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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
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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.
XFR STN Project
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favorite 9

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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 Lee Williams and Angela Anderson
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eye 2,138

favorite 43

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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
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eye 4,186

favorite 25

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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
New Museum
New Museum
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56
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10,665
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Videos here were culled from the New Museum archive and migrated during "XFR STN."
XFR STN Project
by Diane Spodarek, Jay Yager, and Ian Prior
movies

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favorite 5

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A video collage spinning off tools and lingerie, those icons of male and female sexuality, to take a humorous look at the dreams and desires, dreads and disappointments accompanying some relatively mundane events common to us all but usually cloaked in taboo. (Produced wit support from Michigan Council for the Arts.) Ypsilanti, MI. Winner: The Lawrence Kasdan Award, Ann Arbor Fim & Video Festival, 1989.
XFR STN Project
by Barbara Rosenthal
movies

eye 3,950

favorite 22

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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
movies

eye 2,680

favorite 1

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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

eye 2,019

favorite 2

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Family slides, including childhood years and travels through Europe and West Coast, Southwest, and New England.
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 1,647

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 Orshi Drozdik
movies

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Orshi Drozdik's performance titled: I try To Be Transparent (To Art History) was performed at Factory 77, Toronto, 77 Mowat street. The performance was about 1 hour long in complete silence. The audience was awaiting for my body to became transparent. From the gallery sealing I had suspended about 250 x 140 cm plexiglass and a mirror above, in about 3 meter distance from the floor. I placed my naked body on the plexiglass platform and I did not moved at all. I was waiting to be transparent. My...
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 1,130

favorite 11

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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.
MWF Video Club
by Kembra Pfahler
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eye 664

favorite 11

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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!
MWF Video Club
movies

eye 646

favorite 3

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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
movies

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favorite 14

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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...
MWF Video Club
by Cara Brownell
movies

eye 1,598

favorite 4

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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
XFR STN Project
by Birgit Rathsmann
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eye 437

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Female characters in martial arts films from Hong Kong: the women who played them and the directors who wrote the scenarios and directed the films. Interviews and clips. Michelle Yeoh, Jade (Jay) Leung, Cheng Pei Pei, Tsui Hark, Barbara Scharres, Chris Doyle, Tsui Hark, Stanley Kwan, Johnny To, Mabel Cheung, Patricia Erens
XFR STN Project
by Visual AIDS
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We Interrupt this program / Day Without Art 1991 A live television broadcast Directed by Charles Atlas Featuring John Kelly, Bill T. Jones, and Estella Jones, Karen Finley, Robbie McCauley, DANCENOISE, Richard Elovich, and Lavender Light Produced by Robin Schanzenbach, Mary Ellen Storm and Barbara Tsumagari
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
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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 Franck Goldberg
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favorite 5

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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.
( 1 reviews )
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...
XFR STN Project
by Malin Abrahamsson
movies

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favorite 7

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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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favorite 1

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Interview of members of Potato Wolf (Cara Perlman, Bobby G, Alan Moore, Jim Sutcliffe by Yugoslavia news team. Artists discuss cable access and art video, as well as production practices and funding issues.
MWF Video Club
by Alan W. Moore
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eye 282

favorite 8

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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 Mary Beth Coudal
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A family documentary from Mary Beth Coudal on her tour through Ireland in 1996 to celebrate the 50th birthday of uncle Kevin Wade. A visit to Kinsale, Kenmare, ancestral home, Cobh, Jameson's Irish Whiskey factory, Irish music, Irish dance. Aired on Mary Beth and Friends.
XFR STN Project
by TWINART
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Directed by Ellen Kahn + Lynda Kahn Commissioned by the CFDA, shown at Lincoln Center Music Video
MWF Video Club
by Robert Cooney
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Montage of clips and audio relating to the state of race relations and immigration
XFR STN Project
by Ludwig Museum and Orshi Drozdik
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I had a Retrospective exhibition in Ludwig Museum Budapest in 2001-02. The exhibition included 2 videos, I embrace Myself, 1978, Young and Beautiful, 1989 and a selections my work from the period of 1975-2000: Individual Mythology, 1975/77, NudeModel, 1977, Pornography, 1978, Art History and Myself, Adventure in Technos Dystopium, 1984-90, Edith Simpson, The heritage of a 18 Century Fictive Scientist, (a pseudo persona of myself as a scientist), 1980/84, Natural Philosophy, 1988, Taxonomy,...
XFR STN Project
by Gabriel Tolliver
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favorite 1

