Andy Warhol, the pop artist who would have turned 85 on Tuesday, died in 1987, so he never lived to experience the Internet.
To celebrate his birthday, the Andy Warhol Museum in
For the venture, the Warhol museum is teaming up with Earthcam, a company that specializes in live-streaming.
Starting on Tuesday at midnight, there will be continuous streaming video of both venues at earthcam.com/warhol.
He died in
The grave is scheduled to be visited by the artist's nephew, Donald, and museum director Eric Shiner at noon Pacific Time on Tuesday.
Warhol himself made ample use of the long, unbroken camera take in his art work. His movie "Empire" features an eight-hour fixed shot of the