10th edition | 2016/2017
The news
Julie Weitz
By Rebecca Bloom At the intersection of art and technology, a new generation of contemporary artists is looking towards less traditional mediums to inform and implement its artistic visions. Paint and ink, canvas and clay—they’re either being tossed aside or used in combination with blossoming technological tools to invent new and exciting ... [read more]

Pixel Forest and Worry Will Vanish
This summer, the MFAH continues its series of grand-scale, immersive exhibitions. Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest and Worry Will Vanish brings together two mesmerizing works newly acquired by the Museum. Under the direction of the artist, these light-based and video-based installations transform the vast, central gallery of Cullinan Hall into a ... [read more]

34rd Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF)
17-25 October, 2017 Tehran, Iran Regulations The festival is organized by the Iranian Youth Cinema Society (TISFF) - a member of “International Short Film Conference”. 1. Sections of the film festival: Main competition: -Best Fiction: Trophy + Diploma + € 3,000 -Best Documentary: Trophy + Diploma + € 3,000 -Best Animation: Trophy + ... [read more]

A Journey into Old New Media
+ panel discussion We present newly digitised titles from the London Community Video Archive, works incorporating art, activism and social engagement. The 1975 Serpentine Gallery Video Show provided a month-long platform for the then-new media format and showcased different types of work, notably mixing community and artist video pieces. ... [read more]

Sweet 'Art is a non-profit organization operating from a feminist perspective, which is dedicated to the promotion of visual artists through the delivery of regular site-specific exhibitions. On the 5-10 September 2017 Sweet 'Art will be hosting their first art festival in partnership with Ugly Duck. Femfest will take place at OFF QUAY an 8,000 ... [read more]

Bill Viola breathes fresh life into the Renaissance
by Isabel Stevens Video art and the Renaissance don’t normally go hand in hand, but in Bill Viola’s work they are inseparable. Born in 1951, Viola is part of a generation of artists who grew up with television, although he was one of the first to make videos without dabbling in other art forms beforehand. His highly symbolic, spiritual, and ... [read more]

Tito's Bunker
Until August 6, 2017 Artists: Taysir Batniji, Bernd Behr, David Brognon / Stéphanie Rollin, Annalisa Cannito, Olga Chernysheva, Edith Dekyndt, Jan Peter Hammer, James T. Hong, Milomir Kovacevic, Susanne Kriemann, Dorit Margreiter, Eduardo Paolozzi, Vesna Pavlovic, Dan Perjovschi, Lia Perjovschi, Jorge Ribalta, Alexander Sokurow, The Errorists ... [read more]

Just Experimenting
Ceven's Pixelspace presents an evening of video art from the Just Experimenting: Video Art Exploring Gender and Sexuality event that took place in San Fransisco, California curated by Marilyn Roxie. Just Experimenting: Video Art Exploring Gender and Sexuality: Just Experimenting will be an hour-long program of video art and experimental film ... [read more]
Quintesence was premiered at the Satosphere dome, Society for Arts and Technology in Montreal on May 2015. The dome is 18 metres in diameter and 11.5 to 13m high, forms a 360-degree spherical projection screen and can accommodate up to 350 visitors. The sound system is made up of157 speakers in clusters of four around the perimeter of the dome, ... [read more]

La Naba al festival Terraforma
Una video installazione accoglie i visitatori del festival Terraforma, una realtà consolidata dell’estate musicale milanese arrivato alla quarta edizione. Situato dentro il parco di Villa Arconati, un raffinato edificio settecentesco in stile barocchetto lombardo è un weekend di musica nel verde, architetture sostenibili in legno, labirinti ... [read more]

Radical Contemporaneity
Marina Gržinic and Aina Šmid 35 years of work revisited (1982–2017) This exhibition encompasses the most significant body of works by the Slovenian artists Marina Gržinic and Aina Šmid developed over 35 years. Highly performative in the sense of producing the specific impact in current socio-political reality, their mode of production is ... [read more]

San Francisco Frozen Film Festival
The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival (SFFFF) is a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2006 that is dedicated to creating avenues for independent filmmakers, youth, filmmakers of conscience, and artists from underserved communities to come together and exhibit their work to the widest possible audience. The San Francisco Frozen Film ... [read more]

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