Video Art Pioneer Nam June Paik stars in Smithsonian American Art Museum exhibition

Video Art Pioneer Nam June Paik stars in Smithsonian American Art Museum exhibition

MTV, MoMA PS1 and Creative Time today unveiled a second round of the innovative video-art series ART BREAKS. Featuring five thirty-second videos by a variety of bold young artists, this latest installment of the series, which launched earlier this year, will debut on MTV, MTV.com, MTV’s Facebook page, and on a dedicated Tumblr page on Thursday, November 15, and will continue regularly through April 2013.

MTV, MoMA PS1 and Creative Time today unveiled a second round of the innovative video-art series ART BREAKS. Featuring five thirty-second videos by a variety of bold young artists, this latest installment of the series, which launched earlier this year, will debut on MTVMTV.com, MTV’s Facebook page, and on a dedicated Tumblr page on Thursday, November 15, and will continue regularly through April 2013.

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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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