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Tue Mar 31, 2015 00:00

FONLAD - Online Festival for Digital Arts is an event co-organized by the Cultural Association IC Zero and the Videolab project, completing in 2015 ten years.It is intended to promote the digital productions of several artists who approach the new technologies in contemporary art.
The Festival is open to all national and international artists working at the level of digital arts and new technologies;
The Online Festival for Digital Arts will take place online between January and December 2015 showing video art and video installations in unconventional places will also be carried out to define timely.

The theme of the Festival is free.
Dead line: March 31, 2015

Submissions and more information:



Wed Oct 15, 2014 00:00 - Wed Dec 31, 2014


The WEB VIDEO BIENNIAL is a Collaboration Web Art Project directed by the artist José Vieira for the Web Art Center.
From TV sets of 60-70's to present time the ultimate form of dissemination of video art is undoubtedly the internet. Platforms like youtube and vimeo offer artists an affordable dissemination of their work form, facilitating its dissemination by artistic communities. With this project, we intend to present a set of available videos online that, along with some reference names in the history of video art, presents an overview of what is video art and the various forms it takes.

Artists: Adrián R. Chávez (Mx), Alexei Dimitriev (Ru), Arya Putra (Idn), Barbara Oettiger (Cl), Camille Escudero (Fr), Cat del Bueno (USA), Céline Trouillet (Fr), Clara Aparicio Yoldi (Es), Con.Tatto (It), Crstina Pavesi (It), edward Kulemin (Ru), Eric Souther (USA), Justin Lincoln (USA), Leandro Estrella (Ar), Lino Strangis (It), Marta Ivanova (Ru), Matt Dombrowski (USA), Michel Ducerveau (Pol), Rrose Present (Es), Sinasi Gunes (Trk), Spamwangler (Sw), Tuo Wang (Ch), Vijayaraghavan (In), Yuge Zhou (Ch).

Special Appearence: Bill Viola (USA), Bruce Nauman (USA), David Hall (USA), Peter campus (USA), Pipilotti Rist (USA), Nam June Paik (Tw), Vito Acconci (It), Wolf Vostell (De).

Curator: José Vieira


Web Video Biennial

Tue Sep 30, 2014 00:00

The Web Art Center, is looking for video artists / colaboraters, to produce a Web Video Biennial, at the Web Art Center, bettwen October 15 and December 31. This project, directed by Jose Vieira, is one more of he’s colaborating projects held at the WAC.
The first project, directed by Jose Vieira was the Fonlad Festival, that has been evolving to a regular festival, out side the internet.
After Fonlad, José Vieira has produced the following colaborating projects: Fake Festival 2010 , NonBiennale 2011 , Non Biennale 2014 . Now the artist present a new project centered on video art for internet.
The project is open to all video artists who are interested in colaborate with José Vieira in a new web art project. Dead line for aplications: September 30.



Sat Nov 30, 2013 00:00

Jan. 11 – April 12, 2014

The Web Art Center, will present from January to April 2014 the second edition of the Non Biennale, an event focused on non-artistic images. In this sense, the WAC is looking for artists to develop works included in the following areas: decorative images, kitch, mass media, advertising, video, etc. according to the definition of Alan Kaprow’s Not-Art.

Dead line for proposals: November 30 2013



Sun Mar 31, 2013 00:00

Coimbra, Portugal

The On Line Festival for Digital Arts reaches its 9th edition under the paradigm shift and renewal. Centered on the Space for Arts, Media & Performance, aims to celebrate the 50 years of video art by intervention projects in unconventional spaces and experimenting with new languages ??and forms of presentation of digital arts. In these 50 years, video art has evolved into supporting bracket, from television monitors to the projections on large building facades, through several different surfaces and supports, in which mixture of different arts elements make video a kind of chameleon that is transformed according to the location and the surface on which it stands.
Video art is undoubtedly the great art of this century, on this new era that begins full of transformed potential, challenging new ways for society. The multiplicity of forms which video art contains demonstrates the versatility of this artistic medium , adapting to the location and time in there particular way of being: the same piece seems to change when it is presented in different places and in different contexts.
The same paradigm lives digital art, including Web art that, while captive by the screen of a computer,it is transformed into new forms.
It is this versatility that FONLAD Festival aims to present through a number of initiatives in several unconventional spaces, ranging from the common room to the monumental space of a museum, the public space to a private garden.
To test new ways of presentation of video art, photography and digital art in he's new headquarters space, trying to bring the "street" these new forms of art.
In 2013 we will continue to invest in training and performing artist residencies, exhibitions and international video interventions in unconventional spaces, supported by partnerships with some of the most important international festivals in Europe.

Dead Line: March 31