Participants of exhibition:

One of pioneers in computer generated art -
Yoichiro KAWAGUCHI, Japan

Argentina
(Rodolfo Aguero, Alicia Candiani)
Australia (Steve Danzig)
Canada (Pascal Yelle)
Iceland (Gudmundur Ludviksson)
Japan (Satoshi Matsuyama)
Greece (Viktor Koen)
Russia (Eugeny Bortnikov,  Vladimir Martynoff, Valery Orlov/ Alexandra Mitlyanskaya, Svyatoslav Ponomarev etc.)
UK (Mike North, Mike King)
USA (Thom O'Connor)

Digital photography:

Japan
(Atsuko Naganuma, Miyuki Motoki, 
Saori Tanaka)

Video art program:

"Temporary Identities" - international compilation of more than 60 artists,
Art Director - Luca Curci

Coolection 2003-2004-2005
the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Montevideo / Time Based Arts, Amsterdam

"VideoFresnoy // Productions // Projecttions"
France

Transmediale, Germany

"Screen spirit":
Marikke Heinz-Hoek,
Germany

Australia ("Domes": David Stephenson)
Belgium ("Time is short": Christophe Meul)
Italy ("Bodyscan", 2005, Stefano Coluccini)
Germany ("Translated from Russian": Isolde Loock,  Marikke Heinz-Hoek, Eugenia Gortchakova)
Russia ("Melody for fleut" Svetlana Bakushina, "Continuous" Eugeny Jussov, "Butterfly" Aleksandra Mitlyanskaya)
USA ("VJ Book" by Melissa Ulto)


 
"aniGma-2006" The 3d Novosibirsk International Festival. Digital technologies in contemporary art: Computer generated prints, Digital photography, Multimedia & Video-Art:
April 6 - May 15, 2006)

Special thanks to ALL participants and contributors!!!!

Have a look at the photo of the opening procedure below:

Press-conference:

Professor Yuichiro Kawaguchi, Japan;
Valentina Zlobina (EPSON, Moscow);
Andrey Martynov - Art Director of "aniGma", Novosibirsk;
Eugenia Gortchakova, Germany

More photographs from the Festival.

Please download Russian translation of the comments to VideoFresnoy



To download a poster in LARGER format, please click HERE

Having any question or suggestion regarding the next "aniGma" in 2007
please contact us via Emails
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aniGma-2, 2005
Exhibition of computer generated prints
at the Novosibirsk State Art Museum



aniGma-1, 2003

"The God" by the "Melnitsa" - Art Studio, St. Petersburg, was awarded
by Grand Prize of the "aniGma-2003" Festival    
 
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