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Calendar - Exhibitions, screenings and workshops

24 March 25 March 26 March 27 March
28 March
29 March 30 March

Exhibition preview
at CMU Faculty of Architecture, in parallel to Thai new year local technology fare


Exhibition preview
at CMU Faculty of Architecture. 
Preview for officials of CMU


Exhibition preview
at CMU Faculty of Architecture. Collaborative work with students for setup and testing


Exhibition preview
at CMU Faculty of Architecture. Collaborative work with students for setup and testing


Exhibition at CMU Faculty of Architecture.

Online Audio visual performanc es by:
Claudio Parodi - Italy, 
Cinque Hicks -Texas, 
Michael Bielicky - Czech republic ) 

Daily Exhibition

Workshop at Faculty of Architecture) 
"Loss series" with video artist Tina Gonsalves (Australia)

Video art at CMU Theater from the compilation by 'Experimenta' festival (Australia)

Daily Exhibition

Workshop Faculty of Architecture
'Digital Content aquisition'
with media artist Alfred Banze

Screening at CMU Theater - "Kontiki /Bodhisattva" a film by Artist Alfred Banze


31 March 1 April 2 April 3 April
4 April
5 April 6 April
Daily Exhibition

Workshop part II
with media artist Alfred Banze

Screening I (at CMU Theater)
'Recent German Art Film'
with video artist Michael Brynntrup

Screening II
With artist Clea T. Waite

Daily Exhibition

'digital sound'
with media artist Lars Akerlund

at CMU Theater
'digital and Baroque'
with media artist Martin G. Schmid

Daily Exhibition

Audiovisual presentation at CMU Theater

'AudioVisions programme' - tendencies in Austria with media artist Juergen Moritz

Daily Exhibition

Screening at CMU Theater

A commented Screening at CMU Theater:
'Sexuality, Art and other Taboos'
with video artist Michael Brynntrup (Germany)


Exhibition at CMU Art Museum.

'Code Complete'
Audio by Lars Akerlund

'whisteling act' Antie Goerner

Online Performance by Claudio Parodi
and band (Italy)

Chiangmai Punk scene is alive! - live music by Five Thai Punk bands

Daily Exhibition

Visual presentation (at CMU Theater)

a compilation with and by video and performance artist Iris Hoppe

Daily Exhibition

Lecture (part I)
at CMU Theater
with media artist Lars Akerlund

Lecture | workshop (part II)
at CMU Theater
with media artist Lars Akerlund

7 April 8 April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 13 April
Daily Exhibition

'Media art from Germany' - a 70 min. compilation from Academy of media arts, Köln, Presented by Francis Wittenberger

Daily Exhibition

Video art screening at CMU Theater
'Linear and time shifts' - selection from the compilation 'Experimenta' (Australia)
presented by artist Francis Wittenberger


Daily Exhibition
(Museum extended opening hours) 
Screening at CMU Theater

"Media Art from Czech Republic I" 

Compilation of Computer Art and videos submitted form Academy of Fine Arts Prague. 

Daily Exhibition

Screening at CMU Theater

"Media Art from CzechRepublic II" 

Selected projects and video works by Artist Michael Bielicky.

Daily Exhibition

Electronic music and Thai traditional instruments a live performance Composed by Lars Akerlund (Sweden) and  performed live at CMU Theater by Mr. Koh

Daily Exhibition

Screening at CMU Theater

Commented video art compilation:
'why i do not understand what I see'

Daily Exhibition

Screening (at CMU Theater)
'Recent German Art Film'
with video artist Michael Brynntrup

14 April 15 April
Daily Exhibition

CMU Theater : Visual-celebration: a live animated gif and jpg compilation from over 100submitted works. Played live to 'algorytmic music' by Fatima Lasay


Daily Exhibition

CMU Theater : Visual-celebration: "the best of" - a compilation of selected video and computer generated linear audio-visual art
(23 works, 80 min)


 The festival featured two daily open exhibitions, presentations and workshops with visiting artists.

 The Festival took place at three locations at Chiangmai University - CMU Faculty of Fine Arts Art
 Museum exhibition hall, CMU Art Museum theater and the CMU Faculty of Architecture (at ICECA's 
 CMS the Collaborative Media Space). Over 40 computers in total, 5 hi-end data projectors and networked
 color laser printers sponsored by EPSON Thailand were available for the exhibitions. A hi-speed satellite
 boradband downlink was specially installed to support the festival. On each day of the exhibition the Internet 
 downlink statistics showed over 350 Mb downloaded from art servers hosting exhibits outside Thailand. 
 There was a a peak of over 750 Mb per day during that portion of Festival which overlaped with the Songkran 
 (Thai New Year) holidays.

