Results for Category 'Interviews'
Interview: A conversation between Kathy Rae Huffman and Julie Lazar.
... In fact I think video artists have been most resistant to working with new media...
Interview: An interview with Matthew Gansallo
... new technofrenzy, video game playing stuff...
Interview: Multi-Multi-Media: an interview with Barbara London
... At that time, video didn’t exist in MoMA...
Interview: An interview with Larry Rinder
... it applies to video and film and any of these things...
Interview: An interview with Christiane Paul
... means of video documentation and photography, and I also very much believe in keeping a record of the process...
Interview: An interview with Benjamin Weil.
...mediated by the video projector, the computer screen, the loudspeaker, and so on.
I think that it is specifically the freedom to work with 'all that which is mediated', that makes this job appealing ...
Interview: Small Enough ... an interview with Liane Davison
... response to our video exhibit...
Interview: Critical Curatorial Cybermedia course: an interview with Liliane Schneiter
... dedicated to video art in the Centre pour l[SQ]image Contemporaine...
Interview: Videotage Hong Kong: An interview with Ellen Pau
... I bought my first video camera in a shop for tourists so it was an American standard video camera...
Interview: Interview with Christiane Erharter.
... graphic design or video production to make a living...
Interview: Interview with Michele Thursz.
... exhibition, this video series...
Interview: Interview with Nathalie Anglès and Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria.
... example, editing video in Linux is probably not as pleasant as using Apple software...
Interview: Interview with Michael Mandiberg.
... we want. We made a video and blog posts, and sent it out into the world...
Interview: Interview with Rudolf Frieling.
... that on video and were then were putting it onto YouTube and so on...
Interview: Interview with Miki Fukuda.
... not emerge from video art...
Interview: Interview with Yukiko Shikata.
... of the work by video and sound (like performance pieces, because most of media art works are time-based, experience-based) would be the most fundamental way for archiving...