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Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 10 years ago

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_utzVYSEiA

cute stop motion animation for a Go Genre Everything trak.




Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 10 years ago

Julian Oliver’s Levelhead, awesome project. Will be shown in prix ars electronica exhibition this coming september

http://selectparks.net/~julian/share/movies/levelHead-speedRun13.ogg

The file will play on any platform in the free VLC


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 10 years ago

More about the project here http://julianoliver.com/levelhead


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

Art for Arts Sake

Champagne, anyone? In the refined elegance of a Sydney auction house, dealers, collectors and art aficionados contentedly celebrate the sale of a Picasso portrait for $5.75 million, an Australian record.

Thousands of kilometres away a group of mostly elderly Aboriginal artists sit in the red dust of central Australia, churning out paintings for a middleman who oversees their output and pays them in cash or cars. Another group produces more pictures from poky rooms in a highway motel…

link for video at lower right


anonymous said 9 years ago

Awesome Japaneses Stop Motion Gore


anonymous said 9 years ago

Showreel finder looks like a good website. This is Anto Skene’s awesome video artwork of dissolving pills…

http://www.showreelfinder.com/name/Anto_Skene/?reel_id=857


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

Not Quite Art – documentary by Marcus Westbury screening on the ABC. The second series explores how technology is affecting the production, distribution and definition of what art and culture is. Great stuff!

ABC let you watch the videos online as they are screened (Tuesday evenings, GMT+10)

http://www.abc.net.au/tv/notquiteart/


failed_artist said 9 years ago

Gallery 101 on Collins st in Melbourne has a live rooftop web-cam

http://www.101collins.com.au/rooftop.php


Art.Base said 9 years ago

The Art Newspaper has got a new online TV channel…

http://www.theartnewspaper.tv/



Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

?Recollecting Adams? is a 25-part web-based animation series that will
conclude in December 2009. A new episode will launch every two weeks.
The people of Adams, Massachusetts are gifted storytellers. People in
Adams really know its history and love sharing it. They weave their
personal family stories into a rich history of immigration, the mills, the
Church and more, across several generations. ?Recollecting Adams? is a
2008 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc., (aka Ether-Ore)
for its Turbulence web site.

You need Flash 9 to view these animations.

http://transition.turbulence.org/Works/recollecting


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

So much great video,

Cornel’s new music video, muppetry by Gus Kemp http://quamusic.com/circles


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

So wrong! Like every good night out should be.


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

… You should really watch that video, its awesome!

Here’s an older piece by Geronimo Collective, I admit to having used many of the same final cut pro effects

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=evG3xJzc5eE&feature=channel_page


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

Haven’t watched these but Vernissage TV has 1,000 videos of art exhibition openings, interviews etc. Sounds great

Here’s we make money not art’s interview

http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com/archives/2009/02/-vernissage-tv-is.php


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 9 years ago

Quite an interesting video about the architectural redevelopment of the Museum of Modern Art in NY…

only a few minutes long. Explains some of the challenges they faced very well.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2008/05/01/nyregion/20080501_COLUMBUS.html