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Call: Live A/V Performances [rs Novi Sad]

vm_tvclip2006.jpgCall for Submissions :: 12th international video festival: v i d e o m e d e j a :: December 12 -14 2008 :: studio m, Novi Sad, Serbia :: entry deadline: October 1st 2008 :: Entry forms and criteria for submission: here.

As in previous years we are looking for new video art works and short films, media installations, live audiovisual performances, network based projects… In addition, we are very glad to receive proposals from curators and producers/distributors for the non-competitive special screenings. Entry forms are online and it is not necessary to create a user account in order to submit entries but we suggest to do so and log in prior submitting. This way you will be able to edit your own submissions and get partly pre-filled entries with values from your user account.

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video and film
media installations | network | live projects

Awards:
Sphinx award – for the best video
Bogdanka Poznanovic award – for the best media installation, network or live project
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Subject: POP Video
What is a popular video today?
The title is so resonant with associations that it can direct one’s thoughts in at least two directions at the same time: one is the music video production, video clips of famous performers; the other is the artistic direction whose most prominent representative is certainly Andy Warhol. However, the cruel non-artistic reality responds to the technological revolution differently than the way the artists such as Nam June Palk or Warhol would. Dominant aspects of popular video today are still the long lasting phenomena categorized as kitsch and pulp. Yet, over time a new hypertrophied tidal wave of human transgression has emerged, imposing the urge that it need be recorded at any cost. We have seen numerous sensations, wars, death, and bizarre events, causing in audience unquenchable thirst, which by an extension has led to the continuation of the search for new sources. In order to obtain them, it is no longer sufficient to wait patiently for thy neighbor to fall, but the event needs to be provoked and made real, as opposed to its being accidental or performed. If the concept of recorded bizarreness was realized as a simulacrum, we would be dealing with amateur video, which unfortunately is not the case. Criminal subjects – independent video makers – are not alienated strangers whose deviations come as a result of their not having been loved or having been abused in childhood. Quite the opposite, in accord with general circumstances (and by this I mean primarily the responsibility of the sensationalism-hungry media), a common passer-by with a camera in his cell phone, regardless of the resolution, turns into an urban headhunter or a hunter for the trophies alike…


Aug 26, 2008
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