Ana Voog - Dreaming on Stage: 10 Years from a 24/7 Art/Life Webcam
Coming from a background as a major label recording artist, in 1997 Minnesota based artist Ana Voog started the second continuous 24/7 home webcam, which was the first oriented towards performance art, as well as featuring traditional and new medium artworks. Her webcam has lasted a decade, and her "anacam" project has been included in the New York Museum of Modern Art, the Weisman Art Museum, and the Walker Art Center; with television appearances on E!, A & E, Hard Copy, and Vibe; and print coverage in such periodicals as USA Today, Newsweek, The Boston Globe, The New York Post, and Playboy. This book is nothing more nor less than an edited collection of Ana Voog's photography, art and writings with a brief introduction to situate schizophrenic artist J.D. Casten's self-effacing minimalist approach to curating the work-the book itself really has no author, but rather a subject with a unique voice (the work of Ana Voog) and an editor with an eye for quality.
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