terça-feira, 30 de abril de 2019

W.R.O. Media Art Biennale 2019's video programs.




VIDEO PROGRAMS


Joacelio Batista (BR) / BlurBoyz (HU) /Dennis Michael, Khieffer Beviz, Istvan Hollos, Mátyás Wettl/ / Zuza Golińska (PL), Magdalena Łazarczyk (PL) / Hamza Kırbaş (TR) / Gaëtan Kubo (JP) / Mathilde Lavenne (FR) / Hirofumi Nakamoto (JP) / Pia Schmikl (DE) / Yann Vanderme (FR)



Jacek Chamot (PL) / Andrés Baron (CO) / Daria Jelonek (DE) / Eginhartz Kanter (DE/AT) / Mirai Mizue (JP) / Leonhard Müllner (AT), Robin Klengel (AT) / Guli Silberstein (GB) / Yann Vanderme (FR) / Dimitri Venkov (RU) / Rafał Żarski (PL)


Rodrigo Gomes (PT) / Jędrzej Sierpiński aka Jedrix3000 (PL) / Kim Kielhofner (CA) / Akihiko Taniguchi (JP) / Hui Ye (CN) / Yann Vanderme (FR)

http://wro2019.wrocenter.pl/en/programy-wideo/

sábado, 20 de abril de 2019

ECVP on the International Video Art Festival «Now&After»


The latest volume of the ECVP :: International Video Art Festival «Now&After»


Participating artists : Per Eriksson, Sojin Chun, Ivelina Ivanova, Ulf Kristiansen, Savio Leite, Renata Padovan, Jacques Perconte, Clémence Demesme, Wai Kit Lam, Simone Stoll, Marina Fomenko, Laura Focarazzo, Clelia Mello, Kika Nicolela, Stina Pehrsdotter, Laura Colmenares Guerra, Yoshiki Nishimura, Kimbura Byol, Vic Von Poser, Jorge Lozano, Jan Kather, Anthony Siarkiewicz, Niclas Hallberg, Duo Strangloscope, Nia Pushkanova, Sonia Guggisberg, John Sanborn, Sigrid Coggins, Joacelio Batista, Gabriel V. Soucheyre, Jan Hakon Erichsen, Lucas Banbozzi, Mike Hollboom, Nung-Hsin Hu, Fumiharo Sato & Hiroko Haraguchi, Christian Leduc, Pila Rusjan & Dejan, Štefančič.
Concept and coordination: Kika Nicolela

http://now-after.org/eng/seichas.php?y=1

segunda-feira, 11 de fevereiro de 2019

EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT vol.6 on VIDEOFORMES 2019


The Exquisite Corpse Video Project (ECVP) at Videoformes 2019 - Festival International d'Arts Numériques de Clermont-Ferrand, France.
ECVP is a unique video collaboration among artists from all over the world, inspired by the Surrealist creation method, the “cadavre exquis”. Initiated in 2008 by the Brazilian artist Kika Nicolela, the ECVP has had the participation of over 100 international artists and it has been presented internationally in museums, festivals and art spaces.
In the ECVP, participants create a 1-minute video in response to the final ten seconds of the previous member’s work. In the end, everyone’s vision is threaded together into an instigating final “corpse”.

ECVP, participating artists:
Per Eriksson, SoJin Chun, Ivelina Ivanova, Ulf Kristiansen, Savio Leite, Renata Padovan, Jacques Perconte, Clémence Demesme, Wai Kit Lam, Simone Stoll, Marina Fomenko, Laura Focarazzo, Clelia Mello, Kika Nicolela, Stina Pehrsdotter, Laura Colmenares Guerra, Nung-Hsin Hu, Jorge Lozano, Jan Kather, Anthony Siarkiewicz, Niclas Hallberg, Cláudia Cárdenas & Rafael Strangloscópico, Nia Pushkarova, Sonia Guggisberg, John Sanborn, Sigrid Coggins, Joacelio Batista, Gabriel V. Soucheyre, Jan Hakon Erichsen, Lucas Bambozzi, Mike Hoolboom, Kim Dotty Hachmann.
Curator: Kika Nicolela

