Paul Ha, the director of the M.I.T. List Visual Arts Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Ute Meta Bauer, the director of Singapore’s Center for Contemporary Art at the Nanyang Technological University will curate the exhibition.
This hairy creature comes from Weird Internet, one of my favorite Tumblrs.
Thanks to the new “Motion Photography” prize– or, what happens when Saatchi Gallery teams up with Google Plus– Paddy Johnson spent some time today looking through user-submitted GIFs. This submission, “Jump“, by Cosimo Nesca, was a standout.
hair GIFs cinemagraphs took the web by storm in 2010. Now “motion photography” is creating new opportunities for makers. According to a press release from the folks at Saatchi Art, Saatchi Gallery and Google+ pimping their “Motion Photography Prize”, “motion photography”, or, “.GIFs”. is an exploding new field. This is news because Google + has added an “auto awesome” feature to their image uploader, which includes a GIFmaker.