BAD EMSER MEDIENKUNSTTAGE, 2003
The upcoming four part conference looks at the questions at the interface of (Media) Art and New Technologies.
PRESENTATION BY NILS CLAESSON, October, 2000
Stockholm CRAC (Creative Room for Art and Communication).
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INFO-AESTHETICS, September, 2000
Lecture by Lev Manovich. Organized in collaboration with the MMX Group.
WORKSHOP BY AES GROUP, September, 2000
In the frame of 2356 KM. Art from Dusseldorf in Moscow.
PROGRAMME OF VIDEOS BY RUSSIAN ARTISTS, March, 2000
Selection from the collection of "TV Gallery" presented by Maria Chuykova. Stockholm.
EUROVIDEOART SPEZIAL, June, 1999
The program of German video art presented by Ekhard Kahne.
NEW IN NIZHNY NOVGOROD, May, 1999
Russian Videos from Art Media Center "TV Gallery"s Collection. Screenings of video films, archives, and documentation. Lecture, round table. Soros Center. Nizhny Novgorod.
AMERICAN VIDEO ART OF 1970s-90s, October, 1998
Lecture by Kate Horsfield (Video Data Bank, Chicago).
MULTIMEDIA ART, March, 1998
A project bó Knut Gerwers. (Video art, CD-ROM, Internet projects from Germany). In collaboration with Goethe Institute. Internet Cafe "Base 14" and Art Media Center "TV Gallery", Moscow.
KULIK's REMENISCENCES, December, 1996
Art action. In collaboration with the Contemporary Art Center, Moscow.
FILMS AND INSTALLATIONS BY KLAUS VOM BRUH, November, 1996
Video screenings of the . Joint project of Goethe Institute, Contemporary Art Center and Art Media Center "TV Gallery", Moscow.
THIRD WORLD NEWSREEL, July, 1996
Screening (films, video) and discussion. A project with the participation of Kara Lynch. In collaboration with the Contemporary Art Center, Moscow.
CONTEMPORARY CROATIAN VIDEO ART, June, 1996
Video screening and discussion. Single channel video by Sanja Ivekovic. In collaboration with the Contemporary Art Center, Moscow.
LECTURE BY TERRY BRAUNSTEIN, May, 1996
In collaboration with the Contemporary Art Center, Moscow.
AMERICAN VIDEO ART, November, 1992
Program of screenings and lectures, organized with the assistance and participation of video critic and curator Deirdre Boyle.