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Guggenheim Museum publishes Andy, Nam June, and Me at the Zoo on the Take

Guggenheim Museum publishes the essay "Andy, Nam June and Me at the Zoo" by PAM co-founder Lee Wells as part of the YouTube Play Biennial of Creative Video. The piece discusses the relationship between online video, the Avant-Garde and 21st century video art.

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“Some people would never be considered, were it not that some excellent adversaries had mentioned them. There is no greater vengeance than oblivion, as it buries such people in the dust of their nothingness.” —Baltazar Gracian, as quoted in “Open Creation and Its Enemies,”Internationale Situationniste #5 (December 1960)