G.H. Hovagimyan / Interview / part 4/4

In the fourth and last part of the interview G.H. Hovagimyan talks about: the art market; the art scene in New York and how the times have changed since the 70s; art fairs; and the next wave of community.
After the interview there’s a work sample of a project by G.H. Hovagimyan in development, Assembled Cinema. “You walk into a room and a film/video is projected on a wall.  The scenes played are not in any particular order yet they make sense. What occurs is that a computer is picking sequences in a random order and playing them. Your mind and your imagination fill in the story.“ Cast: Lindsey Roberts, Randy Noojin, G.H. Hovagimyan. Camera: Kate McCamy.
VernissageTV also recommends to have a look at the “HD_Rants, broadcast quality high definition video works done in collaboration with Brian Ciazza.
New York, March 1, 2007. Interview with G.H. Hovagimyan, part 4/4.

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