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curators

video

Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
Director & chief curator – The New Museum of Networked Art
all curated projects


12 featured curators
12 streaming programs
streaming
Ezra Wube // Ethiopia - video - 2015
Berhanu Ashagrie, Betelhem Makonnen, Helen Zeru, Helina Metaferia, Maranta Tegegne, Marta Haile and Noregard, Miriam Haile & Tigrinya Wealth, Mulegeta Gebrekidan, Naod Lemma, Robel Temesgen, Yacob Bizuneh

Ezra Wube (Ethiopia)
1st Addis Videoart Festival 2015 – Grounded in Movement
videoart from Ethiopia

video

Berhanu Ashagrie, Addis Ababa, – “The-City-is-The-People” 7:21 min., 2013
Betelhem Makonnen, – (w)here is here, 2014, 02:35
Helen Zeru, – Inside Out, 2014, 4:17
Helina Metaferia, – The Newest Flower, 07:48, 2015
Maranata Tegegne, – My Backyard, 2011, 1:00
Martha Haile and Noregard, – You can’t eat money, 2014, 10:05
Miriam Haile, Tigrinya Wealth, – 2015, 09:38
Mulugeta Gebrekidan, – Inside Out, 2013, 2:58
Naod Lemma, – 360 Birtukanoch/ 360 Oranges, 2015, 14:57
Robel Temesgen, – Semone Himamat/ Holy Week, 2015, 2:01
Yacob Bizuneh, – Circle and Hollow, 2013, 3:19


Details-Synopsis-Screenshots-etc as PDF
AVAF_VideoEthiopia2015.pdf

Parya Vatankah // Iran // video //
Mozhgan Erfani, Roxy Farhat, Haleh Jamali, Azadeh Nilchian, Sara Niroobakhsh, Rojin
Shafiei, Golnaz Moshirian and Parya Vatankhah
Parya Vatankah (Iran) – Videoart from Iran 2019

streaming
Antonio Alvarado // Spain // video //
Fernando Baena, Beatriz Caravaggio, Joaquin Ivars, Antonia Valero, Juan Alcón
Antonio Alvarado (Spain) – Videoart from Spain 2004
video

1. Fernando Baena – In Memoriam, video, 2004, 3:20
2. Beatriz Caravaggio – Teeth Towers, video, 2004, 2:40
3. Joaquin Ivars – Te estamos robando (We are stealing from you), video, 2003, 2:20
4. Antonia Valero – without title
5. Antonia Valero 10 March (in collaboration with Laura Amigo)
6. Juan Alcón – Ego, video, 2003, 1:00

streaming
Isabel Aranda Yto // Chile - video // stream
Nestor Olhagaray, Klaudia Kemper, Aldo Peredo & Isabel Aranda Yto
Isabel Aranda Yto (Chile) – Videoart from Chile 2004
video

1. Néstor Olhagaray (CHile) – F16
2. Klaudia Kemper(CHile) – Noticiero – News 1′ 30”minutos – 2003
3. Aldo Peredo (Chile) – Each teen-ager has a price.
4. Isabel Aranda (yto.cl) – La “chiva” expiatoria. (Scapegoat)

Brcolis VHS // Brazil - video
Cassia Kellenah, Omar Emir Barquet, Neide Jallegeas, Fabio Oliveira Nunes, Brócolis VHS
Brocólis VHS (Brazil) – Videoart from Brazil 2005

Cassia Kallenah – Nàrkissos, video, 1999, 5:00
Omar Emir Barquet – Angelito, video, 2000, 2:00
Neide Jallageas – Entrevista (Interview), video, 2003, 5:00
Fabio Oliveira Nunes – Rua Sol, Flash video, 2004, 1:50
Brócolis VHS – Video Homeless System – Signature Project, video, 2003, 6:00

streaming
H. Figueroa-Sarriera & M. Ramirez-Aponte // Puerto Rico - video
Rafael Alcalá, Welmo E. Romero, Carlos Ruiz-Valarino
H. Figueroa-Sarriera & M. Ramirez-Aponte (Puerto Rico) – Videoart from Puerto Rico 2004
video

Artists:
Rafael Alcalá – Title of work: SMOKED, video, 2003, 3:00
Welmo E. Romero Joseph – Title of work : ½ POCILLO , video, 2003, 3:40
Carlos Ruiz-Valarino – Title of work HOSTS AND GUESTS, video, 2003, 2:40

Yarina Butkovska // Ukraine - video
Kateryna Babkina, Borys Pasichniy and Julia Pavlovska, Oleg Ushenko, Olexiy Koroshenko, Mykola Kondratenko, Max Flood, Svitlana Oleshko & Mykhaylo Barbara, Oksana Chepelyk, Yuriy Kruchak
Yarina Butkovska (Ukraine) – Beyond All Borders

List of videos

Kateryna Babkina (Ukraine) – Used to be Keys, 2007, 2:30
Kateryna Babkina (Ukraine) – No Sound, 2007, 1:50,
Borys Pasichniy and Julia Pavlovska (Ukraine) – Milk, 2007, 3:51
Oleg Ushchenko (Ukraine) – Genius, 2006, 1:25
Olexiy Khoroshko (Ukraine) – The Aim Of The Game, 2007, 4:20
Mykola Kondratenko (Ukraine) – Longing For Students, 2007, 3:47
MaxFlood (Ukraine) – Let’s walk More, 2007, 1:49
Svitlana Oleshko & Mykhaylo Barbara (Ukraine) – Stas Perfetsky is returning to Ukraine, 2005, 7:51
Viacheslav Poliakov (Ukraine) – Indoor-outdoor, 2007, 3:51
Oksana Chepelyk (Ukraine) – Shifting Time, 2004, 6:00
Oksana Chepelyk (Ukraine) – Urban Multimedia Utopia – UMU: 10:00, 2002
Yuriy Kruchak (Ukraine) – Showcase: 2:49, 2006
Juriy Kruchak (Ukraine) – Benas: 0:57, 2007

Calin Man // Romania - video
Romulu Budiu, Florin Hornoiu, Ioan Plesh, Alexandru Pecican, Emanuel Tet, George Sabu, Valentin Constantin, Iosif Stroia, Viorel Simulov, Ioan Galea, Calin Man, Mihai Pacurar, Mistik & 01, Artur Ditu, DSLX, KF


Calin Man (Romania) – Kinema Ikon
Kinema Ikon curated by Calin Man (2011)

1. Romulu Budiu – alone with snow / 1975 . fiction . 16 mm . bw . 8’04”
2. Florin Hornoiu – commuters / 1975 . doc . 16 mm . bw . 7’22”
3. Ioan Plesh – spring-coming effects / 1978 . anime . 16 mm . bw . 4’44”
4. Alexandru Pecican – subliminal exercise / 1979 . fiction . 16 mm . bw . 6’13”
5. Emanuel Tet – dynamic poem / 1978 . anime . 16 mm . bw . 4’31”
6. George Sabau – cutting ups / 1980-1985 . fiction . 16 mm . bw . 8’58”
7. Valentin Constantin – beginning of coherence / 1981 . fiction . 16 mm . bw . 8’46”
8. Iosif Stroia – self-portrait / 1984 . anime . 16 mm . bw . 5’47”
9. Viorel Simulov – manuscript / 1984 . anime . 16 mm . bw . 6’07”
10. Ioan Galea – study 1 – details / 1986 . fiction . 16 mm . bw . 4’56”
11. Calin Man – what’s happening / 1986-1994 . svhs . 1’02”
12. Mihai Pacurar – traktor / 2005-2010 . digital . 2’05”
13. Mistik & 01 – digital body / 2006 . digital . 4’44”
14. Artur Ditu – 9:40 a.m. / 2008 . digital . 1’55”
15. DSLX, 2005-2010 . digital . 01’23”
16. KF – new shooter out now / 2010 . digital . 2’15”

Sinasi Günes // Turkey - video
Sinasi Gunes, Nancy Atakan, Vicdan Nalbur Tasdemir, Fatih Balci, Burak Bedenlier, Ozge Yilmaz
Sinasi Günes (Turkey) – Videoart from Turkey 2005
Turkish Videoart 1
(turkey) 6 Sinasi Gunes, Nancy Atakan, Vicdan Nalbur Tasdemir, Fatih Balci, Burak Bedenlier, Ozge Yilmaz
Artists:

1.
Sinasi Gunes – The Middle Of Bridge, video, 2005, 2:30

Nancy Atakan
Bang!Bang, 2:40, 2005
Lace and Sabataic Prayer, 4:30, 2005
The wall, 2:08, 2005
YOK (No more), 2:10, 2005
Terminator, 1:40, 2005

3.
Vicdan Nalbur Tasdemir – Play-Toy-Illusion-Stage, video, 2002, 3:20

4.
Fatih Balci, “The Social Consciousness”video, 2002, 7:00

5.
Burak Bedenlier
Untitled, video, 2003, 4:30

6.
Ozge Yilmaz
Try, video, 2005, 1:50

Björn Norberg // Sweden - video
Petra Lindholm, Cecilia Lundquist, Jens Salander, Steven Dixon, Beeoff
Björn Norberg (Sweden) – Videoart from Sweden 2004
Swedish Videoart I
curated by Björn Norberg
His selection incorporates following artists: Beeoff, Jens Salander, Steven Dixon, Petra Lindholm and Cecilia Lundquist.

Jens Salander/Mikael Strömberg – The Collossos by the Sea, 2002, 10:00
Petra Lindholm – Wear the bazooka, 2003, 8:50
Cecilia Lundqvist – C, 2004, 3:46

Laura Chiari // Italy - video
Alessandro Orlandi, Speranza Casillo, Lorenzo Oggiani, Andrea Ferrara, Fiorella Nicosia, Polytimi Patapi, Gruppo Sinestetico (Albertin M. Perseghin M. Sassu A. Shimizu T.)
Laura Chiari (Italy) – Videoart from Italy 2004
Artists:
Alessandro Orlandi – Title of work Poetry without words
Speranza Casillo – Title of work Break on through
Lorenzo Oggiano – Title of work Multiple Trace Memories
Andrea Ferrara, Fiorella Nicosia, Polytimi Patapi – Title of work Spazio dell’Assenza
Gruppo Sinestetico (Albertin M. Perseghin M. Sassu A. Shimizu T.)

Abdo Nawar // Lebanon - video
Abdo Nawar (Lebanon) – Videoart from Lebanon 2011
Selection curated by Abdo Nawar, Beirut

Jihad Saade (Lebanon) – The Platoon, 2009, 2:45
Tarek Korkomaz (Lebanon) – Murder of a Moth, 2009, 1:02
Jad Beirouthy(Lebanon) – Brain Rape, 2009, 6:37

Gioula Papadopoulou // Greece - video
Riccardo Musoni, Jan Brand, Viva Grupetto Messanggeri, Ine von Boonhorst, Shahar Marcus
Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) III – Everywhere I go, I find me
Everywhere I go, I find me
curated by Gioula Papadopoulou / Festival Miden

1. Riccardo Muroni, LISIRI, Sardinia 2013, 7.34
2. Jan Brand, Viva Grupetto Messanggeri, Germany 2013, 4.44
3. Ines von Bonhorst, Standing Silence, UK 2012, 10.00
4. Jan Brand, Rosenthal, Germany 2009, 6.04
5. Shahar Marcus, 1,2,3 Herring, Israel 2011, 2.27

Raivo Kelomees // Estonia - video
Jekaterina Kultajeva, Kadri Erlenheim, Loore Emilie Raav, Maria Fuset, Martinus Klemet, Gerda Märtens, Mirja Majevski, Villem Jahu, Remo Randver, Stella Salumaa,Hannes Aasamets, August Sai, Oliver Laas, Hille Karm, Eleka Pajusaar
Raivo Kelomees (Estonia) – Videoart from Estonia 2011
Estonian Videoart – curated by Raivo Kelomees

Jekaterina Kultajeva -„Pohhui“, 6:12, 2008
Kadri Erlenheim – „Heroin“, 2:13, 2008
Loore Emilie Raav – „Art Means Beautiful Things“, 2:32, 2009
Maria Fuset – „How to Be a Performer“, 1:19, 2009
Martinus Klemet, Gerda Märtens – „Vee valamine/Water“, 1:14, 2008
Mirja Majevski, Villem Jahu – „Paper Cuts“, 3:46, 2007
Remo Randver – „I Live Here“, 2:02, 2010
Stella Salumaa – „OOO“, 2:44, 2009
Hannes Aasamets Soundperformance – „Adjustment/Readjustments“, 6:54
August Sai „MAP IS NOT THE TERRITORY“, 1:57
Oliver Laas “Morning At 225 Miles”, 3:01, 2008
Hille Karm „January 2010, temp -24C“, 4:43, 2010
Eleka Pajusaar „Untitled“, 0:48, 2010

videoraum.net // Spain - video
Empar Cubells, Pau Pascual Galbis, Juan Domingo Ferris, Gudrun Bittner
Videoraum.net (Spain)
Gudrun Bittner & Pau Pascual Galbis
(Videoraum.net)
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Artists:

Empar Cubells (Spain) – Infern Domèstic, video, 2003,
Pau Pascual Galbis (Spain) – Íncubo. Der Dämon der Liebe, video, 2004, 6:00
Juan Domingo Ferris (Spain) – El niño Viajero, video, 2004, 3:50
Gudrun Bittner (Austria) – A Dark Glimpse on the White Gloved Mouse, video, 2004, 5:00

listed curators from 50 countries
listed programs
Vahram Akimian // Armenia // video
Davit Kareyan, Diana Hakobyan, Gagik Ghazareh, Gayane Yeghiazarian, Sona Abgarian, Sonia Balassanian, Tigran Khachatrian, Vahram Akimian, Yegiazar Movsisyan
2011
Europe: Videoart from Armenia
Curated by Vahram Akimian
Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art

  • Selected videos
    Davit Kareyan – No Return, 2005, 10:12
    Diana Hakobyan – I Don’t’t Belive in Your Dreams, 2002, 3:15
    Gagik Ghazareh – So long my Homeland, 2009, 2:07
    Gayane Yeghiazarian – Faint, 2010, 3:57
    Sona Abgarian – Dance of Death, 2007, 6:30
    Sonia Balassanian – Smoothering The Cry of My Womp, 2000, 7:12
    Tigran Khachatrian – To the 90th of October, 2007, 12:14
    Vahram Akimian – Playground, 2008, 1:28
    Yegiazar Movsisyan – Untitled, 2007, 2:54
  • streaming
    Pedro Almeida & Sergio Gomes // Portugal // video
    António Olaio, Fernando José Pereira, Francisco Queirós, João Pombeiro, José Maçãs de Carvalho, Margarida Paiva, Paulo Mendes, Susana Mendes Silva and Vasco Araújo
    Pedro Almeida & Sergio Gomes (Portugal)
    Portuguese Videoart


