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#tbt 'Confused' #1984 #video #production #photo by @cleflufy #sexuality #oozing Distributed by @vtapevideoart @vivomediaarts

 

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#tbt ‘Confused’ #1984 #video #production #photo by @cleflufy #sexuality #oozing Distributed by @vtapevideoart @vivomediaarts

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#MIMMiC #video now online #vimeo #mobile #interactive #modular #multiscreen #ipad #canvas #newmedia #videoart platform developed by #onmaingallery #paulwongprojects #artist #art @rakasis @soar55 @evannsiebens @christinedwallace @adamyhill https://vimeo.com/147660548

 

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#MIMMiC #video now online #vimeo #mobile #interactive #modular #multiscreen #ipad #canvas #newmedia #videoart platform developed by #onmaingallery #paulwongprojects #artist #art @rakasis @soar55 @evannsiebens @christinedwallace @adamyhill https://vimeo.com/147660548

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http://www.thebelgoreport.com/2015/10/paul-wongs-multi-verse-life-in-gif-format. Le Mois de la Photo Paul Wong Multiverse September 10 – October 10, 2015 www.joyceyahoudagallery.com A wall of flickering images depicts the many details of multimedia artist Paul Wong’s daily life. Each image is visible for no more than half a second. The viewer is struck by the overwhelming quantity of content, and by the obsessive collecting that allowed its creation. Some of the GIFs include: geometric abstractions, a blooming rose, an iPhone message asking for confirmation to delete a photo, and a naked backside seen under a Pop Art filter. The personal mixes with the public, the figurative with the abstract, and the amateur with the professional. The images burn with the intensity of the everyday. Capturing and exploring identity through digital imagery has always been an integral part of Wong’s practice. As one of Canada’s most respected, and prolific, artists he investigates what it is to be oneself in a society where it’s easy to be engulfed by overwhelming external influences and perspectives. Throughout his 40-year career, Wong has seen different technologies come and go. For many years, he carried two heavy cameras everywhere he went – one for video, and one for still photographs. Nowadays, his kit is much lighter. At a talk to open his exhibit Multi-Verse at Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal (MPM), he explained how smart phones have revolutionized his practice, saying, “Since I got the iPhone 6, it’s all I carry.” This new media aspect of Wong’s works allows it to speak to what MPM curator, Joan Fontcuberta, identifies as the establishment of a “new visual order”. As one of the biennial’s key conceptual frameworks, this idea incorporates the notion that society’s relationship with the image is fundamentally changing. Nowadays, images are: largely digital, readily available, and easily transmissible. Their now ubiquitous nature means individuals communicate via images on a day-to-day basis. Wong presents four pieces as part of the exhibit. Each work offers us a glimpse into the artist’s world, and most are an expression of his…

 

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http://www.thebelgoreport.com/2015/10/paul-wongs-multi-verse-life-in-gif-format. Le Mois de la Photo
Paul Wong
Multiverse
September 10 – October 10, 2015
www.joyceyahoudagallery.com

A wall of flickering images depicts the many details of multimedia artist Paul Wong’s daily life. Each image is visible for no more than half a second. The viewer is struck by the overwhelming quantity of content, and by the obsessive collecting that allowed its creation. Some of the GIFs include: geometric abstractions, a blooming rose, an iPhone message asking for confirmation to delete a photo, and a naked backside seen under a Pop Art filter. The personal mixes with the public, the figurative with the abstract, and the amateur with the professional. The images burn with the intensity of the everyday.

Capturing and exploring identity through digital imagery has always been an integral part of Wong’s practice. As one of Canada’s most respected, and prolific, artists he investigates what it is to be oneself in a society where it’s easy to be engulfed by overwhelming external influences and perspectives. Throughout his 40-year career, Wong has seen different technologies come and go. For many years, he carried two heavy cameras everywhere he went – one for video, and one for still photographs. Nowadays, his kit is much lighter. At a talk to open his exhibit Multi-Verse at Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal (MPM), he explained how smart phones have revolutionized his practice, saying, “Since I got the iPhone 6, it’s all I carry.” This new media aspect of Wong’s works allows it to speak to what MPM curator, Joan Fontcuberta, identifies as the establishment of a “new visual order”. As one of the biennial’s key conceptual frameworks, this idea incorporates the notion that society’s relationship with the image is fundamentally changing. Nowadays, images are: largely digital, readily available, and easily transmissible. Their now ubiquitous nature means individuals communicate via images on a day-to-day basis. Wong presents four pieces as part of the exhibit. Each work offers us a glimpse into the artist’s world, and most are an expression of his…

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#rickerickson #experiential #art by rafael Lozano-hammer 'External Interior' 2015 , 1600 one-way #mirror #sphere #ball #bitformsgallery #nyc

 

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#rickerickson #experiential #art by rafael Lozano-hammer ‘External Interior’ 2015 , 1600 one-way #mirror #sphere #ball #bitformsgallery #nyc

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