|Perpetual Art Machine|
Perpetual Art Machine [PAM] was created in December 2005 as a collaboration between the artists Lee Wells, Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski and Aaron Miller.
[PAM], a living archive of 21st century international video art featuring over 2000 videos and over 1000 artists from 50 countries.
[PAM] is an online video art database and community, but also is a large-scale interactive installation.
[PAM] curates shows.
[PAM] democratizes the curatorial process for both the artists and for the viewer/user through an open submission policy, social tagging and touchscreen/keyword access during display.
Since [PAM]'s inception the project has exhibited and curated programs in over 40 venues including the Moscow Biennale, ArtBasel MIami, the NCCA Moscow, The State Hermitage in St. Petersburg and the Jumbo Screens of Times Square with Isabella Rosellini's BabbleGum project. Through [PAM]'s efforts artists have received awards, been invited to show in museums and been included in prestigious private collections from across the globe.