Hardcore Art Contemporary Art Space Sep 8th through Oct 20th, 2007Hardcore Art Contemporary Space is presenting the second edition of The New Media Festival this fall. The scope of this festival has grown larger this year including artists from Greece, Taiwan, Korea, Russia, Switzerland, Israel, Germany, France, Spain, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Afghanistan, United States, and Latin America. New practices and technologies are presented such as 3D digital animation, Radio Channels and TV projects, compelling the audience to deeply get involved into the digital material. There are three projection rooms with large scale screening and seats to accommodate the audience. There are also individual presentations on TV monitors. Two main new projects that go beyond the boundaries of the visual arts are: Art Channel by Milan Atanaskovic, a hot radio presentation from Paris France; and TV Lata Project by Monica Hernandez, based on updated TV themes as outdoor installation. Photography will be represented by two important contemporary photographers: Jordi Bernado and Dr. Muu. Other participating artists are Asya Reznikov, Peter Eudenbach, Els Opsomer, Gabriela Morawetz, Sabrina Montiel-Soto, Boaz Kaizman, Rodolfo Peraza, Johanna Domke, Juan-Sí González , Jason Mena, Chus Garcia-Fraile, Beatriz Caravaggio, Laura Erber, Aisen Chacin, Iris Cegarra, Ignacio Goitia, Richard Garet, Matilde Marin, among others. During the festival there will be a panel discussion titled New Media: A contemporary production. A Survey with the participation of digital artists and curators. This year, The New Media Festival takes place from September 8th through October 20th at Hardcore Art Contemporary Space in Wynwood Art District in Miami.
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