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Open Score 2016: Intro + Panel 1: Generation You, presented by New Museum and Rhizome
This video documentation is part one of a four part series from a symposium that took place on January 30, 2016 at the New Museum. The New Museum and Rhizome jointly inaugurate an annual symposium titled "Open Score" that will explore the state of art and technology today. Convening luminary artists, curators, researchers, and writers to discuss how technology is transforming culture, the first edition of "Open Score" will consider how artists are responding to new conditions of surveillance and hypervisibility; how social media’s mass creativity interfaces with branding and identity for individual artists; how the quality and texture of art criticism is evolving in a digital age; and what the future of internet art might be in light of a broader assimilation of digital technologies. Supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, "Open Score: Art and Technology 2016" will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the groundbreaking initiative Experiments in Art and Technology. The conference’s title is taken from Rauschenberg’s live performance Open Score during one of E.A.T.’s most iconic events, “9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering.” Opening Remarks Lisa Phillips, Toby Devan Lewis Director, the New Museum Introduction to First Session Michael Connor, Artistic Director, Rhizome, and Lauren Cornell, Curator and Associate Director, Technology Initiatives, the New Museum Panel 1: Generation You The rise of web 2.0 in the mid-2000s promised to democratize culture by putting individual participation center stage. A decade later, we have a more thorough grasp of the specific kind of self-expression that social media offers. On the one hand, it is limiting and restrictive: the users get little, while the platform reaps the benefits of their labor. On the other, it retains the ability to challenge prevailing cultural hierarchies and to facilitate the performance of new kinds of subjectivity. This panel will address a number of questions, including: How has social media influenced art production and remapped its boundaries and power structures? How do artists navigate pressures of commercialization and self-branding? And, what is the status of authenticity amid pervasive performance and self-branding? Speakers Jacob Ciocci, artist; Simon Denny, artist; Juliana Huxtable, artist; and Cathy Park Hong, poet Moderator Andrew Durbin, poet and writer
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Robin Peckham: Tracing the Post-Internet
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art / Curators' Intensive Public Talk http://dasplatforms.com/videos/robin-peckham-tracing-the-post-internet/ Robin Peckham / Tracing the Post-Internet: A Case Study in Curatorial Process Thursday 10 July, 2014 What are the relationships between the movement that has come to be called ‘post-internet’ and the media realities of the historical moment that enables it? This talk will present the curatorial process and research behind the exhibition Art Post-Internet co-curated by Peckham, paying close attention to the differences between survey methodologies and thematic approaches. Peckham will respond to notions including the differences between intent and effect in artistic practice, the tension between documentation and materiality in recent art, collaboration as a tool, the specificities of the exhibition and other possible realisations, and categories of curatorial work from essayistic narrative compositions to forms of analysis. This presentation will tentatively structure a logic by which we might be able to expand a thematic understanding of post-internet art based on an empirical understanding of its social core. For more information about the 4A Curators’ Intensive go to: http://www.4a.com.au/curators-intensive-2014/ For image credits and slide images go to: http://ucca.org.cn/en/exhibition/art-post-internet/ Video co-produced and © Das Platforms and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, 2014
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How will museums of the future look? | Sarah Kenderdine | TEDxGateway 2013
Prof. Dr. Sarah Kenderdine creates powerful interactive experiences for museums—pioneering new possibilities for visitors' engagement using emerging technologies. In widely exhibited installation works, she amalgamates cultural heritage with new media art practice through interactive cinema, augmented reality and embodied narrative. Sarah is Professor at the National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA), University of New South Wales and head of Special Projects, Museum Victoria, Australia. She is also the Director of Research at the Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment (ALiVE), City University of Hong Kong. In 2013 she received the International Council of Museum Award (Australia) and, the Australian Arts in Asia Innovation Award—for the PLACE-Hampi Museum, at the new cultural precinct at Kaladham, Karnataka. In addition, she was awarded the Tartessos Prize 2013 for contributions to virtual archaeology, worldwide and, 2013 Digital Heritage International Congress & IMéRA Foundation Fellowship. Many of Sarah's most recent projects can be viewed here : http://alive.scm.cityu.edu.hk In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Golden Living Room - "Post-Internet" [FULL ALBUM]
You download the new GLR album at https://phinery.bandcamp.com/album/post-internet Side A 1. Tech 2. First Contact (feat. OSCOB) 2:18 3. Tune in / Vibrations 5:25 4. GOLDEN LIVING ROOM & ULTRA ウルトラ - F a n t a j ī エミュレータ 8:49 5. A New World 11:23 6. Midi Jungle 17:34 7. Precog Prenotion 19:51 8. Interdimensional Chocobo 22:18 9. The Seeker of Water 25:08 Side B 10. Lonely 28:24 11. Sunday May 3rd, 2015 32:10 12. Midi Wind 35:10 13. Lodollite Dreams (for the Princess) 36:18 14. Al'Teau 42:42 15. Malon goes to Heaven 45:50 16. Branches of Leaves 49:36 17. Android Online (Prod. 회사AUTO) 53:50
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Painting After Technology
What effect has digital technology had on contemporary painting? Mark Godfrey, curator of international art at Tate Modern, discusses a new display of paintings from the last ten years exploring how artists negotiate the world of iPads, scanners and smartphones.
