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Videofreex, Tuned In, Turned On! Videofreex Tape the World
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Formed in 1969 at the legendary Woodstock Music Festival by David Cort and Parry Teasdale, who met while taping the events with the newly available Portapak video equipment, the Videofreex (also known as "the Freex") were one of the very first...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations, Videofreex Archive, Early Video Art

Tags: activism, african-american, art collective, body, chicago art, consumer culture, feminism, film or videomaking, image processing, performance, race, state, the, technology, television, video history

Peer Bode, Front Hand Back Hand
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"Actions, states, one B+W video camera, the Paik Abe Colorizer, a video switcher. The two states, a b a b, I put my hand in the camera frame and saw a colored hand shifting. I moved my, the, hand, including back and forth, realizing or connecting...

 

Collection: New Releases, Early Video Art, Single Titles

Tags: humor, image processing, performance, video history

Nathaniel Dorsky: An Interview
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Nathaniel Dorsky’s films are precise articulations of cinematic qualities: the surprise of an edit, the composition of framing, and the...

 

Collection: New Releases, On Art and Artists, Interviews, Single Titles

Tags: film or videomaking, interview, vdb interviews

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Barry Doupé Videoworks: Volume 1
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Barry Doupé is known for using crude computer-animation indicative of early video games to create unnatural environments populated by strange abstracted characters. The spaces and the characters within them are never stable, always in a liminal...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: animation, body, mental landscape, videoworks