One Minute's Video 2021: cyberespaces
Suck my code
Cyberspace as a place of encounter, of reunion, as a possibility of a network, as a possibility of action, of explosion. Cyberspace as a room of one’s one, a dance hall, a time machine, a bed to rest a virtual body. Cyberspace as a place for love. Cyberspace as a submarine cable. Cyberspace as a place of resistance, non-binary, non-monolithic, non-googleable. Geek cyberspace, hacker cyberspace, borderless cyberspace, robe and blanket cyberspace.
After a year of confinement and increased use of the internet, this 2021 we want to generate an archive of one-minute videos about online lives and the possibilities of hyperconnection (or hyper disconnection), invoking, in a feminist key, a wave of grrrl-glory.
One Minute’s video is an invitation to take the cameras, to film and to generate your own senses about a particular subject. It is an open call to create with your friends, alone or in virtuality. The video of the minute embraces the philosophy DIY/DIWT, free and easy creation, the domestic, the public, the collective … and the pleasure.
The videos received during the open call become a collective and kaleidoscopic piece that brings together different experiences around a starting idea. Every year we renew the invitation to film with a new thematic proposal.
One Minute’s Video is also an archive of free images that the participants have been nourishing since 1997 with their videos. This online archive invites to rereadand revision its contents in order to remain alive and vibrant.
Audiovisual piece’s requirements
- Be made by women, without limitation of age or nationality.
- Stick to the topic proposed in the open call.
- Digital format (.mov or .mp4).
- One minute long.
- Pieces containing discriminatory content will not be accepted.
- Pieces containing advertising from companies, entities or groups will not be accepted.
Once you have filled this form, pieces must be sent before April the 18th through WeTransfer to email@example.com.