video installation

video installation

An Ancient Water Reservoir in Malta Gets a Stunning Immersive Installation

Tourists visiting the Cittadella get a 360-degree, projection-mapped history lesson.
Maya-Roisin Slater
4.11.17
Installation

Traditional Chinese Scroll Painting Comes to Life in an Algorithmically Animated Projection

Howie Tsui’s ‘Retainers of Anarchy’ exhibition spans 25 meters at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Nathaniel Ainley
4.5.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

Richard Mosse Trains His Lens on the Refugee Crisis Using Weapons-Grade Cameras

Mosse's images show heat, as opposed to light.
Richard Mosse
2.15.17
Art

[NSFW] Nude Performance Artists Recreate an Optical Illusion

But, which way is she spinning?
Nathaniel Ainley
12.12.16
Art

Meet the Arts Collective Pioneering Hyper-Local, High-Tech Activism

Complex Movements channels quantum physics and philosophy into performance art.
Kara Weisenstein
11.8.16
Art

British Video Art Pioneer Mark Leckey Gets an NYC Show

This fall, the art icon behind 'Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore' gets a proper retrospective at MoMA PS1.
Kara Weisenstein
9.16.16
Art

How One Artist Turned CCTV into Her Own Self-Portrait Machine

Jill Magid’s 'Evidence Locker' was comprised of an archive of edited video footage and poetic file requests to civil servants.
Shana Nys Dambrot
8.2.16
Art

An Astronaut, a Gorilla, and 400 Years of Forced Migration

Artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah’s new film installations tell stories of nostalgic longing and migratory disconnect.
Andrew Nunes
7.25.16
Film

Experience Morocco Through the Eyes of an Anthropomorphic Fly

Artist Meriem Bennani fuses documentary footage with cartoonish post-production in her first institutional solo exhibition.
Andrew Nunes
7.20.16
Design

Futuristic Body Armor for Police Violence Activists

Gan Golan, artistic director of The Argus Project, talks building a wearable body armor sculpture to highlight police violence and surveillance.
DJ Pangburn
5.5.16
Art

New York's Funny Faces Get Even Bigger

Get into these giant, slow-mo portraits of New Yorkers.
Becky Chung
12.31.15
Art

This Glitch Art Video Wall Is Like Being Inside a Broken Computer

Enter the mind of a machine in Norimichi Hirakawa's massive video sculpture, 'The Indivisible (Prototype No. 1).'
Nathaniel Ainley
10.16.15
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