VOYEUR – international video collective is a Melbourne-based artist run information bureau dedicated to the worldwide distribution of information for contemporary video art via the internet reporting on emerging and established video artists.
Founded by Ulrika Holmlund in 2006, Voyeur creates opportunities for video artists to not only screen work online but also in national/international festivals, galleries and forums created by relations initiated by the collective to promote the Voyeur artists. In April 2007 the Voyeur committee was joined by Sofi Basseghi and Bridget Walker.
Voyeur will work as both an online video gallery and a forum for the presentation of diverse, exceptional and original video work from emerging and established video artists from across the globe.
As a survey of contemporary video art, the mission of Voyeur is to provide a welcoming, creative, collaborative, and affordable environment for artists and activists engaged in the pursuit of new ideas within video art.
VOYEUR – member / To become a member of the Voyeur collective please download the application form and guidelines and send in the work for consideration. As a member you will be featured on the Voyeur website and included in international/national exhibitions and screenings throughout the year.