Sélections Parallèles
DIGITAL LOUNGE

Du 15 au 17 mars | Maison de la Culture | Salle Vialatte
Accès libre 

Vendredi 15 : 14h30
Samedi 16 : 10h & 17h

Dimanche 17 : 12h30

http://festival2019.videoformes.com/kika-nicolela/?fbclid=IwAR1nfwPaLHqvOiKf8nhF92MNvkTt_hTnqomc5QwSunhsNuwtjNCIXUvMBEo



EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT vol.6
Commissaire : Kika Nicolela
EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT (ECVP) est le résultat d’une collaboration unique entre des artistes du monde entier s’inspirant de la méthode de création des surréalistes, « le cadavre exquis ». Reprenant le principe séquentiel à l’aveugle de ce procédé, les participants créent des vidéos en rebondissant sur les dernières secondes de la création de l’artiste précédent.

Initié en 2008 par l’artiste Kika Nicolela, le projet a déjà accueilli plus de 100 artistes de 25 pays différents, et a donné naissance à plusieurs vidéos réunies en 6 volumes. Au lieu de fournir une narration linéaire et uniforme, chaque participant maintient son propre style. Chaque artiste interroge, par différents moyens, un certain nombre de genres, de tendances et de stratégies. Depuis 2008, ce processus d’échange inspirant entre des dizaines d’artistes éclaire les possibilités d’une création collective dynamique via des plateformes participatives et de nouvelles technologies de communication. Le « EXQUISITE CORPSE VIDEO PROJECT vol. 06 : Inter- » est le volume le plus récent du projet.
Ceux qui ont participé à ce projet :

Concept et coordenation : Kika Nicolela
Artistes participants : Per Eriksson, Sojin Chun, Ivelina Ivanova, Ulf Kristiansen, Savio Leite, Renata Padovan, Jacques Perconte, Clémence Demesme, Wai Kit Lam, Simone Stoll, Marina Fomenko, Lau Focarazzo, Clelia Mello, Kika Nicolela, Stina Pehrsdotter, Laura Colmenares Guerra, Yoshiki Nishimura, Kimbura Byol, Vic Von Poser, Jorge Lozano, Jan Kather, Anthony Siarkiewicz, Niclas Hallberg, Duo Strangloscope, Nia Pushkanova, Sonia Guggisberg, John Sanborn
Sigrid Coggins, Joacelio Batista, Gabriel V. Soucheyre, Jan Hakon Erichsen, Lucas Banbozzi, Mike Hollboom, Nung-Hsin Hu, Fumiharo Sato + Hiroko Haraguchi, Christian Leduc Pila Rusjan + Dejan, Štefančič

sexta-feira, 25 de janeiro de 2019

Ich bin der übermensch in BIENNALE WRO 2019

BIENNALE WRO 2019 CZYNNIK LUDZKI / HUMAN ASPECT







CELEBRATING ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR, THE WRO 2019 MEDIA ART BIENNALE IS DEVOTED TO EXPLORING THE CZYNNIK LUDZKI / HUMAN ASPECT.


ON ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY, POLAND’S LARGEST SHOW OF INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART, WHICH COMMENCED AS THE INTERNATIONAL SOUND BASIS VISUAL ART FESTIVAL IN 1989 AND HAS EXPLORED THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION TOOLS EVER SINCE, OFFERS A CRITICAL SCRUTINY OF PROCESSES UNFOLDING IN CULTURE, COMMUNICATION, AND SOCIETY BY EXAMINING THE HUMAN ASPECT FROM A POST-TECHNOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE.


FROM MID-MAY TILL THE END OF 2019, A SERIES OF WRO EVENTS WILL EXPLORE THE COMPLEXITY OF THE CURRENT RELATIONS BETWEEN THE HUMAN AND THE TECHNOLOGICAL, WITH THE HUMAN AS AN INITIATOR, A RECIPIENT, AND SOMETIMES A VICTIM OF THESE MUTATING INTERPLAYS.


