Exploring the theme of experience in Art with a focus in interactive installations.
Alexa Meade, MILK: What will you make of me?, 2012
Aram Bartholl, DVD Dead Drop, 2012
“DVD Dead Drop is a novel art installation of a DVD burner that is hidden in a wall at the Mueum of the Moving Image in New York City. Anyone who succeeds in finding the installation can insert a blank DVD-R and will be rewarded with a freshly burned DVD containing a digital art exhibition or other curated content (the content will be changed monthly). DVD Dead Drop is an evolution of Bartholl’s USB flash drive dead drops.”
(Source: Laughing Squid)
Richard Serra, Band, 2006.
Richard Serra: “…you and your experience is the content of the work. In work that is representational or in a frame, the subject matter is a depiction or literal manifestation of a person, place or event. Here, the subject matter is your experience, and it’s yours and yours alone. It differs for everyone even though there’s a common threshold. What you have is people having a private experience in a public space with other people. It’s a kind of collective experience that’s both private and public.”