DANUBE Videoart Festival


DANUBE Videoart Festival
Curated by Roland Wegerer
AUSTRIA

13 March to 23 April 2014

VisualcontainerTV is pleased to present for the first time on the webchannel the special selection from Danube Videoart festival from Austria!

Artists presented:

Yuto Hasebe, Japan – Leone Contini, Italy – Beate Hecher/Markus Keim, Austria – Karimah Ashadu, Nigeria – Je’Nl Maeve, Spain – Georgina McNamara, UK – Nisha Duggal, UK – Warnblinkerfilm/Gerard Haubenberger, Austria – Mohamed Abouelnaga, Egypt – Marton Kis, Hungary – Julia Martos, Spain – Arjuna Neuman, USA – Carlo Sampietro, Brazil – Chris Dupuis, Canada – Sandra Eber, Canada – Mauricio Sanhueza, Peru – Judith Van Der Made alias JUJU, The Netherlands/USA – Viktoria Schmid, Austria/Quatar

Screening:

1 – Tree guitar – Yuto Hasebe, Japan – 2:27 min, 2012
2 – Tuscan Chinese – Leone Contini, Italy – 8:44 min, 2013
3 – Harte Arbeit Karger Lohn – Beate Hecher/Markus Keim, Austria – 2:12min, 2012
4 – Lagos Island – Karimah Ashadu, Nigeria – 4:40 min, 2012
5 – Stone Written – je’Nl Maeve, Spain – 4:49 min, 2011
6 – The Costume – Georgina McNamara, UK – 2:33 min, 2013
7 – The Invisibles – Nisha Duggal, UK – 3:45 min, 2012
8 – 90 Brauchtum – Warnblinkerfilm/Gerard Haubenberger, Austria – 4:40 min, 2013
9 – Cairo 11 – Mohamed Abouelnaga, Egypt – 5:44 min, 2012
10 – A Day – Marton Kis, Hungary – 2:21 min, 2012
11 – La otra por sí misma – Julia Martos, Spain – 5:13 min, 2013
12 – Lost in the Caesium Forest – Arjuna Neuman, USA – 10:00 min, 2013
13 – Punda Pandeiro – Carlo Sampietro, Brazil – 3:00 min, 2012
14 – Just Friends – Chris Dupuis, Canada – 4:30 min, 2011
15 – Unfettered – Sandra Eber, Canada – 3:35 min, 2013
16 – My Old Man’s Pistol – Mauricio Sanhueza, Peru – 2:30 Min, 2012
17 – the mythical island Bimini – a hydrozoan dream, Judith Van Der Made alias JUJU, The Netherlands/USA, 1:01 min, 2012
18 – No up no down – Viktoria Schmid, Austria/Quatar – 4:13 min, 2013

About danubeVIDEOARTfestival

The second season of danubeVIDEOARTfestival presents contemporary international video art between 2010 and 2013. The Festival was developed to bring contemporary art in a rural region of Austria.

Videoart gives the opportunity to open a window into the world. The variety of representational possibilities allows creative use of technology and thematic issues. The latest trends in video art will be made accessible to the public, a snapshot of the everchanging positions of its appearance, its images and its contents. The wide range of the selection and the tremendous response of Artists underline the international relevance of this format. From 618 contributions Elisabeth Kramer, Larisa Colesnicov and Roland Wegerer selected the final participants of this festival. 64 videos represent a cross selection of all works submitted. The aim of this selection is to give a wide spectrum of contemporary video art.

The danubeVIDEOARTfestival will present videos from such diverse categories such as short and experimental film, narrative, performance, animation, documentation and “mixed forms”: a challenging and varied, but also funny and entertaining program with the aim to present video art as a contemporary art form to the audience.

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