OVER 1,750 ENTRIES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE BIGGEST FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN POLAND. THEY HAVE ALL BEEN THOUGHTFULLY EXAMINED AND DISCUSSED BY THE WRO ART CENTER PANEL IN RECENT WEEKS, AND SEVENTY WORKS HAVE BEEN SELECTED FOR PRESENTATION DURING THE BIENNALE EVENTS, WHICH BEGIN IN WROCŁAW ON 15TH MAY.



BELOW ARE THE NAMES OF THE ARTISTS, WHOSE WORKS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN FROM THE OPEN CALL:

SABINA HYOJU AHN (KR) / KIM ALBRECHT (DE) / ARTSAT X SIAF LAB: NORIMICHI HIRAKAWA (JP) & KEI KOMACHIYA (JP) & AKIHIRO KUBOTA (JP) / ANDRÉS BARON (CO) / ADAM BASANTA (CA) / JOACÉLIO BATISTA (BR) / BLURBOYZ: DENNIS MICHAEL (HU) & KHIEFFER BEVIZ (HU) & ISTVAN HOLLOS (HU) & MÁTYÁS WETTL (HU) / DOROTA BŁASZCZAK (PL) / JACEK CHAMOT (PL) / CHDH: CYRILLE HENRY (FR) & NICOLAS MONTGERMONT (FR) / NICOLAS CLAUSS (FR) / COUCH: REIKO MIYAZAKI (JP) & HIROKI MIYAZAKI (JP) / DISNOVATION.ORG: NICOLAS MAIGRET (FR) & MARIA ROSZKOWSKA (PL) / ANNA DUMITRIU (UK) & ALEX MAY (UK) / KUESTI FRAUN (DE) / CHLOÉ GALIBERT-LAÎNÉ (FR) & KEVIN B. LEE (US) / THOMAS GARNIER (FR) / ZUZA GOLIŃSKA (PL) & MAGDALENA ŁAZARCZYK (PL) / RODRIGO GOMES (PT) / KATRIN HOCHSCHUH (DE) & ADAM DONOVAN (AU) / HOKORI COMPUTER: KAZUYA HORIBE (JP) & TATSUYA ISHIKAWA (JP) & RITSUKO MIYAKE (JP) & KATSUKI NOGAMI (JP) & HANNA SAITO (JP) / WIM JANSSEN (BE) & DUŠICA DRAŽIĆ (RS) / JEDRIX3000 – JĘDRZEJ SIERPIŃSKI (PL) / DARIA JELONEK (DE) / YASUAKI KAKEHI (JP) & RISAKO KAWASHIMA (JP) / EGINHARTZ KANTER (DE) / KIM KIELHOFNER (CA) / OLGA KISSELEVA (FR) / HAMZA KIRBAŞ (TR) / DEMELZA KOOIJ (NL) / ESMERALDA KOSMATOPOULOS (FR/US) / EGOR KRAFT (RU) / GAËTAN KUBO (JP) / FABIAN KÜHFUSS (DE) / KAREN LANCEL (NL) & HERMEN MAAT (NL) / ALEXIS LANGEVIN-TÉTRAULT (CA) / MATHILDE LAVENNE (FR) / KARINA MARUSIŃSKA (PL) / LUKAS MARXT (AT) / MIRAI MIZUE (JP) / LEONHARD MÜLLNER (AT) & ROBIN KLENGEL (AT) / HIROFUMI NAKAMOTO (JP) / ON / OFF: ZEN LU (CN) & PETE ZHAO (CN) / SHUN OWADA (JP) / RICHI OWAKI (JP) & YCAM / PANGENERATOR: JAKUB KOŹNIEWSKI (PL) & KRZYSZTOF GOLIŃSKI (PL) & KRZYSZTOF CYBULSKI (PL) & PIOTR BARSZCZEWSKI (PL) / ALEXANDER PETERHAENSEL (DE) / LILIANA PISKORSKA (PL) / DANI PLOEGER (NL) / CAHYO PRAYOGO (ID) / PROJET EVA: ÉTIENNE GRENIER (CA) & SIMON LAROCHE (CA) / LUZ MARÍA SÁNCHEZ (MX) / PIA SCHMIKL (DE) / SCHNITT: AMELIE DUCHOW (DE) & MARCO MONFARDINI (IT) & GIANLUCA SIBALDI (IT) / ROBERTINA ŠEBJANIČ (SI) & GJINO ŠUTIĆ (HR) / GULI SILBERSTEIN (UK) / WINNIE SOON (HK) / SAMUEL ST-AUBIN (CA) / TAAVI SUISALU (EE) / AKIHIKO TANIGUCHI (JP) / MITSURU TOKISATO (JP) / EMMANUEL TUSSORE (FR) / TTY-ART (FR) / YANN VANDERME (FR) / DIMITRI VENKOV (RU) / SHOTA YAMAUCHI (JP) / HUI YE (CN) / RAFAŁ ZAPAŁA (PL) / RAFAŁ ŻARSKI (PL) / ::VTOL:: DMITRY MOROZOV (RU).