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How To / Why Make Internet Art
▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ▲ ◀ →→→→→→ learn more at ☞ http://netart.rocks ←←←←←← ▶ ...click down for references... How To / Why Make Internet Art is a hypermedia series ( interactive video and Firefox addon ) that approaches basic web literacy ( HTML/CSS/JavaScript ) as a contemporary art form ( for makers, designers and creators ) The series positions the web platform as the ultimate artist studio/gallery, frames these technologies as environments rather than simply tools and stresses the importance of introducing a diversity of perspectives into the conversations shaping our digital/networked ecology. The web platform offers unprecedented opportunities for artists, it’s a studio, canvas and gallery all at the same time. This series embraces play and experimentation as core learning ethics, it takes material traditionally geared towards developers and frames them for critically minded artists, in the hopes of introducing diverse and unconventional thinkers into the web development community. ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚞⚍ ⚟ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⦚⦚ ⦚⦚ →→ check out my other stuffs ☞ http://nickbriz.com ⦚⦚ →→ follow me ☞ @nbriz ⦚⦚ →→ https://twitter.com/nbriz ⦚⦚ →→ https://www.instagram.com/nbriz/ ⦚⦚ →→ https://github.com/nbriz/ ⦚⦚ →→ commercial inquiries ☞ [email protected] ⦚⦚ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ✶ ✶ ✶ ✶ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⚋ ⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱ ➥ detailed notes / references ☞ http://netart.rocks ⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰ 1:16 u can read more about Ada Lovelace on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ada_Lovelace if u’re interested in learning more check out Sydney Padua’s comic “The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage” (2015), i’ve read a lot on both Lovelace && Babbage, this comic is by far the most interesting + xciting account, better researched than even some of the more “academic” texts i’ve read: http://sydneypadua.com/2dgoggles/the-book/ 2:00 this clip is from the beginning of “The Artist and the Computer” (1974) a documentary on Lillian Schwartz, definitely worth watching the whole thing. 2:13 this clip comes from a 1983 Apple Macintosh commercial, Susan Kare was the graphic designer responsible for all the early Mac fonts + icons. Check out her book “Icons” http://www.kareprints.com/susan-kare-iconsart-book/ 2:55 this clip comes from the Creators Project video (2012) on Rafaël Rozendaal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2PlTV-RvnE 3:37 check out the Critical Engeneering Manifesto here: https://criticalengineering.org/ that particular definition of the Internet comes from a talk Julian && Danja gave which u can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8IlNpefM6s 4:08 this clip comes from a 1981 ABC Nightline Interview with Steve Jobs, available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3H-Y-D3-j-M 4:40 this quote comes from the book “The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood” (2011) by James Gleick, it’s a pretty epic book, not a quick read but well worth it. It’s a comprehensive history on the beginnings of our information age. 5:12 this quote comes from “Program or be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age” (2010) by Douglas Rushkoff, this is essential reading for anyone critically thinking about what agency means in the digital age, it’s a quick read, well worth it. 6:12 this analogy ( && this notion that our technologies are symptomatic of our world views ) is adapted from “The Question Concerning Technology” (1954) by influential German philosopher Martin Heidegger 6:56 Marshall McLuhan is by far one of the most important media theorists of the last century && his ideas are still super relevant ( check out his books “Understanding Media” && “The Medium is the Masssage” ). This clip comes from a 1977 lecture he gave in Australia, full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImaH51F4HBw 7:34 this quote comes from “Close To the Machine: Technophilia and its Discontents” (1997) by Ellen Ullman. This is an amazing book, Ullman’s memoirs as a computer programmer, pretty fantastic + critical meditation on what it was like to be shaping the world w/code at that time. 8:32 this clip comes from a 1997 interview w/Steve Jobs ( for context, that’s after Apple let him go, towards the end of the NeXT days, before returning to Apple ), full clip here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYfNvmF0Bqw
