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19 August 2012


video feature
Riga
Waterpieces Video Festival
2011-2012-2014

Riga



For Wilfried, Riga became relevant already immediately after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. One of his first travels to Eastern Europe were leading Wilfried to the Baltic countries, there was a direct train from Berlin to Riga. These train travels to the (former) Sovjet territory were quite exciting because of the different railway systems between Eastern and Western Europe – and on the Lithuanian border the train changed its weels in order to fit in the Sovjet weels system. It was a challenging time meeting Communist leaders still in power in a slowly changing political system. But a collaboration was established only many years later in 2011 when Wilfried was planning “CologneOFF 2011 – videoart in a global context” – Riga as a venue – and Waterpieces – Contemporary Art & Video Festival – run by the cultural organisation NOASS with its floating galleries. Wilfried’s programs were so huge and strong, standing in competition with other guest festivals like the prestigious Oberhausen Shortfilm Festival and Japan Media Art Festival, but the local curators and the audience liked only Wilfied’s ambitious videoart programs. Wilfried was really proud when people generally was disqualifying the Oberhausen Festival program as boring, because only some months earlier Mr. Glass, the Oberhausen Festival director had told Wilfried, The Oberhausen Festival would not collaborate with such festivals like Wilfried’s CologneOFF, and being honest Wilfried himself agreed that the selection from Oberhausen hadn’t that quality Wilfried ever would consider for selecting. So, in a certain way, Wilfried was the winner of the competition for the public’s favour in front of the magnificent medieval scenery of Riga.
The second major collaboration with Noass was taking place one year later in 2012 – A Virtual Memorial Riga 2012 – presenting the Shoah Film Collection – 1-30 June 2012 (topic of a previous article), and – today on 19 August 2012, is the final day of Waterpieces Festival 2012 presenting Wilfried’s selection of “Mexican Visions” – videoart from Mexico as the 2nd collaboration in 2012. In 2014, Wilfried will be the next time invited to contribute a screening program on occasion of the official cultural programs of “RIGA – European Capital of Culture 2014”. So, these four collaborations were really strong and good, thanks to the former NOASS president – Dzintarz Zilgalvis, who unfortunately retired meanwhile, and such changes introducing new, younger generations of organisers are representing always a kind of system change, where it is not completely clear, yet, to which direction this unique and very original cultural organisation NOASS is leading to. (??) Hopefully to a bright future!

Waterpieces Contemporary Art & Video Festival

*collaboration partner 2011-2014

NOASS – Riga/Lativia
is a multi-facetted cultural organisation & institution, organising, among other, the Latvian Videoart Archives, as well as the annual Waterpieces Contemporary and Video Art Festival.
NOASS was not only contributing a selection of young Latvian videoart to CologneOFF 2011 – videoart in a global context, but is hosting also in September 2011 – a presentation of CologneOFF 2011 in the framework of the Waterpieces Festival (8-10 Sptember 2011)

NOASS and Betanovuss

Culture and Arts Project NOASS” is a creative intelligence association that is in the eleventh year of its operating existence and is one of the oldest non-governmental arts and culture organizations in Latvia. NOASS’ goal is to participate in the formation of the Latvian and European cultural environment.
In the main, we support the realization of contemporary arts projects in an urban environment, making art part of the daily lives of residents of Riga and visitors to the city. We nurture the creativity of society and individuals. Furthermore, for several years now we have participated in the planning and programming of the contemporary arts forum, “White Night”, the annual “Riga City Festival” and the “International Museums Night”, as well as realizing a range of individual projects.
Prior to now, we have produced arts events linked to moving images as part of international cultural events like the “French Spring” (2007) and the “German Culture Month” (2008).
One of the most attractive projects we have been involved with is the “Garden of Light” which was created in 2008 with the support of the AB Foundation and Riga City Council and featured the participation of artists from Germany and Latvia. This art project proved to be extremely popular with viewers.
The partnership between NOASS and the New Riga Development Company resulted in the establishment of the Naive Art Museum of Latvia on Andrejsala in the autumn of 2006. This has provided the general public with an introduction to the work of masters of Naïve art in the context of modern art.