ALONGSIDE THESE WORKS, THE BIENNALE WILL FEATURE INVITED CURATORIAL PROJECTS AND AWARD-WINNING WORKS FROM THE NATIONWIDE COMPETITION FOR MEDIA ARTS GRADUATION PROJECTS, PRODUCED BY STUDENTS OF POLISH ART SCHOOLS.


THE BIENNALE’S PROGRAM ALSO INCLUDES LITTLE WRO: THIS YEAR, TO MARK THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIENNALE, THIRTY WORKS HAVE BEEN CHOSEN FROM THE WRO COLLECTION TO BE EXAMINED, ASSESSED, AND DESCRIBED BY THIRTY CHILDREN. THEIR IDEAS, NOTES, AND DRAWINGS WILL BE COMPILED INTO A SPECIAL PUBLICATION.


THE FULL PROGRAM WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON 28TH FEBRUARY.


HTTPS://WROCENTER.PL/EN/WRO2019/

     

quinta-feira, 13 de dezembro de 2018

Burnt Fest 2018 – Selection and Screening Program

Burnt Experimental Video Art and Film Fest is happy to invite you to its second edition screening on December 13, 2018!

Displacement, identity, sexuality, sharp humor and burning sarcasm on social and political issues, revisited history and space – as experienced by artists from 14 different countries. Join us for our second international edition, hosted by the amazing The Diving Bell Social Club / Club Social Le Scaphandre! Doors at 7pm, screening at 8pm.

Audience members will have an opportunity to select their favorite work, marking it directly on the program, resulting in an Audience Choice award! The even is PWYC – NOTAFLOF suggested $10. Funds collected at the screening will form the cash prizes for the Audience Choice and Jury Choice Awards!

PROGRAM

“Your Loneliness and This Suspended Time” (07:15) – Jinyoung Kim and Kevin Jung-Hoo Park, South Korea / Canada, 2018

Jinyoung Kim – http://www.jinyoung-kim.com

Kevin Jung-Hoo Park – https://vimeo.com/user9808383

A monologue of a person caught in the state of placeless-ness. The video presents extracts of private visual note-taking using cell phones and cameras, with a layer of text that narrates emotional negation of the self, confronted with a loss of a sense of place in an urban environment.

“Moderob” (05:31) – Joyce Joumaa, Canada/Lebanon, 2018

Artist’s page: http://www.joycejoumaa.com/

A poetic essay that discusses boredom in relation to exile.

“say my names”  (01:40) – kimura byol-nathalie lemoine – Belgium / South Korea / Canada, 2015

Artist’s page: https://starkimproject.com/

“say my names” is a video-answer to a small talk-introduction question… ‘but what is your name… really?’ or ‘but how do you want me to call you… which name?’ So, few years of thinking… here is my answer in 100 words… in a 100 second video length.

“The Toaster I Used to Live in” (07:00) – Rojin Shaifei, Iran / Canada, 2016

Artist’s page: https://www.rojinshafiei.com/

Four Iranian girls with different beliefs about having sex. They talk about their opinion about having sex before marriage.

