The Streaming Festival is an art event for independent artists exhibiting unconventional audiovisual art from all over the world. This event takes place once a year.
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For a change

Sat Oct 01, 2011 15:45 - Mon Oct 31, 2011

This month we celebrate the winner of last years film competition Alfredo Hisa.  If you missed his winning film Nearby, then now is your chance to catch up, as well as watch eight more of his films (most are from the series "The gap of vain thoughts").

But, behind every great man there’s a great woman. And so is Miriam Homem de Mello, artist and photographer and married to Hisa. Together they show a selection of their photographs that add still moments to this months For a change program.

For a Change is an invitation and a cue for everyone to interpret their own daily lives in a less usual way. There is a hidden complexity in the banal day-by-day but we need to take a deeper look to experience that.


Streaming Festival 5th edition is now live

Fri Dec 03, 2010 00:00 - Fri Dec 03, 2010


Finally it’s happening, the 5th edition is now live!
From the 1st of December till the 5th, this five day videoart extravaganza will screen around 150 experimental, underground and obscure videos from more than 125 independent artists from all over the world.

Complete program overview of this 5th edition



Motion based collages

Mon Aug 01, 2011 20:30 - Wed Aug 31, 2011

This months program is based on films using found footage, multiple
video-channels, paintings and photographs that are rearranged, cut and
(re-)edited into a layered composition.
Motion based collages offer
the possibility to the artist to make a statement without the need for
an explicit explanation of their rearrangement or intentions, as they
are open to interpretation by comparing the different visual elements.

Vesna Pesic - Untitled Places
Fabienne Gotusso - Baby O #2
Florentine Grelier - Ru
Tommaso Caverni - Deep Cuts #1
Kasumi - The Drowning
Patrick K.-H. - Tommy D series: Chess
Pascale Guillon - Belleville
The Burning Fountain - Ride


Tiltisfth and other video experiments

Fri Jul 01, 2011 15:55 - Sun Jul 31, 2011

The tools for creating video-related art works are nowadays pretty much limitless compared to the sixties, when video art
started using videotapes and recorders. This last decade alone, with
its numerous technological developments, like better software, high
quality cameras and affordable hardware, offered many different methods for artists to create contemporary video art.
Technological advances have always been an impulse for art to move into new directions, discover different ways and to explore alternatives.
This month’s program on the Streaming Festival is focusing on some not-your-daily type of films, and
on the techniques used during the filming and editing process, from the
tiltshift technique to create a miniature-style film, to a timelapse
adventure using ants in a scanner, to the manipulated images in Beauté and the photographic portrayal of landscapes.
  • Adele Miossec - Beauté
  • Benoit Daoust - Mini-Longueuil
  • Joshua Brown - Coney Island Dream
  • Francois Vautier - Ants in my scanner
  • David Salaices - Clock DJ
  • Vituc - Praha’dante



Plat du Jour

Wed Jun 01, 2011 17:20 - Thu Jun 30, 2011

Switch on the TV nowadays and, chances are, you will find a program on cooking, food or its production.
This cultural meme however need not solely be the preserve of the socially aspirant, the gourmand nor the bad tempered chef.
The idea of culinary delight as a fitting subject for art stretches back
into darkest history, from the cave walls of Lascaux with its migrating
herds, to the fruity conceits of Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
And within the contemporary context reside such treasures as the
Futurist Cookbook and Martha Rosler's 'Semiotics of the Kitchen'.
This month, Ottica TV brings together a selection of artists within this genre to explore the palette if not the palate.
Paul Malone 2011 -
Whole month of June online at the Streaming Festival: