Arte Mov is an annual international festival of ‘moving media art’. It held its third edition - vivo arte mov - in late 2008 at sites in Belo Horizonte and in São Paulo, curated by Lucas Bambozzi, Marcus Bastos, Rodrigo Minelli and coordinated by Aluizer Malab, Lucas Bambozzi, Marcos Boffa and Rodrigo Minelli. Its venue in Belo Horizonte was the Palácio das Artes. In São Paulo it worked with MIS and MUBE. The festival brings together national and international artists; this year’s event included a selection from Japan, France and Mexico as well as UK and Brazil. The event at MUBE in association with the Sergio Motta Institute addressed themes including network diffusion strategies, social technologies and urban mobility. Guest speakers included Nick Tandavanitj of the British group Blast Theory, Finnish artist Laura Beloff, German urbanist Mirjam Struppek and Brazilian curator Giselle Beiguelman as well as Lucas Bambozzi. The event was jointly organized by the Sergio Motta Institute with the Government of the State of São Paulo and its Culture Department. The festival in Belo Horizonte held a symposium on Public and Private Space with presentations and discussions on techno determinism, social technologies and networks. The exhibition there featured Descontinua Paisagem (Fernando Velázquez and Julià Carboneras), Memo_ando (Raquel Kogan and Lea Van Steen), Ascese (Rodrigo Castro de Jesus), Série se… (Joacélio Batista), !Alerting infrastructure!, Inquisitive devices, Forward compatible (Jonah Brucker-Cohen), The head (Laura Beloff), Locative Painting (Martha Gabriel), Can you see me now? - live game! and documentation (Blast Theory), Videoman 5.5 (Fernando Llanos).Tags: art, blast theory, espaço público, fernando llanos, festival, Gabe Sawhney, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Laura Beloff, Lea Van Steen, locative, Mirjam Struppek, mobile media, public space, Raquel Kogan, Regine Debatty, rua, urban screens, videoarte, We-make-money-not-art.