 Special video contributions from the following institutions were screened:
  - Academy of Fine Arts Prague
  - Academy of Media Arts Köln
  - Experimenta festival, Australia
  - AudionVisions programme, Austria
  - MBC Berlin, provided a curated program of recent German Art films

Visiting Artists
Name Field Country
Alfred Banze [www] new media, web, video Germany (Cologne)
Antye Goerner performance Germany (Stutgart)
Clea T. Waite [www] video | computer graphics Germany (Berlin)
Iris Hoppe video | performance Netherlands (Amsterdam)
Jesper Norda [www] sound | new media Sweden (Gothenburg)
Juergen Moritz new media research Austria (Vienna)
Lars Akerlund electronic music Sweden (Stockholm)
Martin G. Schmid [www] digital print | interactive Germany (Berlin)
Michael Brynntrup [www] video | web Germany (Berlin)
Peter Ermsich Performance Germany (Köln)
Tina Gonsalves [www] video art | web Australia (Sidney)
Rudolf Stoert interactive media Germany (Berlin)

Full Program

1. Screenings at CMU Auditorium:



Screenings of works by KHM Students

The collection was provided by Academy of media arts Cologne, Germany

Die 15. Art den Regen zu beschreiben,  Anja Struck, Lars Henkel,   5 min
Die Flickenkönigin, Lars Henkel    3 min
Geometrix2, Thomas Schmidl,  3,30 min
Enfants Du miel, Anja Struck ( Meret Becker)    7 min
Entinem Mies, Lale Nalpantoglu  4 min
Du und ich wir könnten einander gehören, Sven Harguth  7 min
Keep young and beutiful, Christiane Schmidt   2, 30 min
Volle Kraft voraus, Martin Kilger (Söhne Mannheims) 6 min
Verführung von Engeln, Jan Krüger, (Udo Lindenberg, Text: Brecht)  5 min
Dans làtelier du sculpteur, Richard Bade  1 min
Fenster mit Aussicht, Vera Lalyko  9 min
Workout, Andreas Menn   2 min
Mueumsspot: museum für Völkerkunde Köln, Kris Krois  1 min
West End- Theater, Uta Kopp, Bettina Braun   2 min
Haribo-Proviant, stefan Röttger,Mike Fröhlich, Jürgen Pütz   1 min
Gnome sweet Gnome, Theresa diem  3 min
Hüftschwung 1, Bea Be  2 min

Total duration: 70 Min.




Recent German Experimental Film [at IMAF]
(curated by Michael Brynntrup)

Programm 1 (screenshots)

          Konfrontationen, Irritationen, Sehnsüchte |
          Confrontations, Irritations, Longings
          (12 videos | 86 min | 1996 - 2002)
                           The first part of this program illustrates the tension between fact and fiction, or
                           image and imagination. Here are poetic, documentary and narrative formats;
                           many of these videos include dancing people, who are sometimes observed
                           by hidden camera, sometimes choreographed with pleasure. These are films
                           somewhere between ready-made, ready-to-wear, and pop-obsession.
                           In the second part of this program are videos distinguished by reduction and
                           minimalism in form. Their commonality is a focus in form and content on a
                           specific phenomenon, using a concentrated look (even if this look might seem
                           strange and foreign). The program ends with two videos which each bear an
                           almost passionate melancholy. They fix their eyes towards a future
                           expectation, even if it's already gone by.
                           (MB) {translation: Wayne Yung}

          Stanislaw Mucha
          EIN WUNDER | (A Miracle)
          7 min | 1998 | video (betaSP) | col | sound | D/Gattendorf
                           Is it possible to film wonders? The camera shows pilgrims, who watch a
                           window of a school in a small town in the East of Poland, where several
                           people already believed to have seen the Virgin Mary.

                           Stanislaw Mucha: Born in 1970 in Nowy Targ, Poland. After taking final
                           school examinations he studied acting at the “Ludwik Solski" Drama School
                           in Cracow, graduating with an M.A. in 1993. Then joined Cracow´s ´Old
                           Theatre´. Studied film directing at the Konrad Wolf College of Film and
                           Television at Potsdam-Babelsberg from 1995-99. Was a fellow of the
                           Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart in 1999.

          Matthias Fritsch
          Kneecam No.1 | Kneecam No.1
          4 min | 2000 | video (miniDV) | col | sound | D/Berlin
                           Real or set up? The camera as a voyeur in an extraordinary situation and level
                           of intimacy. A fragment of the Berlin Fuck Parade, the anti-parade in
                           response to the Love Parade.

