CYBERFEST 2014 November 2014 — January 2015 St Petersburg, Moscow, Tokyo, Berlin, New York City

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2014, CYBERFEST «The Other Home» VIDEO PROGRAM presents works of artists who call countries around the world (Italy, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, Lithuania, Chile, Austria, Denmark, Philippines, Greece, France, Germany…) Curated by: Victoria Ilyushkina.
Ranging in length from 1 minute to 13 minutes in length, this screening brings together short video artworks that quantify the notion that physical location, environment and structure of one’s house is less definitive in today’s world of virtuality.

Featuring Video Shorts by: Jermolaeva Anna, Francesca Fini, Marcantonio Lunardi, Mark Salvatus, Aujik, Rasmus Albertsen, Vassiliev Yuri, Alena Tereshko, Mauricio Sanhueza, Sandrine Deumier and Alx_P.op., Yannis Kranidiotis, Arya Sukapura Putra, Jean-Michel Rolland, Eleonore Joulin, Maria Korporal, Liuda Kartoshkina, Emilija Skarnulyte, Ryo Ikeshiro.

In January 8, 2015 – Venue: Made in NY Media Center – Address: 30 John Street Brooklyn, New York –

CYBERFEST’s annual screening is a part of CYLAND’s larger VIDEO ART PROGRAM.
Since its founding in 2007, CYLAND has grown, organized and maintained a Video Archive collection of over 400 video works by 100 artists and 20 art groups from Russia. Works selected from 30 international artists of Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, USA and Austria round out the present, growing collection. The works exemplify the diversity of the medium and includes video art, experimental films, computer graphics, 3D animation, stop motion animation, live footage, poetry videos and documentation of installations, performances or workshops. Programming and exhibitions of works in the archive have screened widely including in Great Britain, France, Brazil, Turkey, America, Germany; throughout Eastern Europe. Developed, engineered, organized and maintained by CYLAND, the online digital video library serves as an unprecedented and unparalleled platform for connecting artists with the public at large. Uploaded by artists for free, videos are viewed for free in browsers. About 150 video works from artists are currently available for online viewing.