Arlan Londono
Since 2010
Works in Toronto Canada

Arlan is a Toronto based artist and curator. As an artist he has focused on public space interventions and site-specific installations. In his last projects he has focused his investigations on electronic arts. In 2004 Arlan has co-created e-fagia collective that is a multidisciplinary group. Since 2006 he has organized and curated Digital Event. It is an annual web, media, and new media art exhibition presented in Toronto and online.
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Videophagy / Videofagia

Fri Oct 08, 2010 00:00 - Fri Oct 08, 2010

e-fagia organization is pleased to present:

Videophagy / Videofagia
September 30th to October 10th

The medium of video continues to be transformed by changes in technology. With Videophagy / Videofagia we want to explore the different forms in which video production and transmission have been influencing art and society. Videophagy is presented in conjunction with artist talks, screenings, and one performance, and it is curated by e-fagia collective. The locations for the show are: Function 13 Gallery and Hot Shot Gallery.


Exercises in Faith by Julieta Maria, and Kino Pravda 3G by Public Studio Collective: Elle Flanders, Eshrat Erfanian, Tamira Sawatzky and Zev Farber. Curated by Arlan Londoño.
Function 13 Gallery, 156 Augusta Avenue
September 30th to October 10th
Opening reception: Thursday 30th from 6 to 9 pm

In Kino Pravda 3G, Public Studio Collective creates a six channel video installation where they explore the video transmission of protests on mobile devices, following the political movements around the world. Kino Pravda 3G is a reflection on the political and epistemological variations of video transmissions. In Exercises in Faith Julieta creates a series of video-recorded, personal performances where she explores de acts of inflicting and being subject to violence. She begins her process with a self-exploration shaped by Colombia’s violence and dispute over the land.


Artists and curators: Jorge Marulanda, Guillermina Buzio, Vicky Moufawad-Paul, Makila.TV, Lina Rodriguez, Brad Deane, Elle Flanders, Eshrat Erfanian, Tamira Sawatzky, Zev Farber and e-fagia Collective

October 8th and 9th
Hot Shot Gallery, 181 Augusta Avenue
Opening reception: October 8th from 6 to 12 p.m.

In this part of Videophagy / Videofagia we want to explore the web as a channel, investigating the different ways in which Internet and other forms of video transmission are related. We are presenting traditional and hybrid contents that are present on the Internet and that participate of, or expand on, the notion of video. These series of screenings are presented and curated by several artists and curators that work with media and new media.

The creation of the web has accelerated the popularity and consumption of video. The Online Channel is a selection of videos carried out through a call for submissions, where we explore the different approaches that contemporary artists take when working with video and the web.

Artists: Gregory Chatonsky, Camilo Cogua Rodriguez - Video Red, Antonio Mendoza, Osvaldo Cibils, Mateo Rudas Vásquez, Heidi Neubauer-Winterburn, Biying Zhang, Rosa Menkman, Stefan Riebel, Shashwati Talukdar, Derek Larson, Nicholas Fraser, Sincita, Jody Zellen, Richard Jochum and Ian Flitman


Friday, October 8th

6:30 p.m.
Videophagy / Videofagia, an online project
Curated by e-fagia

8 p.m.
Inconsumable, curated by Vicky Moufawad-Paul
And Exercises in Faith, artist talk by Julieta Maria

9 p.m.
Kalavera Deliciosa / exquisite corpse #7
By Makila.TV (Montreal)

Saturday, October 9th

6:30 p.m.
Direct Address curated by Lina Rodriguez,
And Dream Factory curated by Brad Deane

8 p.m.
Made in Oaxaca / Hecho en Oaxaca
Curated by Guillermina Buzio

9 p.m.
Kino Pravda 3G an artists talk
With Public Studio collective: Elle Flanders, Eshrat Erfanian, Tamira Sawatzky, and Zev Farber

For full Videophagy information, go to



Sun Jun 20, 2010 00:00

open call for submissions

e-fagia Organization is accepting submissions for videophagy, an exhibition to be carried out from September to October of 2010, in the city of Toronto.

The medium of video continues to be transformed by changes in technology. With Video Line we want to explore the web as a channel through which we could investigate the different forms in which Internet and video are related. We are looking for traditional or hybrid contents that are present on the Internet and that participate of, or expand on the notion of video. We encourage submissions of diverse artistic-cultural contents through the video on the web, as we strive to integrate the fields of contemporary culture, visual arts, music, film and architecture.

The deadline for submissions will be July 17th, 2010. The selected works will be featured in our website and presented as a single channel video.

Submission guidelines:

Only online submissions will be accepted
Layout: Single channel video

How To Submit Your Video:
You can submit your work in one of the following ways

1: Upload your video on your own website.

2: Upload your video to the hosting service of your choice (YouTube, Vimeo, etc). The video must be embeddable.

3: Send the video project via Internet through download.
Submissions will be received from May 17th to July 17th, 2010

for more information:

Arlan Londoño