As film and video technology advances, artists find new ways to exploit it. Of course, the use of film and video in gallery installations is nothing new; it's been happening since the early 1960s. But during the past two decades, the movie theater and the museum have moved closer together. Nowadays, you're about as likely to find projected images on gallery walls as you are paintings. As a result, our experience of art has shifted. The Contemporary Arts Museum's latest exhibition, "Fade In: New Film and Video," explores this shift. "In the past 40 years, film and video have become increasingly common artistic tools used to articulate an array of subject matters and ideas," says Paola Morsiani, curator of the exhibition. "The works in 'Fade In' test the boundaries of what we've come to expect from... More >>>