ILCVAF 2020 – Winners Announced!

The Riddoch is pleased to announce the winners of the International Limestone Coast Video Art Festival 2020, awarded last night at the opening event.

Grand Prize $3,000
Cynthia Schwertsik ‘Double Check #31’

Best Limestone Coast Based Video Art $1,500
John Baseley ‘Virus – Obey the New Normal’

Best Limestone Coast Based Video Art for young up-and-coming artists (under 26 years) $1,500
Mostyn Jacob ‘Floating Through the Metaverse’

There were also 3 Highly Commended works:
Saroosh Ali ‘Endless’
Arnaud Laffond ‘Stay Home’
Daphna Mero ‘Can you count to 100?’

Chosen from over 1800 entries, this is an excellent achievement. Congratulations!

Image above: Under 26 Limestone Coast based winner Mostyn Jacob, Grand prize winner Cynthia Schwertsik and ILCVAF Curator and The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre Director Melentie Pandilovski

Feature image: Member of the judging panel and Country Arts SA Arts & Culture Leader Merilyn de Nys, Grand prize winner Cynthia Schwertsik and Country Arts SA Anthony Peluso.

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