Tuesday, 26 May 2015

PICASSO'S BOY WITH A PIPE @ G12 HUB, Belgrade, Serbia

Now in Belgrade, now and never more 

“It takes a very long time to become young” 
– Pablo Picasso

Author and performer: Branko Milisković
Time: 7 p.m.- 9 p.m, Sunday, 31st of May 2015

Performance “This is not a Boy with a Pipe”, basically came as an inspiration from early Picasso’s rose period painting “A Boy with a Pipe” painted in 1905. The oil on canvas painting depicts a Parisian boy holding a pipe in his left hand and wearing a garland or wreath of flowers. On May 5, 2004 the painting was sold for US$104 M at Sotheby’s in New York City. Sotheby’s did not name the buyer though sources say that it was Guido Barilla, owner of Barilla Group. At the time, it broke the record for the amount paid for an auctioned painting.
In this performance (tableau vivant) an artist ‘’borrows‘’ ‘a Boy with a Pipe’ and exhibits, allowing the audience to be able to see the art piece that has been literary stolen and hidden for private pleasure/business of some Italian magnate. In order to make the contra line he took a philosophical context of another famous painting by Rene Magritte which was entitled ‘ This is not a Pipe’. So fusing those two paintings / concepts he wanted to ask the question ‘Is this a Boy with a Pipe?’ This 3 hour-long living installation was firstly commissioned in 2012 for TROUBLE #8 performance festival at Les Halles theatre in Brussels. It was a part of the curatorial concept by Antoine Pickels entitled “The Great Gallery of Living Sculptures.”

At G12 HUB, after his very first solo exhibition entitled ATTENTION ! HERE I AM (2014) and his one man opera THE SONG OF A SOLDIER ON WATCH (WW3 LILI MARLENE) at La Comedie de Reims (2015), Branko Miliskovic will give a Serbian premiere of this performance which will last for 2 uninterrupted hours in a slow motion, giving an opportunity to Belgrade’s public to see it, here and now, here and never more. 

Biography of the author:
Branko Miliskovic was born in 1982 in Belgrade/Serbia. Born in Former Yugoslavia he was the last generation of Marshall Tito’s Pioneers. In 1989 Yugoslavia broke up and he has started his primary school passing through the period of isolation, embargo, inflation and devastation of his country. After having completed the secondary school for Architecture, Miliskovic studied Polytechnic High School (Industrial Design) and Faculty of Fine Arts, class of Mrdjan Bajic, department of Sculpture in Belgrade/Serbia. In 2007 he has received the Dutch scholarship HSP Huygens and continued his Bachelor at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague/The Netherlands and obtained his degree in 2009. Miliskovic has earned his Master degree from Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg, class of Jeanne Faust (2012). His work have been shown internationally such as at Reims Scenes d’Europe 2015 at La Comedie de Reims, Galerie Metropolis, Paris 2014, CSW/CoCA, Torun, G12 HUB, Belgrade, solo productions at Kampnagel, Hamburg, Les Halles, Brussels 2011-2014, Zeitraumexit, Mannheim 2013 etc. Miliskovic currently lives and works between Germany, France and Serbia and was also performing and exhibiting in Italy, Germany, Belgium, France, Austria, Serbia, Israel, Russia, Poland, Finland, Norway, The Netherlands, Indonesia and USA. 


Production of the performance:
Gallery 12 HUB and ArtElle

31 July 2015, 19-21h, THIS IS(NOT) A BOY WITH PIPE, G12 HUB, Belgrade, Serbia
26 August - 13 September 2015, Trabalha-dores do Cu, Maus Hábitos – Espaço de intervenção Cultural, Porto, Portugal
8-11 October 2015, CABARET of an INTRUDER @PERFORM NOW, Winterthur (Zürich), Switzerland

Thursday, 21 May 2015


Jan Hoetplein
9000 GAND

From 6 June to 4 October 2015, the S.M.A.K. (Ghent) and Mu.ZEE (Ostend) are together presenting the oeuvre of Lili Dujourie in a unique solo exhibition entitled FOLDS IN TIME. This double exhibition covers Dujourie’s oeuvre from her debut in the 1960s to the present.

The work of Lili Dujourie (1941, Roeselare, West Flanders) combines the influence of the Flemish Primitives with her personal artistic approach, which was formed in the late 1960s. She uses a wide variety of materials including marble, papier-maché, steel, lead, velvet and ceramics and such media as installations, video etc. 

