The digital and video work of Australian artist John Vucic-Wolfpup.
This short film takes us on a fast paced roller coaster ride through the pitiful and sometimes humorous life of ex-crack head Johnny Neurotic.
Streaming videos in Windows Media format from a group of young performance artists in Nottingham, England.
New Zealand VJs live improvised video mix, includes booking information, bio, pictures, small video clips and information.
A portfolio of video sequences including loop, trailer, chatbox and portrait as well as a collection of abstract photography. Includes biography and list of exhibitions.
Strange web design, video art and installation documentation from artist Cathy Vogan.
A collection of video art by Ren� Aeberhard.
Artwork in the media of film, video, photography, fiction and multimedia. Topics include: science, biology, disease, illness, medicine, communication, information, and evolution.
Studio of Philip Geist. Includes biography, resume, projects, concepts and calendar. [English/German].
A resource in the United States for videotapes by, and about, contemporary artists.
Invaluable online chronology of key screenings, exhibitions and related events in the first two decades of British video art.
Digital manipulation of images, sound and video in real time. Based in New York City.
Independent alternative video studio producing short videos, some of which are viewable on the web.
Artists Joe Zane and Julia Featheringill offer video art, digital installations and flip books.
UNCUT uses new media to explore new ways of storytelling and produces video for commercial or experimental purposes.
Three working class artists capture the surreal underbelly of the industrial carcass known as Buffalo, NY.
Information on and examples of the work of this Dutch video and media artist, which has produced several interactive installations.
Showcases artistic multimedia projects involving an international network of collaborators. Features streaming, a gallery, forum and interactive areas.
Dedicated to videos designed to deflect attention from the screen, for relief from TV and Internet addiction.
Showcasing the usage of video as a medium of artistic expression. [Requires specific configuration of system, browser and plug-ins.]