Single Artist Compilations

Single Artist Compilations are surveys of an artists moving image work.
Animal Charm Videoworks: Volume 2: Hot Mirror Mix

A collection of videotapes from Animal Charm that reconfigure found footage, creating a compelling new world of odd juxtaposition and sinister strangeness.

 

 

 

Animal Charm Videoworks: Volume 3, Computer Smarts

Furthering the Animal Charm mission to undermine normality and create new stories from old, the videotapes in this collection seek to reinterpret and/or disrupt the flow of found footage narrative.

 

Ben Coonley: Post Pony Trilogy

In the Post Pony Trilogy, Coonley serves as frustrated host to a series of flawed lessons on currency markets and current events. His heartbreak over a missing pony sidekick presents an obstacle to achieving his pedagogical goals. While...

 

Ben Coonley: Trick Pony Trilogy

The Trick Pony Trilogy is a series of parodic instructional videos hosted by the artist and a talking mechanical hobbyhorse. Human and pony present lessons on a series of rule-based systems including Texas country dancing, the film...

 

Anthony Discenza Videoworks: Volume 1

A compilation of Anthony Discenza's Videoworks, made from 1997 to 1999.

 

Barbara Aronofsky Latham, Barbara Latham Videoworks: Volume 1

The five videos featured here investigate video as a tool for storytelling and the construction of alternate identities. Ultimately Latham concludes that video is an unsatisfactory and cumbersome tool useful only for the creation of dislocated...

 

Anne McGuire Videoworks: Volume 1

A compilation of Anne McGuire's videoworks from 1991 - 1998.

 

Bob Snyder: Sound and Video 1975-1990

A compilation of works by Bob Snyder, remarkable for their formal elegance, conceptual scope and sensual lusciousness.

 

Animal Charm Videoworks: Volume 1

This compilation is a fresh, witty, and compelling addition to video’s rich legacy of media deconstruction. Through appropriation and reassemblage, these intriguing works upset the hypnotic spectacle of TV viewing by displacing its logic and...