Video Mapping and Facade Projection Competition

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Artists are invited to submit their concept ideas for the Genius Loci Weimar Festival in Germany. Submitted concepts will be displayed in a public exhibition in Weimar in Spring 2016. The three winning projects will then be completed with the help of prize money of 15,000 Euros each before being shown in the context of an evening tour of Weimar,itself part of a wider festival to take place in August 2016. Commissions will comprise the creation of a 10-15 minute long high-resolution audio-visual production to be presented in the form of video mapping on three locations during the festival weekend. 

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Expires: March 23, 2016


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