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ISSUE 11 : Screening the Future
Daily Sci-Fi: Sci-Fi Elements in Video and Visual Art I
August 7th, 2013Type: Image
Author: Chiang, Ling-ching Editor: Rikey Tenn
Note: This article proposes to explore the intersection of art and film from the perspective of genre studies, especially how contemporary art can productively contribute to the hybridity of the science fiction genre, and how the genre inspires artists to shape unique approaches to create moving images, and provides them with valid starting points of examining the essence of the image. This approach sets out to examine the intersection of art and film beyond the concept of ‘cinema of exhibition’ and the rigid context of art museum that has been applied to this discursive area, in order to observe closer links between contemporary art practice and cinema.
The "Stanley Kubrick" exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art features more than 1,000 objects and images from the legendary filmmaker's movies.©LACMA
Diana Thater, The Best Space is the Deep Space, 1998 ©Diana Thater 2 Video Projectors, 2 Video Monitors, 4 DVD Players, 4 DVDs, Free Standing wall and Existing Architecture. Installation View, Hamburger Bahnhof-Museum fur Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany, 2006
Still from Kelly Richardson’s Exiles of the Shattered Star, 2006, from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s collection. Image courtesy of the artist.
Harald Smykla, Movie Protocol, 2010 © Cornerhouse