New Releases

2012 | 10:15
Oded Hirsch, Nothing New
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Hirsch’s most ambitious film to date and the pinnacle of his trilogy, Nothing New depicts the epic rescue mission of a man whose parachute is caught on electricity power lines. Involving hundreds of participants in a desolate field...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: activism, art collective, body, conceptual art, labor, landscape, performance

1969 | 1:18:35
Videofreex, Subject to Change
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In early 1969, inspired by the raw energy of their Woodstock tapes, a CBS television executive named Don West commissioned the nascent Videofreex collective to produce a new kind of TV program with "contemporary relevancy" to be aimed at the...

 

Collection: New Releases, Videofreex Archive, Single Titles

Tags: art collective, film or videomaking, television, video history

1976 | 04:35
Peer Bode, 1-87
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"Inspired by Ralph Hocking's fish biting video.  Eighty-seven stones thrown, volumes shifting of water sound, a real time performance event. Holding the camera and throwing 87 stones into the frame. 1/2" reel to reel Sony portapack." ...

 

Collection: New Releases, Early Video Art, Single Titles

Tags: mental landscape, performance, video history

Flatform, Movements of an impossible time
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An abandoned rural house, the Ravel Quartet in F major and then rain, wind, snow and fog are the elements of which this video is composed. In an impossible procession, one take presents four atmospheric agents to strike against the house. The...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: environment, landscape, music, nature