Netmage 07

Creative and innovative images on art, media, communication
7th edition
Bologna, 5 – 27 January 2007

International Live Media Floor
Call for participants
deadline 15 October 2006


The call for participation is now open for the International Live Media Floor 2007.

The Live Media Floor is the main section of the Netmage festival program, an international platform to confront practices of generating and/or mixing images and sound of every type and format.
A window, non-competitive character, on cinematic and inter-media aesthetics that change form year by year: the vision for projects received is based on the premise of reconfiguring, in each new edition of the festival, an activity space with a functional perceptive relationship to the public.

The Call

Participation is open to projects that employ electronic, electroacoustic, analogue and cinematic means to produce visuals and sound.
The projects selected will be realized in a single event space, single or multi-screen, for a duration of about 20 minutes each.


All material must be sent to:
Netmage, Via Cà Selvatica 4/d, 40123 Bologna, Italy
to be received on or before 15 October 2006.

Info, entry form and schedule on line:

Selected participants

Selected authors/crew will be contacted on November 2006.
The next phase will consist of clarifying the technical details relative to the execution of the performance.

Netmage, Via Cà Selvatica 4/d, 40123 Bologna, Italy
tel (+39) 051 331099

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