REMIX of ‘WAVE’ from Rollin Leonard ::: premiered at MOVING IMAGE ART FAIR NYC 2014

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Moving Image NY, the Contemporary Video Art Fair Moving Image NY, the contemporary video art fair, will take place March 6-9, 2014. Located in the Waterfront Tunnel in Chelsea, the fair will feature a selection of international commercial galleries and non-profit institutions presenting single-channel videos, single-channel projections, video sculptures, and other larger video installations. Learn More→ http://bit.ly/1ptau7C

Moving Image NY, the Contemporary Video Art Fair Moving Image NY, the contemporary video art fair, will take place March 6-9, 2014. Located in the Waterfront Tunnel in Chelsea, the fair will feature a selection of international commercial galleries and non-profit institutions presenting single-channel videos, single-channel projections, video sculptures, and other larger video installations. Learn More→ http://bit.ly/1ptau7C

Moving Image Gathers No Moss, as Video Art Fair Pushes the Medium’s Boundaries
Now in their third year, Moving Image co-founders Edward Winkleman and Murat Orozobekov keep refining the fair’s formula, doing away with many of the suspended screens that lined the walls of the former Tunnel nightclub in years past to allow for more spacious installations by a selection of galleries from New York, other U.S. cities, and far-flung places like Helsinki, Estonia, and Rio de Janeiro.

Moving Image Gathers No Moss, as Video Art Fair Pushes the Medium’s Boundaries

Now in their third year, Moving Image co-founders Edward Winkleman and Murat Orozobekov keep refining the fair’s formula, doing away with many of the suspended screens that lined the walls of the former Tunnel nightclub in years past to allow for more spacious installations by a selection of galleries from New York, other U.S. cities, and far-flung places like Helsinki, Estonia, and Rio de Janeiro.

The Moving Image, Armory Week’s Video Art Fair, Announces 2013 Exhibitors

The Moving Image, Armory Week’s Video Art Fair, Announces 2013 Exhibitors

Transferring art to video. Simone has also now taken on a new curator role creating the Moving Image Art series at the Pasadena Armory Center.

Transferring art to video. Simone has also now taken on a new curator role creating the Moving Image Art series at the Pasadena Armory Center.

Moving Image, Contemporary Video Art Fair announced that artists Alessandro Balteo Yazbeck & Media Farzin are the recipients of the inaugural Moving Image Award. The Moving Image Award funds the acquisition by Tate of artwork exhibited at the fair, as selected by Tate’s Curator of Film, Stuart Comer.

Moving Image, Contemporary Video Art Fair announced that artists Alessandro Balteo Yazbeck & Media Farzin are the recipients of the inaugural Moving Image Award. The Moving Image Award funds the acquisition by Tate of artwork exhibited at the fair, as selected by Tate’s Curator of Film, Stuart Comer.

Who Will Win the Moving Image Award?

Who Will Win the Moving Image Award?

New Moving Image Fair Award Finances a Video Acquisition for the Tate Modern
Moving Image, the contemporary video art fair that runs alongside London’s Frieze, has announced a new award that will grant $10,000 to the Tate Modern for the acquisition of a new video work for its collection. Stuart Comer, the Tate’s film curator, will select the video or new media work from the array of videos on view at Moving Image. The recipient of the award will be named on October 11, the fair’s opening day.

New Moving Image Fair Award Finances a Video Acquisition for the Tate Modern

Moving Image, the contemporary video art fair that runs alongside London’s Frieze, has announced a new award that will grant $10,000 to the Tate Modern for the acquisition of a new video work for its collection. Stuart Comer, the Tate’s film curator, will select the video or new media work from the array of videos on view at Moving Image. The recipient of the award will be named on October 11, the fair’s opening day.

byoblondon2012:

Images from BYOB London 2011 as part of the first ever Moving Image: An Art Fair of Contemporary Video Art in London.

Below is the list of all artists/filmmakers who screened work.

Carmen Valerio
Screened: The Girl in the Blackwall Tunnel
http://about.me/carmenvalerio

Taylan Mutaf
Screened: All works from http://www.taylanmutaf.com/videos.asp
www.taylanmutaf.com

Josie Cockram
Screened: Light, Wait, Directed
http://josiecockram.com/

Natalia Skobeeva
Screened: Memento Mori Moscow 2011
www.skobeeva.net

Mark and Daniel Goddard
Screened: Cross Pollination
http://honeybrothers.com/

Olga Koroleva
Screened: Dialogues: White Chocolate and Jesus, part 1
www.olgakoroleva.com

Greta Alfaro
Screened: In Praise of the Beast
www.gretaalfaro.com

Claudia Tomaz
Screened: Two selections of work from the last 20 years. One selection compiles bits and pieces of Claudia’s films (features and shorts) from 1995 to 2011; The other, shows Claudia’s Mutant Paintings & Transient Forms performances (1989-2011). Claudia also used slide projectors manipulated live showing images related to the films shown.
www.claudiatomaz.com

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Exhibitors Announced for Video Art Fair Moving Image’s London Edition During Frieze

Exhibitors Announced for Video Art Fair Moving Image’s London Edition During Frieze

Moving Image Video Art Fair Announces List of Participants

Moving Image Video Art Fair Announces List of Participants