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How Art Can Transform The Internet
HELP ME MAKE MORE VIDEOS: http://www.patreon.com/nerdwriter TUMBLR: http://thenerdwriter.tumblr.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TheeNerdwriter Email me here: [email protected] SOURCES: Leon Neyfakh, “The Botmaker Who Sees Through The Internet” (via The Boston Globe) 2014 https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/201... Darius Kazemi's GitHub Page: https://github.com/dariusk?tab=repositories Leonardo Flores's "I Love E-Poetry" Blog is a great resource: http://iloveepoetry.com/ Leonardo Flores, “‘Kenosha Kid (@YouNeverDidThe)’ by Darius Kazemi” (via Iloveepoetry.com) 2014 http://iloveepoetry.com/?p=11115 Kyle Chayka “The Greatest Digital Artists of the 21st Century” (via COMPLEX) 2015 http://www.complex.com/style/2015/05/the-greatest-digital-artists-of-the-21st-century/ James Bridle: A new aesthetic for the digital age (via TED & YouTube) 2012 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z84EDsnpb4U Superscript 2015 Keynote: James Bridle (via Superscript & YouTube) 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GdHrMGIL_A James Bridle: Living in the Electromagnetic Spectrum (via re:publica & YouTube) 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LM2V5wOxSY FEATURED ART: Darius Kazemi's Last Word: http://tinysubversions.com/stuff/last... Darius Kazemi's full list of work: http://tinysubversions.com/projects/ Greg Petchvosky's Sandstone Lego: https://vimeo.com/43442146 ADDIE WAGENKNECHT http://placesiveneverbeen.com/ Turning The Internet Into An Art Gallery | Rafaël Rozendaal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2PlT... James George's Clouds https://vimeo.com/89680830 Casey Raes http://reas.com/ JODI http://geogoo.net/ Interview w/ street artist Pixel: http://www.isupportstreetart.com/inte... Kari Altman: http://karialtmann.com/ MUSIC: https://leerosevere.bandcamp.com/albu...
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Camille Henrot and Anri Sala in Conversation
In celebration of the New Museum's 40th anniversary, the institution hosted "Who's Afraid of the New Now?" on December 2 and 3, 2017. The two-day event event featured a selection of public conversations with artists whose exhibitions, works, and interventions have shaped and transformed the identity and history of the Museum. Explore the New Museum's digital archive at https://archive.newmuseum.org/ Video documentation of more conversations will be made available soon on the New Museum's Digital Archive.
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What is Art? debate at Turner Contemporary
Grayson Perry tackled the eternal question 'What is art?' in his Reith lectures and we did the same. On Thursday 14 November 2013, we held a discussion with a panel of artists, critics and curators during a 'Question Time' style event. Panel: Phyllida Barlow - artist James Brett - Founder, Museum of Everything Tony Heaton - Director, SHAPE Alan Kane - artist Sam Thorne - Associate Editor, frieze International Jean Wainwright - critic and art historian, Head of Cultural Studies, School of Film and Media, University for the Creative Arts Lauren Wright - Curator, Turner Contemporary Chaired by Sacha Craddock - independent critic and curator Reflecting on questions raised at recent exhibitions, including Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing at Turner Contemporary, Jeremy Deller's English Magic at the 2013 Venice Biennale (which will be exhibited at Turner Contemporary in 2014) Massimiliano Gioni's The Encyclopedic Palace at the Venice Biennale and the Hayward Gallery's The Alternative Guide to the Universe, this talk follows on from Venice Agendas, a series of discussions, events and performances examining issues of live art and art and politics during the preview week of the 55th Venice Biennale, 2013.
