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The Video Archive of the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon was established in 2006. The archive contains more than 4,000 titles, including works by Israeli and International artists who have exhibited at the center, and many works that were collected over the years. The archive includes video art works, sound works, films, and documentation of performances, installations, and conferences that have taken place in the framework of the center's activities. It is distinguished by its socio-political orientation, and the geographic origin of the works. In addition to Israeli artworks, it includes artworks that were also made in areas of political, ethnic or religious tension, thus it is a unique collection allowing access to video works from the middle east, balkan, east Europe and more. Between 2007-2014,  The “Mobile Archive”, a mobile version of the Video Archive, traveled internationally and was presented in an artistic context in art centers, galleries, universities etc., inviting each host to add up to twenty five new works and to expand the collection. Throughout the years, the mobile archive visited almost 20 venues.

The archive is open to the public and offers access to local and international curators, artists and students to view works for educational and research purposes only. For the past few years, a digitization process is being made in order to make it accessible online. Online access to the works is obligated to the artist’s will, therefore some of the works are only available online with special permission and some have no online access but can be viewed on site, at the Israeli center for digital art in Holon.

Titles and artists can be found with a simple search on our web. The full catalog can be found in the excel sheet, which keeps updating every couple of months, since works are still being digitized and new works are added. 

Video Archive Catalogue (Index)

Artworks Search

Access to materials must be made in an orderly request detailing the requested works and the purpose of viewing. Please send us an email to: info@digitalartlab.org.il

If you are interested in submitting new materials to the archive please contact us at: archive@digitalartlab.org.il


The Archive is operating with the generous support of Artis, Harvard Library, Mifal Hapais and Ostrovsky Fund. 

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The Video Archive of the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon was established in 2006. The archive contains more than 4,000 titles, including works by Israeli and International artists who have exhibited at the center, and many works that were collected over the years. The archive includes video art works, sound works, films, and documentation of performances, installations, and conferences that have taken place in the framework of the center's activities. It is distinguished by its socio-political orientation, and the geographic origin of the works. In addition to Israeli artworks, it includes artworks that were also made in areas of political, ethnic or religious tension, thus it is a unique collection allowing access to video works from the middle east, balkan, east Europe and more. Between 2007-2014,  The “Mobile Archive”, a mobile version of the Video Archive, traveled internationally and was presented in an artistic context in art centers, galleries, universities etc., inviting each host to add up to twenty five new works and to expand the collection. Throughout the years, the mobile archive visited almost 20 venues.

The archive is open to the public and offers access to local and international curators, artists and students to view works for educational and research purposes only. For the past few years, a digitization process is being made in order to make it accessible online. Online access to the works is obligated to the artist’s will, therefore some of the works are only available online with special permission and some have no online access but can be viewed on site, at the Israeli center for digital art in Holon.

Titles and artists can be found with a simple search on our web. The full catalog can be found in the excel sheet, which keeps updating every couple of months, since works are still being digitized and new works are added. 

Video Archive Catalogue (Index)

Artworks Search

Access to materials must be made in an orderly request detailing the requested works and the purpose of viewing. Please send us an email to: info@digitalartlab.org.il

If you are interested in submitting new materials to the archive please contact us at: archive@digitalartlab.org.il


The Archive is operating with the generous support of Artis, Harvard Library, Mifal Hapais and Ostrovsky Fund. 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

The Video Archive of the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon was established in 2006. The archive contains more than 4,000 titles, including works by Israeli and International artists who have exhibited at the center, and many works that were collected over the years. The archive includes video art works, sound works, films, and documentation of performances, installations, and conferences that have taken place in the framework of the center's activities. It is distinguished by its socio-political orientation, and the geographic origin of the works. In addition to Israeli artworks, it includes artworks that were also made in areas of political, ethnic or religious tension, thus it is a unique collection allowing access to video works from the middle east, balkan, east Europe and more. Between 2007-2014,  The “Mobile Archive”, a mobile version of the Video Archive, traveled internationally and was presented in an artistic context in art centers, galleries, universities etc., inviting each host to add up to twenty five new works and to expand the collection. Throughout the years, the mobile archive visited almost 20 venues.

The archive is open to the public and offers access to local and international curators, artists and students to view works for educational and research purposes only. For the past few years, a digitization process is being made in order to make it accessible online. Online access to the works is obligated to the artist’s will, therefore some of the works are only available online with special permission and some have no online access but can be viewed on site, at the Israeli center for digital art in Holon.

Titles and artists can be found with a simple search on our web. The full catalog can be found in the excel sheet, which keeps updating every couple of months, since works are still being digitized and new works are added. 

