The central axis of the selection is “space”. The space is poetic and, as such, it is created and gets status by the movement of bodies or objects in it and /or by settling them in contra-roles and symbolic atmospheres.
Move In(space) was first presented in Festival Miden’s parallel events 2013, last July at CAMP-Contemporary Art Meeting Point, Athens, GR.
1. Samer Ghorayeb, From My Window, Lebanon 2012, 2.31
2. Yuri Pirondi & Ines von Bonhorst, Emergencia, Spain/UK 2012, 10.00
3. Betty Boehm, A staire dance, Germany 2008, 1.54
4. Jonathan Rajewski, CH2, USA 2013, 7.29
5. Feargal Cunningham, Reflection 1, Ireland 2012, 5.49
6. Francesca Leoni & Davide Mastrangelo, W(t)OMB, Italy 2012, 5.17
7. Renata Ferraz, Body Without Organs (Corpo Sem Órgãos), Portugal 2012, 8.31
8. Mikhail Basov, Free movements, Russia 2012, 5.52
9. Anton Slisko & Tijana Stevanovic, To reveal a pattern of information that is not initially visible , Serbia 2012, 3.33
10. Maria Matikka, Burden, Finland/Senegal 2013, 4.40
11. Andreas Savva, Ode, Greece 2012, 1.22
12. Luiza Alecsandru, Live Every Day Like It Is the Last One, Romania 2012, 2.31
13. Paul Handley, Pendulum, Australia 2013, 1.33
Festival Miden*, the first Greek video art festival presented in open public spaces, is an annual video art & new media cultural event held in Kalamata, GR. It is an independent organization founded, organized and curated by a team of contemporary Greek artists.
Since 2005, Festival Miden has been gradually established as one of the most successful and interesting video art festivals in Greece and abroad and has been a significant point of cultural exchange for Greek and international video art, creating an alternative, peripheral meeting point for emerging and established video artists.
(*Miden means “zero” in Greek)