Local Media Art Company to Distribute National DVD for Lynn Hershman Leeson

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ASPECT will distribute Lynn Hershman Leeson’s DVD entitled The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson. ASPECT’s mission is to distribute and archive works of time -based art. This distribution is a proud moment for ASPECT as Leeson has been a monumental influence in the art world.

ASPECT continues to produce outstanding volumes of their unique new media art DVD magazine, and now the company is gearing up for a new venture. ASPECT will distribute Lynn Hershman Leeson’s DVD entitled, The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson.

ASPECT’s mission is to distribute and archive works of time-based art. The magazine never fails to produce digital magazines of the highest quality. ASPECT is the premier resource for this genre and twice a year they feature a collection of fascinating new works from renowned artists. The distribution of Lynn Hershman Leeson’s DVD is a proud moment for ASPECT because she has been a driving force in both new media and conventional art.

“Leeson’s art is of the highest rank, pressing to discover answers to the biggest questions, yet never without ingratiating irony,” said Valerie Gladstone of Art News.

Lynn Hershman Leeson has an abundance of artistic accomplishments that are admired by artists everywhere. Her work has been exhibited in over 200 major art institutions. This DVD provides a timeline of her artistic achievements and was co-published by the University of California Press and the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle in 2005 to accompany an exhibition and catalog of the same title.

The DVD can be purchased online at http://www.aspectmag.com for $25.00 or bundled with Volume 7 of ASPECT for $40.00. Her work is featured in detail with commentary in Volume 7, and offers an even deeper understanding of her works. This offer will begin the first week of July. Contact Michael Mittelman with any questions and to submit orders.

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