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Souvenirs from Earth

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Souvenirs from Earth

Souvenirs from Earth
Launched 2006
Slogan Art has to be part of one's everyday life
Website http://www.souvenirsfromearth.tv
Availability
Cable
Most French and German cable systems Check Listing

Souvenirs from earth is an independent TV station broadcasting a 24/7 program of art films and video art. Close to the ideas of Nam June Paik and Brian Eno, the concept was first presented at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in 1998 and at the Venice Biennale in 1999. The program finally went on air in 2006. The Station has a permanent residence at the bar of Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

The Station is available on the French and German Cable television networks. Artists and filmmakers are invited to submit their works.

References

  • Video
  • Orange Network
  • GoGoParis
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