1. Winter Night


    from Trevor Wilson Added 134 2 4

    Random shots on a snowy day, just playing around with my camera trying to get better with my shooting and editing skills.

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    • Spader-Man


      from Shaun Seneviratne Added 3,106 14 4

      A powerless Spader-Man wanders around Brooklyn with hopes of regaining his powers. Starring Lee Berger. Directed and shot by Shaun Seneviratne. This short was shot on the Bolex 16mm camera using 250D film. It was then projected and captured with a Panasonic HMC150. All editing, with the exception of the titles and the hold at the end, was done in camera. As part of an assignment for Media Practices: Film Form at The New School. The name comes from a series of bootleg Spider-Man action figures available at a flea market or Chinatown near you. Shot in Brooklyn (specifically Crown Heights, Park Slope, and Prospect Heights). Big thanks to Washington Commons for letting us film inside their wonderful establishment! Also, big thanks to the moms who weren't creeped out with two grown men -- one with a camera, the other in a Spider-Man costume -- filming in a playground. The song is "From Here On It Got Rough" by Hildegard Knef. Available from Marina Records on The In-Kraut - Hip Shaking Grooves Made in Germany from 1966-1974. To purchase, visit this link: http://www.marinarecords.com/inkraut1more.htm

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      • Helen Redman, Pioneer of Feminst Art


        from Susan Richards Added 82 0 2

        It's fun to learn the history of the Feminist Art Movement from the people who made it!

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        • A discussion with Tate about the use of sites like these


          from grewliketopsy Added 647 2 2

          A 14 minute interview with John Stack, Editor of Tate Online and Sarah Briggs, marketing manager for Tate, about how organisations and individuals can use sites like flickr, facebook, MySpace and YouTube etc for reaching a broader audience and giving increased functionality and interactivity than what is possible on an individual website.

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          • MeLo X - BK AllNighter


            from LightUp Film Added 617 8 2

            download More Merch @ http://www.meloxtra.com/music http://www.twitter.com/meloxtra What better way to end the summer than having a BK AllNighter at the Brooklyn Museum's legendary first Saturdays and giving Brooklyn's own Jay-Z the official video release for his Life + Times website. On a warm summer night in Brooklyn MeLo put a call out for all the Kings & Queens of the city to represent one time. This piece is directed by one of MeLo's frequent collaborators Dr. Woo. Together they create a visual work of art that exudes exquisite taste, exhilarating ambiance and Royal Elegance. Directed by Dr. Woo http://www.twitter.com/drwooart http://www.drwooart.com http://www.lightupfilm.com LIFEANDTIMES INTERVIEW: http://lifeandtimes.com/life-times-video-premiere-melo-x-bk-allnighter FLATBUSH WE LIVE!!!!

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            • MIZARU - Brooklyn Museum


              from Aaron Sherwood Added 1,902 17 2

              A performance/installation for the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Jan. 4th, 2014. Dancers and the audience create/manipulate sounds and visuals by pressing into a spandex screen. MIZARU is about life and death, and how the border between life and death exists everywhere. It consists of a white wall that springs to life when touched, creating 5 different worlds of visuals and sound. These worlds are: Illusion, Boundary, Destruction, Birth, and Universe. Created by Purring Tiger: Concept: Kiori Kawai, Aaron Sherwood Design/Direction: Kiori Kawai Performance: Kiori Kawai, Masanori Asahara Visuals, Programming: Michael Allison, Aaron Sherwood Music: Aaron Sherwood Video shot by Edwin Adkins Thumbnail Photo: BKLYN1834

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              • 1 Minute at the Brooklyn Museum Fountain


                from Justin Christiani Added 74 2 1

                Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York. Shot from the Rubin Pavilion staircase. Taken with my Kodak Zi-8 on a Slik Mini-Pro II compact tripod.

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                • Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks at the BROOKLYN MUSEUM


                  from James Kalm Added 72 2 1

                  James Kalm, despite some stinging comments published in a critique of the exhibition "Crossing Brooklyn," and the initial disappearance of his name from the guest list, is inadvertently admitted to the Museum's Brooklyn Artists Ball. While celebrity artists schmoozed with deep-pocket donors in the main foyer, your correspondent slinked upstairs to an empty gallery, and records video of "Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks". Jean-Michel Basquiat uniquely captured the spirit of his time in the 1980s East Village. Featuring 160 pages of rarely seen documents, and related works on paper and large-scale paintings, this display presents the artists poetic side, while also exposing his deep interest in language games, lists, ontological design and daily ephemera.

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                  • theophilus london : live at brooklyn museum


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                    Concert Footage from the Audiophile Concert Series at the Brooklyn Museum June 2011

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                    • An Xiao / Morse Code Tweets @ the Brooklyn Museum


                      from An Xiao Mina Added 567 3 1

                      In January 2009, the Brooklyn Museum invited me to help kick off their new 1stfans membership and new Twitter art feed, which commissions Twitter-based art practices. In this talk in the Museum's portrait galleries, I speak about my project, entitled "Morse Code Tweets". This video comes courtesy the Brooklyn Museum, filmed by Bob Nardi. It originally appeared on their YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRn65n0-vv8 My full concept: http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/community/blogosphere/bloggers/2008/12/23/1stfans-twitter-art-feed-artist-for-january-2009-an-xiao/

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