This exhibition has also been given an added dimension: Lili Dujourie chose the MSK in Ghent in which to exhibit the very first work she made using velvet, the 1982 Maagdendaal.

This exhibition opens on Saturday 6 June 2015 at 3 pm in Mu.ZEE. Reservation required: www.muzee.be/vernissage
code 06062015

Performance Liza Holzer

Kunstlerhaus - Halle Für Kunst & Medien
Burgring 2
8010 GRAZ

To Make Omelettes, You Cannot Make an Omelet Without Breaking Eggs1, Japanese, 2012 is one of the performative sections of the continuing series The Passing, begun in 2012 and realized alongside/with the images. On this evening at the Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien Lisa Holzer will make the kinds of Japanese omelets that always appear in pictures from the series The Passing. The performance can be interpreted as a way to allow the omelets to come out of the interior of the pictures and emerge into an exterior space. But it is also possible that producing them yet again is simply a redundant gesture. You can’t make omelets without breaking eggs.

Lisa Holzer (b. 1971 in Vienna) lives and works in Vienna and Berlin. Through their idiosyncratic usage of text, image, and object, Lisa Holzer’s works and performances awaken a desire that is always part of her works of art. Hence, the works on display here are only ostensibly about food. Besides desire as such, they also describe a confrontation with the principle of flatness, in several meanings of the word.

Selected solo exhibitions: Keep All Your Friends, Rowing Projects, London (May 2015); I Did Love You Once, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna (2014); Liste 18, Art Fair Basel, presented by Galerie Emanuel Layr, Basel (2013). Selected group exhibitions: Triennial, Surround Audience, New Museum, New York (2015); M'm! M'm! Good!, Rowing Projects, London (2015); @The Shrink, Shanaynay, Paris (2014); A Matter of Taste, The Ister at -1 invites Dingum, Paris (2014); The Collection #3, 21er Haus, Vienna (2013).

Lisa Holzer's homepage



30 MAY 2015 - 27 SEPTEMBER 2015 


Lunds konsthall, Lund, Sweden
Body Talk addresses issues of feminism, sexuality and the body, as they play themselves out in the work of a generation of women artists from Africa active since the late 1990s.
Bringing together artists from different regions of the continent, this group exhibition strives to define and articulate notions of feminism and sexuality in the work of women artists whose body (their own or that of others) serves as a tool, a representation or a field of investigation. In their work, the body manifests itself, whether sequentially or simultaneously, as a model, support, subject or object.
The critical resonance of a specifically African—and black—feminism, together with the spread of artistic practices in global networks have given shape, since the 1990s, to the development of a black feminist art. Stemming from the continent and the Diaspora, this black feminist art depicts bodies that continue a tradition of activism and freedom of expression, which it displays with references to historical and political figures, and through the recreation of modern personas, of past and present bodies, all of which the artists appropriate.
Each of the artists is particular in the way she materially positions her body in a story, and in its rereading, as in a singular space within an increasingly uniform world. It is this unity of purpose in the diversity and subjectivity of forms and answers that Body Talk will try to uncover by exhibiting those who expose bodies, or their bodies.
The exhibition presents a combination of newly commissioned and existing works dealing with the issues raised by such exposed bodies. The works of the six participating artists can be seen as so many ways of reexploring, reintegrating and reincarnating the body; in relation to the media of contemporary art.
Zoulikha Bouabdellah (Algeria)
Marcia Kure (Nigeria)
Miriam Syowia Kyambi (Kenya)
Valérie Oka (Ivory Cost)
Tracey Rose (South Africa)  
Billie Zangewa (Malawi/ South Africa)
Curated by Koyo Kouoh, assisted by Eva Barois De CaevelRAW Material Company, Dakar
Exhibition and publication in coproduction with WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels; FRAC Lorraine, Metz and RAW Material Company, Dakar. With the support of FABA Fundación Almine y Bernard Ruiz-Picasso para el Arte, and l’Institut français.
Opening: Friday 29 May at 6-8pm
Lunds konsthall
Mårtenstorget 3
SE-22351 Lund


Alliance Française of Johannesburg
17 Lower Park Drive
Johannesburg, South Africa

Friday 22 May at 19:00 at the Alliance Française of Johannesburg
In the occasion of the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

If South Africa is the economic hub of the continent, then Johannesburg is its bank vault; a magnet therefore, of migrants from all corners of the continent, searching for a better life – a slice of the “African dream”. And planted in the heart of downtown Joburg, a majestic blip on its turbulent landscape, The Ponte - iconic, rotund, infamous, feared by most Jo’burgers – Africa’s tallest apartment building, a towering 54 floors, housing 4,400 men, women and children. Some South African, but many from across Africa’s vast borders, the Ponte is Little Africa.