                           Matthias Fritsch: Born in 1976; he works with video since 1997. For his
                           works he got some prices in germany and italy. After learning carpenter he is
                           studying "interaktive Videodesign" in Berlin. In a group of other filmentusiasts
                           he is organising the Independent Film- and Videofestival "Circles of
                           Confusion". (for more information see:

        Jannicke Låker
        No.17 | No.17
        11 min | 1997 | Video (HI8) | col | sound | D/Berlin+Norway
                           In no 17 you'll meet a Norwegian girl as she contacts a bemused American
                           tourist on the streets of Trondheim. She invites him to come home with her.
                           He is offered tea and something to eat. Soon she starts to complimenting him
                           on his physique. She makes him show his muscles and dance for her.

                           Jannicke Låker is a Norwegian video artist, who works and lives in Berlin.
                           She has been working with video since 1995 and has until now done about 15
                           pieces. Her work has been described as a mixture between fiction and

         Annette Hollywood
         snowworld | snowworld
         8:55 min | 1998 | video (U-matic) | col | sound (stereo) | D/Braunschweig
                           so many times you're -- doing the same thing / and waiting for -- something
                           happening / open the door -- what are you waiting for / projection-reflection --
                           connection-action / if you act and do -- something wrong / don't believe you
                           cannot -- go on / cristallisation -- imagination / realisation -- solvation /
                           reality-phantasy -- talk to me / I try to get in contact with Catherine Deneuve
                           and Susan Sarandon, it is a game between reality and phantasy.

                           Annette Hollywood: Born in 1969; 1988-91 wood sculpturist, 1992-99
                           studied fine arts at the Braunschweig School of Arts, 2000 Master's degree;
                           2000 New York University.

          Oliver Husain
          RON & LEO | RON & LEO
          12:47 min | 1999 | video (BetaSP) | col | sound | D/Frankfurt
                           Ron & Leo are twins, lovers, furry animals and a pop group in a crisis. The
                           video shows their fights at the press conference, the artistic attempts of a
                           solo carreer etc like a melodramatic musical. The computergenerated set has
                           been constructed textures and elements found in public spaces and metro

                           Oliver Husain studied fine arts and film in Baroda (India) and Offenbach (am
                           Main) until 1998; since then, he´s been doing performance art, music videos a
                           monthly radio show; his cubicle/studio is located on the tenth floor of an
                           officetower in downtown frankfurt.

           Björn Melhus
           6:15 min | 1997 | Video (BetaSP) | col | sound | D/Berlin
                           A short story about new bodies, the power of denial and a state of no
                           sunshine. - Two infantile bodies are floating in a cyberspace ball. They are
                           simultaneously connected with two subconscious bodies in the background.
                           The attempt of unification and metamorphosis is interrupted by one part,
                           mean-while the other part is liberated. A glance over the shoulder means
                           destruction. The sources for the soundtrack are fragments of the childhood
                           voices of early Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder songs.

                           Bjørn Melhus studied film and video at the Braunschweig School of Arts
                           (Germany) and the California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles. In 2001 he
                           received a one year residency at the International Studio and Curatorial
                           Program in New York. He works with film, video and installation since 1986.

           Frank Bretschneider
           BLUE TIME | BLUE TIME
           4:50 min | 2001 | DV | col | sound (stereo) | Berlin
                           BLUE TIME is part of a series of nine films, created for the live performance of
                           "Balance" (a cooperation with Taylor Deupree, N.Y., released on Mille
                           Plateaux). Actually they aren't films or music videos, but visual realizations of
                           frequency- and amplitude behavior of the music. As they are quite reduced,
                           the form chosen for the visuals was as similiar. Just like the music, the
                           visuals were created by the aid of a computer.

                           Frank Bretschneider: Frank Bretschneider - born 1956 in
                           obercrinitz/erzgebirge; lives and works as musician in berlin; numerous
                           musik-cds (komet and_or_vs. bovine life, bip-hop; balance, mille plateaux;
                           curve, mille plateaux) and live performances (frequencies,
                           frankfurt/m;steirischer herbst, graz; mutek, montreal; ars electronica, linz;
                           sonar, barcelona; documenta X, kassel); 1996 co-founder of

           Caspar Stracke
           No Damage | No Damage
           12:20 min | 2002 | video (miniDV) | col | sound | Hamburg+USA/New York
                           This video work is composed of approximately  80 scenes from feature and
                           documentary films framing the architecture of New York City as a backdrop.
                           Almost all of these movies attempt to add excitement into their stories by 
                           including the grand Manhattan cityscape and featuring dramatic camera
                           Other short zoom shots and pans, that were originally intended to
                           indicate a location change in the film narrative , are now juxtaposed with each
                           other. This results in  an impression of a hybrid, distorted image of 
                           New York City.

