Arte Video Roma Festival
Rome Art Video Festival 2011

21, 22 and 23 October 2011

Cinema Theatre Volturno

 

11 artists in the competition - Selection C.A.R.M.A. :

 

Cosimo Cappagli - Release, 2'56'', 2009

Piero Chiariello - Walking on a beach of Abruzzo (10 horizontal lines), 1'06'', 2011

William Emmolo - Chaos PHAOS, 3'20'', 2011

Harvey Goldman - Sabinium, 8'50'', 2007

Mattias Harenstam - Closed Circuit (In the middle of Sweden), 3'01'', 2011

Igor Imhoff - Small white dots, 4'20'', 2011

Salvatore Insana - Originally, 6'10'', 2010

Maria Korporal - Averginos and Poulia, 7 ', 2011

Petri Paselli - Games winding, 5'26'', 2011

Mario Raoli - RGB, 6'35'', 2010

Ingeborg Stana - Lost in the woods, 3'42'', 2011

 

A jury of great importance, which includes the names of some of the greatest Italian experts like Mark and Maria Lorenzo Gazzano Taiuti egregious together with a representative group of young critics and curators (Catricalà Valentino, Veronica D'Auria and Mariagrazia Constantine) was called to select from among the entries for the prize CARMA which was delivered to the work of Igor Imhoff Small white dots. Were also awarded special mentions to the work of Mattias Harenstam Closed circuit (in the middle of Sweden) and Peter Chiariello for Walking on a beach of Abruzzo (10 horizontal lines).

 

 

The works selected by the curatorial team Momo Electronique, including those received in response to the notice of competition, as always were accompanied by a series of proposals from some of the most prestigious world of video art.

During the three days because you have followed on the screen of the IMAX Volturno also better off COLOGNE 2010 (one of the biggest festivals of the new global landscape) by Wilfred Agricola and IMAGES PASSAGES, led by Annie Aguettaz association that for over a decade now deals with copyright and video anthology proposed by VisualContainer (first Italian distributor of Video Art) by Alessandra Arnò and Giorgio Fedeli.

 

 

Images Passages

Selection of video art curated by Annie Aguettaz

 

1. Laurent Pernot - Life's Attraction, 3'16 "
2. Jean Gabriel Périot - The Art de la delicat matraque, 3'55''

3. Eric Valette - Romance, 2003, 5 '23''

4. David Jouin - Choreographic Experience, about 2'25''

5. Sebastien Caillat - Histoire sans gravitè, 13'43''

6. Frederic Nakache - Interludes Romantiques,'' 3, 2007

7. Adrienne Alcover - Curly, 5''

8. Pascal Lievre - Beautiful dancer, 2010, 3'34''

9. Clorinde Durand - Naufrage, 6'07''

10. Philippe Chatelain - Apnea, 15'03''


CologneOFF

Selection of international video art curated by Wilfred Agricola de Cologne:

 

1. Ramon Lleal Suau (Spain) - Hoax, 4'23'', 2010
2. Marko Batista (Slovenia) - The Machine of Memory, 1'29'', 2008
3. Matthias Härenstam (Sweden) - Closed Circuit, 3'01'', 2011
4. Shahar Marcus (Israel) - Leap of Faith, 3'02'', 2010
5. Johanna Reich (Germany) - A State of Crystal, 3'19'', 2010
6. Sarah Mock (Germany) - Is there a way out, 3'47'', 2011
7. Albert Merino Gomez (Spain) - The City and The Other, 3'09'', 2010
8. Francesca Fini (Italy) - Oasis in The Desert, 5'05'', 2010
9. Yuriy Kruchak, Kostereva Yulia (Ukraine) - The 7th of November, 3'36'', 2009
10. Brotas Ana (Portugal) - Okupa, 2'14'', 2009
11. Ezra Wube (Ethiopia) - Amora, 2'26'', 2011
12. Liu Wei (China) - Hopeless Land, 2009
13. Andrew Fedak (USA) - Orange County Surreality, 3'00'', 2011
14. My Name is Scot (Canada) - Independance, 7'57'', 2011
15. Tim Stokes (UK) - Untitled, 2'00'', 2011


Visualcontainer

Selection of international video art curated by Alessandra Arnò and George Faithful:

1. Enrico Bressan - Exercise # 49, 3'25'', 2010
2. Barbara Allen - Wrapped Love, 2010
3. Anita Calà Testarossa - Men and women, 4 '30 ", 2009
4. Iginio De Luca - Convention, 1'19 ", 2010
5. Global Groove - or Paik Paik, 4'00 ", 2009
6. Salvatore Insana - Varchi, 4'28 ", 2010
7. Korporal Maria - A midwinter night's dream, 3'37'', 2010
8. Luke Mander Christian - Night, 2'52 ", 2010
9. Albert Merino - The trace of salt, 7'37'', 2010
10. Marzia Moretti - Action subversive minimum 3, 1'07 ", 2009
11. Natalia Saurin - Contemplation, 3'32 ", 2010



Out of competition were also presented works by three international masters: Theo Eshetu (England / Italy) with Rome, Isabel Rocamora (Spain / England) with Fear, Defense, Disapparence