Camp Lo “Luchini” Directed by Eric Heights Niche.LA Video Art announces Camp Lo “Luchini” Live Performance Video Directed by Eric Heights LOS ANGELES, CA – On December 13, 2011, Niche.LA Video Art announces the premiere of new live performance video “Luchini” by Camp Lo and directed by Eric Heights.Read More
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Art & Algorithms—October 3-12, 2014, features international films, spectacular 3-D animation projection, and a featured digital artist from the U.K. The festival will bring together contemporaries in international digital arts from U.S. and Europe within an interactive street party atmosphere. Artists Nathan Selikoff, David Montgomery, Mark Franz and the creative Ninjineer Studios will return from the inaugural Art & Algorithms with new and exciting digital work. Highlights of the festival include:
- Our featured artist from the UK, Andrew Brooks is known for monumental fantasy landscapes created from many mega-resolution digital images that have been described as having “a touch of the cosmic in lots of the fantastical panoramas.”
A Video Art Exhibition in Germany by Ethiopian Curator Meskerem Assegued
Surreal Video Art By Pierre Huyghe
On entering the darkened gallery we’re greeted by a video showing the ruins of the town of Fukushima before focussing on what appears to be a young girl in an abandoned house. Yet the girl turns out to be a monkey wearing a mask, and the image of simian hands stroking its own faux human hair whilst wearing an impassive mask is extremely unsettling.
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Meet The Artist Who Predicted The Ubiquity Of The Internet In The 1970s
“I think the Internet is very exciting, because you can collaborate with other people all over the world,” Nam June Paik said in an interview in the year 2000. “It is almost like a string quartet — four people playing together. We can do this kind of thing on the Internet. And from contact new things can emerge.”
Remember Nam June Paik, The ‘Father Of Video Art,’ At New Exhibition - Nam June Paik, aka the “father of video art,” is gone, but his influence is far from forgotten. Open through January 4th, a new exhibition at Asia Society titled Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot features a globally-curated catalogue of work from the artist that focuses on the relationship between technology and the body, and the intersection of technology and culture. Curated by Michelle Yun, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Asia Society, this is New York’s first exhibition exclusively focused on the artist in over a decade.
Zawya cinema: Six months of essential art house… Ahram Online looks at the ups and downs of the downtown Cairo cinema over the last half year
Feral Five - 3D
On-demand video art at the Phoenicia