The Video Vortex program kicked of with an event in Brussels on October 5 2007, at Argos. The event, titled Video Vortex: Responses to YouTube, included a seminar with presentations by: Geert Lovink (Introduction), Lev Manovich, Adrian Miles, Tomas Rawlings & Ana Kronschnabel, Peter Horvath, Simon Ruschmeyer, Peter Westenberg, Keith Sanborn and Johan Grimonprez, and was moderated by Sabine Niederer. The programme was curated by Stoffel Debuysere. The Masters of Media blogged the event at http://mastersofmedia.hum.uva.nl. Pics taken by Rosa Menkman can be found on the Video Vortex Flickr page.
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Video Vortex #12 Program
VideoVortex, an artistic network concerned with the aesthetics and politics of online video, will gather again in Malta for a two-day conference in late September 2019. In this edition we are in particularly focussed on bringing new research, theory and critiques of online video – in addition to questions around its integration with social media – to Malta. If you are a graduate student or researcher/critic that is engaged with the theoretical challenges of contemporary (moving) image cultures, please join us for the conference.
Call for Lectures/Theory Presentations VideoVortex XII, Malta, September 27-28, 2019
VideoVortex, an artistic network that deals with the aesthetics and politics of online video, will gather again, this time in Malta, for a two day conference/event and a separate exhibition. If you want to get involved, contribute to the conference, exhibition or screening program, please send us a proposal before 31 Januari 2019.
Presence + Polarization: Natalie Bookchin’s Portraits of America
By Eden Osucha [This interview originally appeared in The Chart] In advance of a screening of her work at Portland’s SPACE Gallery, I interviewed internationally acclaimed New York-based artist Natalie Bookchin about her films Long Story Short (2016) and Now he’s out in public and everyone can see (2017). Bookchin’s extensive body of installation and [...]