Plague and Locusts 2020 :
Participating in Ephemereye's Plague and Locusts 2020 virtual show with her video work, Jill Gibson is first of all a sculptor. Her distinct voice is as recognizable in video as it is in her sculptures. Jill shared her thoughts about her life and art in the pandemic and how unexpectedly video has drifted in her practice. "Working in video as an alternative way to show work has been a relatively recent development. I was invited to participate in a show located several hundred miles away which ...
Unknown Pleasures, Jill Gibson 2020
Featured Artist: David Delgado
In the last years, I have been progressively more involved in video art. This is for some reasons. This last year with this very special circumstance has definitely pushed me to work more digitally. Not being able to leave home is a great reason. But the main reason is been the influence of one of my brothers, who is very committed to Video art as an artist and also as a curator. Together we launched two years ago a Video art festival in our hometown, Alicante. We both believe Video art should be, and surely will be, the proper Visual Art by definition. It will be like paintings were in the Renaissance...
© David Delgado
To NFT or not to NFT, is it a question?
Let's be clear, the main reason NFTs dominated the news cycle lately was the fact that Beeple's peace Every Day: First 5000 Days was sold at the Christie's for $69+ million. Its buyer known as MaraKovan says that “This NFT is a significant piece of art history. Sometimes these things take some time for everyone to recognize and realize. I’m OK with that. I had the opportunity to be part of this very important shift in how art has been perceived for centuries.”(CNBC). So, immediately we are thrown in the midst of discussion of relationship between a unique...
Everydays: The First 5000 days, fragment. © Beeple