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Videotage
No. 13, Cattle Depot Artist Village,
63 Ma Tau Kok Raod,
To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, HK   map * 
tel: +852 2573 1869     fax: +852 2503 5978
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Videotage (literally merging the two concepts of "Video" and "Montage") is a non-profit interdisciplinary artist collective, which focuses on the development of video and new media art in Hong Kong. Founded in 1986, Videotage began as a facilitator for collaborative time-based projects. In a small shared office with two chairs and table, Videotage's support to artists came in the form of labour and equipment for production and post-production, and the exchange of ideas. Videotage has since expanded to include publications, education, exhibitions and screenings.

Videotage is a vital link in presenting media arts to a broader community. Programming is guided by its Program Director and full-time staff, and governed by a Board of Directors.

Videotage aims to boost awareness of Hong Kong video and new media art activities locally and internationally. Our artists members has participated in numerous cultural exchanges and art festivals. Including Asia-Pacific Triennial (Australia); European Media Art Festival (Germany); Experimenta (Australia); Hong Kong International Film Festival; Hong Kong Art Festival; Image Forum Festival (Japan); Kwangju Biennial (Korea); Multimedia Art Asia Pacific (Australia); Transmediale (Germany); Venice Biennale (Italy); and Videobrasil (Brazil).

Videotage also invites internationally renowned artists and curators to present talks, seminars and workshop in Hong Kong. Previous guests include: Francesca da Rimini, cyber-feminist; Gary Hill, video artist; Barbara London, curator, Department of Film and Video, Museum of Modern Art, New York; Momentum, mixed electronic media performance group; Jun-jieh Wang, Taiwan-based video artist, among others.

 

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