Shot painstakingly over five years, until the expulsion of tenants for more lucrative property investment, and a month shy of South Africa’s xenophobic attacks, AFRICA SHAFTED: UNDER ONE ROOF harmoniously, humorously and lyrically, takes the viewer from the beyond the windows of a concrete tower, revealing the humanity behind this often misunderstood and reviled community.

Africa Shafted is a 56-minute documentary filmed in what has been nicknamed the “the building of the organisation of African unity”, Ponte Towers, Africa's tallest apartment building. This documentary is produced and directed by Ingrid Martens.
The screening will be follow by a debate.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPrT5Z987cs

Only the Lonely

La Galerie Centre d'Art Contemporain
1 rue Jean Jaurès

Curator: Elina Suoyrjö

With : Jonathan Baldock, Cécile B. Evans, Emma Hart, Essi Kausalainen, Nanna Nordström, Maxime Thieffine

“Only the Lonely” is a group exhibition that focuses on encounters. The exhibition addresses processes of making connections and disconnections, feelings of awkwardness and empathy, as well as group dynamics – the group consisting in this case of the artworks in the show that can be approached as characters. Featuring sculptural, video based and performative works by six invited artists, “Only the Lonely” explores the possibilities of applying artworks with agency and subjectivity.

There seems to be something in these artworks that we can recognize as human characteristics. Some of them embody awkwardness through defying social norms, while some appear humorous, displaced or fragile in their bodily existence. Some of the characters seek desperately to be a part of a group while others just don’t belong. Through recognition, these ambiguous feelings have the potential to become those of compassion and sympathy. The exhibition aims to affect the visitor by evoking curiosity towards the characters, along with warm-hearted feelings and laughter.

For the exhibition, the invited artists are creating either new versions of earlier installations or in a few cases altogether new works. The spatial installation becomes an essential part of the exhibition, as the works adapt to their new surroundings and to each other. The exhibition is a framework where a selection of apparent outsiders is brought together with the hopes of creating contacts within them, and also with the visitors of the show.

Kick-off: SYNSMASKINEN & Topographies of the Obsolete, Phase 2

Kick-off: SYNSMASKINEN & Topographies of the Obsolete, Phase 2

Bergen Academy of Art and Design, KHiB, Department of Fine Art holds a reception to celebrate their two new large scale artistic research projects: 'SYNSMASKINEN: 7 fields of contemporary crisis' and 'Topographies of the Obsolete phase 2’. Both projects have recently received support by the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme. Reception with performance and e-book-release
 21. May at 19:00 Landmark, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen

SYNSMASKINEN is a new artist-group and an inquiry into 7 fields of contemporary crisis. The project will consist of 7 art projects - together these 7 visions will attempt to unfold a contemporary cosmology; a new political horizon. The name SYNSMASKINEN contains the methodological program: SYN=vision / MASKINE=machine. The project is initiated and lead by Professor Frans Jacobi.

'Topographies of the Obsolete, phase 2' is a collaborative Artistic Research project with eight European Partner Universities/Academies, and will continue their exploration of the landscape of post‐industry through ‘Raw-material’, ‘the Contemporary Ruin and Ruination’, and ‘the Role of Art and Artists in a non-art space’. These strands will constitute the basis of the research context in different institutions, workshops, seminars and conferences. The project is initiated and lead by Professors Anne Helen Mydland and Neil Brownsword.

Department of Fine Art is delighted to welcome all to this event, witch also includes an e- book-release by artists Rita Marhaug and Traci Kelly: ‘APPALLING MANNERS’ developed in ‘Topographies of the Obsolete Phase 1’, Bjarte Bjørkum will read from his text in the publication. There will also be a new performance by SYNSMASKINEN: 'Introducing the Hole'.

