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Video 2000 celebrates the culmination of the role of video technology and its use as an artistic medium in the latter part of the 20th century, and the beginning of its application into the aesthetics and modalities of the coming century. By presenting major video installations by cutting edge artists , both nationally and internationally known as well as regional within the state of Ohio, Video 2000 focuses on video as a tool for creative expression. Areas of exploration include the use of video as an extended performance or personal journal medium; as a means of social and cultural commentary; as an interactive integration of space and time; and as a means of incorporating digital technology and explorations in cyberspace into the creation of video as a fine art.

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Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University




Video installations (Art); Paik, Naim June 1932-2006; Davis, Douglas 1933-2014; Teramana, Diane; Yong, Kok; Britton, Benjamin


Art and Design | Art Practice | Arts and Humanities | Fine Arts

Video 2000



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