Started in 2005. DVblog.org has borne witness to the rapid expansion of video art on the web. The site functions as a online video magazine and an archive for videos in the QuickTime format. it contains over 2500 videos.
“Vlogs can be a great way to find lots of offbeat video. DVBlog.org presents a wide range of video, including artist projects and documentary films, that is well organized by descriptive categories.”
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, Sep 12 ,2005
“Avant-Garde – DVblog. Curated by a group of visual artists, DVblog culls unusual productions from the Web and beyond.”
WIRED magazine, A Guide to the Online Video Explosion, May 15, 2006
Haaretz, Galleria, Smadar Sheffi Haaretz (Hebrew)
Haaretz, Close One Eye, Uzi Zur Haaretz (Hebrew)
Watch “Net Video, Black Box” Exhibition at Givon Gallery, Tel Aviv.
computer fine arts collection
I founded Computer Fine Arts Collection in 2001. As of today there are 94 artists and over 150 artworks on the site. (some of the pieces are obsolete and some not fully functioning)
Download catalogue of the collection exhibition at Haifa Museum of Art (PDF, English & Hebrew) here.
Archive: Moving Image Gallery
May 2000 – July 2001
Moving Image Gallery (MIG), a physical gallery at 414 Broadway, NYC, was founded by Doron Golan and Michele Thursz in 2000.
MIG was one of the first galleries to show contemporary artists using electronic and computer-based mediums. MIG gave first exhibitions to artists such as Cory Arcangel, Yael Kanarek, Paper Rad, Golan Levin, Andy Deck, Mark Napier. The gallery was in operation for over a year and produced over 15 shows and events, we ceased operations in the aftermath of 9/11.
view MIG archive