International Video Exchange in Troms?

A network initiative between artist/curators, Art Video Exchange (AVE) organizes opportunities for video artists and promotes the production and circulation of international video programming. AVE works to foster a greater appreciation of video art and an exchange of ideas between artists, curators and audiences worldwide.

Art Video Exchange Norway and Small Projects have invited collaborators from the Nordic/Balkan, Central/South Europe, America, Asia and Middle East. Participating countries include: Philippines, Germany, Lebanon, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, USA and Poland. Small Projects have also invited the students of the Academy of Contemporary Art Troms? to present a 30-minute program.

The artist/curators will each present a 30-minute program of video work from their countries and discuss these programs to a public audience. In addition, a symposium will be arranged where the curators will meet to discuss the challenges facing the contemporary video artist/curator. Issues of format and screening praxis, and the wider definition of video art in today?s technological environment.

Participating artists/curators: Artist/Curators:

Claro J. Ramirez (Lopez Museum, Philippines), Claudia Reinhardt (Art Video Exchange, Germany), Eli Souaiby (Art Video Exchange, Lebanon), Enrico Tomaselli (Magmart International Art Film Festival, Italy), Gintar? Matulaityt? (Art Video Exchange, Lithuania), Igor Bosniak (namaTRE.ba project, Bosnia & Herzegovina), Jonas Nilsson and Eva Olsson, (Art:Screen Fest, Sweden), Julie Spars? Damkj?r (Denmark), Kristin Scheving (700IS Reindeerland, Iceland), Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson (USA), Michał Brzeziński (Poland) Mona Bentzen (Art Video Exchange, Norway), Students of the Academy of Contemporary Troms?.

This project is made possible by the Art Video Exchange and with the support of the Nordisk Kulturfond, Kulturkontakt Nord, Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA), The U.S. Embassy Oslo, Tromsprodukt, and Norsk Kulturr?d (Arts Council Norway).

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Michał Brzeziński artysta łączący w swoich działaniach biologiczna materię z systemami informatycznymi, futurolog kulturoznawca. W swoich pracach wykorzystuje interfejsy medyczne takie jak USG, GSR, czy EEG do analizowania afektów w celu poszukiwania międzygatunkowego języka dla kultury cyberorganicznej. Korzenie jego działań artystycznych tkwią w subkulturach muzycznych oraz w sztuce wideo którą animował na pułapie dyskursu teoretycznego w latach 2000 – 2010. Kurator współpracujący z galeriami takimi jak Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi, czy Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej ŁAŹNIA w Gdańsku. Odwołując się do konceptualizmu i medialności sztuki która staje się englobe sztuką wideo, sformułował opisującą ten proces strategię Fake Art, wynikającą z teorii sztuki jako komunikatu.

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  1. This sounds like a fantastic program and opportunity to share what we are all doing with the international community of media visionaries. Please know that as the director and founder of experiments in cinema, I would be very interested in participating in this exciting program and exchange of ideas. There is nothing I enjoy more than traveling my programming to other countries and discussing the state of the (media)art. To date I have been invited to present my festival in Canada, south Korea, Russia, and Argentina. Th reeks nothing more important than sharing these un-dependent media voices with others.
    All the best,
    Bryan konefsky

  2. Subscribe your videos here :
    https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/filmfestivalascona/
    (closed group)

    or here : http://vimeo.com/groups/asconafilmfestival
    (public group)
    best regards
    Andrea Biasca-Caroni