New works in the distribution collection of the Netherlands Media Art Institute:

Neïl BeloufaUntitled (FR, 2010, 14'57”)
Yin-Ju Chen & James T. HongEnd Transmission (NL, 2010, 15'31”)
Seoungho ChoElliptic Intimacy (US, 2010, 5'14”)
Seoungho ChoHorizontal Intimacy (US, 2010, 8'25”)
Alicia FramisLost Astronaut (US, 2009, 34'31”)
Gabriel LesterThe Big One (NL, 2011, 18'43”)
Thomas Mohr2² (zwei hoch zwei) / Hanne Darboven (NL, 2011, 5'42”, HD)
Thomas Mohr544/544 (up/down) (NL, 2011, 8'29”, HD)
Thomas MohrTwo Compositions (Homage to Hanne Darboven) (NL, 2011, 25'54”, HD)
Erwin Olaf La Tristesse Riche (NL, 2010, 10'30”)
Jacco OlivierAlmost (NL, 2009, 1'37”)
Jacco OlivierBath (NL, 2009, 3'20”)
Jacco OlivierFeje (NL, 2010, 2'22”)
Jacco OlivierLandscape (NL, 2010, 5'16”)
Jacco OlivierRevolution (NL, 2010, 24'00”, HD)
Jacco OlivierStumble (NL, 2009, 3'36”)
Jacco OlivierTransition (NL, 2010, 2'30”)
Sara RajaeiA Leap Year That Started on a Friday (NL, 2010, 6'26”)
Roee RosenTse (Out) (IL, 2010, 33'45”)
Julika RudeliusOne of Us (NL, 2010, 29'05”, HD)
Pilvi TakalaPlayers (NL, 2010, 7'51”)
Pilvi TakalaReal Snow White (NL, 2009, 9'15”)

We are proud to present three new artists in our distribution collection: Yin-Ju Chen & James T. Hong, Roee Rosen and Pilvi Takala.

Pilvi Takala - Real Snow White


Neïl Beloufa's Untitled won the Grand Prize of the City of Oberhausen and the Prize of the Jury of the Ministry for Family, Children, Youth, Culture and Sport of North Rhine-Westphalia (57th edition of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, 2011).

Roee Rosen's Tse (Out) received the Orizzonti Award (Medium-length films) at the 67th Venice Film Festival (2010).

Pilvi Takala is the winner of the Dutch Prix de Rome 2011 Visual Arts.

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To make a large audience acquainted with media art, The Netherlands Media Art Institute pursues an active distribution policy for videos and media installations. These are presented at national and international festivals, manifestations and exhibitions at various art institutions, and are shown for educational purposes. The videos and installations are documented in the on-line public catalogue In the mediatheque all the works from the collection can be viewed on viewing sets.

Works are available for rental on Beta SP (pal) or DVD. For BluRay and all NTSC formats we charge additional production costs, determined by the length of the work. Rentals must have a scheduled screening date. For screenings outside the Netherlands, orders have to be placed at least 3 weeks before the screening date.
Please read the rental conditions carefully to review procedures for tape formats, payment instructions, shipping, tape returns, terms, and image requests. For extended exhibition and extensive program inquiries or purchase of tapes please contact Theus Zwakhals

With respect to the exhibition of installations the prices differ per work. For information about screening fees, technical equipment, spatial conditions, construction and transport of installations, please contact the distribution staff.