Monthly Archives: November 2011
This was from a schedule published by an Access producer “the Wizard.” It give a flavor of what was on then, note programs by 2 groovy Access downtown denizens Anton Perich and Bob (& Nadia) Gruen. (Props too for Seamus … Continue reading
Along with my involvement with Synapse, the other pivotal encounter of my video life was meeting Red Burns in early 1974 at her Alternate Media Center office. I was looking for summer work and I was directed to Red by … Continue reading
“White Collar Funk” aka East 23rd street in the 70s. It was a time when the novelty of having a video camera would stir interest and create interaction. Here on 23rd St. bet Park & Lex, downtown side. Back then … Continue reading
This event was my initiation into world of video art, with some of its best known names represented. I made this film as part student television project. Yes it’s pretty bad but I think the subject matter is important. Featured … Continue reading
Just in case you did not know what Media Burn was.
Very cool tease about Juan Downey and his work. I was a video assistant for Juan, originally at the Visiting Artsist Program. Along with Ant Farm, and Julia Heyward, he was on my top three list. Besides his work in … Continue reading