    Fonlad Festival, Videolab Project Portugal and artvideoKOELN present
    Videoart from Portugal
    curated by Pedro Almeida, Sergio Gomes

    PORTUGUESE VIDEO ART | Videolab Project

    Following an invitation by Fonlad Festival and ArtvideoKoeln, Videolab Project created a special session dedicated to contemporary Portuguese videoart. The works of such artists as António Olaio, Fernando José Pereira, Francisco Queirós, João Pombeiro, José Maçãs de Carvalho, Margarida Paiva, Paulo Mendes, Susana Mendes Silva and Vasco Araújo portray the creativity and interdisciplinary character of Portuguese art and demonstrate the diversity of Portuguese contemporary video production.

    video
    António Olaio – “I Have Seen The Light”,5:25, 1999
    Fernando José Pereira – “permafrost (barentsburg)”, 9:13, 2009
    Francisco Queirós – “Peter Pan”, 4:52, 2007
    João Pombeiro – “Schizo”, 2:28, 2002
    José Maçãs de Carvalho – “To President (drinking version)”, 2:28, 2005-7
    Paulo Mendes – “The man with excessive memory”, 6, 2004
    Margarida Paiva – Erase, 2006, 3:28
    Susana Mendes Silva – “Undersound (Revisão de Os Verdes Anos de
    Carlos Paredes e Paulo Rocha)”, 1:40, 2004
    Vasco Araújo – “Polaroid”, 2:06, 2002
    Maria Lusitano – “Duettino”, 12, 2005
    Antonio Alvarado // Spain // video // stream
    Fernando Baena, Beatriz Caravaggio, Joaquin Ivars, Antonia Valero, Juan Alcón
    Marta Azparren, Isabel Pérez del Pulgar, Jesús de Frutos, Francisco Brives, claRa apaRicio yoldi, Magali Berenguer, Julia Juaniz
    Antonio Alvarado (Spain) – Videoart from Spain 2004

    1. Fernando Baena – In Memoriam, video, 2004, 3:20
    2. Beatriz Caravaggio – Teeth Towers, video, 2004, 2:40
    3. Joaquin Ivars – Te estamos robando (We are stealing from you), video, 2003, 2:20
    4. Antonia Valero – without title
    5. Antonia Valero 10 March (in collaboration with Laura Amigo)
    6. Juan Alcón – Ego, video, 2003, 1:00

    Antonio Alvarado (Spain) – WOW Spain 2017
    (spain) Marta Azparren (Spain) , Isabel Pérez del Pulgar (Spain) , Jesús de Frutos (Spain) , Francisco Brives (Spain) , claRa apaRicio yoldi (Spain) , Magali Berenguer (Spain) , Julia Juaniz (Spain)

    Artists/Videos
    list

    Marta Azparren (Spain) – Peso minuto, 2008, 1′.
    Isabel Pérez del Pulgar (Spain) – Opus Nigrum, 2014, 7′ 32”.
    Jesús de Frutos (Spain) – Volemos juntos, 2017, 2′.
    Francisco Brives (Spain) – Tebras, 2015, 3′ 15”.
    claRa apaRicio yoldi (Spain) – Fragmented Memory, 2013, 3′ 04”.
    Magali Berenguer (Spain) – Ludmila., 2017. 3′.
    Julia Juaniz (Spain) – Besos., 2016., 3′ 21”.

    http://wow.engad.org/antonio-alvarado-curator/

    Vera Antipova // Belarus - film
    Shenja Berline, Sergey Kolosovski, Natali Fi, Artem Lobach, Helen Yasinskaya
    Vera Antipova (Belarus) – Artvideo from Belarus

    1. Shenja Berline
    Miniatures /year 2010 /duration 04:45
    Vide /year 2010 /duration 06:21

    2. Sergey Kolosovski
    ŚWIATŁO/year 2011 /duration 01:49 /
    Return/year 2011 /duration 02:04 /

    3. Natali Fi
    Dance, Dance, Dance /year 2011 /duration 13:29

    4. Artem Lobach
    Twilight /year 2011 /duration 06:21
    Without you /year 2011 /duration 03:06

    5. Helen Yasinskaya
    Red Dream /year 2011/duration 4:20
    Headache/year 2010/duration 4:58

    Kisito Assangni // Togo - video
    Samba Fall, Saliou Traore, Douts Ndoye, Kokou Ekuagou, Michele Magema, Guy Wouete, Kisito Assangni
    Kisito Assangni (Togo) – Still Fighting

    Samba FALL (Senegal) – Oil man / 2008 / 1′00
    Saliou TRAORE (Burkina Faso) – Traffic Mum / 2009 / 10′33″
    Douts NDOYE (Senegal) – Train Train Medina / 2007 / 5′17″
    Kokou EKOUAGOU (Togo) – Time / 2010 / 2′00
    Michele MAGEMA (D.Congo) – Interiority-Fresco IV / 2010 / 2′31″
    Guy WOUETE (Cameroon) – Le dilemme divin / 2009 / 5′31″
    Kisito Assangni (Togo) Wall Dancing 2, 2008, 3:15

    Veronica d'Auria// Italy - video
    Lino Strangis
    AudioVisioni Digitali (Rome) – Curator: Veronica d’Auria
    –> Lino Strangis (Italy) – Wake Up From the Drift, 4:12, 2012

    Wilton Azevedo // Brazil - netart
    Andre Vallias, Chris Funkenhauser, Komninos Zervos, Tania Fraga
    Wilton Azevedo (Brazil)
    Wilton Azevedo
    > Director and curator of Interpoetry Festival and
    > Professor at Mackenzie University Sao Paulo (Brazil)

    > Artists :

    > 1. – Andre Vallias (Brazil)
    > 2. – Chris Funkhouser (USA)
    > 3. – Komninos Zervos (Australia)
    > 4.. -Tania Fraga (Brazil)

    Ivan Bachev // Bulgaria - soundart
    popcrash, skylined, navn
    Ivan Bachev (Bulgaria)
    http://soundlab.newmediafest.org/ed02bulgaria/
    Artists:

    1.
    name: popcrash – t_error
    work description: middleaged noisetrack composed entirely with field recordings
    2.
    name: skylined

    Title of work: one_happy_duck
    Title of work: a whrall

    3
    name: navn
    Title of work: malkovirtu
    Title of work: stre

    Raul Ferrera-Balanquet // Cuba/Mexico - netart
    Giselle Geiguelman, Ricardo Baez, Santiago Perez Alfaro, Eduardo Nava, Juan Devis & OnRamp Arts, Alex Rivera
    Raul Ferrera-Balanquet (Cuba) – netart 2004
    Director and curator of Interpoetry Festival and
    > Professor at Mackenzie University Sao Paulo (Brazil)

    > curatorial theme: “In[ter]venci�n”
    >artists:
    1. Giselle Beiguelman (Brazil)
    2. Ricardo Baez (Venezuela)
    3. Santiago Perez Alfaro (Mexico)
    4. Eduardo Nava (El Salvador/USA)
    5. Juan Devis and OnRamp Arts (Colombia/USA)
    6. Alex Riviera (Peru/USA)

    Branca Bencic // Croatia - netart
    Lunar, Zhel, Shirin Kouladije, Elena Stanic, Olja Stipanovic, Jelena Vukutic, Venesa Turcinhodzic, Petar Brajnovic, Tomislav Brajnovic
    Branca Bencic (Croatia) – 2004
    curator/art critic Pula (Croatia)
    > organiser and curator of “cinemania(c)” – Pula Film Festival (Croatia)

    > Artists: all Croatian

    > 1. Lunar
    > 2. Zhel
    > 3. Shirin Kouladije (Canada)
    > 4. Elena Stanic
    > 5. Olja Stipanovic
    > 6. Jelena Vukotic
    > 7. Vanesa Turcinhodzic
    > 8. Petar Brajnovic
    > 9. Tomislav Brajnovic
    > 10. Karo

    Igor Bosnjak // Bosnia - video
    Dragana Andjelic, Mladen Bundalo, Igor Bosnjak, Nenad Malesevic, Miodrag Manojlovic, Mladen Miljanovic, Dajan Spiric
    Igor Bosnjak (Bosnia-Herzegovina) – Videoart from Bosnia 2009

    namaTRE.ba project
    www.namaTRE.ba
    Trebinje, Bosnia & Herzegovina

    to be featured on VideoChannel

    namaTRE.na - Trebinje- Bosnia-Herzegovina

    namaTRE.ba project is established in Trebinje 2006. First part of this project, exhibition was screened at Fine Arts Academy in Trebinje on march 2007. This project is independent platform for contemporary art and its focusing on video//contemporary shortfilm// performance// photography and new media arts.

    namaTRE.na - Trebinje- Bosnia-Herzegovina

    The name of the project “namaTRE.ba” which means “we need” is actually a pun or a wordplay. The very idea and the name of the project “we need in TREbinje” speaks volumes about how much we need an event of this kind. Year 2007 namaTRE.ba I project was presented in Pilsen, Czech Republic at Mazhausen Pilsen Gallery. namaTRE.ba 2 is a video project which presents
    video, film and performance as well as experimental-collage mix new media works dealing with the eternal civillisation issues and problems, only this time within the given circumstances of contemporary social paradigms.

    namaTRE.na - Trebinje- Bosnia-Herzegovina

    The video project namaTRE.ba does not aim to become a large-scale international exhibition of significance, but to present annually
    the works of artists from the region and from the territories of the former Yugoslavia, as well as from the European and a wider global context which deal with the exploration of the art media and the field where this media exists.
    Year 2007 first namaTRE.ba 1 project identified and set boundaries on the scope and possibilities within the local context, the town of Trebinje, and last year second namaTRE.ba project is set to become an
    international and a traditional video festival.
    namaTRE.ba 2 has a thematic character, light motif is the human body. Most of the selected works deal with the problem of the human body and the mutual relations between bodies and their perception/reception. One group of works deals with this issue explicitly whereas another group treats the issue indirectly. The body as organism, the body as figure, the body as discourse, can be interpreted as an organic system, as an organ or the body of a whole which has or does not have a certain function, as a phantom limb, as an expression or reflection of a specific spiritual state of an individual / collectiveness. Last year, short selection, of namaTRE.ba II project was presented in Orebro, Sweden at Konsthall Orebro Gallery. This year 2009 upcoming namaTRE.ba 3 project will be presented in June in Cologne, Germany, as a part of a Video Channel.

    namaTRE.na - Trebinje- Bosnia-Herzegovina

    The history of video art begins at the exact moment when televisions are placed in sets as sculptor installations in a diapason ranging from a video sculpture to video installations, where in a way, video art in high style becomes a mainstream manifestation in museums and art galleries in the world. Through the history of video art numerous artists dedicated their work to experimental research and development of an aesthetic language which was built on the fact that the electronic medium has its own specific
    characteristics, often avoiding the form of narrative and journalistic conventions which, on the other hand, aim to offer a specific linear linguistic comprehension of the moving image.

    According to the poetics of the new media, a piece of work is read into and comprehended as a mutually dependent arrangement of a recipient’s body and the very work of art. According to the recent definitions of the poetics of the new media, a work of art has be come a flux. Flux as a flow of energy. The flow of energy or the intensity that a piece of work has on the body and vice versa. Flux between the body and the piece of work as a complex relation between situations, events, relations and flows in which various process esare involved, the bearers of the process as the systems of artificial and organic reactions or reflections.

    namaTRE.na - Trebinje- Bosnia-Herzegovina

    In the meantime, mankind has become immune to the moving images of pain, suffer ing, degradation and brutality since it is being exposed to them via information canals of contemporary society. It has become too boring. It has been realized that the attention span, the possibility for visual perception, is progressively declining and the appetites for
    new visual sensations are increasing exponentially. The possibilities for raising the levels of knowledge and perception as well as concentration are constantly experiencing erosion by fluxes of interference signals. Equalizing the importance of all images on the air creates a state of visual entropy where everything is in movement, in fluctuation, and theim
    ages in rapid shifts lose or gain in their importance and meaning. What dominates is the ene rgetic pulsing of all visual media within which it is very difficult or hardly possible for video art to find a firm base from which or opposite which it stems, because in this reality it is all about appearances and phantasms.

    namaTRE.na - Trebinje- Bosnia-Herzegovina

    Consequently, the new media art and digital art present visual challenges for the classical notion of film or a piece of video work. Delez and Gatari offered an image of anoccurrence involved in a work of a machine. What they offered is the theorization of the impact of the work itself opposite what the work can offer. They also offered a shift in the interpretation of the meaning: a harsh exposure of the body to the impact, instead of an intellectual coding and theoretical decoding of public, intimate, artistic or any other meanings.

