Tag Archives: video art
When “Frankie Teardrop” was first screened in 1979 it almost could be guaranteed to clear the room, except in some hip underground precincts. (FT was an early (1978) non-commercial music-video I co-created.) This is before “punk” became an accepted part of the … Continue reading
I originally wrote this Franke Teardrop back-story at the request of the Museum of Modern Art and have revised it for this aVideoLife blog. Here is a good summary by Michael Shore in the Rolling Stone book. (Two small … Continue reading
In talking about the Synapse Visiting Artists Program at Syracuse University, I’m aware there is not a lot on the web about it* – so I’ll try to fill in some here. I was involved with the program from 1974-76, … 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.
Once I was hired to be on the staff of the Synapse Visiting Artists Program, this was first project for the year. It was as though I had died and gone to heaven. For me along with the nascent punk-rock … Continue reading
There doesn’t seem to be much on the net about the Synapse Visiting Artists Program. It was funded by the New York State Council on the Arts and provided access to broadcast quality editing, TV studios etc. During my time … Continue reading