NOASS and Betanovuss

“Waterpieces” Contemporary Arts and Video Festival
The “Waterpieces” festival dates back to 2001. It’s an annual festival of video and contemporary art which consists of a competition for video works, as well as screenings of international programs thus providing a comprehensive insight into the latest works of contemporary art linked to the moving image. more >>
http://noass.lv/udensgabali

NOASS and Betanovuss

Noass Video Art Archive
The Latvian Video Art Archive has been created as the only national video art database. It is available for free and covers the entire history of Latvian video art from the late 1980′s through to the present day. The platform for the Latvian Video Art Archive  Database is the videoteque which has been established and built up over a number of years by Culture and Arts Project NOASS. Among the works to be found in the videoteque are:
• Latvian-French video art festival (1989-1995) archive (from the collection of art historian, Laima Slava); • Artists’ video works collated by exhibition; • Artists’ video works submitted individually from personal collections (1985 – 2009); • Selections of works compiled from the competition archives of “Waterpieces” international video and contemporary art festivals (2001- 2008).
To ensure that the collation of information is as complete as possible, materials are also drawn from other Latvian video art festivals (“2ANNAS”, “Ahūns”), diploma works and course works by students from Jānis Rozentāls Art High School, video works by students from the Latvian Art Academy, as well as a collection of those created by Culture Academy students. All of the works submitted have been reviewed by a group of experts. If the works are deemed to be good enough for inclusion in the archive, they are then systematized and archived. go to the archive >>>
http://livepage.apple.com/

NOASS and Betanovuss

Naive art museum of Latvia
The Museum operates during the summer season (from May until October).
Thanks to the partnership between Noass and the New Riga Development Company, the Naive Art Museum of Latvia opened on Andrejsala in the autumn of 2006.
The Naive Art Museum of Latvia has defined its operating goal as being the collection of works of naïve art, as well as their preservation, study and promotion. The Museum’s task is to preserve the cultural and historical heritage of naïve art for future generations and to use it to educate the general public. The Museum devotes particular attention to the identification and preservation of works by contemporary Latvian naïve artists including painters and sculptors and the establishment of core exposition of works at the Museum.
Based on the material that has been collected and researched, the Museum is implementing a wide ranging complex of educational measures. Since 2007, the Museum has focused on promoting works by Latvian naïve artists abroad (Fest Naive 2007, Fest Naive 2010 – Moscow). In 2007, the Museum was awarded the status of a State accredited museum. In February 2009, “Culture and Arts Project NOASS” was accepted into the Ministry of Culture’s Association of Professional Culture Organization which gives us the chance to apply for State grants to ensure public access to the Museum’s collection. more about museum >>
http://noass.lv/museum

NOASS and Betanovuss

Noass and Betanovuss
In 2008, NOASS celebrated the 10th anniversary of its launch. We marked this anniversary with the reconstruction of the BETANOVUSS floating gallery. With support from the construction company, “RE&RE” in 2008 NOASS has continued to establish a non-commercial contemporary culture centre whose centre of activity is based at two river boat platforms, “BETANOVUSS” and “NOASS”.
“BETANOVUSS” is a 197 m2 large floating stage with a 57 m2 amphitheatre where residents of Riga can see “small form” theatre exhibitions and contemporary dance performances and where various art genres freely interact.

