The Perpetual Art Machine [PAM] presenting more than 600 videos at the International Contemporary Art Fair SCOPE NewYork by over 400 emerging and established artists from 60 countries, [PAM] allows the visitor to become part of the curatorial process.
Two of them are my last two videos (“Mr. President let me challenge you to face his” 1 and 2).
You can view them:
Scope New York returns for its sixth-straight year with its new location. Featuring galleries from four continents and 20 countries, including China,Mexico, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Italy, France, Belgium, the Netherlands,Norway, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Spain, and Canada, Scope New York 2007 isthe most internationally diverse fair to date. Scope’s sixty-fiveinternational exhibitors will uphold its unique tradition of one-person andthematic group shows presented alongside museum-quality programming,collector tours, screenings, and special events. The fair opens daily at 10AM.
Perpetual Art Machine [PAM] is a living global archive in excess of 1000 21st century video art works from over 600 artists living in over 60 countries. Launched in December 2005, [PAM] resulted from an innovative art and technology collaboration between artists Lee Wells, Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski and Aaron Miller. As a living archive, [PAM] has attracted to its website over 100,000 visitors and more than 3.8 million hits, with a daily average of 600 new visitors. More than an on-line archive, [PAM] combines its global database of video artists with leading edge software design and a duel interactive touch screen system, giving audience members / users of [PAM] the unique opportunity to be their own curator and exhibitor of video art. This takes part in large scale and immersive installations where the work is projected on surround screens. Recently [PAM] has exhibited at numerous film and art festivals including Arts Basel, the Split Film Festival, Croatia and Scope Art Fairs in New York, London, Miami and the Hamptons. [PAM] has also been invited to curate a select screening of Latin American and Chinese artist as part of a special project to the 2nd Moscow Biennial called “We Are Your Future”, chief curated by Ethan Cohen and Juan Puntes. Installations of [PAM] in California, Washington DC and London are currently in negotiation.