The Competitive show featured 41 artworks by 57 Brazilian artists. Their works have been arranged into the video art, musical, documentary and fiction categories, and into VHS and U-Matic formats. Sandra Kogut was also awarded a special prize for her career. Kogut undertook a residency at the Centre Internationale de Vidéo Création, in Montbéliard, France, 1990. The winner of the JVC Prize, Tatiana Calvo Barbosa, was awarded three days to capture footage and twenty hours of postproduction using S-VHS equipment at production company Tecnovídeo.  Helvécio Ratton won the Polivídeo Prize, which entitled him to fifteen hours of one-inch editing using Bosh equipment.

Selected artists

Selected works


Jury members

Trophy design