5th Athens Video Dance Project 2015

22 January 2015

Videodance artworks of every kind, films and dance documentaries by established artists

17.01.2015 till 25.01.2015

The 5th Athens Video Dance Project in collaboration with the Athens School of Fine Arts presents a two-faceted program, AVDP official and

Athens Video Dance Project is an annual videodance festival that takes place in Athens, Greece. Organized since 2010, it attracts short videodance works of any genre, feature-length dance films and documentaries, dance photo projections, dance performances and installations, while it also provides a place for any hybrid, interactive, technological project whose main objective is to develop an artistic dialogue between dance and different art forms.

AVDP is an attempt to bring to the fore the art of videodance in Greece in order not only to educate the local audience, but also to create artistic fermentations among students and professionals in the community of dancers, filmmakers, musicians, directors and set designers. Its goal is to strengthen the network between artists from various fields, who are interested in the art form of videodance and the development of collaborative projects between them, in order also to promote the contemporary videodance creations of professional artists.

The AVDP official program includes videodance artworks of any genre, films and dance documentaries by established artists, such as DV8, David Zamprano, Jevan Chowdhury, Michael Klien, Rudolf Nureyev and many more, from 30 different countries.

The 5th AVDP hosts the renowned British Art Director of Moving Cities, Jevan Chowdhury, who is visiting Athens to present 2 of his projects and to create Moving Athens, in collaboration with the AVDP Team, Stefi production company and woofs.

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