625 Lijnen
Hein Reedijk, 1979, 43'28''

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This programme provides a view of the most important developments in the use of video by visual artists from outside the Netherlands. Video can play all manner of roles in the visual arts. This programme shows works which would be inconceivable without the use of video. The purely registration-oriented use of video is left out. Artists participating in this compilation include Livinus van de Bundt/Jeep van de Bundt, Nan Hoover, Peter Struyken, Cardena Warming-Up, Etc., Etc., Etc., Company. Moreover, a number of fragments are shown.

These fragments are:
Otto Piene/Aldo Tamberlini
Black Gate Cologne, 1969, black-and-white, sound, 60'.
Nam June Paik

Gerry Schum
Slides from Identifications, 1970, black-and-white, sound, 36'.
Ant Farm
Media Burn, 1
75, colour, sound, 25'.
Nam June Paik
Global Groove, 1973, colour, sound, 30'.
Ron Hays
Music Image, 1974, colour, sound, 30'.
Ed Emshniller
Crossings and Meetings, 1974, colour, sound, 23'.
Peter Campus
Three Transitions, 1973, colour, sound, 6'.
Peter Campus
Interface, 1972, installation
Nam June Paik
TV-Buddha, 1974, installation
Dan Graham
Time Delay Room, 1974, installation
Joan Jonas
video performance during 'Projekt '74', Cologne, 1974, black-and-white, sound.
Ulrike Rosenbach
Isolation is Apparent, 1974, video performance
Vito Acconci
Theme Song, 1973, black-and-white, sound, 30' (ed. 20')
Vito Acconci
Mouth, 1974, colour, sound, 11'.
Friederike Pezold
fragment from Der Tempel der schwarz-weissen Göttin (The Temple of the black-and-white Goddess)
Dennis Oppenheim
Gold Rush, 1976, colour, sound, 15'.
Richard Serra
Television Delivers People, 1973, colour, sound, 6'.

In between, a number of cinematic concepts also used in video art, such as, chromakey, are explained.

This video is followed by fragments from four works of art commissioned by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Recreation and Welfare:
Livinus van de Bundt
Vijftig uit twee (Fifty out of two), 1978, video peinture, 'electronic painting by means of light and sound'
Nan Hoover
Details, 1978
Peter Struyken
Opeenvolgende kleurenreeks (Succession of colours), 1978
Cardena Warming-Up, Etc., Etc., Etc. Company
A minute in a minute, an hour in a minute, a day in a minute, a week in a minute, 1978

  • Date: 1979
  • Length: 43'28''
  • Type: Video
  • Participants: Marga Bijvoet
  • Copyrights: All rights reserved (c) LIMA
  • Genre: television art (artwork genre), educational / instructive
  • Keywords: art, video (subject)