POSTED BY: Marjan van Mourik | Tue Dec 27th, 2005 1:26 a.m.

Happy Christmas from CULTURETV

Well despite the holidays, the show must go on. So we present to You this week a range of art activities and forms. From gallery exhibitions to urban art and from a fake movie to an interactive installation.

Deitch Projects specializes in producing ambitious projects by contemporary artists. Since opening with a performance by Vanessa Beecroft in January 1996, the gallery has presented over one hundred and twenty solo exhibitions and projects, twelve thematic exhibitions, and numerous public events. The gallery has a global outlook and has presented projects by artists from thirty-three countries.

The introduction to the identity program from the PBS series
Art in the 21st Century in which host Steve Martin is featured
in this charming and quirky video by the artist William Wegman.

'Urban art in Sevilla' Freaklub. Urban culture is the culture of cities. Cities all over the world, past and present, have behaviors and cultural elements that separate them from otherwise comparable rural areas.The Spanish artist group Freaklub have made this as their workspace.

“United We Stand” 0100101110101101.ORG (Eva and Franco Mattes) .A media performance and urban installation in which 0100101110101101.ORG's fake movie hits the streets of your city ...and your mind

Sensory Circus by TIME'S UP. Sensory Circus is embodied in an interactive installation comprising an active, responsive and auto-generative audiovisual and architectonic system. The audience is central, and is principally responsible for their substantial contribution to the nature and dynamics of the whole environment.

'Rescue' WKInteract 'Rescue'is the title of the exhibition of WKInteract. WKInteract is a French urban artist currently living in New York City. His distinctive black and white painted murals can be admired in more places than just the streets. The bold images, in which movement is practically palpable, are also being appreciated in exhibit spaces.

Brody Neuenschwander has always been fascinated, even obsessed with writing. Fragments of handwriting on shreds of paper, medieval manuscripts, Chinese brushwork, documents of every kind all seem to promise levels of meaning beyond the words they carry. This is a video of his current exhibtion in the Belgian Galerie Nathalie Metzmeyer.

Hope you will enjoy the videos.

Best wishes from,