Joachim Smetschka (AT)

onScreen sees itself as a presentation series for young artists and designers—and their well-established colleagues—who are working with video in digital form, and also as a knowledgebase and platform for the exchange of ideas. In the wake of rapid developments in video hardware and software over recent years, gaining access to the world of high-quality digital video production and processing has become considerably easier. The results of this new type of production environment are experimental video clips, music videos, works of graphic and 3-D animation, jingles and commercials—that is, the entire spectrum of video and motion picture segments in the so-called new media.