Video Art Miden presents “Inscapes“, a Greek video art program curated by Gioula Papadopoulou, on the web videoart channel VisualcontainerTV, from March 12 to April 22, 2020. The program may be accessible at all hours at: www.visualcontainer.net
"Inscapes" is a selection of Greek video art, presenting 6 works which lead us to inner, personal “landscapes” and sceneries of minimal action, reflecting existential, psychological and metaphysical notions of the self and researching -in a poetic and symbolic way- our relationship to our inner and exterior world.
-Eleni Moustaka, UnfraMe, Greece 2018, 5.29
-Thomas Vallianatos, Shan Shui Paintscape (G), Greece 2018, 2.20
-Sophia Liarou, Debris, Greece 2017, 5.05
-Fenia Kotsopoulou, Itinerários, UK 2015, 5.20
-White Dog Films [Dimitris Papadopoulos], g/h0st, Greece 2018, 6.24
-Christina Mertzani / free fall company; Aliki Chiotaki & Dimitris Barnias, 60 pulses, Greece 2016, 3.32
[Duration: 30 min]
VisualcontainerTV is an international videoart web channel functioning since 2009, screening contemporary videoart worldwide in real time and available to all enthusiast and professional audiences, online 24/7 with special periodical exhibitions. The webTV is entirely devoted to the international videoart world and welcoming videoart projects and festivals under the care of curators and festival directors, interview and monograph programs on invitation only. It’s an easy way for keeping updated on the videoart world and take your time following your favorite festivals and videoart projects from all over the world. It’s a big cultural project made for videoart lovers, students, curators and all audiences, a place where to find the best videoart selection for free and for cultural purpose only.
VisualcontainerTV has presented about 45 “best of” from festivals and videoart projects, 13 monographs and interviews since 2009. The project is managed and curated by Alessandra Arnò /Visualcontainer.
Video Art Miden is an independent organization for the exploration and promotion of video art. Founded by an independent group of Greek artists in 2005, it has been one of the earliest specialized video-art festivals in Greece, setting as basic aims to stimulate the creation of original video art, to help spread it and develop relevant research.
Through collaborations and exchanges with major international festivals and organizations, it has been recognized as one of the most successful and interesting video art platforms internationally and as an important cultural exchange point for Greek and international video art. Miden screening programs have traveled in many cities of Greece and all over the world, and they are hosted by significant festivals, museums and institutions globally.
(*Miden means “zero” in Greek)