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digital long island media festival . new york

Events | September 28, 2007 |

Digital Long Island Media Festival . New York – November 10, 2007
Liquid Room – International ArtExpo Collection

General Information.
Digital Media Festival is one of the 4 core exhibitions of Digital Long Island. The New Media Festival wishes to address the excitement that is now percolating with small devices to deliver communicative statements instantaneously and through innovative portable devices.

While bandwidth remains the last issue in delivering fully downloadable feature films, small devices can impact people with short sequential footage. It is the goal of the New Media Festival to embrace the objectives of content.

Digital Long Island is looking forward to bringing articulate statements through digital content to the populace of this region. The showcase of New Media will travel to multiple venues across Long Island and present itself to the widest possible audience.

.curator Luca Curci
.place IMAC Theater – 370 New York Avenue, Huntington, New York 11743 – USA

.artists
Luca Curci & Fabiana Roscioli
. Italy | Ariane Maugery . France | Catherine MacGregor . UK | Cristina Hortiguela . Spain | Tom Estlack . USA | Cliff Caines . Canada | John Aasp . USA | Hubert Dobler . Austria | Victor Barbieri . USA | Lisa Yachia . Italy | Robert Seward . USA | Heather Fraser . Canada | Jesika Joy . Canada | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | Elisa Cella . Italy | Xavier Gavin . Spain | Joanna Hoffmann . Poland | Rachel Entwistle . UK | Ye Leen Lee . USA | Alberto Nacci . Italy | Pui Lee . UK | Sam Sharples . UK | Jon Rubin . USA | James Johnson-Perkins . UK | Gerlinde Miesenboeck . Austria | Nina Maria Kleivan . Norway | Ayse Gullulu . Turkey | Anja Mohn . USA | Daniel Iturrizaga . Spain | Kai Georg Wujanz . Germany | Daniel Bejar . USA | Alexia Miranda . El Salvador | Gregory Steel . USA | Maya Zignone . Italy | Nikolaus Jantsch . Austria | Andrea Abbatangelo . Italy | Dorota Zglobicka . Poland | Jasna Hribernik & Zmago Lenardic . Slovenia | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia | Lino Cairo . Italy | Magda Matwiejew . Australia

 

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