1970 | 00:02:35 | United States | English | B&W | Mono | 4:3 | 1/2" open reel video

Collection: Videofreex Archive, Single Titles

Tags: Art Collective, City, Consumer culture, Crime or Violence, Culture Jamming, Film or Videomaking, Performance, Politics, Technology, Video History

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Taped on Prince Street in Soho, New York City, Skip Blumberg creates a one-word performance. Shouting the word "money" over and over, he attracts the attention of New York's finest. The video crew attempt to explain to the policemen that there is no public disorder as the streets were empty when they began to tape.

The video is an unwitting early example of the reaction of the state to the use of video cameras on the streets.

Exhibitions + Festivals

58th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, 2012

Roots and Culture Community Art Center, March 11 2012