Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Cory Arcangel (born May 25, 1978) is an American post-conceptual artist who makes work in many different media, including drawing, music, video, performance art, and video game modifications, for which he is best known.Arcangel often uses the artistic strategy of appropriation, creatively reusing existing materials such as dancing stands, Photoshop gradients and YouTube videos to create new works of art. His work explores the relationship between digital technology and pop culture. He is a recipient of a 2006 Creative Capital Emerging Fields Award
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Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Digital Artist, Computer Artist, Computer Programmer, Installation Artist, Performance Artist, Video Artist
Name
Cory Arcangel
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Works

6 works online

Exhibitions

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