Videonale at FIKTIVA media arts festival in Dusseldorf (Oct 8, 2017)

Video program in the context of Fiktiva media arts festival (Oct 5-8, 2017)


As part of the official Fiktiva parcours through the old town of Dusseldorf Videonale will present a video program with earlier Videonale works at Filmmuseum / Black Box. Works by the following artists can be seen: von Henrik Lund Jørgensen, Ulu Braun, Antti Tanttu, Mahdi Fleifel, Jasmin Bigler & Nicole Weibel, Susanne Wiegner.


Date: Sunday, October 8th 2017 at 10pm


CARAMBOLAGE – Radio-Performance, public workshop-presentation and artist talk

At „Dialograum der Kreuzung an Sankt Helena” Maia Urstad (city sound artist bonn 2017 / Bergen, Norway) and Dirk Specht (Cologne) present the results of their two-day workshop in a public radio performance.
In the following artist talk Maia Urstad will speak about her artist work with Carsten Seiffarth (curator and artistic director bonn hoeren) and Raoul Mörchen.


Videonale.16 - Workshop How Do I Look? – New Perspectives on Using Point of View Shots

“How Do I Look?” will work with cameras to take a practical and exploratory approach to performing the point of view shot (1st person perspective) in cinema.
The title of the workshop originates from a conference organised in 1987 by Bad Object Choices. As in the original event, the question is intended to provoke a number of potential readings.



Videonale.16 - Generation Workshop

The VIDEONALE.16 Generation Workshops, led by artist Diane Müller, are aimed at the cooperation between older people and young folk. The workshop participants will, as a group and with the help of guided, improvised performances, examine their own reactions and those of the other participants to the VIDEONALE.16 video works, which they have viewed and intensively discussed together during the workshop. 



Workshop Videonale.16 - Intercultural impulses

During the workshop the participants will examine the video works of VIDEONALE.16 in an artistic-performative way. They will develop and discuss their own interpretations of the works’ contents and will express individual impulses in a performative manner.