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The MWF Video Club collection on the Internet Archive contains all material that was digitized from the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club Collection during the course of XFR STN from June 17th through September 8th, 2013. Custodial History For XFR STN, the videotapes from the MWF Video Club were brought to the New Museum from an off-site storage location in Staten Island. Alan Moore and other members of Collaborative Projects then sorted through the material to identify video for migration to...
Topics: MWF Video Club, Alan Moore, XFR STN, New Museum, Collaborative Projects
XFR STN Project
by Malin Abrahamsson
movies

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One part of a multi-part video piece dealing with endurance. The video was exhibited at the SVA Gallery in SoHo, New York, in the spring of 1998. In the installation, a TV-monitor was placed on a pedestal facing the gallery entrance with a one inch wide white strip of paper leading from the front door, along the floor and up the pedestal till the monitor. On the paper strip, which was several feet long, the hand-written line "I'm sorry" was repeated for its entire length.
New Museum
New Museum
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56
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11,249
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Videos here were culled from the New Museum archive and migrated during "XFR STN."
MWF Video Club
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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
movies

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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
XFR STN Project
by Peter Doughtery, Ted Demme, Moses Endinborough, Jac Benson, Kenny Buford, Gabriel Tolliver, Ed Lover, Dr. Dre, T-Money, Todd-1
movies

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favorite 6

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Best of YO! MTV Raps live friday performances caught on stage at the old National Studios on 42nd Street. ED LOVER, DR. DRE, and Todd-1. Performances featured Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Main Source, Naughty By Nature, Geto Boys, Nice and Smooth, Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, House of Pain, YO-YO, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Leaders Of The New School, DJ Quik, Illegal, Eric B & Rakim, EMPD, Nice and Smooth/Gangstarr, Brand Nubian.
XFR STN Project
by Barbara Rosenthal
movies

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This is a two-part video, both with the artist nude and 9 months pregnant with her daughter, Ola Creston. The first segment, color, was originally shot in Super-8 film by Bill Creston. Rosenthal is seated and reading bizarre dreams from her Journal. In the second segment, originally shot with a black and white 1/2" open reel video portapak, she's climbing up and down a step-ladder priming a wall over the words "Priming a Wall, Aug 1, 1979" as the radio plays news of an art heist....
XFR STN Project
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Film by Coleen Fitzgibbon, assisted by Michael Thompson. Filmed on super8 film at outsider artist Henry Darger's apartment on a camera by Coleen Fitzgibbon, filmmaker and Michael Thompson late spring 1973 in Chicago, IL. Invited to film by Nathan Lerner and Michael Baruch. The room was cluttered with art materials, Darger's books and artworks and newspaper clippings. Transferred to VHS 3/2/97.
MWF Video Club
by Betsy Sussler
movies

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An adaptation of the play Ein Mann, Ein Worterbuch by Franz Xaver Kroetz. Translated by Michael Roloff and Carl Weber.
XFR STN Project
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This is a documentary centered around an annual event that in Newton, Massachusetts called "Elvis Day". The event celebrates the life and music of Elvis Presley. It includes interviews with the Elvis fans who attended the event as well as a performance by Elvis impersonator Monk Pelly. There is also footage from a reading by Griel Marcus from his0 book entitled "Dead Elvis".
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XFR STN Project
movies

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One of the most important television shows in history, "The Show With No Name" was a weekly cable access program broadcast from Austin, Texas. Featuring public submissions of 'clips,' interspersed with the commentary of hosts Charlie Sotelo and Cinco, "The Show with No Name" not only spoke truth to power for the Supreme Court's historic ruling in Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc. 464 U.S. 417 (1984), while articulating the wealth of challenges within the...
XFR STN Project
by Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe; Joan Murray
movies

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QUEEN OF THE MIST tells the story of Annie Edson Taylor, the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel. Combining archival footage with impressionistic re-enactment, the story is narrated by Joan Murray, author of the poems on which the video is based. Taylor was a 63 year-old teacher facing unemployment and poverty when, in 1901, she decided to take up P.T.Barnum's challenge and send herself over the Falls as her one hope to achieve fame and fortune. Instead, she was ignored and...
MWF Video Club
by Cara Brownell
movies

