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Between Image and Personality
International Video Art Festival «Now&After’ 13»
Date: April 23 — May 5, 2013
Venue: Moscow Museum of Modern Art, 25 Petrovka Street, hall № 10

Festival director and curator: Marina Fomenko

It is the third edition of the International Video Art Festival "Now & After". This time the show is called "Between Image and Personality". Videos of 41 artists from 16 countries will be shown in the festival program. "Now & After’13" focuses its attention on a person.

Artworks will be shown on 9 screens in the form of 9 thematic collections. "The Close-up" collection contains portraits and self-portraits. "The Experimental Body" collection includes performances. "The Adaptation" collection is a personal experience of intuitive development of the new space. "The Home Is Where the Heart Is" collection starts with the artwork of the same name about a friend and includes personal reflections of artists about the homeland, immigration, family. "The Love Story" naturally tells  about love. "The Something is Happening" collection presents random observations, captured events and distortion of the reality. "Time to Remember" set plunges us into the past. "You Are Not Alone" collection offers a well-ordered fragment of the future and versions of the reality that leave no room for loneliness. And "The Fellows!" collection set combines a report on the experiment, an interpretation, a self-identification and the mysterious Russian soul. Works of all participants are demonstrated as one-day installations "Video Now'.

Guests of this year’s Festival are the International Media Art Biennale WRO (Poland), presenting the program of Polish video art; CologneOFF International Videoart Festival (Germany) with the "[self] ~image 2013" collection. The Magmart Festival (Italy) launches the "100×100=900 (100 videoartists to tell a century)" project to celebrate 50th anniversary of video art. Each of the one hundred artists tells about one year of the XXth century. The Video Art Festival Miden (Greece) presents a program entitled "Can One Mistake Reality for Reality?". The MMOMA School of Contemporary Art Free Workshops presents a collection of it's students' video works.

The competitive program will be rated by the festival jury. Winners will receive prizes from the festival fund. The authors of the best films will be awarded from the Prize fund of the Festival.

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