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27 May 2014

The One Minutes foundation

The One Minutes (TOM) is a brand name for moving images that last exactly one minute. It fits well in our world of looking quickly and understanding immediately. The limited time frame forces the maker to think critically about what he/she would like to show us. The flexibility of the formula and the diversity of dissemination from the street to galleries, TV and festivals make it an attractive and accessible contemporary art form for a broad audience.

The One Minutes were launched in 1998 and by now it has developed into a global network with makers from 100 countries and an archive of 10000 video works that are shown (inter) nationally on many podia. Its core activity is a monthly edition of video art. Additionally The One Minutes realizes exhibitions, screenings, lectures and workshops. The One Minutes foundation manages a wealth of images, facilities, contacts and experiences and would like to share this with third parties.

The One Minutes contribute to a rich and diverse picture of the world. It provides conditions for creating new artworks and offers an international platform and a broad audience to artists around the world.

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