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WOW Jubilee 2020 XII



WOW Jubilee X 1-31 December 2020


WOW Jubilee Corona IX – is the 9th Corona edition

is an intervention in virtual & physical space featuring videoart, netart, soundart & associated interviews –
– in virtual space complemented by


December 2020

The Month December is starting traditionally on 1 December with the World AIDS Day in order to keep vivid not only the memory of the since decade millions people killing pandemic, but also their victims and the perspectives for fighting the pandemic. In 2020, The 7 Memorials for Humanity release The New AIDS Memorial as the main activity of NMF2020 – based on the AIDS Memorial – once launched in 2001, thus 19 years ago, it was after the 9/11 Memorial, the 2nd memorial site, A Virtual Memorial was publishing online – focussed on a less attended aspect – commemorating the artists who died od AIDS. Based on numerous linked resources and created in FLASH, the memorial project became during the years out of date, and the memorial project in the truncated state had to be removed from the net. Now part of The 7 Memorial for Humanity, the time was mature to launch – The New AIDS Memorial – in the framework of NMF2020, using the still existing artists contributions from the former AIDS Memorial as a basis and extend it through a collection of videos, entitled “LGBT – Gender Identity” – taking into account that original HIV was spreading among the LGBT community before is was conquering the rest of the society particularly in the populations in South America, Asia and Africa.
While December located at the end of the year is always representing the occasion to take a retrospective view on the past 12 months, in the case of NMF2020, the past months since its launch in December 2019 had been a retrospective already – a retrospective of the past 20 years, and now the end of the year is starting incorporating some highlights happening during the month December it seems to be more relevant to take a view, what might happen afterwards – after 31 December 2020.
Once, NewMediaFest2020 was launched as a project simply celebrating the 20th anniversary of the start of a new era on 1. January 2000, when Wilfried Agricola de Cologne was (re)born, a big thanks to all people (artists, curators etc) and instances (festivals, museums, galleries etc) collaborating with Wilfried during the past 20 years, and – close to his activities afterwards, so actually NMF2020 was planned as a final point.
Especially, the idea to publish each day of a week, a month and the year 2020 referring to the respective dates of historical events and incidents during the past 20 years, Wilfried became aware of many new perceptions, one of them was – he recognized the potential to start new activities rising from this 20 years developing pool of activities, and another one was, that he must not allow commercial companies to take influence on his life as an artist like ADOBE was taking when the company was killing the popular technology of Shockwave and FLASH, and at the end of 2020 the works of thousands of creative people will vaanish from the net without any trace. So, these were some of the motivations to restart becoming creative and forming something new out of the past 20 years.
Especially the collaboration with Torrance Art Museum (July – September 2020) had a particular inspiring effect, because Wilfried was requested to create a temporary platform for the online screenings due to the Corona crisis. Generally can be said, that for Wilfried the Corona pandemic was no crisis, because he continued his online/offline activities like during the past 20 years before, but due to the CORONA restrictions suddenly the online activities in the field of art got a completely new relevance. People who previously refused condemning any onlime activity suddenly recognized these activities as a way to survive, at all – and suddenly an unusual competition between all these new art related activities was starting, however not in the sense of networking, but by tranferring the former physical activities to the net, which however did not make much sense – it is quite useless when thousands of activities start at the same day at the same time 8.p.m, like they periously did in physical space, there is and was no coordination, but rather a pure chaos, and what was thought to be a chance was killing the chances, because the people did not take into account that the Internet had its own rules. So, one even might speak of a war of cultural activities blocking each other.
But, as it was said, creating for the TAM collaboration a new online platform for Wilfried’s current activities, he did not stop the plaform after the collaboration was finished, but recognized the chance to use ALPHABET – thats the name of this cinema platform – for the screening activities of NewMediaFest 2020 – and continue them after 31 December 2020.
Wilfried’s ideas are to finalize the activities of the past 20 years, and use the result, eg NewMediaFest2020 and its 365 Days structure as a new body for The New Museum of Networked Art and install the screening platform in 2021 as a new art centre for moving images, sonic and interactive art. While during 2020 all users had free and unrestricted access to all the hundreds of publised screening programs, in future the museum exhibitions will be not longer available completely unrestricted, the entrance will remain free, of course no entry fee is required, but like in a conventional museum, the user has to enter the entrance area – which means for the online user – for entering the art exhibition the users have to use a password.
ALPHABET will host all exhibitions in future, the already existing sites of The New Museum of Networked Art containing inforamtions and documentation will be linked with the exhibtion programs on ALPHABET as the central exhibition platform, in this way, especially the video sources can be accessed only via a password.
Actually, Wilfried had been proud to make his artistic and curatorial creations available to online users without any restrictions, but the new cultural context to be released in 2021 and the general conditions have changed – requires restrictions for different reasons, also in this concern, that otherwise the traffic on the hosting server is blasting all dimensions. The screening on ALPHABET are attracting so many users that the mark of 100 Terrabyte during the Month October has passsed.
Besides The New AIDS Memorial and its new film collection, the December edition of NMF2020 is continuing The screening of the Gandhi PPNRCD exhibition on ALPHABET featuring 2 new works by Dawn Westlake and Danielle Imara/Yolanta Brener, the features of extension of the CORONA Film Collection, and further above all, the Month December has 3 featured Videoiartists – Isabel Perez Del Pulgar (Spain)- Maria Korporal (Netherland) – Susanne Wiegner (Germany), further of relevance is the relaunch of CologneOFF X – 10th CologneOFF International Videoart Festival and in the section “netart” an exhibtion at MAXXI Rome and a curated contrinution by Elena Giulia Rossi (Rome) are featured until 31 December 2020, when NewMediaFest2020 will be closed after an exciting and challenging retrospective. At this stage, thanks again to coll collaborators which made this unusual retrospective “Thanksgiving” only possible!

One of the new achievements of The New Museum of Networked Art – is representing the new darkroom/cinema space, name ALPHABET – due to the 26 incorporated cinemas each one with an individual programming. Serving until 31 December 2020 as a screening platform for NewMediaFest2020, The screenings on ALPHABET to be announced on The 365 Days Diary are complementing the attractive November features!


The New Aids Memorial


On occasion of the World AIDS Day – 1 December 2020,
The 7 Memorials for Humanity – release – The New AIDS Memorial
featuring the new film collection entitled: LGBT – Gender Identity

participating artists
Ji-Hyun Kim (South Korea) Joey Hateley (UK) – Ane Lan (Norway) – Chhuon Sarin (Cambodia) – Tom de Pekin (France) – Reuben Preston (UK) – Aryn Zev (USA) – Ina Loitzl (Austria)
Barbara Brugola (Italy) – Arzu Ozkal Telhan (Turkey) – Elizabeth Smolarz (USA) – Irene Tetaz (France) – Rahel Maher (Australia) – Risk Hazekamp (Netherlands) – Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Michael Brynntrup (Germany) Vojislav Radovanović (Serbia/USA) – Tahir Ün (Turkey) – Ausin Sainz (Spain) Ausin Sainz (Spain) – Wrik Mead (Canada) – Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) – Bill Domonkos (USA) – Daria Koshtik (Israel) – Sira & Laura Cabrera (Spain) – Daniel Pinheiro (Portugal) – Sandra Araujo (Portugal) – Hyash Tanmoy (India) – Francesca Lolli (Italy) – Arezou Zibaei (Iran) – Kristina Borhes (MZM PROJECTS) (Ukraina) – Sopheak Sao (Cambodia) – Romit K. Dasgupta (India) – Yao Cong (China)

The New Aids Memorial

The New AIDS Memorial

is consisting of several components – the reconstruction of the memorial released on 1 December 2001 and its extension through a new film collection, entitled: “LGBT – Gender Identity Film Collection.

The Memorial site – is a very personal tribute to the victims of AIDS, Agricola de Cologne was initiating on occasion of 1 December 2001 (Unesco World AIDS Day). It is dedicated to all friends and relatives who died of AIDS, and beyond that specifically all artists who died of AIDS, and generally to all people on Earth being HIV infected, suffering of AIDS and died of AIDS.

Agricola de Cologne grew up as a part of the generation who was living for the first time in history in sexual freedom. Most of the student fellows in Munich and Amsterdam (1971-1978) were gay or lesbian, but in 2001 Agricola de Cologne stated for the first time – and was tremendously shocked, that none of these people was still living but died of AIDS meanwhile, and as one of only a few he had survived. He was the survivor of a lost generation.

At first, AIDS was widely underestimated, than the shock of being infected was tremendous, but when many people finally realized the deadly desease wasn’t that deadly, at all, because via a special medical treatment the outbreak of the desease could be put off, they reacted defiantly, and continued their former life, in any case all of the affected could not prevent the outbreak and died.

Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is a spectrum of conditions caused by infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Following initial infection, a person may not notice any symptoms or may experience a brief period of influenza-like illness.Typically, this is followed by a prolonged period with no symptoms. As the infection progresses, it interferes more with the immune system, increasing the risk of developing common infections such as tuberculosis, as well as other opportunistic infections, and tumors that rarely affect people who have uncompromised immune systems. These late symptoms of infection are referred to as acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).[5] This stage is often also associated with unintended weight loss.

HIV is spread primarily by unprotected sex (including anal and oral sex), contaminated blood transfusions, hypodermic needles, and from mother to child during pregnancy, delivery, or breastfeeding. Some bodily fluids, such as saliva and tears, do not transmit HIV. Methods of prevention include safe sex, needle exchange programs, treating those who are infected, pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis, and male circumcision. Disease in a baby can often be prevented by giving both the mother and child antiretroviral medication.[4] There is no cure or vaccine; however, antiretroviral treatment can slow the course of the disease and may lead to a near-normal life expectancy. Treatment is recommended as soon as the diagnosis is made.[14] Without treatment, the average survival time after infection is 11 years.

AIDS was first clinically reported on June 5, 1981, with five cases in the United States. The initial cases were a cluster of injecting drug users and homosexual men with no known cause of impaired immunity who showed symptoms of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP), a rare opportunistic infection that was known to occur in people with very compromised immune systems.[223] Soon thereafter, an unexpected number of homosexual men developed a previously rare skin cancer called Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS). Many more cases of PCP and KS emerged, alerting U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and a CDC task force was formed to monitor the outbreak.

In the early days, the CDC did not have an official name for the disease, often referring to it by way of the diseases that were associated with it, for example, lymphadenopathy, the disease after which the discoverers of HIV originally named the virus. They also used Kaposi’s sarcoma and opportunistic infections, the name by which a task force had been set up in 1981. At one point, the CDC coined the phrase “the 4H disease”, since the syndrome seemed to affect heroin users, homosexuals, hemophiliacs, and Haitians. In the general press, the term “GRID”, which stood for gay-related immune deficiency, had been coined. However, after determining that AIDS was not isolated to the gay community, it was realized that the term GRID was misleading and the term AIDS was introduced at a meeting in July 1982. By September 1982 the CDC started referring to the disease as AIDS.

AIDS Memorial 2001


The 2001 Memorial is representing a reconstruction of the orinially in Flash created memorial – which however is no longer accessable due to the obsolete technology. Some of the linked contributions are based on dead links, and heve been removed therefore.

Many artists participating in the AIDS Memorial were contributing a tribute to an artist who died of AIDS.
Participating artists:

Robert Atkins, Antonio Sassu, Michael von Karkowsky, Agricola de Cologne, Eldar Karhalev, Fatima Lasay, John Abrams, Peter Wright, Joey Gilman, Joe de Hoyos, David B. Abbott, Max Greenberg, James Greenwood, Digital Sisters Indeed , Jayce Salloum, Martin Nossen, Jack Pierson, Rick Miller, Bobby Nelson, Jochen Klein, Arnold Kall, Attila Lukacz , Jack Hart, Masami Teraoka, Jim Hodges, Angela McCullough, Peter Hujar, Niels Pfahl, Vincenzo Scarpi, Nicolas Nixon, Nikolaus Utermoeler, Niels Pfahl, Roger Lips, Ferdi Kroll, Elisabeth Olson , Mara Nortrup, Loel Poor, Todd Perl, Hunter Reynolds , Todd Perl, David Woynorowicz , Mary Berridge, Juan Luis Belem, Andreas Fux, Michael Treiber, Marc Morrisroe, Bill Jacobson, Robert Giard Photo Gallery, Maria van Royen, Dean Lance, Danijela, Fid Chinoy, Zsolt Keserue, Mike Haskett, Birgitta Jonsdottir, Gavin Hayward, Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca, Domenico Olivero, Seth Lew, Malale Maswanya, Greg Alayon, Catherine March, Karl Grimes, Beate Zurwehme, kevin parks hauser, Owen Plotkin, Stephen Mead


The LGBT - Gender Identity Film Collection

2001-2010 (4:3)

Ji-Hyun Kim (South Korea) – Wo-men, Wo-rld”, video, 2003, 2:40
Joey Hateley (UK) – A: Gender, 2003, 5:30
Ane Lan (Norway) – Ane Lan, 2002, 3:00
Chhuon Sarin (Cambodia) – 2010, 21:55
Tom de Pekin (France) – Le Majorettes, 2004, 4:30
Reuben Preston (UK) – 25 pairs of shoes and a man, 2004, 3:52
Aryn Zev (USA) – Electric Icon, 2009, 13:00
Ina Loitzl (Austria) – Snow-white and red like a rose, 2005, 5:00
Barbara Brugola (Italy) – Kiss_Bieke_Kiss, 2007, 8:00
Arzu Ozkal Telhan (Turkey) – Entitled, video, 2003, 3:34
Elizabeth Smolarz (USA) – You & Me, 2003, 3:00
Irene Tetaz (France) – Il Nue, 2006, 5:00
Rahel Maher (Australia) – Misstar, 2002, 2:00
Risk Hazekamp (Netherlands) – Gay King, 2005, 3:00
Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Gouse pf Tomorrow, 2005, 3:00
Michael Brynntrup (Germany) – TV-X-perm. (Being Queer As A Commissioned Work), 2003, 3:40

2011-2020 (16:9)

Vojislav Radovanović (Serbia/USA) – Suburbia, 2020, 11:00
Tahir Ün (Turkey) – The Wonderfil Affair, 2016, 5:10
Ausin Sainz (Spain) – Russia, 2019, 2:20
Ausin Sainz (Spain) – Infecto 2016, 2:55
Wrik Mead (Canada) – Outcognito, 2017, 5:11
Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) – Jealous Guy, 2014,4:35
Bill Domonkos (USA) – Il Custode, 2013, 3:28
Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Letter from My Father, 2017, 4:40
Daria Koshtik (Israel) – Stigma, 2020, 2:25
Sira & Laura Cabrera (Spain) – Transmutation, 2018, 10:12
Daniel Pinheiro (Portugal) – Tethered, 2020, 10:20
Sandra Araujo (Portugal) – Mom, I am Not Eating, 2020, 4:00
Hyash Tanmoy (India) – Stark Jesus, 2014, 12:17
Francesca Lolli (Italy) – Inside The House, 2018, 8:58
Arezou Zibaei (Iran) – Cocoon, 2020, 1:00
Kristina Borhes (MZM PROJECTS) (Ukraina) – If Homophobia Ended Tomorrow, 2020, 12:00
Sopheak Sao (Cambodia) – Two Girls Against The Rain, 2012, 11:00
Romit K. Dasgupta (India) – Azure, 2009, 9:52
Yao Cong (China) – B²EAU²T²Y, 2014, 15’30”

The New AIDS Memorial/

On 1 December 2020 the LGBT Film Collection will start on ALPHABET screenings – Cinema G (running until 31 December 2020)

WOW Jubilee 2020 X Kolkata

Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Culture Monks & The Wake-Up Memorial present

Gandhi PPNRCD


Gandhi PPNRCD

The complete Gandhi PPNRCD Film Collection is featured until
31 December 2020 on ALPHABET screenings – Cinema L

Gandhi - PPNRCD


Gandhi! – PPNRCD
PPNRCD – stands for “Peaceful Protest – Nonviolent Resistance – Civil Disobedience”

In short, these three methods are representing the essence of Mahatma Gandhi’s fight for the independence of India from the British Empire (15 August 1947).
During the global conflicts, at his time this was most unusual to propagate nonviolence instead of violence and war which was more popular in the uprising nationalism worldwide.
But Gandhi was successful, however, he was paying a very high price – he was assassinated like his likeminded follower Martin Luther King, while propagating nonviolence and, Nelson Mandela whose nonviolence finally succeeded only after he was sitting for decades in prison.

More than 150 years ago – on 2 October 1869, Mahatma Gandhi was born, he was assassinated on 10 January 1948.

What can Gandhi’s methods tell us today?
They haven’t lost anything of their explosive force, think of the current movements of climate change, social equality etc, when “war” and enforcing conflicts are again an option. There is no politician on Earth who does not speak of war currently!