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Charity Hip-Hop boxing event at the Harlem Armory. Fight excerpt featured Mellie Mel vs. Willie D/Geto Boys. Will knocks out Grandmaster Mellie Mel bka Melvin X. Bumpy Knuckles aka Freddie Foxx was the eventual champion. Circa 1992. Also contains a YO! MTV RAPS shout out from DJ Kid Capri and Afrika Bambattaa.
XFR STN Project
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eye 896

favorite 6

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Nympho Warrior was a musical media installation performance work about women's fertility, contraception and the right to chose. The video rock and roll cabaret was presented at A Space, Toronto then toured Canada and appeared at The Performance Garage, NYC. Produced by VideoCabaret, a media theatrical troupe from Toronto, Canada the show tells the sometimes treacherous story of a sexually active woman in the mid-seventies as explored in song and satirical skits. Artist/performer/videographer...
XFR STN Project
by Victor Jara Film Collective
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favorite 4

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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...
MWF Video Club
by Hank C. Linhart
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eye 242

favorite 4

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Experimental short with voice-over.
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XFR STN Project
by Mechthild Schmidt Feist
movies

eye 340

favorite 9

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'2 Seelen', 'Amphitryon fractal photo experiment, Commercial work + music video Roman Kuhn & Partner/ARRI Video, Munich, 1986-88, (7:58 min) Quantel Paintbox + Harry, Bosch FGS, Vertigo 3D, Avid etc
MWF Video Club
by Paul Sandresky
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eye 74

favorite 3

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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 Walter Wright
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eye 138

favorite 3

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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 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
MWF Video Club
movies

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favorite 1

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MWF Video Club- Ron English
Topics: MWF, Ron English
XFR STN Project
by David Kay
movies

eye 155

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CD Showdown fourth reel from Williamsburg Waterfront as part of the "I, Camera" and "The Vinyl Solution" projects shot and edited (in camera) on Super 8 film. (Super 8, b&w, silent; 3:23). Black and white footage featuring CD showdown with music by Albert Ayler.
XFR STN Project
movies

eye 148

favorite 2

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Panel discussion on avant-garde cinema filmed in , one of the panelists is Constance Penley, one of the founders of Camera Obscura Gallery of South Market/San Francisco. Organized by Calogero Salvo. (C) 1983 Calogero Salvo.
( 1 reviews )
XFR STN Project
by Kathleen Laziza
movies

eye 461

favorite 14

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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 CKY Television
movies

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favorite 1

comment 0

From the archives of L'Atelier national du Manitoba.
XFR STN Project
movies

eye 460

favorite 1

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Room installation @ the Akademie Der Kunste or" Downtown Soho- NYC" in 1976- curated by Renee Block. Audios and other female (actress Tabea Blumencheim) posing sleeping nude with me, audio, voices, etc.
MWF Video Club
by Coleen Fitzgibbon and Robin Winters
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eye 230

favorite 2

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X & Y Third Person Natural Disasters Safety First (Excerpt) (1977), 4:00 Video by Coleen Fitzgibbon & Robin Winters
Topic: Potato Wolf
XFR STN Project
by Termite TV Collective (Meg Knowles, Producer)
movies

eye 327

favorite 3

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Includes: Cityscape (Meg Knowles); Claiming Los Angeles( Tony Conrad); Transient Views of Western New York (Terry Cuddy & Mirela Ivanciu); Progress (Meg Knowles & Cyndi Cox); Shuffle (Tara Lyon); Run (Chris Borkowski); I Loved This City (S. M. Gray); The Buffalo Tape (Jody Lafond); Snowstorm 2000 (Clyde Burley & Meg Knowles). Nickel City Landscapes is produced by Meg Knowles and tackles life seen from the perspective of residents of the post-industrial, almost midwestern rust belt...
XFR STN Project
by Tom Klinkowstein and Ruud van Empel
movies

eye 163

favorite 0

comment 0

Slow-scan television feeds from Sydney (Australia), San Francisco (USA) and Amsterdam (Holland), at the Municipal Theatre, Breda, Holland
XFR STN Project
by Victor Jara Film Collective
movies

eye 792

favorite 10

comment 0

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
movies

eye 160

favorite 1

comment 0

Sci-fi film. A scientist working on memory research forgets where his house is and drives through increasingly deteriorating neighborhoods in search of it. This is the second reel. Also includes useful neutral b-roll shots - an ascending shot of Atlanta's cityscape, shot through a clear glass elevator; the interior of a power plant; a snarled highway of elevated roadways (Spaghetti Junction in Atlanta); timelapse traffic; rats in lab cages, and other architectural exteriors.
New Museum
movies

eye 209

favorite 1

comment 0

Footage of Linda's last performance as part of the exhibition, "Seven Years of Living Art." Performers: Linda Montano, Annie Sprinkle, Alice Yang.
MWF Video Club
movies

eye 224

favorite 1

comment 0

Logo for Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club.
XFR STN Project
movies

eye 437

favorite 3

comment 0

Super 8 footage shot at Woodstock '99. Reel 1: Kinks "Got to Be Free"; Kodachrome 40, 18 fps (silent)
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
movies

eye 31

favorite 1

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Craig Silver interviews Elizabeth Rogers about living in China in the 80s and a recent trip back. She then reads an original poem. This is followed by the performance manifesto "Do It Now" by Lynn Seeney featuring Ana Conda, Craig Silver, and Lynn Seeney. The program wraps with a Cool Couture Fashion Show during Solstice Weekend at Tompkins Square Park. From 1987 to 1993, artists Craig Silver and Lynn Seeney produced Downtown Tonight, a weekly arts-oriented public access TV show. They...
Topics: elizabeth rogers, china, fashion show
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
movies

eye 120

favorite 3

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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 Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
movies

eye 63

favorite 1

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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 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 Robert Parker
movies

eye 215

favorite 0

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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.
XFR STN Project
by Rebecca Migdal
movies

