University of Washington
Sculptor and video artist in Seattle and New York City
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Outtake and master copy videotapes. Included are episodes on sound sculptor Liz Phillips; video artist Nam June Paik; sculptor George Segal; New Museum director Marcia Tucker; Ivan Karp of the OK Harris Gallery in New York City, and photographers Rick Derman, Cosmos, and Tom Drysdale who exhibited there; and a debate on modern art between Dr. Martin Abend and Professor Peter Fingesten at the Museum of Modern Art, 1979
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Three video interviews (on four DVDs) with Paul Ryan, Frank Gillette, and Ira Schneider, founders of the Raindance Corporation, conducted in 1992 by John Giancola, regarding a history of the Raindance Corporation. Interviews include discussions on the early video movement in New York, the formation of the Raindance Corporation, critical issues in considering video as an art form, and the publication of the collective's magazine Radical Software. DVD formats contain embedded indexes
New York University Libraries
The archive primarily reflects Deirdre Boyle's research for the book Subject to Change: Guerrilla Television Revisited. The guerrilla TV movement began in the late 1960s with the commercial release and marketing of the portable video camera. It documents the growing accessibility of video technology and the rise of video collectives committed to using videotape as an artistic, storytelling, documentary, and socially transforming medium. Additionally, the archive shows the development of video preservation concerns, the rise of video collections within public and academic research libraries and the connections between underground video, cable and corporate television networks. The archive is particularly rich in personal interviews between Boyle and many influential individuals such as Skip Blumberg, Allen Rucker, Wendy Apple, and Michael Shamberg, who were involved in video collectives such as Top Value Television (TVTV), the Videofreex, New Orleans Public Access Cable, and Broadside ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
Getty Research Institute
This tape relates to an exhibition of Stoerchle's video and performance art at the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum on Dec. 12, 1982. His videotapes were shown continuously throughout the day, and in the evening Daniel Lentz, Dick Dunlap, and Sam Erenberg recreated some of Stoerchle's performance pieces
Getty Research Institute
The Getty Research Institute presented the California Video Screening Series in association with the California Video exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Each of the screenings was organized by a guest curator and expressed an alternative view of the diverse history of video art in California. Each screening features several works. The recordings include some lectures (presented by the hosts of the events) and/or conversations regarding the screenings
Getty Research Institute
Collected by Wolf Vostell's friend, the German art critic Heinz Ohff, the Wolf Vostell papers document the activities of one of Europe's pioneers in video art, Happenings, and Fluxus. The bulk of the material dates from the 1970s and the early 1980s, a prolific period in Vostell's career. Including correspondence, signed drawings and notes, press clippings, invitations to Happenings and exhibitions, posters, and other printed ephemera, the collection provides a broad, if selective, overview of Vostell's career and art. Many of the items are signed, dedicated, initialed, stamped and/or hand-written by Vostell, often in the form of correspondence to Ohff. Particluarly well documented are several of Vostell's Happenings, his first retrospective exhibition in Paris in 1974, the mobile museum Fluxus Zug (Fluxus Train), the Vostell Environment Museum, the Vostell Archive in Berlin, and his work for the Museo Vostell de Malpartida de Cáceres in Spain. Also included are ephemera from ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
An ensemble of original works and printed matter documenting Brown's intent to build a useable study collection of avant-garde materials, dating from 1916-1995 (bulk 1960-1985). In-depth holdings by artists participating in Fluxus, happenings, concrete, sound and visual poetry, mail art, copy art, rubber stamp printing, new music, and video and performance art underscore her range of interests. The collection's broad scope presents a comprehensive account of alternative movements, distribution networks and exhibition venues of the 1960s and 1970s
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library

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