Posts Tagged: video

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Half-Inch Revolution: Guerrilla Television’s Tape Networks

Presentation by Kris Paulsen (The Ohio State University). The Rays, a 1970 videotape by the Raindance Corporation, shows something curious: As the three collaborators record each other, rhythmic waves flow across the screen. In each wave there are bits of

HalfInch3

Half-Inch Revolution: Guerrilla Television’s Tape Networks

Presentation by Kris Paulsen (The Ohio State University). The Rays, a 1970 videotape by the Raindance Corporation, shows something curious: As the three collaborators record each other, rhythmic waves flow across the screen. In each wave there are bits of

Building a Better Camera / First-Person Films

Presentation by Chris Cuellar (Independent Artist). Francois Truffaut stated in 1957: “The film of tomorrow will resemble the person who made it, and the number of spectators will be proportional to the number of friends the director has. The film

Building a Better Camera / First-Person Films

Presentation by Chris Cuellar (Independent Artist). Francois Truffaut stated in 1957: “The film of tomorrow will resemble the person who made it, and the number of spectators will be proportional to the number of friends the director has. The film

SAW Video’s Mediatheque

Screening by Mel Hogan (Concordia University) Using the case study of SAW Video’s Mediatheque, Canada’s first online media arts archive, this presentation looks at creative and curatorial interventions that both document and analyse the circulation of media arts online, with

SAW Video’s Mediatheque

Screening by Mel Hogan (Concordia University) Using the case study of SAW Video’s Mediatheque, Canada’s first online media arts archive, this presentation looks at creative and curatorial interventions that both document and analyse the circulation of media arts online, with