Video Exchange


Ed Video presents-

Video Exchange:

Guelph - North Bay - Peterborough - Saskatoon - Syracuse - Toronto

 

 

February 25 to March 3, 2010
The Ed Video Gallery
An exchange of short, experimental, and creative videos from arts centres across North America.  Each of the six programs will be projected simultaneously in the gallery.  The viewer is at the controls of the audio mix, choosing one of the soundtracks or mixing them together.  A random synergy of video awesomeness will be the result.

Ed Video Media Arts Centre

White Water Gallery

Artspace

AKA Gallery

Spark Video

Xpace Cultural Centre












Details about other screenings:


Toronto vs. Guelph

Xpace Cultural Centre - External Space at OCAD
February 12 – March 13, 2010

It is a period of civil war. Ed Video striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil XPACE Cultural Centre. The last in our video exchange series, selections by Ed Video in Guelph rebel against the program from XPACE Cultural Centre.

You must unlearn what you have learned.



AKA Gallery - Saskatoon

Video Screening: Saturday Matinee – free admission

Saturday, February 20th, 2010 from 12pm to 4pm

20 Above Event Space 424 -20th St. W
12 noon to 4pm

AKA Gallery presents Video Exchange 2010.  Video artists of all stripes responded to the open call for submissions and the resulting compilations reflect their divergent interests and sensibilities. Don’t miss this opportunity to check out an exciting and varied cross section of contemporary video work from across North America.

AKA reel curated by Dagmara Genda with assistance from Stacia Verigin. 


White Water Gallery - North Bay

February 20th 2010 @ 7pm

The White Water Gallery invites you to attend the screening of several short films produced by both local artists and artists from across North America. The Video Expressions film festival is a collection of short contemporary films submitted by six galleries from across Canada and the United States. This innovative video project showcases student, emerging, and experienced artist’s work 
within the contemporary art film genre.