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09.23.10 Marina Galperina

One of the videos short-listed for exhibition at the Guggenheim in YouTube exhibit is a juxtaposition of Call of Duty gameplay and the U.S. Army’s “collateral murder” snuff video from WikiLeaks. […]

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09.20.10 Marina Galperina

Check out the Guggenheim’s shortlist for their YouTube Play video art biennial here and peek our mini-sampler below. Apparently, banned nudity was ok… as long as it was animated, avant-garde and WTF as hell. […]

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07.23.10 Marina Galperina

As the official star-studded judging panel is announced for the Guggenheim’s YouTube video art Biennial (meet the judges below), YouTube gets more active in censoring nudity in uploaded video art works. Their passive-aggressive nudity policy and Guggenheim’s refusal to consider video art from U.S.-sanctioned countries like Cuba and Iran casts a disconcerting light on this […]

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06.14.10 Marina Galperina

The Guggenheim Museum wants your video art. In a collaboration with YouTube, YouTube Play will pick 20-25 works to exhibit come October and, despite slick samples playing in their competition trailer, they’re encouraging amateurs to submit (by July 31st.) […]

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