Diego Ospina Melo, born 11 March, 1984 in Bucaramanga - Colombia
He is freelancer, he works as a creative, director, film/video maker and editor in commercial and non commercial projects. His audiovisual artistic works is a further collaboration between video installation, video art, performance and cinematography.
DOGtime, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Unstable Media, NL.
Orientation year, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, NL.
Audiovisual technics, CO.
Workshop in Cinematography by Pro-Imagenes CO.
(Group) Si.si.spex #8, DOGtime, Gerrit Rietveld Academie.
(Group) Si.si.spex #7, DOGtime, Gerrit Rietveld Academie.
(Group) Opening exhibition "summer" at Vrijpaleis, Amsterdam.
(Group) Near field communication digital art biennale (nfcdab) took place in Warsaw, Wroclaw(PL), Amsterdam(NL), Trondheim(NO), Valencia(ES), and possibly Prague(CZ), Berlin (DE), throughout 2018
Screenings of the fiction short film “PENANCE” with several nominations and awards. The film participated for 2 years in 20 different film festivals in Latin America. Written, directed, produced, and edited by Diego.
Screenings of the documentary short film “THE ARTIST, REALITY OR FICTION”
The film participated for 2 years in 10 different film festivals and film events in Colombia. Written, directed, produced, and edited by Diego.
Production of the music event “Fractial Frequences - Amsterdam” underground experimental electronic music night, “live music” with several artists from Belgium, Germany, USA and the Netherlands.
Collaboration in the creation of several videoclips and their events for the screening. A project with profesional and amateurs musicians refugees, with the support of the organizations “The Vrolijkheid” and “Vrijplaats”.
Organization of the cultural art event “Vrijplaats in de Bijlmer Bajes” with refugees, volunteers, amateur and professional artists from several disciplines like “painting, installations, performance, comedians, life music. The event was a collaboration between Stichting Vrijplaats, the LOLA LIK, AZC Amsterdam and was funded by the AFK and Prins Bernard Cultuur Fonds.