The Guggenheim is on the hunt for high concept, groundbreaking video art. In collaboration with YouTube, digital artists can submit videos to The Guggenheim's Play channel. A group of 20 artists will be selected by a jury for The Guggenheim's Biennial in Creative Video exhibition this fall.
Director Richard Armstrong encourages innovative submissions that are personal yet globally significant. This might change the direction of the user generated site, which is arguably a black hole of randomness. YouTube and The Guggenheim bridges the high, low, curated and organic.
Submissions close July 31st. Winners will display their work in NYC in October with simultaneous presentations in Berlin, Bilbao, Venice. "Anyone can play", but I think we already have a winner.