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Video art

“The future is now”
Nam June Paik

Congratulations! We can’t wait to see your creations!

Discover Jurors and Prizes of this discipline by clicking on your European Area: Blue, Yellow or Green, depending on your country.

REMEMBER! If you are selected, you can win:

  • a cash prize of € 300 
  • the chance to perform or exhibit at the Semifinal Show of your Area
  • a ticket to the Final Show in Rome, Italy, during the prestigious MArteLive Biennial taking place in December 2021
  • the chance to take part in Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the summer of 2021
  • international networking, gigs, exhibitions and collaborations

Blue Area

Countries included in this area are: Albania, Austria, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Ireland, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom

Blue Semifinal Show takes place in Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Winners of the Semifinal shows will perform in the European Final in Rome (Italy).


Jurors

Enis CisicEnis Cisic

Enis Cisic has more than fifteen years of active work experience in various fields of art. During these years he has been working on different national and international projects related to comic book, movie, animation, theatre. His works, including comic book pages for Marvel comics (dream come true!) were published all over the world as illustrations that were exhibited in international Galleries. He has been working as a storyboard artist on several full length films, as well as a producer of short animated videos in past couple of years that has been screened at many festivals in Europe.


Prizes

SEMIFINAL - WINNER

Cash Prize
Cash Prize of € 300
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Travel Grant 
All travel costs to Rome covered to reach the MArteLive Europe Final Show and the MArteLive Biennial, both taking place on December 7-8-9, 2021.
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

SEMIFINAL -  SPECIAL PRIZES

Artists selected by the Jury among the Semifinalists

MArteLive Art in Progress
1 Week Stay at Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the Summer of 2021, for artists selected by the Jury.
Brought to you by:
* ProCult in Italy and Poland
* Tuzla Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Kintai Arts in Lithuania

MASAPORTAMEDIA Prize
Showreel/portfolio of the artist, 30 seconds or a short teaser of one of the artist's works on Masaportamedia (POLAND)

Biennale MArteLive Prize
Participation in the 2023 MArteLive Biennial in Rome (ITALY)

Yellow Area

Countries included in this area are: Armenia, Belarus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Sweden and Ukraine.
The Yellow Semi-Final show takes place in Vilnius (Lithuania).
Winners of the Semi-Final shows will perform in the European Final in Rome (Italy).

Jurors

Emilija ŠkarnulytėEmilija Škarnulytė                       Vilnius, Lituania - Tromso, Norway

Emilija Škarnulytė is a nomadic visual artist and filmmaker. Between the fictive and documentary, she works primarily with deep time, from the cosmic and geologic to the ecological and political. Recent group exhibitions include Hyperobjects at Ballroom Marfa, Texas; Moving Stones at the Kadist Art Foundation, Paris; and the first Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art; as well as a new commission for Bold Tendencies in London and a solo show at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin. Škarnulytė is the winner of the Future Generation Art Prize 2019 and represented Lithuania at the XXII Triennale di Milano. Her upcoming shows include the Toronto Biennial of Art, Canada and 95% of the Universe is Missing, Science Gallery, London, UK. She currently co-directs Polar Film Lab, a collective for 16mm analogue film practice located in Tromsø, Norway.

Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-KalleinenTellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen                       Helsinki, Finland

Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen are an artist duo based in Helsinki, Finland. Their art merges languages and approaches of a number of disciplines, such as cinema, performance, game design, experimental education, hosting, facilitation and alternative economies. Their collaboration started in 2003 when the artists organised The First Summit of Micronations (Amorph! 03-festival of Artist´s association MUU in Helsinki). Tellervo and Oliver are known as the founders of the International Complaints Choir project (2005-). The artists' work is based on creative collaboration and they are the founding members of YKON and The Speech Karaoke Action Group. Tellervo and Oliver were awarded with AVEK media art award (2012) and Ars Fennica (2014).

