Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro discusses the impact of rejecting overwrought political themes in a show that welcomes everyone to slow down and focus on their own experience of the art.
An exhibition of video work forces different styles of grieving into one small space.
The process of interpretation, and its underlying emotions, are at the core of Alejandro Cesarco’s exhibition.
Video art is still in the process of establishing itself. Despite the fact that art has been created through the medium over the course of the past century, it’s still hard to pin down what forms video art can take, and what vocabulary we use to talk about it. At New York University’s 80WSE gallery, a current exhibition entitled By Chance, a Video Show, marshals together video art in its multivalent states, from video-as-installation to video-as-flat surface to video-as-collage. Artists including Alejandro Cesarco, Jason Varone and Nayda Collazo-Llorens explore the different possibilities of video art.