MoMA and YouTube

October 31, 2006 § Leave a comment

MoMA reaches out to the YouTube network with The Residents: The River of Crime,
an online community art project
October 19–23, 2006. It’s over but you can still view the short films at the following places:

On YouTube.com
The Residents and NY Museum of Modern Art present a Community Art Project

At MoMA.org
The Residents and MoMA’s River of Crime online community art project

Interesting to note that only one of the 6 winners is from the USA, a community art project used to signify something small, initimate and local. Taking it online now makes such a project massively accessible but strangely it still retains that intimacy factor. I guess that’s what makes some (not all) UGC (user generated content) so engaging. 

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