There’s one last chance to see the real-life edition of Geographically Indeterminate Fantasies, a lively exhibit of GIF art. The show was curated by New York art blog Art F City, which has a GIF of the Day feature that’s run for 525 days now. (Fun fact: I still call it Art Fag City even though they changed their name in early 2013.) Standouts here include Dina Kelberman’s glitchy clips of Star Trek’s holodeck opening and closing, probably the closest piece in the show to the endlessly looped appropriations that most people associate with GIFs. Also: Hugo Moreno’s Miami Vice-colored dystopian resort, constructed for a music video. The online version of the exhibit is up for a year at Providence College—Galleries, whose new website is very nice, incidentally.
image: Jonathan Monaghan