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Categories: Video Art, Video Installations, Live Art, Artistic Constructions

After the successful materialization of the first Athens Video Art Festival, an innovative festival for digital art in its moving form, which is one of the most radically developing forms of art combining photography, movement, music and experimentalism, Multitrab Productions** invites again all the lovers of the moving image (regardless of age) to take part in the 2nd Athens Video Art Festival which will take place in April 2006.

Once more, people will be encouraged to create freely but also to dare to express themselves and their views on a specific theme.

This year new categories will be included: video installations, artistic constructions and live art.

Well known video art festivals from other countries will be "hosted" by the 2nd Athens Video Art Festival, by dedicating a substantial part of it to them as videos, extra information and exclusive material from the festivals will be shown. Also there will be mention of activities relevant to video art, taking place in Greece. Each day of the festival, after the projections, an audiovisual event will take place following electro-ambient musical paths.
  • Apart from the option of submitting video art on a subject of your choice, there will be an optional theme suggested by the Athens Video Art Festival, aiming to stimulate the imagination of the artists and to give them extra motives to create new work. The artists are asked to unfold their thoughts and to create images concerning the terms "man" – "freedom" – "nature" – "society" – "honey bee" – "motion" – "life" and their view of them, feeling free to experiment.

Please fill in the online pre-entry form before submitting your video and your official entry form. You can fill in the pre-entry form online and also download the entry form online.

 
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