Critical Writing Index

Post-Medium Condition and Intericonic Art Theory: On the Self-Invention of Online Video Art

by Nina Gerlach

Journal of Art History, 2014, v. 83, no. 1, pp. 24-39

The author studies intericonicity and intermediality, the process of making references to other icons and other media, respectively, as it relates to video art created and shared through online media platforms. While also dealing with intraiconicity and intramediality, online video art attempts to distinguish itself from other media imageries, as well as from the mass media, whose images and icons it uses.

ITEM 2014.012 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Everyday/Noah Takes a Photo of Himself Every Day for 6 YearsTerry Smith

Man with a Movie CameraDziga Vertov

Man with a Movie Camera: The Global RemakePerry Bard

NotebookEvelin Lohbeck

Magnet TVNam June Paik

Mass Ornament/Me DancingNatalie Bookchin

Experiment no 006: SeaweedTell No One

A Thousand KissesUlrike Rosenbach and Klaus vom Bruch