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Magmart XI ed. - extended deadline!
The edition 2018/2019 of Magmart, the XI of our story, is start! Submit your video(s) from now, until may 2019. Read the rules and become part of our good story!
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Actually, the Dead Are Not Dead: Politics of Life
The exhibition asks how our relationships with those who are no longer or not yet present can be redefined, acknowledging our responsibility for past and future life. This might include how we tackle the legacies of unresolved social conflicts, or our concern for the future of the planet and its resources. It involves the lives of functionally ... [read more]

Claire Anna Watson explores ephemeral matter as a vehicle for discussing our relationship with humanity and the environment. In Neoplasm, associations are linked between clinical procedures and the food we eat. In a surreal and visceral fashion, we are led to consider the slippage between plastic and natural realities and the extent to which ... [read more]

Samsung The Wall x Niio Art Awards
Seeking Iconic Art for an Iconic Display Join us for a celebration of the visual arts on a global scale. In partnership with Samsung, Niio invites moving image artists from around the world to submit exquisite artworks to power the global unveiling of Samsung The Wall (4K visual display, 3.23m x 1.81m) around the world. Art-world professionals ... [read more]

Pixel Fest
INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL AND CONTEST OF DIGITAL VIDEO ART Theme: Digital Utopias 07—15.03 Media façades in urban environment are becoming an exhibition space, a large-scale canvas transforming the space via media art. PIXELS FEST is a new initiative aimed at broadening the frameworks of digital media art in urban environment of Yekaterinburg ... [read more]

Game-changing Japanese producer (and painter!) Foodman has tapped digital video artist Natalia Stuyk for his new ‘Kazunoko’ music video. Stuyk’s uninhibited, free-hand squiggles and wiggling figures faithfully dance along to Foodman’s whimsical groove, which we most recently heard on 2019’s ODOODO EP for Mad Decent. Highball is a new ... [read more]
Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful
Griffith University Art Museum opens their new exhibition Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful this week, exploring the development of Australian video art from the 1970s to the 1990s. Comprising over 20 works, Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful features influential artists such as Joan Brassil, Warren Burt, Peter Callas, ... [read more]


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