100 Sec. Lumination

1976 | 00:01:51 | United States | Color | Mono | 4:3 | 1/2" open reel video

Collection: Early Video Art, Single Titles

Tags: Image Processing, Time, Video History

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"My first digital recording and my first and only recording with Don McArthur's "Spatial and Intensity Digitizer". The digitizer was not working properly. I had no idea. The shift I saw was stunning. Digitalization of luminosity, strange notion, wonderful light and early digital embodiment. Image/signal in digitized state/space, noise field. I always thought of this to be 100 seconds of very beautiful digital light noise." 

– Peer Bode

Exhibitions + Festivals

1977 "Peer Bode Video" Arnolfini Art Center, Rhineback NY

1978 14th Annual Avant Garde Festival, Cambridge MA

1978 "The Process Tapes" Experimental Television, Binghamton NY

1979 "Projects: Video XXVIII" Curated by Barbara London, Museum of Modern Art, New York NY

1979 The Kitchen Center, New York NY

1995 "Peer Bode Early and Recent Works 1974-1995" The Knitting Factory, New York NY

2001 "Peer Bode Video Arts" Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China