PAM Perpetual Art Machine celebrates its 1st anniversary / Interview with Lee Wells / part 2/2

New York correspondent Theodore Bouloukos interviews Lee Wells of Perpetual Art Machine (PAM). At Scope New York 2007 PAM celebrated its 1st birthday. “Perpetual Art Machine PAM is a living archive of 21st century international video art featuring over 500 videos and over 300 artists from over 50 countries. PAM Perpetual Art Machine is one of the fastest growing international community video-art portals on the Internet today. PAM’s rapid growth leverages the full potential of convergent media, advanced computing and database technologies not only to stream video artist’s work online, but also to exhibit video in large-scale interactive installations. PAM democratizes the curatorial process for both the artists and for the viewer/user through an open submission policy, social tagging and touchscreen/keyword access during display.” (PR PAM). Scope Art Fair New York 2007, February 26, 2007. Part 1/2.

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