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Teaser of the 13th IN OUT FESTIVAL
Dir Rafał Gonta

The 13th Festival IN OUT took place on 27-28.04.2019 on the topic of video / performance. The curator of the event was Wojciech Zamiara, a Polish contemporary interdisciplinary artist associated with the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk.   FIRST PRIZE funded by the Marshal of Pomorskie Voivodeship Mieczysław Struk:  Ilaria Di Carlo, THE DIVINE WAY, DE, 2018       SECOND PRIZE funded by the LAZNIA CCA and Ziaja Company: Przemyslaw Branas, UNTITLED, PL, 2017         HONORABLE MENTIONS:     Veronika Akopova, Florian Goralsky, RAND (), FR, 2018       Piotr Urbaniec, ECHO, PL, 2016     Vitalii Shupliak, DOUBLE VIEW, DE, 2018    
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Open Call
 
We would like to invite filmmakers and visual artists to participate in an open international competition happening along with 14th edition of IN OUT FESTIVAL. The competition is organized regularly since 2005 by LAZNIA Centre of Contemporary Art. Participants can submit videoarts, documentaries, experiments and animations focusing on this year’s theme ARCHITECTURE/MOVING IMAGE.
 
The contest is a two-step process: until 31st of July 2020 jury of the 1st step will select 20 artists, whose works will be qualified to the 2nd step and then screened at LAZNIA CCA. All finalists will be invited to take part in the festival in Gdańsk.
 
Awards:
1st award: PLN 6 000 (prox. 1400 EURO) funded by the Marshal of Pomorskie Voivodeship Mieczysław Struk.
2nd award: PLN 5 000 ( prox. 1200 EURO) funded by the LAZNIA CCA.
The jury will also award special mentions.
All the artists must be aged 18 and over.
Film duration: from 1’ under 20’.
Production year: the work should not be older than 3 years.
 
Curator of 14th edition of the Festival is Jola Woszczenko. 
 
We are waiting for the submissions until 31st July 2020. Do not hesitate to take part! 
 
 
 
 
 
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  • Jolanta Woszczenko Curator of the 14th IN OUT FESTIVAL 2020
    Jolanta Woszczenko is a curator and historian. At the LAZNIA CCA in Gdansk she runs the cycle of meetings with experimental film and video artists and curators from Poland and abroad. She has curated, among others, reviews of Laure Prouvost, Omer Fast, Coco Fusco and Christoph Schlingensif at the LAZNIA CCA, Ujazdowski Castle CCA in Warsaw, Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, Galery Parasite in Hong Kong, NCCA in Kaliningrad. . She has been curating and co-organizing the Festival IN OUT since 2012. She has curated and co-curated among others exhibitions at the LAZNIA CCA, Ujazdowski CCA, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre in Hong Kong and the Gdańsk Shipyard. She co-founded the independent gallery Na Korytarzu (In the hallway) in the Gdańsk Shipyard. A member of the international association of curators of contemporary art IKT.
     
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  • 1st Stage Jury: Krzysztof Kornacki
    Krzysztof Kornacki (born in 1970) - Polish academic teacher, PhD, professor of the University of Gdańsk, film expert, employee of the Faculty of Languages, Division of Film and Media of the University of Gdańsk, he specializes in the history of the Polish cinema. The author of books, among the others, "Polish Cinema and Catholicism 1945 - 1970" (nominated for the Bolesław Michałek Award), "Andrzej Wajda's Ashes and Diamonds" ("Fredro's Feather" Prize); co-editor of the volume "Searching and Degrading the Sacrum in the Cinema and Sacrum in The Cinema: a Decade Later"; co-founder and first president of the "Loves of a Blonde" Film Club of the University of Gdańsk; member of the Editorial Board of the "Panoptikum" audiovisual culture magazine, awarded the medal of The Commission of National Education. The lecturer at the University of Gdańsk, Gdynia Film School, Polish Film Academy, Academy of Film Education in Ostrołęka.
     
