The Project  "Euroscreen21"
PAN-Forum of Art, Germany

The name "Euroscreen21" denotes a project performed by artists from
European countries who are working in the area of Video/New Media Art.

The accelerating technical and political developments render a new
meaning to time and space. Communication with people even in remote
countries works fast and easily by means of rapidly improving techniques
and data networks.

A united Europe offers new chances for an innovative community.

"Euroscreen21" arises in the year 2002 on this background. Art has
always promoted the discourse and understanding among different
cultures.

The concept  basing explicity on a European cooperation, presents new
approaches to art as well as communication; a circulating of pictures
beyond all restrictions by language problems: an experiment performed by
artists of various countries, reflecting issues of present political,
philosophical and aesthetic concern.

The presentations will take place
in the world wide web,museums and
galleries as well as in easily accessible public areas.
Works will be shown in various European locations at the same time -
depending on opportunities. Simultaneous demonstration will increase the
communicative impact of the presented issues.

The participants live
in the geografic Europe in England, France, Hungaria, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Croatia, Turkey, Belgium, The Netherlands, Spain,
Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Austria, Luxembourg, Greece, Denmark, Finland,
Czech Republic, Russia, ...
The development and results of the project will be shown on this
website.

First exhibition location of the project will be the
PAN-Forum of Art, in Emmerich, Germany, opening in 2003.

Judith Nothnagel
Curator/Concept

Dr. Martin Müller
Director, PAN-Forum of Art, Germany
www.pan-forum.de


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Locations and Cooperations in 2003

PAN FORUM OF ART, EMMERICH, GERMANY
www.pan-forum.de

MUSEUM-KUNST-PALAST, DUESSELDORF, GERMANY
www.museum-kunst-palast.de ( M.Syring. Kulturelle Entwicklung; Ass. I.Kauenhoven)

MEDIENTURM, GRAZ, AUSTRIA, EUROPE CULTURE CAPITAL 2003
www.medienturm.at (Sandro Droschl, Artistic Director)

FOURNOS CENTER FOR THE ART AND NEW TECHNOLOGY, ATHENS, GREECE
www.fournos-culture.gr (Daphne Dragona, Artistic Director, Dir. Dodo Santorineos)

BWA ART CENTER, GALERIE SZTUKI WSPOLCZESNEJ, WROCLAW, POLAND
sekretariat@bwa.wroc.pl (Robert Lisek, Artist; Dir. Pawel Jarodzki)

IIRIDA GALLERY, SOFIA, BULGARIA
iridaart@einet.bg (Ventsislav Zankov, Artist, University of Sofia)

ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, "INSTITUTO DI STORIA E FENOMENOLOGIA DELLE ARTI", MERCATA, ITALY
www.accademiabellearti.com/macerata.html (Mario Savini, Curator/Elastic Group, Artists)

APARTMENT PROJECT, ISTANBUL, TURKEY
www.goethe-institut.org (Selda Asal, Artist/Curator; Goethe Institut Istanbul)

CANTIERI CULTURALI ALLA ZISA, PALERMO, ITALY
www.anghelos.org/observatory.html (Fabio Alfano, Curator/Elastic Group, Artists)

GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY ART, CELJE,
SLOVENIA
adomjan@hotmail.com (Alenka Domjan, Curator/ Vuijonic/Simcic, Artists)

IIRIS VIDEOFESTIVAL, JYVÄSKYLÄ, FINLAND
www.iiris2003.net (Tuomas Talvitie/ Mira Heija, Artist)

ON GALLERY, POZNAN, POLAND
http://free.art.pl/on_gallery (Prof. Kluszczynski, Curator)

CHARLIE CINEMA, LODZ, POLAND
www.charlie.pl (Prof. Kluszczynski, Curator)

WORM CINEMA, ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
www.wormweb.nl (Hans Beekmans, Curator/ Lilia Romero Perez, Artists)

GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY ART, CELJE, SLOVENIA
odeon@siol.net (Alenka Domjan, Curator / Vujinovic&Simcic, Artists)

CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
www.fcca.cz (Dana Recmanova, Curator / Mira Heija, Artist)

AUTOMATA IN COOPERATION WITH GALLERY ALKATRAZ, LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA
www.i-i-i-i.org/automata (Vujinovic&Simcic, Artists)

PUESTA DE CORTO, SHORTFILMFESTIVAL, RUBI/BARCELONA, SPAIN
www.puestadecorto.com (Federico Guerrero, Juanjo Rivero Fernandez, Artist)

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