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The New television : a public/private art : essays, statements, and videotapes based on "Open circuits : an international conference on the future of television" organized by Fred Barzyk, Douglas Davis, Gerald O'Grady, and Willard Van Dyke for the Museum of Modern Art, New York City

Author: Douglas Davis; Allison Simmons
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©1977.
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Genre/Form: Video art
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Davis; Allison Simmons
ISBN: 0262040506 9780262040501
OCLC Number: 3051635
Description: 289 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Preface / Fred Barzyk, Douglas Davis, Gerald O'Grady, and Willard Van Dyke --
Captions and credits for illustrations --
Introduction. Television and art: A historical primer for an improbable alliance / Allison Simmons --
1. The aesthetics of television. The sociology of the set / Gregory Battcock --
The withering away of the state of the art / Hollis Frampton --
The video synthesizer and beyond / Nam June Paik --
Video synthesis / Stephen Beck --
Image maker meets video, or psyche to physics and back / Ed Emshwiller --
Social imagistics / Stan Vanderbeek --
Panel remarks / Frank Gillette and Robert Pincus-Witten --
Panel remarks / Joan Jonas --
Time! Time ! Time! the context of immediacy / Douglas Davis --
Some notes on video as a base / Vito Acconci --
Panel remarks / Jane Livingston --
Observations on the open circuits conference / David Katzive --
Notes on video as an artistic medium / Wulf Herzogenrath --
Video art: Old wine, new bottle / Allan Kaprow --
Women's video in the U.S. and Japan / Shigeko Kubota --
Observations on the open circuits conference / Paul Stitelman --
(Interview with Liza Bear) "Prisoner's dilemma" / Richard Serra --
TV (1) is like a pencil and (2) Won't bit your leg / John Baldessari --
Video and the future of the museum / David Ross --
Video in the Museum of Modern Art / Barbara J. London --
Establishing a museum video collection in Europe, an interview with / Evelyn Weiss --
Video, myths, and the museum / Harald Szeeman --
II. The support structure: Change and resistance. Support of television arts by public funding: The New York State Council on the Arts / Gerd Stern --
The rise of the televisualists / Howard Klein --
A is for art, C is for cable / Russell Connor --
The international setting. Video in America / Bruce Kurtz --
Video in the United Kingdom / Edward Lucie-Smith --
Video in Africa and Asia / René Berger --
Central Europe: A technological province / Wolfgang Becker --
Video in Japan / Toshio Matsumoto --
Video in Latin America / Jorge Glusberg --
III. The politics, philosophy, and future of television. Video and the restructuring of myth / René Berger --
Sound track for a tele-vision / Gerald O'Grady --
Message for the alone / Pierre Schaeffer --
Two approaches to the phenomenon, television / Vilem Flusser --
Television and the politics of liberation / Hans Magnus Enzensberger --
Telefutures: Prospective observations / John McHale --
A video chronology --
A video bibliography.
Responsibility: this book was edited by Douglas Davis and Allison Simmons.

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