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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
movies

eye 358

favorite 14

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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
XFR STN Project
by Peter Doughtery, Ted Demme, Moses Endinborough, Jac Benson, Kenny Buford, Gabriel Tolliver, Ed Lover, Dr. Dre, T-Money, Todd-1
movies

eye 1,195

favorite 12

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Best of YO! MTV Raps live friday performances caught on stage at the old National Studios on 42nd Street. ED LOVER, DR. DRE, and Todd-1. Performances featured Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Main Source, Naughty By Nature, Geto Boys, Nice and Smooth, Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, House of Pain, YO-YO, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Leaders Of The New School, DJ Quik, Illegal, Eric B & Rakim, EMPD, Nice and Smooth/Gangstarr, Brand Nubian.
XFR STN Project
by Walter Steding
movies

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Concerts from the 1980's New Wave Downtown clubs. Walter Steding an the Dragon People at La Rocko club.
New Museum
by New Museum
movies

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Footage of the New Museum of Contemporary Art taken on December 1, 1994 in conjunction with Day Without Art. On view: Test Pattern by Bob Flanagan and Nancy Burson
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.
XFR STN Project
by Kathleen Laziza
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A playful videodance using mylar by the Laziza Videodance and Lumia Project. Performed at 30 Bond street in Manhattan. Music is by Jacques Dalcroze.
MWF Video Club
by various artists
movies

eye 279

favorite 7

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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...
XFR STN Project
by Shana Moulton
movies

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Excerpts from 3 separate performances: 1) Cul-De-Sac 2) Vermiformity 3) Saccharificaton
MWF Video Club
by Robert Cooney
movies

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Montage of clips and audio relating to the state of race relations and immigration
MWF Video Club
movies

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Potato Wolf episode based on Euripides' play Cyclops. Performers include Sally White, Jim Sutcliffe, Olivia Beens, Mitch Corber and others.
XFR STN Project
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Comedy b/w. Bearded bespectacled Mitch is the science professor and Jim Sutcliffe the magician who spouts sorcery, two opposite poles of thought and reason. Also Sally White narrates off-camera from a psychology textbook, and the three speakers' audio is mixed naturally in our speech, voices cascading over each other. At the end, Mitch and Jim shed their characters and speak in their own voices.
XFR STN Project
by Rebecca Migdal
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Guilty Sex was a one-woman show by Rebecca Migdal, using pre-recorded video sequences of the artist to insert additional characters into the narrative. Highlights include Fantasy Fanny dressed as a sexy Santa singing "Happiness is a Warm Gun", and a shamanic transformation occurring while packaged to a gigantic styrofoam tray. The performance tour occurred at Spartanburg Arts Council, Spartanburg SC; the I.P. Stanback Museum and the South Carolina State University at Orangeburg; and...
XFR STN Project
by David Kay
movies

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favorite 6

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Super 8 footage shot at Woodstock '99. Reel 4: B&W , 18 fps (silent). Footage shot on Sunday showing the masses of people and chaos that led to riots and fires. Music by Jimi Hendrix "Fire".
MWF Video Club
by Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club
movies

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Compilation of material from members of the Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club
New Museum
movies

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Documentation of performances from The Blue Man Group and Orshi Drozdik as part of Strange Attractions: An Evening of Chaotic Performance at the New Museum of Contemporary Art.
New Museum
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Robbie McCauley and Jeannie Hutchins performance organized in conjunction "The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980s," an exhibition co-organized by the New Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. The performance was presented at the Dance Theater Workshop, Bessie Schonberg Theater.
XFR STN Project
by Malin Abrahamsson
movies

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While a student at School of Visual Arts, Malin Abrahamsson spent a day at the corner of Wooster and Grand Streets in SoHo, New York, selling assholes to pedestrians. The assholes were sculptures made in art class and got their name by another student who was offended by the shape of the objects. ("This isn't art - these are assholes!") The comment triggered the idea to peddle these objects/assholes as a test to see if they could function and be appreciated as art despite being called...
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
New Museum
movies

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Performance by Lydia Lunch and Emilio Cubiero at DTW's Bessie Schonberg Theatre for The Decade Show Performance Series
XFR STN Project
by Kathleen Laziza
movies

