The engine of progress

Life, love and the pursuit of video art has definitely left us a little breathless lately, so ShinyArt is currently in the process of hiring a writer for THIS SPACE to take some of the pressure off and to offer you some more insight into the wild world of video art and experimental film.  You can look forward to a big boost in content in the month to come….

iPad app exhibit number 2 has been slow to process and we apologize for that! Apple’s changes in policy forced us back to the developers a couple of times as we tweaked and tweaked – but we are back and track now and although the exhibit has unofficially launched, we are NEARLY ready to announce it far and wide, but not quite. Featuring unforgettable work by Minjoo Lee, John Criscello and Ina Conradi, it’s worth the wait!

In other exciting news, Yonge Street Media in Toronto recently wrote a glowing profile piece on ShinyArt artist Faisal Anwar, demonstrating his work and passion for art and technology. I especially like this quote:

“We are living in a hybrid space where our mindset, behaviours, interests and needs are changing, and tech is integrating on many levels,” says Anwar. “I don’t see these elements as separate now.”

Hmmmm, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Now back to getting the App on Track!

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About shinyartshinyart

KKP is CEO and Founder of ShinyArt - a company designed to transform dull HD flat screens into canvases for some of the world’s most compelling moving art. She is also an art historian and adjunct professor at several schools in the Bay Area.
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