    Igor Bosnjak
    artist and video curator
    www.igorbosnjak.com

    Video Art from Bosnia-Herzegovina

    Video Art from Bosnia-Herzegovina

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    featuring
    Dragana Andjelic, Mladen Bundalo, Igor Bosnjak
    Nenad Malesevic, Miodrag Manojlovic
    Mladen Miljanovic, Dajan Spiric

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    Abir Boukhari // Syria - video
    Adnan Jatto, Fadi hamwi, Hiba Aizouk,Giwan Khalaf, Maha Shahine, Nisrine Boukhari, Razan Mohsen, Raed Zeino, Ruba Khweis
    Abir Boukhari (Syria) – videoart from Syria 2011

    Adnan Jatto – I am Twelve, 2010, 1:30
    Fadi Hamwi – Artificial, 2010, 2:11
    Hazem Hamwi – Cold Breathe, 2010, 4:21
    Hiba Aizouk – Corners, 2010, 4.19
    Giwan Khalaf – Female, 2010, 1:29
    Maha Shahine – Frame, 2010, 1:35
    Nisrine Boukhari – Accident, 2010, 2.42
    Razan Mohsen – Paralization, 2010, 1:24
    Raed Zeino – He & She, 2010, 1:15
    Ruba Khweis – Stereotype, 2010, 00.59

    streaming
    Vince Briffa // Malta - video
    Vince Briffa, Austin Camilleri, Pierre Portelli, Mark Mangion
    Vince Briffa (Malta) – Maltese Videoart 2005

    video

    Vince Briffa – Spiral 3 videos, 2004
    1. Athlete
    2. Guardian
    3. Mock
    Austin Camilleri – Lonesome death of Hattie Carrol, 2004, 3:06
    Pierre Portelli – ILMA, 2005, 6:00
    Mark Mangion – Flyonyounggirl, 2004, 12:31

    Maite Camacho & Mario Gutierrez Cru // Spain - video
    Esther Achaerandio, Izaskun Álvarez, Fernando Arrocha y Ángela Cuadra, Maite Camacho, Alberto Chinchon, Félix Fernández Fernández, Mario Gutiérrez, Sergio Ojeda
    Maite Camacho & Mario Gutierrez Cru (Spain)
    DVD Project curators: Maite Camacho & Mario Gutiérrez Cru
    Esther Achaerandio – self-help exercise I: the power of words, 2:11, 2007
    Izaskun Álvarez – The chewing gum video, 4:58, 2007
    Fernando Arrocha y Ángela Cuadra – Intruso TV, 0:58, 2006
    Maite Camacho – Buscando la postura, 2007, 7:38 min.
    Alberto Chinchon – Still life, 7:08, 2007
    Félix Fernández Fernández – Test 5: on love, 5:30, 2007
    Mario Gutiérrez – Registros: travesia de belén, 4:37, 2007
    Sergio Ojeda – La ilusión de Victoria, 9:44, 2007
    UnaiRequejo – OeOe,9:24,2006
    Alvis Choi // Hongkong - video
    Thickest Choi, TAM Tat Wah, Ernest Fung, Ellen Pau, VJ Ferreous, ahshun aka bjornho
    Alvis Choi (Hongkong) 2011

    20/20 Videoart from Hongkong curated by Alvis Choi
    Thickest Choi – Complaint Song of Hong Kong / 4:50 / 2009
    TAM Tat Wah – I Need to Get a Job/ 3:39 / 2006
    Ernest Fung – Ninety Five / Two or Three/ 5:30 / 1995
    Ellen Pau – TV Game of the Year/ 5:30 / 1990 /
    VJ Ferrous – Policy Address / 4:47 / 2009 /
    ahshun aka bjornho – I Love the Country But Not the Party / 1:

    Caterina Davinio // Italy - netart
    Panos Kouros, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Cristina McPhee
    Caterina Davinio (Italy)
    curator of video exhibitions,
    > also media artist (Rome/Milan, Italy)

    > Artists:

    > 1. – Panos Kouros (Greece)
    > 2. – Jennifer and Kevin McCoy (USA)
    > 3. – Christina McPhee (USA)

    Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos & Gioula Papadopoulou // Greece - video
    Ioanna Myrka, Giorgos Dimatrakopoulos, Dmitris Gakis, Guy yiatzhaki, Tilman Kuentzel, Claudio Stellato, alessandro Vitali, Ivar Smedstad, Jean Gabriel Periot, Nicolas Wiese, Gioula Papadopoulou, Bryan Lauch & Petra Pokos, Makis Faros, Anna Woch
    Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos & Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) – Less – Time – Less
    Less- Time – Less (2011)
    curated by Gioula Papadopoulou & Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos

    Ioanna Myrka (Greece) Frustration, 2006, 1.55
    Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos (Greece) , Tiga Nekra,-2009, 4.45
    Lukas Matejka (Slovakia) , 20m, 2008, 1.00
    Dimitris Gakis (Greece) Four Elements Groove, 2009, 3.11
    Guy Yitzhaki (Israel) , Liquidation, 2009, 3.00
    Claudio Stellato (Belgium) , The Attic, 2008, 2.40
    Tilman Kuentzel (Germany) , Dave, 2008, 4.00
    Alessandro Vitali,(Italy) Genesis, 2007/08, 8.35
    Ivar Smedstad, (Norway) mekanisk ↔ organisk, 2009, 5.06
    Jean-Gabriel Periot (France) Nijuman no borei , 2008, 7.30
    Nicolas Wiese (Germany) , Luftkreuz Lullaby, 2007/08, 6.50
    Gioula Papadopoulou (Gr, Brown study portraits #1: 2009, 1.35
    Bryan Lauch & Petra Pokos (Slovenia) , X, OM, 2009, 1.53
    Makis Faros (Greece) , Lebensweisheitsspielerei , 2009, 3.13
    Anna Woch (Canada),Last message from Mr Cogito, 2009, 4.30

    Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos & Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) – Global Art & Moving Images Awards

    Simone Dompeyre // France - video
    Sylvie Denet, Marie Minot, Erwan soumhi, Natalie Joffre, Gerard Cairaschi, Agnès Quillet, Jonas Schloesig, Johanna Vaude, Siegfried Breger, Les Sœurs H

    Simone Dompeyre, curator & director of Toulouse Video Festival

    .
    Mémoire (Memory)
    – Sylvie Denet – Train Un (03:30)
    – Marie Minot – Tropical Amnesia (05:03)
    – Erwan Soumhi – Le Bateau de Thésée (02:28)
    – Nathalie Joffre – He told me that his garden (09:30)
    – Gérard Cairaschi – Magia (06:36)


    Je est un autre

    – Agnès Quillet – Paysage (00:59)
    – Jonas Schloesing – Je ne suis personne (05:55)
    – Johanna Vaude – Inner Stranger (05:00)
    – Sigfried Bréger – Catleyas (07:01)
    – Les Sœurs H – La Vie de Fraulein Erzebeth est une sorte de chaos organisé (12:01)
    .
    http://wow.engad.org/simone-dompeyre-curator/

    Simone Dompeyre,
    multidisciplinary university education with diplomas and competitions in Philosophy – PhD Thesis in Modern Letters – Capes Aggregation in History of art with endorsements.
    Professor of film analysis and semiology of the image; Lecturer for the first Net-based teaching, the first to be done with Chat: Aesthetic and Audiovisual and Aesthetics and Multimedia.
    Jury of university exams and competitions. Jury of Scenario and comic strip. Jury of Film, short film, feature films, video art, intermediality.
    Numerous articles on stage direction, experimental art. Articles for websites or artists’ exhibitions.
    Founder of Traverse Vidéo in 1997 in Toulouse/France of which she is the president and art curator for about fifteen places, several cities and interventions here and elsewhere –
    she curates two screening programmes for The W:OW Project


    Zoe Drayton // New Zealand - soundart
    Antony Milton, Joyoti Wylie, Adam Willets, audible3, Tim Coster
    Zoe Drayton (New Zealand)

    Artists

    1.
    Antony Milton
    Title: Gilgit (& Bill Git)
    “(sourced from…)Based on a walkman recording from Gilgit, Pakistan, 1999. Hotel room with bat, my girlfriend asleep (was 4 am) and 1st call to prayer echoing back from mountain ranges. That day I got angry when an internet connection kept failing”

    2.
    Joyoti Wylie
    Title of work: ume
    The piece I’m sending I would like to be listened to through headphones
    while the participant stands in front of a piece of paper on the wall with
    the writing in pencil ” make a continuous circle on a piece of paper untill
    there is a hole”

    3.
    Adam Willetts
    Title of work:
    1.Little_start_1
    2.Little_start_2

    4.
    audible3
    Title of work: expedition

    5.
    Tim Coster
    Title of work:
    Home of institutionalisation
    .

    Giogio Fedeli // Italy - video
    Alessandra Arno’, Elena Arzuffi, Barbara Brugola, Pascal Caparros, Iginio De Luca, Pietro Mele, Patrizia Monzani, Christian Niccoli, Matteo Pasin, Cristina Pavesi, Sabrina Sabato, Enzo Umbaca
    Giorgio Fedeli (Italy) – http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=1906
    Memory & Identity 2009

    Alessandra Arno’ – Play, 1:03, 2008
    Elena Arzuffi – Domestic parkour, 04′ 32″, 2007
    Barbara Brugola – Zone lost, 08′ 30″, 2008
    Pascal Caparros- CORPUS, 06′ 04″, 2007
    Iginio De Luca – “ Autofocus” (2006) – 04’10”
    Pietro Mele – “Ottana” (2008) – 11’46”
    Patrizia Monzani – “Stadt-Fisch” (2006) – 05’00”
    Christian Niccoli – Escalating perception/the gaze, 2004
    Matteo Pasin – “Disappear” 2006- 03’41”
    Cristina Pavesi – “Ore 13 (High Noon)” (2006) – 02’36”
    Sabrina Sabato – “ Il dondolo (The swing)” (2002) 05’00”
    Enzo Umbaca – “Soffri” 2002 07’59”

    Marina Fomenko // Russia - video
    Marina Fomenko, Lyuba Sautina, Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Anastasia Levina, Dmitry Bulnygin, Konstantin Krylovsky
    Roman Mokrov, Marina Fomenko, Haim Sokol, Marina Chernikova, Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Dmitri Bulnygin
    Marina Fomenko (Russia) I – Natural Unnatural
    (russia)Marina Fomenko, Lyuba Sautina, Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Anastasia Levina, Dmitry Bulnygin, Konstantin Krylovsky

    WOW Russia – Natural Unnatural
    curated by Marina Fomenko

    Marina Fomenko (Russia) – Whence Winter Came to Us, 2012-2015, 4:30
    Lyuba Sautina (Russia) – Plastic Flowers, Russia, 2016, 2:30
    Alexandra Mitlyanskaya (Russia) – A Bus, 2014, 5:49
    Anastasia Levina (Russia) – Universal Memory Cells, 2014, 7:19
    Dmitry Bulnygin (Russia) – Neither Fish, nor Slaves, Russia, 2015, 5:00
    Konstantin Krylovsky (Russia) – A Letter to Lucy, 2016, 2:35

    Marina Fomenklo (Russia) II – Urban Process II
    Urban Processes 2
    Curated by Marina Fomenko

    Roman Mokrov, Never Ending Story, 2011, 6:50
    Marina Fomenko, The Depot, 2012, 5:10
    Haim Sokol, Witness, 2011, 3:50
    Marina Chernikova, Info Surfing/Moscow 2, 2012, 1:30
    Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Babylon 2010, 2010, 5:00
    Dmitry Bulnygin, Bad Carma, 2010, 6:27

    Marina Fomenko (Russia) III – Implication

    Darko Fritz // Croatia - video
    Vladislav Knežević, Edita Pecotić, Helena Bulaja
    Darko Fritz (Croatia)
    Vladislav Knežević, ARCHEO 29, 2010, format: 35mm, duration: 9’30”
    Edita Pecotić – Time to Go Home (Final Hour), 2006, 1’12”
    Helena Bulaja – Mechanical Figures_Inspired by Tesla, 2005, 11 min
    Andrea Gabriele // Italia - video
    Luigi Pagliarini, Bianco-Valente, Emanuela Barbi, Ivan Divanto, Marco Antonecchia, Ruby Calls, Gaetano Carboni, Andrea Straccini, Marita Cosma
    Biography of You –
    curated by Andrea Gabriele – 2012, 22:12

    Luigi Pagliarini (Italy) – Simian Creases,
    Bianco-Valente (Italy) – DiffenrtPlace, Different Time,
    Emanuela Barbi (Italy) – Yesterday I saw You, Dance of the Mermaids,
    Ivan Divanto (Italy) – The same experiment as You,
    Marco Antonecchia (Italy) – Recording Solo,
    Ruby Calls (Italy) – Outside,
    Gaetano Carboni, Andrea Straccini,Marita Cosma (Italy) – I am looking at you,

    Ruben Garcia // Spain - soundart
    Coeval, Xabi Erkizia, Roc Jiménez, Feran Fages, Rubén García
    Rubén García (Spain)
    Edition V
    soundSTORY
    sound as a tool for storytelling

    Rubén García (Valencia/Spain), also curator for Observatori festival Valencia, curates a contribution of soundart from Spain

    featuring these 5 artists

    Coeval (Madrid)
    Xabi Erkizia (Basque Country)
    Roc Jiménez (EVOL) (Barcelona),
    Feran Fages (Barcelona)
    Rubén García (Valencia)

    Mario Gorni & Giorgio Fedeli // Italy - video
    Michaela Formenti, Alberto Guidato, Francesco Lauretta Adriano La Licata, Christian Niccoli
    Alessandra Arno, Elena arzuffi, Barbara Brugola, Iginio De Luca, Maria Korporal, Sabrina Sabato, Natalia Saurin
    Mario Gorni & Giorgio Fedeli (Italy) – Italian Character , A National Art Moleskine
    ITALIANIAN CHARACTER, A NATIONAL ART MOLESKINE

    Care/of video selection
    Michela Formenti – Senza respiro e voce [breathless and voiceless], 7’13”, 2005
    Alberto Guidato – Fratelli d’Italia – 1’30”, 2002
    Francesco Lauretta – Condizioni marginali [marginal conditions], 9’03”, 2002
    Adriano La Licata – il tradimento del ponte [the bridge’s betrayal], 4’00”, 2008
    Christian Niccoli – Planschen, 5’05”, 2008

    VisualContainer video selection
    Alessandra Arnò – One shot, 0’42”, 2003
    Elena Arzuffi, Domestic parkour, 04′ 32″, 2007
    Barbara Brugola – Fingers 2.0, 2′ 25″, 2009
    Iginio De Luca – L’urdemo emigrante, 2’45”, 2008
    Maria Korporal – Passing by 07′ 39″, 008
    Sabrina Sabato – Tr-E2.flv, 18′ 00″, 2003
    Natalia Saurin – Dance dance dance, 4’20”, 2009

    Silvio de Gracia // Argentina - video
    Ricardo Pons, Gustavo Galuppo, Léon Ferrari, Ar Detroy
    Gustavo Galuppo, Marcela Rivera, Gabriela Alonso, La Nariz en la Taza
    (Soledad Sánchez Goldar and Luciana Césari), Ricardo Rojstaczer, silvio de gracia
    Silvio de Gracia (Argentina) – Videoart from Argentina 2005
    Ricardo Pons, Gustavo Galuppo, Léon Ferrari, Ar Detroy

    Silvio de Gracia (Argentina) – Argentinian Dreamers 2011
    Gustavo Galuppo
    biography http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=875

    Title of work: La progresión de las catástrofes (Progression of disasters).
    Year: 2005
    Duration: 8’ 57”
    Concept and production: Gustavo Galuppo. Music: Vera Baxter.
    Synopsis: In “Progression of disasters” Galuppo articulates images taken from the history of cinema and from more intimate environment, creating a poetic work, complex, with singular richness formal exploring incisively the nature of the images, the love and the look.

