Posts Tagged ‘Cory Arcangel’

Help Desk: Digital Dilemma

Cory Arcangel, Sweet 16, 2006. Projection from a digital source, dimensions variable, edition of 5

Help Desk is an arts-advice column that demystifies practices for artists, writers, curators, collectors, patrons, and the general public. Submit your questions anonymously here. All submissions become the property of Daily Serving. Help Desk is cosponsored by I recently had to pick the edition size of a digital interactive project I made. I just went with a standard ten but it got me thinking. I[…..]

Cory Arcangel: The Art of Hacking and Success of Failure

Over the past year, has developed several week-long series to better investigate topics such as Myth, Utopia and Rebellion. This week, we are proud to present 7 new articles that explore the concept of failure, and take a close look at how this idea operates within contemporary art. But don’t worry, we didn’t try all that hard, as we all know what the ultimate[…..]

Cory Arcangel

On view through May 9th at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami is a retrospective of  work made by Brooklyn-based artist, Cory Arcangel, from 2002 to present. The solo exhibition, entitled The Sharper Image, examines the prolific artist’s diverse practice, featuring a virtual grab bag of media—video, print, sound, performance, sculpture, drawing and web-based work. An artist, computer programmer and web designer, Arcangel was[…..]