While Gandhi’s achievements are representing the historical roots for later nonviolent political and social movements, the project would like to spotlight incidents taking place after Gandhi’s death driven by the spirit of non-violence and humanity, think of Martin Luther King’s equal rights movement, the peaceful revolution of the German Re-unification or the liberation from the Apartheit in South Africa, for instance, or current movements of climate change, or all the daily situations when people overcome conflicts via nonviolence.

The Birla Academy of Art & Culture Kolkata is planning between 16 October – 22 November 2020– an exhibition on occasion of the 151st anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Invited to prepare a screening program of videos for the anniversary exhibition dealing with Gandhi’s maxims in a narrow or wider sense, Wilfried Agricola de Cologne initiated at The Wake Up! Memorial a new commemorative context, based on the new film collection, entitled; Gandhi – PPNRCD – Peaceful Protest – Nonviolent Resistance – Civic Disobedience, consisting of 30 artvideos, and selected 15 videos as a part of the exhibition context.

This screening program is realized in collaboration between The Birla Academy of Art and Culture Kolkata, Culture Monks India, The Best of Kolkata Campus and The Wake Up! Memorial, A Virtual Memorial Foundation, The New Museum of Networked Art and NewMediaFest2020 complemented and accompanied by the screening of the complete film collection @ ALPHABET at The New Museum of Networked Art online between 15 October and 31 December 2020 (end of NewMediaFest2020).

New on 1 December 2020
Dawn Westlake (USA) – From On High, 2017, 7:44
Danielle Imara – Yolande Brener (USA/UK) – Transatlantic zoom conversations around the Black Lives Matter Protests, 2020, 18:00

Brancha Gautier (France) – Soldiers of Peace, 2020, 3:58
Marek Wasilewski (Poland) – Clarifications, 2020, 6:15
Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – oaktown, 2020, 17:00
Vito Alfarano (Italy) – I Have A Dream, 2019, 11:30D
Dimitris Argyriou (Greece) – 5 Minutes Silence, 2018, 10:52
Yiotis Vrantzas (Greece) – Phone Call from Cairo, 2012, 5:00
Omar Robert Hamilton (Egypt) – The People Demand the Fall of the Regime, 2011, 4:00
Kenji Kojima (Japan) – Gandhi Walks, 2020, 5:00
Claudia Strohm (Germany) – The Woman, 2015, 9:08
Oliver Ressler (Austria) – We Are The Limits, 2019, 10:36
Ausin Sainz (Spain) – Peaceful Protest, 2020, 5:12
Sira & Laura Cabrera Díaz (Spain) – Revolutio, 2014, 6:20
Delphinus inspirations (USA) – Insurrectionists at Heart, 2020, 3:00
Fran Orallo (Spain) – Nuclear Pigeon, 2020, 1:00
Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Souldpower, 2020, 15:00
Kuesti Fraun (Austria) – Tolerance, 2014, 1:00
Shahar Marcus (Israel – Seeds, 2012, 5:08
William Peña Vega (Colombia) – Control, 2013, 3:45
Guilherme Bergamini (Brazil) – Plenitude, 2020, 5:00
Kaiser Nahas (Syria) – A Protest against internet Censorship in Turkey, 2014, 4:26
Daniela Lucato (Italy) – My Name Is Sami, 2020, 3:49
Eda Emirdag (Turkey) – Last Dance, 2016, 1:56
Hande Zerkin (Turkey) – Democracy, 2014, 2:34
Silvia De Gennaro (Italy) – The days of rage, 2011, 03:00
Elisbeth Ross (Mexico) – MEMORY IN THE CITY, 2008, 4’34
Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Never Wake Up, 2016/2001, 3:35
Daniel Djamo (Romania) – Untitled: Syria, 2011, 5:58
Bankleer (Germany) – minority in majority , 2011, 4.30
Kuesti Fraun (Austria) – Tolerance, 2014, 1:00
Ivar Veermae (Estonia) – Warm Up, 2010, 2:24
Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (Germany) – Never Wake Up, 2016/2001, 3:35

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Video Artists of the Month December 2020 –
Isabel Perez del Pulgar – Maria Korporal – Susanne Wiegner

Feature starts on 4 December on ALPHABET

About Isabel Perez del Pulgar - start on 4 December
Isabel Pérez del Pulgar
https://sites.google.com/view/isabelperezdelpulgar/home

Born in Granada (Spain) with residence in France since 2015. Degree in Geography and Stories with the specialty of Art by the University of Granada. In the mid-2000s she adopted as a way of creating and expressing the video. Video as an experimentation vehicle, where the movement is combined, sound and pictorial vision. At the same time, performance is acquiring a greater presence as a means of work. The body like protagonist element and narrative driver. Architecture of stressed physicality of space – time.
Her work as an artist in the fields of painting, photography, and especially his work in video art and short films has been the object of numerous international exhibitions: Rencontres Traverse Video (France), Videomedeja (Serbia), Fonland (Portugal), Art Miden festival (Greece), TEA (Canary Islands), Retransmision (Mexico), Fivac (Cuba), Actions on the margin (Colombia), Femmes Videoart Festival (USA), IVAHN (Spain), MADATAC (Spain)….
Awards and Distinctions: – 2018 Audience Award. – ATLANTICA VISUAL-ART Vol. IX. Islantilla Cineforum International Film Festival, culture patio of Islantilla Huelva (Spain) – 2018 Honorary Mention. International Biennial of Video Art and Animation (VEA), Puebla 2018 (Mexico) – 2018 Prize for the best audiovisual creation work + Special Mention of the Jury for the best experimental work 5th edition of the European Audiovisual Creation Contest CTL 59’’…

Participant in
The Refugee Memorial
CologneOFF IX
CologneOFF X

Corona! Shutdown?
title of video : Derrière la fenêtre, 1:18, 2020
A strange dystopian situation has returned us to a closed horizon, whose limits are the frame of a window and the earth underfoot, an uncertain square meter.

