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The Rich History of Video Art from 1973 to Today
This vast collection of video art reveals how artists have been speaking back to mass modes of communication for decades.
A Decade of Video Art Responding to the 2008 Financial Crisis
Each video reveals another part of the world struggling for air in the tense atmosphere of late capitalism.
Quiet Company and a Crackling Fire in an Artist-Made Yule Log Video
Artist Lauren LoGuidice shares why she felt inspired to create her 2.5-hour long video “Yule Log With Friends.”
Playing Out Art Fantasies on the Phone with Customer Service
Artist Frank Heath collaborates with performers to speak with call center representatives, under the guise of service requests that quickly devolve into open-ended registers of existential distress.
The Subversive Works of China’s First Video Artist
Zhang Peili, who’s having his first American retrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago, rejects the government’s use of media for entertainment and propaganda.
An Artistic Storm Fills a Formerly Abandoned Water Reservoir
Magdalena Fernández’s art installation is the first to fill the Buffalo Bayou Cistern, a formerly abandoned 1920s water reservoir in Houston, Texas.
A Blimp Floats in a Gallery, Imagining the View from Space
CHICAGO — The Sidney R. Yates gallery in the Chicago Cultural Center is a large space on the top floor of a neoclassical-style building on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue.
A Video Artist’s Enigmatic Portraits from 1980s New York and Mexico City
MEXICO CITY — Ricardo Nicolayevsky, one of the most prolific Mexican video artists and experimental filmmakers working today, began his career in the early 1980s in Mexico City and New York City.
A Strange Family Drama, Starring Found Object Sculptures
WASHINGTON, DC — The Black Box film series at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden isn’t where you’d expect to find a gaggle of teenage boys.
8 Hours at the Guggenheim’s 24-Hour Party
Every party has a life cycle.
The Urge to Reach Out and Touch Beyond the Screen
CHICAGO — A flat description of Miami-based artist Jillian Mayer’s work— such as you might find in wall texts or press releases — reads like it’s culled from the syllabus of an Interactive Arts & Media graduate class.