25.2.-25.4.2020 In YLE Teletext from page 820
(Note: there was a typo in the original press release – this show runs for two months rather than one.)
TART2020 is showcasing artworks from 11 international artists specifically created for the Teletext medium. The works of Nadine Arbeiter (Germany), Cordula Ditz (Germany), Daniel Egg (Austria), Dan Farrimond (Great Britain), Juha van Ingen (Finland), Kathrin Günter (Germany), Raquel Meyers (Spain), Matthias Moos (Switzerland), Niccolò Moronato (Italy), Jarkko Räsänen (Finland) and Seppo Renvall (Finland) show a wide variety of different approaches and implementations for teletext art.
The artworks of TART2020 have been first exhibited in the teletext exhibition “ORF TELETEXT meets art” resp. “ARD Text meets art”, a cooperation between ORF TELETEXT, ARD Text and the artists’ cooperative FixC, August 29th to September 19th 2019 in ORF TELETEXT and in ARD Text . The artworks have also been presented in Ars Electronica Festival Out of the Box – the Midlife Crisis of the Digital Revolution, Linz, 5.9.-9.9.2019.
The opening of TART2020 is on Tuesday 25th Feb. 18-19.30
At Bar Bronco
Hämeentie 23 00500 Helsinki
The Museum of Teletext Art MUTA
The Teletext Art Festival ITAF has been viewed by over 3 million people since it was started in 2012. In order to show the artworks beyond the festivals and to create a platform for showing teletext-art on a more regular basis, FixC cooperative launched in 2014 in collaboration with Yleisradio, Finnish Broadcasting Company, YLE, a museum of teletext-art MUTA. The purpose of MUTA is to broadcast teletext-art, document teletext-art, archive teletext-art in VILKE art collection and to make it available for studies and research. MUTA is broadcasted on YLE teletext page: 805.