Post-Internet & the Moving Image Wed March 22, 2017, 5pm The 55th Ann Arbor Film Festival Plenty has been said about the term “Post-Internet Art,” and since the term emerged sometime around 2010, it has glided throughout the contemporary art lexicon inciting both adulation and contention. Little has been said about “Post-Internet Cinema,” a term […]
BYOB CHICAGO IV Saturday, April 23, 2016 at Mana Contemporary Chicago 2233 S Throop St., Chicago, IL, 60608 8pm–11pm (6th floor) BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) is a simple art exhibition format wherein artists bring a projector (beamer) to an open space and project moving images for one night only.
Olia Lialina, a Russian born German-based internet artist and media-art theorist, has been creating internet art since back in the days of HTML frames, most notably with her 1996 web art project “My Boyfriend Came Back From the War,” which has inspired many remixes by other artists, and is cited in academic textbooks. Other notable projects […]
Ann Veronica Janssens Untitled, 2015 On view at Bortolami Gallery until Feb 20, 2016.
“Original GIFs” by Olia Lialina 2005 Olia Lialina, an internet artist and theorist, models herself in this series of animated gifs.
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