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Cave Girls. With Cara Brownell, Bush Tetras, Ellen Cooper, Ilona Granet, Marnie Greenholz, Julie Harrison, Becky Howland, Virge Piersol, Judy Ross, Bebe Smith, Kiki Smith, Teri Slotkin, Y-Pants & Sophie VDT.
Topic: Cave Girls
MWF Video Club
by Lee Williams and Angela Anderson
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This video is comprised of a collection of cheeky cheerleading performances. From a document accompanying one of the videos: "'It's angry but it's a celebration.' Using the American myth of cheerleading, it raises ambiguities about religion, men, organizations and women's definition of themselves. But it is designed to be entertaining rather than didactic." Transferred by XFR Collective in 2019 from VHS. Created by Lee Williams and Angela Anderson. Other contributors include Alexei...
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Topics: XFR Collective, VHS, Cheerleaders, Feminism, American culture
MWF Video Club
by Betsy Sussler
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An adaptation of the play Ein Mann, Ein Worterbuch by Franz Xaver Kroetz. Translated by Michael Roloff and Carl Weber.
MWF Video Club
by Cara Brownell
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Cave Girls. With Cara Brownell, Bush Tetras, Ellen Cooper, Ilona Granet, Marnie Greenholz, Julie Harrison, Becky Howland, Virge Piersol, Judy Ross, Bebe Smith, Kiki Smith, Teri Slotkin, Y-Pants & Sophie VDT. The original Colab live TV show was later distributed by MWF Club, shot on 3/4" U-matic with a super8 roll in of the original Cave Girls film.
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Alan W. Moore
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A tape of mostly silent experiments with an analog video synthesizer, raw footage that was edited in a work that has yet to surface. Recorded at Young Filmmakers sometime between 1984 and 1986 (the date on the reel is October 2nd, 1984 but unclear if that is the date of the recording).   The 3/4" U-Matic tape was digitized on March 8th, 2021 by XFR Collective, part of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club preservation project. 
Topics: u-matic, experimental video, video graphics, nyc, alan moore, upitn, xfrcollective, video art
MWF Video Club
by Potato Wolf
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Welcome to the 80's, various sections with many performers. Alan Moore has a cardboard machine gun, Mitch Corber's voiceover an a woman's voice singing operatically, a woman's voice singing the Battle Hymn of the Republic. Video collage with cardboard BAM signs and war footage. A man yells out a manifesto, homemade porn cut in, clips of amusement park and more. Ilona Granet performs a rant about bombs. Views of an orchestra and an ad for a Robot Repair Kit. Mindy Stevenson reads and Mitch...
Topics: MWF Video Club, Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Jim C. (James Cornwell)
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NYC (1984) A videorecording by Jim C.; English dialogue; 17 minutes. The late poet, Miguel Piñero recites his unique style of poetry.
MWF Video Club
by various artists
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Meat" (September 1981 sampler) approx. 60min. "Welcome to the Eighties" produced by Christof Kohlhofer, sets by Kohlhofer, Tom Otterness; robot skit by Robin Winters "World War III Show" produced by Alan Moore, machine gunning by Moore "Nuke Me, Nuke My Dog" produced by Joseph Nechvatal, performance by Ilona Granet; reading by Michael Parker "Super Vista" a super-8 film produced by Cara Perlman "Cave Girls" produced by Cara Brownell and...
MWF Video Club
by Robert Cooney
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Montage of clips and audio relating to the state of race relations and immigration
MWF Video Club
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Potato Wolf episode based on Euripides' play Cyclops. Performers include Sally White, Jim Sutcliffe, Olivia Beens, Mitch Corber and others.
MWF Video Club
by Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club
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Compilation of material from members of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club
MWF Video Club
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Compilation of sample videos from Potato Wolf artists including Mary McFerren, Brian Piersol, Jim Sutcliffe, Franz Vila, Albert Dimartino, Sophie Vieille, Mitch Corber, and Sally White.
MWF Video Club
by Potato Wolf
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April Fools day special featuring performance by Rockets Redglare, Ellen Cooper, Diane Torr, Virginia Piersol, Bobby G. Mindy Stevenson, Mitch Corber
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Walter Wright
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A sampler of live video performances from Walter Wright's Video Jam events. Artists include: Curtis Bahn, Walter Wright, Ron Lessard, Andrew Lersten, Boyd Nutting, Marilda Castro.  Transferred from VHS on 9/21/2020 by XFR Collective as part of the  M/W/F Video Club preservation project. Video errors and anomalies are inherent to the source material. 
