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Tag Archives: Video
Jiang Zhi exhibition: First solo for GuangDong Times Museum
Posted on Wednesday, July 4th, 2012
The GuangDong Times Museum in China holds its first ever solo show, “If This Is a Man”, with work by Chinese contemporary artist Jiang Zhi. The exhibition ran at the museum until 24 June 2012.
Video Art: Newfangled or here to stay? 6 must-read Art Radar posts
Posted on Tuesday, June 19th, 2012
Though video art has been a cultural staple since the 1960s, it has proven especially popular with young and mid-career Asian artists. As part of our “lists” series, we’ve collected six of our best video art posts.
Stripping ‘Ophelia’ and more: 3 young Taiwanese new media artists in Hong Kong
Posted on Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
Hong Kong-based gallery Input/Output (I/O) featured Taiwanese new media artists Yao Chung-Han, Lin Guan-Ming, and Chang Li-Ren in their show “Made in Taiwan”, which closed April 2012.
3D digital art catalogues soon a reality – TED video demonstration
Posted on Wednesday, September 28th, 2011
Mike Matas demonstrates the power of Apple’s Ipad applications using Al Gore’s The Choice app, while galleries begin to use the new digital format for art catalogues.
Copyright-safe video resource for artists – New York Times
Posted on Wednesday, July 27th, 2011
VIDEO ART RESOURCE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Over 10,000 Creative Commons-licensed videos are soon to appear on a new section of YouTube’s free online video editor, The New York Times reported in June 2011. Debates over copyright on YouTube are the drivers … Continue reading
Artist Silas Fong’s daring Hong Kong video solo – soundslide
Posted on Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
Listen to up-and-coming Hong Kong video artist Silas Fong talk on his latest solo in the city, “Memory Disorder” while images of his work slide by.
Unparalleled “NEW AGE: NEW MEDIA” exhibition shows 12 Australian and Chinese video works – 7 month China tour
Posted on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011
A China first, “NEW AGE: NEW MEDIA” exhibition is showing twelve Australian and Chinese video works over seven months in a Chinese-wide tour that ends December 2012.