrying on their own everyday conversations.
In an adjacent room Dahlgren presents a readymade series entitled When The Sky Is The Limit. Consisting of framed double page spreads from in-flight magazines collected by Dahlgren, each image is selected, isolated, and framed according to its inherent relationship to abstraction.
Dahlgren's work is concerned with a dialogue between the authoritative singularity of pure formal abstraction and its position within a variable, complex and social shared culture. His repetitious collections of ubiquitous and ordinary objects, often domestic, industrially manufactured (and frequently, knowingly Scandinavian); stand in their gestalt form as proxy for High Modernist Abstract Painting and for all of the ideological territory that Twentieth Century Art Theory has staked out for it. The contributing objects, however, signify a collective and human aspect of society, each representing an individual choice, used in a unique way by its consumer. Together these objects stand for the group or community, and as such they become democratic rather than authored. Through endless ingenious amalgams of pattern, abstraction and mass-produced objects, Dahlgren's recent works purposefully inhabit modes of modernist painting, deliberately playing with the inherent autonomy of the source material.
Jacob Dahlgren was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1970. Dahlgren represented Sweden in the Nordic Pavilion at the 2007 Venice Biennale. His work has been exhibited at, KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center/MoMA, New York, USA, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK, and Tramway, Glasgow, UK. He lives and works in Stockholm.
Workplace Gallery The Old Post Office 19/21 West Street Gateshead, NE8 1AD United Kingdom
(posted on 2015-05-14)
Processing, Arduino, Pure Data, Blender & Digital Fabrication
Initiated in 2005, the Summer Digital Art Workshops go on with this 10th year! Join us for an inspiring summer under the digital sun.The various courses address techniques and expressions increasingly used in visual arts, installations, performing arts, audio-visual or digital art (net art, code art, interactivity, ...) and introduce practices based on open source softwares.
The six classes
1 : Introduction à l'Art du Code - Processing : 14 - 17 July 2015
2 : Modélisation 3D - Blender : 18 - 19 July 2015
3 : Fabrication Numérique - FabLab.iMAL : 21 - 24 July 2015
4 : Introduction au Physical Computing - Arduino : 28 - 31 July 2015
5 : Introduction son-image temps-réel - PureData I : 4 - 7 August 2015
6 : Vidéo-3D temps-réel - GEM / PureData II : 11 - 14 August 2015
Conditions de Participation
These workshops are open to any artist, art student, designer, graphic designer, videographer, programmer, teacher, hobbyist curious, active unemployed ... wishing to learn new creative digital tools (18 years old at least).These workshops are thaught in French. They are however open to people with basic skills in French (at least oral understanding). Of course, the programming languages are always based on English ;)
Price: 100€ per workshop
except Blender: 50€
and FabLab: 140€ (material included)Courses in French (oral understanding necessary)Registration: onlineWarning! Because the number of participants is limited (max. 15 persons), you are advised to register as soon as possible.
Once the workshop as reached its minimum number of participants, practical info for the payment will be send to the attendees. Your registration is confirmed once your payment is received.Location: iMAL
30 Koolmijnenkaai - Quai des Charbonnages
1080 Brussels, BE
(posted on 2015-05-12)
In our times, the notion of public space appears to be one of the most contradictory concepts. With the rise of network and communication technologies, our experience of public space has changed. Public space is not only characterised by physical space and architecture but also by networks and knowledge distribution.
While public space is mainly being interpreted through urban planning, digital public space is organised through IP locations, URLs and protocols. Their cartographies, as distinct as they may seem, are both informed by network dynamics that add new layers of interpretation. Squares, parks, streets and the Internet are all potential public spaces that are activated through participation and engagement in order to acquire meaning.
The multiple interconnected spaces within which we act have redefined and affected our perception of everyday life as well as our social and cultural imaginaries. On the other hand, real-time data circulation and information exchange have created new patterns of communication allowing communities to surpass their localities and explore new modes of engagement and collaboration.
However, inhabiting at the same time a plethora of spaces that are potentially public the question that arises is: how open and free are these spaces? Have the visions regarding open access to public space and eventually public data been fulfilled?
*/ 11th Athens Digital Arts Festival | May 21 – 24, 2015
Historic Centre of Athens
Diplareios School, 3 Theatre Square, 10552, Athens
Theatre Square / Monastiraki Square / St. Eirini Square
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