This is a film of all Rafael Rozendaal websites up to now. It is a screen recording of a browsing session. He visits these 103 websites and talks about making the websites and how they should work, as a reference document for future preservation.
ArtFem.TV is an online television programming presenting Art and Feminism. The aim of ArtFem.TV is to foster Women in the Arts, their art works and projects, to create an international online television screen for the creativity, images and voices of Women. ArtFem.TV is a non-profit artist run ITV and media art portal about Art and Feminism and has been founded in the year 2008.
OPEN CALL FOR VIDEO ART
INTERNATIONAL VIDEO ART FESTIVAL
25 – 30 JULY 2012, VARNA, BULGARIA
VIDEOHOLICA Video Art Festival in Varna, Bulgaria is accepting now video art submissions for its 5th anniversary edition.
The 5th VIDEOHOLICA is planned to take place between 25th and 30th July 2012 in Varna within the framework of the International Biennial for Visual Arts AUGUST IN ART.
The 5th VIDEOHOLICA will animate again with evening video art projections the Varna public and outdoor spaces, such as the inner yard of the Varna Archaeology Museum, the back yard of the Varna Puppet Theatre, the Rakovina Open-Air Stage in the Varna Sea Garden, Music Cafe ‘LOOK’, the Roman Baths, Cultural House ‘Harmony’ yard and other. Along with the evening video art screenings, VIDEOHOLICA 2012 will introduce to the Varna public established local and international video art partners’ activities and honored video artists’ talks, in parallel with discussions and exhibitions to take place in gallery, museum and alternative spaces in Varna, presenting the video art on a global scale.
The 5th anniversary edition of VIDEOHOLICA will award the following prizes:
First Prize – GOLDEN VIDEOHOLIC
Second Prize – SILVER VIDEOHOLIC
Third Prize – BRONZE VIDEOHOLIC
Award for young Bulgarian author – YOUNG VIDEOHOLIC
Now Showing: Mark Aerial Waller
25th November – 15th December:
“Mark Aerial Waller makes films and videos that reference cinema, providing both an interpretation and interruption of its history. With recourse to technological and narrative mechanisms, Waller stretches, reiterates and at times perverts the mainstream vocabulary of structure and dramatic staging. He selects very particular cameras, stock, transfer processes and camera shots through which to approach narrative time-based work with a painterly, self-referential touch.”