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IAFOR Journal of Cultural Studies
In 2015 Apple unveiled its fourth generation Apple TV and presented a new screen saver with it, consisting of a collection of videos shot all over the world. A set of stunning slow-motion short videos depict aerial footage of some of the most famous skylines and landscapes from around the globe. This article looks at the question of whether these aerial videos represent a form of video art. If the answer is yes, then video art, which for more than half a century was struggling to find its placedoi:10.22492/ijcs.3.1.05 fatcat:6xpz4qriyzhjpe6cgtbsp5neg4