                           Caspar Stracke: is a Video Artist from Hamburg, Germany, living and
                           working in New York City since 1993. Until 1996 he worked in the realm of
                           Experimental Film before he religiously converted to Digital Media. His films,
                           videos and installation work has been shown in numerous exhibitions,
                           retrospectives and festivals in the US, Europe and Japan.
                           Hanna Nordholt und Fritz Steingrobe

           PA TAK | PA TAK
           3:50 min | 2002 | miniDV (BetaSP) | sw | sound | Experimentalfilm | Hamburg
           PA TAK is a love declaration to three writers and their special relationship to
                           sound recording machines: Rainer Maria Rilke - phonograph; William S.
                           Burroughs/Gysin - tape recorder; Thomas Pynchon - brain recorder.

                           Hanna Nordholt and Fritz Steingrobe: live and work in Hamburg. Diverse
                           co-operated short films since 1985.

           Volker Schreiner
           RACK | RACK
           5:58 min | 2000 | video (BetaSP) | col | sound (stereo) | D/Braunschweig
                           Three cameras on one, two, three floors of a staircase, in one time at one
                           place, in one, two, three times at one place, in one time at one, two, three
                           places, in one, two, three times at one, two, three places.

                           Volker Schreiner: since 1980 objects and sculptures; since 1988 video
                           works; since 1993 lectures and seminars, 1993 lectureship Staatliche
                           Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe, 1994-98 lectureship Hochschule für
                           Bildende Künste Braunschweig, 2000/01 associate professor Hochschule für
                           Bildende Künste Braunschweig

            Wayne Yung
            Search Engine | Search Engine
            4:00 Min | 1999 | video | col | sound | CDN+BRD/Hamburg
                           With phone personals, databases, and internet searches, a young man uses
                           digital technology to remember boyfriends past, in the search for boyfriends

                           Wayne Yung: was born in Edmonton Canada in 1971, and has since lived in
                           Vancouver, Hong Kong, Berlin and Hamburg. As a writer, performer, and video
                           artist, he has explored issues of race and sexuality from a queer
                           Chinese-Canadian point of view. His videos have screened around the world,
                           and was featured in solo exhibitions at Toronto Reel Asian Festival (1999),
                           Seoul Queer Film Festival (2000), Toronto Inside Out Festival (2001), and
                           Vancouver Out on Screen Festival (2001).

           Maxi Bade
           Jahrtausendwende | (Turn of the Millenium)
           4 min | 1996 | Video (HI8) | col | sound | D/Köln
                           We look at a flock of sheep that stares at us. The view doesn't change. In the
                           lower half of the picture we can recognize a digital clock that shows the
                           count-down. The distance between the sheep and the viewers cannot be
                           bridged over despite the intensive sight-contact. Do both sides stare at each
                           other or do they observe an object that lies between them- maybe the
                           projection spot? Sheep and on-looker (viewers) stare at each other really
                           tense without being able to get into contact. The flock remains automative,
                           chewing, grazing and staring.

                           Maxi Bade was born in Munich in 1975. The year 1995 he spent in the
                           Ukraine. East Europe is the topical base of his work. He receives a grant of
                           the German Academic Exchange Service in 2000 and goes to Tomsk in
                           Siberia. Mainly he works installative with photographs, video and performance.

                           Maxi Bade lives in Berlin.



Programm 2  (screenshots)
Works by Michael Brynntrup

          Works Michael Brynntrup | Portrait
          (10 film/video/media-art-projects | 82 min + x | 1990 - 2002)
                           Michael Brynntrup has been a vital and very active part of the German
                           underground over 15 years, having completed numerous experimental features
                           (including the Super8 feature »Jesus - der Film«...) and an incredibly strong
                           body of short personal works. Working from a decidedly queer bent,
                           Brynntrup often integrates a personal diaristic strategy, using humour and
                           pathos to subvert and stimulate while creating films which are both intimate
                           and visually stunning.
                           (The Blinding Light!!, program notes, Vancouver, Fall 1999 - Alex MacKenzie)

            THE STATICS - Engineering Memory Bridges
            21 Min. | 1990 | 16mm | bw | sound [MBCFILM#32]
                           (puzzle film)
                           Rests and tests from the inquiry into prototypes.
                           Formal proofs through pregnant experiments on one's own body.
                           {Information sheet of the film, 1990}

                           Test cards, doodlings, film techniques and visual experiments - the
                           mechanics of film itself form the narrative of »Die Statik der Eselsbrücken«.
                           And again, the result is hypnotic.
                           (headpress Manchester, 3/91 - David Kerekes)

              ALL YOU CAN EAT
              5:30 Min. | 1993 | 16mm + 35mm | col | sound [MBCFILM#42]
                           (head film)
                           Safe sex in the 70ies. Bigger than life in 35mm. All you can eat in 5 minutes.
                           {Information sheet of the film, 1993}