    2.
    Marcela Rivera
    biography http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=4065

    Title of work: Creo que mis ojos deberían tener alas (I think my eyes should have wings)
    Year: 2007
    Duration: 3’ 8”
    Concept and Performer: Marcela Rivera
    Synopsis: This video is a record of a visceral and poetic performance, which refers to death, eternity, and the fragility of time and body.

    3.
    Gabriela Alonso
    biography http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=4067

    Title of work: Leche (Milk)
    Year: 2006
    Duration: 3’ 43”
    Synopsis:
    A woman plays with milk. This video shows a performative exercise fun and refreshing, nice and innocent. Perceptions and internal and external sensations are interpreted and represented himself in the mind, under the influence of pleasure / displeasure.

    4.
    La Nariz en la Taza
    (Soledad Sánchez Goldar and Luciana Césari)
    biography http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=4069

    Title of work: Transformaciones (resistencia / confianza / reencuentro)
    Year: 2006
    Duration: 5’ 59”
    Synopsis: This video explores the concepts of trust and emotional encounter between people, through the metaphors of the passage and the fall. The message is clear but intense: after all the tragedies and isolation only can saves us the contact with another human being.

    5.
    Ricardo Rojstaczer
    biography http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=4071

    Title of work: Southward Bound
    Year: 2005
    Duration: 3’ 35”
    Synopsis:
    Back in my homeland, Argentina, after a long absence. In a dream state, going south towards a reunion, not knowing wether it will be a happy one or a menace. Is someone waiting to take me back, into his arms? Will it hurt?
    The sountrack was made with alterated fragments taken from Piazzola’s work.

    6.
    Silvio De Gracia
    biography http://and.nmartproject.net/?p=528

    Title of work: Via Crisis
    Year: 2007
    Duration: 2’ 49”
    Concept, cam and editing: Silvio De Gracia
    Synopsis:
    From a simple pun with the Christian VIA CRUXIS, the video builds a reflection about the loss of faith and about an opposition between light and darkness within the religious field. A Christ who shifts ambiguously between life and lifelessness and who goes from semi-darkness to the abyss, ends up being buried, this referring to the definite closing down of a religion which is connected with intolerance and violence.

    Mario Gutierrez Cru // Spain - video
    Alex Frances, Andres Senra, EstherAchaerandio, Mario Sarramian, Nadamasmate, Queralt Lencinas, Emilio Tome
    Mario Gutierrez Cru (Spain)

    Alex Frances, Andres Senra, EstherAchaerandio, Mario Sarramian, Nadamasmate, Queralt Lencinas, Emilio Tome

    Gita Hashemi // Iran - netart
    Jaromil, Mireille Store, Hardpressed Collective, Threadbare Coalition, Haleh Niazmand
    Gita Hashemi (Iran/Canada) – netart 2004

    1. Jaromil
    2. Mireille Astore
    3. Hardpressed Collective
    4. Threadbare Coalition
    5. Haleh Niazmand

    Anna Hatziannaki - netart
    Makis Faros, Dimitris Zouroudis, Babis Venetopoulos, Thanasis Beroutsos, Viki Betsou, Joyce Charis
    Anna Hatziannaki (Greece) – netart 2004
    Art Hstorian, New Media curator, curator of www.artopos.org,
    >co-orginizer of E-magic Festival (Cyber Media Events)

    > Artists: all Greek

    > 1. -Makis Faros
    > 2. -Dimitris Zouroudis
    > 3. -Babis Venetopoulos
    > 4. -Thanasis Beroutsos
    > 5. -Viki Betsou
    > 6. -Joyce Charis

    Fran Illich // Mexico - netart
    Ivan Monroy-Lopez, kdag, Judith Villamayor, Regina Celia Pinto
    Fran Illich (Mexico) – netart 2004

    1. Ivan Monroy-Lopez (Mexico)
    2. kdag (Colombia/Spain)
    3. Judith Villamayor (Argentina)
    4. Regina Célia Pinto (Brazil)

    Vika Ilyushkina // Russia - video
    Julia Zastava, Nikolay Kurbatsky, Olga Jitlina, Anton Hlabov, Andrey Ustinov, Natalia Nikolaeva, Kyrill Shuvalov, Masha Sha, Yuri Vasiliev, Maksim, Shishev, Veronica Rudyeva-Ryazantseva
    Vika Ilyushkina (Russia) – Videoart from Russia 2011
    Russian Videoart – curated by Vika Ilyushkina
    Julia Zastava -Son of King / / 2008 / 4:29 min.
    Nikolay Kurbatsky – Little Black / / 2008 / 1:51 min.
    Olga Jitlina – I want to live through your death / / 2009 / 5:44 min.
    Anton Hlabov – Storage / / 2009 / 2:20 min.
    Andrey Ustinov ,Natalia Nikolaeva – Expulsion from the Paradise / 2003 / 2:01
    Kirill Shuvalov – Vertigo / / 2003 / 1:43 min.
    Masha Sha – Never ending / / 2005 / 2:12 min.
    Yuri Vasiliev – Mom / / 2002 / 0:55 min.
    Maksim Svishev – Feedback / / 2009 / 5:42 min.
    Veronica Rudyeva-Ryazantseva – Purification / / 2008 / 4:30 min.
    Julian Jonker // South Africa - soundart
    Brendon Bussy, Garth Erasmus, Neo Muyanga, James Webb & James Sey, James Webb, Righard Kapp, Brydon Bolton, Julian Jonker
    Julian Jonker (South Africa
    http://soundlab.newmediafest.org/curated-feature-south-africa/
    Edition V
    soundSTORY
    sound as a tool for storytelling

    The curatorial contribution of soundart from South Africa curated by the Cape Town based Julian Jonker ….

    featuring soundart works by

    Brendon Bussy
    Garth Erasmus
    Neo Muyanga
    James Webb & James Sey
    James Webb
    Righard Kapp
    Brydon Bolton
    Julian Jonker

    John Kannenberg // USA - soundart
    Glenn Bach, Thanos Chrysakis, Lee Kwang Goh, Neil Jendon, John Kannenberg, David McKenzie, Malte Steiner
    John Kannenberg (USA)

    Artists:

    Glenn Bach (USA) – Title of work – 1 slice interlude / 2 gravid

    Thanos Chrysakis (Greece)
    Title of work – 1 Poém neuromnimonique
    Poém neuromnimonique is realized as a microacousmatic response to Chris Marker’s experimental film masterpiece «La Jetée».

    Lee Kwang Goh (Malaysia) – Title of work – 1 TheSurfaceOfTheMemory / 2 TheConceptOfViolence

    Neil Jendon (USA)- Title of work, The Rest Is Pretty Much Like This

    .
    John Kannenberg (USA)- Title of work For Spalding Gray (in memorium)

    David McKenzie (USA) – Title of work – 1 northwest to Harvard / 2 selmara
    these pieces composed and recorded August 2004

    Malte Steiner (Germany) – Title of work – 1 Soundmirror/ 2 whoami

    Antoni Karkowski - video
    Urszula Kluz_Knopek, Krzysztof Kuźnicki, Diminik Pabis, Kamil Smuga, Alicja Zebrowska, Antoni Karwowski
    Antoni Karwowski (Poland) – Videoart from Poland 2011

    Urszula Kluz-Knopek (adija) – To be a Wife, year 2010, duration 3:24
    Krzysztof Kuźnicki – Look(s) like, year 2010, duration 3:52
    Dominik Pabis – Game, year 2004, duration 6:05
    Kamil Smuga – The same , year 2010, duration 8:55
    Alicja Zebrowska – Metatrauma, year 1998, duration 3:11
    Antoni Karwowski – Timmervik, Year 2010, duration 3:38

    Kolektiva // Slovenia - video
    Ana Grobler, Spela Pavli, Tomaz Furlan
    Kolektiva (Slovenia)
    Kolektiva /Ljubljana (Vesna Bukovec, Metka Zupanič)
    Ana Grobler – Migraine, Year: 2007, Duration: 00:05:23
    Špela Pavli – In My Head 2, Year: 2009, Duration: 00:03:59
    Tomaž Furlan – Wear V-VIII, Year: 2008, Duration: 00:11:24
    Ana Čigon – One More Kick, Year: 2009-2010, Duration: 00:03:40
    Maša Jazbec – First Blood, Year: 2009, Duration: 00:01:20
    Nataša Skušek – Ekstaza, Year: 2005, Duration: 00:11:28
    Sašo Vrabič – Missing (Screens), Year: 2007, Duration: 00:02:38
    Maja Hodošček – Raw Material, Year: 2010, Duration: 00:17:20
    Nika Autor – Postcards, Year: 2010, Duration: 00:09:00
    Georgi Krastev // Bulgaria - video
    Valeri Chakalo, Georgi Krastev, Victor Petkov, Cvetan Krastev, Venelin Shurelov
    Georgi Krastev
    was born in 1986 in Varna, Bulgaria. He studied Psychology at the Varna Free University. In 2012 graduated at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria. Participant in Sarajevo Talent Campus 2013, Locarno Summer Academy 2011 (64th Locarno Film Festival), Berlinale Talent Campus 2011, Summer Media Studio 2009. Part from the International Jury of Avanca Film Festival 2013 in Portugal. Now he works as freelance filmmaker. His artistic practice focuses on filmmaking, video art, photography and media art. As an artist, he has presented his works in several exhibitions and festivals in Bulgaria and abroad. Also, he is a co-founder, director of The Quarantine Film Festival. The name of the region “The Quarantine” comes from the past when the sailors from commercial ships entering the harbor with suspicion of some kind of disease were taken ashore at the beach for the quarantine period of 40 days. In case they showed no signs of illness, they were allowed access to town. At present, the young artists who still have not found their realization are in the status of a “Quarantine” – isolated by the film makers’ circles. In analogy to the history of the location, we decided to organize a film festival for short films called “The Quarantine” for young authors (age 16 – 35 years) in the open air – straight on the beach, and to popularize their activity among the professional filmmaking circles.

    He curates for The W:OW Project

    WOW Bulgaria
    .
    1. Valeri Chakalov – “The Way”, Bulgaria 2:24
    2. Valeri Chakalov – “Hromel“, Bulgaria 2:01
    3. Georgi Krastev – “The Journey of a melody”, Bulgaria, 2:48
    4. Viktor Petkov – “I love Guzlemi”, Bulgaria, 7:06
    5. Cvetan Krastev – “The Long Journey of a Snail to the Ocean”, Bulgaria, 9:52
    6. Cvetan Krastev – “Digitalization of analogue message to the moon”, Bulgaria, 02:12
    7. Venelin Shurelov – “Je Suis Je”, Bulgaria, 3:09
    .
    http://wow.engad.org/georgi-krastev-curator/


    Rainer Krause // Chile - soundart
    Luis Barrie, Claudio Fernandez Sini, Foro de Escriptores, Ensamble Majama, Radio Ruido, Mario Soro, Andres Torres, Pintor Z
    Ephemeral collective of sound art, Felipe Otondo, Raúl Díaz Ojeda& Fernando Godoy , Claudio Fernandez Sini , Alejandro Albornoz, Monica Bate , Pablo Schalscha, Federico Schumacher Ratti , Felipe Cussen, Gregorio Fontén, RadioRuido.2, Mario Z, Barbara González Barrera, Christian Delon , Renzo Filinich , Rainer Krause
    Rainer Krause (Chile) . soundart from Chile 2006

    Artists:
    Luis Barrie – The Song of Flora (El Canto de Flora)
    Claudio Fernandez Sini – Anuncio participativo
    Claudio Fernandez Sini – 5 min sismo
    Foro de Escritores (FDE) – Soundtable
    Ensamble Majamama – Sala Master 25-9-2005 (extracto)
    Ensamble Majamama – 22-IV-2006 – impro 1 (extracto)
    Radio Ruido – 060601_3 (extracto)
    Radio Ruido – 060608_2 (extracto)
    Mario Soro – “Imagenes cinéticas de los tipos somáticos constitucionales: Una intervención fonoperformática en una clase de taller de figura humana”
    Andrés Torres – Variation of “Alarmante”
    Pintor Z – (esto no esta pasando)/( this is not happening)

    http://soundlab.newmediafest.org/edition04chile/

    Rainer Krause (Chile) – soundart from Chile 2018

    List of works

    01. Ephemeral collective of sound art – Vagrancy [excerpt], 2015, 8’53’’
    02. Felipe Otondo – Wetland soundscape, 2016, 5’01”
    03. Raúl Díaz Ojeda& Fernando Godoy – W [excerpt], 2015, 13’42’’
    04. Claudio Fernandez Sini – Traccia, 2017, 15’01’’
    05. Alejandro Albornoz – Listening Animals, 2016, 8’00”
    06. Monica Bate – The Life of Crystals, 2016, 1’39’’
    07. Pablo Schalscha – Electromechanical Sirens + The Bullet, 2016, 1’33’’
    08. Federico Schumacher Ratti – Danza de la Protesta [Dance of Protest], 2011, 5’41’’
    09. Felipe Cussen – We are not one world, 2017, 2’50’’
    10. Gregorio Fontén – El lugar que habito [The place I live in], 2017, 10’05’’
    11. RadioRuido.2 – n [excerpt], 2015, 7’57’’
    12. Mario Z – think a song (créditos bonuz track), 2016, 4’33’’
    13. Barbara González Barrera – Abstract from metronome 40, 2016, 2’43’’
    14. Christian Delon – Residencia Melosilla [excerpt], 2016, 7’38’’
    15. Renzo Filinich – We do not have a body, but we are a Body, 2015, 11’08’’
    16. Rainer Krause – Captcha piece [excerpt track 4], 2015, , 4’40’’

    http://soc.newmediafest.org/

    Juan Antonio Lleo // Spain - soundart
    Alfonso García de la Torre, Juan Carlos Carrazón, Pierre Élie Mamou, Ruiz Juan Manuel, Juan Antonio Lleó
    Juan Antonio Lleó (Spain)

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    Artists:

    1.
    Alfonso García de la Torre

    artist biography

    Title of work
    “Nanopiezas“

    I suggest a journey across different sound worlds through a series of short works. Microcosmos that refer to sonorities belonging to childhood losed with the pass of time. Environments wich have been transformed when we grow up and audio views that suffer continuous and imperceptible changes. There are basic sound objects but each fragment contains small details that suggest something distant and many times forgotten.

