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Video Vortex V: The Moving Image Online
Location: Atomium, Brussels 20-21 November 2009 Video Vortex V is organized by Cimatics festival 2009 in cooperation with the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam and supported by KASK (Faculty of Fine Arts, University College Ghent) and the Center Leo Apostel (CLEA). On November 20-21 2009, Cimatics festival is hosting the 5th Video Vortex conference. [...]
5th edition of Video Vortex in Brussels
Some of you heard it already in Split: the 5th edition of the Video Vortex conference series will be held in Brussels. Video Vortex V is announced for November 20-21 2009, and will be hosted by the Cimatics festival. Previously Video Vortex conferences were held in Brussels, Amsterdam, Ankara and Split. With this second Brussels [...]
VV Split, Program Update
The Video Vortex program has been updated! Check out the updated program here. Video Vortex 4 includes contributions by: Perry Bard, Natalie Bookchin, Maarten Brinkerink, Vito Campanelli, David Clark, Dagan Cohen, Cym and the Aethernauts, Alejandro Duque, Albert Figurt, Stefan Heidenreich, Jasmina Kallay, Sarah Késsene, Lev Manovich, Dalibor Martinis, Gabriel Menotti, Ana Peraica, Valentina Rao, [...]
Video Vortex Split Program
(updated on May 17, 2009) VIDEO VORTEX 4 IN SPLIT, SCHEDULE 21 – 23 May 2009 ///DAY ZERO: THURSDAY 21 MAY 2009 17:00 Screenings 1 Location: Kinoteka Zlatna Vrata Trip – Natalie Bookchin (63 min.) Q&A – Natalie Bookchin (Los Angeles), (20 min.) 19:00 Opening evening Location: Multimedia Cultural Center 19:00 Word of Welcome by [...]
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: VIDEO VORTEX 4
On 22-23 May, 2009 the fourth edition of Video Vortex will take place in Split, Croatia. The Department of Film and Video at the Academy of Arts University of Split and Platforma 9.81 will organize the event, in collaboration with the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam. After previous events on online video and responses [...]
Coming up! Video Vortex 3 Ankara Edition
On October 10-11 2008, the third Video Vortex event will take place in Ankara, Turkey, organised by Bilkent University (Department of Communication and Design), in cooperation with the Institute of Network Cultures. The event will feature a two-day international conference, evening program, live performances and new media art exhibition. As a follow-up to the Amsterdam [...]
Audio and Video Documentation now available!
We are very pleased to announce that audio and video documentation for all Amsterdam Video Vortex sessions are now available on this website. The files can be found on the Documentation page. Each presentation is available to be viewed individually as a flash video. The Documentation page also contains all presentations as mp3 audio files. [...]
Video Vortex Amsterdam has ended. The INC thanks all speakers, audience, funds, crew and technicians for their participation in making it a memorable event! Video Vortex has been blogged extensively by the tireless Masters of Media bloggers: http://mastersofmedia.hum.uva.nl/ Pictures taken at the event can be found on Flickr, feel free to join the photo pool [...]
Tonight at 20:00 Video Slamming @ PostCS 11
Much like poetry slamming the use of short video fragments has become a dominant mode in visual culture. Where are the video files found and how are they used and played with? Is ‘video slamming’ the new way of watching audiovisual files? This evening session is all about the new ways of watching, using, and [...]
VV conference has started!
Today, the Video Vortex conference started at PostCS11. We’ve closed registration, tickets are available at the venue. Hope to see you there! The conference is blogged by the Masters of Media at http://mastersofmedia.hum.uva.nl. Conference photography by Anne Helmond: http://www.flickr.com/photos/video_vortex/. Video documentation of the conference will soon be available at http://www.networkcultures.org/archive/.