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09.25.13 Kyle Petreycik

Earlier this morning, Oneohtrix Point Never released a new music video directed by Jon Rafman, a contemporary artist currently exhibiting at Zach Feuer gallery. It was pulled from YouTube within minutes for what we can only assume was the brief inclusion of creepy anime porn.   Unfortunately the new video for @0pn has been removed by YouTube. […]

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06.10.13 Kyle Petreycik

Past Friday afternoon, artist and recent legal provocateur Richard Prince tweeted a link to a video in which he is seen burning one of his still disputed  “Canal Zone” paintings. The tweet has since been deleted. Rewind: Years ago, the artist was sued by photographer Patrick Cariou over the artist’s use of his photographs in a series of paintings […]

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03.12.13 Marina Galperina

Indie animator and cult hero Don Hertzfeldt has finished his renowned tour of It’s Such a Beautiful Day, the last of three connected epics — heart-wrenching short films documenting the life and trials of Bill. There’s something very wrong with Bill. Giant fish-heads come out of his skull. Hertzfeldt is as known for his stick-figure, hand-drawn style […]

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06.08.12 Justin Durazzo

Last night, the 2012 Vimeo Festival Awards were hosted at NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts just south of Washington Square Park. Accolades were given for more than a dozen categories including documentary, motion graphics, experimental video, captured, action sports and a newly featured lyrical genre. Young creative types in checkered shirts and TOMS […]

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01.12.11 Bucky Turco

Crazy Sarah Palin isn’t about to sit idly by while people criticize her fiery rhetoric and has once again taken to the internets and this time she’s using Vimeo. Yup, the crosshairs-placing pundit fiercely defended herself using the video sharing site all the cool kids prefer. […]

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07.30.10 Marina Galperina

Vimeo Festival takes on the Guggenheim’s YouTube contest with a mixed bag of judges of their own: M.I.A., David Lynch, Adam Quirk of Wreck & Salvage, a bunch o’ video production and animation peeps, an ethics professor and more to be announced. […]

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12.16.09 Cajun Boy

Back in September, we mocked and ridiculed ASCAP and BMI for seeking to charge consumers each time they previewed a song by listening to the 30-second previews provided by sites like iTunes. Now music industry executives, the fucksticks at Capital Records to be precise, are taking retardation to the next level by suing Vimeo for […]

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