“1st Day & Next Minute” (02:45) – Sara Koppel, Denmark, 2017
Artist’s page: www.nakedlovefilm.com

An explicit punkrush adventure into a gender-fluid-person’s zone of desires where lust & responsibility is constantly dividing & demanding needs.

“Masquarade – Performative Space” (06:24) – Achaymaa Taha, Canada, 2017

The video is showcasing two different performances in which the artist is seen exploring the boundaries of the public and private in a sacred space, in this case a mosque. She is
wearing a cotton cloth that she dyed and sewed herself in a way to express herself and use it as an extension of body. The performances are meant to be an opening of the private praying space for the viewers, but it was also an occasion for the actual users of that space to interact with the artist and the performance itself.

Ich bin der übermensch (09:30) – Joacelio Batista, Brazil, 2018

Utopias are based on fragile structures that arise from the depths of our desires.

INTERMISSION

“The mountain, the parsley and the soil” (13:00) – Esthel Vogrig, Mexico / Canada, 2018

Artist’s page: https://vimeo.com/215955589

To disappear has become a common state in this particular neoliberal moment.
In some places, people are disappearing in the middle of an overwhelming amount of
mediatized images and choreographed circulation patterns, that control and determine
spontaneous states of emergence, especially in overdeveloped countries.
In other places, people are physically disappearing, sometimes in the sea, or in the desert, or they can disappear everywhere and at any moment, like in Mexico.
Affected by the more than 30,000 disappeared people in Mexico during the last ten years, due to an escalation of violence in a low-intensity war caused by neoliberal interest (being the most crucial drugs and foreign mines industries), this video was made when I first moved to Montreal, after perceiving how invisible is the current Mexican situation in Canada. The video portrays an inverted Narcissus, one that does not look at his image but that instead is ready to be crossed by and to dissolve with the surroundings. It proposes to think about the imminent necessity to disappear as individual subjects and to think beyond anthropocentrism.

“Brick” (00:22) –  Gundega Evelone, Latvia, 2018

Artist’s page: www.gundegaevelone.berta.me

A short cinematic poem dedicated to the most powerful and mighty block of the all times – the brick.

“Do You Smell That?” (02:14) – Mauricio Sanhueza, Peru, 2014


In July 2012 Peru, according with The White House report (U.S.A.) regained its former distinction as the world’s top cocaine producer with 358 tons. This work represents in a sarcastic way, the mechanisms of power and the double discourse of a country that is promoted as a tourist destination but is better known for drug trafficking, the violence and the death that this brings with it, not only within Peru but around the world.

“Somewhere in Between” (07:00) – Mirelle Borra, Netherlands

Artist’s page: https://mirelleborra.com


The video Somewhere in Between reflects on the Indo diaspora after the decolonization of the Dutch East Indies (nowadays Indonesia). Hundreds of thousands of people of Eurasian heritage were forced to leave the country after the Bersiap period (the bloody separation between the Netherlands and its colony). The narration of the video conflates a number of comments left on online Indo community networks. Shaped like a stream of thoughts — Somewhere in Between highlights different aspects of the process to redefine identity and culture. The starting point for Somewhere in Between came from one of my favorite main courses on the menu of Indonesian restaurants in the Netherlands. The dish is called rijsttafel (rice table) an elaborate meal with rice and many side dishes — the origin of the rijsttafel is colonial and it is no longer served in present-day Indonesia. It reveals how traces of the spice trade and three hundred years of a colonial past still remain present in Dutch society today. Somewhere in Between is one narrative in an interchanging world of migratory experiences. These particular migrating stories re-contextualize the past and give us insight to the present.





“Snow” (01:01) –  Sylvia Toy, USA, 2018

Artist’s page: www.youtube.com/user/SylviaToyStLouis

This selfie abstraction was inspired by and is composed of my own forgotten, rejected clips. I shot and edited it on iPhone. The soundtrack includes manipulated background TV noise.


“Me Is Doing” (02:00) – Piotr Kuszyński, Poland, 2018

Leading life without conviction in an unreal empty world, filled only from time to time through hope and elation.

