10th edition | 2016/2017
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Bad Video Art Festival
Oops, we do it again! II International Bad Video Art Festival OPEN CALL! The second edition of BAD VIDEO ART FESTIVAL will take place in Moscow, Russia, in spring 2018. We are looking for videos which are at the intersection of bad art, bad painting and bad cinema. We propose to study extreme forms of video art and single out certain video art ... [read more]

Moves#159 Nadja Abt 'Seafarers – Seefrauen'
A Staged Reading, A Film–screening, and Placards 17 October 2017 8:30PM Dear friends, We are delighted to have Nadja Abt as a guest at Image Movement. The maritime world interested me, as it is a world of gigantic automation, but also of persistent, isolated, anonymous, occult, a work of great solitude, where there is a huge dislocation ... [read more]

Womencinemakers 2018
Biennale For Women Filmmakers And Artists Deadline: 28 February 2018 Womencinemakers 2018 – Biennale For Women Filmmakers And Artists WomenCinemakers is now accepting submissions from female filmmakers, directors and producers for its biennial edition. WomenCinemakers opens up a new space for women directors to share their powerful films ... [read more]

Legacy of Video Art in Iceland
The video art pioneers, Steina and Woody Vasulka, are leaving an archive of their legacy at The Vasulka Chamber in The National Gallery of Iceland in Reykjavik. Read about their important role in the development of video art as a viable artistic medium beginning with their early days in New York City in the late 1960s with other influential ... [read more]

Ch’u Mayaa
Mayan motifs began popping up in Los Angeles architecture in the 1920s. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Art Park (completed in 1921) and the Mayan theater downtown (1927) are early examples of particular kind of Latin American influence in L.A. Clarissa Tossin takes up this curious relationship in her video “Ch’u Mayaa ... [read more]

Sabahattin Ali in videoart
sabahattin Ali's fur coat Madonna novel has been moved to ater with contributions of Vodafone Red for first time in world. The exclusive premiere game will meet ater lovers at Zorlu PSM Drama scene on October 26, October 30th and October 31st. The game, which will tour or provinces after Istanbul, will be staged in Germany, where part of story is ... [read more]
Over the Real
Over The Real nasce nel 2015 da un'idea di Maurizio Marco Tozzi e Lino Strangis. Dopo i successi delle due passate edizioni si appresta a tornare alla Galleria d'arte moderna e contempornea Lorenzo Viani di Viareggio per cinque giorni (dal 6 al 10 dicembre) dedicati alla Videoarte e alle culture digitali. Oltre alle proiezioni video di artisti ... [read more]

20th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil winners
In a ceremony held on the evening of October 8 at the Sesc Pompeia Theater, the 20th Contemporary Art Festival Sesc_Videobrasil gave out three acquisition awards for video works, a special prize money award and five artist residency awards. The awards, which aim to acknowledge and encourage the development of artists producing compelling work, ... [read more]

International Contemporary Animation and Media Art Festival LINOLEUM International Contemporary Animation and Media Art Festival (from English line and Latin oleum 'oil') is the biggest display of original animation in Ukraine. Apart from national and international competition programmes, the festival offers workshops and lectures held by the ... [read more]

Zlatko Cosic
Video artist Zlatko Cosic has called St. Louis home since 1997, but it was his experiences growing up and eventually fleeing the former Yugoslavia that have most influenced his work. After the war in his homeland started, he was kicked out of the university and his father lost his job just because of their nationality and religion. They were ... [read more]

Rembrandt and Pipilotti Rist have things in common?
What could this world-renowned 17th century Dutch Master have in common with pioneering video artist Pipilotti Rist? You'd be mistaken if you said that the Dutch Master, Rembrandt, and his coterie of buddies from the Dutch Golden Age had absolutely nothing in common with the pioneering Swiss video artist, Pipilotti Rist. Unlike past pairings of ... [read more]

MAMI Film Festival
Art In 36 Frames Per Second After the nuclear disaster in Fukushima in 2011, Philippe Rouy downloaded hours of surveillance footage from a live-cam available on the Tokyo Power Corporation's website. He also accessed feeds from drones and robots that were sent into the disaster site, a place hazardous to humans. This "toxic footage" was ... [read more]

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