Video art

Sonic sparring and sound Clashes: Interview with Anri Sala

Inspired by punk, Anri Sala’s video art stages a musical battle with time

Iranarchive

An interview with Anahita Razmi, winner of the Frieze Art Fair's Emdash Award '11

How a 12-screen video installation on show at Frieze was filmed despite Iran’s strict regime

Filmsarchive

New York’s digital shorts: 'Made Here' explores artists’ relationships with the city

The web-based videos looks into the lives of performers and artists

Video artarchive

Fast forward video art

Artists love it as a medium, but are collectors and dealers too busy for time-based work at an art fair?

Interview with Bill Viola: An encounter between art and Faith at St Paul's

The pioneering video artist discusses his new commission for St Paul’s Cathedral in London

Interview with Jane and Louise Wilson: Stanley Kubrick’s photographs brought to life

The sisters had access to the late film-maker’s huge archive and focused on a film about the Holocaust which never got made

Interview with Bill Viola on new work Love/Death: Video is "about really seeing, not just stopping at the surface"

This month, the US artist is unveiling an ambitious new project in London based on his re-working of a Wagner opera

Art Baselarchive

Works in Basel's Art Unlimited parallels that of the Venice Biennale’s Arsenale show

Political video is strong in both, but the variety of art is greater in Basel

Baselarchive

Paul McCarthy collaborates with filmmaker son in swashbuckling Munich show

At the climax of McCarthy's career, the cowboy and the pirate are brought together with pleasing dissonance

Yoko Onoarchive

Yoko Ono: women’s room

On view at Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris

Interview with John Wood and Paul Harrison: “I like the little one”

John Wood and Paul Harrison’s minimal, deadpan performances make complicated references to the art world of the past—with a dash of slapstick

Interview with Willie Doherty on remembering Bloody Sunday—and all the rest

Speaking to the artist who immerses himself in the Northern Irish situation and responds to its shifting sense of reality

Szeemann's moving Venice Biennale: Video work dominates 49th edition

Our overview also reveals the highs and lows of this year's biennale, which draws heavily on Scandinavian artists and pays tribute to grand masters Serra, Beuys, Twombly and Richter