VIDEOKILLS is an artist platform for video art, sound, multimedia, installation and performance based artists. We are a contemporary international video art community, exhibiting new works everywhere and anywhere we possibly can – film and music festivals, backyards, empty swimming pools, warehouses, galleries, basements, and your bathroom. Created in 2009 to cultivate a community within the video art and music scene in Berlin, we hope to serve as a free, safe and constructive platform to present new work and experiment in the realm of moving image and sound.

Our most recent Videokills Explorer Series: Invisible City Symphonies Exhibition took place as part of the Sled Island Music & Arts Festival at The Hifi Club on June 19th 2018


We are thrilled to announce the Line-Up of Filmmakers and Musicians

London Symphony by Alex Barret  – Score by Sun Glaciers

Mon Film de Videos by Vadim Pigounides – Score by World Brain

Asparagus by Suzan Pitt – Score by Hermitess

O, Virginia by Samu Kuukka – Score by Slut Prophet

Sweep by Sama Alshaiba – Score by Samantha Savage Smith & Chris Dadge

Videokills presents:
The Explorer Series: Invisible City Symphonies

Contemporary Short Silent Films with Live Original Music Scores

June 19th 2018 in Calgary, Canada
Sled Island Music & Arts Festival


  • “Our existence is tied up with plants, animals, tools, ticking clocks.”
    ― Timothy Morton, Philosophy and Ecology after the end of the world.
  • “We are estranged from that which we are most familiar”.
    ― . Greek philosopher Heracleitus (c. 540- c. 480 B.C.E).
  • “…the people who move through the streets are all strangers. At each encounter, they imagine a thousand things about one another; meetings which could take place between them, conversations, surprises, caresses, bites. But no one greets anyone; eyes lock for a second, then dart away, seeking other eyes, never stopping…something runs among them, an exchange of glances like lines that connect one figure with another and draw arrows, stars, triangles, until all combinations are used up in a moment, and other characters come on to the scene… ”
    ― Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities