Aldo Tambellini: Vision & Television

1970 | 01:30:10 | United States | English | B&W | Mono | 4:3 | 1/2" open reel video

Collection: Videofreex Archive, Early Video Art

Tags: Art History, Documentation, Video History

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This title documents the participation of artist Aldo Tambellini at the opening of the 1970 exhibition Vision and Televison. Held at the Rose Art Museum of Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts from January 21st to February 22nd, the exhibition is widely regarded as the first museum exhibition of artist's video. Tambellini (b. 1930) was a pioneer of expanded media in the 1960s, and one of the first artists to use video and television as a medium.

The title is comprised of the following Videofreex reels:

  • Setting Up & Aldo I (22:07)
  • Aldo Tambellini II - Moon Black (23:15)
  • Aldo Tambellini III - Moon Black (22:04)
  • Aldo Tambellini IV, Charlotte Moorman, Yes/No, Skip's Tongue (22:04)