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Visual Art

Moving the Still: A GIF Festival

 
Open to the Public
 
Apr 1—Jun 30, 2013
 
LOCATION:
Lafayette and Flatbush Avenues (SE corner)
 
Presentations start every 15 minutes on the hour.
 
 
 
 
 
Free
 
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Monday April 01, 2013
No performances this day.
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Part of BAMart

Curated by Paddle8 and powered by Tumblr, Moving the Still celebrates the GIF as an artistic medium. Originally presented at last year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, this unique festival came to fruition when Chief Council member Johnny Misheff gathered prominent figures from various creative industries to curate the GIFS. Members of the Selection Council include Michael Stipe, Ryan Trecartin, RoseLee Goldberg, Rodarte, Nicola Formichetti, Richard Phillips, James Frey, and Vinoodh Matadin & Inez van Lamsweerde.

For the presentation on the BAM sign (located at the corner of Flatbush and Lafayette Avenues), BAMart has made its own selection, which includes several GIFs made by members of the Selection Council themselves.

For more information visit movingthestill.tumblr.com.

Leadership support for BAMart provided by

The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Trust; Agnes Gund; Toby Devan Lewis; and Donald R. Mullen Jr.

 

Additional support for BAMart provided by

The Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Inc.

 
 
 
Featured works
How our infrastructure might be better used by Jason Campbell
How our infrastructure might be better used by Jason Campbell 
 
DONUT 2 by matequest
DONUT 2 by matequest 
 
an otter with lightning shooting out of its nose (srsly) by Douglas Schatz
an otter with lightning shooting out of its nose (srsly) by Douglas Schatz 
 
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