    2.
    Juan Carlos Carrazón

    artist biography

    Title of work
    “The Cathedral Silences, background #1”

    This artwork connect the basic elements of clasicism: water, fire, earth and air with the last technolgy within reach of man: ultraviolet lights, lasers, sensors, realtime modified sounds, etc. Is the man inside the loop of time hanging around a magic place. (…) This art piece of light and sound represents materially a Gothic Cathedral element and conceptually the thought, the quiet shouts, the experiences, demands, requests, and people’s prayers who has been stepping the cathedrals during centuries. (© J. C. Carrazón + Paz Santos).

    3.
    Pierre Élie Mamou

    artist biography

    Title of work
    “Toledo, Australia”

    Leaving Toledo dreaming of Eastern Arnhem Land, running away from Toledo hurrying to Kangaroo Valley, bleeding away from Toledo swimming to Kinchela Creek, fleeing from Toledo longing for Jamberoo, escaping from Toledo keeping the key of our house in Toledo wishing for no return.

    4.
    Ruiz Juan Manuel

    artist biography

    Title of work
    1 String Quartet nº 1 “Dies Irae – Lento”
    2 String Quartet nº 1 “Dies Irae – Allegro”

    All along the history, it doesn’t matter the reason, to invoke the divine anger (“Dies Irae”) was a perfect excuse for violent acts, like start a war or to kill somebody. This string quartet was composed in 1998 and take his name “Dies Irae” by the use of diverse fragments from the original medieval chant. His two contrasted movements (slow-quick) show the main thematic material by a progressive stretching toward a random and climatic zone and his later digression, alternately between ostinatos and sections who contradicts his rithmic regularity. This composition, played by the Cuarteto Contemporáneo of Las Palmas, was published on the record “La creación musical en Canarias”, vol nº 11.

    5.
    Juan Antonio Lleó

    artist biography

    Title of work
    “Weyujoi 5”

    With that composition I try to recreate a idyllical place, away from preocupations, where you can meditate quietly about your troubles, your memories and discover the futility of violent attitudes. I think it is better to think first, and then to act consecuently. As human beings we have a main difference with the animals, we can control our instincts and decide if it is worth to fight or use the violence to solve a situation, instead to follow our very powerfull animal side as the first option. “Weyujoi” is the phonetic spanish translation from the first verse of a poem from the classic chinesse poet Li-Po, called “Evasion” who speaks about how the poet loves the peace of the mountains and prefer the “heavenly” life instead of the daily one. The recording of this verse of the poem, readed by the chinesse woman Huan Hue, is the only material used in the composition. The rest of the sounds are generated from this, using several digital audio processing technics, like granular synthesis, noise reduction, time stretching, reverb and filters. All this materials are mixed on a digital multitrack sequencer.

    Kai Lossgott // South Africa - video
    Khanyisile Mbongwa, Mandilakhe Yengo , Ananda Fuchs, Jeanette Ginslov, Ka Lossgott , Fabian Oliver Wargau , Rat Western

    Kai Lossgott (South Africa)
    City Breath Festival Cape Town /RSA)

    Khanyisile Mbongwa (RSA) – Fragmented, 4′53”, 2009
    Mandilakhe Yengo (RSA)- (Un)veiling, 2′51, 2009
    Ananda Fuchs (RSA) waitless, 4′40”, 2009 by
    Jeanette Ginslov (RSA) – Korohano, 3:40, 2009,
    Ka Lossgott (RSA) – Walking n the Plastc, 2009, 4:50
    Fabian Oliver Wargau (RSA) – This Place forever, 2009, 1:56
    Rat Western (RSA) – Waiting, 2007, 5:16

    Kai Lossgott (RSA) II –

    Machfeld //Austria - video
    Eva Ursprung , Florian Kmet , Birgit Graschopf, Christoph Freidhöfer , Karin Fisslthaler, Thomas Fürhapter, Philipp Hauss, interdisziplinäre aufzeichnensysteme elffriede, Johann Lurf, Eva Brunner-Szabo, Hans Nevídal, Joel Curtz , Martin Krenn, Gerald Zahn

    Machfeld (Austria) Machfeld – videoart from Austria 2011

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    01. Eva Ursprung – “was werbung” (what commercial), 1979, 2:00
    02. Florian Kmet – TRAFFIK, 2005, 4.00
    03. Birgit Graschopf – ‚FOOD’, 2006, 4:23
    04. Christoph Freidhöfer – daily anxiety at about five past five , 2010, 1:20
    05. Karin Fisslthaler – Imaging Machine, 2008, 5`22
    06. Thomas Fürhapter – Planes, 2006, 4:00
    07. Philipp Hauss, – La fosse aux lions/2010/5:45
    08. interdisziplinäre aufzeichnensysteme elffriede – elffriede.soundrawing, 2008, 2:00
    09. Johann Lurf -The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog, 2009, 3:00
    10. Eva Brunner-Szabo – Bandages X, 2008, 4:25
    11 . Hans Nevídal – Gentle Giants, 3:26
    12. Joel Curtz – « Mise en boîte », une psychosatire / 2010 / 4’40
    13. Martin Krenn – One Shot, 2:10 min.2007
    14. Gerald Zahn – Just 5 more minutes, 2009, 5:00 –

    http://nomadic.newmediafest.org/machfeld/

    Vincent Makowski // France - netart
    AL, Mauro Ceolin, Arthur X Doyle, Wolf Kahlen, Cyril Rouge

    Vincent Makowski (France) – netart 2004

    1. AL (France)
    2. Mauro Ceolin (Italy)
    3. Arthur X. Doyle (Ireland)
    4. Wolf Kahlen (Germany)
    5. Cyril Rouge (France)

    Calin Man & Stefan Tiron // Romania - netart
    Seguiu Negulici, Milos Jovanovic, Catalin Rulea, Daniel Gontz, Valentin Chincisan
    Calin Man & Stefan Tiron (Romania)

    curate
    1. Sergiu Negulici
    2. Milos Jovanovic
    3. Catalin Rulea
    4. Daniel Gontz
    5. Valentin Chincisan

    Olga Martynenko // Russia
    Juan Pablo Zaramella
    Olga Martynenko (Russia)

    Linoleum Intern. Animation & Media Art Festival (Russia) – Curator: Olga Martynenko
    –> Juan Pablo Zaramella (Argentina) – Luminaris, 2011, 5:53

    Ricardo Mbarkho // Lebanon - video
    Ghada salem, Amandine Brenas, Hiba Daroub, Edward Hayek, Joanne Issa, Dina Abou Karam, Anne Haddad, Maryam Dalal
    Ricardo Mbarak (Lebanon) curates for
    ALBA – Visual Arts School of the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts (Beirut) – University of Balamand

    Ghada Salem – o.L: overloaded Layers, 2003, 5:55
    Amandine Brenas – AUTO, 2005, 3:31
    Hiba Daroub – Des (Attachement), 2004, 9:15
    Edward Hayek – Nervosité, 2007, 2:00
    Joanne Issa – Film Panchromatique Blanc et Noir, 2007, 1:55
    Dina Abou Karam – Reincarnation, 2007, 2:15
    Anne Haddad – Instants dilatés, 2005, 3:44
    Maryam Dalal – Medium, 2007, 2.26

    Paulo B. Menezes // Portugal
    Marta Alvim, Rita Macedo, Inhabitans, cul:pa
    Paulo B. Menezes (Portugal) – WOW.09 – Portugal
    (portugal) Marta Alvim (Portugal), Rita Macedo (Portugal), Inhabitants (Portugal), cul:pa (Portugal)

    WOW Portugal
    curated by Paulo B. Menezes

    Marta Alvim (Portugal) – The death of an owl, 2012, 9’45”
    Rita Macedo (Portugal) – Implausible things, 2014, 9’00”
    Inhabitants (Portugal) – Beams of Cathodic Rays Shooting, 2013, 7’35”
    cul:pa (Portugal) – The fox, 2015, 5’39”

    http://wow.engad.org/paulo-b-menezes-curator/

    Madhuja Mukherjee // India - video
    Ansuman Chakraborty, Madhuja Mukherjee/ Epsita Halder, Utsab Chatterjee, Sudipto Basu, Chandan Biswas, Nilim Bose, Laboni Chatterjee, Bappaditya Das
    Madhuja Mukherjee
    studied Literature and Cinema at Jadavpur University, Calcutta, India (1992/1997). She did research-programme in Social Sciences (1997-98), and received her Ph.D degree in 2008. Madhuja has done formative research on Indian film industry, technological transformations, urban spaces and cultures, and on issues of genre, gender and labour. Her concerns are — material, method, and history. Madhuja has published extensively in reputable – scholarly journals; she is the author of the monograph ‘New Theatres Ltd.’ (Pune: NFAI, 2009), and editor of ‘Aural Films, Oral Cultures’ (Kolkata: JU Press, 2012), ‘Voices of the Talking Stars’ (Delhi/Kolkata: Sage/ Stree, 2017), which received the ‘Book Award for Excellence in Writing on Cinema’ at the 19thMumbai Film Festival, MAMI, 2017. Madhuja is Associate Professor of Film Studies at Jadavpur University.

    She curates for The W:OW Project

  • WOW India
    The City of Dread
    Ansuman Chakraborty (India) – Ismail, 2018, 10.32
    Madhuja Mukherjee/ Epsita Halder (India) – RE-TAKE, 2008, 02.33
    Utsab Chatterjee (India) – Grain, 2018, 05:58
    Sudipto Basu, Chandan Biswas, Nilim Bose, Laboni Chatterjee, Bappaditya Das (India) – Tracts of Dust, 2018, 27:00
    http://wow.engad.org/madhuja-mukherjee-curator/
  • Jonas Nilsson & Eva Olsson // Sweden - video
    Radmila Knezevic, Dorna Aslanzadeh, Eva Olsson, Anders Weberg, Nina Lassila, Caroline Näslund, Rasmus albertsen, Jonas Nilsson, Mattias Härenstamk
    Jonas Nilsson & Eva Olsson (Sweden) – Videoart from Sweden 2011
    Jonas Nilsson & Eva Olsson (Sweden) – Trial & Error
    Trial & Error
    art:screen Sweden
    Curated by Eva Olsson and Jonas Nilsson,

    Radmila Knezevic, Sweden – You loved my hair, 2009, 3:09 min, no sound
    Dorna Aslanzadeh, Sweden A Hundred and One, 2010, 3:30 min
    Eva Olsson, Sweden – On non-freehold property2011, 3:02 min
    Anders Weberg, Sweden – UNDISCLOSED BEAUTY, 2008, 3:13 min
    Nina Lassila, Sweden – Woman, 2009, 0:58 min
    Caroline Näslund, Sweden – It’s been 7 years since I last did this, 2010, 0:50 min
    Rasmus Albertsen, Sweden – The archive, 2009, 3.28 min
    Jonas Nilsson, Sweden – Battlefield, 2012, 1:28 min
    Mattias Härenstam, Sweden – Portrait of a smiling man, 2010, 4:30

    Eirini Olympiou // Greece - video
    Gianluca Abbate, Cerezo Azahara, Panagiotis Tomaras, Marantonio Lunardi, Nemo Belcev, Maria Fernanda Bertero, Field, Thomas Valianatos, Giada Ghiringhelli
  • Eirini Olympiou (Greece) Eirini Olympiou WOW Greece ADAF Transitions from Public to PostFuture . Gianluca Abbate (IT) – Panorama (2015) 07:00 min Cerezo Azahara (SP) – Slopes (2013) 04:37 min Panagiotis Tomaras (GR) – 165 (2009) 02:45 min Marcantonio Lunardi (IT) – Unusual Journey (2017) 03:22 min Neno Belcev (BU) – Sectral Promenade (2013) 03:54 min Maria Fernanda Bertero (EC) – Technolapse (2017) 06:21 min FIELD (UK) – Hidden Layer (2017) 02:54 min Thomas Valianatos (GR) – Fractus machine_Cosmos (2017) 03:34 min Giada Ghiringhelli (CH/UK) – Rhythm of Being (2017) 06:26 min http://wow.engad.org/adaf-curator/
  • Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) is an International Festival which celebrates digital culture through an annual gathering bringing together a global community of artists and audiences. ADAF aims to encourage, stimulate and promote all aspects of digital creativity by hosting local as well as international artists and communities. Moreover, its goal is to raise awareness on contemporary digital culture, familiarize the wider audience with new media and art, and provide education through innovative workshops focusing on technology and digital arts. In each edition, it always tackles contemporary social and cultural issues related to technological advancements and innovation. Thus, its multidimensional programme offers a wide range of exhibitions, screenings, live performances, workshops and international tributes showcasing artworks that display distinctive characteristics of the digital medium and reflects on its language and aesthetics.

