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

At the occasion of the first anniversary of the Perpetual Art Machine (PAM), PAM co-founder Lee Wells and VTV correspondent Theodore Bouloukos talk about the beginnings of the Perpetual Art Machine, how the project works and how it has evolved since its inception. Perpetual Art Machine is a video art community portal and interactive installation for video artists. PAM has been created in December 2005 as a collaboration between the artists Lee Wells, Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski and Aaron Miller. PAM as a traveling video installation is featured by Scope since its beginnings. Scope Art Fair New York 2007, February 26, 2007. Part 1/2. Happy birthday, PAM!
PS: Check out the first interview with Lee Wells at Lee Wells / Cinema-scope / Perpetual Art Machine / Scope.

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