As part of our critical forum, Video Art in the Internet Era, we asked a series of artists, curators and video brains to send us "video letters" responding to the provocation of our critical forum: how can video artists orient themselves towards or against the complex backdrop of networked technology, smart phones and prosumers of our current world?
Riffing on the YouTube genre of "unboxing", Emile Zile performed a "boxing" of some usurped analogue technology, the detritus of many a media artist's studio.
Emile received a BFA degree from RMIT Media Arts Melbourne before relocating to Amsterdam in 2007 to commence a MFA degree at the Sandberg Institute. In 2012 he began a two year studio residency at the Rjksakademie van beldeende kunsten, Amsterdam. Recent exhibitions, screenings and performances include ICA London, Fargfabriken Stockholm, Rojo Nova Sao Paulo Brazil, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands Media Art Institute Amsterdam, Today’s Art Festival The Hague, and the Rietveld Arsenale – 53rd Venice Biennale.
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