Videonale

Website: http://www.videonale.org/en/videonale16-call-entries

Videonale – Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts will include an exhibition and festival programme at the Kunstmuseum Bonn and in the city of Bonn. With PERFORM! as its subject, Videonale invites artists to submit moving-image-based art works which question the implications of performative action today. All types of experimental moving-image-based works (single and multi-channel video, video installation and Virtual Reality projects) as well as performance projects can be submitted to the competition. Works submitted may not be more than two years old (produced after 1/1/2014). Artists are not permitted to submit more than one entry. The works exhibited will compete for the Videonale Prize, worth €5,000.

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Expires: July 4, 2016


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