9th Sergio Motta Art and Technology Award

Catalogue for the 9th Sergio Motta Art and Technology Awards. The publication includes forewords by Camila Duprat, superintendent of the Sergio Motta Institute, and Giselle Beiguelman, curator for the Awards; statements from the nominations and awards committees; images from the portfolio of winners and finalists and their bios, plus pieces by Lucia Santaella on Diana Domingues and Giselle Beiguelman on Paulo Bruscky, winner of the Hors Concours award for 2011.
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71 pages (english/portuguese)

8th Sergio Motta Art and Technology Award

The publication contains texts writen by Renata Motta , Sergio Motta Institute´s director, Giselle Beiguelman, artistic director and also the statements written by the selection comission and award jury.
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95 pages/(english/portuguese)
25 x 17 cm

HTTPs on-line festival

HTTPPIX HTTPVIDEO 2010 ebook
In 2010 the second edition of the online festival HTTP took place. Focusing on digital image, HTTPpix and HTTPvideo had their results published in the book “Creation and Critique in Image Networks, assembled by curator Giselle Beiguelman.
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E-book about the Http’s on-line festivals about videoart, sites, and music realized in 2008 by Sergio Motta Institue in a partnership with You Tube Brazil ,o Gafanhoto and Itaú Cultural.
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Appropriations of (Un)Common- Public and Private Space

E-book about the debate on the impact of mobile medias in contemporary culture, the happened in the Symposium Arte.mov, in São Paulo, 2008.

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E-book – Technological Connections Festival 2008

Online catalog for the Technological Connections Festival, which made awards for art, design and technology works created by students from all over Brazil. The e-book contains videos of the works awarded, a list of the works nominated, and texts on the curatorial concept for the festival by Daniela Kutschat Hanns and Giselle Beiguelman. The e-book was organized by Camila Duprat, project coordinator, and Renata Motta, the Sergio Motta Art and Technology Award’s general coordinator.
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Technological Connections 2006
22 x 16cm
Versions in Portuguese and English
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Recombinant Territories
Includes the outcomes of the Recombinant Territories project (itinerant workshops) focusing on the impact of technology on contemporaneity and the dissemination of digital culture.

Recombinant Territories 2006
R$ 25.00
22cm x 16cm
Versions in Portuguese and English
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Sergio Motta Award

List of catalogues containing information on selected artists and winners from the Award’s seven competitions and exhibitions, including images, reviews and interviews. The catalogues are a source of reference for Brazilian production in contemporary art and technology:

7th Sergio Motta Art and Technology Award (2007-2008)

R$30.00
13 x 13cm
(Portuguese or English)
no longer available

6th Sergio Motta Art and Technology Award (2005-2006)

no longer available

5th Sergio Motta Art and Technology Award (2004) 

no longer available

4th Sergio Motta Cultural Award (2003)

R$ 15.00
27 x 21cm
Bilingual (Portuguese/English)

3rd Sergio Motta Cultural Award (2002) 

R$15.00
25.5 x 24cm
Bilingual (Portuguese/English)

2nd Sergio Motta Cultural Award (2001)
no longer available


1st Sergio Motta Award (2000)

no longer available
CD – 1st edition (2000)
R$ 10.00

Exposição Hiper | Santander Cultural Porto Alegre (2004)
no longer available

Other publications

Discussion forums (Proceedings)
Include transcripts and selected images from the two discussion forums organized by the Sergio Motta Award. The publications feature key issues for contemporary artistic production and research.
[1st Discussion Forum – new media production, dissemination and markets] (2002)
R$ 15.00
16 x 22cm
Portuguese

Sergio Motta Cultural Award – 2nd Discussion Forum (2003)
R$15.00
15.5 x 22cm
Portuguese

If you would like to purchase one of the above items, you may order it from the Sergio Motta Institute | +55 (11) 3873-0279 | info@premiosergiomotta.org.br. There is a suggested donation for each publication to help continue the work of the Sergio Motta Institute.