European Media Artists in Residence Exchange with Australia Canada (EMARE AUS CDN) 2014-2015 presents “move on – new media art from Australia, Canada and Europe”residencies, research, production, conferences, exhibitions in Australia, Canada and Europe.
The European Media Art Network together with its oversea partners is proud to announce
the upcoming residents of the European Media Artist in Residence Exchange with Australia and Canada (EMARE AUS CDN) 2014 and 2015 supported by the Culture Programme 2013 of the European Commission. EMARE AUS CDN consists of the realisation of a new media project during a two-months residence at the host organisation and the participation in the final exhibition “Move On – New Media Art from Australia, Canada and Europe” at the Werkleitz Festival October 2015. The project involving 19 artists and six countries launched with a seminal conference on the media art landscapes of Australia and Europe at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. The Goethe-Institut Toronto will continue the intercontinental media art dialogue with an international media arts symposium April 2015.
The artists selected by an international jury consisting of curators from the participating organisations are:
Productions Réalisations Indépendantes de Montréal (PRIM), Montréal:
Cristina Picchi, UK
Verena Friedrich, Germany
Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane:
Móncia Rikic, Spain
Mathias Jud & Christoph Wachter, Suisse/Germany
University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Sydney:
Anaisa Franco, Spain
Experimenta Media Arts, Melbourne:
Abel Korinsky, Germany
Matthew Biederman & Pierce Warnecke, Canada
Gail Priest, Australia
Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT), Liverpool:
Lauren Moffatt, Australia
Soda_Jerk (Dan & Dominique Angeloro), Australia
Impakt Foundation, Utrecht:
Daniel Cockburn, Canada
Steve Reinke, Canada
Werkleitz Media Art Centre, Halle:
Matthew Gingold, Australia
And in collaboration with transmediale, Berlin:
Robyn Moody, Canada
More information at http://www.emare.eu
Move On – New Media Art from Australia, Canada and Europe / EMARE Australia Canada
is funded by the European Commission Culture Programme 2013 and the Goethe-Institut.
Disclaimer: This email solely reflects the views of the author. The European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.