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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 [...]