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Thu Oct 16 17:51:47 2014 UTClccn-nr950258460.00Armando, Bernadette Bour, Joan Jonas, Per Kirkeby : vier Gäste des Berliner Kunstlerprogramms des DAAD in Einer Ausstellung der Landeshauptstadt München und der Philip Morris GmbH : 26. Jan. bis 16. Feb. 1983, Künstlerwerkstatt0.721.00Joan Jonas : the shape, the scent, the feel of things : on view October 2007-July 2008, Gallery 6 ; The objects, the rituals, the reel of things : video works by Joan Jonas : November 8 and 9, 2007, PFA Theater /15012445Joan_Jonasnr 950258463882176Joan Jonaslccn-nb2005005098Hoffmann, Jens1972-lccn-n84148196New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n94011984Obrist, Hans-Ulrichivrlccn-nr2005012446Kurtz-Kretzschmar, Ilenelccn-n86097042Schmidt, Johann-Karledtlccn-no2001053219Moran, Jasonlccn-n82082689Galerie der Stadt Stuttgartlccn-n50004047Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunstlccn-no96002509McCarthy, Paul1945-lccn-no2005007577Sala, Anri1974-Jonas, Joan1936-Exhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsCatalogsDramaHistoryVideo artJonas, Joan,Performance artInstallations (Art)Conceptual artUnited StatesVideo installations (Art)McCarthy, Paul,Rist, Pipilotti,Hill, Gary,Julien, IsaacKentridge, William,Alÿs, Francis,Gordon, DouglasHuyghe, Pierre,Claerbout, DavidPiano music (Jazz)JazzJazz vocalsArt, ModernThemes, motivesMultimedia (Art)OperasNew York (State)--New YorkArt, AmericanOursler, TonyBeck, Robert,Cai, Guoqiang,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Warburg, Aby,Moran, JasonNauman, Bruce,Acconci, Vito,Amorales, Carlos,ArtistsSala, Anri,IslandsNova ScotiaWomen artistsNew York (State)Rosler, MarthaGermanyWomen performance artistsRosenbach, Ulrike,Knowles, Alison,SpainExport, ValieSchneemann, Carolee,Artists' booksJapan1936196819711972197319751976197719791980198119821983198419861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132816154292700.92NX512.J66ocn313866221ocn074716518ocn705316643ocn313741172ocn315456382ocn722932405ocn244204062ocn726753417ocn823930151ocn823930140ocn706456672ocn726753417ocn762472303ocn225653035ocn762327280ocn840075208ocn7993836643116ocn057380534book20050.59Hoffmann, JensPerform+-+11558455051755ocn056834472visu20030.74New Museum of Contemporary Art (New York, N.Y.)Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsA collection of 11 short films by various video artists and avant garde filmmakers1673ocn077797687book20060.84Morgan, SusanJoan Jonas : I want to live in the country (and other romances)Criticism, interpretation, etcJoan Jonas approaches video as a drawing tool, a mirror, and a framing device. Since 1968, she has used video and performance to explore ways of seeing, the rhythms of ritual, and the archetypal authority of objects and gestures. With her influential 1976 work, I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances) Jonas nimbly structures an elliptical narrative that unmistakably establishes her voice and visual lexicon. I Want to Live in the Country features two locations--the untamed landscape of Nova Scotia and a television studio in New York City--as it examines themes of loss, displacement, time, and memory through still life compositions and Super-8 footage. Jonas creates a meditation of frames within frames, monitors within monitors, overlaid with poetic musings--a murmured story of the unconscious. Jonas's influences have included the writing of Samuel Beckett, the films of Yasujiro Ozu, Japanese Noh theater, and the work of John Cage. Stripped down to intimate, indelible gestures, I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances) explores a Beckettian dilemma: "I am both the observer and the object that I observe. Which of the two is the real 'I'?" In this richly illustrated Afterall book, Susan Morgan examines the emergence of Jonas's original work from this synthesis of influences and ideas+-+60753819361472ocn071554288rcrd20060.18Moran, JasonArtist in residence1054ocn050442774book20020.79Jonas, JoanTele-journeysExhibition catalogs+-+K912893845854ocn276287314file20050.84Ashley, RobertCelestial excursions741ocn056421570visu20040.84Point of view an anthology of the moving imageInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Waltz, a filmed performance piece created by the American artist Joan Jonas, she pays homage to 18th century French outdoor theater, incorporating mythology into the narrative alongside spontaneously occurring events. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist521ocn055055153book20030.79Osswald, Anja"Sexy lies in videotapes" : künstlerische Selbstinszenierung im Video um 1970 bei Bruce Nauman, Vito Acconci, Joan JonasCriticism, interpretation, etc5222ocn036644562visu19720.86Jonas, JoanVertical rollDramaThe technique of vertical roll is used structurally and rhythmically to create perceptual illusions441ocn286500308book20090.70Amorales, CarlosCarlos Amorales : discarded spiderExhibition catalogs+-+8886541354324446ocn247946855book20010.77Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : performance video installation, 1968-2000Criticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogs+-+5224520228372ocn077036562book20040.70Hoffmann, JensAction361ocn076651539book20050.35Hoffmann, JensAktion222ocn013445507book19840.92Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : He saw her burning : Videoinstallation, Videobänder, Zeichnungen, 25. Februar bis 18. März 1984, Daadgalerie, BerlinExhibition catalogs222ocn173083846visu20060.66Aspect"New media art shares an important trait with all other genres: it builds upon the work that precedes it. By studying the work of other artists and the progression of their careers, the next generation builds and expands upon the field of new media art. The ground-breaking artists included in ASPECT Volume 8: Early Works have had an undeniable impact on the creative practice of artists of all media worldwide, new media in particular. The early works of these artists are signposts indicating the goals and interests that are pervasive throughout their careers. As always, we are very excited to bring these works to you, and are particularly grateful to the artists and commentators