The publication documents the multi-stage project &8216;Videonale in Lagos&8217;, presented by Videonale, Bonn, and Video Art Network, Lagos in January/February 2016. It has been initiated and supported by the non-profit foundation KfW Stiftung, Frankfurt/Germany, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Nigeria and the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Lagos. When looking at today&8217;s globalised, digital realities the language of moving images has become a universal tool to comment and reflect on the ever-shifting spaces of everyday life. With the topic &8216;Changing City &8211; Shifting Spaces&8217; Videonale in Lagos explored the dynamics of urban space in a video art workshop for emerging artists from Nigeria, led by the internationally acclaimed Anglo-Ethiopian video artist Theo Eshetu in collaboration with Jude Anogwih (VAN Lagos), and a following exhibition curated by Jude Anogwih (VAN Lagos) and Tasja Langenbach & Jennifer Gassmann (Videonale Bonn). The publication reflects the process of the workshop as well as the exhibition. Each represented artist/art work will be introduced individually. With artists: Aderemi Adegbite, Jude Anogwih, Victor Ehikhamenor, Theo Eshetu, Christoph Faulhaber, Heidrun Holzfeind, Uche-Okpa Iroha, Zhenchen Liu, Melanie Manchot, Emeka Ogboh, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, Ima-Abasi Okon, Otolith Group, Nicolas Provost, Adejoke Tugbiyele, Emeka Udemba, Zsolt Vasarhelyi, Jan Verbeek, Tobias Yves Zintel.