    Raquel Partnoy // Argentina
    Women: Memory of Repression in Argentina 2004
    Raquel Partnoy (Argentina/USA) – Women: Memory of Repression in Argentina 2004

    Margerida Paiva // Portugal - video
    Ottar Ormstad, Ingeborg Stana, Shwan Dler Qaradaki, Bull.Miletic, Denise Hauser,Sabina Jacobsson, Håvard Gjelseth
    Margarida Paiva (Norway) – Videoart from Norway 2011

    Ottar Ormstad (Norway) -LYMS , 7′40”, 2009
    Ingeborg Stana (Norway) – Getaway, 3′, 2008
    Shwan Dler Qaradaki (Norway/Iraq) – The sun tattooed, 3′34”, 2009
    Bull.Miletic (Norway) – Par Hasard, 5′45”, 2009
    Denise Hauser (Norway) – Copy City, 4′35”, 2008
    Sabina Jacobsson (Norway) – The Red City, 4′31”, 2008
    Håvard Gjelseth (Norway) – Jazkamer, Live at Club Urga, Tokyo, 1′39”, 2008

    Giula Papadopoulou // Greece - video
    Eileen Botsford, Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos, Nikos Giavropoulos, Leonidas Konstantinidis, Yiannis Konstantinou, Ioanna Myrka, Gioula Papadopoulou, Andreas Sitorego, Margarita Stavraki, Panayota Tzamourani, George Vaviloussakis, Konstantinos Vaviloussakis, Anna Vasof, Alexandros Kaklamanos, Panos Mazarakism, Yiannis Kranidiotis, Alex Karantanas, Katerina Athanasopoulou , Vasilis Karvounis, Riccardo Musoni, Jan Brand, Viva Grupetto Messanggeri, Shahar Marcus, Ines van Bonhorst
    Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) WOW Greece 2017
    (greece) Anna Vasof (Gr/A), Alexandros Kaklamanos (Gr), Panos Mazarakism (Gr) , Yiannis Kranidiotis (Gr), Alex Karantanas (Gr) , Katerina Athanasopoulou , Vasilis Karvounis

    List of videos:

    Anna Vasof (Gr/A) – Down to Earth, Greece-Austria 2014, 4.01
    Alexandros Kaklamanos (Gr) – A Minor, Greece 2014, 2.11
    Panos Mazarakism (Gr) – Virtual Vanity, Greece 2016, 1.21
    Yiannis Kranidiotis (Gr) – Ichographs MdelP, Greece 2015,4.13
    Alex Karantanas (Gr) – Untitled, Greece 2015-16, 6.38
    Katerina Athanasopoulou – Branches of Life, UK 2016, 4.14
    Vasilis Karvounis – Dancing with Thanatos, Greece 2015, 3.45

    Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) II – [Inter]mission possible |
    Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) III – Everywhere I go, I find me
    Everywhere I go, I find me
    curated by Gioula Papadopoulou / Festival Miden

    1. Riccardo Muroni, LISIRI, Sardinia 2013, 7.34
    2. Jan Brand, Viva Grupetto Messanggeri, Germany 2013, 4.44
    3. Ines von Bonhorst, Standing Silence, UK 2012, 10.00
    4. Jan Brand, Rosenthal, Germany 2009, 6.04
    5. Shahar Marcus, 1,2,3 Herring, Israel 2011, 2.27

    Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) IY – Found Footage
    Gioula Papadopoulou (Greece) V – Video-prints: video art from Greece 2009

    Eileen Botsford, Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos, Nikos Giavropoulos, Leonidas Konstantinidis, Yiannis Konstantinou, Ioanna Myrka, Gioula Papadopoulou, Andreas Sitorego, Margarita Stavraki, Panayota Tzamourani, George Vaviloussakis, Konstantinos Vaviloussakis,

    Featured artists & videos
    Eileen Botsford, Cycle, (UK-2005) 9.13
    Giorgos Dimitrakopoulos, Abort It, (Greece-2000) 8.00
    Nikos Giavropoulos, Pandora, (Greece – 2005) 5.00
    Leonidas Konstantinidis, Ants, (Greece-2005) 2.10,
    Yiannis Konstantinou, Real Dream[e]scape, (Greece-2004) 1.15
    Ioanna Myrka, Weather, (Greece-2005) 1.00
    Gioula Papadopoulou, Dramaticul, (Greece-2004) 3.45
    Andreas Sitorego, Dry Soul, (Greece-2004) 3.00
    Margarita Stavraki, Shall We Dance? Fragments of Love, (Greece-2003) 2.50
    Panayota Tzamourani, Golden Cage, (Greece-2006) 2.00
    George Vaviloussakis, Lie, (Greece-2004) 3.00,
    Konstantinos Vaviloussakis – TOO.14.29.01, (Greece-2003) 8.10

    Elen Pau // Hongkong - video
    Kwan Sheung-Chi, Eric Siu, Chilai Howard Cheng, Forever Tarkovsky Club , Choi Sai Ho

    HOMEMADE VIDEO FROM HONG KONG curated by Ellen Pau (Hongkong)

    Kwan Sheung-Chi – A Flags-Raising-Lowering Ceremony at My Home’s Clothes Drying Rack, 2007 / 1:47
    Eric Siu – Super Cop World, 2005 / 5:00
    Chilai Howard Cheng – The Doors, 2007, 3:20
    Forever Tarkovsky Club – Half-Naked Christmas Party, 2009 / 2:31
    Choi Sai Ho – Star, 2007 / 7:23 Choi Sai Ho – Label, 2006 / 2:46

    Nicole Rademacher // Chile - video
    ERROR VIDEOS // Esteban Cabezas & Joaquín Fernández, Rafael Guendelman, TERROR - Francisco Schultz, Rodrigo Dueñas, Constanza Gazmuri, Macarena Molina, Bernardita Bennett, Luis Hermosilla,
    Nicole Rademacher (Chile)
    “Right Now”
    curated by Nicole Rademacher

    Artists:
    ERROR VIDEOS // Esteban Cabezas & Joaquín Fernández – ERRORvideos 2 / 2009 / 1.54 min /
    Rafael Guendelman – Las Palomas, 2010, 1:08
    TERROR – Francisco Schultz, Rodrigo Dueñas – download error, 2009, 01,35
    Constanza Gazmuri – En tránsito, 4 min 32 seg ., 2009
    Macarena Molina – Dollar, 2009, 1:00, Macarena Molina.
    Bernardita Bennett – La hora del te, 2009, 1 minute, 31 seconds
    Luis Hermosilla – Robbery Without Violence /2010 /4m04s /
    Francisco Schultz – de potestate maleficarum, 2010, 03, 43

    Diana Rangel & Maria Bilbao Herrera // Venezuela - video
    Elena Pastor, Raúl Rodríguez, Yenimar López, Manuel Eduardo González, Max Provenzano, Andrés Rodríguez Decena, Kiari Bastardo, Abraham Araujo
    Diana Rangel & Maria Bilbao Herrera (Venezuela) – WOW Venezuela 2017
    (venezuela)Elena Pastor, Raúl Rodríguez, Yenimar López , Manuel Eduardo González, Andrés Rodríguez Decena , Kiari Bastardo , Abraham Araujo

    List of videos

    Elena Pastor – So it was: transit in the city of shortage, 1’58” 2014
    Raúl Rodríguez – R E D .gif (2014), 30″ loop
    Yenimar López – Invisible, 2’34” (2015)
    Manuel Eduardo González – Miramar (From the series “La Siembra del hito piedra”) (2015), 7’47”
    Max Provenzano – Lech, 2014 , 1’40”
    Andrés Rodríguez Decena – Unitario n13 (2017), 1’1”
    Kiari Bastardo – A brief visual story about the embezzlement in Venezuela , (2016) 0,11”
    Abraham Araujo – “A post it written to God. Even though he may never read it. Titled: Big tectonic movements happenings”, 4’52” (2016)

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    Sitharan Roopesh // Malaysia - video
    Tan Chui Mui, Liew Senf Tat
    Sitharan Roopesh (Malaysia) – Videoart from Malaysia 2004
    video

    Tan Chui Mui(Malaysia) – Hometown, video, 2003, 6:00
    Liew Seng Tat (Malaysia) – Reflection?, video, 2004, 2:50

    Elena Maria Rossi - netart
    Reynald Drouhin, C.F.Yeh, Santiago Ortiz, Juliet Davis, Free Soil, Molleindustria, Lorenzo Pizzanelli
    Elena Maria Rossi (Italy) – netart 2007
    Seven Ways for Saying Internet with Net Art
    Elena Giulia Rossi
    Since its inception, net art has always been referring to its own medium. The seven works selected, created in different times, address different facets of the nature of Internet, from the social perception of the self and of the body in relation to technology, to the potential impact that this medium can have on society, mostly when art is concerned.The relationship between nature art and representation of the self with the flow of information is synthesized in the hybrid portrait of Deus Fleurs by the French artist Reynald Drouhin.
    Generative processes as art are the core of C.J. Yeh’s Equal where personal data generate modernist-like paintings. Sound and space in relation to dynamics and energy are the subject of Santiago Ortiz’s Sound and Energy where Internet is treated as a canvas for dynamic and interactive sketches.
    Molleindustria’s works, a collective engaged in the creation of original games aimed to rise political concerns are excellent examples of how games, and Internet as a vehicle to foster them, can ease issues otherwise difficult to face. Mc Donald’s Videogame is a courageous critique of the McDonald’s brand and of the functioning of its corporation, at the origin of remarkable ecological damages. It is through the game that Juliet Davis explores in Pieces of Herself feminine embodiment and its relation to real and virtual space. A game is also involved in Iconoclast Game by Lorenzo Pizzanelli: through irony and play the author gives a critical view of the power of images and of the museums that make them sacred.
    F.R.U.I.T., engaged in the shaping of an on-line community to encourage cultivation within urban areas, is a project where the network activity is art. It makes clear that net art is “action” and it is closer to performing than any other art practice.

    Pekka Ruuska - video
    Timo Bredenberg, Eero Yli-Vakkuri, Alexandra Smirnoff, Outi Heiskanen, Inga Mustakallio, Riku Salpava, Vesa Larsson, Chintelligens, xxx_ryhmä, Paula Lehtonen, Tiina Lilack, Liisa Kullimäki
    Pekka Ruuska (Finland)
    Finland curated by Pekka Ruuska

    Timo Bredenberg – “Ghost Riding” 2010, 00:03:48:10
    Eero Yli-Vakkuri – “|_|_|0||700||53|, 00:12:14:02
    Alexandra Smirnoff – “-” 2008, 00:01:56:03
    Outi Heiskanen – “The Humanlighthouse” 2010, 00:02:03:13
    Inga Mustakallio – “Live your life well Natacha” 2010, 00:12:30:20
    Riku Salpava – “j-low” 2008, 00:07:16:20
    Vesa Larsson – “Can’t Look Back” 2010, 00:05:53:06
    Chintelligens – “Mika Boogie?” 2010, 00:03:13:00
    xxx_ryhmä – “Cycling Ålands Islands” 2007, 00:00:38:06
    Paula Lehtonen – “gaze tease”, 2010, 00:02:04:00
    Tiina Lillack – “life.jacket” 2008, 00:01:00:00
    Liisa KulliMäki – “I DO IT FOR THE MONEY” 2009, 00:03:09:03

    Simo Saarikoski // Finland - video
    Linda Jasmin Mayer, Liisa Ahola & Veera Salmio, Anna Knappe, Taina Valkonen, Vera Nelimarkka, Sabotanic Garden
  • Simo Saarikoski (Finland) Simo Saarikoski WOW Finland . Linda Jasmin Mayer (Finland) – ”Dove Fermarsi? (Where to Stop?)”, 2017, 6:45 Liisa Ahola & Veera Salmio (Finland) – ”Dictator”, 2017, 3:10 Anna Knappe(Finland) – ”Camp Europe”, 2017, 6:45 Taina Valkonen (Finland)- ”Forest Poem”, 2017, 1:13 Veera Nelimarkka (Finland) – ”Medical Record”, 2017, 3:55 Sabotanic Garden (Finland) – ”Uuno Turhabuto/King of Dance vol.2”, 2007, 8:16 http://wow.engad.org/simo-saarikoski-curator/
  • Soledad Sanchez // Argentina - video
    Melisa Aller, Julieta Anaut e Ignacio Laxalde, Alejandro Borsani, Tomás Frezza, Carolina Gori, Nora Lestón, Luciano Rojas Lucca, Alejo Maglio, Ignacio Masllorens, Tadeo Muleiro , Javier Olivera, Paulo Pécora, Ignacio Violini Rebollo y Daniela Medina Silva, Celeste Rodríguez
    FIVA Video Art Festival Buenos Aires – curated by Soledad Sanchez (Argentina)
    curated by Festival Internacional de Videoarte Buenos Aires

    Melisa Aller (Argentina) – Constitución, 2014, 4′
    Julieta Anaut e Ignacio Laxalde (Argentina) – La Mirada Detenida, 2014, 6’40”
    Alejandro Borsani (Argentina) – El Origen de las Nubes, 2014, 3’04”
    Tomás Frezza (Argentina) – Still Inside, 2013, 2’50”
    Carolina Gori (Argentina) – Montaje, 2014, 2’33”
    Nora Lestón (Argentina) – Linked, 2013, 2’43”
    Luciano Rojas Lucca (Argentina) – Paranoia, 2014, 6’21”
    Alejo Maglio (Argentina) – Película + Lava, 2014, 4’18”
    Ignacio Masllorens (Argentina) – Japonesita, 2014, 4’45”
    Tadeo Muleiro (Argentina) – El Abuelo, 2014, 5’14”
    Javier Olivera (Argentina) – El amor es un breve destello, 2014, 5’18”
    Paulo Pécora (Argentina) – Vale Barcelona!, 2014, 3’08”
    Ignacio Violini Rebollo y Daniela Medina Silva (Argentina) – Nausea, 2015, 4’07”
    Celeste Rodríguez (Argentina) – Elástico, 2015, 1′

    Shareef Sarhan // - Palestine - video
    Mohammed Harb, Sharef Sarhan, Majed Shala, Basel El Maqusi, Larissa Sansour
    Shareef Sarhan (Palestine)

    Mohammed Harb – Death Tunnel, 2011, 1:00
    Shareef Sarhan – Zanaza, 2009, 2013
    Majed Shala – Headache, 2010, 3:00
    Basel El Maqusi – Number, 2009, 3:10
    Larissa Sansour – Soup over Bethlehem, 2007, 9:24
    Mohammed Harb – Black & White, 2008, 3:31

    Ynin Shilo // Israel - video
    - Shahar Marcus, Moshe Vollach, Ynin Shillo, Regev Amrani, Aya Nitzan, Natali Issahary, Netzaket Ekici & Shahar Marcus
    WOW Israel – curated by Ynin Shillo

  • Ynin Shillo (Israel) Ynin Shillo WOW Israel . Shahar Marcus (Israel ) – Seeds, 2012, 5:03 Moshe Vollach – 31 Cubes, 2013/2016, 4:00 Ynin Shillo – War, 2014, 4:20 Regev Amrani -Fathers, 2015, 1:50 Aya Nitzan – Gun Barrel Track Gaze, 2016, 2:54 Natali Issahary – Dune, 2016, 4:24 Netzaket Ekici & Shahar Marcus – Fossiles, 2014, 12:49 http://wow.engad.org/yinin-shillo-curator/
  • Eva Sjuve // Norway - soundart
    Janek Schaefer, Miha Ciglar, Antti Sakari-Saario, Pierre Proske, Kristin Norderval
    Eva Sjuve (Norway)
    http://soundlab.newmediafest.org/ed01norway/