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Videodance by Laziza Videodance and Lumia Project. Mute dancers explore their space as totems whose flesh is transformed into gruesome colors. Light shines from their mouths as they transcend each other. Negative Imagery and colorized by hand.
XFR STN Project
by Mary Beth Coudal
movies

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Summer in the Adirondacks. Ephemera. Skenewood. Jones family house on Lake Champlain. One-year old twin girls in stroller. Three year old boy at beach. with John Christopher Jones, Mary Betih Coudal, Mary Lou Wade, Charlotte Jones, Catherine Jones, Hayden Jones.
New Museum
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Alva Rogers and Lisa Jones performance organized in conjunction "The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980s," an exhibition co-organized by the New Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. The performance was presented at the Dance Theater Workshop, Bessie Schonberg Theater. Please note: Performance was split on two tapes. At approximately 0:33:00, there is a break of black screen during the tape switch.
XFR STN Project
movies

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Colorization experiments with superimposed words and phrases flashing. Black and white mixed with color. Superimposed phrases include "If rented," "future accepted." "She blinks," "daily...", "I rename the street" "I keep wanting to fondle/your wanton mouth", "slanting/an ant's chances", "a season's leaving" to be strung together in future editing.
XFR STN Project
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Documentation of a performance at the Giant Camera, San Francisco. Ten performers in Victorian clothes walk around outside; the audience can mingle with the performers or enter the camera obscura to see the performers on a table-like screen and hear a text-sound composition.
XFR STN Project
by TWINART
movies

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Directed by Ellen Kahn + Lynda Kahn Fashion Week Short Film documenting Cynthia Rowley / Fashion Designer in her studio the day before her fashion show.
XFR STN Project
movies

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Family slides, including childhood years and travels through Europe and West Coast, Southwest, and New England.
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!
XFR STN Project
by Victor Jara Film Collective
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The Terror and The Time is a documentary about colonialism in British Guiana during the 1950s. The film's narration is a series of poems from Martin Carter's Poems of Resistance, written and published in 1953, the year of the main events portrayed. Set against the back drop of the Cold War and international events of that same year in places such as Iran, Guatemala, Kenya and the United States, The Terror and The Time shows the election of the first "internal self-government" in the...
XFR STN Project
by Bill Creston / Channel 13 WNET
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Shot in 1/2" open reel off a TV monitor by Bill Creston, this is footage of the inside of the Channel 13 studio during an actual live broadcast of video pioneers and their students in 1974. Creston began the video programs at both Cooper Union and the School of Visual Arts with his own equipment, and soon NYU added a course. The participants sit on the floor, and around the studio, as footage is shot, and the technicians struggle to broadcast both the event, and portions of the artists'...
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MWF Video Club
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.
XFR STN Project
by David Kay
movies

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In-camera 3 minute long Kodachrome 40 film featuring Azalia Snail and her band visiting Austin, Texas. Features zombies, turntables and a whole lot of energy. With recommended music by Cap'n Dave and SebaSnail (members of Sebadoh, Azaila Snail, WoodyGuth3). For Austin Cinemaker Co-op's The Reel of Fortune compilation. (Super 8, Kodachrome 40, 3 mins.)
XFR STN Project
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Compilation of movies screened at the 2002 McGill University Student Film & Video Festival. The one-night event was held at McGill University's Cultural Studies House on Peel Street, courtesy of Brian Morel. 00:04-03:07: "Kino Quebec" [Matthew Rankin/Walter Forsberg] 03:08-14:01: "Best of Visual Media, Vol. 1" [John Snaxta/Dave Barclay/Tim Castro] 14:02-16:14: "Manimation" [Ed Orloff] 16:15-38:16: "Number One" [Michael Shea] 38:17-40:31: "Hot...
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).
New Museum
by New Museum
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Thornton Dial in conversation with Nari Ward in studio.
MWF Video Club
by Kembra Pfahler
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Kembra Pfahler- Cowboy Stories
Topics: MWF, Kembra Pfahler
New Museum
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Jimmie Durham performance organized in conjunction "The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980s," an exhibition co-organized by the New Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. The performance was presented at the Bessie Schomberg at Dance Theater Dance Theatre Workshop. Please note: low sound levels were recorded in the original performance.
XFR STN Project
by Mechthild Schmidt Feist
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'Inferno' (project Proposal) Installation with 3D + 2D composite, 1:00 min Quantel PAintbox + Alias 3D
New Museum
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Dancenoise performance organized in conjunction "The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980s," an exhibition co-organized by the New Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. The performance was presented at the Bessie Schomberg Theater at Dance Theatre Workshop.
XFR STN Project
by Cara M. Brownell
movies

