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Artists' Video: An International Guide

byElectronic Arts IntermixEditorLori Zippay

Hardcover | June 1, 1992

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Through its close look at the artist and their works, this book traces the major thematic and technical developments that have distinguished video as an art form. Major artists--Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, Dara Birnbaum, William Wegman, Joan Jonas, Peter Campus, and others--are represented in examples of virtually every genre, from independent documentary to "guerrilla television."
Title:Artists' Video: An International GuideFormat:HardcoverDimensions:276 pages, 11.4 × 8.9 × 0.95 inPublished:June 1, 1992Publisher:Abbeville Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:1558593578

ISBN - 13:9781558593572

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This multicultural and international survey of artists' videotapes reflects the extraordinary richness and diversity of independent media art production from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. Presenting video's current investigations as well as milestones in its historical evolution, this volume resonates with the dynamic, often radical forms and strategies that define video as one of the most provocative modes of contemporary artistic practice. Included are more than 1,500 works by over 120 artists from the United States, Europe, Latin America, Australia, and Japan. From Vito Acconi's psychodramatic performance monologues to Julie Zando's analytical narratives of sexuality and power, Artists' Video: An International Guide offers important examples of virtually every area of inquiry that has engaged independent videomakers in the past twenty-five years. Although not intended as the definitive history of video art, this volume, through its close look at the artists and their works, inevitably traces the major thematic and technical developments and directions that