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Speakers: Art Critic ANDREW FROST, Collector and Philanthropist CLINTON NG and Google Creative Lab’s Creative Director TOM UGLOW
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Talent in the post-internet age: Ann Winblad at TEDxPresidio
Ann Winblad is the co-founder and a Managing Director of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners. Hummer Winblad Venture Partners is a leading venture capital firm focused exclusively on software investing and manages over $1 billion in cumulative capital. Since Hummer Winblad Venture Partners' inception in 1989 the firm has launched over 100 new software companies. AV and event video provided by http://repertoireproductions.com
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Jeremy Rifkin on the Fall of Capitalism and the Internet of Things
Economic theorist and author Jeremy Rifkin explains his concept of The Internet of Things. Rifkin's latest book is The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism (http://goo.gl/4estV2). Don't miss new Big Think videos!  Subscribe by clicking here: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Transcript -- We are just beginning to glimpse the bare outlines of an emerging new economic system, the collaborative commons. This is the first new economic paradigm to emerge on the world scene since the advent of capitalism and socialism in the early 19th century. So it's a remarkable historical event. It has long-term implications for society. But what's really interesting is the trigger that's giving birth to this new economic system. The trigger is something called zero marginal cost. Now, marginal costs are the costs of producing an additional unit of a good and service after your fixed costs are covered. Business people are all aware of marginal costs, most of the public isn't. But this idea of zero marginal cost is going to dramatically intimately affect every single person in the world in the coming years in every aspect of their life. There's a paradox deeply embedded in the very heart of the capitalist market system previously really undisclosed. This paradox has been responsible for the tremendous success of capitalism over the last two centuries. But here's the irony, the very success of this paradox is now leading to an end game and a new paradigm emerging out of capitalism is collaborative commons. Let me explain. In a traditional market, sellers are always constantly probing for new technologies that can increase their productivity, reduce their marginal costs so they can put out cheaper products and win over consumers and market share and beat out their competitors and bring some profit back to investors. So business people are always looking for ways to increase productivity and reduce their marginal cost, they simply never expected in their wildest dreams that there would be a technology revolution so powerful in it's productivity that it might reduce those margins of cost to near zero making goods and services essentially free, priceless and beyond the market exchange economy. That's now beginning to happen in the real world. The first inklings of this zero margin cost phenomenon was with the inception of the World Wide Web from 1990 until 2014. We saw this zero marginal cost phenomenon invade the newspaper industry, the magazine industry and book publishing. With the coming of the World Wide Web and the Internet all of a sudden millions of people, then hundreds of millions of people, and now 40 percent of the human race with very cheap cell phones and computers they're sending audio, video and texting each other at near zero marginal cost. So what's happened is millions of consumers became prosumers with the advent of the Internet. And so they're producing and sharing their own videos, their own news blogs, their own entertainment, their own knowledge with each other in these lateral networks at near zero marginal costs and essentially for free bypassing the capitalist market, in many instances altogether. This zero marginal cost phenomena, as it invaded the information industries, wreaked havoc on big, big industries. Newspapers went out of business; they couldn't compete with near zero marginal costs. Magazines went out of business. And my own industry publishing has been just wracked by free e-books and free knowledge and information. But, you know, the strange thing about it is at first a lot of industry watchers said this is a good thing because if we give out more and more information goods free and people are producing and sharing it free, these freemiums will stimulate people's appetite to want premiums and then upgrade this free goods and information by getting more customized information. I'll give you an example. Musicians give away their music free when they started to see this happen hoping that they would get a big loyal fan repertoire and then their fans would be enticed to go to their concerts and pay premium in order to be there in person. And then, of course, we saw this with newspapers. The New York Times will give you ten free articles a month, freemiums, hoping that you'll then upload upgrade to premiums and by their subscription service. It didn't happen on any large scale. This was very naïve by industry watchers. Sure, some people have moved from freemiums to premiums but when more and more information goods are out there nearly free shared with each other, music, film, arts, information and knowledge, attention span is not there to then want to go to the premiums when you have so much available already in the freemiums. Directed / Produced by Jonathan Fowler and Dillon Fitton
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Jörg Blumtritt — Kunst Post Internet
Jörg Blumtritt, CEO Datarella, geht in seiner Session der algorithmischen Kunst der Post-Internet-Ära und ihrer gesellschaftlichen, wissenschaftlichen und kunstwirkschaftlich revolutionären Schlagkraft auf den Grund. Kunst im Kontext digitaler Technologien und immer öfter auch erzeugt durch Daten legt schonungslos Trends und kritische Gefahrenpunkte in einer immer mehr technologiegeprägten Gesellschaft offen, wie es vielleicht keine andere Kunstrichtung vermag... oder so ähnlich und noch viel mehr.
