Monthly Archives: October 2010

Video art untethered

In a little over three hours and six minutes video art is going to take one gigantic leap forward. People who may never walk into galleries – and who may not have a clue as to what video art is … Continue reading

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they’re here….[cut to static-filled tv set and creepy music]

As I have oft remarked on this blog – the museum paradigm of the last 20 years is being pulled like warm toffee into all sorts of strange and delicious configurations. Technology is aiding the white cube revisioning in a … Continue reading

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the white cube explodes (kind of)

It’s finally here! http://w4.adobemuseum.com/index.php First up is a Tony Oursler exhibit…this is definitely a step into another dimension of museum-going. I think it is interesting that there was a need to develop a virtual “bricks and mortar” version of the … Continue reading

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Art collecting, revisited

Firefox is crashing repeatedly this evening. If I lose this post again (for the third time), it will have to wait until tomorrow. Here we go again: ShinyArt is in deep like with Art.sy. This company recently debuted at TechCrunch … Continue reading

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