A MAZE. Interact 2012

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GOETHE-INSTITUT. Johannesburg is about to be taken over by the most unique art festival in history.

A MAZE. Interact 2012


A MAZE. Interact 2012 is the first international Games & Media Art Festival to be held in Johannesburg and plans to take over spaces across the city centre from Tuesday, 28th August until Sunday, 2nd September, taking art and multi-media expression to the public in a way that this country has never seen before.

Flipside by Anthea Moys: Invisible Playground

The goal of the A MAZE. Interact Festival in Johannesburg is to create an evolving platform for African and European media artists and game developers. Basically, the festival creates a playground for everyone who wants to experience the Human-Human-Machine interaction. A MAZE. Interact provides a six day program with lectures, panels, screenings, interactive installations, street games, workshops, concerts, performances and parties with over 38 international and local artists, speakers and musicians showcasing their craft.
Johannesburg’s city centre is set to be transformed. A truly over-whelming array of digital art-forms, A MAZE. Interact aims to be one of the most unique installations that South Africa has ever witnessed.

Please see the below website for more details and the video for the trailer!
FB: www.facebook.com/amaze.festival

The A Maze. Festival in partnership with the Goethe-Institut is looking for artists, students and other interested parties to assist in the running of the festival. Ambassadors will be asked to welcome guests, assist artists in workshops, act as guides and generally assist in the overall running of the Festival.

Festival ambassadors will receive a modest stipend and will in addition get free entrance to the concert and party.
Please click here for more information on the Festival. If you would like to be part of this unique festival please email Festival Director Thorsten Wiedemann at thorsten@amaze-festival.de and cc Lester Adams lester@vansa.co.za.



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