NOASS and Betanovuss

A.Residence – Artist – In – Residence
In recent years, NOASS has expanded the locale of its activity to the former Port of Riga territory at Andrejsala. Since 2006, this has been the home of the Latvian Museum of Naïve Art and in the spring of 2009, we started work to create a residency house in this wonderful district which has become the heart of alternative culture in Riga. Andrejsala provides a vibrant environment where various exhibition openings, concerts and happenings take place. It’s a place where one can easily make friends among the local artists.
The residency’s goal is to provide artists with the chance to discover Riga, one of region’s most beautiful cities and its eclectic cultural life, thus inspiring them to create new works in the realm of visual arts, art criticism and literature. We also hope to develop the residency centre as an international meeting place where art professionals will have the chance to get to know one another, exchange ideas and create new joint art projects. Leveraging Riga’s geographical advantages, it is hoped to give artists the chance to discover the other Baltic States and their cultural life (Riga is sandwiched in the middle between Tallinn in Estonia and Vilnius in Lithuania).
• Duration: A week to several months.
• Founded: 2009
• Discipline: Visual Arts , Curating/Research, Media Art, Video art, Photography, Performance arts, Literature, Culture operators.
• Target group: International, National
• Deadline: 2 months before the start of the expected Residency. Applications can be sent all year long.

more about Residencies >>>http://livepage.apple.com/

NOASS and Betanovuss

International Cooperation
Until now, “Culture and Arts Project NOASS” has primarily focussed on supporting contemporary culture environment and experimental projects in Latvia, but for its goal in 2009, it has defined its goal as the integration of Latvian culture into the overall European cultural events cycle.
Since 2007, “Culture and Arts Project NOASS” has operated within the TEH- Trans Europe Halles – European Network of Independent Culture Centres. TEH supports a range of creative initiatives in the European Union and has a membership comprised of 50 culture and arts organizations from 26 countries.
Since 2008, “Culture and Arts Project NOASS” has functioned as a EVS – European Volunteer Services sending and hosting organization, thus promoting the mobility of young people who are interested in cultural and arts events among various public organizations. Also, NOASS is registered in PADOR database which is managed by EuropeAid. PADOR or “Potential Applicants Data Online Registration” is a recent applicant processing system introduced by European Commissions through EuropeAid to understand and maintain extensive information about NGOs requesting funds from it for collaboration projects with worldwide organizations.

Culture and Art’s Project NOASS
11.Novembra krastmala 35, Riga, LV-1050, Latvia

Phone/Fax: + 371 67703240
Home page:

www.noass.lv

*CologneOFF 2011


2011

CologneOFF 2011 Baltic Sea V – Riga (Lat)
@ Waterpieces Contemporary Art & Video Festival -8-10 September –

CologneOFF 2011 Baltic Sea, the tour through countries aroundthe Baltic Sea is additing in September 2011 another venue, i.e. Riga/Latia.

Floating Art Center Noass - Riga/Latvia

CologneOFF is happy to continue the cooperation with NOASS Riga/Lativia and collaborate with Waterpieces Contemporary Art & Videoart Festival taking place between 8 and 10 September 2011 at different venues in Riga the floadting art center NOASS and BETANOVUSS.

see also the feature on netMAXX – networked magazine
http://maxx.nmartproject.net/?p=209

CologneOFF 2011 is proud to present a wide range of new screening programs and curated selections form different countries.

CologneOFF2011_Riga PDF catalogue CologneOFF 2011 Riga – 8-10 September 2011

CologneOFF7 PDF catalogue CologneOFF VII – Beirut-Budapest-Riga – 31 Aug – 10 Sept 2011

Waterpieces Contemporary Art & Videoart Festival RIGA

Screening schedule

8 September – 20.30 – 23.00
CologneOFF VII

1. A Matter of identity

video
Rafael Blum (France) – Princess Dream: Manila, 2011, 3:00
Lena Nosenko (Ukraine) – Wait form me, 2010, 4:35
Cynthia Whelan (UK) – Selfportrait, 3:27, 2005
Ellen Wetmore (USA) – Portrait After Dora Maar, 2010, 2:00
Unnur Andrea Einarsdottir (Iceland) – Toilet, 2005, 5:00
Shigeo Arikawa (Japan) – Her Ironical Me, 2008, 15:00
Beatrice Allegranti (UK) – IN MY BODY, 2005, 4 min
Athanasia Leivaditou (Greece) – 1,6 S.M. OF LIFE, 2010, 7:12
Sinasi Gunes (Turkey) – Anatolia, 2009, 3:00
Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Silent Cry, 3:05, 2008
Fran Orallo (Spain) – The Life in White, 2006, 7:48

