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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Greek Artist in Nam June Paik Exhibition
Nam June Paik was a Korean-American artist who introduced advanced technology as an art form. He was considered the father of video art which he presented to the world for the first time in 1963 during his solo exhibition, entitled “Exposition of Music-Electronic Television,” in Germany.
Nam June Paik always tested the limits of technology in its application as an art form. He used to reconfigure mechanical devises, transforming them into works of art, such as his iconic robots. Now, eleven year after his death, one of his life-size sculptures is on view in New York City at Shin Gallery, in an exhibition entitled “The Legacy of Nam June Paik in the Post-Digital Era.”
Reblog via artlog: "teamLab in NYC"
If you are interested in the intersection of art and technology, then make Pace Gallery in Chelsea your first stop for the first ever US exhibition of the Japanese collective teamLab. Do not let collective deceive you. This group led by Toshiyuki Inoko is made up of over 300 “ultra-technologists;” a company, agency, and innovation lab all in one, teamLab works on dozens of projects at a time that include animation, sound, internet, interactive and immersive installations. At the exhibition’s opening, Inoko declared, “I just like the digital better than the phsyical.”
The works in the installation are undeniably Japanese, with influences from classical Japanese art, Japanese gardens, the Edo period, and Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, all the way to modern day anime. At the same time, as you lose yourself spinning through their 3D worlds or flying through the universe with the crows, you can’t help but feel like you are looking at the future of art.
Get a further glimpse of teamLab’s work on their Youtube page.
teamLab’s exhibition Ultra Subjective Space is open until August 15, 2004 at Pace Gallery’s 508 & 510 West 25th Street locations.
Lawrence Rinder's “welcome to Berkeley” present when he took over the directorship of Cal's Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in July 2008, as he wryly puts it, was the economic crash that arrived two months later.
That set the stage for the museum’s decision the following year to scrap its plan to build a new, nearly $200 million museum designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito in downtown Berkeley to replace its seismically unfit Art Brut sculpture of a building up on Bancroft Way. Instead, it hired the New York firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro to adapt and expand an existing structure at Center and Oxford streets for museum use: an abandoned 1939 Moderne-style UC printing plant with a skylighted sawtooth roof capping a 20,000-square-foot space.
VIDEO ART RESIDENCY: Week 1-Suné Woods @PapillionArt
We kick off our summer series with the Video Art Residency! Each Saturday from July 19 until August 16 we have invited a new artist/art collective to debut a new work in the space. The first artist to open is Suné Woods who will be doing a multi-projection piece titled “Conversation” in room 1 and in room 2 a sound installation titled “G-bombs and Thangs” Opening night is July 19, 2014 from 6pm-9pm and will run for the rest of the week until Friday July 25th. POPwater will be providing refreshments for the opening…you don’t want to miss out. Every artist in the residency is superb.
Week 2 will be followed up with a single channel installation of Question Bridge: Black Males that opens July 26th…more to come soon.
Papillion Art, 4336 Degnan Blvd, Los Angeles, United States
Freewaves - Across Currents
Deadline: Aug 4, 2014
Freewaves is looking for experimental media art, video, and animations. Selected works will be displayed as outdoor projections at upcoming events at Side Street Projects, Grand Park, LACE, Pasadena public art, other venues and/or shown to 1 million riders per day on 2,000 Metro buses in Los Angeles.
Freewaves is dedicated to the creative exhibition of innovative and culturally relevant independent new media from around the world. Freewaves facilitates cross-cultural dialogues by inventing dynamic new media exhibition forms at experimental and established venues.
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The Wandering exhibition stops at Wollongong Art Gallery
Some of Australia’s most innovative video artists are on show at Wollongong Art Gallery.
The Wandering is a travelling exhibition from the Museum of Contemporary Art. The exhibition, which presents work from 15 video artists, was opened last Friday by MCA senior curator Natasha Bullock.`