Topics: video art, video performance, walter wright
MWF Video Club
by Unwahr Galerie
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A video-magazine style reel of installations, videos, and short films presented as part of the Unwahre Galerie's 1992 program. The Unwahre Galerie was an artist-run gallery in the center of East Berlin. Artists included in the reel are Paul Murray, Kevin Row, Stephan Klimas, Jens Heise, James Kelly, Kerry Baldry, Marcel Hager, Stefan Heidenreich, Tassilo Blittersdorf, Udo Wed, Margriet Snatersee, Almuth Muller, and Simon Hyde. A full list of artworks and credits is available in the Download...
Topic: vhs, video art, installation art, east berlin, short films, monday/wednesday/friday video club, mwf...
MWF Video Club
by George Shifini
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Nightmare Theater, 10:37 Directed by George Shifini; Produced by Alan Moore; Crew: Mary McFerran, Mitch Corber, Maria Thompson, Christy Rupp, Dan Asher, Julie Harrison, Tim Burns, Mindy Stevenson & Brian Piersol; music by Carol Parkinson; Cast: Bradley Eros, Nancy Girl, Peter Cramer, Sophie Viel, Lee Gordon, Jim Sutcliffe, Marcel Fieva, Maria Thompson, Sally White & Albert Dimartino
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Kembra Pfahler
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Kembra Pfahler, Cowboy Stories. Beautiful, trance-like multiple rescans of Pfahler's performance work with husband Samoa. Soundtrack is a cover of Abba's "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!
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by Terrance Grace
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Music video for band Details At Eleven's song, "Rumble," from the new Details At Eleven LP on Dossier Records. Directed, edited & shot by Terrance Grace.
MWF Video Club
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Videotape by Franck Goldberg, a compilation including"Who Killed Michael Stewart?", a documentary about a case of police brutality in the 80's NYC, the killing of graffiti artist Michael Stewart (30mn); "Promised Land" a non linear narrative starring Nick Zedd as a neo-nazi (17mn); "No Sell Out" a music video about Malcolm X (6mn); and "Red Souvenir" a short doc/art video about NewYoricans kids in the 80's NYC East Village (9mn).
MWF Video Club
by Kembra Pfahler
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Kembra Pfahler- Cowboy Stories
Topics: MWF, Kembra Pfahler
MWF Video Club
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Monday Wednesday Friday Video Club Jack Smith
Topic: MWF Video Club
MWF Video Club
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When the music of Casiopea is involuntarily unleashed on the city of New York, the band finds that it casts a spell on women, compelling them to dance. Props made by Alan W. Moore.
MWF Video Club
by Robert Parker
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Video from a Robert Parker opening
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
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Flag Show at HFX Multimedia, Anti Utopia Show at Ballet Space, Prof. Louis, D. Hatchette, Compilations by Lynn Seeney, Valerie F. From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV show. They interviewed and profiled visual artists, musicians, writers, and filmmakers and documented the cultural scene of New York's Lower East Side. They also presented original experimental video work. The videotaped programs were aired on...
Topics: art documentation, art exhibition, performance
MWF Video Club
by Hank Linhart
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Black and white animation about an insurance agent
MWF Video Club
by The Video Band
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The Video Band: Glen Scantlebury, Lucy Phillips, Jim Barrett, Gregory Jones, Jim Haygood. Original Music: Glen Scantlebury, Lucy Phillips, Gregory Jones. Recorded at T&B Audio Labs. Post Produced at One Pass Film/Video. Copyright 1984 The Video Band. "Reagan Commercials crew: Glen Scantlebury, Jim Haygood. Copyright 1981. "From the Field" crew: Glen Scantlebury, Jim Haygood. Copyright 1982. "Reverse Angles" crew: Glen Scantlebury, Lucy Phillips, Jan Heyneker, Jim...
MWF Video Club
by Molly Bernstein
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WWIII artists speak about their work as images of it are displayed. WW3 promo video.
MWF Video Club
by Peter Fend
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Tape reads: 'Scott Henson talk.' Fend talks with audience about his work, geo-politics, Chernobyl, the end of oil, the rise of seaweed power, and various other climate related issues.