2. Inner War (50 min)
3. Mysterious Entanglements (50 min)

Installation
Videoart from the countries around the Baltic Sea

1. Germany curated by Agricola de Cologne / Poland curated by Antoni Karwowski
2. Russia curated by Vika Ilyushkina /Finland curated by Pekka Ruuska
3. Sweden curated by Jonas Nilsson/Eva Olsson / Norway curated by Margarida Paiva
4. Estonia curated by Raivo Kelomees/ Iceland/Denmark/Latvia/Lithuania curated by Agricola de Cologne

5. The Caucasians:
Solo – Irena Gabiani (Georgia)
Videoart from Armenia curated by Vahra Akimian

9 September – 20.30 -22.00
CologneOFF VII

1.CologneOFF / Art & the City

video
Albert Merino (Spain) – The City and The Other, 2010, 3:09
Johanna Reich ( Germany) – A State of Crystal, 2010, 3’19
Francesca Fini (Italy) – Oasis in The Desert, 2010, 5:05
Yuriy Kruchak, Yulia Kostereva (Ukraine) – The 7th of November, 2009, 3:36
Ana Brotas (Portugal ) – Okupa, 2009, 2:14
Alysse Stepanian (Iran) – Frey, 2009, 3:17
Ezra Wube (Ethiopia) – Amora, 2011, 2:26
Shahar Marcus (Israel) – Leap of Faith, 2010, 3:31
Sarah Mock (Germany) – Is there a way out, 2011, 3 :47
Liu Wei (China) – Hopeless Land, 2009, 7:28
Alexander Lorenz (Germany) – Digital is Better, 2011, 4:18
My Name is Scot (Canada) – Independence, 2011, 7:57
Ramon Suau Lleal (Spain) – Hoax, 2010, 4:23

1. Mirrors (45 min)
2. A Velvet Underground (45)

Installation

video
1. Black & White – CologneOFF VII – special selection

Pablo Fernandez-Pujol (Spain) – 142-143 – 2010, 2:10
Jeffrey Anderson Bliss (USA) – Telephone, 2010, 4:50
Casey McKee (USA) – Corporate Warfare, 2005, 3:32
Lemeh42 (Italy) – Cerca di mi, 2007, 4:53
Anthony Rousseau (France) – Climax, 2008, 1:00
Alexei DeBronhe (Belarus) – Sorry, I don’t hear your Drummachine, 2010, 04:05
Alexei Dmitriev (Russia) – Dubus, 2005, 4:09
Johnny Milner (Australia) – The Chest, 2007, 3:15
Roland Quelven (France), 8-Group, 2011, 8:00
Kevin Ryan (Ireland) – It’s More Important Than That, 2007, 5:06
Maria Canas (Spain) – The Toro’s Revenge, 2006, 2:24
Henok Getachew (Ethiopia) – Framed Embryo, 2008, 4:12
Octavian Federovici (Romania) – Empty Frame, 2010, 2:54

2. Still Fighting – Videoart from Africa
3. Solo Larissa Sansour/ Videoart from Palestine
4. Land-scaping – CologneOFF VII – special selection
5. Expression of Freedom – Ex- Sovietunion

10 September – 21.30 -22.30

1minuteCologne –
60×60 1 minute films (60 min)

