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    Uditha Bhargava, Carrom Club 02, 2014

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    Renate Lorenz & Pauline Boudry, Toxic, 2012

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    Mateusz Sadowski, Volume, 2013

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    Marianna Milhorat, Une terre familière, 2013

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    Constantin Hartenstein, ALPHA, 2014



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The jury has selected 38 outstanding positions from the more than 1,200 submissions from 76 countries for VIDEONALE.15. A comprehensive festival programme offers an extensive insight into current artistic practice, but also into current discussions of video art and developments on the art market. Numerous events and exhibition projects will enliven both the Kunstmuseum and the City of Bonn during the festival. 
Like the exhibition itself, the VIDEONALE.15 festival programme will deal with the competition theme ‘The Call of the Wild’, and will take a closer look at the ‘Wild’ as the description and examination of new and still undefined fields of activity-, image- or conceptual space. The focus will be thereby on the new dimensions which come about as the result of an all-embracing digitalisation. 

Winner of Videonale Award of KfW Stiftung 2015: 
Shelly Nadashi 

Winner of Videonale Audience Award of KfW Stiftung 2015: 
Florian Pugnaire and David Raffini 

26 February 2015 
Exhibition opening and award ceremony of the Videonale Award of KfW Stiftung 

Kunstmuseum Bonn 
Free admission 

19 April 2015 
Kunstmuseum Bonn 
2 – 3pm 
Screening: VIDEONALE IN LAGOS: Changing City – Shifting Spaces 
The video screening offers a preview of the planned exhibition project VIDEONALE IN LAGOS. This initiative by KfW Stiftung wishes to strengthen media art in Nigeria by supporting local up-and-coming talents in establishing international contacts. With the topic ‘Changing City – Shifting Spaces’ the project explores the dynamics of urban spaces of everyday life. 
In cooperation with KfW Stiftung, Goethe-Institut Nigeria, Video Art Network (VAN), Lagos, Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Lagos 

3 – 4pm 
Talk: VIDEONALE IN LAGOS: Media Art in West Africa 
Theo Eshetu (artist, Rome/Berlin) and Emeka Ogboh (artist, Lagos) in conversation with Dr. Nicola Müllerschön (Programme Manager Arts & Culture, KfW Stiftung, Frankfurt) 
In cooperation with KfW Stiftung 

Announcement of Videonale Audience Award of KfW Stiftung