Vice & Intel Spread Creators Project to Five New Countries
The Creators Project, a YouTube channel and hub of its own that showcases the technological arts, is expanding to five, new markets. The Vice and Intel collaboration is launching now in Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, and Mexico, according to Stream Daily.
Vice and Intel began this partnership in 2010, bringing people in countries all over the world documentaries and other creative videos that showcase artists whose media is technology. The Creators Project has featured over 500 creators worldwide thus far, include the well-known Spike Jonze, Animal Collective, and David Bowie.
One of the new, featured artists is Mexico-based Machina, a collective that designs clothing that doubles as tech gear. The Creators Project currently shows a dancer wearing the collective’s MIDI jacket, which generates music that jives with the way you move while wearing it.
The project already spans countries like the UK, France, Germany, and Australia.Tags: Intel, machina, technology artists, the creators project, Vice, youtube, youtube channel