• Profile picture of lisiprada
    • lisiprada Prada
    • Madrid, España
    • VideoPoética. Una poética del VideoArte [en la dialéctica filmar-editar] . ‘Todo tiene lugar mediante regalo y captura’. Deleuze, Diálogos. Ed. Pre-textos, 1980 Mirar lo invisible. Beber imágenes, degustarlas, aprehender su sintaxis y transliterarla. Escuchar la voz de los ojos. Explorar el borde silencioso y empujarlo al vítreo audible. Ver. Ser ingenuo e intuitivo, olfatear, hilar, perturbarse imbricando la letra en su ritmo. Conmoverse. Deconstruir, reconstruir, ordenar el caos, caotizar el orden. Armonizar. Transitar la irreal realidad. Ser sincero, develar, .arriesgarse. Significar el sinsentido. Dejarse fluir, maravillarse, dolerse, entusiasmarse. Leer entre líneas, jugar, .interlinear. Despertar la belleza. donde no estaba. Herir el aliento, latir en el yunque del suceso. Descubrir .de las sombras .el pulso interior. Quebrarse atravesado por la luz oscura. Disfrutar, gozar, enamorarse. Experimentar, repetir, innovar. Diferenciar, fundir, fundar. Hendir lo cotidiano. Ejercitar la mirada otra; mirar sobre y detrás, mirar dentro. Atrapar. Detenerse en lo diminuto, eclosionar lo simple, indagar lo complejo. Reflejar, reflejarse. Enajenarse, arrebatar-se, encontrar-se. Romper el yo en la metáfora. Ser metonimia. Coleccionar infinitos. Inventar tu propio lenguaje, seguir tus propios pasos. Con-versar. Incorporar el objetivo; ser subjetivo. .Anticipar el instante; ser paciente, rápido, exacto. Mirar la nube y el suelo; el ala y la hierba; la madera, las gentes, el hierro, el cemento. Ser consciente, estar atento. Dejarse sorprender por lo improbable. Aceptar el regalo. Capturarlo. Libar la urdimbre en el telar de la memoria, tejerlo en presente continuo, cortar el verso, re-cortarlo; darle incierto punto final y desprenderse, liberarlo, regalarlo.

    • Profile picture of Bubi
    • Bubi Canal
    • New York, United States / Spain
    • Bubi Canal is a Spanish visual artist living in New York City. Bubi teleports us to impossible worlds full of emotions and mysterious and intriguing characters. His work combines different types of media and artistic methods including photography, video and sculpture and deals with the recurring themes of human wishes, dreams, magic and love. www.bubicanal.com

    • Profile picture of david
    • david ellis
    • provincetown, usa
    • film making, experimental short video, super 8 film making, photography, alternative capture, constructing cameras, pinhole photography, box camera photography, Polaroid, low tech photography, digital deconstruction, using out-of-date film and materials, antiques, collecting vintage photography.....just about anything experimental! Barcelona!

    • Profile picture of Hiroshi
    • Hiroshi Ashikaga
    • Tokyo, Japan
    • After studying filmmaking at Chiba University and the School of Art Institute Chicago, has been participating in solo and group exhibitions, as well as in art festival in Japan and abroad.Recently he is using pinhole still camera to create video art woks 2011 Franck Muller Art Grand Prix Jury award 2011 TokyoWonder Site Emerging Artist Support Program 2011 winner

    • Profile picture of Casilda
    • Casilda Sanchez
    • Brooklyn, NY, USA
    • My work explores the space of video installation through the use of large scale projections, creating immersive environments that trigger an experiential relationship between the viewer and the piece. It is and investigation of various aspects of vision, the desire of looking, and intimacy as the most powerful human connector, raising some of its beauties and contradictions. We are all voyeurs at some point. At least I know I am. I have always been inclined to observe the intimacy of others, if what we call intimacy can be susceptible to being eyed. I believe intimacy is something that - when it exists and occurs - must be apprehensible, and so, I am on the trail. Intimacy is not linked to individualism but to a fold where I can relate to myself as well as to others. It is because sight is considered to “maintain the most emphatic exteriority of its object”, as Cathryn Vasseleu points out, that it becomes enormously motivating and relevant to explore those moments and faults where it crosses the surface and partakes of the perceived subject. These ideas drove me to consider how might we study intimacy through the act of looking. For instance, in the video installation As Inside as the Eye can See, two eyes look at each other intently all the while moving closer and closer. The desire of “seeing” the “other”, of entering her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of a haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing of the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.

