[Video highlights] THE NEWS, a Multi-media Reality Opera by JacobTV at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. And a conversation – “Are We Consuming the News—or Is It Consuming Us?”
[Videos] Tackling World Affairs with Hilarious Political Satire: John Oliver in the US, Bassem Youssef in Egypt, and Miao Fu and Wang Sheng in China.
[Videos & Gallery] Jonathan Monaghan’s surreal animations explore wealth, power, and values in the digital age, with characters and objects from science fiction, advertising, video games and art history.
[Feature Story by Alana Chloe Esposito] Getting the Real News from the Arts, Political Satire and Social Media. Featuring art by Federico Solmi, Teru Kuwayama, JacobTV, and the political satire of Jon Stewart.
[Essay & Videos] Transmedia social protest from the viewpoints of Spanish sociologist Manuel Castells and Dutch composer JacobTV’s reality opera THE NEWS premiered at the Metropolitan Museum.
[Video] Social Movements and the Fashion Industry, featuring Paris Hilton, Russell Simmons, Fran Lebowitz, Tim Pool and others Occupy Fashion Week NYC. From the archive of videos by Streaming Museum.
[Video, studio visit] Stephanie Rothenberg’s “Reversal of Fortune: Garden of Virtual Kinship” explores the intersection of social media, philanthropy and finance. Part 2 of Juliette’s Yuan’s “The Artist’s Creative Process” series.
[Videos] Lincoln Schatz: The Network part 3, videoart portraits of innovative leadership in Washington, D.C. from the collection of The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.
RYOJI IKEDA, Japan’s leading electronic composer & visual artist, takes over Times Square with “test pattern [times square]”. Video by Streaming Museum.
[Video] Times Square Midnight Moment
The Story and Kinetic Sound Sculptures of Mo H. Zareei, his Brutalist Noise Ensemble and the Artists and Brutalist Architecture in Tehran that Influenced Him
[Videos & Gallery] Includes Kinetic art of Trimpin, Bernier, Messier, Zimoun, and Pe Lang.
[Video & Gallery] A dramatic setting for the exhibition of “Meditations On Work” by Norwegian artist Beathe C. Roenning.
[Video, audio] Imagine the future where humans and technology are integrated.