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Perpetual Art Machine (PAM)

Perpetual Art Machine is an online gallery and database of video art and is a community for video artists, curators, writers, theorists, educators, collectors, and enthusiasts.

Lee Wells (Founder, Video Artist and Curator) is an artist, exhibition organizer and consultant currently living and working in New York. He is a co-founder and director of IFAC-arts, an alternative exhibition and installation program for artists and curators. His artwork, projects and exhibitions have been written about in various national and international art and news publications, including: The New York Times, Art Newspaper, The Washington Post, Art in America, and Art Net. Wells is currently a curator at large for Scope Art Fair and is a site editor emeritus Rhizome

Andrew K. Erdos (Video Artist and Curator) is an artist whose art work combines sculpture, performance, installation, sound and digital media. Erdos has been in exhibitions at Beijing BS1 Contemporary Art Center, Chelsea Art Museum, The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Kathleen Cullen Fine Art (NewYork, NY), and Monkey Town (Brooklyn, NY).

Matthew Schwartz is a well known collector of video art. He is a secondary market maker of works by the world's most celebrated and collected video artists. Schwartz is responsible for all business negotiations involving PAM. He freely consults with PAM members concerning their career development, salability of their artwork, as well as sales strategy. Schwartz assists in matching artists with relevant gallery representation.

Recorded live in the Video Lounge at the SCOPE Art Fair, Lincoln Center.


Art & Technology


Art & Technology is a radio program that investigates how advancements in new technologies are affecting artists and their work. The series consists of interviews with contemporary visual and audio artists discussing their work, influences, aesthetics and the technical issues they encounter in the creation of their art, relating their personal views about the uses and usages of new media in the art world today. The show opens a discourse with artists working in Interactive, Performance, Screen Based, and Audio and Sound Based media about the role that dynamic technologies play in contemporary art and their own artwork.