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favorite 1

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A 1987 interview (Journal with Len Hathaway on WRET Public Television) and raw footage of "On Love and Death", the performance at Spartanburg High School filmed by WRET TV for the segment. Footage includes: "Robert" giving an art history lecture on Performance Art; "Mitzi" singing "Easy to be Hard" to Alan and a mannequin; a Mommy and Baby Ghost (Sylvan Migdal) eating chicken noodle-o soup; Mr. Death in a little green car and singing "Richard...
XFR STN Project
by Andrew Courtney
movies

eye 322

favorite 2

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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.
XFR STN Project
by Philip Sanders
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Multiple interactive computer artworks are contained in this one session. This is a video recording of Philip Sanders going through the interactive menus from "Chapel of Love and Recombinant Caves," while digitizing the composite video signal (regularly sent to a CRT display monitor) directly into an AJA IO using a 10-bit uncompressed file format. These works were originally programmed in either Apple DOS or PRODOS. Some things you choose in the menus are the same every time but...
XFR STN Project
by New Museum, NY
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Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History and the Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester, Rachel Haidu will discuss the influence of René Magritte on Marcel Broodthaers’s art practice and share research from her book, The Absence of Work: Marcel Broodthaers, 1964–1976 (2010).
XFR STN Project
by Mechthild Schmidt Feist
movies

eye 207

favorite 7

comment 1

Drama and poetry with answering machine fragments 3D animation Bosch FGS4000, 1986, (2:30 min)
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New Museum
movies

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favorite 0

comment 0

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.
New Museum
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Michael Smith 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 Justine of the COLETTE IS DEAD CO.
movies

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favorite 6

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Homemade video filmed by Elizabeth Cannon of installation "Fuck Art Lets Dance" for Danceteria, with Rudolf and 2 songs - "Deadly Feminine" - (artist's trademark) and "Tenderly," a modern adaptation of an old song, from 1980.
New Museum
movies

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Video footage of Naked Eye Cinema night at the New Museum. (Part 2 of 2)
Topics: xfr stn, jack waters, peter cramer, naked eye cinema, mwf_video_club, bradley eros
XFR STN Project
by Tom Klinkowstein and Guda Stoop
movies

eye 337

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Chalk drawing transmitted from the Interactive Telecommuications Program (New York University, New York City) to the Venice Biennale, portray human evolution from pre-history to future generations born beyond Earth.
XFR STN Project
by David Kay
movies

eye 329

favorite 1

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A boy and a girl spend some time near Austin, Texas and find love and shit. (Super 8, 3 min., Silent) Recommended musical soundtrack from King of New York by Charlie Chaplin.
MWF Video Club
movies

eye 87

favorite 1

comment 0

XFR STN Project
by Visual AIDS
movies

eye 290

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The art of living with AIDS William Cullum Jose Luis Cortes :30 each 11/26/96
MWF Video Club
by Colen Fitzgibbon
movies

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favorite 2

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News News, 11:45 Concept by Coleen Fitzgibbon; Crew: Julie Harrison, Cara Brownell & Maria Thompson; Cast: Peter Fend, Mike Robinson, Taro Suzuki, Babs Egan, Jim Sutcliffe, Dr. Mangeler, Tom Otterness, Giselle Langkamp & Mr. Lehman
Topic: Potato Wolf
MWF Video Club
by Craig Silver, Lynn Seeney
movies

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Video art sampler by Neil Zusman: Orbit (9 minutes, 1982) A State of Air (5 minutes 1986) Time Witness: a personal history (10 minutes 1986) Fragment of a Figure Carrying a Water Flask (2 minutes 1981) 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...
Topics: XFR Collective, U-matic, video art, money, ballet
XFR STN Project
by Skip Blumberg (Videofreex)
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A video letter to west coast video pioneers, includes art, academia, and the personal lives of an eccentric community. Dierdre Boyle (author of Guerilla TV Revisited, book about early indy videomakers); pioneer videomakers Videofreex Parry Teasdale and Carol Vontobel, Ira Schneider, Paul Ryan, George Stoney, and others; David Slocum and other New School faculty launch the publishing.
XFR STN Project
by Anonymous
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Work of art of unknown provenance.