    Janek Schaefer – “Rink” [10:00] Kristin Norderval – :”Slifas” [9:01] Antti Sakari Saario – invisible tattoos (2000) [24:34] Pierre Proske – Insect ll” [2:32] Miha Ciglar – “A piece for two instruments and a saxophone player” [26.36]

    Sotiris Iliadis & Timothy Laskaratos //Greece - video
    Achilleas Gatsopoulos, Dagly Zeynep, Masa Jazbec, Thessia Machado, Vincent Gisbert, Dimitris Papoutsakis, Guido Salvini, Rogelio Sastre, Giorgio Constantine, Vasilis Tzikas
    Sotiris Iliadis & Timothy Laskaratos (ADAF – Greece)
    Sotiris Iliadis & Timothy Laskaratos
    artvideoKOELN – audio-visual experiences I – ADAF screening program

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    1.Achilleas Gatsopoulos (Greece) Seal of Lilith/2010/5’01”
    2. Dagly Zeynep (Turkey) – Disaster /2006 /2’23” /
    3.Jazbec Masa (Slovenia) – First blood /2010 /1’20”/
    4.Thessia Machado (Brazil) – Longday/2010 /0’25” /
    5.Vincent Gisbert (Spain) – Contra /2009 /3’43”
    6.Dimitris Papoutsakis (Greece) – Athenian Summer /2009/2’53” /
    7.Guido Salvini (Italy) – Strength test /2009 /2’00”
    8. Rogelio Sastre (Spain) – The Perfect Immigrant /2010 /11’30”
    9.Giorgio Constantine (Greece) – Wait for me /2010 /3:00
    10.VasilisTzikas(Greece)-ToKalesma/2009/3’10”

    http://www.artvideo.koeln/?page_id=862

    Alysse Stepanian // Iran - video
    Morehshin Allahyari, Maneli Aygani, Neda Darzi, Samira Eskandarfar, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Laleh Mehran , Payam Mofidi, Hamed Shahihi, Parya Vatankhah
    Lana Z. Caplan, Brian DeLevie /Isshaela Ingham, Don Diorio, Michael Greathouse, Soyeon Jung, Joe Merrell, David Montgomery, Christine Schiavo, Brooks Williams
    Alysse Stepanian (Iran) I – “Close to My Heart”
    Morehshin Allahyari – “Over There Is Over Here” 2010, 5:45
    2) Maneli Aygani “O’ fable they are the fodder who have blocked the way to the garden” 2010, 4:28
    3) Neda Darzi “The sky border is my homeland” 2007, 1:53
    4) Samira Eskandarfar “The Olive” 2009, 7:04
    5) Gelare Khoshgozaran “1989 a.k.a. the Year that Happiness Froze in Time” 2010, 3:08
    6) Laleh Mehran “Raheleh” 2007, 3:27
    7) Payam Mofidi “Poéticide (shaér koshi)” 2009-2010, 11:25
    8) Hamed Shahihi “Sundown” 2009, 3:30
    9) Parya Vatankhah “Inevitable” 2010, 3:40

    Alysse Stepanian (Iran) II – Memory & Identity
    1- Lana Z. Caplan (Boston, Massachusetts): “In ruins, we rebuild with memories buried in the foundation” 2006; 10:46
    2- Brian DeLevie in collaboration with Isshaela Ingham (Denver, Colorado): “Emanations” 2008; 9:57
    3- Ron Diorio (Manhattan, New York): “A season of wants”; 2008; 02:20
    4- Michael Greathouse (Brooklyn, New York): “in dreams” 2008; 2:18
    5- Soyeon Jung (Milwaukee, Wisconsin): “the Eater” ; 2006 – revised 2010; 9:27
    6- Laleh Mehran (Colorado): – “The Xerces Society, Installment VII: From London to Marrakech”; 2007; 4:57
    7- Joe Merrell (Los Angeles, California): “Tomorrow Never Comes” 2009; 4:15
    8- David Montgomery (Fernandina Beach, Florida): “Grow Worm” 2008; 4:30
    9- Christine Schiavo (Staten Island, New York): “Fear of the Saveloy Moon” 2007; 6:27
    10- Brooks Williams (New York City): “MEMORY FACE 1” 4:34

    Evelyn Stermitz // Austria - video
    Duba Sambolec, Michelle Handleman, Evelin Stermitz, Ana Grobler, Liana Zandrisco, Kika Nikolela, Vesna Bukovec, Alison Williams, A.Rinnhofer, Grace Graupe Pillard, Dominique Buchtala,
    Evelyn Stermitz (Austria)

    Contextual Face curated by Evelyn Stermitz

    1. Duba Sambolec (Slo) -NoHomeVideos© CODE II – 2000, 01:32
    2. Michelle Handelman (USA) – I hate You, 2002, 02:48
    3. Evelin Stermitz (Austria) – Water Portrait I, Portrait of Carmen Lipush, 2010, 02:06
    4. Ana Grobler (Slovenia) – Migraine, 2007, 05:23
    5. Liana Zanfrisco (Italy) – Like Me, 2009, 01:30
    6. Kika Nicolela (Brazil) – Ecstasy Poem, 2006, 02:46
    7. Vesna Bukovec (Slovenia) – Endless Game, 2006, 01:32
    8. Alison Williams (RSA) – Sit Stay, 2008, 03:20
    9. A. Rinnhofer (Ger) – traumraum revised:insomnia, 2009, 04:41
    10. Grace Graupe Pillard (USA) – What I Worry About?, 2007, 02:57
    11. Dominique Buchtala (Germany) – Collecting, 2006, 04:00
    12. Evelin Stermitz (Austria) – Rose is a Rose, 2008, 03:52

    Az Taleb // Morocco - video
    Simo Ezoubeiri, Mariam Agha, Jackie Salloum, Naji Abu Nowar, Michelle Medina
    Az Taleb (Morocco)
    Digiatl Marrakech – International Festival of Digital Art Marrakech/Morocco
    22 April 2014

    List of videos
    curated by Abdelaziz Taleb y Abdellatif Benfaidoul

    Simo Ezoubeiri (Morocco) – Inner Marrakech, 5mn, 2012,
    Mariam Agha (Lebanon) – Beirut, the moon has a secret” 6mn30, 2010
    Jackie Salloum (Palestine( – Planet of the Arabs, , 9mn, 2005,
    Naji Abu Nowar (Jordan) – Death of a Boxer, 14mn,2010,
    Michelle Medina (Morocco) – Portrait of Khmissa ( Water ), 9mn, 2009,

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    Erick Tapia // Mexico - video
    Sergio Hibrain Bañuelos, Adán Salvatierra, Juan Pablo Romo Álvarez, Erick Tapia, Julio Valdez
    >Erick Tapia (Mexico)
    Erick Tapia
    WOW Mexico

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    Sergio Hibrain Bañuelos (Mexico) – San Pedro: el Libre / 2015 / 8:51 / México
    Adán Salvatierra (Mexico) – Narké / 2015 / 3:15 / México
    Juan Pablo Romo Álvarez (Mexico) – Postdata / 2016 / 7:00 / México.
    Erick Tapia (Mexico) – TERRITORIUM / 2016 / 3:00 / México
    Julio Valdez (Mexico) – Sickness / 2016 / 7:00 / México

    http://wow.engad.org/erick-tapia-curator/

    Vitaliano Teti // Italy - video
    Claudia Carboni
    Vitaliano Teti (Italy)
    Ferrara Video & Arte Ferrara (Italy) – Curator: Vitiliano Teti
    –> Claudia Carboni (italy) “Real-lusion”, 2010, 4: 34

    Myriam Thyes // Switzerland - video
    DoDomani Studio, Andrea Ferri, Natalia Biegaj, Karolina Glusiec, Shuai Cheng Pu, Susanne Wiegner, Arjan Brentjes, David Clark
    Myriam Thyes (CH)
    animateCOLOGNE – Cologne Art & Animation Festival
    Trace of Transformation – Part II
    Curated by Myriam Thyes

    DoDomani Studio (Italy) – The Box, 2012, 3:00
    Andrea Ferri (Italy) – Satura, 2008, 2:30
    Natalia Biegaj (Poland) – For Katy, 2012, 3:26
    Karolina Glusiec (Poland) – Velocity, 2012, 6:00
    Shuai Cheng Pu (Taiwan) – Ferry Paradise, 2012, 3:48
    Susanne Wiegner (Germany) – At the Museum, 2012, 3:00
    Arjan Brentjes (Netherlands) – Il était une fois un Artiste, 2011, 6:34
    David Clark (UK) – Odd Jobs, 2010, 4:16

    http://nomadic.newmediafest.org/cologneoff-2013-romania/

    Maurizio Marco Tozzi // Italy - video
    Angelica Bergamini, Marcantonio Lunardi, Valeria Lo Meo & Michele Manzini, Lino Strangis, Paolo Bandinu

    Maurizio Marco Tozzi (Italy)

    Maurizio Marco Tozzi
    WOW Italy

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    Angelica Bergamini (Italy) – Will you fight or will you dance, 2012, 6:48
    Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) – The Cage, 2016, 5:46
    Valeria Lo Meo & Michele Manzini (Italy) – Moving Africa, 2016, 5:02
    Lino Strangis (Italy) – A strange earthquake of the mind, 2016, 6:45
    Paolo Bandinu (Italy) – No Country, 2015, 2:21
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    http://wow.engad.org/maurizio-marco-tozzi-curator/


    Raluca Velizar - Florin Tudor// Romania - video
    Calin Dan, Nita Mocanu, Szabilcz Kisspal, Aurel Ornea & Oana Felipov, Alexandru Patatics
    Florin Tudor & Mona Vatamanu (Romania)
    Calin Dan, Nita Mocanu, Szabolcz Kisspal, Aurel Ornea & Oana Felipov, Alexandru Patatics

    Very Tyuleneva (Peru) - video
    Roser Teresa Gerona Ribas, Tania DÌaz, Ana B. / Nuno M. Pereira. Fabrizzio Suito, Isabella Gresser, Melinda Sefcic
    Juliana Alvarenga, Maurizio Sanhueza, Jonas Paz-Benavides, Rocío Pérez Belarra./Tomás Utillano Martínez, Fernando Arroyo Sauri, Osvaldo Ponce, Sergio Salazar
    Vera Tyuleneva (Peru) I – Latin American Videoart
    Vera Tyuleneva (Peru) II – Multiple Ecologies
    Vera Tyuleneva (Peru) III – Best of VideoBabel
    (peru) Eren Newell, Youki Hirakawa, Karimah Ashsdu, 6. Gianluca Abbate, Virginia Eleuteri Serpieri, , Roser Teresa Gerona Ribas (Spain), Tania DÌaz (Mexico), Ana B. / Nuno M. Pereira (Portugal). Fabrizzio Suito (Peru), Isabella Gresser (Germany), Melinda Sefcic (Croatia)

    Very Tyuleneva (Peru) IV- Global Art & Moving Images Award
    VideoBabel – Festival of Audieovisual Art Cusco/Peru
    24 April 2014

    List of videos
    curated by Vera Tyuleneva

    Juliana Alvarenga (Brazil) – “Partitura” / “Music code”. 03’39”. 2011
    Mauricio Sanhueza. (Peru) – “Calico” , 03’39”. 2012
    :Jonas Paz-Benavides (Peru) – .”Mémoire”, 02’37”, 2012
    Rocío Pérez Belarra./Tomás Utillano Martínez – “Hogar” / “Home”, 04’37”. 2010.
    Fernando Arroyo Sauri (Mexico) – “Los cuatro globos” / “Four baloons” ,02’03”. 2011
    Osvaldo Ponce (Argentina) – “Gracia” / “Grace” 09’40”
    Sergio Salazar (Peru) – “Santa Defunción” / “The Holy Friday Fish Stew”, 01’54”. 2012.

    Eugeny Umansky // Russia - netart
    Eugeny Umansky, Jevgeny Palamarchuk, Yuri Vasiliev, Anatoly Belov, Dmitri Bulnygin, Oleg Lystsov, Alexey Tschebykin
    Eugeny Umansky (Russia)

    1. Eugeny Umansky
    2. Jevgeny Palamarchuk
    3. Yuri Vasiliev
    4. Anatoly Belov
    5. Dmitry Bulnygin
    6. Oleg Lystsov
    7. Alexey Tschebykin

    Tahir Un - video
    Gökçen Dilek Acay, Orhan Cem Çetin, Ali Demirtaş, Murat Germen, Çağdaş Kahriman, Tahir Ün
    Tahir Un
    was born in Turkey. He holds a BA degree from Language and History-Geography Faculty of Ankara University, where he studied History of European Arts.
    He gives lectures in photography and multimedia essay in the Communication Faculty of Yasar University, Turkey. Tahir Un is currently active in photography, moving image and curatorial works. He lives in Izmir.
    He crates for The W:OW Project

  • WOW Turkey

    1. Gökçen Dilek Acay – Lenin, 2010, 3:29
    2. Orhan Cem Çetin – Passiflora, 2016 / 04:34
    3. Ali Demirtaş – Vision, 2018, 02’30”
    4. Beste Erener – SATURN, 2018/ 4:24
    5. Murat Germen – Emerging talent, 2017 / 5:03
    6. Çağdaş Kahriman – Rear window, 2009-2013, 6:00
    7. Tahir Ün – The Game, 2013, 00:02:56
    http://wow.engad.org/tahir-un-curator/


  • Tobias Van Veen // Canada - soundart
    Anna Friz and Annabelle Chvostek, Carrie Gates, Max Haiven, Tobias.C.van Veen, Jon Vaughn
    Tobias Van Veen (Canada) – soundart
    http://soundlab.newmediafest.org/ed01canada/

    Anna Friz and Annabelle Chvostek (Canada) – The Tower (excerpt from “The Automated Prayer Machine”) – SIP – SoundLAB Interview
    Carrie Gates (Canada) – superimposition
    Max Haiven (Canada) – The perverse possibility of living in the memory of someone dead (I)
    Max Haiven (Canada) – The perverse possibility of living in the memory of someone dead (II)
    tobias c. van Veen (Canada) – Quadrant.cross
    Jon Vaughn (Canada) – Smile of Sardonicus [parts 1+2+3]

    VAFT // Finland - video
    Simo Saarikoski, Milja-Liina Moilanen, Heta Jäälinoja
    VAFT – Videoart Festival Turku (Finland) – WOW Finland 2018


    WOW Finland – Afar Alike

    Curated by VAFT

    1. Simo Saarikoski: Abandoned land, 2017, 12:15
    2. Milja-Liina Moilanen: The Cleaner (Siivooja), 2017, 8:00
    3. Heta Jäälinoja: Penelope, 2016, 4:08

    http://wow.engad.org/vaft-curator/

    Jose Vieira // Portugal - video
    Jacob Tonsky
    José Vieira (Portugal)

    Fonlad – Digital Art Festival Coimbra(Portugal) – Curator: José Vieira
    –> Jacob Tonsky (USA) – “Balance Study: Threshold”, 2008, 1:02

    videoraum.net // Spain - video
    Empar Cubells, Pau Pascual Galbis, Juan Domingo Ferris, Gudrun Bittner
    Videoraum.net (Spain)
    Gudrun Bittner & Pau Pascual Galbis
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    Artists:

    Empar Cubells (Spain) – Infern Domèstic, video, 2003,
    Pau Pascual Galbis (Spain) – Íncubo. Der Dämon der Liebe, video, 2004, 6:00
    Juan Domingo Ferris (Spain) – El niño Viajero, video, 2004, 3:50
    Gudrun Bittner (Austria) – A Dark Glimpse on the White Gloved Mouse, video, 2004, 5:00

    Vientanale // Laos - video
    Kathrin Theurer, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS, BHOUNTHANONG XOMXAPHOL, SANTHAVY PHOMVIXAY

    1st Vientianale Film Festival
    Vientiane/Laos – 8-10 May 2009

    Selected works

    KATHRIN THEURER
    WHY LAO PEOPLE SMILE SO MUCH?,
    10MIN. LAO\ENG*
    This movie is a collection of short interviews with Lao people, who were interviewed on the streets while they are working. The answers where all spontaneous. The guiding interview questions: What makes
    them happy and why do they smile so much?

    NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS
    HOT COFFEE, 4MIN. LAO\ENG*
    Father and son are living in the provinces. They travel to Vientiane to visit the Capital. Father has to learn how to deal with hot and cold coffee in a café

    BHOUNTHANONG XOMXAPHOL
    YES, I AM, BY
    10MIN. LAO\ENG*
    This films shows the area of Vang Vieng. The villagers are creative and proactive to generate income. One
    person, one shop and one hundred possibilities to make a good living.

    SANTHAVY PHOMVIXAY
    MY RIVER, 8MIN., LAO/ENG*
    A traveler is impressed by villagers who live closely with and from the river. What kind of special relationship is this? He shares this life to catch unique impressions and pictures.

    Wolfgang Wegerer // Austria - video
    Virgil Widrich, Daniel & Matthias Hafner, elisabeth Kramer, Jatherina Swoboda, Evelyn Kreinecker, Eginhartz Kanter
    Roland Wegerer (°1974, Amstetten, Austria)
    creates media artworks, photos, sculptures and performances. By questioning the concept of movement, Wegerer tries to grasp language. Transformed into art, language becomes an ornament. At that moment, lots of ambiguities and indistinctness’s, which are inherent to the phenomenon, come to the surface.
    His media artworks focus on the inability of communication which is used to visualize reality. The attempt of dialogue, the dissonance between form and content and the dysfunctions of language will be concentrated.
    In short, the lacks of clear references are key elements in the work. By investigating language on a meta-level, he plays with the idea of the mortality of an artwork confronted with the power of a transitory appearance, which is, by being restricted in time, much more intense. Roland is also founder and director of the danubeVIDEOARTfestival and VOS|Roland Wegerer

    He curates for The W.OW Project

  • WOW Austria (2017)
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    WIDRICH Virgil (Austria) – make/real, 2010 / 5:00
    HAFNER Daniel and Matthias (Austria) – MODERN MAN, 2014 / 5:44
    KRAMER Elisabeth (Austria) – “the magi”, 2017 / 1:30
    SWOBODA Katharina (Austria) – Pelzvogelkasten, 2015 / 4:05
    KREINECKER Evelyn (Austria) – Flucht (Flight), 2015 / 2:38
    KANTER Eginhartz (Austria) – Aufstieg (Rise), 2016 / 3:11
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    http://wow.engad.org/roland-wegerer-curator/

  • Peter Wolf // Germany - soundart
    F.I.M. (Free improvised music cologne), soundso, Ensemble All-Tag, Doppelpluss
    Peter Wolf (Germany) – soundart 2011
    “KlangDrang 2005 – A Festival for Incredible Music”

    In this case “Incredible Music” means the spheres of New Music, experimental and improvised music, Performance Art and New Media. This festival was brought into being 2002 as a hommage for the cologne citizen center Alte Feuerwache which enables the presentation of extraordinary music since more than 25 years. This year KlangDrang presented 4 ensembles from which you can hear each 3 cuttings of an each 45 minute performance.

    F.I.M. (Free improvised music cologne)

    Nobert Zajac (voc), Matthias Kaiser (violin), Frank Bersziek (sax, basscl), Michael Haverkamp (sax, perc), Karl Kruetzmann (fl, tr, piano), Joerg Koenig (git), Axel Hoeptner (piano), Frank Homburg (sax), Wolfgang Simmons (git). F.I.M. is an open collaboration between musicians, who let themselves in for the risk of a music without arrangements. If there are agreements, than just in view of the actual cast. The music is free improvised on stage. As a construct of the moment was never heard so, nor it will ever reproduced live exactly in that way. The stile flows between archaic sound, noise art, Free Jazz and New Music and so is based on the exitement of the moment.

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    Bettina Wenzel, Brigitte Kuepper, Norbert Zajac, Peter Wolf (all vocal) Vocal communication as an experiment – 4 singers test the possibilities of the vocal cords. Croaking, spitting and slurping a part of the repertoire of this vocal ensemble just as singing in extremly high registers and soundfull depth or the spontaneous inventions of cacophonic languages and onomatopoeic escapades. The personalities of the 4 improvisers meet, according to demand, harmonical, contrarily or meshed and meanwhile count on enthusiasm and the intuitive work with vocal sound.

    Ensemble All-Tag

    Frank Bersziek (sax, bcl), Konrad Doeppert (analogsynth, objects), Matthias Kaiser (violin), Joerg Koenig (git). This quartett came from a combination of musicians, which got random selected while the KlangDrang festival in 2004.. Free improvised pieces are the basic of the musical collaboration. Experiences with the european free improvised music, the electroaccoustical art, the noise experiments of the eighties and in their origin outer musical elements come together while playing free. Results are subtle coded sound sceneries, where the audience finds space for free association.

    Doppelpluss

    Brigitte Kuepper (voc/tb/div), Wolfgang Simons (git/sax/div), Konrad Doeppert (synth/perc/div), Peter Wolf (voc/perc/div) these four produce live partially improvised sound films as from another planet. Doppelpluss musically darts sideways between all stiles. They sit down winkingly between all chairs and create alternating hot and cold acoustical baths of emotion. Dynamical meditative sound trips grow to impressive psycho drama, change to funny folk, change to philosophical tender loving care, change to absurd theater. Exciting music performance therefore and who knows where the journey goes to.

    Winston Yang // China - netart
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    Winston Yang (China) – netart

    1. 8gg (Beijing /China)

    Won-Kon Yi // South Korea - video
    Yi-Hyung Kim, Oliver Griem, Chang Hyun Kim, Hae-Min Kim, Won-Kon Yi
    Won-Kon Yi (South Korea) – Videoart from South Korea 2004
    South Korean Videoart
    curated by Won-Kon Yi, including following artists: Yi-Hyung Kim, Oliver Griem, Chang Hyun Kim, Hae-Min Kim, Won-Kon Yi.

    Won-Kon Yi – “To Video Two Feedback” 1987
    Hae-Min Kim – Title: “About Ancestor”, video, 2000
    Chang-Kyun Kim – “Letter”, video, 2001
    Ji-Hyun Kim – “Wo-men, Wo-rld”, video, 2003, 2:40
    Oliver Griem – “Self Portrait”, video, 1999

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    Michael Yuen // Australia - soundart
    Sebastian Tomczak, Thomas Reiner, Robert Sazdov, lawrence English, Somaya Langley, Stephen Gard
    Michael Yuen (Australia) – soundart

    Sebastian Tomczak

    artist biography

    Title:
    An Approximation of a Tree (2003, 4m 03s)
    URL: http://stomczak.e-access.com.au/rope/pdf/an_approximation_of_a_tree.pdf Explores complex relationships of simple tones, by systematically building up texture over time. It was created using 72 oscillators. Fractal Bones (2005, 1m 58s)
    Constructed from a simple image with repeating fractal properties, which is then transferred into music using a straight- forward algorithm. It was created using computer and an 8- bit Nintendo Entertainment System

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    Thomas Reiner

    artist biography

    canal (2003-4, 7m 26s)
    canal by Steve Adam and Thomas Reiner, integrates diverse sound materials both collected and generated individually by the two collaborators. The submission and integration of these materials took the form of a musical ping-pong game in which one collaborator would receive the latest version of the track from the other, take it away for a couple of weeks, and return it with new materials added and changes made. The materials include a processed drum pattern created with a drum ensemble from the music software Reaktor, additional drum patterns made up from a range of drum samples, simple chord progressions, and samples taken from site recordings in 2003 in Venice and Florence. The title canal is a reference to both Venice and the virtual path created by the back-and-forth motion of ideas between two collaborators.

    ephemeral densities (2004, 7m11sec)
    ephemeral densities, by Thomas Reiner, explores changes of texture and sound colour. Four sound objects provide the source material for the work: (1) a synthesized sound that resembles the chirping call of the male cricket, (2) a fast changing, busy sound that appeared suddenly and surprisingly as a sonic artefact while undertaking site recordings with a minidisk recorder in Victoria’s Grampians, (3) a very low bass sound, and (4) a metallic sounding drum loop. The main effect used in the work is a grain delay that divides the original sound object into tiny particles, which are then delayed individually, allowing for extreme modifications of the original sound. The editing and sound processing of the piece was done with Ableton Live a computer program that combines elements of improvisation, composition, and performance.

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    Robert Sazdov

    artist biography

    Tetovo: 2001 (2005, 2m23sec)
    Tetovo: 2001 is the composer’s reflections on the events that occurred in the Republic of Macedonia city in 2001. Terrorists attacked the city of Tetovo resulting in many civilian lives being lost and resulting in the mobilisation of the Macedonian Army for the first time since the end of the Second World War. The unfortunate response from the majority of western powers actually encouraged the terrorists and supported their unjustifiable claims over sovereign Macedonian land. Political pressure from the USA has seen the recent ‘administrative’ division of Macedonia. Supporting actions of terrorism and terrorists is exposing the hypocrisy of so called ‘western democracy’ and the ‘war on terror’ This event is an example of the ongoing struggle for basic human rights for the Macedonians, namely the right to self-identity. Since the break-up of Yugoslavia, the cultural identity of the Macedonian’s is being consistently denied and challenged. Attacks on national history, religion, and even ethnicity from all neighboring countries, has seen devastating outcomes on the developing country. The composition is largely constructed from vocal manipulations of the ‘Queen of Macedonian Song’ Vaska Ilieva’s [1921-2001] interpretation of the traditional song ogreala mesechina (shining moon). The song was recorded by the composer in 1992. The song expresses the size of ethnographic Macedonia through a 19th century folk perspective. Finally, Tetovo: 2001 is viewed as a neo-traditional composition, continuing the tradition of Macedonian folklore. Even after a century of violence against the Macedonians, the memory of the past continues, presenting the truth of the Macedonian identity through song and music.

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    Lawrence English

    artist biography

    Title:
    Ghost Towns (2004, 18m20sec)
    Recorded in the later half of 2003, this composition is composed largely of field recordings, the only processing being EQ and pitch shifting. The work is an abstracted impressionist sound portrait, sketching out the isolated soundscapes that exist in the forgotten realms of the Australia outback. It highlights the rich and at times unexpectedly synthetic sound world existing in these vast spaces. Cicadas are matched against 44-gallon drums popping in the morning sun and wire fences resonating to the backdrop of sites such as a haunted hotel in far northern Australia.

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    Somaya Langley

    artist biography

    Familiar Circuits (2004, 13m22sec)
    Familiar Circuits is an excerpt from a sound installation of the same name, exploring the familiar and unique components of the sound environment in Canberra, Australia. Ongoing processing of the audio material creates a surreal soundscape, where familiar elements are emphasised and repeated, becoming a new sonic atmosphere of their own. Segments of audio are returned to again and again, referencing the circular nature of this particular city’s town plan.

    CITY2CITY (2004, 10m0sec)
    CITY2CITY explores the notion of entropy and changing sound worlds within a city environment. Sounds recorded in the Australian cities of Canberra and Sydney transmute into new forms, gradually oscillating between the recognisable and the unfamiliar. The experience is that of a city soundscape’s decay and re-emergence; each evolution bringing a new imaginary city to life.

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    Stephen Gard

    artist biography

    Title:
    Stammer (2004, 5m30sec)
    stammer: the shock waves and sound waves erupting from terror-bombings fade quickly, but they strike immeasurable resonances of sorrow through minds and lives. Such cruel detonations also set information machines chattering, hammering out rumour, opinion, fiction, and fear. ‘Stammer’ captures the anxious and relentless voices of mass-media data on the short-wave bands; colloquays of blind, yammering apparatus, triggered by violence.

    VNGQRT (2005, 6m40sec)
    VNGQRT: not long ago, a small but penetrating Australian voice was silenced. VNG first blipped into the Australian ether in 1964, providing a standard frequency and time signal service for navigators, surveyors, astronomers, ham radio operators and shortwave listeners throughout the South Pacific. The warm, clear voice of VNG announcer Graham Conolly soon became familiar, even in the most remote atoll or lonely farmhouse, and the VNG pip was steady and welcome as a lighthouse. In 1987, VNG was shut down, much of its role taken by Global Positioning Satellites. A consortium of VNG users was formed, money raised, and VNG blipped again from a new location, but costs finally came to outweigh benefits, and VNG’s last pip was heard on 31 December 2002, at 23:43:43 UTC.

    Dzintarz Zilgalvis // Latvia - video
    Dzingarz Zilgalvis (Latvia) – The Best of International Contemporary and Video Art Festival Waterpieces 2009-2010