                           Using found footage from the early 70s porn films, Michael Brynntrup creates
                           a humorous and titillating moving collage of mediated erotic imagery - one
                           that keeps promising the viewer always anticipated cum shot, as well as
                           asking the question, "How 'graphic' does an image have to be before it comes
                           (Mix '95 New York, Festival Catalogue)

                           »All You Can Eat« by Michael Brynntrup takes the 'cum-shot' to new heights
                           with a montage of some of the wildest, orgasmic, facial expressions ever
                           composed to a mellow, easy listening sound track.
                           (Boys On Film No.6, cover text, dangerous to know 1996)
                           AIDE MÉMOIRE - ein schwules Gedächtnisprotokoll
                           AIDE MÉMOIRE - Gay Document For Remembering
                           16:00 Min. | 1995 | BetaSP + 16mm | col | sound [MBCFILM#46]
                           (Dokumentarfilm) | (documentary)
                           Photographer Jürgen Baldiga (1959-1993) and filmmaker Michael Brynntrup, -
                           privat discourses and personal investigations of how to deal with images of life
                           and death.
                           {Information sheet of the film, 1995}

           »Aide Mémoire«, a 16-minute short, is decidedly not a documentary about
                           Baldiga's life and work. Twice Brynntrup visits his friend at home, who is sick
                           with AIDS, to ask a few informal questions and to get him on tape. This "Gay
                           Document for Remembering" ("Schwules Gedächtnisprotokoll"), as Brynntrup
                           subtitles the film, is full of gaps: it reproduces few of Baldiga's photographs
                           and mentions only a couple of dates from his life, one of which is his death in
                           December 1993. This reticence, even omission, makes the photographer's life
                           seem all the more transient and the loss that much more poignant.
                           (Alice Kuzniar, "The Queer German Cinema", Stanford University Press, July

            HEART.INSTANT/IATION II (Autogenous Manipulations)
            7:15 Min. | 1996 | BetaSP + 16mm | col | sound [MBCFILM#50]
                           A medium is not an abbreviation that brings one thing to another, but rather a
                           third added to two. A medium is not static, not a bridge, but develops a life of
                           its own whenever activated. The ECG of metempsychosis (from the genes to
                           the zodiac). Electrographics of the 4th Dimension.
                           {Information sheet of the film, 1996}

                           »Herzsofort.Setzung« is under no cirumstances a mindless rehearsal of
                           various mediaforms. In spite of different forms like Super8, CD-Rom,
                           VHS-Video, colour copy or computer print, that are presented sometimes in
                           an absurd manner, the single generation of the pictures are linked by the
                           pleasure lying in - the uncertainty of the process, also in the formulation of the
                           question. What remains from the transformed man after his bath in the
                           (Filmwinter, Festival Catalogue 1996 - Ulrich Wegenast)

            TABU V (About Which One Cannot Speak)
            13 Min. | 1998 | 16mm | col | sound [MBCFILM#52]
                           (film diary)
                           About which one cannot speak, one must make films.
                           (loosely based on Ludwig Wittgenstein)
                           {Information sheet of the film, 1998}

                           TABU V plays with the medium of film in a light-hearted and inquisitive
                           manner; a concentrated, intelligent and multilayered film in which wit is
                           juxtaposed assuredly with profound, searching analysis.
                           (New York Film Academy Award - Best Short Film, Panorama 1998)

             KEIN FILM
             NO FILM
             1:20 Min. | 2000 | 35mm + internet | bw | stereo [MBCFILM#54]
                           (film festival film)
                           One film - two originals: the internet version in online quality
                           ( and the 35mm version: coming soon to a film
                           festival near you! - "Film is no longer what it should have been." (Rhythm in
                           the age of its digital producability, - an oscilloscope loosely based on
                           Eadweard Muybridge).
                           {Information sheet of the film, 2000}

                           Brynntrup's film that actually is not a film (and therefore on 35mm) reproduces
                           the motions of the human body, alluding to 100 years of filmmaking. Now
                           follows -apocalyptically spoken- the odyssey as a computer-controlled dream.
                           (catalogue Circles-Of-Confusion, Berlin 2001 - Thomas Kliche)

              ACHTUNG - Respect (concentration chair)
              14 Min. | 2001 | 35mm | bw + col | stereo [MBCFILM#56]
                           (sensation film)
                           There can be no doubt that all our knowledge begins with experience.
                           (Immanuel Kant, Introduction to the Critique of Pure Reason, opening
                           Born in the body (...and in time...)
                           {Information sheet of the film, 2001}