     
     
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  • 1st stage Jury: Wojciech Zamiara
    Wojciech Zamiara (born 1960 in Toruń) - Polish contemporary artist, interdisciplinary artist (creator of multimedia installations, performance and video art), educator. He studied at the State Higher School of Visual Arts in Gdańsk (current name of the university: Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk), he obtained his diploma at the Graphics Studio of prof. Cyprian Kościelniak in 1986. He has been working at the Gdańsk University since 1986, currently holding the post of second degree adjunct. He leads the studio Introduction to Intermedia at the Department of Specialization and Specialization at the Faculty of Sculpture.
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  • 2nd Stage Jury: Enrico Lunghi
    Photo by Eric Chena
     
    Enrico Lunghi (b. 1962 in Luxembourg) - studied History of Art, as well as History at the University of Human Sciences in Strasbourg. He was a Scientific Assistant at the National Museum of History and Art of Luxembourg from 1991 to 1995, an Artistic Director of Casino Luxembourg - Forum of Contemporary Art founded with Jo Kox, from 1996 to 2008. He was a General Director of the Mudam (Museum of Modern Art of Luxembourg) from 2009 to 2016. He was a Curator for Luxembourg at the Venice Biennale in 1995 (Bert Theis, Potemkin Lock), in 1999 (Simone Decker, Chewing and Folding projects) and in 2007 (Jill Mercedes, Endless Lust). In 2009, he was a Curator in Venice for the French Community of Wallonia-Brussels with Jacques Charlier’s 100 Sexes d’artistes project. From 2005 to 2011, he was a President of the IKT (International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art). Curator of multiple exhibitions, he has also published numerous texts on art and contemporary artists. Since 2017, he has been in charge of studies for the Ministry of Education (SCRIPT) and at the University of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (IRMA). He explores the relation of contemporary art and architecture as a Guest Professor at a Master's course in architecture at the University of Luxembourg and he has organized or been involved in many projects of "art with public space" (rather than "art in public space") in Luxembourg and abroad.  In 2019 he curated, a.o., the retrospective of Bert Theis Building Philosophy - Curating Utopia at Mudam Luxembourg, "Un monde, un seul, pour demeure – Sociétés et figures humaines dans les collections des FRAC de Nouvelle-Aquitaine" at the Château de Biron (Dordogne) and Celebration Factory of Filip Markiewicz at Kunsthalle Osnabrück.
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  • 2nd Stage Jury: Piotr Lorens
    Piotr Lorens – PhD, DSc., urban planner. Lecturer in urban design and development and - since 2007 - Head of the Department of Urban Design and Regional Planning at the Faculty of Architecture, Gdansk University of Technology. He graduated as architect from the Gdansk University of Technology, and also completed the post-graduate studies (as Fulbright Fellow) at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since then he is active as guest lecturer at numerous universities, mostly around Europe. His university activities also include coordination of the research and EU Social Fund projects. Based on these projects he was responsible for organization and coordination of the post-graduate studies and international conferences related to the issues of urban regeneration and management. Besides his academic career he is also actively involved in the activities of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (at present – holding the position of Vice President responsible for the Young Planning Professionals program) as well as of the Society of Polish Town Planners – TUP (at present – President of the society). 
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Festival IN OUT
14 IN OUT FESTIVAL 2020 Architecture / Moving Image
Experiments / Videos / Documentaries / Animations
 
Festival In Out is a cyclic project of Centre for Contemporary Art, organized since 2005. As part of the festival lectures, film screenings, concerts and an open international competition for the best video works, experiments, documents and animations will be organized.
This year we invite artists to take part in the contest with the theme of Architecture / Moving Image.

It is a two-stage competition: during the first one the jury will choose 20 artists whose works qualify to the second stage, and those will be presented during the review screenings at LAZNIA CCA. 
 
Awards:
First prize in amount of 6000 PLN funded by the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodeship Mieczysław Struk
Second prize  in amount of 5 000 PLN funded by the LAZNIA CCA
In addition to awards, honorary mentions will also be awarded.
 
 
 
 
All the artists must be aged 18 and over.
Film duration: from 1’ under 20’.
Production year: the work should not be older than 3 years.
 
Curator of 14th edition of the Festival is Jola Woszczenko. 
 
 
We are waiting for the submissions until 31st July 2020. Do not hesitate to take part! 
 
 
 
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