The ArtFutura audiovisual program for 2017 analyses the current creative trends presenting the latest in 3D, motion graphics, experimental video and everything related to the new aesthetics.
An Evening of Artists Film and Video brought together by Rose Butler Thursday 28 April 2016 at Access Space 7.00pm – 9.00pm No door tax Followed by drinks at the Rutland The evening will present short videos from a range of artists and filmmakers Rose Butler, Katie Davies, Kyprianou and Hollington, Jane Lawson, OOCS, Bede Robinson and Sophie Robinson. The … Read More
To celebrate the centenary of the anti-art artistic movement, headed up by the likes of Marcel Duchamp, LSFF and Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur in Switzerland are running a DADA Short Film Competition. The competition forms part of the Zürich meets London Festival of Two Cities (17th – 21st May 2016).
Sean Cubitt questions the vulnerability of media archives and henceforth our obligation to them. He analyzes the values of media archives today, and what the structure of these values can tell us about the nature of ethical and political obligation in the 21st century.
ICCC16 is pleased to announce the first edition of its video competition, held in conjunction with ICCC16 in Paris, June 27-July 1, 2016.
Ende Tymes V is the 5th annual festival for NOISE and VIDEO ART in outer NYC. This year it will be held from May 13-17 at multiple venues in Brooklyn and Queens Submissions of video art are requested for screening at Outpost on May 17, 2015. ?The theme is “sound vision” – sound as an integral component of the conceptual … Read More
Theme: At a time when digital technologies are evolving rapidly and analog processes are slipping into obscurity, the possibility for re-invention in image making is ripe. We are looking for artists working in video who explore the concepts of mistranslations, glitches, and failures when combining new and old technical methods. Important Dates: Submission Deadline: January 22nd, 2015 Notification of Selected … Read More
New technologies have had a major influence on the way we communicate and use language today: punctuation and capital letters are being dropped in favour of emoticons, letter-number homophones and acronyms. But are email, instant messaging and mobile text messaging degrading the language? This question surfaces in debates among writers, language professionals and academics, as well as among parents and their children.