November 12, 2013 4:18 pm
The Share Prize and Bosch Art Game exhibitions have come to a successful close, wrapping up the first part of this year’s Share Festival.
The winner of the seventh Share Prize, ½ Eighty Eight, by artist Nils Volker, will remain on display at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts for the full length of the festival.
On 15th November, at 3 p.m. at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts, two programmes of videos featuring the best of the Japan Media Arts Festival and ArtFutura will be screened.
The Japan Media Arts Festival is a global media art jamboree, celebrating the extraordinary works being produced in a wide range of fields, from animation and manga to media art and video games.
As of 1st November, the twenty-fourth edition of ArtFutura is on in over fourteen cities around the world, including Abu Dhabi, Barcelona, Bangkok, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Lima, Liverpool, Sao Paulo, Rotterdam, Santiago and Turin.
On 16th November, come take part in a day-long programme of Share Festival conferences at the Albertina Academy, featuring a stream of international guests who’ll have their say on the theme REAL TIME | REAL SPACE. The conferences will take a critical look at the instant dynamics created by the emergence of an integrated reality. Conference speakers include Simone Arcagni, Matteo Azzi, Loretta Borrelli Rossella Maspoli, Eric Kluitenberg and Marleen Stikker.
If you can’t come, follow the conferences online, streamed here.
The festival will close this year with the audiovisual performance NHWT by Tez, to be held at the Lavanderie Ramone at 10 p.m.
For the video of the opening night and to see Pablo Balbontin’s photographs, visit
For programme information, click here