MWF Video Club
by Monday Wednesday Friday Video Club
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Color Bars followed by text "Monday Wednesday Friday Presents
MWF Video Club
by Mitch Corber and Alan Moore
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Promotional video made presumably for M/W/F Distribution of Glenn O'Brien's "TV Party" episodes for videotape.
MWF Video Club
by Franck Goldberg
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A video documentary by Franck Goldberg shot in the NYC East Village in 1989. Squatters and police clashes during the demolition of a burned out squat facilitated by the police occupation of Tompkins Square Park. A portrait of the East Village that is no more.
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MWF Video Club
by Bradley Eros
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Box reads: Matthew C's Poetry Music, ABC No Rio open mike. World artists musicians performance. Video contents: Various performances of poetry & music.
MWF Video Club
by Potato Wolf
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Potato Wolf Cat/Capitalism
Topic: MWF Video Club
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver & Lynn Seeney
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Event at ABC No Rio in NYC. From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV show. They interviewed and profiled visual artists, musicians, writers and filmmakers and documented the cultural scene of New York's Lower East Side. They also presented original experimental video work. The videotaped programs were aired on Channel D on Manhattan Cable TV, which evolved into Manhattan Neighborhood Network. Transferred on...
Topic: MWF Video Club
MWF Video Club
by J. Kathleen White
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Dr. Jeckyll & Ms. Hyde,5:02 Written, designed & painted by J. Kathleen White; photography & editing: David Saunders; with Penny White, Genie Chips & J.K. White
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
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Edited video documentation of The Real Estate Show, an illegal exhibition that took place in a city owned building on Delancey Street on New Years Eve to New Years Day, 1979-1980. Video includes scenes of the artists in the space, shots of the surrounding neighborhood, the exhibition, and the reception. The collective later became ABC No Rio. Rolling frame and dropout are artifacts from the original editing.
MWF Video Club
by Mindy Stevenson
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The Human Commodity (1980), 11:58 Directed by Mindy Stevenson; with Cara Perlman, Larry Meltzer, Michael Hrynyk, Caz Porter, Michael Parker, Haoui Montaug, A. Nymos, Jim Geiger, Lindzee Smith, Betsy Sussler, Louisa Marcellus, Bernice Rubin, Lisa Genet, Lyn Smith, Cody McClymont, Betsy Green, Coleen Fitzgibbon, Kathy Underhill
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
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Rapture of the Deep, 29:17 With Alan Moore, Virginia Piersol, Peter Fend, Kiki Smith, Ellen Cooper, Judy Ross, Jim Sutcliffe, Mitch Corber, Ilona Granet, Bobby G, Mindy Stevenson, Christy Rupp, Carol Parkinson, Robert Klein, Terry Mohre & Peter Mohnnig
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Paul Sandresky
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Short film by Paul Sandresky in three parts: The Tyranny of Symmetry, Wishbone Keystone, and The Horse Latitudes.
Topics: experimental video, Paul Sandresky, video art
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
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This episode of Downtown Tonight features The Great Debate with Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney, "This is Not America Tape" by Dennis Pennis, comedian Stan Rifken, and the Tunnell Fashion Show. Produced by Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney. From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV show. They interviewed and profiled visual artists, musicians, writers, and filmmakers and documented the cultural scene of New...
Topics: fashion show, presidential election, george h.w. bush
MWF Video Club
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Monday get together of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club.
MWF Video Club
by Robert Parker
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Robert Parker's country life.
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by Svboda
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One minute spot for Cast Iron TV. This VHS tape was digitzed by XFR Collective on March 5th, 2021 as part of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday preservation project.
Topics: vhs, cast iron tv, xfrcollective, monday/wednesday/friday video club, mwf video club, video art
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Sophie Vielle 4 Fashion Horses
Topic: Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club
MWF Video Club
by Yomama Arts
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An edited document of Musica Para Hot Sundays, a free music event held by Yomama Arts in Union Square Park, New York City.
Topic: tba
MWF Video Club
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Logo for Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club.
XFR Collective
by All Color News
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On this episode of All Color News, scenes from the New York City subway, Puerto Rican independence group FALN claims responsibility for recent bombings, rats are spotted in lower Manhattan meat markets, and clips from the 52nd Annual Golden Gloves amateur boxing tournament [on Friday, March 10, 1978 at Madison Square Garden]. Contents described with the tape: "We Want Protection, Pay Us to Play, Subway Noir, FIRES, Bomb/Terrorist [def], Chinese Meat, Golden Gloves, Michael McCloud" ©...
