Video Art

Martin, Sylvia. Video Art. Cologne, Allemagne: Taschen, 2006.

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Abstract (English)

"Video art established itself in the late 1960s in a first experimental and creative phase of media art with video sculptures and environments. Thus Nam June Paik, who was trained as a composer, installed twelve television sets, four pianos, record-players, tape-recorders and mechanical sound-generating objects in the Galerie Parnass in Wuppertal in March 1963. The first theme-related exhibition, "TV as a Creative Medium", took place in New York's Howard Wise Gallery in 1969." - p. [4] of cover.

Types: Monographs
All Contributors: Martin, Sylvia (Author); Grosenik, Uta (Editor)
Dossier: 800 - VIDÉO / VIDEO
Collation: 96 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm
ISBN: 9783822829509
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Cologne, Allemagne: Taschen
Artists: Abramovic, Marina; Acconci, Vito; Ahtila, Eija-Liisa; Aitken, Doug; Bamgboyé, Oladélé Ajiboyé; Breitz, Candice; Cahen, Robert; Campus, Peter; Claerbout, David; Douglas, Stan; Export, Valie; Fudong, Yang; Gonzalez-Foerster, Dominique; Gordon, Douglas; Graham, Dan; Hill, Gary; Hoover, Nan; Huyghe, Pierre; Jonas, Joan; Mccarthy, Paul; MELHUS, BJ0RN; Mik, Aernout; Nauman, Bruce; Neshat, Shirin; Odenbach, Marcel; Oursler, Tony; Paik, Nam June; Rist, Pipilotti; Rosler, Martha; Sala, Anri; Smith/Stewart; Tan, Fiona; Vasulka, Steina; Vasulka, Woody; Viola, Bill; Wearing, Gillian
Copyright Statement: Taschen GmbH
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Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2016 17:42
Last Modified: 25 Nov 2016 23:16
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