http://retro.newmediafest.org/04-december-2020/

About Maria Korporal - start on 5 December

Maria Korporal
http://www.mariakorporal.com

Maria Korporal was born 1962 in Sliedrecht, the Netherlands. She studied graphics and painting at the St. Joost Academy of Fine Arts in Breda. During her studies she began working with photography and she graduated with, among other things, a video installation. After her studies, in 1986, she moved to Rome, Italy, where she lived until 2013. Since 2014 she has lived and worked in Berlin.
The artistic production of Maria Korporal includes video art, installations, interactive art and performances. Besides she is active as web- and graphic designer.

participant in
VideoChannel – [self]~imaging
CologneOFF VIII 2012
CologneOFF IX 2013
CologneOFF X 2014
The Refugee Film Collection 2016
Hiroshima/Fukushima Memorial 2016
The W:OW Project 2017
The Wake Up Memorial – Corona! Shut down!
video title: The First After-Corona Kiss, 2020, 4:05
In this video I visualize the tensions of the Coronavirus situation and the lockdown. In the end I imagine the liberation and the beauty of the time when we can hug each other again: it will feel like the magic of your first romantic kiss ever.

http://retro.newmediafest.org/05-december-2020/

About Susanne Wiegner - start on 6 December

Susanne Wiegner
http://www.susannewiegner.de/
participant in

VIP – VideoChannel Interview
Vad – Video Art Database
CologneOFF V – 5th Cologne Online Film Festival 2009

Susanne Wiegner studied architecture at the Academy of fine Arts in Munich and at Pratt Institute in New York City. She works as an architect and 3D-artist in Munich, Germany. In addition to projects in real space, for several years she has been creating 3D computer animations dealing with literature and with virtual space.
Venues where her work have been shown include the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Literaturhaus in Munich, the Jenisch Haus in Hamburg, the Kunsthalle Kempten, the Paraflows Festival in Vienna, the EMERGEANDSEE Festival in Berlin, “Les Instants Vidéo” in Marseille, the International Film Festival in Rotterdam and EYEBEAM in New York City.

http://retro.newmediafest.org/06-december-2020/

the solo features start on 4, 5 and 6 December – running until 31 Dece,ber on ALPHABET
Cinema H


The complete Gandhi PPNRCD Film Collection is featured until
31 December 2020 on ALPHABET screenings – Cinema L


CologneOFF X – Total Art


The complete CologneOFF IX including 16 programs will be screened on ALPHABET – Cinema C between 1 Dec 2020 and 31 January 2021, presenting each weeks another program

CologneOFF X -Total Art

CologneOFF X – 10th Cologne International Videoart Festival

CologneOFF X
10th Cologne International Videoart Festival
“Total Art”
(Gesamtkunstwerk)
curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
The motto of the 10
th Cologne International Videoart Festival – “Total Art – Gesamtkunstwerk” is not only related to the type and contents of the audiovisual video works to be selected, but also to the meaning CologneOFF has as an artistic creation of its own.
It points to the fact that the festival activities are the creative output of the media artist Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, founding director und curator of CologneOFF whose artistic creative work in form of curating is manifesting itself in that special type of art work, the 10th festival edition of Cologne International Videoart Festival., respectively the totality of the project, entitled CologneOFF – Cologne International Videoart Festival, including 10 editions of an experimental and experimenting festival, and in this way, 10 years of an exciting media development. The festival as an art project and a cultural creation.
However, Agricola de Cologne is not placing himself and his creation in the foreground, but the particular complex audiovisual creations by the submitting fellow artists whose video works follow all the idea of the “Gesamtkunstwerk” using an individual audiovisual language, and in this way, the medium of digital video in all its technological complexity in order to confront the audience with multi-facetted contents, the manifestation of philosophical, political, cultural or artistic statements through a critical view on the PRESENT, sometimes ironically and with a sense of humour, but very serious und profound in artistic concern.
The programs follow each one a concept of its own alienating usual perceptions in visual and philosophical terms. They reflect art transporting memory from the Past, the identity of the artist under continuously changing conditions, the environment people are living referring to Present and Future.
By taking a look on the reality they recognize the world is not like it looks like, a game between the real and surreal, between the subjective and the objective, polarizations and contradictions within themselves, exciting and disturbing.
CologneOFF X is the10th festival edition in sequence. In the time of the rapid development of everything is that kind of continuation representing an enormous value, especially considering that CologneOFF started in 2005, its foundation from point zero, and established among the relevant videoart festivals on the globe within quite a short time despite or due to the concept of a new type of nomadic festival which is taking place all over the year, seven days a week and 24 hour ours a day, in an exchange between virtual & physical space via the Internet & festival events all over the world with the best collaboration partners.

Venues 2014

-Videoart Festival Miden Kalamata Greece – 3-5 July 2014
-Ares – International Film and Media Festival Syracuse/Italy (August 2014
-Waterpieces Video & Art Festival Riga/Latvia – 15-17 August 2015
-MIVA _ International Videoart Festival Quito/Peru – 25 August – 14 Sept 2014
-Institut fuer Alles Mögliche Berlin/Germany – 4 September 2014
-Muza Plus – a space for art Tel-Aviv/Israel – 13 September 2014
-Onomato e.V. Düsseldorf/Gerrmany – 25 September 2014
-Proyector Videoart Festival Madrid/Spain (25 Sept – 05 Oct 2014)
-Athens International Videoart Festival (Greece) – 3-5 Oct 2014
-“Damen und Herren” e.V. Düsseldorf/Germany – 10 October 2014
-Torrance Art Museum Los Angeles/USA – 6 Nov – 6 Dec 2014
– Parachute Light Zero Paris France – 21 November 2014
-EuroShorts Film Festival Gdansk/PL 24-30 Nov 2014
-Euro Shorts Film Festival Warsaw/Poland 24-30 Nov 2014
-VideoBabel – International Audiovisual Festival Cuzco/Peru (Nov 2014)