TIME is Love.8 [Show 4] at Sala Rekalde & Galeria Kalao, Bilbao

Bilbao Art District & Kalao Panafrican Creations present
TIME is Love.8 [Show 4]
16 May 2015
Alameda Rekalde 30
48009 BILBAO
16 May – 24 June 2015
Arbolantxa N°6
48001 BILBAO
Saturday 16th May
Sala Rekalde
11.30 : Screening introduced by Kisito Assangni
Kalao Panafrican Creations
18.30 : Screening
20.30 : Performance by MAGMA DAM (Itziar Markiegi & Myriam Petralanda)
Abdelaziz Taleb, Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani, Alexandre Braga, Anthony Rousseau, Carlos Aires, César Schofield Cardoso, Cristina Pavesi, David Blandy, Flavio Sciole, Francesca Lolli, Irina Gabiani, Isidora Ficovic, Joas Nebe, Kai Welf Hoyme, Laura Celada, Marcantonio Lunardi, Marc Neys, Margarita Novikova, Michael Meldru & Marina Moreno, Monika K. Adler, Mouna Jemal Siala, Nao Sakamoto, Niclas Hallberg, Paako Sallah, Ramia Beladel, Rhasaan Oyasaba Manning, Sandrine Deumier, Sinasi Gunes, S/N, Sydelle Willow Smith, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler, Tommy Becker, Triny Prada, Tyrone Brown-Osborne, Yuri Pirondi & Ines Von Bonhorst, Yvana Samandova & Borjan Zarevski, Zierle & Carter.
TIME is Love is an international video art project gathering several artists on the theme of love in hard times. Established in 2008, the program has traveled to major cities in the world attracting a vibrant mix of media professionals, researchers, young people and families.
The screening is accompanied by exciting events, including talks and live performances.
Curated by Kisito Assangni
Special Thanks to Jesus Ahedo.

Official Launch of Ourobos in Singapore

30th May 2015

For the The Ouroboros Art Community, friends, supporters and curious folk! Join us for the launch on 30th May. 

We will soon be announcing Ouroboros post-launch events, plus how to get your aspiration woven into the sculpture if you have not already taken part.

Ouroboros is a light sculpture made of over 10,000 ping pong balls, by artist Nicola Anthony.

Nicola and her team have worked with a large community of local people to capture their aspirations on a ping pong ball, including over 5000 youth via our community partner IQ Kidz. 

Ouroboros is part of Torch UP!

As part of the 28th SEA Games Torch UP! Programme, a series of 30 community artworks have been created by local artists in collaboration with various communities, these 30 ‘community torches’ will be displayed in 4 districts around Singapore.

28th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games is a biennial sports event involving 11 participating nations.

A Special thank you to supporters:

The Ouroboros Art community, Materials sponsor STAEDTLER Singapore, Community Partner IQ Kidz, Singapore Table Tennis AssociationThe Living! Project, Dramond Warehousing, and sponsorsSEA GAMES 2015 and SG50


Sunday 28th June


The Old Queen's Head 

44 Essex Road
 London N1 8LN

Crazy P (DJ set) 
*Limited £1 advanced tickets*

XOYO and The Nest are proud to present a brand new project - Sunday Love. Showcasing the sound of the weekend for a Sunday dance floor, Sunday Love are taking over North London boozer the Old Queens for a new series of parties. 

There’ll be no weekly wind-down as the Sunday Love crew promise to deliver the same fire as a Friday or Saturday night with a big billing of DJs.
Sunday Love have curated monthly throw-downs to tempt you away from the usual Sunday-norms of roast dinners and bad TV.

A favourite of the Bugged Out! crew, The Old Queens Head’s roots are founded in solid parties with acts like The Chemical Brothers and Erol Alkan frequently heading up their previous weekend schedules.

Previous Sunday Love guests include Marshall Jefferson, Jack Savidge, Ivan Smagghe, Daniele Baldelli, Tasker, Jas Shaw (Simian Mobile Disco), Medlar, Deep Shit and Auntie Flo.

Up next are longstanding Future Boogie outfit Crazy P famous for fusing slinky underground disco, deep electronic throbs, shimmering pop moments; this is dance music with a voice, a heart, and soul.

Also on the bill is The Reflex who takes his cue from the first wave of disco remixers by using only the original sounds from the master tapes (or stems) to breathe new life into soul, pop and disco classics.

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More info email darcy@thecolumbogroup.com 


Friday 29th May 2015

Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road, South Kensington,
SW7 2RL London, United 
This event explores the forces at play within digital public space, with the people and projects that are charting new territories in this realm. Join us as we investigate the nature of social interaction in the virtual world and its effect on reality. This forms part of the programme for All of This Belongs to You, an exhibition at the intersection of design, democracy and public life.