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QMA Chat Room: Brad Troemel talks Internet art
Full video: http://vimeo.com/25157686 This is a segment of a longer discussion titled: QMA Chat Room: Gene McHugh, Brad Troemel and Laurel Ptak Gene McHugh, Brad Troemel and Laurel Ptak will discuss the position of internet art and its relation to its medium and new ways of online reflexivity. This conversation is moderated by Sohrab Mohebbi, Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund Curatorial Fellow at the Queens Museum of Art. This program is the first in the series Chat Room that will take place at the Queens Museum of Art during the summer of 2011. Gene McHugh is an art writer based in Brooklyn. His work has appeared in Artforum and Rhizome, and he was the recipient of the Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for his blog, Post Internet. McHugh is currently the Kress Fellow in Interpretive Technology at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Brad Troemel is an artist, professor, and graduate student at New York University. He writes about and creates art projects on the Internet. His work can be seen at http://bradtroemel.com/. Laurel Ptak is an independent curator based in New York whose interests in contemporary art veer towards network culture, image-based practices, socially-engaged work, and open culture. She has previously worked for arts institutions and organizations including the Aperture Foundation, Guggenheim Museum, MoMA/P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, and Art:21. Ptak is founder of the popular blog i heart photograph.
Views: 1063 Queens Museum
Turning The Internet Into An Art Gallery | Rafaël Rozendaal
Rafaël Rozendaal is a Dutch-Brazilian everywhere-based visual artist and founder of the DIY curatorial platform BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer). He creates artistic mobile app experiences and uses the internet as his canvas and gallery, building colorful and interactive works that lie somewhere in the space between animation and digital painting. The Creators Project is a partnership between Intel and VICE: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ ** Subscribe to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheCreatorsProject/videos Like The Creators Project on Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Follow The Creators Project on Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Read our Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/
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Terence McKenna - The Future Of Art (Esalen 1998 August 7)
"No technology in history has fallen in cost as quickly and reached so many people as quickly as computers have." https://youtu.be/aAlaRdrcQcY "What I would be able to die happy with is a technology that could capture just a snapshot or a film clip of one's thoughts."
Olia Lialina -  Agatha Appears, Net Art 1997
Agatha Appears was started as a pure art project, funny story about two young people who meet at night. Story combines principles of stage design, film montage and html documents, common internet stereotypes and net critics. It imitates the process of teleportation, but in the process of making Agatha appeared a new server http://www.teleportica.org, where datas of real people, who want to be teleported are stored. More info: http://art.teleportacia.org/olia.html Art work: http://www.c3.hu/collection/agatha/
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How artists can (finally) get paid in the digital age | Jack Conte
It's been a weird 100 years for artists and creators, says musician and entrepreneur Jack Conte. The traditional ways we've turned art into money (like record sales) have been broken by the internet, leaving musicians, writers and artists wondering how to make a living. With Patreon, Conte has created a way for artists on the internet to get paid by their fans. Could payment platforms like this change what it means to be an artist in the digital age? Check out more TED talks: http://www.ted.com The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Follow TED on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TEDTalks Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/TED
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High Tech Tat: Tattoo Artist Takes Industry To Digital Future | NBC News
Tattoo artist Justin Nordine is taking the tattoo industry high tech. At The Raw Canvas Tattoo Studio in Grand Junction, Colorado, Nordine uses an all-digital design process and new high tech tools from Apple to change the conventional process of getting “inked.” » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and original digital videos. Subscribe to our channel for news stories, technology, politics, health, entertainment, science, business, and exclusive NBC investigations. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: http://nbcnews.to/ReadNBC Find NBC News on Facebook: http://nbcnews.to/LikeNBC Follow NBC News on Twitter: http://nbcnews.to/FollowNBC Follow NBC News on Google+: http://nbcnews.to/PlusNBC Follow NBC News on Instagram: http://nbcnews.to/InstaNBC Follow NBC News on Pinterest: http://nbcnews.to/PinNBC High Tech Tat: Tattoo Artist Takes Industry To Digital Future | NBC News
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The Future of Art: Damien Hirst, Part 7/21
Ingo Niermann with Erik Niedling The Future of Art: A Manual http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1934105635/ref=s9_simh_gw_p14_d0_g14_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=17S5RXDZG56VWZGP7P01&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=470938631&pf_rd_i=507846 With guidance by Thomas Bayrle, Olaf Breuning, Genesis and Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge, Olafur Eliasson, Harald Falckenberg, Boris Groys, Damien Hirst, Gregor Jansen, Terence Koh, Gabriel von Loebell, Marcos Lutyens, Philomene Magers, Antje Majewski, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Thomas Olbricht, Friedrich Petzel, and Tobias Rehberger; and commentary by Chus Martínez In 1831 Honoré de Balzac wrote a short story, "The Unknown Masterpiece," in which he invented the abstract painting. Almost 200 years later, writer Ingo Niermann tries to follow in his footsteps to imagine a new epoch-making artwork. Together with the artist Erik Niedling he starts searching for the future of art and, seeking advice, meets key figures of the art world. Including the DVD The Future of Art by Erik Niedling and Ingo Niermann (HD, 157 min.). Design by Judith Banham, Middlecott Design September 2011, English 14 x 20 cm, 320 pages, 37 b/w ill., softcover ISBN 978-1-934105-63-4
Views: 25224 Erik Niedling
Three Minute Theory: What is the Rhizome?
