All posts tagged video art

From its first emergence in the studio, in a mixture of experimentation and documentation, until it was welcomed into galleries and museums, video art asserted itself as an individual social, visual and ideological medium in which the avant-garde, underground cinema, expanded cinema and other movements were free to express themselves unhindered. In a world increasingly dominated by the technological media, video appeared to offer a rawness which invited exploration. Under the cloak of spontaneity, Read more [...]
Since the 90 the media landscape changed completely. In 1994, major media companies, including corporations such as Hearst Corporation, which owned numerous American periodicals and television networks formed for the first time the so called “new media” divisions and trade groups such as the New York New media Association were organised. Around the same time, artists, curators and critics started to use the term “New Media Art” to refer to Works – such interactive multimédia installations, Read more [...]