Publications

Digital Art Biennial 2018 - Extended Deadline!

  Digital Art Biennial extends registrations until October 1   INTERESTED PARTIES CAN REGISTER UNTIL OCTOBER 1, 2017 THROUGH DIGITAL FORM AVAILABLE ON THE DIGITAL ART FESTIVAL WEBSITE   The Digital Art Festival (FAD) has extended registrations until October 1 for the selective ...

Festival Elektra 2017: The Big Data Spectacle

  After the first issues raised last year by the Montreal festival on the role and impact of machines on contemporary artistic production, ELEKTRA continues a debate opened with AUTOMATA trilogy with this year the theme THE BIG DATA SHOW. ...

Luminary Premieres March 18, 2017 in San Francisco: Art l Tech l Music

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32. DOK.fest Munich 2017 - Call for Entries

We kindly invite filmmakers, production and distribution labels to submit their current documentary films. DOK.fest Munich is one of the largest festivals for documentary films in Europe. The international program includes three relevant competition sections and ten awards (2.500 to 10.000 Euros).   In 2016, the festival celebrated a new record of 37.500 visitors. ...

Animaze explores the world of animation in Montreal

Animaze is an international film festival and conference exploring the world of animation in all its diversity. Filmmakers and professionals from over 45 countries will converge on Montreal from August 18-21 to celebrate the art and science of animation.  ...

10 places around the world for digital art events

From Switzerland to Mexico, Spain to Japan by way of Greece or Germany, Digitalarti Media comes back on 10 digital art events our editors have covered in 2015 and 2016. Thank you to all the partner festivals for your trust.  MAPPPING FESTIVAL & ELECTRON FESTIVAL - GENEVA ...

ADAF: Athens in alternative digital mode

Baptised Digital Pop, the twelfth Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) aims to highlight the different aspects of a new pop culture underway at the height of the digital age, when new practices linked primarily to new technology and the internet generate new behavioural and creative trends affecting us all on a daily basis, and tinged with an underlying sensitive militant tone. ...

Whistleblowers, virtual reality, robotics and the future of culture at European Lab 2016

The Arty Farty team (Nuits Sonores) has achieved a superb European Lab Forum centred on attentively and proactively involving the youth of Europe in terms of cultural policy against a European backdrop under strain. Is culture a factor for democracy? This is no longer an issue for the organisers of the biannual event (winter edition in Paris), leading by example at the heart of a definitively political and connected forum. ...

The mutant abstractions of Quayola

  Aesthete of connection between figurative art and digital abstraction, the Italian artist Davide Quayola turns classical Western tradition of pictures and landscape to new audiovisual dimensions, in direct contact with technological disruptions of our time. ...

The immersive show of Satosphère

Launched in 2011, the Satosphere of the Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT) of Montreal – a 360-degree spherical projection dome – stays one of the most impressive audiovisual experience to live nowadays in terms of immersive digital cinema. A spatialized stimulation of spectator’s perceptions that doubles up with a large flexibility of contents as Sat Fest 2016 is still currently revealing. ...

ELECTRON 2016: Electronic Cultures Festival in Geneva

Exhibitions, concerts, performances and contemporary dance… From Brian Eno to Carl Craig, from a Torture Garden party to sound-systems, Electron Festival offers an outstanding line-up for its 13th edition; perhaps the best since its 10th anniversary. Listed below are the main features of this event that will take place from 24th to 27th March over the Easter weekend in Geneva. ...

Digital Choc 2016: spotlight on Franco-Japanese creation

From 19th February to 21st March 2016, Digital Choc is back for its 5th edition. Responsible for organising the Tokyo festival, the Institut français in Japan has a strictly Franco-Japanese programme lined up. Through a theme called “futurama,” the artists invited explore the future and raise questions through their disparate perspectives. This bi-national combination and the resulting cultural differences, make it a particularly interesting event. ...
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