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Videodefunct and Showinabox: Hitting vlogging with a hammer
On Thursday January 17, the Video Vortex vlogging workshop will be hosted by Seth Keen, the Videodefunct Collective and Showinabox at the Netherlands Media Art Institute. Videodefunct and Showinabox: Hitting vlogging with a hammer date: Thursday Jan 17 from 12.00 – 17.00 place: Workspace in the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Keizersgracht 264 Amsterdam A workshop [...]
Conference registration has opened!
Registration for Video Vortex in PostCS11 in Amsterdam on 18 and 19 January 2008 has started. Day tickets can be obtained for € 25,- (students € 20,-) and passepartouts are available for € 50,- (students € 40,-). Please take a look at the registration page for more information. The content of the conference program can [...]
Documentation Video Vortex Brussels
Video documentation for all presentations at the Video Vortex Brussels conference on 5 October 2007, can now be found on the Argos blog. Also, the Masters of Media reported on the conference on their blog. Pictures by Rosa Menkman can be found on the Video Vortex Flickr page.
Curator for One Day
Curator for One Day is part of the Video Vortex exhibition. During the whole period of Video Vortex the Netherlands Media Art Institute is making its whole collection available to the public. Through the Institute’s online catalog one can make a selection from the more than 2000 video works. On the website, fragments of 30 [...]
Video Vortex Brussels
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 [...]
Video Vortex Exhibition opened on October 19
Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam. video vortex exhibition I, 20-10-2007 until 02-12-2007 The exhibition video vortex I is the Netherlands Media Art Institute’s response to the Web2.0 phenomenon. Web2.0 stands for power to the user and democracy for everyone. It has led to innovative forms of media use in which an open and playful collaboration [...]