Screen Time: Photography and Video Art in the Internet AgeRegular price $ 22.95
Edited by Richard Rinehart with Phillip Prodger.
Learn more about this exhibit at Art on Hulfish at Princeton University: https://artmuseum.princeton.edu/art/exhibitions/3729
Published on the occasion of the art exhibition Screen Time: Photography and Video Art in the Internet Age, this catalog features a selection of leading international artists who engage with and critique the role of media in contemporary society. Their work demonstrates what has become known as post-internet artistic practices—art that may or may not be made for the internet but nevertheless acknowledges online culture as an omnipresent influence, inseparable from contemporary social conditions. They ask what it means to be a photographer when everyone is an Instagram influencer; what it means to make video art when everyone is a TikTok video star; and how to deliver meaningful social commentary in the age of the meme. The exhibition and accompanying catalog showcase artwork by N. Dash, Nathalie Djurberg, Marcel Dzama, Peter Funch, Cyrus Kabiru, William Kentridge, Christian Marclay, Marilyn Minter, Vik Muniz, Otobong Nkanga, Erwin Olaf, Robin Rhode, Vee Speers, Mary Sue, Puck Verkade, Huang Yan.
Published by Bucknell University Press for the Samek Art Museum.
Distributed worldwide by Rutgers University Press.
- Paperback, 66 pages