All events are free and places are designated on a first come, first served basis, unless stated otherwise. Filming and photography will take place at this event.

Please note, if the Museum reaches capacity we will allow access on a one-in, one-out basis.


How to destroy a laptop
Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre
Join Dr Richard Tynan from Privacy International and Mustafa Al-Bassam as they explain what they learned from looking at the Guardian’s destroyed laptop and hard drives, which held data leaked by Edward Snowden. Followed by a Q&A with the Guardian’s David Blishen, responsible for their destruction under supervision of GCHQ, and, Corinna Gardner curator of the Ways to be Secret display.

Curator’s Tour of All of This Belongs to You
What does a skateboard, anti-homeless spikes and a Chinese school uniform tell us about public life? This tour will focus on the Civic Objects hidden in plain view around the museum’s permanent galleries.
From a giant latex column in the cast courts, to ‘reverse restitution’ in the Medieval and Renaissance gallery, this tour will take in the large-scale installations which form the exhibition All of This Belongs to You.
Please meet in the Grand Entrance outside of the exhibition entrance to What is Luxury?


Digital Cartography
Seminar Room 3
Forensic Architecture research fellow Francesco Sebregondi presents Digital Cartography, a mapping tool used to support collaborative research and data sharing. Hear about its application to complex events such as armed conflicts, protests and humanitarian crises, most recently used by Amnesty International for an interactive map capturing the latest conflict in Gaza. Forensic Architecture is a research project based at Goldsmiths, University of London, and are a team of architects, artists, filmmakers, activists, and theorists undertaking research that gathers and presents spatial analysis in legal and political forums.


Damsels in Distress
The Tropes vs Women in Video Games project aims to examine the plot devices and patterns most often associated with female characters in video games. This three part video series created by Anita Sarkeesian explores how the ‘damsel in distress’ became one of the most widely-used gendered clichés in the history of gaming and why the trope has been core to the popularization and development of the medium itself.


From Bauhaus to BioShock - how architecture and computer games overlap
Gallery 46b, Cast Courts
The author of the forthcoming 'Imaginary Cities', Darran Anderson looks at the relationship between video games and architecture, from Archigram to Zelda, and how each has inspired the other. Unearthing forerunners to virtual realities in art and design he will examine the many various worlds that have been created and to where this will lead in the future as the boundaries between cyberspace and living space become increasingly blurred.


Journeys in Postproduction Landscapes

The winter is long over now and spring fully on its way! Ahead of a very exciting summer to come, I had the pleasure to meet Edinburgh-based artist Catherine Street and co-author with Inês Coelho, a review for her new solo exhibitionMuscle Theory, that can be viewed in the Reid Gallery of The Glasgow School of Art until the 30th of April, daily from 10am to 4:30pm.
You can read the review on Central Station website here.
Catherine Street will perform on Wed 29th and Thurs 30th of April from 3:30 to 4:30pm. A screening and talk on her work will also be presented by theModern Edinburgh Film School in the Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow on the 26th of May, at 6:30pm.
Her work has been shown widely both in performance festivals and exhibition venues. For more information you can visit catherinestreet.net.
* Polina Zioga and Inês Coelho are visual artists conducting their doctoral research at the Glasgow School of Art. Polina is investigating the use of Brain-Computer Interfaces in real-time audio-visual and mixed-media performances. She will present her research at the Joint Conference on Serious Games 2015 and her new performance will premiere in Glasgow in July 2015. Inês’ research enquires what choreography means in contemporary visual context in relation to sculpture, performance, site-specificity, and spatial concerns. She will present her work at the Glasgow University International Conference in May 2015.
Artschool I/O, the group for hackers and makers at The Glasgow School of Art has launched in April the first Shop in Progress (Reid Building, GSA, Glasgow, 14 April 2015) and has participated in the 2015 Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire (Summerhall, Edinburgh, 19 April 2015).
You can now follow ArtSchool I/O on Facebook and Twitter and stay updated with all the announcements of future projects, events, and film screenings!

Mime Radio by Benjamin Seror

Book Launch
Mime Radio
by Benjamin Seror

The CRAC Alsace is delighted to announce the book launch Mime Radio by Benjamin Seror.
Mime Radio, Benjamin Seror

Mime Radio was performed and written orally by Benjamin Seror at a series of events over a two-year period, then transcribed and edited into a novel. The story revolves around a cast of eccentric characters, who meet at the Tiki Coco, a bar in Los Angeles that holds “Challenging Reality Open Mic” nights for amateur inventors and performers. Eventually, the protagonists get caught up in trying to help Marsyas, a character from ancient Greek mythology that lost his body after being defeated in a music contest against the god Apollo, to recover his voice, his very ancient voice. Unbeknownst to them, this recovery unleashes a disaster... Mime Radio is a novel about how language and perception can be one and the same.

