Agricola de Cologne and the team of artvideoKOELN international
wish all their friends and partners a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Peaceful New Year!
See you again in 2013!
CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections
is the extended initiative of SFC – Shoah Film Collection,
adressed to young generations of artists and dfilm makers to deal with the topic of collective trauma by using new technologies and contemporary approaches in art.
The event structure of “A Virtual Memorial – Commemorative Interventions” will be the platform for presenting CTF in screenings and exhibitions.
CologneOFF 2012 Morocco
Cologne Art & Moving Images Awards
(Cologne International Videoart Festival, animateCOLOGNE, VideoChannel)
@ Digital Marrakech – 6-8 December 2012
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Agricola de Cologne
presenting “Cologne Art & Moving Images Awards” @ Museo ExTeresa Arte Actual Mexico City via a video introduction on 18 & 19 October 2012 – 20h – 22h
VideoChannel’s – Mexican Visions
video art from Mexico
– a collaboration with Circuito Electrovisiones Mexico City
introduced by ICETRIP
During the coming months, VideoChannel will receive a new profile in order to fulfill the new functions of the curatorial platform in the context of Cologne Art & Moving Images Awards
Forever – The Ball!
The compilation of films and videos selected and curated by Agricola de Cologne is observing the phenomenon of football from different positions.
They transport basically the enthusiasm for this sport, from those who are actively practicing this sport, but in the same way, the fans, enrthusiastic amateurs who identify themselves with the pleasure and positive the sport and its protagonists are representing to them. But also the dark side of this sport is spotlighted,like hooligans, radical mass phenomenons, and the misuse of drugs and alcohol.
These are the participating artists
Eric Esser (Germany) , Jacques Faton & Alpha Sadou Gano (Belgium/Senegal), Hubert Sielecki (Austria), Kevin Ryan (Ireland)
Max Hattler (Germany), Yuriy Kruchak & Yulia Kostereva (Ukraine), Joanot Cortès (Spain), Paula Noya (Spain), Henry Gwiazda (USA), Marta Azparren (Spain), Eva Olsson (Swe), Anders Weberg (Swe), Haike Rausch & Torsten Grosch (D), Sander Veenhof (NL), Scott Stark (USA), David Anthony Sant (Australia), Heike Liss & Patrice Scanlon (USA), Ann Tracy (USA), Goran Dimic (Croatia), Cristian Chironi (Italy), Alvaro Collar (Spain), Lili White (USA)
The list of videos, as well as the access to the online feature can be found on
Cologne Intermational Videoart Festival
announces the launch of a new festival branch
Cologne Art & Animation Festival
would like give the animation as a particular artistic expression more attention, relevance and space by using a new festival format based on an exceptional permament collection of animated art contents to be extended once a year via a new festival edition.
The 1st festival edition will be launched in September 2012 in the framework of CologneOFF 2012 – videoart in a global context – nomadic festival project.
The new call for entries can be found on netEX