sexta-feira, novembro 29, 2013

It was a day in 1958,(...)video-art was born.

Photograph: Berlinische Galerie | ©


Wolf Vostell, Elektronischer dé-coll/age Happening Raum, 1968

It was a day in 1958, when German artist Wolf Vostell incorporated for the first time (in the history of art) a television set into a complex multimedia work titled Black Room Cycle, and his subsequent Transmigration — an oil painting in décollage, out of which, through a slash in the canvas, a TV set plays a bad signal from a UHF channel. That is when apparently video-art was born.
-- By Arie Amaya-Akkermans on "Moving Portraits: Exploring the Potential of Video Art with Uygar Demoğlu"



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