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When I proposed to create a project in which the anonymized women — accounted for as flags or notches in the writings of Bang author Roosh V — have a space to share their perspective on their sexual exchanges with him, I did not expect to end up having a two hour long interview with […]

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The Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair in South Bank, London has just opened. Earlier, we posted that Kyle Chayka and I curated an installation of 19 artists, 17 selfie-based video art pieces (all 30 seconds or shorter) with an interactive booth. It’s there. ATTENTION FELLOW PRESS PPL: Let me answer this Q 4u… Are […]

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Tomorrow night, we’re throwing a party! With DJs! And video art projections! And a burlesque performance! And dancing! You should come. G1RLZ NI†E  has amassed a great line-up of visual artists. We were going for selfie and net-based projections as a pop-up art experiment co-opting a club aesthetic… and we ended up curating a show. Oops. ・゚✧*:・゚✧*:・゚✧*:・゚#GIRLZNITE FEATURED ARTISTS […]

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On the last day of the Moving Image Contemporary Art Fair, project The Shortest Video Art  Ever Sold! #SVAES sold a Vine. You may have read in the Guardian about it today, lulz. Yesterday, the transaction was made by Magda Sawon at the Postmasters Gallery. Tits on Tits on Ikea (2013), Angela Washko, #SVAES. Collection of Myriam Vanneschi vine.co/v/bdugbvxYtYO — […]

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Last week, the new 6-second video sharing social network phenomenon Vine was slapped with an NC-17 rating,  because of all the naughty content. And so, ANIMAL launched… Completely not associated with Vine or Twitter, yey. WE HAVE FESTIVAL RULES UPDATES (see below). To enter, Vine us a 6 second video of something naughty, brave and arty with the […]

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ANIMAL’s new feature Artist’s Notebook asks artists to show us their idea sketch next to a finished piece. This week, Angela Washko demonstrates How to Explain Unequal Exchange to Live Sheep. […]

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