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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Festival Visualia: 3D Mapping Night u Puli 17.08. http://www.gradpula.com/vijesti/festival-visualia-3d-mapping-night-u-puli-17-08/ #FestivalVisualia #Pula #Istra
As someone who makes and breaks digital artefacts and has a vested interest in the future of projection mapping, this is out of this world!! Makes me so excited to learn about projection mapping, I think there are some seriously powerful applications RE: design futures and history of place.
Grayson Gilmour - Silence & Youth (Music Video)
“Project Omote is a collaboration between Japanese projection mapping specialist Nobumichi Asai, makeup artist Hiroto Kuwahara and French digital image engineer Paul Lacroix.”
ANDY HECK BOYD’S SOLO SHOW “DIGITAL PRINCE” @ BUOY GALLERY, KITTERY, MAINE
Andy Heck Boyd had the premiere of his solo show called DIGITAL PRINCE last week at Kittery, Maine’s premier avant garde art space, BUOY GALLERY. The show runs through September 15th. Several of Andy’s prints, many of which have already sold, as well as video projections of his Absurdist Video Art are on display.
Dallas VideoFest Reboots For Its 27th Year This October
Celebrating its 27th year, the Dallas VideoFest (DVF) and the Video Association of Dallas (VAD)—an organization committed to the exhibition of independent, alternative, and non-commercial media—are ready to try something new.
Oscar-Winner Steve McQueen On ‘Truth’ In Art
More than the sum of his film work – most notably the critically acclaimed Hunger, Shame, and 12 Years A Slave – the British-born Steve McQueen is also a distinguished visual artist. His works include sculpture, photography and video art.
Compete to Have Your Video Art Put on Display Next to Fenway Park
Mayor Walsh announces Fenway’s 30-Second Cinema art competition.
I’m beginning to think that Mayor Marty Walsh is either an aspiring artist or a closet one. Either way, it’s quickly become his hallmark to beautify Boston with dozens of pieces of public art and various temporary art installments citywide. His latest initiative is of the digital variety dubbed Fenway’s 30-Second Cinema.
Video artists reflect on the horizon
In an Australian premiere, LANDSEASKY puts an alternative focus on mass screen culture via the simplicity and unity of the horizon.
LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video art, opened last night (21 August) at Sydney’s National Art School Gallery (NAS) and, as its subtitles prompt, it explores the strong physical three-dimensional impact of video space using the horizon as a meter for consideration.
Curator Kim Machan, Director of Multimedia Art Asia Pacific (MAAP), has amassed the work of 12 contemporary video artists working across locations as diverse as India, China, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and South Korea alongside Australian artists ‘traversing different contexts with a theme common to all – land sea and sky.’