Mime Radio will be launched at Kunstverein, Amsterdam, on Thursday, April 30, from 7 to 10 pm, at the occasion of Benjamin Seror’s exhibition Mime radio (notes for chapter I to XII), on view from April 23 until May 2.

Mime Radio was recorded on a Tascam DR 40, and transcribed by Clare Noonan.

Mime Radio was edited by future and published by : Bat ; Adera ; CRAC Alsace ; Kunstverein, Amsterdam ; Sternberg Press.

Mime Radio was copyedited and proofread by Marnie Slater, and designed by Coline Sunier & Charles Mazé.

Mime Radio was printed in Belgium by Cassochrome and is distributed by Les presses du réel and Sternberg Press.

Benjamin Seror, Mime Radio
Edited by future
Published by Bat; Adera; CRAC Alsace; Kunstverein, Amsterdam; Sternberg Press
English edition
22 x 14 cm, 136 pages

To order online

CRAC Alsace
18 rue du Château
F-68130 Altkirch
+33 (0)3 89 08 82 59



Beton 7 presents BLASTED group exhibition curated by Zara Audiello,
 with the support of ECF Step Beyond Travel Grant.

INFOExhibition May 12 – 23, 2015
Opening May 12, 2015 | 6pm
Exhibition Hours: 
Mon - Fri: 2-8.30 pm | Sat 2-6 pm
7 Pidnas, Votanikos-Athens 1855
Participating  artists:
Rebecca Agnes, Basma AlSharif, Ludovic Bernhardt, Eirene Efstathiou, Zoe Giabouldaki, Goran Micevski, Stefania Migliorati, Maria Mitsopoulou & Tina Voreadi, Campus Novel, Mariagiovanna Nuzzi, Giorgos Papadatos, Bojan Radojcić, Société Réaliste, Ivana Smiljanić, Slobodan Stošić, Salon de Vortex (Yiannis Isidorou-Yiannis Grigoriadis)

      “Blasted,” more than being an exhibition, wishes to be a public declaration: an artistic intervention that points out the urgency of change. The works included have a rhizomatic identity. They come together in an installation that has no specific entry or exit point. It proceeds through the space underlining the precise intention to defy a hierarchical order. Presenting itself in a fluid manner making use of a complex multiplicity which claims, as in Glissant’s writings, the right to be opaque, giving up the idea of a “Sovereign Order” with it’s predetermined forced unity.

Attached press release and flyer.
IMAGE CAPTIONS: Giorgos Papadatos, Notes for a transitional monument, mixed materials.
Rebecca Agnes, Portable Table of Contents #0, table, wood, acrylic 45x37x24cm, 2 glasses. 2015.
Société Réaliste, The Fountainhead, full-length movie, 2010.
Maria Mitsopoulou & Tina Voreadi, glamorous2be, performance, 2015.
Ivana Smiljanić, Shinning disco ball, photo 40x50 cm, 2006.


ESPACIO ENTER CANARIAS is a International Festival for all sectors related to art and digital culture, for ideas that will allow us to design the future of technological innovation.    http://www.espacioenter.net

Place: TEA. Tenerife Espacio de las Artes
Tenerife, Canary Island, 3th to 10th december 2015

CALLS projects 2015
Link to registration form: http://espacioenter.net/2015/Call2015.htm 

ART SCIENCE INNOVATION: http://www.artechmedia.org/espacioenter_call/en/

- Digital Communities
- Geospatial storytelling
- Artificial Life
- Software art
- Transgenic art
- Generative art
- Bioart
- NanoTech
- Videogames
- Robotic
- Open Source
- 2D & 3D Computer Animation
- Net-art
- Experimental video art
- Blog, videoblog
- Creation for mobile platforms
- Apps development for tablets Ipad, Iphone, Androide...
- Data Visualization
- Mapping
- Telesharing Actions
- Telepresence
DIGITAL IMAGE: http://www.artechmedia.org/espacioenter_call/en/2015_digital-cinema/

- Film
- Short film
- Webfilm
- Mobil film
- Cinema 3D
- Animation movie
- Videodance
- Videoart movie