tank.tv is back!. Since 2003, tank.tv has has exhibited some of the most exciting artists' film and video over the web, bringing the work high-profile international artists and younger, emerging artists all for free, open-access. Having shown the work of artists including Martha Rosler, Philippe Parreno, John Smith, John Latham and Joan Jonas is the only online curated gallery of contemporary artists' moving image.
Re-launching this month, tank.tv is showing Itinerant Texts, featuring the work of artists including Isaac Julien, Elizabeth McAlpine, Anna Boggon, Lizzie Hughes, Ane Lan, Jamie Lau, Nada Prlja and Chia-Hua Wu. The following week, gallery two will open with an exhibition of work from the tank.tv permanent collection, guest curated by the award-winning filmmaking duo Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy, fresh from the premiere of their latest work Civic Life: Tiong Bahru. Including an online project space and a forward programme that includes exhibitions of David Blandy, newcontemporaries 2010, Melanie Manchot, Marie Losier, Ergin Cavasoglu and Maria Marshall, tank.tv will be supporting their online programme with a series of live events as well as providing free access to the entire archive of tank.tv exhibitions.
tank.tv wears its heart on its sleeve and truly takes the internet for what it is: a truly democratic and international experience. The reputation that it has developed for exhibiting a great roster of artists' film and video is richly deserved.
Itinerant Texts is shown on tank.tv from November.
images: still from Better Life (2010), Isaac Julien, courtesy the artist. still from Frehel - La Plage (2005), Marcel Dinahet, courtesy the artist. still from The Colony (2007), Chris Hite, courtesy the artist.