We celebrate Video Art in Berlin 10 Years — 100 Artists 12—16 December 2018
The end of 2018 marks the 10th anniversary of Videoart at Midnight’s engagement with artist moving-image. On the occasion of our 100th screening, all the fantastic artists who have been our guests in the last decade are invited to participate to a unique artist film and video art festival, in collaboration with the institutions of the Berlin art scene.
The Babylon Cinema will host a two days program, accompanied by a symposium at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart and n.b.k. Video Forum, which will address the main challenges and evolutions of the field. In parallel, video installations will be shown at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, the Berlinische Galerie – Museum of Modern Art and the private fluentum collection (Dahlem). The municipal Galerie Pankow will host an exhibition on the moving-image scene of the 80’s East Berlin. Exceptionally, the archive will be open for viewing at Akademie of Fine Arts, where Wulf Herzogenrath and his collection will be honoured.
This unique, collaborative festival of artist moving-image, will testify to the international significance of Berlin as creative hub for artists working with film and video. In the last decade Berlin has further established itself as central platform, allowing German and international artists to develop their projects, as well as to put them up for discourse and to expose them to creative exchanges.
We are proud to have contributed to Berlin’s vibrant art scene. This unique event will reflect our longstanding passion/enthusiasm for artist film.
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