On View> “Takeshi Murata: Melter 2″ at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis

Art, Midwest, On View
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
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(Courtesy Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis)

(Courtesy Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis)

Takeshi Murata: Melter 2
Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis
3750 Washington Road, Saint Louis, MO
Through April 27

New York–based artist Takeshi Murata will be transforming the facade of the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis through the installation of Melter 2. Created in 2003, the playful piece of video is being enlarged from its original form in order to fit the museum’s 62-by-18-foot metal facade. Melter 2 is reflective of the vibrant and psychedelic animations that have formed a major component of Murata’s practice. Its colorful floral forms that seem to melt and fuse over the course of the video will be visible once night falls through April 27. The work is the second in the museum’s ongoing series of expansive video-art installations, Street Views.

Video> Jennifer Steinkamp Turns the St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum Inside Out

Midwest
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
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(Jennifer Steinkamp)

(Jennifer Steinkamp)

Digital artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s first installation in a series at St. Louis’ Contemporary Art Museum is up and running, transforming the museum’s facade into a projection screen for large-scale video art. Steinkamp’s installation, Orbit, features trees, vines, and other plants whipped up by turbulent windAN brought you images from the work back in October, but take a look at the newest video of the project below.

Watch the video after the jump.

On View> Jennifer Steinkamp Turns the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Inside Out

Midwest, On View
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
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(Jennifer Steinkamp)

(Jennifer Steinkamp)

Jennifer Steinkamp: Street Views
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
3750 Washington Blvd, St. Louis, MO
Through December 23

The Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis has inaugurated Street Views, an exhibition featuring a series of works by digital installation media artist Jennifer Steinkamp. As part of the 10th anniversary of CAM’s building, the museum will be turned inside out, as its exterior will be transformed into a gallery with large-scale video art being projected onto its facade.

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