Video Archive Catalogue (Index)

Artworks Search

Access to materials must be made in an orderly request detailing the requested works and the purpose of viewing. Please send us an email to: info@digitalartlab.org.il

If you are interested in submitting new materials to the archive please contact us at: archive@digitalartlab.org.il


The Archive is operating with the generous support of Artis, Harvard Library, Mifal Hapais and Ostrovsky Fund. 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

The Video Archive of the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon was established in 2006. The archive contains more than 4,000 titles, including works by Israeli and International artists who have exhibited at the center, and many works that were collected over the years. The archive includes video art works, sound works, films, and documentation of performances, installations, and conferences that have taken place in the framework of the center's activities. It is distinguished by its socio-political orientation, and the geographic origin of the works. In addition to Israeli artworks, it includes artworks that were also made in areas of political, ethnic or religious tension, thus it is a unique collection allowing access to video works from the middle east, balkan, east Europe and more. Between 2007-2014,  The “Mobile Archive”, a mobile version of the Video Archive, traveled internationally and was presented in an artistic context in art centers, galleries, universities etc., inviting each host to add up to twenty five new works and to expand the collection. Throughout the years, the mobile archive visited almost 20 venues.

The archive is open to the public and offers access to local and international curators, artists and students to view works for educational and research purposes only. For the past few years, a digitization process is being made in order to make it accessible online. Online access to the works is obligated to the artist’s will, therefore some of the works are only available online with special permission and some have no online access but can be viewed on site, at the Israeli center for digital art in Holon.

Titles and artists can be found with a simple search on our web. The full catalog can be found in the excel sheet, which keeps updating every couple of months, since works are still being digitized and new works are added. 

Video Archive Catalogue (Index)

Artworks Search

Access to materials must be made in an orderly request detailing the requested works and the purpose of viewing. Please send us an email to: info@digitalartlab.org.il

If you are interested in submitting new materials to the archive please contact us at: archive@digitalartlab.org.il


The Archive is operating with the generous support of Artis, Harvard Library, Mifal Hapais and Ostrovsky Fund. 

The Video Archive of the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon was established in 2006. The archive contains more than 4,000 titles, including works by Israeli and International artists who have exhibited at the center, and many works that were collected over the years. The archive includes video art works, sound works, films, and documentation of performances, installations, and conferences that have taken place in the framework of the center's activities. It is distinguished by its socio-political orientation, and the geographic origin of the works. In addition to Israeli artworks, it includes artworks that were also made in areas of political, ethnic or religious tension, thus it is a unique collection allowing access to video works from the middle east, balkan, east Europe and more. Between 2007-2014,  The “Mobile Archive”, a mobile version of the Video Archive, traveled internationally and was presented in an artistic context in art centers, galleries, universities etc., inviting each host to add up to twenty five new works and to expand the collection. Throughout the years, the mobile archive visited almost 20 venues.

The archive is open to the public and offers access to local and international curators, artists and students to view works for educational and research purposes only. For the past few years, a digitization process is being made in order to make it accessible online. Online access to the works is obligated to the artist’s will, therefore some of the works are only available online with special permission and some have no online access but can be viewed on site, at the Israeli center for digital art in Holon.

Titles and artists can be found with a simple search on our web. The full catalog can be found in the excel sheet, which keeps updating every couple of months, since works are still being digitized and new works are added. 

Video Archive Catalogue (Index)

Artworks Search

Access to materials must be made in an orderly request detailing the requested works and the purpose of viewing. Please send us an email to: info@digitalartlab.org.il

If you are interested in submitting new materials to the archive please contact us at: archive@digitalartlab.org.il


The Archive is operating with the generous support of Artis, Harvard Library, Mifal Hapais and Ostrovsky Fund. 

The Video Archive of the Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon was established in 2006. The archive contains more than 4,000 titles, including works by Israeli and International artists who have exhibited at the center, and many works that were collected over the years. The archive includes video art works, sound works, films, and documentation of performances, installations, and conferences that have taken place in the framework of the center's activities. It is distinguished by its socio-political orientation, and the geographic origin of the works. In addition to Israeli artworks, it includes artworks that were also made in areas of political, ethnic or religious tension, thus it is a unique collection allowing access to video works from the middle east, balkan, east Europe and more. Between 2007-2014,  The “Mobile Archive”, a mobile version of the Video Archive, traveled internationally and was presented in an artistic context in art centers, galleries, universities etc., inviting each host to add up to twenty five new works and to expand the collection. Throughout the years, the mobile archive visited almost 20 venues.

The archive is open to the public and offers access to local and international curators, artists and students to view works for educational and research purposes only. For the past few years, a digitization process is being made in order to make it accessible online. Online access to the works is obligated to the artist’s will, therefore some of the works are only available online with special permission and some have no online access but can be viewed on site, at the Israeli center for digital art in Holon.

Titles and artists can be found with a simple search on our web. The full catalog can be found in the excel sheet, which keeps updating every couple of months, since works are still being digitized and new works are added. 

Video Archive Catalogue (Index)

Artworks Search

Access to materials must be made in an orderly request detailing the requested works and the purpose of viewing. Please send us an email to: info@digitalartlab.org.il

If you are interested in submitting new materials to the archive please contact us at: archive@digitalartlab.org.il


The Archive is operating with the generous support of Artis, Harvard Library, Mifal Hapais and Ostrovsky Fund. 

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