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“Body Anxiety” might not #BreakTheInternet, but it is sure to spark a conversation about appropriation, the female body, gender norms, and sexism on the internet. The forthcoming exhibit by net artists Jennifer Chan and Leah Schrager (who you may recall as the Naked Therapist) opens exclusively online, featuring artwork by the likes of Kate Durbin, […]

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ANIMAL’s feature Artist’s Notebook asks artists to show us their original “idea sketch” next to a finished piece. This week, Chicago-based new media artist Jennifer Chan talks about the Yaoi roots of her video piece P.A.U.L. This is my Downloads folder. I collect digital things compulsively. I feel a strange attachment to digital files–or the way they should […]

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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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Earlier this year, the Shortest Video Art Ever Sold! project at the Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair in New York made a few headlines with the world’s first Vine sale (Shout out Angela Washko!) Ok, so there was a hacking of Vine involved, but the exciting part in the long-run is the ongoing conversation of a micro-collecting community and the work that artists […]

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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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