video art

Advertising Where Have All the Art Punks Gone?

Every generation has defined itself by rebellion. So where are the Gen Y revolutionaries?

Design Nike Captures The Feeling Of Running With Abstract Animation [Video]

The sports brand commissioned FIELD to create four video artworks for the launch of the new Hyperfeel shoe.

Features Multimedia Ballet Features Melting Walls & A Projected Dreamscape

A Parisian dance production utilizes virtual imagery to help create the set.

Syndicated WMMNA: Rethinking Curating -- Art After New Media

Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook examine new media art and what this means to the curatorial practice.

Work Scion Installation Tour Opens Unique Exhibition In Brooklyn [Video]

Emerging artists engage with video art in the 7th year of the charity exhibition.

Innovation Smile For London Cheers Up The Daily Commute

A competition to make playful use of newly installed advertising platforms aims to inject some fun into the urban rat race.

Work A 21st Century Bonfire

Artist Jason Eppink has created an installation that mimics the shared introspective space of an outdoor fire.

Advertising (Video) Tell No One's Lo-Fi Video Experiment

The UK-based video duo reveal their creative processes through innovative and technologically complex shorts.

Design (Video) Electrolux Turns Product Testing Into Performance Art

A new ad by Swedish artist Tobias Allanson showcases the abilities of an award winning vacuum.

Technology (Video) Objects Fall To Create Rhythm

French filmmaker and musician Renaud Hallée has created an abstract short featuring objects falling in sync to produce a systematic rhythm.

Design Walking Backwards in Times Square

'Wonderland' is a video done by digital media artist Hye Yeon Nam. Her recent submission to the Metropolis Art Prize 2009 surfaced online, showing her walking backwards in New York's Times Square.

Design (Event) Babelgum Metropolis Art Prize Public Screening In Times Square

Kick off begins at 7PM with Isabella Rossellini and broadcast via three Jumbrotron monitors in New York City's Time Square, the Babelgum Metropolis Art Prize will host a free public screening this evening.

Advertising (Video) Chris O'Shea's Hand from Above

Encouraging passerbys to question their normal routine, artist Chis O'Shea's Hand from Above project slips a bit of fun into the everyday.