Interview with Andrew Demirjian, Clocktower Radio, New York

RADIO // Clocktower Exhibits & Events Andrew Demirjian and Chris Meigh Andrews, Originally aired 7/23/13 Former Clocktower resident Andrew Haik Demirjian in conversation with the artist, writer, and curator Chris Meigh Andrews after the publication of the second addition of his book A History of Video Art: Development of Form and Function. Andrews mentions that […]

Palestinian Video Art: Constellation of the Moving Image

A new book focusing on Palestinian artists’ video, edited by Bashir Makhoul and published by Palestinian Art Court- al Hoash, 2013, is now available, which includes my chapter, “Location & Dislocation, Site & Architecture: Video Installation by Palestinian Video Artists” as well as contributions by Jonathan Harris, Sean Cubitt, Laura U. Marks, Tina Sherwell and […]

Interview with Takahiko Iimura

I have posted the text of an interview I made with pioneering Japanese video artist and experimental film-maker Takahiko Iimura in 2010,  first published in The Moving Image Review and Journal, (MIRAJ) Vol 1, Issue 2. Intellect Books, London, 2012. Click this link to read the interview. Takahiko recently participated in “Digital Aesthetic 3” (Oct-Dec […]

Interview at “Art on Air” at the Clocktower in New York

During my visit to New York last week I did an interview with Andrew Haik Demirjian for “Art on Air” at the Clocktower Gallery. We talked about the forthcoming new edition of my book and other recent projects. The interview will be broadcast later in the year to coincide with the publication of the book.

New edition of “A History of Video Art” to be published this year.

The 2nd Edition of my book “A History of Video Art” will be published by Bloomsbury later this year. I have been working on a new updated and extended text and the new edition will be produced in a larger format with additional images. The book will be available in both paperback and hardback and […]

Interview with Michael Goldberg, Tokyo 2010

I have just posted the transcript of an interview I made with Michael Goldberg in Tokyo during Oct 2010, in the writings section of my web site. Considered by many to be the “Godfather of Japanese video art”, he is also the author of The Accessible Portapack Manual, and one of the co-founders of “Video […]

Digital Aesthetic 3: Oct-Dec, 2012

Digital Aesthetic 3 is the final manifestation of The Digital Aesthetic Project (2001-2012), a collaboration between The Electronic & Digital Art Unit (EDAU) at the University of Central Lancashire and the Harris Museum, Preston. This event, which includes a three month exhibition at the Harris Museum and The PR1 Gallery begins with a two-day symposium […]