PIXXELPOINT 2015

23 11 2015

16th Pixxelpoint, International Media Art Festival 2015
Nova Gorica (Slovenia), Gorizia (Italy)

Duration: 27.11. – 3.12.2015

  • Performance: 1.12.2015   @ 7 pm

. . . . para-Curator: Igor Štromajer

The festival has undergone a metamorphosis over the sixteen years of its existence. Initially a digital arts festival, then an interactive arts festival, followed by new-media festival, then going back to being a media festival, to even being a festival of non-art last year. This year’s edition hints at its possible future, to become simply an arts festival, which is my humble wish. A festival of contemporary, provocative, alternative art.

Marko Batista @ PIXXELPOINT 2015 from MicroRobotic on Vimeo.

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These objects, these things, may or may not be art – I do not think about that as the para-curator of this year’s 16th edition of the media art festival, nor do I care. If they are, they’re welcome. If not, I don’t care. The only thing I learned from them while preparing for the festival, all they told me, was: Make your own art. Do not expect us to do it for you. Just as we cannot and should not judge people by the color of their skin, nationality, appearance, bank account balance and sexual orientation, so, too, should we not categorize objects according to the criterion of whether or not they are art.

At this festival, we show you the objects forensically: observe them, be respectful towards them, and never trust them. You are entering the autonomous world of things, so, as you are aware, abandon all hope.


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