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Category: Offline Exhibition

Opening: VM21: Motion of a Nation, curated by Antonio Arévalo, 18 march 2011 h.19.00

Motion of a Nation

curated by Antonio Arévalo

March 18, 2011 at 7.00 p.m.

Gallery V.M.21 Arte Contemporanea is glad to host the works of thirty international and Italian artists, carefully selected by Antonio Arévalo, with the purpose of presenting a crosscutting view of the artistic scene.

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Exhibitions | A Brief History of Privatisation

Ellie Harrison
12 March – 2 May
Daily 12 noon – 9pm
Preview Friday 11 March from 6-9pm with drinks at the bar with the artist
Ellie Harrison’s practice emerges from her continual attempt to strike-a-balance between the roles of ‘artist’, ‘activist’ and ‘administrator’.

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ISCP at Armory Arts Week | March 1 – 6, 2011

Feb 23 – March 5

Gallery Hours
10am – 6pm, Wednesday – Saturday

ISCP announces Theory of a City or the Possibilities of an A4, a solo exhibition by ISCP artist-in-residence Petra Feriancova (Slovakia). For the first time in ISCP’s 16-year history, an ISCP resident will have the opportunity to present a solo exhibition in ISCP’s gallery. This initiative will annually offer three ISCP artists and one alum the space, time and challenge to produce new works of art and to seriously engage with the context of their presentation — ISCP and New York City. Theory of a City or the Possibilities of an A4 by Petra Feriancova is the first exhibition in this series.

Petra Feriancova was born in Bratislava, Slovakia in 1977, where she currently lives and works. She studied at L’Accademia delle Belle Arti, Rome, Italy and Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Slovakia. Her works have been exhibited extensively including Secession Museum, Vienna, Austria (2010), Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK (2009), HIT gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia (2009) and Musée d’Art Moderne de Saint-Etienne, France (2008). She is the winner of Oskár Èepa Award (2010).

Videoakt Open Call/ Convocatoria Videoakt


(Spanish below)

Dear friends,

homesession participates to the second edition of VIDEOAKT, Videoart International Biennial – Barcelona, May 2011, among the celebration of Loop videoart Festival and Fair.

We are glad to announce their open call for videoart. A jury of experts will be in charge of the selection and of awarding a video: the winner will receive the AMISTER Art Friendly award granted as in the last edition, by AMiSTER Collection. The prize consists of the purchase of the winner work by the AMISTER Collection, travel, and hotel expenses.

Everyone is invited to participate without any limit of age or nationality/residence. The deadline is 15-02-2011 (referential date concided with the stamp).

More information:

We warmly invite you to inform you about this event and the bases.

Estimados amigos,

homesession participa a la segunda edición de VIDEOAKT, Bienal internacional de videoarte – Barcelona, Mayo 2011, en el marco de la celebración del festival y de la feria Loop de videoarte.

Nos complace anunciar su open call para videoarte: un jurado formado por expertos del videoarte seleccionará algunas de las obras presentadas tanto para selección como para ganador a concurso. La obra ganadora será acreedora del premio AMISTER Art Friendly, otorgado como en la versión anterior por la Colección del HOTEL AMISTER. Que consiste en la compra de la obra para la colección, pasaje y hotel al ganador para las fechas del evento.

Estáis todos invitados a participar sin límite de edad, ni procedencia.

Más información:

Os invitamos cordialmente a informaros sobre este evento y las bases de participación.

media sponsors videoakt


Via Farini 32, 20159 Milano
tel 02 89053083
11.00-13.00; 14.30-19.00

curata da Andrew Berardini
13 gennaio – 26 febbraio 2011
Opening: 13 gennaio, 18.00-21.00.
Special performance di Joel Kyack.

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The Inaugural San Francisco- El Salvador Film and Video Fest

OPENING NIGHT: December 3rd @ 7:00 pm
“La Ultima Ofensiva” (Q and A with Director José Luis Sánz follows screening)
(see our site for details)
Sat. December 4th, @ 2, 4, 6, & 8pm
Sun. December 5th, 2 & 4 pm
Theater; $10 Admisión, $8 youth students and seniors; 13-and-under FREE

El Salvador: so far from Hollywood, but ever so close to reality. That’s why the Ana Gomez Cultural Collective and the Mission Cultural Center have teamed up to produce the Inaugural San Francisco – El Salvador Film and Video Festival. Because el Pulgaricito (as El Salvador is affectionately known) might be small in size, but it’s got big history-and talented film and video-makers to make sense of it all. Join us for three days… packed with documentaries, shorts, and animation – all from Salvadoran directors.

El Salvador: tan lejos de Hollywood, pero tan cerca a la realidad. Por eso el Colectivo Cultural Ana Gomez y el Centro Cultural de la Misión se unen para celebrar el primer festival de cine y video Salvadoreño en San Francisco.
Por el Pulgarcito es pequeño, pero su historia es grande– y tiene talentosos cineastas para hacernos entenderlo. Disfrute tres días repletos de documentales, cortometrajes, y animación — todo hecho por directores salvadoreños.

Exhibition: A Modular Framework / Un Marco Modular



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by Raquel Herrera

A look at Brian Mackern’s vintage computer, “toothless”, which he sold in a performatic move.

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MAPPING TIME: Visualization of temporal patterns in media and art

Exhibition by Lev Manovich, Jeremy Douglass, William Huber

With: Adelheid Heftberger, Agatha Man, Alex Avrorin, Bertrand Grandgeorge, Bob Li, Chanda L. Carey, Christa Lee, Christine Pham, Colin Wheelock, Daniel Rehn, Devon Merill, Jia Gu, Kedar Reddy, Laura Hoeger, Michael Briganti, Nichol Bernardo, Ong Kian Peng (aka Bin), Rachel Cody, Sergie Magdalin, So Yamaoka, Steven Mandiberg, Sunsern Cheamanunku, Tara Zepel, Victoria Azurin, Xiangfei Zeng, Xiaoda Wang.

October 4 – December 10, 2010
University of California, San Diego

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Medialab Prado: Próximas actividades / Upcoming Activities. 25.10.10 – 31.10.10

Plaza de las Letras
C/ Alameda, 15 · 28014 Madrid
+34 913 692 303

Entrada gratuita / Free admission

(English below)

Taller: Editar y publicar el mundo

Martes, 26 octubre / 18:00h a 20:00h

Tercera sesión de la serie de talleres organizados por el equipo Cultura Urbana (UNED) que lleva por título Prosumidores. Lógicas de consumo/producción en las culturas de la red. Este taller está conducido por Fernando González y trata de la función del texto en el ámbito de la web 2.0. Plazas limitadas.

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