“Total Art”
The festival programs stand all under the topic of “Total Art ” (Gesamtkunstwerk)

1. Total Art – Alienated Territories
Brit Bunkley (NZ) – By Blood and Water, By Blood and Sand, 2014, 5:37
Boris Eldagsen & Sabine Taeubner (Germany) – SuperHigh, 3013, 38:00
Jaime Ekkens (USA) – A Life With Asperger’s, 2013, 4:00
David Finkelstein (USA) – Epistolary Fusillades, 2010, 18:11
Francesca Fini (Italy) – Little Pills Blues, 2013, 5:10
Rick Fisher (Canada) – Arcadia, 2014, 4:49
Felice Hapetzeder (Sweden) – 366, 2014, 1:24
Istvan Horkay (Hungary) – Mother, 2014, 4:51
Umesh Mangupudi ( India) – March To Nowhere, 2014, 6:06
Mani Mehrvarz (Iran) – Wistful Affection For The Past, 2013, 3:06
Neil Ira Needleman (USA) – Freedom, 2013, 4:32
Heidi Kumao (USA) –Swollowed Whole, 2014, 3:53
Albano Ruela (Portugal) – What is in Your Bag II?, 2013, 6:06
Robert Quelven (France) – La Topologie des 9 Cercles – #6, 2013, 5:40
Jean-Michel Rolland (France) – The Race, 2013, 3:45
Mauricio Sanhueza (Peru) – Copycat, 2013, 8:12
Atom Samit (Spain) – I once thought the consequences of having a cat (or the life that the cat was not expected), 2013, 1:26
Cinzia Sarto (Italy) – Disquiet, 2013, 3:13
Swen-Erik Scheuerling (Germany) – Box NN, 2013, 4:44
Tina Willgren (Sweden) – (+), 2014, 4:13
vvitalny (Tusia Dabrowska & Clara Inés Schuhmacher) (USA) – In Peru, 2013, 3:05

2.
George Afedzi-Hughes (Ghana) – Dodge West, 2014, 4:00
Alexandra Anikina (Russia) – Some Entropy in Your Tea, 2013, 8:15
Michael Gaddini (Italy) – “My TV Heart”, 2013, 7:40
Giulia Giannola (Italy) – The Lap, 12013, 3:55
Farid Hamedi (Iran) – Theatre for the Artist, 2014, 1:50
Saman Namnik (Iran) – Illusionists, 2014, 6:00
Magnus Irvin (UK) – The Flasher, 2014, 2:48
Tamim Jamshed (Ireland) – Only the Lonely, 2013, 3:48
Maria Korporal (Netherlands) – {Naked}, 2012, 4:01
Dustin Morrow (UK) – Ground London, 2013, 7:41
Valerio Murat and Antonio Poce (Italy) – Meine Meimat, 2012, 4:32
Cristina Pavesi (Italy) – Giallo, 2014, 4:00
William Pena (Colombia) – Control, 2013, 3:45
Pinina Podesta (Italy) – Sound Visionary, 2014, 3:06
Isabel Del Pulgar (Spain) – Ossum, 2014, 9:20
Ausin Sainz (Spain) – Dictator. 2014, 03:47
Atom Samit (Spain) – Disappear, 2014, 3:26
Anthony Sherin (USA) – DUÆL: Lee + Man, 2014, 5:09
SinQuenza (Spain) – Exotic Shadow in a Shadow, 2013, 2.15

3. Total Art – One Minute Wonder
Betty Boehm (Germany) – A Stair Dance, 2008, 1:09
Luigia Cardarelli (Italy) – The Unspoken Words, 2014, 1:09
Iván Rojas Carvacho (Spain) – Atomic Breatfast, 2013, 1:32
Oksana Chepilik (Ukraine) – The Reborn, 2013, 1:00
Timothée Corteggiani & Nathalie Giraud (France) – The girl with the red balloons, 2013, 1:00
Nynke Deinema (NL) – The Mummer, 2014, 1:33
Diego Deloscampos (Uruguay) – A Vanishingly Small Attempt, 2013, 1:00
DONAU (Daniel Lachenmeier, Andreas Thierstein) (CH) – Paillasson, 2011, 1.08
David Hochgatterer (Austria) – Matches, 2012, 1:40
Jonathan Johnson (USA) – Blind Return, 2014, 1:00
Laurie Joly (France) – 000000002, 2007, 1:00
Lucija Konda Labas (Croatia) – Networking, 2012, 1:00
Igor Krasik (Germany) – Breakadventure , 2014, 1:18
Mauri Lehtonen (Finland) – Jump, 2014, 1:00
Jerome Chia-Horng Lin (Taiwan) – The Journey of Water within Roses, 2014, 1:30,
Grant Petrey (UK) – Semaphore, 2013, 1:15
Tatiana Poliektova, Olga Poliektova (Russia) – Warm Liguria, 2013, 1:00
Lisi Prada (Spain) – Water- Food for Your Eyes, 2014, 1:00
Johanna Reich (Germany) – Pleinair, 2013, 1:00
Flako Rojas (Venezuela/Belgium) – Cantico, 2013, 1:16
Karin Till (Australia) – Elemental, 2014, 1:00
Jose Vieira (Portugal) – The Great Builder, 2013, 1:38
Monika Zywer (PL) – Devour Art, 2014, 1:00