Video 1 in the Three Minute Theory series presents a primer on Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's concept of "the rhizome." Like what you see? Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1NIp896 Video Written & Created by: Stacey Kerr, Erin Adams, & Beth Pittard Music from: Dustin Brian Kennedy https://soundcloud.com/dustinbriankennedy/rhizome
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Post Internet Art (ma), apply before 16th of June!
A video created to promote a new master's course in Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.
“Albert Oehlen: Man in the Mirror,” Keynote Lecture by Mark Godfrey
In the early to mid-1980s, Albert Oehlen worked on two main series: self-portraits and interiors with mirrors embedded in them. In one, he presented a degraded image of the artist; in the other, an incoherent image of the viewer. Starting with these works, Mark Godfrey will look at how Oehlen continued to work on the idea of degradation even as he began abstract painting in the late 1980s. Though Godfrey will focus on Oehlen’s abstract work, his talk will also consider the artist’s interior collages and recent series of tree paintings. http://www.newmuseum.org/calendar/view/albert-oehlen-home-and-garden-keynote-lecture-by-mark-godfrey
Views: 4041 New Museum
What is Digital Art?
Digital art is a term and a practice that has been prevalent in the museums and contemporary art sectors since the 1960s. As technological advances mean that digital innovations are now pervading many more areas of our lives, the arts industry is starting to take the work of artists working in the digital realm increasingly seriously. In the wake of the growing debate and critical examination of digital art, the British Council commissioned this short film, produced by Dezeen, to ask: What is Digital Art? And why should we pay attention to it? The film features interviews with 15 Folds founders Margot Bowman and Sean Frank, curator and writer Conrad Bodman, and artists Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead. Share your favourite #digitalart piece with us. Join the #digitalart discussion on Twitter. With thanks to all contributors, and Tate, Barbican, Chisenhale Gallery, BFI, Chris Milk, Adam Ben-Dror and Shanshan Zhou, The Space. Learn more about the digital art piece 'Decorative Newsfeeds' by Thomson & Craighead that’s featured in the video: http://bit.ly/1F5V0jx Commissioned by British Council. Produced by Dezeen (www.dezeen.com). Music by 800xL BRITISH COUNCIL ARTS --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find out more about our work and connect with us at: http://www.britishcouncil.org/arts Twitter @BritishArts ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Views: 79392 British Council Arts
"On the Future of Art" Performance Lecture by Pablo Helguera
Learn more about the exhibition Under the Same Sun and the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative: http://www.guggenheim.org/guggenheim-foundation/collaborations/map In this video, artist Pablo Helguera reprises the 1969 lecture series On the Future of Art organized by former Guggenheim curator Edward Fry, pondering the effects of place, time, and personal experience on ideas about art. As part of the exhibition Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today, Helguera interweaves the original dialogues with other stories, including the life of Guggenheim archivist Ward Jackson and his investigation into the Guggenheim brothers’ Chuquicamata mine in Chile.
