Flute With Shift

1979 | 00:05:00 | United States | Color | Stereo | 4:3 | 3/4" U-matic video

Collection: Early Video Art, Single Titles

Tags: Performance, Sound, Video History

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"Newly hand-built digital video A to D and D to A with ALU bit flipping. Controlled by an ELF II computer. The image brightness changes also controlled analog synthesizer parameters of the live flute playing. I sat in the camera image zone and played along with the programmed staccato picture and sound shifts. David Jones, digital video design."

– Peer Bode

Exhibitions + Festivals

1980 “The Electronic Gallery” S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton, Binghamton NY

1981 Media Study Buffalo, Buffalo NY

1982 “The Electronic Image” Curated by Dr. Maureen Turim, The American Center, Paris, France

1982 “Video by Peer Bode” School of the Art Institute Chicago and The Center for New Television, Chicago IL

1983 “The Artist and the Computer – Video Tapes, Photographs and Computer Prints” City College of New York, New York NY

1984 “Signals as Instruments” Curated by Chris Hill, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo NY

1984 “Video and Computer Show” P.S.1, New York NY

1984 “Computer Print Outs” and “Process Tapes and Computer Prints” S.U.N.Y at Buffalo, Buffalo NY

1985 “New Digital Rhetorics and The Unknown” New Channels series, Curated by Chris Hill, Carnegie Cultural Center, North Tonawanda 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