The Kyiv festival of light and media arts is launching an open call for its video mapping contest. Selected works will be projected onto the Kyiv City State Administration building on Khreshchatyk street during the festival, on September 28-29, 2019. An international jury will determine the winners.

The total prize pool is 270.000 UAH (10.000 USD). In addition to the money prize, the 1st place winner will be automatically admitted to the Winners League of the international competition iMapp Bucharest 2020. This event in Romania will bring together the best media artists from six international partner festivals.

To participate, please complete the form. The submission deadline is August 5, 2019. If you need any additional information regarding participation in the video mapping contest, feel free to send us your questions at

Thanks to KLF, Kyiv residents and guests get to see Ukraine’s capital in a new light for the third consecutive year. The previous international festival of light and media arts  took place on May 18-20 in Kyiv with the support of Kyivstar, Ukraine’s largest mobile network operator. The festival acquainted the Ukrainian public with dozens of artworks created by great video graphics designers, lighting artists, VJs and modern artists.

30 entries participated in the international video mapping contest. They were created by artists from 19 countries: Brazil, Chile, China, Columbia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, and Ukraine. Portugal MOJO Studio won the contest with their work ‘Ambivalent’. Portugal MOJO Studio won the contest with their work ‘Ambivalent’.