• Impakt Channel: Content with Context

    YouTube might be an incredible tool when it comes to reaching worldwide audiences but when it comes to creating context it’s performing poor to say the least. Information on basic facts is often lacking and background information, curatorial statements and critics’ interpretations are a rarity. Can YouTube be used as a tool that not only gives visibility but also insight and reflection? Or is it better to move away from this hype dominated environment and establish new platforms that are dedicated to quality? And how to generate traffic to these platforms?

    With the Impakt Channel, the Impakt Festival Utrecht is researching these questions and experiments with formats to find the best way to make high quality video content available to viewers around the globe.

    To navigate the videos on offer at the Impakt Channel, click the tabs above.

    Movies – for Impakt’s all-time favourites and DEUS Urban Screen selection

    Reports – for documentation of the recent Impakt events you may have missed, or want to see again

    Curated – for videos selected by thematic category

  • Net-art

    • Erick BeltránOn Group Formation: Impakt Online Exhibition 2013

      On Group Formation: Impakt Net Art 2013. About the concept, projects and the artists.

    • Erick Beltran, Net Art 2013Net Art: AboutImpakt Net Art is Impakt’s platform for online art, previously known as Impakt Online. Impakt Net Art stimulates the development of new art projects on […]
    • Loes Sikkes, 2012Let Us Praise The Vernacular! Impakt Net Art: Online exhibition 2012Impakt Net Art 2012:Let Us Praise the Vernacular! As we have become indifferent to the omnipresent multinationals, templates and logos and increasingly estranged from specific […]
    • History is yours - Anne Virgin 911The Right To Know (And Copy) – Online Exhibition for Impakt Net Art 2011

      Impakt NET ART: ONLINE EXHIBITION formerly know as Impakt Online – Like advocates of radical transparency, this year’s Impakt Net Art artists have not only chosen to exercise their right to know, but also to share and copy the acquired content. Unveiling the legal labyrinth of The Cloud, collecting and screening banned videos, and appropriating the templates and icons that make up our modern world, the online exhibition explores the impossibility of secrecy and the limits to openness. With: Metahaven, Dagan Cohen and Hendrik Jan Grievink & Coralie Vogelaar.