“The Event” (05:12) – Mo Flannery, Australia, 2017



This is an autobiographical account from the position of the observer from a CCTV traffic control room. It recounts the moral and ethical dilemma of watching through mediated screens a protest by a single woman against an authoritarian system. A woman who closed a major freeway in a provocative stance. It also informs the complexities that arise to that of bearing witness to an event out of the ordinary.

“10th Frame” (01:10) – Kent Tate, Canada, 2018

Artist’s page: https://vimeo.com/kenttate

Memories are a confluence of the personal and the collective, the secret and the shared.
Shaped by time and space, memories alter perceptions of what is remembered as well as what is forgotten. Pope John Paul II arrived at the Vancouver International Airport on Sept. 18, 1984. Days before his arrival, Transport Canada urged people to stay away, stating that there would be “absolutely no opportunity” to view Pope Paul at the airport. A local reporter at the time remarked that “You’d take 10 frames and you’d never get him, and then suddenly his face would appear between the two cops standing in front.” Eleven years earlier on Sept. 18, 1975 Patty Hearst was arrested by the FBI 1,532 Km south of Vancouver.

“To Whom Have You Abandoned Us, Our Father?” (09:00) – Yarema Malashchuk, Roman Hime, Ukraine, 2018

Artists’ pages:

yaremaandhimey.com

vimeo.com/yaremahimey



A docufiction about professional choristers singing sacred songs in the local opera. Lamentation of the ukrainian working class on-stage and behind.

“A Plastic Bottle’s Stair Dance” (05:19) – Mikhail Basov, Russia

Artist’s page: https://vimeo.com/user3541247

A plastic bottle performs a stair dance, hopping up and down, tapping off wild rhythms like a Broadway dancer.

“A tribute to the Orange Things” (00:39) – Chris Schultz, USA, 2018

Artist’s page: http://schultzca.net/

I like to pick up things off the ground and ask myself, “What the heck is this thing?” This is where “A tribute to the Orange Things” originated.

“Flying to Tony” (03:48) – Julian Harper, USA, 2018


An exploration of performance and empathy. I struggle with the images of people who look like me. Wearing their image, I feel is a way to carry a certain kind of history. I want to explore why some images are naturally politicized or welcome in spaces. And I want to know if I create some connection between these images and myself.

domingo, 4 de novembro de 2018

OTROS PAISAJES en La Ciudad del Arte Museo Zapadores - Madrid, España


El proyecto curatorial de videoarte y videoperformance OTROS PAISAJES, aborda diferentes nociones del paisaje desde una perspectiva expandida, el territorio, el habitar el espacio y diferentes concepciones del paisaje a partir de la experimentación con la imagen y el sonido, el cuerpo, lo natural, lo artificial, lo tecnológico y demás concepciones desde el lenguaje audiovisual experimental. El proyecto es realizado desde La Tostadora – artes sonoro-visuales, por el artista visual y sonoro Andrés Cuartas (Pereira-Colombia).

EL proyecto ha sido exhibido en el Museo de Arte de Pereira en el mes de Agosto del 2018,  en la galería ArtSpace Tel Aviv en el marco del evento internacional BEYOND WORDS, el cual se llevó a cabo entre los días 2 y 8 de Septiembre de 2018 en Tel Aviv Israel. Y parafinales de año se proyectan 3 fechas de proyección en el mes de noviembre en Quito Ecuador.

OTROS PAISAJES, es un proyecto ganador de la Beca de Circulación internacional para artistas y agentes de las artes visuales del Ministerio de Cultura de Colombia y ganador de la Beca de circulación internacional de la Secretaría de Cultura de Pereira.

Con el apoyo de: Maestría en Estética y Creación y Museo de Arte de Pereira.