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favorite 3

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Super 8 film transferred to Umatic video, color processed. Meditation/contemplation filmed on skis along creek. Audio collage sounds and guitar and narrator first person whispered of city versus country, movement and water as redemptive forces. Film, audio and production by artist (skiing too !) Video processing and editing at The Experimental Television Center.
XFR STN Project
by Kathleen Laziza
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Metamorphosis is a tribute to American dance icon Loie Fuller. The dancer's immense skirt provides a flexible screen that modulates projected videoart images by the Laziza Videodance and Lumia Project. Then the mood shifts to a freer dance as the dress is shed. In the end we are taken back to the beginning with a star image showing directly on the torso of the dancer. This Videodance features dancer Judy Marriott (Fowler).
XFR STN Project
by DJ Mr. E.
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A group of artists, radio producers, rock musicians, jugglers, rollerbladers and protestors gather outside the Austin Public Library on Groundhog's Day to celebrate vinyl records, John Henry Faulk and free expression. Also footage from NXNL (North by North Loop) Music and Film Festival. Raw silent footage shot on 16mm and Super 8.
XFR STN Project
by Ateet Tuli
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A live improvisation, no rehersal, no pre-defined structure, between Ateet Tuli, Brandon Johnson, and Brandon Beavers using a variety of instruments. While never officially disbanding, the members (with Bill DeLeonardis and David Phillips) were most active in the mid to late 90's and often used the name The Teddy Bear Terrorist Squad among others. The MiniDV tape is corrupted and had to be broken up into segments but this adds to the transitory nature of our performance.
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New Museum
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Rafael Montanez-Ortiz performance organized in conjunction "The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980s," an exhibition co-organized by the New Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. The performance was presented at the Dance Theater Workshop, Bessie Schonberg Theater.
XFR STN Project
movies

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Experimental superimpositions and colorizations, incorporating color and black and white photographs mixed with some of my own footage and then with stuff off TV. Pigeons, buildings, pedestrians in time-lapse, city scenes, kids' street hockey. Experimental raw footage video mixes.
New Museum
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New Museum curator Alice Yang introduces the panel.
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
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Monday Wednesday Friday Video Club Jack Smith
Topic: MWF Video Club
XFR STN Project
by CArol Prud'homme Davis
movies

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Pam's last piece, You Don't Love Me, Kian's debut
MWF Video Club
by Robert Parker
movies

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Video from a Robert Parker opening
XFR STN Project
by arleen schloss
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Here we have a beautiful home movie style capturing of the bittersweet final month of space 2b's operation (aka,the gas station) in September 1995 when coraggio rented theater lights, painted the gallery white and had his largest one man show to date, (at this writing in 2013). Various friends of linus's are shown hanging out lending support and help in this difficult end of an era of free art and autonomous art activity and vibrations. Footage shows linus blowtorching some plate to make a...
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
XFR STN Project
by Franck Goldberg
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A short doc/video art by Franck Goldberg about the days after the Tompkins Square Park riots in NYC East Village. Includes the song "Radio Riot"by X, David Peel, Norman Siegel.
( 1 reviews )
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...
XFR STN Project
by Andrew Courtney
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The first American School group to visit the Peoples Republic of China. Woodlands High School, Hartsdale, NY through its Art Teacher Andrew Courtney arranged the visit with the Chinese Government then interested in integration and minority peoples. The students of his cinematography class raised the necessary funds for the trip. Here, a video of that journey and of a time before the current modernaization of China. Originally recorded on 3/4" U-Matic.
MWF Video Club
by Molly Bernstein
movies

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WWIII artists speak about their work as images of it are displayed. WW3 promo video.
XFR STN Project
movies

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Performances by the rock/performance band Vacuum Bag at Home LIving, with Rachel Amodeo, Michael Carter, Tom Cote and Julius Klein, with guests Christine Hatfull, Howie Solo and John Gerstad.