4. One Minute Film Collection

video
01. Antony Rousseau (France) – Climax, 2005, 1:00
02. Sonja Vuk (Croatia) – Title: My Way, 2005, 1:00
03. AngelaWashko (USA) – Title: Give Stripes, Pretty Khaki, 2010, 1:00
04. Unity Art Nabiha & Thom (Germany) – Yellow Chain Dance, Penang Malaysia 2009, 1:00
05. Sahra Bhimji (USA) – Title: “La Ghost”, 2008, 1:00
06. Sreedeep (India) – 1 minute crash-course on SEDUCTION, 2009, 1:00
07. Ron Diorio (USA) – Title: Night Light, 2008, 1:00
08. Bill Domonkos (USA) – Title: Wormwhole, 2008, 1:00
09. Lukas Mateijka (Slovakia) – Title: 20m, 2008, 1:00
10. Simone Stoll (Germany) – Video title. The Crow, 2009, 1:00
11. Kika Nicolela (Brazil) – Title: Windmaker, 2009, 1:00
12. Harriet Macdonald (UK) – Title: Another Year Gone, 2008, 1:00
13. Alex Lora (Spain) – Video title: So Much Love, 2009, 1:00
14. Katherine Sweetman (USA) – Title: Dating in LA, 2009, 1:00
15. Kriss Salmanis (Latvia) – The Shower, 2007, 1:00
16. Mores McWreath (USA) – Title: The Egg, 2008, 1:00
17. Diogo Pessoa de Andrade (Portugal) – Gesture of Love, 2011, 1:00
18. Junho Oh (South Korea) – My identity by web application, 2010, 1:00
19. Ana Brotas/ Joana Gomes dos Santos (PT) – ABC whistling, 2012, 1:00
20. Karlos Alastruey (Spain) – Video title: S1-S4 reflections, 2010, 1:00
21. Jack Brandtman (Australia) – Title: Nightlife (2010, 1:00)
22. Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) – The Hope of Enduring Long, 2010
23. Antti Savela (Sweden) – Title: Mother, 2007, 1:00
24. Andrea Zrno (Croatia) – video title: Is this your language?, 2009, 1:00
25. Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Title: Burning Phantom, 2009, 1:00
26. Victoria S. Weible (USA) – Title: Memory, 2009, 1:00
27. Helena Alvesalo (Sweden) – Microfilm 5, 2012, 1:00
28. Lilia Perez Romero (Mexico) – video title: “Pills”, 2010, 1:00
29. Minso Kim (South Korea) – video title: Is this mine?, 2009, 1:00
30. Filip Jacobson (Poland) – Is it the end?, 2012, 1:00
31. Lemeh42 (Italy) – Title: Image de la Plaine, 2009, 1:00
32. Mohammed Harb (Palestine) – Death tunnel, 2011, 1:00
33. Kaspars Groshevs (Latvia) – Dots, 2007, 1:00
34. Adam Dragojevic (Serbia) – Title: Sweet Memory (2010, 1:00)
35. Gergely Erdely (Hungary) – Title: Myth (2010, 1:00)
36. Nikesh Shukla (UK) – Title: The Great Identity Swindle, 2009, 1:00
37. Nitin Das (India) – Title: Benefits of War, 2008, 1:00
38. Nenko Genov (Bulgaria) – Tomates Eat You, 2010, 1:00
39. Vera Todorova (Bulgaria) – video title: Video – II., 2010, 1:00
40. Alison Beda (USA) – Title: Just a Minute (2008, 1:00)
41. Hervé Constant (UK)- Title: 59 Steps (2006, 1:00)
42. Xiaowen Zhu (China) – Caroussel Travel, 2010, 1:00
43. Henry Gwiazda (USA) – Title: Claudia & Paul 4:55 p.m, 2009, 1:00
44. Fabrizio Bellomo (Italy) – The Most Beautiful View of Milan, 2011, 1:00
45. Olga and Tatiana Poliektova (Russia) – Inspiration, 2010, 1:00
46. Pramod Saahoo (India) – Video title: Wake Up Call, 2011, 1:00
47. Gruppo Sinestetico (Italy) – Title: anche un parole uccidona, 2007, 1:00
48. Veena Shekar (India) – We are different because we were made differently, 2009, 1:00
49. Myriam Thyes (CH) – Janus Goddess Flies over Malta , 2011, 1 :00
50.Hamza Halloubi (Morocco) –Title : Untitled, 2009, 1 :00
51. Basir Mahmood (Pakistan) – Dot in The Line, 2011, 1 :00
52. Pierre-Laurent Cassière (France) – Title: Mimnemesis, 2006, 1:00
53. Lin Fangsuo (China) – Title: White, 2008, 1:00
54. Katherine Oggier Chanda (CH) – Squeaky Clean, 2010, 1:00
55. Johanna Reich (Germany) – Blast, 2008, 1:00
56. Adrian Zalewski (Poland) – Title: I Once Wasn’t Dead, 2010, 1:00
57. Yin-Ling Chen (Taiwan) – Title: A Face, 2009, 1:00
58. Baptist Coelho (India) – Title: Crosslegged, 2008, 1:00
59. Drew Hamilton (USA) – Street Corner project, 2012, 1:00
60. István Rusvai (Hungary) – TitlE. Pass, 2009, 1:00

