Video sculptures, a type of video installation, involve one or more video screens that spectators move among or stand in front of. Video sculptures formed of more than one screen may broadcast a single program or may simultaneously broadcast different interconnected sequences on several channels. The screens of which the sculpture is comprised can be arranged in many different ways. For example, they can be suspended from a ceiling, aligned and stacked to make a video wall or even randomly stacked on top of each other. In some cases only a television cabinet is displayed or a cabinet is emptied of its contents and displayed with something else inside. Video sculpture is a medium that offers performing artists a chance to have a more permanent artistic forum.
Millennium Park fountain puts its best faces forward Subjects mug away as huge video sculpture goes for a dry run
May 20, 2004; The "faces of Chicago" faced Chicago on Wednesday, as Millennium Park workers flipped the switch on a $17 million, 50-foot-high...