Topics: puerto rico, subway, boxing
MWF Video Club
by Kembra Pfahler
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Kembra Pfahler and band performing at the Knitting Factory in NYC, presumably 1987. Intercut between live performances are performative commercials for phone sex lines.  This VHS tape was digitized as part of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club preservation project. 
Topic: kembra pfahler, the voluptuous horror of karen black, downtown nyc, mwf video club,...
MWF Video Club
by Rik Little
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Documentary of No Se No and Rivington School; visual arts/performance/sculpture garden
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by Betsy Newman
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Pink Pajamas (1986), 7:48 Conceived & performed by Betsy Newman; Camera, lighting & editing by Roger Christiansen; performance directed by Kitty Parks
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
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Colab 78-80 (1978-80), 26:42 Anybody’s Show by Ulli Rimkus with Christof Kohlhofer & Liz X End of the World by Cara Perlman with Matthew Geller, Cara Perlman & Sally White July 4, 1980 by Bobby G with Community BD. 12 Summer Youth Employment Program Real Estate Show with Peter Moehnig, Rebecca Howland, Alan Moore Shipwreck by Alan Moore with Cara Perlman, David Levine, Jim Sutcliffe & Bobby G Dance of the Leper by Jim Sutcliffe All Color News (Colab) with Beth B, Scott B, Alan...
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
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Video documentation taken during the break down of an exhibition at the City College of New York.
MWF Video Club
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Strife (1982-1983), 8:11 Produced by Alan Moore, with Leonard Abrams, Mike Robinson, Brian Piersol, Mitch Corber, Jim Sutcliffe, Joseph Nechvatal, Gregory Lehman, Kiki Smith, Terry Mohre, Christy Rupp, Julie Harrison, George Shustowicz, Mindy Stevenson, Cara Perlman, Bobby G, Sally White, Peter Fend & Ellen Cooper
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Alan Moore, Werner Zein, David Blair
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A compilation of short, video art works by Alan Moore, David Blair, and Werner Zein. Transferred from VHS by XFR Collective on 10/24/2020. 
Topics: XFR Collective, MWF Video Club, video art, Germany, NYC
MWF Video Club
by Jim Sutcliffe, Potato Wolf
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Monday Wednesday Friday Video Club Transferred from u-matic by XFR Collective on 1/14/2020 Jim Sutcliffe shatters pieces of glass and mirror in various ways
Topics: XFR Collective, MWF, potato wolf, Monday Wednesday Friday Video Club, jim sutcliffe]
MWF Video Club
by Vacuum Bag
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Performance of Vacuum Bag at CBGBs, 3/7/89; also possibly contains Vacuum Bag @ Pyramid, 3/27/90
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by Potato Wolf
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Are you an Eskimo? Call now ---- 674-9797" Experiments in Green screen involving the depiction of eskimos, crisco, dogs.
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by Andrea Callard
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Fragments of a Self Portrait #1 (1974), 1:36 Portapak video by Andrea Callard
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Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Paul Tschinkel & Johnny Dynel
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An MC and others including Johnny Dynell sit and talk onstage. Paul Tschinkel and Inner Tube band play. Transferred on 6/11/2021 by XFR Collective from U-matic source.
Topics: MWF Video Club, Mudd Tapes
MWF Video Club
by Monday Wednesday Friday Video Club
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Interview by Alan Moore, recollections by friends in 2002. Video by Mitch Corber and Joe Zolkowski. Edited by M. Corber. Produced by A. Moore for Collaborative Projects.
Topics: Curtis Cuffie, street art, Alan Moore, Colab
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
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Tompkins Sq. Arts Fest "New Rain"  Downtown Tonight Monday 12AM Channel D Excerpts from Tompkins Square Art Festival on June 18-19, 1987 in New York City. Imagery includes performances, crafts, people walking. 23:03 Includes older clips from videos of race conflicts in Philadelphia and other unidentified cities. From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV show. They interviewed and profiled visual...
Topics: XFR Collective, U-Matic, Tompkins Square Park, arts festival, race riot, Philadelphia, New York
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
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Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney interview artists and attendees at the Polarities exhibition at the Quando gallery. An art exhibition for Collaborative Projects. Guests discuss what difference or similarities may exist between artwork by men and artwork by women. Interviewees include Barbara Korman, Bob Dombrowski, and Mitch Corber who introduces himself as Jean Paul Sartre. From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV...
