Category Archives: museums

Technorati loves video art?!

What is  your favorite app reviewing website? Do please write and let me know as we are trying to spread the word about ShinyArt’s unique offering for your iPad. How unique is it? Well, despite the thousands upon thousands of … Continue reading

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Welcome back (to the future?)

I have used this space before to comment on the fascinating museological experiment that is the Adobe Museum of Digital Art, replacing conventional museum associations of preservation and permanence with the ephemeral and intangible. This recent conversation held at Art … 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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Between a temple and a bus terminal….

I like this little blurb of an article from the Observer about the shifting relationships between audiences and artwork at the MOMA, and how best to transform the spaces in the museum from shrines of quiet veneration into forums of … Continue reading

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Nuts n’ Bolts

Not as delicious as Bits n’ Bites, but important nonetheless. YOU have spoken and WE have heard you! I know that some very patient and incredibly talented artists have been having some technical difficulties posting to ShinyArt. There are so … Continue reading

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Is that art on your phone or are you just happy to see me??

Just when you thought you couldn’t take it with you – here are some clever artists telling you that you can (on the bus, the train, the office, the park, the grocery store…)…..and HOW. Got a Palm? An Android? An … Continue reading

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