Tag: video art

Award-Winning Video Art

Award-Winning Video Art Samuel Lecocq won the 2017 Credit Suisse Förderpreis Videokunst competition in February, allowing him to present his work “A FUTURISTIC (MOVIE) SET-UP” in a solo exhibition at Kunstmuseum@PROGR through March 23. Credit Suisse also presented the nine best works from the competition at Museumsnacht Bern.

Cate Blanchett’s Weirdest Movie Is 13 Characters on 12 Movie Screens in One Room

Bridging Finland, Korea through media art By Kwon Mee-yoo Tytti Rantanen, program coordinator of AV-ARKKI, visited Korea to attend the Seoul International New Media Festival (NeMaf) 2016 to introduce Finnish media art to Korea and promote exchanges between artists of the two countries. Media art is a genre of art which includes anything with moving […]

Review: Artistic Odysseys Through Stanley Kubrick’s World in London BY SAMUEL SPENCER

I present you nerds the Tony, SAG, Robby and Nickolodeon’s choice award winner Inside the box. Some of the stuff was written and weirdly edited by some outside niggas but overall it doesn’t eat complete ass. Please don’t internet hate me but internet love me brohams. Also dat totally hot moment where people you don’t […]

Hypnagogic Spirographia This is a short video (3:17) about the boundary between wakefulness and sleep. Sometimes, I think that is where I live most of my life, straddling that boundary, never awake, yet still not asleep. (Source: https://player.vimeo.com/)

Psycho 60/98

Psycho 60/98 WARNING: This film contains flashing images. “Psycho” (1960) by Alfred Hitchcock and “Psycho” (1998) by Gus Van Sant collide in a frame-by-frame editing that assaults the eyeballs and assassinates the normative consciousness of the viewer. The footage seem to penetrate us, as though it was a knife or a threatening phantasmagorical entity. The […]

“Three Angles of Coordination for Monitoring the Labyrinthian Space” (1986, The Mattress Factory)

“Painted Projection” (1977, Smithsonian American Art Museum Museum).

Ragnar Kjartansson’s nine-channel video installation “The Visitors” plays in the University at Buffalo Art Gallery through May 14. At UB, ‘The Visitors’ is a warm invitation into art world by Colin Dabkowski. For some, the prospect of devoting 64 minutes to a piece of video art holds about the same appeal as getting a cavity […]

Ana Mendieta Goes Back to Nature by John Thomason If nature was Ana Mendieta’s canvas, her body was inevitably her subject. A former painter who abandoned brushes because the medium wasn’t “real enough,” Mendieta thought art should project the power and magic of ancient, primitive art. She managed to achieve this through what was then […]

Video Art (Basic Art) by Sylvia Martin  (Editor), Uta Grosenick (Editor) The immediacy and accessibility of video makes it an ideal medium for artists who want to work with sound and moving image; no sooner than video cameras were available to the public in the 1970s were artists already beginning to experiment with the possibilities […]

Art and Electronic Media by Edward A. Shanken  (Editor) A timely survey that addresses the relationship between art and electronic technology, including mechanics, light, graphics, robots, virtual reality and the web. http://ow.ly/Zoope #videoart #videogram #instavideo #videooftheday #cinemagraph #video #art #artnews #artblog #artinfo #artshow #ArtsEd #artwork #abstract #photodaily #photoday #photoftheday #photogram #creative #digital #digitalart #artist #instaart

Exhibition to showcase new media art in Goldsen archiveBy Melanie Lefkowitz http://ow.ly/ZsySS An interactive Cornell University Library exhibition will showcase 50 years of new media art in Cornell’s collections, from the emergence of 1960s single-track video art to the Internet art of the 21st century. The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections’ exhibit, “Signal to […]

Ragnar Kjartansson’s nine-channel video installation “The Visitors” plays in the University at Buffalo Art Gallery through May 14. At UB, ‘The Visitors’ is a warm invitation into art world by Colin Dabkowski. For some, the prospect of devoting 64 minutes to a piece of video art holds about the same appeal as getting a cavity […]

The Art of Video Games: From Pac-Man to Mass Effect by Chris Melissinos  (Author), Patrick O’Rourke (Author), Mike Mika (Introduction), Elizabeth Broun (Foreword) In the forty years since the first Magnavox Odyssey pixel winked on in 1972, the home video game industry has undergone a mind-blowing evolution. Fueled by unprecedented advances in technology, boundless imaginations, […]

Art Theater cooperates with KAM for latest exhibitionBy Sarah Keim http://ow.ly/Zsz3x As part of the art exhibition Time / Image, the Krannert Art Museum and Art Theater Co-Op are joining forces to bring two films and a night of video art to C-U. Time / Image, on view until Apr. 23rd, focuses on French philosopher […]

A History of Video Art: The Development of Form and Function by Chris Meigh-Andrews  (Author) Video Art is a critical introduction and guide to artists’ video in both Europe and North America. It covers the period from the early 1960s – when video art first appeared as a distinctive medium – into the 1990s, when […]