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Video Recycled

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Sara Ching-Yu Sun, Ben Coonley, Bill Domonkos, Bryan Konesky, Ryan Lamb, Elizabeth Leister, Kelly Sears, Angie Waller, and Animal Charm


Dates

02.05.11- 02.28.2011

Location

218 N Promenade Long Beach

Info

“Video: Recycled”
Produced by FAR (Foundation for Art Resources)
Feb. 5 – Feb 28, 2011
Opening Reception Feb. 12, 6pm-9pm
D-Block Projects 218 N Promenade, Long Beach, CA 90802
“Video: Recycled” is an exhibition of contemporary video work from artists who find ways to recycle video, film, and printed material that was presumably made for a different intention. The artists in “Video: Recycled” appropriate moving images, recontextualize content, re-examine the aesthetics of video, and address different methods of presentation.
History:
Long Beach, California has a long history of video art, highlighted by the Long Beach Museum of Art that formerly housed one of the largest video art collections in the world. Historically, FAR (Foundation for Art Resources) often collaborated with the museum to contribute to the presentation and creation of video art in Long Beach. FAR would support video art programs such as the “Video Night Series” and other video and film based events. The exhibition “Video: Recycled” continues FAR’s tradition of presenting contemporary and experimental video art.
Artists:
Participating artists include: Sara Ching-Yu Sun, Ben Coonley, Bill Domonkos, Bryan Konesky, Ryan Lamb, Elizabeth Leister, Kelly Sears, Angie Waller, and Animal Charm.
More Info.
info@dblockprojects.com | dblockprojects.com
Media Contacts:
info@farsited.org | farsited.org | (949) 290-1035
Sponsors:
Video: Recyled is made possible by FAR (Foundation for Art Resources), Arts Council Long Beach, Mexicali Biennial, D-Block Projects, and Phantom Galleries.