History of Video Art The Development of Form and Function

ISBN-10: 1845202198
ISBN-13: 9781845202194
Edition: 2006
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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date: 12/12/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 342
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

A critical introduction and guide to artists' video in both Europe and North America, this title covers the period from the early 1960s - when video art first appeared as a distinctive medium - into the 1990s, when digital technology merged video's distinctive practice with that of independent film-making and photography.

Chris Meigh-Andrews is an artist, writer and curator and Emeritus Professor of Electronic and Digital Art at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. He has been exhibiting his video and installation internationally since 1978 and his site-specific works often feature renewable energy systems, designed to interact with their environment.

List of Black and White Illustrations
List of Colour Plates
Acknowledgements
The Origins of Video Art: The Historical and Cultural Context
In the Beginning: The Origins of Video Art
Crossing Boundaries: International Tendencies and Influences in Early Artists' Video
Technology, Access and Context: Social and Political Activists and Their Role in the Development of Video Art
Expanded Cinema: The Influence and Relationship of Experimental, Avant-Garde and Underground Film
Musique Concrete, Fluxus and Tape Loops: The Influence and Impact of Sound Recording and Experimental Music on Video Art
Theory and Practice: The Influence and Impact of Theoretical Ideas on Technology-Based Practice in the 1970s
Beyond the Lens: Abstract Video Imagery and Image Processing
A Discussion of Some Representative and Influential Video Art Works Set in Relation to their Technical and Critical Context
In and Out of the Studio: The Advent of Inexpensive Non-Broadcast Video
Vertical Roll
Television Delivers People
This is a Television Monitor
Monitor 1
The Video Touch
Cutting It: Accessible Video Editing
Keeping Marlene Out of the Picture
Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman
The Western is Alive
With Child
Blue Monday
Mixing It: Electronic/Digital Image Manipulation
Monument
Merging-Emerging
The Reflecting Pool
Juste le Temps
Art of Memory
Obsessive Becoming
The Gallery Opens Its Doors: Video Installation and Projection
De La
Il nuotatore
Television Circle
The Situation Envisaged: The Rite II
Tall Ships
The Development of Artists' Video and Video Installation in Response to Technological Change and Accessibility
Fields, Lines and Frames: Video as an Electronic Medium
Television Workshops: Broadcast and Cable
Closed-circuit TV Sound and Picture: Colour and Monochrome
Relationship to Sound, The Picture Signal, The Camera Image, Recordings and Tape
The Means of Production: Feminism and 'Otherness' - Race, Sexuality, Technology and Access
New Technologies: Freedom from History
Performance, Video, Intimacy and 'Liveness'
Ethnicity, Sexuality, Race and Issues, of Access and Visibility
Alternative Means of Distribution and Exhibition
Off the Wall: Video Sculpture and Installation
Video Installation: Relationships between Images and Space
Sculptural Installations and Video Sculpture
Video Projection: Cinema or Television?
Going Digital: The Emergence of Digital Video Processing and Effects
The Emergence of Digital Effects
Interactivity: New Narrative Possibilities
Computer Editing: Non-Linearity
The Virtual
Is There a 'Digital Aesthetic'?
The End of Video Art? Convergence and the Blurring of Boundaries Between Film and Video
Convergence. Recent Artists' Video and Blurring of Film and Production Techniques
Glossary of Technical Terms and Processes
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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