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Videonale 13

Festival For Contemporary Video Art
The “Videonale” in Kunstmuseum Bonn is one of the oldest and most acclaimed festivals of video art in Europe today and sees itself as a platform for both aspiring and established artists. The 13th Videonale focuses on current issues from the field of conservation, presentation and copyright as well as the themes of “Documentary style in video art” and “Urban images”. Both themes represent a stronger emphasis on content in current video art, these are examined not only in this year’s Videonale exhibition, but also in the accompanying catalogue.

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"Videonale 13"

ISBN 978-3-86678-551-9

21,00 x 24,00 cm

138 Pages

160 colored and 9 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

inklusive 2 DVDs

Languages: German, English

Georg Elben
Georg Elben, Prof. Dr. Dirk Rustemeyer, Annette Block, Olena Chervonik, Sung Un Gang, Lukas Harlan, Tasja Langenbach, Kathrin Michel, Elena Vasilieva, Elisabeth Wynhoff, Sara Izzo / Michael Hunziker and Maria Wildeis
graphic design
Anna Baranzew, Dominic Specht
exhibition "Videonale 13. Festival für Zeitgenössische Videokunst", 15 April to 29 May 2011, Kunstmuseum Bonn