Single Artist Compilations

Single Artist Compilations are surveys of an artists moving image work.
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By assembling these three films, the Endless Dreams compilation provides a unique opportunity to explore the vast array of cinematic modes employed by Green’s filmic oeuvre, and how these are articulated in her layered spatial and extrasensory...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations

Tags: autobiography, conceptual art, diary, documentation, expedition/travel, landscape, memory, mental landscape, poetry, time

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At the epicenter of Green’s extensive multimedia installation Partially Buried in Three Parts (1996-1997), Partially Buried (1996) and Partially Buried Continued (1997) explore a web of genealogical traces, initiated by a reflection upon the work...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations

Tags: activism, art history, conceptual art, crime or violence, history, memory, time, war

Dana Levy: Museum Intervention Works
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“Levy's work is both ramified and momentous, addressing environments of many kinds, and filled with stories in which human behavior has played a decisive role.”  — Noam Gal, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: architecture, art collectors, death and dying, environment, installation, nature

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These early works by artist Suzie Silver form a trilogy centering around popular culture and queer desire.

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: body, camp, culture jamming, humor, lgbtq, music

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Created in a deadpan presentational style reminiscent of Coonley's faux-instructional Pony videos, the Experimental Philosophy Trilogy fuses a farrago of materials appropriated from stock media archives, chroma-key mischief, and simulated audience...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations

Tags: camp, humor, philosophy

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 A.K. Burns’ early video works use ritualized performance, finite gestures, dueling and duality to explore power relations and the body. In Electric at the Cosmic Age Lodge (2005) safety-orange spandex clad body-doubles wrestle through outer-...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations

Tags: body, conceptual art, performance

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The Surface Tension Trilogy is comprised of three experimental videos tracking the rise and fall of the Weimar Era in Berlin through the perspectives of Frida Kahlo & Anita Berber, Hannah Hoch, and Leni Riefenstahl & Eva Braun, each of them...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Artist Compilations

Tags: art history, camp, lgbtq, performance, sexuality

Marcia Tucker 1974: An Interview
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In April 1974, Video Data Bank co-founders Lyn Blumenthal and Kate Horsfield conducted their first interview, an in-depth conversation with art historian and curator Marcia Tucker. During the remainder of that year, Blumenthal and Horsfield went on...

 

Collection: On Art and Artists, Single Artist Compilations

Tags: art criticism, art history, blumenthal/horsfield interviews, feminism

Ezra Wube Videoworks
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Selections of Ezra Wube's animation, each uniquely referencing time, urban experience and cross-cultural mobility.

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations

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