Critical Writing Index

Motorcycling Through the Pop-Culture Library

by Sam Gould, Gabriel Saloman and Robby Herst

Front, Spring 2010, v. 21, no. 1, pp. 27-29

In this article, Sam Gould, Gabiel Saloman, and Robby Herst, three artists belonging to the artist collective Red76, discuss the Vancouver screening of Red76's YouTube School for Social Politics. For the screening, each artist created a video essay from video clips found on YouTube, accompanied by an introduction created by the author. The artists discuss the screening in relation to subjects of new technology, social networking and social spaces, alienation, pop-culture, pop-academicism, and cultural theory.

ITEM 2010.061 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Sam Gould

Gabriel Saloman

Robby Herst

YouTube School for Social PoliticsRed76