interview

The Internet, Then and Now: An Interview with Olia Lialina

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 […]

7 Question Interview with Jeremy Boxer, Director of the 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards

  Dec. 13, 2011 — Vimeo, the amiable filmmaker and artist friendly video-hosting service, opened submissions today for the second Vimeo Festival + Awards, “which celebrates the most creative and original videos online and the individuals that make them.” Beginning today through February 20, 2012, filmmakers can submit their works for consideration in one of […]

Seven Question Interview with Matt McCormick, Portland-based Filmmaker and Artist

Matt McCormick is an ardent filmmaker and artist who resides in Portland, Oregon. He is an eminent maker in the avant-garde and independent sphere of cinema — voted one of the best filmmakers of the 21st century, according to a poll conducted by the Film Society of the Lincoln Center — Matt found early success […]

Interview with Rafaël Rozendaal

Viewing the art of Rafaël Rozendaal evokes a warm and curious feeling: he produces incredible work, featuring bold and beautiful graphic, thoughtful use of color and eloquent animation, lifting the digital canvas to higher plane. Rozendaal is an artist from Amsterdaam, Netherlands, and he makes websites as art pieces, those pieces are sold with domain […]

7 Question Interview with Petra Cortright

Petra Cortright is an internet artist who currently resides in California, whose work plies the territory of webcam performance, visual art, video art, the internet, and more. Petra Cortright was born in 1986, in Santa Barbara, California, and has has resided in New York City, New York; Portland, Oregon; Toyko, Japan; and Berlin, Germany. She is […]

7 Question Interview with Duncan Malashock, Brooklyn-based Artist and Filmmaker

Duncan Malashock is a Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker whose work we have featured before — that being his 2006 piece, Road, and Pyramid (2008). His work was featured in the recent REFRESH exhibit at the AXIOM Center for New and Experimental Media. Duncan makes “analog videos that are concerned with the history of creative technology.” […]