4- Total Art – Alienated Memory

Monika Adler (UK) – Involuntary Memory, 2013, 3:47
Angela Aguayo (USA) – Deathwork, 2013, 5:27
Aleksander Johan Andreassen (Norway) – A Rock, 2013, 2:29
Collin Bradford (USA) – Deep Horizon, 2013, 6:35
Catherine Del Buono (USA) – How to Not Get Raped, 2014, 3:04
Marina Fomenko (Russia) – Not Water, 2014, 4:44
Analia Fraser (Argentina) – A glance / Una mirada, 2012, 11:00
Ela Goldman (Israel) – “Pogranicze” (Borderlands), 2013, 3:49
Felice Hapetzeder (SWE) – Yesterday was no good day, 2014, 6:00
Che-Yu Hsu (Taiwan) – November 11th 1970, 2012, 8:01
Kenji Kojima (Japan) – Composition Fukushima 2011, 2014
Konstantin Larchenko (Russia) – Story, 2014, 28:00
Richard Legaspi (Philippines) – Waiting, 2013, 14: 43
Elisabeth Leister (USA) – Strange Loop, 2014, 6.45
Filip Gabriel Pudło (Poland) – Operation Castle, 2013, 4.20, 10:00
Denes Rusza (Hungary) – Kids, 2014, 4:06
Mauricio Sanhueza (Peru) – Do You Smell That, 2014; 2:15
Veniamin Tronin (Russia) – Hearth, 2013, 30:00
Alienor Vallet (France) – Chronicle of the 6th reach, 2013, 7:00
Alina Vasilchenko (Russia) – I like going the the Pet Stores, 2014,7:00
Simon Welch (France) – Focus, 2014, 7:37
Zaoli Zhong (China) – A Dangerous Question, 2012, 5:35
Xiaowen Zhu (China) – Terminal island, 2013, 10:50

5. Total Art – Alienated Identities
Apotropia (Italy) – K, 2012, 4:00
Lisa Birke (Canada) – Red Carpet, 2013, 9:59
Katina Bitsicas (USA) – Autonomous Autopsy, 2014, 4:26
Catherine Del Buono (USA), How to Not Get Raped, 2014, 3:09
Anna Garner (USA) – Sequential Interactions, 2013, 1:54
Giulia Giannola (Italy) – Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor, 2012, 04:58
Matt Gibson (USA) – The Turtle, 2013, 2:00
Claire Gustavson (USA) – Putting on a Show!, 2014, 5:06
Levi Hanes (Ireland) – Shapes on Grey, 2014, 3:14
Yu_Hang Huang (Taiwan) – Identity Correlation, 2009, 5:41
Sara Holwerda (USA) – Chair Dance, 2012, 6:26
Magnus Irvin (UK) – Cake, 2013, 2:48
Francesca Leoni (italy) – D (mov#2), 2013, 3:15
Johanna Reich (Germany) – Phoenix, 2012, 3:20
Victor Ripoll, (Spain) – Don’t Move, 2014, 2.34
Carlo Sampiero (Italy/USA) – TAMBOURINE BUTTOCKS, 2012, 2:10
Cinzia Sarto (Italy) – Forbidden Fruit, 2009, 4.40
Zaoli Zhong (China) – We Are Walking All on the Same Road, 2014, 12, 06
Weigang Song (China) – Walling Dissensus, 2014, 5:01
Alexandar Tokin (Serbia) – She Is I, 2013, 9:17

6. Total Art – Brave New World
a collaboration with Institute fuer Alles Moegliche Berlin/Germany

Shiva Ahmadi (Iran) – Lotus, 2014, 8:52
Fatih Bilgin (Turkey, – How would you like to Migrate, 2013, 3.36
Laura Cabrera Díaz y Sira Cabrera Díaz (Spain) – “Irreconciliables, II”, , 2014, 3:54
Gabin Cortez Chance (USA) – Do Americans Dream of Being Electric Sheep, 2014, 7:52
Kristina Cranfeld (UK) – Manufactured Britishness, 2013, 10:00
Robert Dohrmann (USA) – Me America, 2009, 1:38
Francesca Fini Italy) – Touchless, 2014, 4:46
David Fodel (USA) , So Were You, 2012,1:12
Sedi Ghadiri (Iran) – The Kings Hand, 2014, 10:00
Sanglim Han (S.Korea) – Bloom, 2012, 3:35
Fabian Heitzhausen (Germany) – I’m Game, 2014, 3:08
Zoe Hough (UK) – Smile, The Fiction had Already Begun, 2014, 3:30
Lenka Kurikova & Michal Hustaty (Slovakia) (Slovakia) – Who Wants To Belong to My Country, 2014, 3:41
Keni Kojima (Japan) – Composition Fukushima 2011, 2014, 10:00
Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) – 370 New World, 2014, 5:08
Ranis Marek (USA) – Hold On, 2010, 3:00
Mr MVIN (Spain) – BREAK GLASS IN CASE OF CRISIS”, 2013, 1:50
Mores McWeath (USA) – Sharing Laizy Gaines, 2013, 5:12
Kaiser Nahhas (Syria) – Anti Censoship Protest at Taksim, 2014, 2014, 4:27
Neil Ira Needleman (USA) – The Great Gate of Kiev, 2013, 2:15
Margerita Novikova (Russia) – Chronicles On The Lap, 2014, 8:38
William Pena (Colombia) – Control, 2013, 3:45
Roland Quelven (France) – La Chambre d’Eric Bm 2014, 4:31
Tabita Rezaire (Guinea) – Same Sex Biz, 2014, 6:19
Hector Rodriguez (Hongkong) – Theorem 8, 2014, 6:49
Mauricio Sanhueza (Peru) – Do You Smell That, 2014; 2:15
Salome MC (Iran) – Drunk Shah, Drunk Elder, 2012, 4:21
Siniša Stojanović Sinister & Dragana Nikolić (Serbia) – Soup Kitchen – Narodna kuhinja, 2014., 04:59
Karl F. Steward (Germany) – Video of Shadows, 2013, 7:00
Armstrong Tarke (Cameroun) – REVERSE CIVILISATION, 2014, 3:57
Gabriele Tosi (Italy) – The Extreme Challenge, 2014, 4:56
Alina Vasilchenko (Russia) – I like going the the Pet Stores, 2014,7:00
Ivar Vermäe (Estonia) – Crystal Computing (Google Inc., St. Ghislain), 2014, 9:19
Yuval Yairi & Zohar Kawaharada (Israel) – Land, 2013, 4:36
Alexander Yeltsin (Ukraine) – Warning, 2014, 5:37
Hande Zerkin (Turkey) – Democracy, 2014, 2:34