                           Certainly even today some viewers will be affected by this work. Respect for
                           the true art of filmmaking demanded that even the closeup be kept in, where a
                           razor slices through an eye.
                           (Warning introduction to the German archival copy of UN CHIEN ANDALOU)
                           TV-X-PERM. (mein Schwulsein als Auftragsarbeit)
                           TV-X-perm. (Being Queer As A Commission)
                           3:20 Min. | 2002 | DV | col | sound [MBCFILM#57]
                           (TV Portraitfilm) | (TV film portrait)
                           My Gay Self-Portrait For Arte TV. Being queer as a commission. Elastic
                           Reality[TM] as program.
                           {Information sheet of the film, 2002}

                           Cela dit, il existe aujourd'hui outre-Rhin des cinéastes gays qui, vu l'évolution
                           des m&brkbar;urs, n'hésitent plus à se référer à leur sexualité dans leur travail
                           Court-circuit a donné carte blanche aux trois cinéaste allemands Michael
                           Brynntrup, Ades Zabel et Philip Brüning, qui thématisent leur homosexualité
                           sous des facettes très différentes.
                           ( - June

            SILENT MOVIE For Deaf People (online)
            5:40 Min. + x | 2002 | flash | bw | sound [MBCFILM#58]
                           (a differently abled film)
                           From still photography to moving pictures, from silent film to sound film, from
                           celluloid to internet - "It's the viewers who make the pictures." (Marcel
                           {Information sheet of the film, 2002}

                           Preis der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart für Neue Medien (ex aequo) »Stummfilm
                           für Gehörlose« (Deutschland 2002) - Die didaktischen Tendenzen dieser
                           Arbeit strukturieren Sprache und Humor um. Das Werk, einfach in Form und
                           Botschaft, hat das Interesse und die Aufmerksamkeit der Jury am meisten
                           gefesselt. Indem auf einen zu komplexen Gebrauch von Technik verzichtet
                           wurde, macht diese Arbeit vielen anderen technologisch sehr determinierten
                           Arbeiten, die heute produziert werden, einen Strich durch die Rechnung."
                           (Internationaler Wettbewerb Filmwinter - Festival For Expanded Media 2003,
                           Begründung der Jury: Joseph Delappe, Ulrike Gabriel, Johannes Milla)

           NETC.ETERA - The Film To The Film
           13:20 Min. | 2000 | CD-ROM + DV | col | sound [MBCFILM#55]
                           (a visit to the studio)
                           A visit to an interactive curio cabinet - the film artist's own private internet. - "I
                           have been gathering (and gathered myself into digits)." (Michael Brynntrup)
                           {Information sheet of the CD-ROM, 2000}

           »NETC.ETERA« is an interactive visit to the studio of
                           filmmaker Michael Brynntrup. Brynntrup sends the visitors on a quest through
                           his absurdist Wunderkammer, his "personal internet." The work is a private
                           archive that consists of film fragments, interviews, and other characteristic
                           documents of his ego.

                           (catalogue IMPAKT Festival Utrecht, October 2001)




Academy of Fine Arts Prague
New Media Studio, Prof. Michael Bielicky

Short videos on VHS:
Love is good, shopping is better, 10’45’’,
Mariana Judova & Jana Lastovkova, 2001
Untitled, 2’23’’, Tamar Moyzes, 2002
Karavan, 1’16’’, Jan Tomanek, 2001
Dance 2001, 5’55’’, Beax, 2001
Prott, 2’20’’, 2001
Untitled, 2’00’’, Tomas Kulistak, 2001
Untitled, 3’50’’, Tomas Kulistak, 2001
Untitled, 1’00’’, Tomas Kulistak, 2001
Yes, into the head!, 1’15’’, Jiri Brouk, 2002
Hedgehog, 1’15’’, Jiri Brouk, 2002
Ducks, 1’15’’, Jiri Brouk, 2002
Love Story, 6’05’’, Ondrej Brody & Mark Ther, 2002

Total duration 41’23’’

Short digital Films on CDROM:

The Tender Fact, (video mp3), Gabriela Jurkovicova, 2003
Moment, (video mov.), 1’45’’, Ales Killian, 2002




[ large collection ]

NOTNOT - Erwin & Maria

Monthatip Suksopha

Tine Gonsalves

Christian Hogue

Caterina Davinio

"PURE REALITY" & "100 Questions"
Gert Hatsukov

Michaeue Naismith | Peter Verwimp | Kris Delacourt | Nico Dockx

"Play for Time"
Michaeue Naismith | Douglas Park | Kris Delacourt | Nico Dockx | Dave Vanderplus

Sylvia Winkler / Stephan Koeperl




Note: This list is in no specific order !

