The exhibition presents international examples of media art. Since the 1960s, the new technique of video proved to be a revolution in what constituted the world of images, and the moving image became established in the art context. Subsequently, new, media based, artistic forms of expression developed. In their complexity and variety, they provide many new possibilities to visualize significant phenomena of our time.

POLYLUX presents works, ranging from projections, and interaction, to animation and virtual reality, thus making a distinct contribution to the current discourse of images and their making. The question of changes in media art and its relevance nowadays is essential to the exhibition.

Moreover, the baroque architecture of Schloss Plueschow offers unique spatial situations which form an exciting counterpart particularly to the dynamics and the brilliancy of media art.

Six art positions from six countries demonstrate the internationality of artistic communication.