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  • Walkthrough videos

  • Exhibition Highlights

  • Artist Interviews

  • Artist Documentaries

  • Artwork Close-ups

  • Educational Videos

  • Behind-the-Scenes

  • Visitor Testimonials

  • Lecture Recordings

Art Video Documentation plays a crucial role in the art world as it allows artists, curators, historians, and audiences to access and experience artworks even after they have been exhibited or performed. 


We provide high quality filming using latest technology cameras, supportive gear such as gimbals, sliders and lighting equipment to ensure that the final product accurately captures the essence of the original artwork. 


Art video documentation serves as a valuable resource for artists and researchers, contributing to the preservation and understanding of contemporary art practices.


  • Quality of Recording: Use high-quality cameras and equipment to ensure that the video captures the essence of the artwork accurately. Pay attention to lighting, audio quality, and stability to create a professional-looking documentation.


  • Comprehensive Coverage: Record the entire artwork, installation, or performance from multiple angles using cameras and drones to provide a comprehensive view. This can include wide shots to show the overall piece and close-ups to highlight intricate details.


  • Contextual Information: Before starting the recording, provide context for the artwork. Include information such as the artist's name, title of the work, date of creation, and any relevant background or concept. This information can be included in the video description or as an introductory segment.

  • Static Shots: For art installations or sculptures, consider including static shots or time-lapse footage to showcase the artwork in different lighting conditions or throughout its lifecycle.


  • Dynamic Shots: For performance art, dance, or interactive installations, use dynamic shots and camera movements to capture the energy and movement of the piece.


  • Audio Recording: If the artwork includes any audio elements or ambient sounds, ensure that the audio recording is clear and accurately captures the sonic experience.


  • Editing: Edit the documentation video thoughtfully. Remove any unnecessary footage or distractions, and maintain a coherent flow that aligns with the artistic intent.

  • Permissions and Copyright: If the artwork includes copyrighted elements (e.g., music, visuals), obtain the necessary permissions or licenses before including them in the documentation video.


  • Accessibility: Make the video documentation easily accessible to the public, either through online platforms, art archives, or the artist's website. This allows a wider audience to experience and appreciate the artwork.



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