Views: 953 Guggenheim Museum
Touching the Art - Episode 2 - Postmodernism, Post-Net & the Art Market - Ovation
Is art evil? Is the internet dead? Why is everything so PoMo? In the second episode of Ovation's new web talk show, host Casey Jane Ellison and her panelists tackle the pressing issues facing contemporary art. Casey is joined by gallerist Michelle Papillion, painter Mary Weatherford and art writer Carol Cheh. TOUCHING THE ART was shot on location at Regen Projects West Hollywood and features music by Mirror Mirror. WATCH EPISODE 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxRyntpCKIc ABOUT THE SHOW Contemporary art is having a breakthrough moment, thanks in part to recent celebrity cross-overs (Lady Gaga, James Franco, Jay-Z), ubiquitous fashion collaborations and record-setting auction returns. So why is it still so difficult to talk about? Comedian and artist Casey Jane Ellison wades into this conversational quagmire in Ovation's new original web talk show, TOUCHING THE ART. As host, Casey's blunt, reductive line of questioning takes aim at the barriers between the uninitiated viewer and the contemporary art world, and the show creates a platform for her panel of art world professionals to demystify, in their own words, the most fundamental issues surrounding art and its place in broader society. And as a meta critique of the perceived gender imbalance of panel shows, all the show's guests will be female. Discussion topics range from art and celebrity to gender politics to the art market. Future episodes will coincide with and cover timely topics and events such as Miami Basel, The Armory Show, etc. Subscribe to Ovation's YouTube - http://bit.ly/OvationSub Watch the latest from Ovation - http://bit.ly/OvationUploads Watch Ovation's most popular videos - http://bit.ly/OvationPopular Like Ovation on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OvationTV Follow Ovation on Twitter - http://twitter.com/#!/ovationtv For More Art Stories - http://culturepop.com/ Ovation is America's only arts television network, whose mission is to connect the world to all forms of art and artistic expression.
Views: 24626 Ovation
I'm a net-artist
"I'm a net artist: It's a cartoon video with the voice of a net-artist, looking for attention. He explains what net-art is, and the problems he has in order to arrive to people and to be considered as an art maker" by area3.net Download it in high resolution at: http://area3.net/index.php?idT=netartist
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Ways Beyond the Internet | DLD12
Cory Arcangel, Nik Kosmas, Daniel Keller, Ed Fornieles, Oliver Laric, Jon Nash, Rafael Rozendaal, Karen Archey, Moderated by: Hans Ulrich Obrist
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Salon | Discussion | Art & Commerce
Discussion | Art & Commerce Christopher Kulendran Thomas; Artist, London; Andrew Norman Wilson, Artist, New York Moderator: Melanie Bühler, Curator/Director Lunch Bytes, Amsterdam
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How Has the Internet Changed the Art Market? | The Business of Life
Learn more about making money doing what you love: http://bit.ly/2sHj89e James Fuentes, Lindsay Pollack, & Ron English discuss the money behind the art market—what it takes to be an artist, a patron, & an admirer in today's rapidly shifting art world. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
Views: 21121 VICE News
Art In The Digital Age | Internet Week
PART ONE: To celebrate Internet Week Europe, Crane.tv explores how the web is changing and influencing the world of art. We speak to six experts including James Davis - Program Manager at Google Art Project; New York based digital artists, Reed+Rader; Louise Shannon, Head of Contemporary Projects at the V&A; Shane Walter, co-founder of onedotzero; and digital designers Keiichi Matsuda and Nazareno to uncover how the digital shift is shaking up the art world. Galleries are moving online, platforms are popping up where you can buy digital art and with the rise of online pin boards and visual blogs, anyone can now curate their own individual online galleries. In Part One, we debate online art vs. art online, question the future role of galleries and discuss the internet as a creative platform for artists who no longer need to be classically trained. What do you think about art in the digital world? Share your opinions in the comments below. Subscribe to Our Channel! Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/CraneTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/crane.tv Blog: http://cranetv.tumblr.com/
Views: 8768 Crane.tv
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Are interactive murals the future of street art?
