International Audiovisual Art Festuival Cusco/Peru
curated by Very Tyuleneva
Curator and graphic designer. Born in Russia, she has lived in Peru since 1999. She has a degree in art history (St. Petersburg State University, Russia), a master’s degree in anthropology (European University in St. Petersburg, Russia), a doctorate in history (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú). Since 2003, president of the Cultural Association “Charlie Quispe & Co”, Cusco. Since 2004, curator of the Museum of the Convent of Santo Domingo – Qorikancha, Cusco. Since 2011, coordinator of the VideoBabel Festival.
The VideoBabel Festival is a project of international scope, founded in 2009 by Dr. Jorge Mora Fernández, Spain (www.drjorgemora.com), based in the city of Cusco, Peru. The project is focused on the democratization, dissemination and promotion of audiovisual and digital culture in Peru and other regions of the world. More than 2900 audiovisual works from different countries have participated in its eight editions since 2010.
As of the 2013 edition, the event is focused on innovative expressive languages and includes animation, video art and experimental audiovisual production. The open competition of the incoming call is aimed at artists from Peru, Latin America and the rest of the countries; In addition, a program of collaboration and exchange is being developed with events and organizations that share our objectives, in different regions of the world. The main goal of this program is, on the one hand, to give a wide international diffusion to Peruvian and Latin American audiovisual production and, on the other hand, to show in Peru the latest achievements and experiments from other geographies.
curated by Vera Tyuleneva
Maurico Sanhueza (Peru) – Paroniria, 2013, 6:36
Christian Tapies (Argentina) – Three Modern Haiku, 2010, 12:00
Fernando Livschitz (Argentina) – Buenos Aires Inception Park, 2012, 2:00
Tatyana Zambrano Cardona (Colombia) – Glitch Clutch, 2012, 2:00
Leyla Rodriguez ( Peru) – Electric Fruit, 2010, 4:00
Maia Navas (Argentina ) – Era de pan, 2013, 6:00