Contemporary Trends in Video Art, View 4
Miranda July; Ximena Cuevas; Steve Reinke; Paul Mcarthy
Video as a medium in the visual arts dates back to the 1960s, with artists previous to this time working in film. A unique quality of film and video in the visual arts is the timed sequence, which allows for the construction or deconstruction of narrative. In today's media savvy society, film and video footage is readily available in varied formats, and is often appropriated, collaged into, and/or manipulated within new contexts by contemporary artists. Exhibition held in the Projects and Main Gallery spaces.
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