Installaton

1. lines, Colour & Emotions
– videoart from Latin America –
curated by VideoChannel Cologne

List of participants

video
Marita Contreras (Peru) – Via Crucis, 2008, 4:00
Javier de la Torre (Mexico) – Suennos Y Sustitutes, 2002, 6:34
Julio Orta Villarreal (Mexico) – Elena in the Prison of Herself, 2006, 6:58
Carlos Ruiz-Valarino (Puerto Rico) – Hosts / Guests, 2004, 7:50
Christian Bermudez ( Costa Rica) – Dear Neigbour, 2006, 7:00
Alejandra Villasmil (Ecuador) – Fanesca, 2010, 1:00
William Peña Vega (Colombia) – Zero Degrees, 2010, 3:00
Juan David Gonzalez Monroy (Colombia) – How To Catch A Mole, 2009, 9:00
Henrique Roscoe (Brazil) – Love Rules, 2007, 1:16
Silvia Cacciatori Filloy (Uruguay) – Prostituto, ta., 2005, 4:40
i2off.org+r3nder.net (Argentina) – Siembra: Videocode03 (2006, 4:09)

2. Videoart from Chile & Argentina & Indonesia
3. 20/20 & Home-made Videos – Hong Kong
4. Blackmail- Solo: Marianna & Daniel O’Reilly (UK)
5. Inner Ruling: Perceiving the Real – videoart from Asia

Photo documentation
courtesy by NOASS & Alise Vetrova ©

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Waterpieces Festival

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Noass & Betanovuss

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Screen in front of the magnificent panorama of RIGA

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Screen in front of the magnificent panorama of RIGA

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
CologneOFF 2011 installation

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
CologneOFF 2011 installation

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
CologneOFF 2011 installation – introduction by Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
CologneOFF 2011 installation

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
CologneOFF installation – introduction by Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Dzingars Zilgavis, Waterpieces festival director & Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Dzingars Zilgalvis, Waterpieces festival director & Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Dzingars Zilgalvis, Waterpieces festival director & Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Dzingars Zilgalvis, Waterpieces festival director & Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Dzingars Zilgalvis, Waterpieces festival director & Agricola de Cologne

Waterpieces Festival -  Noass - Riga/Latvia
Dzingars Zilgalvis, Waterpieces festival director & Agricola de Cologne

*CologneOFF 2012

CologneOFF 2012 Latvia II
@ Waterpieces Contemporary Art and Video Festival Riga 2012
16-19 August 2012

featuring
Mexican Visions
recent videoart from Mexico
a collaboration with Circuito Electrovisiones Mexico City
selection curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne

CologneOFF2012 Latvia II PDF catalogue CologneOFF2012 Latvia II – Mexican Visions @ Waterpieces Video Festival Riga – 16-18 August 2012

