From 15 February to 7 April 2013 the 14th Videonale will be taking place in the Kunstmuseum Bonn. We now invite all artists to apply for Videonale 14 with a single or multi-channel video work.
There are no restrictions on the subject, but the works submitted must be not more than 2 years old, i.e. they must date from 1 Jan 2010 or later.
A jury of international experts will examine the entries and those selected will presented in the Videonale in the Kunstmuseum Bonn.
An international prize-jury will select the winner of the VIDEONALE award from the artists whose works are exhibited at Videonale 14.
“… one of the world’s oldest festivals for video art. Both stars and up-and-coming young artists of the international video-art scene can be found there. “
Founded in 1984, the biennial VIDEONALE today counts as one of the oldest and most renowned festivals of video art in the world. Participants include such trend-setting artists as Dara Birnbaum, Lynn Hershman, Marcel Odenbach, Michael Smith, Bill Viola and others. To this day VIDEONALE sees itself as a festival of national and international video art, both for ambitious young artists and for established artists.
At the 14th VIDEONALE between 40 and 50 works, chosen by an international jury of experts, will be presented during a seven-week exhibition in the Kunstmuseum Bonn. They will be supplemented by a curated section of video installations.
The numerous events of next year’s programme are meant to tempt visitors to VIDEONALE 14. In addition to the three-day opening programme, a large number of lectures, discussions with artists, screenings, performances, workshops and special presentations about artistic positions will take place during the seven weeks of the exhibition. Another feature of the festival programme is the VIDEONALE Party at the opening weekend.
VIDEONALE ON TOUR
Following the exhibition in the Kunstmuseum Bonn, the works displayed at VIDEONALE 14 will be presented in other international institutions as VIDEONALE ON TOUR. Works from VIDEONALE 13 could be seen at the Re:view Festival at Ars Cameralis in Katowice, Poland, at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA), in Taichung, Taiwan and at the Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow, Scotland.