Video Art, January 17 – February 28, 1975

video-art

VIDEO ART. The name is equivocal. A good name. It leaves open all the questions and asks them anyway. Is this art form a new genre? –David Antin


Video Art, January 17 – February 28, 1975
Institute of Contemporary Art
116 pages, 22 x 28 cm.
black and white
1975

Essays:

“Video: The Distinctive Medium” by David Antin
“Directions in Video Art” by Lizzie Borden
“Sacrament and Television” by Jack Burnham
“The Future of Television: Some Theoretical Considerations” by John McHale

Artists:
Vito Acconci, Sonia Andrade, Ant Farm, Eleanor Antin, David Askevold, John Baldessari, Lynda Benglis, Jim Byrne, Pierpalo Calzolari, Colin Campbell, Peter Campus, Giuseppe Chiari, Fernando França Cocchiarale, Douglas Davis, Antonio Dias, Juan Downey, Ed Emshwiller, Valie Export, Terry Fox, Howard Fried, Seiichi Fujii, Anna Bella Geiger, Michael Geissler and Video Audio Medien, General Idea, Frank Gillette, Dan Graham, Sakumi Hagiwara, Martha Haslanger, Michael Hayden, K.H. Hödicke, Nancy Holt, Rebecca Horn, Mako Idemitsu, Taka Iimura, Joan Jonas, Allan Kaprow, Nobuhiro Kawanaka, Hakudo Kobayashi, Masao Komura, Beryl Korot, Paul Kos, Ernie Kovacs, Shigeko Kubota, Richard Landry, Les Levine, Alvin Lucier, Urs Lüthi, Ivens Olinto Machado, Andy Mann, Toshio Matsumoto, Kyoko Michishita, Robert Morris, Philip Morton, Fujiko Nakaya, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Jean Otth, Nam June Paik, Giulio Paolini, Ulrike Rosenbach, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Daniel Sandin, Ira Schneider, Eric Siegel, Richard Serra, Nina Sobel, Keith Sonnier, Lisa Steele, Skip Sweeney, Telethon, Top Value Television, Steina and Woody Vasulka, Bill Viola, Wolf Vostell, Morihiro Wada, Andy Warhol, William Wegman, Peter Weibel, Katsuhiro Yamaguchi, Keigo Yamamoto