for their generosity"--Publisher's web site211ocn669216960visu20100.63Engaged 20 years of the MIT Visual Arts ProgramPresents a collection of moving image works and documentation of other works interrogating the public sphere created by the Visual Arts Program faculty and alumni at MIT202ocn022288107visu19720.74Jonas, JoanVertical roll (1972) : a videotapeAs the title suggests, the technique of vertical roll, to make the rolling picture, is used structurally and rhythmically throughout to create perceptual illusions182ocn263427110visu19950.82Surveying the first decade video art and alternative media in the U.SHistoryPart 1 of a program presenting the first decade of a comprehensive history of experimental and independent video. The artists included here moved into video from performance, sculpture, photography, writing and dance. They used the video camera as a mirror, a tool to investigate perception, presenting performative strategies within the paradocically intimate and distanced theater of the video monitor184ocn036644612visu19720.94Jonas, JoanOrganic honey's visual telepathyVideo art work by Joan Jonas161ocn244204062visu20080.90Keep busyDramaAn interweaving of documentary and fiction to create a film about a group of people living on an isolated island off the coast of Nova Scotia+-+76406701382055ocn226314977book20070.79Jonas, JoanTimelines : transparencies in a dark roomExhibition catalogs+-+39962243932025ocn050381983book20010.77Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : performance video installation, 1968-2000Criticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogs+-+52245202281372ocn058843774book20030.82Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : five worksExhibition catalogs+-+18569147461082ocn011030973book19830.82Joan Jonas, scripts and descriptions 1968-1982772ocn031892484book19940.77Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : works, 1968-1994 : Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 31.05.94-19.06.94Exhibition catalogs762ocn058565885book20040.82Jonas, JoanJoan JonasExhibition catalogs711ocn082918942visu20060.66Early worksASPECT highlights artists working in new or experimental media, whose works are best documented in video. The ground-breaking artists included here have had an undeniable impact on the creative practice of artists of all media worldwide, new media in particular. The early works of these artists are signposts indicating the goals and interests that are pervasive throughout their careers592ocn084907616book20060.79Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : the shape, the scent, the feel of thingsInterviewsExhibition catalogs171ocn173289542book20070.70Jonas, JoanTimelines : transparencias en una habitación oscuraExhibition catalogs163ocn017184704book19840.92Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : He saw her burning : Videoinstallation, Videobänder, Zeichnungen, 25. Februar bis 18. März 1984, Daadgalerie, BerlinExhibition catalogs101ocn611716065visu0.59Performance Saga Begegnungen mit Wegbereiterinnen der PerformancekunstInterviews81ocn747085627book20110.47Jonas, JoanDouble lunar rabbit41ocn647541419book20080.22Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : lines and shadowsExhibition catalogs31ocn241467207visu20040.47WaltzInterviewsExhibition catalogsPart of a series presenting a point of entry for contemporary artists working in video, film and digital imagery who represent different generations and cultural perspectives. In Waltz, a filmed performance piece created by the American artist Joan Jonas, she pays homage to 18th century French outdoor theater, incorporating mythology into the narrative alongside spontaneously occurring events. Film is followed by an in-depth interview with the video artist31ocn222579884rcrd20060.47Jonas, Joan[Skowhegan lecture archive]Artist Joan Jonas shows examples of her film, performance, and video art, and talks about the inspiration she draws from folk art, fine art, and literature, as well as the formal and artistic elements that are of interest to her. Following the lecture, Jonas answers questions about gender-based imagery, the historical role of narcissism, her daily studio practice, her use of formal elements in her work, the relationship of her style of performance to theater arts, and the work of Pina Bausch, Tadeusz Kantor, and Robert Wilson32ocn038576673book19790.26Jonas, JoanJoan JonasInterviews31ocn014072521book1982Armando, Bernadette Bour, Joan Jonas, Per Kirkeby : vier Gäste des Berliner Kunstlerprogramms des DAAD in Einer Ausstellung der Landeshauptstadt München und der Philip Morris GmbH : 26. Jan. bis 16. Feb. 1983, KünstlerwerkstattExhibition catalogs21ocn855730565mix1.00Artists Space ArchiveHistoryExhibition catalogsThe original goal of Artists Space was to support young, emerging artists, specifically those who had not yet had a solo show in New York City. Artists Space became one of the most influential alternative non-profit arts spaces in the Downtown New York scene, hosting a variety of prominent exhibitions including Adrian Piper's "It's Just Art" (1981), Nan Goldin's "Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing" (1989), Douglas Crimp's "Pictures" (1977), and Michael Asher's "Untitled" (1988). The bulk of the material is exhibition files, and includes research files, coordination, opening, reception, sales, touring, and dismantling. This collection also preserves artists' materials (CVs, catalogues, photographic elements), correspondence, drafts of published works, financial records, gallery floorplans and maps, grant applications, loan and legal documentation, and promotional matter in the form of brochures, postcard announcements, newsletters, posters, and press releases22ocn858384907book19800.26Music, sound, language, theater : John Cage, Tom Marioni, Robert Barry, Joan JonasExhibition catalogs22ocn747986244book20071.00Jonas, JoanJoan Jonas : the shape, the scent, the feel of things : on view October 2007-July 2008, Gallery 6 ; The objects, the rituals, the reel of things : video works by Joan Jonas : November 8 and 9, 2007, PFA TheaterExhibition catalogs+-+1155845505+-+1155845505Thu Oct 16 15:24:01 EDT 2014batch27210