Justė JonutytėJustė Jonutytė                       Vilnius, Lithuania

Justė Jonutytė is a Vilnius-based independent curator and producer. She holds an M.A. in History of Art from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. Throughout her career, Jonutytė has worked in curatorial departments of Rupert (Vilnius), Tate Modern (London) and Jonas Mekas Foundation (New York), amongst others. She was a director of Rupert, a centre for art and education in Vilnius, Lithuania between 2013—2019. Recently curated exhibitions by Jonutytė include Jonas Mekas: Let me dream utopias (2019), Entangled Tales (group show, 2018), Lina Lapelyte: Pirouette (2017), Laure Prouvost: Burrow Me (2015), Double Bind (group show, 2015-2016), Dan Perjovschi: Time Specific & Lia Perjovschi: Knowledge Museum Kit (2014) and Dora Garcia: The Jerusalem of Europe (2013). Together with Paulius Petraitis, she is the co-editor of “Like There’s No Tomorrow: Young Lithuanian Photography” (2013, distributed by Motto Books).


Prizes

SEMIFINAL - WINNER

Cash Prize
Cash Prize of € 300
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Travel Grant 
All travel costs to Rome covered to reach the MArteLive Europe Final Show and the MArteLive Biennial, both taking place on December 7-8-9, 2021.
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Atomic Garden Prize
Possibility to participate in a week-long creativity training workshop (July 2021)

SEMIFINAL -  SPECIAL PRIZES

Artists selected by the Jury among the Semifinalists

MArteLive Art in Progress
1 Week Stay at Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the Summer of 2021, for artists selected by the Jury.
Brought to you by:
* ProCult in Italy and Poland
* Tuzla Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Kintai Arts in Lithuania

MASAPORTAMEDIA Prize
Showreel/portfolio of the artist, 30 seconds or a short teaser of one of the artist's works on Masaportamedia (POLAND)

Biennale MArteLive Prize
Participation in the 2023 MArteLive Biennial in Rome (ITALY)

Green Area

Countries included in this area are: Andorra, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Tunisia.
The Green Semi-Final show takes place in Kracòw (Poland).
Winners of the Semi-Final shows will perform in the European Final in Rome (Italy).


Jurors

Jerzy Gnatowski Jerzy Gnatowski                       Warsaw, Poland

Jerzy Gnatowski is a visual artist, filmmaker, cinematographer and photographer. 
He started his professional career in photography. Gnatowski works were presented at 3 personal exhibitions and displayed at auctions of Polish photography. His first experience in film directing was as an assistant for Lech Majewski, preparing opera Carmen for National Theater in Warsaw. Gnatowski’s main interest focuses on the human being in a multicultural world which is best reflected in his series of short movies from the Cross Culture Festival in Warsaw, where he has also worked as video and photography director (2007-2017). 
As a founder of Masaporta, he produced and directed promotional films for cultural institutions and business companies. Among others, the company made a promo movie for the CineEast Film Festival, Luxembourg, 2018. One of his films is Love by Chance, a short Testimonial movie (2017) - a part of a campaign of the city of Warsaw that won a Special Award in the International Tourism Film Festival, Art & Tour, in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal (2017).

Nicola PavoneNicola Pavone                       Rome, Italy

Nicola Pavone is a Performer, Media Designer, and a Videomapper.
Since 2010, he has worked in the field of Architectural Mapping and Interactive Media. His installations and live performances have been presented in many festivals and exhibitions, such as Signal, Lunchmeat, Prototyp, DEPO2015, B_Seite, Vj Festival, SVM and many more.
Nicola Pavone brought his art to every corner of the world, mounting his installation on the UNESCO World Heritage Centre of Erbil (Iraq).
Former member of the Jury for the Kyiv Lights Festival in Ukraine, he’s continuously exploring all the possible relations between the devil and the details.


Prizes

SEMIFINAL - WINNER

Cash Prize
Cash Prize of € 300
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

Travel Grant 
All travel costs to Rome covered to reach the MArteLive Europe Final Show and the MArteLive Biennial, both taking place on December 7-8-9, 2021.
Brought to you by MarteLive Europe

SEMIFINAL -  SPECIAL PRIZES

Artists selected by the Jury among the Semifinalists

MArteLive Art in Progress
1 Week Stay at Art Residencies in Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lithuania and Poland in the Summer of 2021, for artists selected by the Jury.
Brought to you by:
* ProCult in Italy and Poland
* Tuzla Live in Bosnia and Herzegovina
* Kintai Arts in Lithuania

MASAPORTAMEDIA Prize
Showreel/portfolio of the artist, 30 seconds or a short teaser of one of the artist's works on Masaportamedia (POLAND)

Biennale MArteLive Prize
Participation in the 2023 MArteLive Biennial in Rome (ITALY)

MARTELIVE EUROPE 2021
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