You can change responsive murals with the touch of a hand. WEBSITE: http://futurism.com FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/futurism TWITTER: https://twitter.com/futurism INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/futurism TUMBLR: http://futurismnews.tumblr.com/
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Is the Web Browser Replacing the Art Gallery? | Idea Channel | PBS Digital Studios
For the past 200 years, the gallery has been the home of new and cutting-edge art, a place where the art community can come together and share new ideas. But in this episode, we ask: is the web browser replacing the gallery as the best place to view amazing, cutting-edge art?!? In the era of the internet, you can view remarkable art from the comfort of your laptop. Accessible to virtually everyone, web art does away with the physical limitations of the gallery and makes impossibly cool art a part of our daily lives! New Idea Channel episodes now every Wednesday!!! Let us know what sorts of crazy ideas you have, about this episode and otherwise: Tweet at us! @pbsideachannel (yes, the longest twitter username ever) Email us! pbsideachannel [at] gmail [dot] com Hosted by Mike Rugnetta (@mikerugnetta) Made by Kornhaber Brown (http://www.kornhaberbrown.com) Art From the Episode: Mr. Div GIFs: http://mrdiv.tumblr.com/ Fat Lab: http://fffff.at/ Evan Roth: http://evan-roth.com/about/ Olia Lialina: http://art.teleportacia.org/olia.html Ryan Trecartin: http://ryantrecartin.com/ V5MT (online art collective): http://v5mt.tumblr.com/ Battle of Grunwald: http://gallery.thecreatorsproject.com/gallery/Battle-of-Grunwald/3944653 Surge Cycle (collaborative interactive video): http://artcontext.net/act/07/surgeCycle/ 9 Eyes (google street view art): http://9-eyes.com/ Want some more Idea Channel? Here's last week's episode: "Is Twitter the Newest Form of Literature?" http://youtu.be/4BoE-woHtwA Want another one? Here ya go:"Are Bronies Changing the Definition of Masculinity?" http://youtu.be/Est3UNs-LIk You want more? Check this one out: "Are Hologram Tupac and Hologram Freddie Mercury Nostalgia Or New Aesthetic?" http://youtu.be/YPa7p2WVpj0
Views: 115803 PBS Idea Channel
When I Give, I Give Myself: Constant Dullaart
Constant Dullaart (b. 1979, Leiderdorp, The Netherlands), Jennifer in Paradise, CS6 filer series, 2015 Constant Dullaart responds to Van Gogh's letter of 9 or 10 October 1888. He focuses on contemporary visual culture and its reproduction and manipulation. That explains his interest in Van Gogh’s remark about photography, which was then a new medium. His intention with these three manipulated photographs is to encourage new debate about the importance of the original work of art versus reproductions. What do Vincent van Gogh’s ideas and insights mean to artists today? In the exhibition 'When I Give, I Give Myself', 23 contemporary artists respond to letters written by Van Gogh. The exhibition is on view at the Van Gogh Museum from 20 May 2015 until 17 January 2016. http://www.vangoghmuseum.com/WhenIGive
Views: 1809 Van Gogh Museum
Salon | Lunch Bytes | On Releasing, Distributing & Exhibiting Art Online
Salon | Lunch Bytes | On Releasing, Distributing & Exhibiting Art Online Filmed on June 15 2013 a Art Basel Aleksandra Domanović, Artist, Berlin Oliver Laric, Artist, Berlin Domenico Quaranta, Curator and Co-Founder of Link Center for the Arts of the Information Age Ben Vickers, Curator of Digital at Serpentine Gallery and Co-Director of Limazulu Project Space, London Moderators: Fabian Schöneich, Assistant Curator, Kunsthalle Basel and Melanie Bühler, Curator, Lunch Bytes, Amsterdam
Views: 3073 Art Basel
For 40 years, the New Museum has pursued new art and new ideas as a pioneering cultural institution. So, for our 40th anniversary, we’re extending our exhibitions beyond the walls of the museum in a series of live streams around New York City and the world wide web for the month of December 2017.
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Beautiful Life Radio 🌹 Vocal Deep & Tropical House / Chill / Dance 🌹24/7 Live Stream Music
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CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! (From DreamWorks Animation's "Trolls") (Official Video)
CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!” from the Original Motion Picture Trolls" Official Music Video directed by Mark Romanek. Get it on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/CSTFi?IQid=yt Spotify: http://smarturl.it/CSTFsp?IQid=yt Amazon: http://smarturl.it/CSTFamz?IQid=yt Google Play: http://smarturl.it/CSTFgp?IQid=yt Follow Justin Timberlake: Website: http://justintimberlake.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/justintimberlake Twitter: https://twitter.com/jtimberlake Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justintimberlake Spotify: http://smarturl.it/JTimberlakeSpotify?IQid=yt
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