In this week NEW playlist we have quite some different videos of art."Notre histoire…"Palais de Tokyo, Paris, is a show that looks to the future, an exhibition that embodies tomorrow's memory today. Emerging artists in France already constitute the very stuff of our future. Because of its commitment, the Palais de Tokyo is following a history as it is being written in the present.
Like the exhibition “Light Works/ LichtWerke”, MUMOK Factory, Vienna, provides revealing insights into the manifold uses of light in art since the 1960s, ranging from the Fluxus movement, Minimal and Conceptual Art, photographs, neo-conceptual tendencies from the 1980s to contemporary media art. The show explores the connections between light and painting, sculpting, and spatial design as well as its relation with language.
Paris-based collective, Pleix have just finished their new clip called Birds for Vitalic. The clip features extreme slow-motion footage of dogs jumping and barking, beautifully shot with some 80s retro neon-style lighting (actually projections).
Further we present London Underground's public art programme Platform for Art; designed to showcase and celebrate a rich and vibrant art scene.
The Story 2 of Media Portraits of the Liberties by Valentina Nisi.The Media Portrait of the Liberties concerns the development, production, and interactive delivery of multiple short stories about the Dublin Liberties community.
From January 26 through March 26, 2006, Witte de With, center for contemporary art, is presenting Satellite of Love, in association with the TENT. Center for Visual Arts and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR). During the festival (January 25 - February 5, 2006), Satellite of Love will be the nerve center for the Exploding Television section of the IFFR’s program. representation.
Karma Physics< Elvis by Brody Condon is a modification of the first person shooter computer game Unreal 2003. As the viewer camera floats through an infinite pink afterlife, twitching multiples of Elvis are controlled by the original game's "Karma Physics" real-time physics system - generally used to simulate realistic game character death.
Postvinyl (Space Age Tool for the DJ, 2005) by Mathias Fuchs is a project in progress developing space age tools for the DJ. Our current game level contains recordplayers, records, sleeves and posters to be viewed at the discretion of the virtual DJ. The level was built for stage performances of DJs Olliver Farshi (UK) and Andy Odia (UK), Canadian DJ Michelle, Finno-Mancunian DJ Teemu Metsala, and Mathias Fuchs (AT/ GB). The current version enables the DJ to scratch in V-space.
Hope you will enjoy the videos,