Multichannel 2010: Variable Economies
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Multichannel 2010 is a screening programme of artists film and video, organised and curated by ArtSway and SCAN in ArtSway’s galleries, 2-11 April 2010. This year Multichannel is in association with Animate Projects.

The theme – Variable Economies – implies the current global economic downturn, decreased availability of resources influenced by human intervention in the natural environment, shifts in national and global political emphasis, and formally in relation to the making of artist film and video.

Artists are invited to submit works for selection that touch upon the themes of the programme in terms of the use of the medium/material of film and video. Deadline for submission is 28 January 2010. Details at

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