There it was exhibited to select companies of female viewers
, in whose gentle bosoms it awakened implacable feelings.
Given the proliferation of big-screen high-definition TVs with crisper images, it may seem odd that an increasing number of viewers
are opting to watch their favorite shows on the smaller screens of their computers.
Yongwoo Lee, the general artistic director of the Gwangju Biennale 2004, certainly came up with an original and courageous take on the problem: Starting from the insight that viewers
are equal partners in the making of an artwork, he decided to pair each invited artist with a "viewer
-participant," an individual unconnected to the artist and his or her work (or rather, since the viewer
-participants were selected first, to pair each viewer
-participant with an artist according to the aesthetic inclinations, or other relevant attributes, of the former).
We recognize that we have many loyal rural viewers
out there who may not fit the traditional definition of a farmer or rancher," Adinamis says.
Armed with context provided by the front cover, viewers
can appreciate the message conveyed by the back cover.
Though the point is only implicit in Goffen's discussion, Bellini knew that many viewers
would imaginatively participate in his works.
Representing a unique service among local independent broadcasters, "9 ON LINE" affords Channel 9 viewers
the opportunity to directly communicate with the station's news department, whether to offer personal views, respond to surveys, address key issues of the day and/or to request specific information of importance to their neighborhoods or the region as a whole.
And for both viewers
and publishers, Veoh's peer-to-peer network, built from the ground up for video distribution, assures that publishers can provide viewers
with a full-screen, DVD-quality experience.
As the networks are about to kick off their portion of the semi-annual Television Critics Association press tour - starting Tuesday with the WB - it's become apparent that each has assumed a distinctive approach to luring viewers
on them to perform (or refrain from performing) particular actions that will determine the outcome of a changing work Those who take part assume a level of responsibility for how the piece plays out; for example, in As Yet Untitled, 1992-95, viewers
could temporarily stop a robot from shredding old photographs.
LOS ANGELES -- The series premiere of Bravo's "Top Design," which is tonight, Wednesday, January 31 at 11 PM ET/PT (and moves to its regular 10 PM timeslot on Wednesday, February 7) following "Top Chef's" season two finale, will have viewers
glued to their seats - and cell phones.
The redesigned CNN Headline News, which shrinks the anchor and video images to make room for a flurry of graphics, is getting a negative reception from television critics while viewers