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SCREENINGS AND CHATS
Camouflage is the use of any combination of materials,
coloration or illumination for concealment,
either by making animals or objects hard to see (crypsis),
or by disguising them as something else (mimesis).
international videoart webchannel
From 1st December 2017
until January 9th 2018
Screening and talks
artist run space & time
Via Palazzi 9, Milan, Italy
on 30th November 2017
Deadline: 23rd October 2017
Camouflage exhibition will run on VisualcontainerTV international videoart web channel for one month. The
opening will present the videos and the artists to Milan art scene on November 30 th 2017 at Vegapunk.
Camouflage is a project run by the artists Marisol Malatesta, Simona Da Pozzo (Ex-Voto Association) and
Alessandra Arnò (Visualcontainer).
The focus of the screening is the relationship between performance and videoart. With performance meaning
a concept that defines an action (stirred by a person or by his absence, by an object or a situation) in a
space and time given by the duration of the video. Students are welcome to present project that can fluctuate
between documents, forgery, storytelling, etc.
Proposals that formalize a research will be taken into consideration as well as those that take into account
the latest developments in video art, exploring languages and relations with the viewer.
The purpose of this project is to open a network through which students can acquire experience in the field
of independent production. This screening will be an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas and
experiences between those who teach, practice and explore video in different countries and contexts.
The videos will be screened on VisualContainerTV, at Vegapunk and other contexts.
The screening is open to Fine Art and Media students from Arts University Bournemouth and from Italian
Academies, as NABA and Accademia G. Carrara di Belle Arti (Bergamo). Videos form students enrolled in
any Italian Academy are proposable, without limits of age or provenance.
Selected artist have to take part at the screening and talk at Milan on November 30th but only Uk students'
flights and overnights will be taken in charge.
Deadline for applications: 23th October 2017Applications must be fully completed and submitted in due time
in order to be considered. The below mentioned documents are to be sent to Vegapunk per e-mail
to firstname.lastname@example.orgSelected artist will be informed of the results via email on October 25st.
1- Fill the following application form
2- Export your video file using suggested compression guidelines
3- Send the application form and the video (or its link on a password protected video platform) before
October 23th 2017 by mail or by www.wetransfer.com at email@example.com
deadline: October 23th
academy and year
video information: The videos have to be not longer than 15 minutes.
Place and year
Biography and statement (200 words):
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Codec: AAC-LC (Advanced Audio Codec) we recommend using AAC-LC (low complexity) for the audio
Data rate: 320 kbit/s - encode your audio at constant rate of 320 kbit/s.
Sample rate: 48 kHz - set your audio sample rate to 48 kHz. If your working setting is already less than or
equal to 48 kHz, leave it as is.
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