Berlin // May 07, 2017
Video art collective Videokills is looking for original silent works 5 to 15 minutes in length from video artists and filmmakers across the world. Work may be abstract, narrative, found footage, animation…[read on]
Video by MONA productions // Apr. 26, 2017
Tracing one minute in every year of filmmaker Jonas Mekas’ life, Douglas Gordon’s memoir-style film ‘I Had Nowhere to Go’ begins with a story of the first image Mekas ever made, in his native Lithuania…[read on]
Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Nov. 12, 2016
Jeremy Shaw’s exploration of transcendental desire has made a significant impression on contemporary art. His contribution has been recognised by the Sobey Art Award, who present him as their 2016 Winner…[read on]
Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Oct. 9, 2016
In October 2016, D’EST Prologue is presenting ‘O’ Mystical East and West’, an event which is the first step for establishing D’EST: A Multi-Curatorial Online Platform for Video Art from the Former “East” and “West” in the future. Initiated by…[read on]
Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Sep. 22, 2016
In ‘Welt am Draht,’ 38 major works from 20 international artists have been selected from the Julia Stoschek Collection, with remarkable significance in the endeavour to understand our personal, social and environmental relationships with digitalisation…[read on]
Blog post by April Dell – in Berlin; Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015.
French skateboard brand and art collective FLVR
invites you to contribute to an international project open to anyone with a skateboard and a video camera. Roulez-Roulez
is a participatory video project that collects ground views from skateboarders in motion. To become a Roulez-Roulez
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 10, 2014.
Many elements must be aligned for the Rohkunstbau
project to exist. The Brandenburg exhibition, now in its 20th year, has hopped locations since its inception in an empty construction hall in Spreewald…[read on…]
Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Tuesday, May 20, 2014.
Artist Florian Meisenberg
knows that we no longer need to marvel at the software of Siri, and he knows that tweeting is already an aging sport. In his second show at Wentrup Gallery
, we aren’t pushed to consider magical or gimmicky aspects of technology mixed with art. Instead, he plays with the already existing…[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Friday, Apr. 18, 2014.
‘s video art engages viewers with its soundscapes as much as its images. The music of Sala’s videos aren’t always separate soundtracks, but are often performances within the video, such as improvisation saxophonist Jemeel Moondoc
‘s playing in Long Sorrow
(2005), the first of Sala’s short films shown at this past Videoart at Midnight
. …[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Thursday, Mar. 27, 2014.
Director Carsten Aschmann said in 2012 rather humbly about his film, Waterscope
, that “There are a lot of films about water. Now here is one more.” But the experimental film paired with the unusual, industrial sounds from Dieter Moebius draws few comparisons…[read on…]