Artspeak, a video by artist Bill Claps, “explores the often incomprehensible language used by many curators, writers, critics, and other art insiders, which has alienated much of of the art-viewing public.“
The New York artist captures people’s thoughts and feelings about contemporary art, and includes footage shot in the streets, galleries and art fairs of New York, and in several countries in Europe.
The film was recently screened at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. Eventually it will be available to view online. In the meantime see the trailer: