10 videotapes related to Zipcut Video and Long Beach Museum of Art cable programming

Zipcut Video

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9 videocasettes of 9 (U-Matic) : sound ; 3/4 in.
1 videocasette of 1 (VHS) : sound ; 1/2 in.
A collection of videotapes containing works by Zipcut Video (a collaboration between artists Patrick Scott (a.k.a. Patrick Marca-Registrada) and Gene Wirth from 1981 to 1982), and other videotapes related to LBMA's experiments in producing video art for cable broadcasts.
Zipcut Video -- -- Marca Registrada (aka Zipcut Video), 1981-1982 -- -- Marca Registrada (aka Zipcut Video), 1982 -- -- LBMA -- -- Stuart Bender, c1986-1987 -- -- Patrick Scott -- -- LBMA, 1990 -- -- Unknown -- -- LBMA -- -- LBMA.
Zipcut Video was best known for producing the Zipcut Video Variety Show, which Patrick Scott describes as "an attempt to arrange a very eclectic mix of original non-commercial music videos with a guest artist-host into something that could be viable for cable television."..
Title devised.
Videos are unavailable until reformatted. Contact the repository for information regarding access.
Several other tapes by Patrick Scott and Zipcut Video are held in the LBMA archive.

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