Following is the Complete list of participating artists, works and links online versions of the 

Tamara LAI
ART-DEATH Enquete International survey + SOLENOIDES + URBANGS

Shirin Kouladjie
Days of my life
Vancouver, BC

Søren Raagaard
Copenhagen, Denmark

Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
"Identity of Colour" | "Never wake up" | "Violence Online Festival" 
Cologne Germany

Driessen / Verstappen

staalplaat soundsystem
Berlin, Germany

Peter Rosvik and Hannah Kaihovirta-Rosvik
"How do we feel today?" and "Not2Bad"
Vaasa, Finland

Inma Jimenez,Regina Linder,Cristina Miranda
"197 Gernikas"  cdrom work

Annette Weintraub
"The Mirror That Changes"
New York, NY

antonio mendoza
"south beach disco"
LA California

Bonnie Blake
"Mickie: Waiting For a Friend"
Brooklyn, New York

Luke Duncalfe
"Jacquard Loom Panels" / "DogStar Laika"
Auckland, New Zealand

Jürgen Trautwein

london, uk

Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga
"Vagamundo: A Migrant's Tale"
NY 11206, U.S.A.

Marc Lafia 
"Ambient Machines 2000"
Brooklyn New York

Andrew Hieronymi
San Francisco, CA

Vera Sylvia Bighetti
São Paulo-Brazil.

Isabel Saij
Cologne Germany

Gert Hatsukov
"Pure Reality"
Paide, Estonia

Vienna, Europe

Geoffrey Thomas
Chicago, IL

nathaniel stern
Johannesburg South Africa

New York, USA

Nora Barry
Paris, Mexico City, Montreal and Philadelphia


Francesco Calandrino/Luca Pagani/Claudio Parodi
"Rifl-Esso (2002)"
Alcamo/Varazze/Chiavari Italia

Boris Svirsky
"concept of art-terrorism" (Poster)
Haifa, Israel

Jaka Zeleznikar
"Poem for Echelon"
Slovenia, Europa

João Ricardo Spagnollo
"Esculturas Virtuais"

Laura M Rusnak
New York 13210, USA

Fatima Lasay
Quezon City, 1101 Philippines

Christian Hogue
"into the beyond"
London, UK

Iris Hoppe
"BALANCE" (video)
Cologne Germany

Monthathip Suksopha
Chiangmai, Thailand

Michael Brynntrup
German experimental film program (see also screening section)

Michael Brynntrup
STUMMFILM fuer Gehoerlose | SILENT MOVIE For Deaf People(online)

Goran Micevski
"I will survive"
Belgrade, Serbia

Sylvia Winkler / Stephan Koeperl
"when midnight comes around"
Stuttgart; Germany

Nicholas Economos
alfred station usa (Rhizome members only)

Lee Welch
dublin, ireland

Cas Beau Cohen
London, UK

Marcello Mercado
"The Hierophant / Das Kapital"
Köln Germany

Caterina Davinio
"FLUXUS TRILOGY" & "Global Poetry"
Lecco, Italy

Sergei Teterin
"veejays vs. visualizers"
Perm, Russia

Lisa Gye
"A Mystory"

Peter Horvath
"Either Side of an Empty Room"
Toronto, CANADA

Brad Brace
"The 12hr-ISBN-JPEG Project"

"Pirate alien internet television"

Kenneth Tin-Kin hung
San Francisco, CA, U.S.A

Luigia Cardarelli

Andrei R. Thomaz
"PacMan 1.0"
Gravataí, Brazil

Wolf Kahlen
"Europa On the Fly"
Berlin, Germany

Doron Golan
"computerfinearts collection"
New york, NY

Jody Zellen
"Disembodied Voices" + "Ghost City"
Santa Monica, CA

Christopher Otto
"Time As Color"

Nizan Shaked
web art / various online films
Haifa, Israel

Paul Catanese
"invisible maps"
Chicago, Illinois

Melinda Rackham
Sydney Australia

Anu Pennanen
"Heavy Snowflakes" (video)
Helsinki, Finland

akuvido aka Hanna Kuts, Viktor Dovhalyuk
"stadt sound station"
Berlin, Germany

Vonda Yarberry
"S(t)imulation" + "Meditation VII:Anxiety"
Missouri USA

Cresta E. Cavanaugh
"Untitled - Black and white fiber prints"
Stevenson Ranch, CA

Wylde Nanette
"Tru ValU + The Daily Planet Interactive"
California, USA

Birgit Rathsmann
"ONSEN" , 2002 video installation
Brooklyn NY

Natalie Zimmerman
"Inside Out"
Los Angeles, CA
multi-channel video installation/projection

