Video art has proven to be a difficult media to document since its relatively recent entrance into the art world. There has been much debate as to what rights one has over a video after its purchase and artists of the craft don’t typically share their videos on public domains so the only way to access them (in many cases) is to see them in the actual galleries and museums! Lin Ke is a video artist and part of a fantastic generation of young contemporary artists from China. Although we don’t have access to any of his looped multimedia creations, his post-internet and glitchy styles still create beautiful images and the stills still hold a coherent aesthetic. His art is one that pushes boundaries between high and low art as its primary planes are oftentimes constructed on desktop screens and such. What do you think of these images of his work? Let us know below!