The VIDEONALE will take place in its 19th edition from 31.03. – 14.05.2023 with an exhibition of 27 video artworks at Kunstmuseum Bonn and a diverse program in the midst of the exhibition and at satellites in the urban area of Bonn.
With each work, a new window is opened to the diverse range of contemporary productions from the field of video art and moving images. The themes are as varied as they are relevant to the present.
We want to talk about these perspectives with the artists, the audience and agents of film culture: before, during and after the exhibition.
“Arrived in a reality that wants to be reconsidered here and now in all its fragility,” is how Tasja Langenbach, artistic director of the Videonale, describes the VIDEONALE.19: The jury selected 27 positions from 1989 entries from 86 countries for the exhibition in the Kunstmuseum Bonn – an inventory of the diversity of artistic strategies in the field of video art and moving images today. In more than 10 hours of video material, the aesthetic approaches range from performances to stop-motion and digital animations, experimental short films and documentaries to spatial installations.
The following artists from 20 countries will be presented from March 31, 2023 at the
Kunstmuseum Bonn and at the VIDEONALE.19 festival program:
Antonia Baehr, Jule Flierl & Isabell Spengler | Shobun Baile | Stephanie Barber | Concha Barquero & Alejandro Alvarado | Maija Blåfield | Eliane Esther Bots | Elkin Calderón Guevara & Diego Piñeros García | Felipe Castelblanco & Lydia Zimmermann | Kent Chan | Federico Cuatlacuatl Teles | Douwe Dijkstra | Will Fredo | Dor Guez | Carlos Irijalba | Ji Su Kang-Gatto | Timoteus Anggawan Kusno | Layton Lachman | Stéphanie Lagarde | Alaa Mansour | Pol Merchan | Julian Quentin | Rrangwane Sade Shoalane Rabasha | Alisi Telengut | Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor | Poyen Wang | Andrew Norman Wilson | Yan Wai Yin.
Information on the artists, selected works and the program can be found here: https://v19.videonale.org/en