Being an artist at http://www.youtube.com/qipengart I was wondering whether YouTube is the future of traditional/digital/video art. Much of the stuff is influenced by Bill Viola but it seems like his work is relegated to the art museums but I want to take a more populist stand for the future of video art (done on a Mac too). Also anyone thinks that the art museum can use YouTube as the future place for installation or video art? I would love to see digital art reach the masses without the elitism of the "techie art" syndrome. Any ideas whether YouTube can make video art or any type of art more popular than visiting museums? Or no substitute for the traditional art experience?