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TESTING THE CITY - Videoart Selection from Now&After Videoart festival Russia on VisualcontainerTV

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POSTED BY: alessandra arnò | Thu Jun 6th, 2013 6:35 a.m.

TESTING THE CITY on VisualcontainerTV
Special videoart selection curated by Marina Fomenko, Director of Now & After videoart festival held on may at Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Russia.

From 6th June to 10th July 2013
only on VisualcontainerTV International Videoart Art Channel
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On june VisualcontainerTV is glad to presents for the first time the selection from Now &After International videoart festival from Moscow, Russia

About “Now&After “International Video Art festival “Now&After” is an annual event in Moscow, Russia.
The festival was founded by artist and curator Marina Fomenko. It is organized and promoted by an independent non-profit organization Media Art Centre “Now&After. Festival focuses on presentation, development and promotion both Russian and international video art, getting together emerging and established artists from around the world to present their works to general audience. “Now&After” takes place in Moscow Museum of Modern Art where all festival’s videos are shown for a few weeks in an integrated space of a video installation.

Collection TESTING THE CITY is a special selection of Now&After festival for visualcontainerTV made by “Now&After” director Marina Fomenko.

Special selection of International Video Art Festival Now&After

TESTING THE CITY
curated by Marina Fomenko

Marina Chernikova, Russia, “INFO SURFING/ Moscow 2”, 2012, 1’30”
Pedro Ferreira, Portugal, “Between Two Points”, 2011, 5’00”
Roman Mokrov, Russia, “Never Ending Story”, 2011, 6’45”
Brit Bunkly, New Zealand , “Paradox of Plenty (Futurology)”, 2012, 6’ 02
Natalia Skobeeva, Russia, Memento Mori Moscow”, 2011, 3’33″
Marina Fomenko, Russia, “The Depot”, 2012, 5’00”
Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Russia, “Babylon”, 2010, 5’00”
Joas Sebastian Nebe, Germany, “Machine Fair”, 2010, 6’49”
Dmitry Bulnygin, Russia, Bad Karma, 2010, 6:00
Maria Kharitonova, Russia, “Warehouse”, 2011, 6’00”
Haim Sokol, Russia, “Witness”, 2011, 3’50″
Ezra Wube, USA, “Amora”, 2009, 2’ 27”

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