Calin Man
"reVoltaire archive" / net.art_kit
Arad, Romania

Tiffany Holmes
"Littoral Zone"
Chicago IL

Tony Patrickson
Galway Ireland.
cdrom / installation

David Crawford
"SMS 3,4,5 & 6" - Paris Boston New York

Lars Akerlund
"Code Complete" (audio)
Stockholm Sweden
audio cd + Live performance

Jacques Perconte
"snsz" (video) | "nszra" (video) | "xsz" (video) | "tempoe e pause, ordinary madness" (net)
Bordeaux -FRANCE

Porrachat Srisook
"Her Time" (DVD)

Nisar Keshvani
A digital program features works by 14 artists

" Together We Can Defeat Capitalism "
"Anti-Capitalist Operating System Version 2.0"
San Francisco,CA 94110

Nico Dockx
"Building Transmissions"

Danielle Sara Frank

Martin G. Schmid
"+ - binary-baroque-praying-complexes"  (inkjet print installation)
Berlin, Germany

Vassiliea Stylianidou
"do you want to kill me, baby?" (Video-installation)
Berlin, Germany

Bjørn Wangen
"As long as it moves, I don't care"
Malmö Sweden

Hye Rim Lee
"TOKI/Cyborg" + "Pink Horse"
Auckland, New Zealand
video installation

Jim Hamlyn
12 artists collaboration "Island Gallery"

Alfred Banze
"Street Dancer" + "Kontiki Bodhisattva"
Berlin, Germany

SKOP - Peter Mühlfriedel, Tim Büsing, Gundula Markeffsky
"I Know Where Bruce Lee Lives"

Artist: Alexandra Gillespie
Queensland Australia
Interactive Installation

Jung-Chul Hur
"A Beautiful Dream (version2-Sirima)" + "Morning Cuisine"
Korea (South)
video installation

Markus Kleine-Vehn
Berlin, Germany

Michaël Sellam
"La langue se charge" + "Vox" (audio)
Paris France

Olga Goriunova
"Suicide Letter Wizard for Microsoft Word"
Helsinki Finland

Ulrike Solbrig
Berlin, Germany

Vladimir Todorovic
Goleta, Ca

Michael Takeo Magruder
"...chronology.."  "[ transmission ]"  "¿ icon ?"
Coventry, UK.

Berlin, Germany

Ersellia Ferron
"clearing of the soul"
marseille, france

Peter Weibel
"Immortally in love with death" (DVD)
Karlsruhe, Germany

Clea Waite
"Nothing Broke but the Heart"
Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany

Brandon Barr / Garrett Lynch

Juanjo Fernández
"Dropped Frames"
Barcelona. Spain.

Juergen Moritz
"AudioVisions" 12 videos from artists + workshop
Vienna, Austria
AudioVisions programme

Academy of Media Arts Cologne
over 20 works - videos, DVDs and Cdroms - compilations
Koeln, Germany

Academy of Fine Arts-Prague
over 15 works - videos and Cdroms - compilations
Prague, CZ

Academy of Fine Arts-Prague
Prof. Michael Bielicky - video and media art compilation
Prague, CZ

Natalia Blanch
videos Art - "Dark Night of the Soul" | "Electro"
Argentina | Czech republic

Cinque Hicks
"We All Are Global Nomads" + online performance
Austin, TX, USA

Jon Stahn
"untitled" (video)
Copenhagen, Denmark

A single project was removed from the program
for further clarification follow the link below, contact the oraganizers of this festival or the owner of the work
removed work



AudioVisions -  audiovisual tendencies in Austria

AudioVisions -  audiovisual tendencies in Austria
lectures, computer presentation and screenings with
Juergen Moritz (Austria)

"air E"   - Maia Gusberti
"39"  - Pfaffenbichler/Schreiber
"motu" - Dariusz
"iii", "aus" - skot
"traxdata"  - Moritz/Pfaffenbichler
"biexpran"  - Farmers Manual
"rewind"  - Anja Krautgasser
"not.def." - Maia Gusberti
"santora" - Moritz/Pfaffenbichler
"r 4" - Michaela Gschwendtner
"sofa rockers" - Timo Novotny


* Notes and thanks:

The German Art film program is in cooperation with MBCC and supported by 
Goethe Institute internationes BKK and Goethe Institut Muenchen

The KHM Students works have been provided by KHM Cologne, 
Depertment of media design Miss. Hageboelin

The Student works from Department of new media at the Academy of Fine Art
Prague, Czech republic organized by Prof. Michael Bielicky

The compilation by SixPack Films (Austria) organized by Mr. Juergen Moritz

ICECA wish to thank all the contributors and our kind sponsors for their efforts 
for this great collaboration to introduce new media art to Thai people.