    • Profile picture of Las CasiCasiotone
    • Las CasiCasiotone LCC
    • Gijón, Spain
    • LCC are two artists from Asturias, north of Spain. They work in different projects within the experimental electronic music, audiovisuals arts and educational. Website: lascasicasiotone.blogspot.com

    • Profile picture of LucFosther
    • LucFosther Diop
    • Rotterdam, Netherlands
    • Audiovisual Contemporary Art id+affairs> promoting creative endeavors that explore innovative technologies and ideas in collaboration with devoted institutions and professionals under equitable terms. id+markets> generating and consolidating fair value for contemporary art and innovation, reaching the interest and support of both public and private sectors. id+rights> encouraging creators to exercise their rights on authorship using licenses that best suit each specific creation, medium and scope. id+ethics> supporting policies that seek transparency, fair conduct and appropriate procedures among professionals towards a sustainable economy for the intangible.



    • Profile picture of Anaïs
    • Anaïs Senli
    • Berlin, Germany
    • Like in a game, the first spot of color calls for a second one. An initial structure which renews, deforms and multiplies itself to take shape. Lines, nets, structures and shapes which build space and architecture within an amalgam of superimposing layers. Coincidence and decision, geometry and organisms, matter and energy mix and melt into an infinite nexus of possibilities. Intuition and spontaneity act together looking for a primary form, from which all others will born, within an anarchic state, where chaos will turn into order and every form will find its own place and movement. Cubes becoming organic by the gesture of a line; fortuitous spots turning into conscious beings; circles floating in the space; lines that unify and divide. Mental organisms, which grow and expand in their limits and borders, bringing us closer to nature, diluting the boundaries of perception, melting inside and outside. Forms which grow and morph in a shifting mental landscape. www.anaissenli.com

    • Profile picture of Manu
    • Manu Marpel
    • Valencia, Spain
    • Into the process of artistic practice, I explore and try to understand all the choices I am going to pass through in my life. Sometimes I think it’s not about knowing what to choose, but knowing why we choose what we choose. To unlearn attitudes, reactions and convictions, maybe inherited, maybe marked in our childhood and later developed in our maturity, it’s a leitmotiv to me when I’m creating. The art, the creation, the artistic practice, are probably the only places in which everything is permitted and any point of view, any relation and any action are possible. The opened space, the field without doors in which we can explore without fear to be wrong because there are no rules, there are no limits, there are neither expectations nor fears to control.



    • Profile picture of Felix
    • Felix Lazo
    • Santiago, Chile
    • multimedia visual art, electroacustic music, codeart, contemporary music, live multimedia performance, video installations, experimental sound

    • Profile picture of Loko
    • Loko Suederdiek
    • Bodenfelde, Germany
    • My Art is Painting. But painting - for me - is not just 'color, brush and canvas', it is also 'color, camera and computer' and 'color, fabric and sewing machine'. Painting, that happens first of all in my head, in my imagination and in my perception. Painting, that is COLOR. My life is COLOR. Color - that means 'light' and 'emotions' and 'energy'. Color is the elixier of -my- life!

    • Profile picture of Social
    • Social Sound
    • Bilbao, Spain
    • audiovisual and social interaction expresions

    • Profile picture of hermes
    • hermes berrio
    • bogota, colombia
    • Hermes Berrio’s artwork is a powerful restructuring of urban emotion that transforms canvas into eye candy and ordinary furniture into collected treasures. His stylized creations alter ideas, redistribute meaning, and mutate concepts to the point of unrecognizable perfection! “My work is a process of investigating urban elements, working with material, creating forms and compositions, and the artistic process of creator to viewer,“ states Berrio. ”As an artist, I am a re-arranger of meanings.” Coco Lee Loren. Cultural diplomacy and public affairs expert.

    • Profile picture of Joshua
    • Joshua Frankel
    • New York City, USA
    • My films graft my desire to fascinate the eleven year-old version of myself onto the concerns of my present adulthood. Awesomeness and the future are two ideas central to my explorations. The city in which I was born and raised, New York, is ingrained deeply into my consciousness and is a key character in my work. I create motion pictures as synthetic art objects, in which live action video, hand-made marks and animation are each perceptible brushes in a moving collage. Hollywood attempts to trick the viewer into believing that the imagery they are seeing is real. I bring the technical manipulation in my films to the forefront, find beauty in that manipulation and find meaning in the resulting aesthetic juxtapositions, while following an intriguing narrative. When the fingerprints of the artist on a film are apparent, the viewer is reminded that the experience of motion is illusory: the film is just a series of still images and in the end, an object. Most films go to great lengths to conceal this; I try to find power in exposing the illusion.