Streaming Museum has launched Nordic Outbreak, an internationally touring exhibition of Nordic moving image artworks curated for public spaces, with a new version of the video by Björk, “Mutual Core”, directed by Andrew Thomas Huang. This video by David Bates, Jr., captures the experience across 15 of the largest screens in Times Square.
Art Plural Gallery and Streaming Museum are pleased to present a new public work by Spanish artist Tom Carr.
The sounds of nature, jazz, electronic and ancient instruments by Jaron Lanier, David Rothenberg, Scanner. Video by Tereza Stehlikova.
Teru Kuwayama, journalist, in Afghanistan
One-Eight is an experimental media project, funded by a 2010 Stanford University Newschallenge Grant to Teru Kuwayama, to use an online journal – basetrack.org, to chronicle the events of a military battalion by connecting the personnel, their families and other…
Maurice Benayoun Occupies the Financial District, NYC
Renowned French media artist Maurice Benayoun converses with Tanya Toft as they visit Wall Street, Zuccotti Park, the World Trade Center, Trinity Church and St. Pauls in New York City’s Financial District. [30:00] Transcript of the video,”Maurice Benayoun Occupies the…
Michael Najjar Plans Virgin Galactic Space Travel
German media artist, Michael Najjar met with Streaming Museum Associate Curator, Tanya Toft in New York City for a conversation about his 2013 space flight on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic. Najjar talks about his training with Russian Astronauts for space…
John Cage’s “Lecture On The Weather” – a political statement relevent today
Commissioned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Observance of the BiCentennial of the United States of America, 1976 Cage set the tone for “Lecture on the Weather” (1976) in a recorded preface as he stated his political, social, and environmental concerns regarding…
Wilson Miner…“We shape our tools and our tools shape us.”
“We shape our tools and our tools shape us.” As more of the tools we live with become digital instead of physical, our opportunity – and responsibility – as designers is multiplying. We live in a world of screens, and we are the ones…
Streaming Museum presents contemporary-themed exhibitions of international fine arts, pop culture and interdisciplinary synergies to a global audience via the Internet and an expanding network of big screens worldwide, and at partnering cultural centers.
Produced and broadcast in New York City, Streaming Museum generates content in collaboration with a variety of cultural and educational organizations, prominent and emerging visual and performing artists, curators, and visionaries across fields.
Streaming Museum’s program content can be considered ‘contemporary hieroglyphs’ that express ideas that speak across cultures in our visually oriented, globally interconnected, hyper-information age.
Streaming Museum opened on January 29, 2008, exhibiting “Good Morning Mr. Orwell” (1984) precisely at the same moment on one public screen on each of seven continents: Johannesburg, South Africa; Antarctica, Jubany Scientific Base of Argentina; Seoul, Korea; Melbourne, Australia; London, UK; Dallas, Texas; Montevideo, Uruguay; as well as Second Life.
Since then, Streaming Museum exhibitions been viewed at public screens in over 55 international locations, as well as arts festivals, and cultural centers, and its website, streamingmuseum.org.
Nina Colosi, Founder, Creative Director firstname.lastname@example.org
David Bates, Jr., Co-producer, Videographer email@example.com
Tanya Toft, Associate Curator, Denmark/NYC firstname.lastname@example.org
Antarctica and South America: Andrea Juan, Artist / Curator / Head of Cultural Projects National Antarctic Affairs of Argentina Chancellery
Africa: Marcus Neustetter, Artist / Curator, Johannesburg, South Africa
Asia: Dooeun Choi, curator, Art Center Nabi, Seoul, Korea
Europe and Australia: Mirjam Struppek, International Urban Media Consultant and Researcher
Second Life: James Morgan, Director Ars Virtua
Advisors / Collaborators:
Janet Bellotto, Curator / Artist / Co-chair Department of Art and Design, Zayed University, Dubai
Alana Esposito, freelance journalist focusing on international relations and contemporary art; Contributing writer for Streaming Museum
Shamina de Gonzaga, Executive Director, World Council of Peoples for the United Nations, Former Special Advisor on NGO Relations, UN General Assembly
Sherrill Kazan, President, World Council of Peoples for the United Nations
Marnie Muller, Co-Founder, Aboard Spaceship Earth Project
Lara Sedbon, Streaming Museum development, France, Singapore and Southeast Asia
Berta Sichel, Independent curator working internationally and Curator at Large at the Reina Sofia, Madrid
Marty St. James, Artist / Professor of Fine Art, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Yara Travieso, Choreographer, Intermedia artist, NYC