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Doug Ischar, Alone With You
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At the heart of Alone With You is the notion of impassioned avarice, i.e. the kind of motivated acquisitiveness that drives both erotic desire and obsessive collecting.

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: art collectors, body, found footage, gender, photography, sexuality, visual art

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

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Most of TVTV’s work takes place in the city, at the center of some pop culture event. “The Good Times Are Killing Me” takes place in the country – Southwest Louisiana, around the towns of Mamou and Eunice, the heart of Cajun country. This is an...

 

Collection: New Releases, Early Video Art, Single Titles

Tags: documentary, humor, television, video history

1971 | 04:20
Videofreex, Mes and Youse
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A wonderful and humorous example of early image processing, Parry Teasdale and Carol Vontobel perform to camera as their faces are morphed together, forming an image of one person.  The exercise is repeated by Nancy Cain and Skip Blumberg as...

 

Collection: New Releases, Videofreex Archive, Single Titles

Tags: art collective, film or videomaking, humor, image processing, performance, technology