Back in 2010 YouTube and the Guggenheim came together to create fantastic biennial video art, carefully curated from thousands of submissions from all over the world.
Around twenty talented creatives made the cut and we were there to film profiles of the lucky chosen few. As well as these short documentations the entire event was projected as both the New York and Bilbao Guggenheim spots as well as being streamed live straight to YouTube. These same locations also had the recorded streams projected on public view for weeks following the unveiling.
Two people selected to exhibit at this extraordinary event were photographer Keith Loutit and artist Lisa Byrne. Keith's work primarily looks at selected focus and the remapping of time through time-lapse photography, whereas Lisa's sees her driving a taxi around Belfast listening to the chilling stories of locals from the community.