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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Saturday 20th September British Artists Tracey Emin and Mat Collishaw Take Over Lanvin, London for Nuit Blanche Video. For one night only, a dusk-til-dawn international festival where contemporary video art takes over London’s West End.
In celebration of the best of British art, a video of one of Tracey Emin’s iconic neon pieces will take over the windows of Lanvin’s women’s boutique on 128 Mount Street.
At the men’s boutique at 32 Saville Row, Mat Collishaw presents his haunting video work of a burning flower, a repeated motif in his work.
NanoArt’s Tiny Masterpieces
Is it art or is it science? NanoArt is both: Colorful images captured under an electron microscope by scientists
September Science Events: Beautiful Pathogens and Extreme Close-ups
 green tunnel
Nina Beier, Marie Lund
Daniel McKewen, Running Men, 2008. Five-channel HD video installation, infinite loop. Installation documentation from “You Imagine What You Desire,” 19th Biennale of Sydney, 2014.
Described as a key figure of the Pictures Generation, filmmaker Ericka Beckman often uses games as structuring devices in films and videos that combine minimalist and punk aesthetics. Alongside her own body of work, Beckman has collaborated with many important artists and filmmakers, including Mike Kelley.
The first of two collaborations with Kelley, The Broken Rule (1979) is a “poetic transcription” of Jean Piaget’s theory of learning. In the film, Kelley performs the tension of assimilation, failing his team at various track and field contests that are metaphors for socialization. Beckman conceptualized the film’s ending specifically for Kelley’s character, a chanted question asking “if everybody does it, will it become a real rule or not.”
"It was a beautiful coming together of two people who had the same sensibility, communicating and achieving everything that was needed," says Beckman. "Mike Kelley’s performance ascribed to me a kind of style of shooting."
bpmc is glitch video synthesis. http://glitchart.com
for Berlin’s hardcore artists, curators, and filmmakers, there’s Videoart at Midnight ☛ http://bit.ly/1mcPi6F
(art: Julieta Aranda, Notes for a time/ bank, 2012; Courtesy Babylon Mitte, Videoart at Midnight 2014; Photo: Guy Parker)