Network & Agency of Audiovisual Culture // Audiovisual City is a hub stimulating and promoting the connections among Multimedia & AV artists and organizations worldwide. It is based on three main axes:
- Funding Calls & Cultural Management : we seek and apply for international funding calls for Audiovisual and Multimedia culture, especially from European Union. We connect distant and different partners organization with the main goal of creating an active, horizontal and collaborative network, to develop projects and international exchanges, increasing the chances of dialogue and sponsorship by institutions.
- Events Promotion & Artists Management: we organize and support Performance, DJ/VJ Jam Session, Workshops, Conferences, Audiovisual Clubbing, Exhibitions, A/V international events and projects. We develop management and Booking service for visual artists, supporting them and negotiating with venues in order to guarantee the technical and conceptual conditions for the artistic work
- Web Curating: Social Media + Communication 2.0, Web Journalism, Interviews, Mailing List with open call for artists + info about Our Events
Audiovisual City is an international network of audiovisual creation, connecting artists and events interested in the relationship between image and sound to facilitate the work of both parties. Through web page, artists are supported in the management of events calls and the promoter can access to a database constantly updated by web curator facilitating the work of Booking artists.
It will configure a map of the audiovisual culture, where cities will be presented based on the interest of institutions and citizenship towards the practices of Vjing, AV Performance, Mapping, Generative Art, Interaction Design… We aim at generating a hub for the Audiovisual culture, connecting all the agents working in this field, in order to improve mobility and interchange between different parts of the AV world. Audiovisual City has been created in November 2011 by Marco Savo, Project Manager & New Media Art Curator // Aelfwine, Multimedia Craftsman // Saskia Lillepuu, anthropologist and audiovisual researcher.