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"We live in Public" wins Sundance Festival

"We live in Public" wins Sundance Festival

Posted January 25th, 2009

Awards, Documentaries, Film, Media, Media Art, Politics

We Live In Public TRAILER from We Live in Public on Vimeo. Wired 8.11: Steaming Video:” Like Marshall McLuhan, Josh Harris sees the medium, rather than its content, as the message. “When TV first came out, it had an impact like a social atomic bomb,”… Read More

Video Art

Viola’s Video Altarpieces to Grace St. Paul’s: Martin Gayford

Viola’s Video Altarpieces to Grace St. Paul’s: Martin Gayford

Posted January 20th, 2009

England, Media Art, Video Art

Bloomberg.com:: “The U.S. video artist Bill Viola uses the most novel of media, including plasma screens and digital projections, to tackle the most perennial of themes. Although his work employs advanced technology, it can fit into venerable sacred buildings, and — the most difficult thing… Read More

Videos

"City of God's Son" Trailer

"City of God's Son" Trailer

Posted January 14th, 2009

Media Art, Music, Popculture, Videos

Interesting project from an apprentice of Nam Jun Pak. YouTube : “City of Gods Son is an experimental hip-hop opera starring Nas, Jay Z, Ghostface, Biggie Smalls, Raekwon, Samuel Jackson, Delroy Lindo, and Laurence Fishburne. It is a crime drama/coming of age tale of three… Read More

Video Art

GreenPIX: Exhibition

GreenPIX: Exhibition

Posted December 19th, 2008

Architecture, Computer Art, Design, Media Art, Shows, Video Art

“GreenPIX is the result of an interdisciplinary effort including architects, engineers, programmers, artists and curators, promoted and developed by Simone Giostra & Partners with Arup. The project presents a unique opportunity for the growing digital art community of Beijing, providing a young generation of local… Read More

Virtual Art

DATABASE OF VIRTUAL ART

DATABASE OF VIRTUAL ART

Posted November 27th, 2008

Media Art, Virtual Art

“The DATABASE OF VIRTUAL ART documents the rapidly evolving field of digital installation art. This complex, research-oriented overview of immersive, interactive, telematic and genetic art has been developed in cooperation with established media artists, researchers and institutions.”

Shows

Nam June Paik: Driving Media at WRO Art Center in Poland

Nam June Paik: Driving Media at WRO Art Center in Poland

Posted November 25th, 2008

Media Art, Poland, Shows

Artdaily.org: “The present exhibition, developed by Paik’s student, artist and long time assistant Jochen Saueracker, is the first thorough presentation of the artist, including his installations, video works, graphics and drawings. The Paik retrospective is the summit of the first year of activity of WRO… Read More

Virtual Art

'Into the Pixel' 2008 Art Exhibition Debuts at AnimFX New Zealand

'Into the Pixel' 2008 Art Exhibition Debuts at AnimFX New Zealand

Posted November 13th, 2008

Animation, Computer Art, Media Art, Shows, Virtual Art

MarketWatch: “For the first time ever, the Into the Pixel exhibit will be shown during the AnimeFX New Zealand Convergence Conference in Wellington, New Zealand. On Sunday, November 16, 2008 there will be an Into the Pixel Charity Auction and four lucky bidders will get… Read More

USA

Artists' NY Times Spoof Proclaims End to Iraq War

Artists' NY Times Spoof Proclaims End to Iraq War

Posted November 13th, 2008

Media, Media Art, Politics, USA

Rhizome: “A group of artists had created a spoof version of today’s times announcing an end to the Iraq War, and distributed it around New York City. Brilliant. And so perfectly serendipitous. You can view a website for the project here. A number of artists… Read More

USA

Artists' Television Access

Artists' Television Access

Posted November 11th, 2008

Galleries, Media Art, USA

Atasite.org: “Artists’ Television Access is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, all-volunteer, artist-run, experimental media arts gallery that has been in operation since 1984. ATA hosts a series of film and video screenings, exhibitions and performances by emerging and established artists and a weekly cable access television program.”… Read More