ARTISTAS PARTICIPANTES:

INTERNACIONAL (EUROPA Y RESTO DEL MUNDO)
Athina Kanellopoulou – Time Colapse (Grecia)
Kuesti Fraun – Eiland (Alemania)
Dani Williamson – xPlace/Space: 008 (USA)
David Anthony – Set Forth Herein (Australia)
Eija Temisevä – Real/Unreal (Finlandia)
Enzo Cillo – Silent Edge (Italia)
Fran Orallo – The Subtle Levitation of Everyday Objects (Escocia)
Guillaume Dufour Morin – Winter Habitat (Canadá)
Isabel Pérez del Pulgar – Otredad (España)
Manuel Lopez – Towards Anywhere (Serbia)
Michele Manzini – In the House of Mantegna (Italia)
Pierre Ajavon – Moonglade (Francia)
Rafael Triana – Sand Bank (Francia)
Salvatore Insana – Vacuum (Italia)
Silvia de Gennaro – Travel notebooks: Bilbo, Bizkaia – Spain (Italia)
Vitor Zanini – Impulso (Brasil)

REGIÓN EJE (PEREIRA, ARMENIA Y MANIZALES) (COLOMBIA)
Daniel Mayorquin – Partitura arquitectónica (Salmona). 2:40 min (Manizales)
Diego Alejandro Garzón – Like. 1:00 min (Pereira)
Fredy Clavijo – La certeza de la duda. 3:00 min (Pereira)
Gabby Maéche y Kyle Devkalion – Vestigios de adhesión periférica. 2:33 Min (Pereira)
Manuel Alejandro Vélez – Personajes de Recorte. 3:00 min (Manizales)
Oscar Salamanca – Phd Balls.  4:00 min (Pereira)
Quinaya Qumir –  La cura. 3:56 min (Pereira)
Ricardo Muñoz Izquierdo – Las moscas también vuelan. 5:00 min (Pereira)
Sergio Hurtado – Intelecto Animal. 5:00 min.   (Armenia)

LOCAL (COLOMBIA)
Alejandro Andrade – Eterno retorno. 2:48 min (Bogotá)
Ana González – Celebración.  4:00 min. (Bogotá)
Bistu Ryx – Crater. 5:00 min. (Duitama)
Carol Sabbadini Tropicalidad 5:00 min. (Bogotá)
Esteban Gutierrez Paisaland 5:00 min (Medellín)
Hector Iñaki Gomez Paisaje Urbano #1 1:00 min (Medellín)
Jan Marceau -Deconstrucción 3:00 min (Medellín)
Juan Restrepo – Transito II 3:40 min. (Itagui)
Julian Silva – Cromatismos. 2:42 min (Bogotá)
Laura Angélica Benavides – 4:48 2:11 min (Bogotá)
Luis Saray – Rendirse Jamás 5:00 min (Bogotá)
Manuela Guadalupe – Cristian peña. Invincible. 1.19 min (Bogotá)
Ricardo Moreno – Panic of totalitarianism 5:00 min (Bogotá)
Sergio Pinzón – It snowed this morning. 2:00 min (Bogotá)

NO-LOCAL (CENTRO Y SUR AMÉRICA)
Asdrubal Figueroa – #00ffff.. 4:00 miN. (Venezuela)
Brenda Vega –  The digital self. Extrac 1. 2:00 min (Ecuador)
Catalina Muñoz – Séfora – una inscripción para recordar desaparecidos . 03:40 min. (Chile)
Cristiana Nogueira -Study 3: brackish water | contamination on the river. 5:00 min (Brasil)
Erik Tapia – Analogía de un viaje. 4 min (México)
Gabriel Arroyo Gallardo – D/LC_001. 1:00 min (Ecuador)
Joacélio Batista – Ich bin der übermensch 4:00 min (Brasil)
José Manuel Ruiz y César Portilla – La Brecha. 5:00 min. (Ecuador)
Maleza y Ana Santilli Lago -Nostalgia. 4:21 min (Argentina)
Milosh Khan N God 3:15 (México)
Roberto Carlos Paredes y Adrián lazos – El día que nunca llegó. 5:00 min (México)
Veronica Aguilar – Ausentes presentes – 1. 1:45 min (México)


http://zapadores.org/otros-paisajes-muestra-internacional-de-videoarte-y-videoperformance/