Lee Wells / Cinema-scope / Perpetual Art Machine / Scope

Lee Wells talks about the Cinema-scope program and PAM The Perpetual Art Machine presented by Lee Wells in collaboration with Chris Borowski, Aaron Miller and Raphaele Shirley at Scope Art Fair New York. The Cinema-scope program, chief-curated by Lee Wells offers worldwide surveys of museum quality cutting-edge and progressive new media, installation, and video art. PAM is an interactive multimedia experience and research project.

Featuring the artists, Andrew Baron and www.rocketboom.com, (created for Scope), Beatrice Valentine Amrhein, Alterazioni Video Collective, Jason Van Anden and Eric Payson in addition to programs curated by Marisa Olson of Rhizome.org and Point of View by the New Museum of Contemporary Art.

PAM is an interactive multimedia experience and research project, examining a cross-section of over 500 videos from over 300 international film, video and new media artists.

Scope Art Fair, New York, March 12, 2006.

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