Sunday, April 20, 2014

Theme: Video

  • Performance art by niv Acosta at New York Live ArtsRead more
  • Martha Nussbaum speaks about the HumanitiesRead more
  • A video by BanksyRead more
  • A video written by Jeremy Fernando and Kenny PngRead more
  • William S. Burroughs and Kurt Cobain - The "Priest" They Called HimRead more
  • Slavoj Žižek: "To Begin from The Beginning, or, How to get rid of Ghosts of the XXth Century"Read more
  • The first of a series of lectures from January 1975, where Buckminster Fuller speaks about his entire life's work.Read more
  • A film of Jenny’s Birthday Book, written and illustrated by Esther Averill.Read more
  • A clip from AMC's Mad Men, showing the power of the female gaze.Read more
  • A video by Sam ScogginsRead more
  • The chance entrance to the city before it disappeared. Thoughts hanging like bodies from ropes. The image seems to have been taken from inside a moving car, but this is staged. The windshield wipers are props. The highway is front-projection.Read more
  • Documentary about the founders of The Pirate Bay.Read more
  • A KQED documentary following James Baldwin as he meets with members of the local African-American community in San Francisco.Read more
  • Andy Warhol Eats a Hamburger.Read more
  • The frame is blood-soaked by the invisible hand of the one who watches over the video. Detached from the flow of images that make up “Carmen,” the video frame serves as an omen revealing—for an instant—that this is not just another music video, but rather a horror film.Read more
  • Ice-T and Coco in Richard Belzer's Conversation.Read more
  • The familiar color bars. A sense of halted, paused time marking the edge-zone moments before or after the next show. The red, red shade of color bar #5 will be sampled and reaffirmed as a rose in shot #3.Read more
  • A film without words directed by Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis.Read more
  • In a clip from a 1974 Michael Parkinson interview, Orson Welles speaks about his relationship with Ernest Hemingway.Read more
  • Nobel Prize winner Nadine Gordimer describes her escape from the racist ideology she grew up with in South Africa.Read more
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