In this newsletter you will get informations about the media campus.
// 23rd EUROPEAN MEDIA ART FESTIVAL
Festival: 21-25 April 2010
Exhibition: 21 April - 24 May 2010
Take your chance. The online accreditation is available on or website www.emaf.de only until 12th of April. Here you will find all details und further guest information.
// MEDIA CAMPUS
This year's Media Campus, a popular meeting place for young artists from international higher education institutions, presents a fresh, diverse programme. In two own exhibitions, six film programmes and lectures by three higher education institutions, Media Campus shows what young Media Art from 16 different countries currently represents. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to take part in two workshops.
// "SOUND REFLECTIONS"
The "sound reflections" exhibition in the Turm Bürgergehorsam presents media installations that not only explore the perception of the individual but also invite individuals to utilise their sense organs in an atypical interconnected manner. Eyes and ears are put to the test in an unusual way.
// "LIVING ENTITIES"
At the StadtgaleriecafÈ, under the title "living entities", a mixture of installations will be presented that all, in their own way, reflect life, creating an arch between nature and culture. Individual installations call on visitors to establish close contact. Only then is the work of art complete.
In line with this context, a documentary by Mainz University of Applied Sciences on their project "Visualizing Europe" will be presented. In this project, data from the European statistics authority "Eurostat" is evaluated, enabling us to experience it in a more intuitive manner.
In a lecture by Professor Philipp Pape, Mainz University of Applied Sciences will present his project "Visualizing Europe." The aim of the project was to make data and information artistically visible through design.
In his lecture "Experimental audio-visual interactions in film," Professor Lensing presents the results of his seminars, using the example of a selection of short films by students at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
// FILM PROGRAMMES
In the film class of Professor Dr. Harald Schleicher, Akademie für Bildende Künste Mainz, students are given the opportunity to find their own cinematic form of expression, and to evolve within it authentically and subjectively. The students present themselves in thirteen short films.
Professor Jörg Udo Lensing from Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts introduces his students to an experimental film in which creativity can develop free of commercial aspects. In eight films, the film programme will show an overview of the resulting works.
Remix distinct passages from your favourite song into a simple sound event, and underscore them with elementary video sequences that defy digital technological progress. The result: a trashy mini music clip film. An experiment, led by the media artist Joanna Schulte.
OUT OF THE BLACK BOX!
From an idea to a multimedia installation. In the workshop, an artistic exploration is made into how different media can complement each other and correspond with each other in a space.
// MORE PROGRAMME
The complete programme is online at the beginning of april on www.emaf.de.
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// CONCEPT AND FESTIVAL MANAGEMENT
Hermann Noering, Alfred Rotert, Ralf Sausmikat.
nordmedia - Die Mediengesellschaft
Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung
Botschaft von Kanada
EU Funding EFRE
Cybob communication GmbH
und Zuschüsse weiterer Foerderer
// MEDIA PARTNERS
le monde diplomatique
// CULTURAL PARTNERS
// CONTACT / ADRESS / POSTAL
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