Topics: art documentation, gender, collaborative projects
MWF Video Club
by Robert Cooney
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Scum Manifesto written by Valerie Solanas and first published in 1967, read over a [live] Potato Wolf performance. Transferred on 3/8/2021 by XFR Collection from U-matic.
Topics: feminism, scum, valerie solanas, cable access
MWF Video Club
by Jackson Dembar
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Twelve painters utilize the same canvas, an evolution documented as stop-motion video. Sound by Mitch Corber. Transferred from VHS by XFR Collective on 10/26/2020.
Topics: XFR Collective,, MWF Video Club, Dembar Jackson, VHS, video art
MWF Video Club
by MWF Video Club, Potato Wolf, COLAB
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This U-matic tape was digitized on 03/22/2021 as part of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club preservation project. The content was recorded live on February 4, 1983 at the Kitchen. The Island of Negative Utiopia was an exhibit with events at ABC No Rio. We see performances by the Cardboard Air Band, a choir, some individuals performing. Some of the performers are Alan Moore, Ellen Cooper, Bobby G(aka Robert Goldman), Walter Robinson, Bebe Smith, Kiki Smith, Becky Howland, Cara Perlman, Peter...
Topics: XFR Collective, COLAB, Cardboard Air Band, ABC No Rio, the Kitchen, Potato Wolf,...
MWF Video Club
by Fusion Art
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A video-magazine style report on the 1986 Spring Festival at Fusion Art on Stanton Street in NYC. This VHS tape was digitized by XFR Collective on 2/22/2021. 
Topic: installation art, video magazine, downtown nyc, east village, fusion art, xfr collective, vhs,...
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by Robert Parker
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[From M/W/F description]: "The NYC sculptor, pre-eminent in the 'Rivington School,' at his forge and in the streets scavenging for metal; also profiles of other Lower East Side artists. Produced for Japanese TV." Narration in Japanese.
MWF Video Club
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Moieties, 1984 (1983-1984), 26:51 Central American Intelligence by Brian Piersol Crew: Mindy Stevenson, Mitch Corber, Mary McFarren, George Schifini, Alan Moore, Tim Burns; Cast: Albert Di Martino, Martha Wollner, Greg Lehman, Elroy Kool, Elijah Alfred, Bruce Faxton, Eli, Jim Sutcliffe, Jay Johnson Desperate for Heat by S. Guiliano Invaded by Bruce Tovsky & Robert Raposo Kids from Outer Space by Julie Harrison & Robert Kleyn The Realization by Robert Kleyn
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Topic: mwf_video_club
MWF Video Club
by Peter Fend
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End of Exxon / World War II Again, 9:26 By Peter Fend; music by Youth in Asia
Topic: Potato Wolf
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by Christy Rupp
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City Wildlife: Mice, Rats and Roaches (1980), 16:14 Created and written by Christy Rupp; produced by Peter Von Ziegesar and Chris Post; with Dr. Betty Faber; music by Cindy Laverty
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
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Trailers for MWF video club films
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by Andrea Callard
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Drawers (1974) 11:24 Portapak video by Andrea Callard (with Cara Perlman)
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Video Junk Mail Productions
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A video project based in the notorious Starck Club of Dallas, TX. Transferred from VHS by XFR Collective on October 27th, 2020. 
Topics: XFR Collective, MWF Video Club, Starck Club, Dallas, video chain letter, VHS
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by MWF Video Club
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00:00:00 - Maurice Girodias Prince of Porn 00:04:14 - Richard Foreman at the Public Theatre 00:06:41 - The Artscam Tapes, news about Jasper Johns' "Flag." Potatowolf Television Showcase presents: After Art; a magazine featuring the Artscam Report; a production of SSG. Research and photographs by Glen Steigelman 00:08:19 - On the set with Glenn O'Brien [filming NY Beat (AKA Downtown 81)]. Mudd Club. 00:13:50 - City Wildlife; Mice Rats and Roaches (longer version:...
Topics: XFR Collective, U-matic, visual art, fashion models, New York art scene, wrestling, love
MWF Video Club
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MWF Downtown Tonight  From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV show. They interviewed and profiled visual artists, musicians, writers, and filmmakers and documented the cultural scene of New York's Lower East Side. They also presented original experimental video work. The videotaped programs were aired on Channel D on Manhattan Cable TV, which evolved into Manhattan Neighborhood Network.
Topic: Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club