Hsu Che-Yu’s The Making of Crime Scenes video installation. Photo: Hsu Che-Yu and Vanguard Gallery
Hsu Che-Yu’s The Making of Crime Scenes video installation. Photo: Hsu Che-Yu and Vanguard Gallery
Art Basel

Instagram and TikTok made video the most prevalent art medium today – how IG stories, Facebook reels and video games readied Gen Z for NFT sales and the digital metaverse

  • Video art began gaining traction in the 1980s with pioneers like Tony Oursler, Bruce Nauman and Jennifer Steinkamp – but its collectability has multiplied in recent years
  • The medium is gaining wider appeal with artists and collectors, thanks to millennials and Gen Zers that have grown up fully digital native

Hsu Che-Yu’s The Making of Crime Scenes video installation. Photo: Hsu Che-Yu and Vanguard Gallery
Hsu Che-Yu’s The Making of Crime Scenes video installation. Photo: Hsu Che-Yu and Vanguard Gallery
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