Interactive media art installation brings Hawaii to the South

Interactive media art installation brings Hawaii to the South:

The new media art space in Oxford, misbits, exists to “bring an emphasis to new media/digital art in Oxford through visiting artists, workshops and collaboration,” according to director Valerie Polgar, and the gallery is featuring solo artist Jennifer Goya beginning this week.

Peter Campus, withdrawal and extension

Peter Campus, withdrawal and extension:

The Musée du Jeu de Paume is devoting a rare and beautiful retrospective to the work of Peter Campus, a video-art pioneer who remains too little known in France. From collective introspection to the serenity of his recent years, we take a glimpse at his trajectory.

“Garden of the Goddesses” (2014), digital collage by Shana…



“Garden of the Goddesses” (2014), digital collage by Shana Moulton, for the Range Visiting Artists Lecture Series

The Making Of 150 Media Stream, An Experiential Installation At…



The Making Of 150 Media Stream, An Experiential Installation At 150 North Riverside In Chicago.

Representing a giant leap forward for public art initiatives, this installation constitutes Chicago’s largest video wall, while also providing exciting new exhibition opportunities for artists.

Soirée brings the weird back to Penticton Art Gallery. “Most of…



Soirée brings the weird back to Penticton Art Gallery. “Most of the time it’s more of a video study. I get into a certain aspect of video manipulation and just kind of get into that thing that I’m doing and it’s just a progression on that,” Reimer said.

With Filipinos spending more time in Netflix or Youtube, Cocoy…



With Filipinos spending more time in Netflix or Youtube, Cocoy Lumbao — a writer and video artist — makes the case for video art as a democratic tool that can empower citizens

Black Visibility is Just the Beginning in Exhibition of Early…



Black Visibility is Just the Beginning in Exhibition of Early ’90s Video Art.


“Visiting sisters and brothers, the current show of videos by Cauleen Smith, Jaguar Mary/Jocelyn Taylor and Ayanna U’Dongo, adds to the clubhouse feel a sensation of traveling back in time, specifically to the early ’90s.”

Walker Art Center’s Mediatheque room turns viewers into…



Walker Art Center’s Mediatheque room turns viewers into curators.

From projection to video to digital, explore Australia’s…



From projection to video to digital, explore Australia’s on-screen creativity.

Video might’ve killed the radio star, as the song goes, but it helped unleash a brand new wave of Australian art. We all know that there’s more to moving images than films and TV show; however, we’re just not exposed to video art quite as often.

Australian video art festival seeks regional entries



Australian video art festival seeks regional entries

Performers John Hay and Sarah Steben take part in Bill…



Performers John Hay and Sarah Steben take part in Bill Viola’s video art piece “The Fall into Paradise,” part of his exhibit “The Moving Portrait” now featured at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Viewers of “Medusa Smack” watch images of jellyfish…



Viewers of “Medusa Smack” watch images of jellyfish on an overhead canopy #artsmatter

Bitsicas brings video installation to Columbia College

Bitsicas brings video installation to Columbia College:

Bitsicas brings video installation to Columbia College

Björk’s stunning new VR video isn’t quite VR, and…



Björk’s stunning new VR video isn’t quite VR, and has a slightly sloppy end.

Digital media and technology converge on art

Digital media and technology converge on art:

Digital media and technology converge on art

Bill Viola, The Greeting, 1995, 10’22” – “I think in images” – a…



Bill Viola, The Greeting, 1995, 10’22” - “I think in images” - a review of Bill Viola: Electronic Renaissance by Martin Holman

Bill Viola’s “Video Renaissance” show debuts in…



Bill Viola’s “Video Renaissance” show debuts in Florence.

The focus in Viola’s videos is on human beings’ physicality, nudity, and everyday routines. Beings that are destroyed by fire, submerged in water, purified by the dark fluids that flow from their own negativity, and immortalized by the passage from old age to death.

BRIC Announces Free Public Arts Fest in Brooklyn with David Byrne, Historic Video Art, and More | ARTnews

BRIC Announces Free Public Arts Fest in Brooklyn with David Byrne, Historic Video Art, and More | ARTnews:

BRIC Announces Free Public Arts Fest in Brooklyn with David Byrne, Historic Video Art, and More

Still from Tomonari Nishikawa, “45 7 Broadway” (2013), 5 min….



Still from Tomonari Nishikawa, “45 7 Broadway” (2013), 5 min. See Film and Video Art on the Big Screen at BAM.

The eighth edition of Migrating Forms, running March 24–30, includes works by General Idea, Cauleen Smith, Jonathas de Andrade, Sondra Perry, and others.

Times Square Arts Presents Sound of Ikebana (Spring).Propelled…



Times Square Arts Presents Sound of Ikebana (Spring).

Propelled by sound, elegant splashes of color fly in slow motion across a dark screen. Part of a four-video art series designed to express Japan’s four seasons, Sound of Ikebana (Spring) uses the unpredictable natural phenomena of sound vibrations and colorful paint of different consistencies to create intriguing and mesmeric shapes that evoke the art of ikebana -Japanese flower arrangement based around asymmetrical triangular forms.