New Video, New Europe: A Survey of Eastern European Video, The Renaissance Society, Chicago, 11 January — 22 February 2004
It is important to acknowledge the integral role video art has played in disrupting the institutional sanctity of the white cube.
The traditional relationship between author, viewer, and subject gives way to spatial experiences that reconstitute the parameters of time and place.
Video has also problematized standard curatorial practices presenting a new set of challenges, particularly how to display video works neither as film nor static objects, but as moving images equally open to interpretation.
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