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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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ShinyArt announces online video art partners

We’re pleased to announce the initial roster of video artists whose work will be available for rent through ShinyArt (www.shinyart.com). ShinyArt brings video art to businesses and homes through an online rental service. What is video art? Video art is … Continue reading

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Looking for my dude and the elephant

I was trying to think of a good assignment for my students that would involve blog posts when I realized that my own blog has been sadly quiet for a couple of days. So here I am – always more … Continue reading

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Jury is out

I wouldn’t want to judge this one….. The YouTube/Guggenheim partnership that promises to bring obscure video artists into one of the most prestigious exhibition spaces in the world, has apparently received over 6,600 submisions already. Yikes! They have also just … Continue reading

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A Shiny Idea at the Guggenheim

A new partnership between YouTube and the Guggenheim Foundation (including ALL of the Guggenheim museums) has sparked a lot of smiles at team ShinyArt – looks like we are not the only ones interested in creating a platform for new … Continue reading

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