List of videos

video
Antonio Arango – COALESCENCIA, 2011, 9:17
Julian Bonequi – Variation33, 2010, 1:55
Karla Carballar – Rosa, 2010, 2:30
Juan Carlos Duarte Regino – Wired vegetable, 2009, 3:15
Ricardo Gonzalez – Chromatic Structures, 2011, 2:23
ICETRIP – Miguel Angel Estevez – WICCA, 2009, 2’ 35’’

video
Daniel Ivan – N.O.W., 2010, 4:56
Javier Ocampo Hernández – Todos somos Todos(Everyone is Everyone), 2011, 2:53
Julio Orta – Forgive Me Father, 2010, 3:39
Damián Ontiveros – The Sacrifice Book, 2011, 3:11
Eduardo Rangel – Columpio, 2010, 2:24

*CologneOFF 2014

CologneOFF 2014 Latvia

2014 – 10 Years Cologne International Videoart Festival
@ Waterpieces Art & Video Festival Riga/Latvia
http://www.noass.lv

@ RIGA 2014 – European Capital of Culture
15-17 August 2014

video
CologneOFF XP – Art in Urban Environments
selection curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne

List of videos
Albert Merino (Spain) –Visàvis, 2013, 5.05
Sinem Serap Duran (Turkey) – Adequate, 2012, 9:11
Julia Morgan (Canada) – Quiet City, 2012, 6:38
Alexander Callsen (Germany) – Gap Camp, 2013, 6:04
Evertt Beidler (USA) – Moves Manager, 2011, 4:09
Michael Murnau (UK) – Hanging On Me, 2012, 7:26
Bill Aitchison (UK) – Proletarian Dance 1, 2012, 4:50
Santiago Parres (EZO) (Spain) – Transit Zone, 2012, 7:45
Susanne Wiegner (Germany) – Just Midnight, 2010, 3:43
Belén Paton (Spain) – City of Caves, 2012, 06:45
Eric Osberg (Canada) – Chase, 2012, 3:20
Manuel Saiz (Spain) – Sic Transit, 2009, 5:00


Schedule for – 19 August

  • •Linoleum Animation & Media Art Festival Moscow – 10 July – 09 September 2012
  • • Digitraffic@Germany – SENEF 2005 – Seoul Net & Film Festival Seoul/South Korea – 01 July – 01 Sept.
  • • *Norwich Gallery – EAST’05 – Making Things Better – Norwich/UK – 02 July – 20 August
  • •Torrance Art Museum Los Angeles – 18 July – 5 September 2020
  • •IAM – Institut für Alles Mögliche Berlin – 09 July – 23 August 2020
  • •FONLAD Collection at MIDAC – Museo Internazionale Dinamico di Arte Contemporanea, Belforte del Chienti, Italy 1 – 30 August 09
  • •FILE – Electronic Language Festival Sao Paulo/Brazil – 27 July – 30 August 2009
  • •FILE – Hipersonica Festival Sao Paulo/Brazil – 27 July – 30 August 2009
  • •Now & After Videoart festival Moscow @ Museum of Moscow 1-23 August 2015
  • •Videoholica – August in Art Biennial Varna/BG – 8-15 August 2008
  • •FILE – Electronic Language Festival Sao Paulo/Brazil – 3-31 August 2008
  • •FILE 2008 – Hipersonica Festival Sao Paulo/Brazil 3-31 August 2008
  • *FILE – Electronic Language Festival Sao Paulo/Br 13/08 – 09/09 2007
  • *FILE – Electronic Language Festival Sao Paulo – 25/08 – 05/09 2006
  • FILE Hipersonic Festival Sao Paulo/Brazil – 13 August – 9 September 2007
  • *FILE – Electronic Language Festival Sao Paulo – 25/08 – 05/09 2006
  • Kansk International Video festival – 17-25 August 2012