Mobile Video Art Winners 2016
Video art is a type of art which relies on moving segments of static art or adding moving components into a static art. Mostly displayed as repetitive loop . It should not be confused with 'short movies' or 'short films. And here are our winners.
1st: Izabel Barsive
Description by Izable: I was offered the possibility of a video installation in the month of May 2016 at the FAAS (Contemporary Art Fair of Sudbury) in Canada. The experimental video was projected on the ceiling of a black box of 7X7 feet. The public was invited to enter and lie on blankets to watch the video shown in loops. It's a poetry of a city defined in the movements of its citizens, movements of objects such freight trains here in Sudbury.
2nd: Vanessa Vox
Description by Vanessa: 'MARCH THE 3RD, 2016 / WHERE ARE YOU?' (0'17-HD1080p) is an experimental short movie, part of a mobile movies diary that began in January 2014. This piece is entirely done on an iPad4: the shot, the music and the edit. The film based on one photo, a Vanessa Vox selfie which was firstly edited in many versions with the app 'iColorama' and worked out to a stop motion film using the video apps 'Stop Motion', 'LumaFX' and 'iMovie'. The music was created with the app 'VisPerformer' by Yamaha.
3rd: Giulia Baita
Description by Giulia: I shot this movie to the sea in the beautiful beach of my city, Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy). I chose a mood a little bit nostalgic, like an Italian film in black and white '50. I love Cinamatic App and Videoshop. I used so often these apps in my movies.