Video Art: The Castello Di Rivoli Collection

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Over the last four decades, video art has undergone numerous transformations. If in the mid-1960s, video was used by artists to record performances created in an isolated studio, now with digital technology artists can compete with the magic of cinema and develop a singularly fertile exchange with it, which has been fundamental in creating the poetic language of video works today. An indispensable instrument in understanding video art, this volume offers a panoramic view of the history of this medium and the major artists ...

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