One-Way Color Tunnel, Olafur Eliasson, 2007 Many viewers will have a blast pondering some of Olafur Eliasson’s exhibition Take Your Time at the Dallas Museum of Art — and some will be bored by part of it. An easy enough prediction; one could say it about any exhibition. But I also predict that, afterwards, there [...]
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Get the Flash Player to see this content. The Amon Carter Museum will present its first-ever video installation beginning November 15 — a single, 18-minute, five-channel work occupying an entire gallery. Originally commissioned by the North Dakota Museum of Art as part of its series on the “Emptying out of the Plains,” The Plains of [...]
With the Impressionists at the Kimbell and all the King Tut hooplah taking over the Dallas Museum of Art, you might not have noticed that the other blockbuster exhibition in the area — and one that’s just a leettle more contemporary and risk-taking than the other two — closes this weekend. It’s your last chance [...]
Guest blogger Bart Weiss is Director of the Dallas Video Festival and president of Video Association of Dallas. We are going to have an exhibit of the posters of our 21 years the day before the festival (new dates: Nov. 7-9) I really love our posters, all of them. There are many parts of doing [...]
The Winspear Opera House will be a downtown beacon — covered in red glass. OK, so no one will miss it. But why red? And how did they make it so rich and shiny?
The subtitle for this mesmerizing little video is “500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art,” which helps explain one of the fascinating things about it: the facial continuities, the remarkable similarities among the women whom painters have selected and painted over the centuries. After all, there are no ancient Egyptian, Chinese or African women [...]
The interwebs are littered with criticism that classical music is too stuffy, staid and self-absorbed to survive in the current on-demand, über-processed climate – and some critics cite the drop in ticket and CD sales as proof that the genre is dying. There are plenty of examples to the contrary, however, particularly in Europe – [...]
Scene from “The Key Party” by MediaTech Institute, one of the entries in the 24-Hour Video Race —————————————————- 24-Hour Arty People: Audio version of this story: Scott McCloud’s 24-Hour Comics Page with the origin of the Dare Christian Hill’s Comics Prof site International Documentary Challenge (St. Louis short documentaries made in five days) National Twenty-four [...]