Artist Steve Roden presents a live electronic piece created with audio and video samples collected from SCI-Arc.
Video Archive | Video art (12)
M. C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel perform some of their music, which includes audience participation and pre-recorded video segments. The video sequences range from the abstract forms to portrayals of burning skin, with sound samples corresponding to the on-screen segments.
Christopher Michlig presents his recent work as a Los Angeles based installation artist. The projects documented were completed between 2007 and 2008, and encompass collage, typography and video art. Michlig presents his influences and interest in biographical work. Finally, Michlig
discusses the political and social issues inherent in his work.
Michlig presents MacArthur, one of his experiments in video art. He explains that the image of the dissolving cake is a recontextualization of a historic and political image. Michlig then considers the role of the viewer, arguing that he is simultaneously enthralled and appalled by the cake’s erasure. Finally, he discusses Franz Kafka’s story In the Penal Colony and that work’s relationship to language.
The image for this video is very dark throughout. Mikko Heikkinen presents projects completed by his firm Heikkinen-Komonem Architects. Projects include the embassy of Finland in Guinea, and a molecular biology laboratory in Germany. Heikkinen shares with the audience a 15 minute video made by Swiss artist George Steinman and designed for the laboratory’s foyer.
Mikko Heikkinen shows slides and discusses the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics laboratory in Germany. Heikkinen shares with the audience a 15 minute video made by Swiss artist George Steinman and designed for the laboratory’s foyer.
Diana Thater shows her site-specific video installation Broken Circle, and explains her intentions. Afterwards, she answers questions from the audience.
Diana Thater discusses her work in video and film installations. She reviews the progression of her career, highlighting significant projects, explaining her process, and discussing her intentions.