Vidéoformes is an event dedicated to video and digital cultures which presents video art projections, conferences and round tables, performances, exhibitions, and installations in the public space. The festival contributes to the promotion of all innovative artistic practices of digital cultures and encourages encounters and sharing around these practices, their singularities and their challenges. The event is a showcase of current international digital creation where works by young artists and artists more recognized in the world of contemporary art dialogue.
VIDEOFORMES is every year 8,500 to 10,000 spectators who discover between 350 and 400 works. In 2011, 300 to 350 videos presented in 4 locations, around twenty installations in the city and 7 audiovisual performances. Vidéoformes emphasizes the exploration of two artistic forms: installation and audiovisual performance on stage and on the Internet. The 2011 edition will be very “European”. Vidéoformes is involved in two collaborative curatorships with a network of European partners: "Moving Stories" and "Transit", supported by the European Union as part of the Culture 2007-2013 programme.
Gareth Hudson exhibited the film 'Eventually'