Teletext Art

The Museum of Teletext Art MUTA to be broadcast on ARD Text in 2016

Press release by 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.

In 2016 The Museum of Teletext Art is going to be hosted for one year in ARD text. ARD will broadcast a monthly changing teletext-artwork on page 883. The first work broadcasted will be the iconic “Lucky Cat” by Dragan Espenchied!



Dan Farrimond

Teletext artist and head mad scientist at the UK Teletext Art Research Lab (TARL). | hello [at] teletextart (dot) co *dot* uk |

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