7. Total Art – Alienated Timelines I
Sandra Araujo (Portugal) – Runtime Error, 2013, 4:12
Natalia Biegaj (Poland) – The Door is Always Open, 2014, 4:28
Giovanni Bucci (Italy) – Never-Never, 2013, 3:44
Consuleo Calitri (ES) & Andrea Nevi (I) – The Hiccup, 2010, 8:25
Alejandro Casales (Mexico) – Adsem Varien, 2014, 8:06
Stephen John Ellis (USA) – Aus dem Kinder , 2011, 5:14
Francesca Fini (Italy) – White Sugar, 2013, 13:00
Ben Fox, (UK) – Recent Tactile Nonsense, 2014, 2:16
Catherine Fraser (Canada) – Woods, 2014, 3:00
Ruben Gonzalez Escudero (Spain) – Walking Around, 2014, 1:38
John Graham (Canada) – Move, 2011, 7:48
Henri Gwiazda (USA) – Beautiful Politics, 2012, 9:10
Gavin Hoffman (Ireland) – Complicit, 2013, 4:08
Ulf Kristiansen (Norway) – Jealous Guy, 2014, 4:35
Isabel Layton (USA) – Little Black Dress, 2014, 2:28
Jerome Chia Horng Lin (Taiwan) – The Path of Water, 2013, 4:49
Michael O’Donnell (USA) – Butternut, 2014, 4:02

8. Total Art – Alienated Timelines II
Albert Merino (Spain) –Visàvis, 2013, 5.05
Tessa Moult-Milewska (Poland) – Spiders and Flies, 2013, 3:30
Belen Paton (Spain) – Belfast Road Closed, 2013, 6:46
Shuai Cheng Pu (Taiwan) – Still Here, 2010, 4:50
Edward Ramsay-Morin (USA) – As Dreams Sometimes Do, 2013, 3: 19
Adrián Regnier Chávez (Mexico) – C of La Fuga, 2014, 4:56
Ausin Sainz (Spain) – The Unborn, 2014, 4:43
Mikio Saito (Japan) – Stripes Too Stripes, 2010, 8:33
Julie Skarland (AU) – Angeline, 2013, 2:49
Ben Skea (UK) – Sleep Vessel, 2013, 2:43
Wojtek Skowron (Poland) – Beetles in Boxes, 2014, 3:56
Karolien Soete (Belgium) – Tempus Fugit , 2013, 3:53
Po-Wei Su (Taiwan)- Plastic Flowers, 2014, 2:56
Ramon Suau (Spain) – Xaoh, 2014, 4:17
Ozan Turkkan (Turkey) – Bipolar Fractal, 2013, 4.32
Adriano Vesicchelli (Italy) – Agent of Chaos, 2014, 3:51
Mizmor Watzman (Israel) – A Thing So Small, 2013, 9:00
Susanne Wiegner (Germany) – Home, Sweet Home!, 2014, 2:59
Owen Eric Wood (CA) – Corrida Autotopia, 2014, 5:00
Ezra Wube (Ethiopia) – Kaled, 2014, 6:10

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Elena Giulia Rossi
Elena Giulia Rossi
(Rome, 1971)

Elena Giulia Rossi works and lives in Rome where she has been collaborating with MAXXI – museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo since 2002.

In 1999 she achieved her degree at the University of Rome La Sapienza with a major in History of Contemporary Art. In 2002 she graduated from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago with a Master of Arts in Arts Administration. She collaborated with P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (summer 2001), and at The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago (spring 2002).

In 2003 she published in Italian Archeonet. Viaggio nella storia della net/web art e suo ingresso negli spazi dei musei tradizionali (Lalli Editore, Siena). Archeonet was revised by contemporary art magazines such as “Arte e Critica” (n. 35/36, ottobre – dicembre 2003, p.89); “Next Exit” (n. 13, december 2003, p.50) and the online magazine “Neural.it” specialized in new media (19 aprile 2005). In 2005 she was Editor of Eduardo Kac, Move 36 (Filigranes Editions, Parigi 2005).
She was invited to be part of the Jury for the Award Netizens II (Galleria Sala 1, Rome 2004), and for the award Premio di Arte Digitale (DARC – Direzione generale per l’Arte e l’Architettura Contemporanee and Fondazione Rosselli, Rome 2005).

She was invited to give lectures an seminars at the University of Siena in the Scuola di Specializzazione in Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte (Siena, 2003-2004-2005), at the Polish Institute (Rome, 2006), at the International conference “Artech Media” (Madrid, 2007).

In 2006 she curated Food in Bytes within Time in Jazz Festival (Berchidda, Sardegna) and She Devils (Studio Stefania Miscetti, Roma).

Since 2005 she has been curating a section dedicated to net/web art at MAXXI – Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo in Rome. She regularly writes for the on-line edition of the Italian newspaper “L’Unità”.

Elena Giulia Rossi is curating for
JavaMuseum – Forum for Internet Technology in Contemporary Art
the exhibition
Seven Ways for Saying Internet with Net Art

to be launched on 1 November 2007
featuring these artists

Juliet DavisReinhald Drouhin
Free Soil (Amy Franceschini, Myriel Milicevic, Nis Rømer)
Molleindustria
Santiago Ortiz
C.J.Yeh
Lorenzo Pizzanelli

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