- Networking and Scouting Residency for Curators
- "The Dead Web – La fin" at the Mapping Festival
- "The Dead Web – La fin" at Mirage Festival
- "Éveil/Alive" for circulation
- "The Dead Web – La Fin" available for circulation
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- Molior 15 years | Online Publication on Daniel Langlois Foundation's website
- MIRAGE FESTIVAL
- SIGNAL FESTIVAL 5th edition in Prague (Czech republic)
- Biela Noc 3rd edition in Bratislava (Slovakia)
- Biela Noc 8th edition in Košice (Slovakia)
- Colloquium : Contemporary Digital Art: Conservation, Dissemination and Market Access
- Molior 15 years | Fund raising
- Rhythms of the Imagination, Technological Tools and Works
- TransLife International Triennial of New Media Art 2011
- Fanfare (Ottawa)
- Captatio oculi
- Silly Circuits
- Contrainte/Restraint : New Media Art Practices from Brazil and Peru (Montréal)
- eARTS BEYOND : Shanghai International Gallery Exhibition of Media Art
- Fanfare (Montreal)
- FILE 2005
- VAE 9 – Festival Internacional de Video/Arte/Electrónico
- Rotoscopic Machines
- Totem sonique (Montreal)
- Silverfish Stream
Peter Forgács (b. 1950) is an internationally acclaimed film and media artist. His debut was marked by The Bartos Family (1988), the first of the "Private Hungary" series of award-winning collage-films based on Hungarian and European home movies, like El perro negro, and The Danube Exodus; films that document ordinary lives that were suddenly shattered by an extraordinary historical trauma occurring off screen. Since 1990, Forgács received several major international festival awards: Tribeca Film Festival, 2005; the Golden Gate Award, San Francisco International Film Festival, 1999; Prix Europa, Berlin 1997.
Between 2000-2002 Forgács, created The Danube Exodus cinematic installation at The Getty Museum, (Los Angeles) in collaboration with The Labyrinth Project (USC). His works are part of museum and public collections: MOMA, Getty Museum, Centre Georges Pompidou, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, ZKM, KIASMA, EYE, Sammlung Ingrid Oppenheim.
Forgács represented Hungary at the Venice Biennale, 2009. In 2013, he created “Letters to Afar”, a cinematic installation, exhibited at Polin Museum, Warsaw, and at the Museum of the City New York and SJCJM. Also in 2013, he made the “Looming Fire”, a cinematic installation for EYE, Netherlands Film Museum.
In 2007, Forgács was awarded with the highly prestigious Erasmus Prize for his exceptional contribution to European culture.