This is an anthology of theoretical texts on video art from Spain and Asia. It is published as part of the project 'Crossing East-West Narratives by the End of Video Art', conceived by Casa Asia, organised by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, and exhibited at La Tabacalera, Madrid (December 2011 to February 2012). The project explores the possibility of interweaving narratives from Spain, India, China, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia. This volume is presented in hopes of retrieving theoretical work carried out by researchers, historians, critics and curators over the last decade on digital narratives, the production and distribution of video, the future of digital arts on the Net and the expanded field of the moving image.

A list of works and participating artists is provided in the appendix, but note this is not a catalogue of the exhibition.
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Location code REF.BMG2
Language

English, 

Spanish

Publication/Creation date

2012

No of pages

776

ISBN / ISSN

9788493636395

No of copies

1

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
I. Where Are You From?
The Generic 'Video' as a Story-telling Machine (2012)

- Menene Gras BALAGUER

A New Sphere for Public Discourse and Media Art (2006)
The 'Move on Asia' Project (2011)

- SUH Jinsuk, 서진석

II. Locating and Archiving for Another Video Art History
Exceptional Routines. Video Art since 1990 (2003)

- Manuel SAIZ

A World New Order? (2006)

- Fumihiko SUMITOMO, 住友文彥

Using Video in the Early Days (2007)

- Johan PIJNAPPEL

Video, the Most Significant Medium in Contemporary Art (2007)

- SUNG Yonghee, 성용희

I Never Go Out without My Camera (2006)

- HOU Hanru, 侯瀚如

Panorama from the Bridge: The Evolution of Videoart in Spain through Independent Initiatives and Those by Artist Collectives (2011)

- Nekane ARAMBURU

Not All But Some (From the Other Side) (2011)

- Blanca DE LA TORRE, Imma PRIETO

III. Thinking Video Art Forms: Its Production and Distribution
Rethinking Video Art (2006)

- Kentaro TAKI, 瀧健太郎

Diluted Video (2007)

- Susana BLAS

Beyond the Limits of Video Art (2006)

- SEO Hyunsuk, 서현석

Notes on the Promotion and Distribution of Video (2003)

- Neus MIRO

Seeking the Possibilities of Image Expressions: What Is the Identity of Video Art? (2009)

- LEE Yonguk

Digital Domestication: An Articulation of Domestic Video Art in Spain (2011)

- Carlos TRIGUEROS

Imagining the Future of Video Art Distribution (2010)

- Abina MANNING

Why Video Art Preservation Requires Special Handling? (2009)

- Howard BESSER

Mobile Phone Video Art. A New Gesture in Audiovisual Creation (2011)

- Lorea IGLESIAS

Do We Need a YouTube for Video Art? (2007)

- Ross HARLEY

IV. The Future of Visual Arts and Networking
Media Art and Global Art: Domestication of Imaginary? (2011)

- Claudia GIANNETTI

Video and Net.art. Art and Communication in the Era of Technological Mythification (2011)

- Laura BAIGORRI

Collective Memory and Mediabiography as the Transformation of Cultural Narratives (2010)

- Virginia VILLAPLANA RUIZ

HOMO DIGITALIS. Notes and Memories on the History of Net.art in Spain (2008)

- Roberta BOSCO, Stefano CALDANA

Net Culture Today. The Development of Net Culture from Perspective of the Natural Sciences and the Arts (2011)

- Karin OHLENSCHLAGER

Clash and Network (2006)

- Simon MAIDMENT, Vikki MCINNES

YBC 7289 (2007)

- Vicente MATALLANA

V. On the Expanded Field of the Moving Image
Document(all): A Nonconformist Way to Tell Stories (2004)

- Berta M. SICHEL

Rethinking the Boundaries between Practice and Image (2011)

- Angel QUINTANA

The Materialistic Approach to the Changing of Media-formats (2009)

- Yasuhiro NISHIMURA

Video Art and Artistic-technological Thought (2011)

- Rodrigo ALONSO

The Work of Art in Our Global Age. What Can It Globalize and for Whom? (2006)

- Jyotsna KAPUR

Performance, Gesture, Ritual (2007)

- Simon MAIDMENT, Vikki MCINNES

Mediascape: Truman's Suspicion (2009)

- Carlos JIMENEZ

VI. WWW (World Wide Web). Case Studies
Artists of Global Village Generation (2006)

- Ann Youngro YEE

Masterpiece: The Intangible Legacy (2011)

- Macu MORAN

The Days of Confused Values (2006)

- KANG Euna, 강은아

Can There Be Social and Political Art? (2011)

- Juan-Ramón BARBANCHO

Picturing Life. On the Work of Jin Feng and Lu Chunsheng (2006)

- Biljana CIRIC

Korean Video Art and Shamanism (2009)

- YI Wonkon, 이원곤

Art Forms in Video Making (2007)

- Liz HUGHES, Caroline FARMER

Modern Allegories (2009)

- HUANG Du, 黃篤, MIAO Xiaochun, 繆曉春

The Never Ending End of Video Art (2009)

- Johan PIJNAPPEL

Digital Narratives and Image Technologies
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