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box 58, folder 15

Program notes, 1986

box 58, folder 16

Notes and administrative materials, 1986

box 58, folder 17

Artists, 1986

box 58, folder 18

Newport Harbor Art Museum Bay Area Video (1986) 1986

box 59, folder 1

Indian Video Festival (1986), 1986

Scope and Content Note

The artists in the festival were selected by Connie Fitzsimons and included Meredith Monk, Dan Reeves, and Bill Seaman.
box 59, folder 2-15

Remembrances of Things Past (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Connie Fitzsimons and include artists Marina Abramovic/Ulay, Richard Baim, Dara Birnbaum, Barbara Ess, Jochen Gerz, Douglas Huebler, Komar & Melamid, Marcel Odenbach, Laurie Simmons, Alexis Smith, and Anne Turyn.
box 59, folder 2

Press release, 1987

box 59, folder 3

Invitations, 1987

box 59, folder 4

Catalog, 1987

box 59, folder 5

Catalog materials, 1987

box 59, folder 6

Correspondence, 1987

box 59, folder 7

Administrative, 1987

box 59, folder 8

Condition reports, 1987

box 59, folder 9

Loan forms, 1987

box 59, folder 10

Equipment, 1987

box 59, folder 11

Installation, 1987

box 59, folder 12

Research, 1987

box 59, folder 13

Related materials, 1987

box 59, folder 14

Press, 1987

box 59, folder 15

Press clippings, 1987

box 60, folder 1-4

The Dictatorship of Swiftness: An Installation by Frances Torres (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was an installation by Frances Torres and was organized Ronald J. Onorato.
box 60, folder 1

Announcement, 1987

box 60, folder 2

Correspondence, 1987

box 60, folder 3

Administrative, 1987

box 60, folder 4

Press, 1987

box 60, folder 5-7

Curator's Choice: Video (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Connie Fitzsimons and include artists Nan Hoover, Mary Lucier, and Bill Viola.
box 60, folder 5

Press release, 1987

box 60, folder 6

Correspondence, 1987

box 60, folder 7

Press, 1987

box 60, folder 8-9

Juan Downey: J.S. Bach (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Connie Fitzsimons and includes video by Juan Downey.
box 60, folder 8

Press release and announcement, 1987

box 60, folder 9

Correspondence, 1987

box 60, folder 10-16

Foreign Exchange (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Connie Fitzsimons and includes work by Eric Crystal and Art Nomura, Louis Hock, Grupo Chaski, Ohlar Electronico, Systema Sandinista de Television, Radio Venceremos, Victor Masayesva, Edin and Ethel Velez, and Juan Downey.
box 60, folder 10

Announcement, 1987

box 60, folder 11

Press release and program, 1987

box 60, folder 12

Correspondence, 1987

box 60, folder 13

Art Nomura, 1987

box 60, folder 14

Louis Hock, 1987

box 60, folder 15

Edin Velez, 1987

box 60, folder 16

Victor Masayesva, Jr., 1987

box 60, folder 17-21

Shirley Clarke (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

Exhibtion includes selected video and film by Shirley Clarke and was curated by Jacquelain Kain.
box 60, folder 17

Announcement and exhibition catalog, 1987

box 60, folder 18

Program notes, 1987

box 60, folder 19

Correspondence, 1987

box 60, folder 20

Administrative, 1987

box 60, folder 21

Press, 1987

box 61, folder 1-3

Electric Shadows (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

An Exhibition of Film and Video By, For, and About Children organized by Jacquelain Kain.
box 61, folder 1

Press release, 1988

box 61, folder 2

Program notes, 1988

box 61, folder 3

Correspondence, 1988

box 61, folder 4-13

Planes of Memory (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Jaquelain Kain and includes video by artists David Bunn, Donna Matorin, Paul McCarthy, Family Tyranny, and Jim Shaw.
box 61, folder 4

Press release, 1988

box 61, folder 5

Program catalog, 1988

box 61, folder 6

Program notes, 1988

box 61, folder 7

Administrative notes, 1988

box 61, folder 8

Bruce Nauman, 1988

box 61, folder 9

Peter Campus, 1988

box 61, folder 10

Research materials, 1988

box 61, folder 11

Administrative, 1988

box 61, folder 12

Correspondence, 1988

box 61, folder 13

Press, 1988

box 61, folder 14-16

New British Video Essays (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Akiko Hada, Keith Griffiths and Ian Christie, Terry Flaxton, Patrick Keiller, and Graham Young. The exhibition was produced under the Art Council of Great Britain.
box 61, folder 14

Press release and program announcements, 1988

box 61, folder 15

Administrative and notes, 1988

box 61, folder 16

Press, 1988

box 62, folder 1-3

Collected Video Essays (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Akiko Hada, Keith Griffiths and Ian Christie, Terry Flaxton, Patrick Keiller, Graham Young, and Rik Lander. The exhibition was curated by Jacquelain Kain.
box 62, folder 1

Press release and program announcement, 1988

box 62, folder 2

Artist materials, 1988

box 62, folder 3

Administrative, 1988

box 62, folder 4-9

Recorded Realities: Reflections from the LBMA Video Collection (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

File contains materials for Part I and Part II of the exhibition. Part I titled, "Degrees of Reality" was curated by Peter Kirby. Artists in Part I of the exhibition include John Arvanites, Cecelia Condit, Gary Hill, Nam June Paik, John Sturgeon, Janice Tanaka, Bill Viola, Dan Reeves, Klaus vom Bruch, Ken Feingold, and Meredith Monk.
Part II titled, "Quieter Histories" was curated Erika Suderburg. Artists in Part II of the exhibition include Dan Reeves, Klaus vom Bruch, Doug Hall, Ken Feingold, and Meredith Monk.
box 62, folder 4

Programs, 1988

box 62, folder 5

Press release, 1988

box 62, folder 6

Administrative, 1988

box 62, folder 7

Program notes, 1988

box 62, folder 8

Press, 1988

box 62, folder 9

Recorded Realities II: Quieter Histories (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

File contains program materials.
box 62, folder 10-12

Articulations (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

File contains materials for the exhibition and the Artists Access Awards Program. See respective files for artists in each exhibition.
box 62, folder 10

Press release, 1988

box 62, folder 11

Picturing Women (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Cecelia Condit, Lynn Hershman, Dara Birnbaum, Kathleen Forrest, Cheri Gaulke, Sue Maberry, Helen De Michiel, Erika Suderburg, Morgan Thomas, and Doug Henry. The exhibition was curated by Jacquelain Kain.
File contains correspondence.
box 62, folder 12

Artists Access Awards Program (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the program exhibition include Erika Suderburg, Morgan Thomas, and Doug Henry. File contains administrative records.
box 62, folder 13

An Evening with Merce Cunningham and Elliot Chapman (1988), 1988

box 62, folder 14

Personal Histories (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Ilene Segalove and Skip Sweeney. The exhibition was curated by Peter Kirby.
box 62, folder 15

LBMA Video at the Works Gallery (1989), 1989

box 62, folder 16-19

Framed: A Video Installation by Bruce and Norman Yonemoto (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Bruce and Norman Yonemoto.
box 62, folder 16

Press release, 1989

box 62, folder 17

Installation, 1989

box 62, folder 18

Exhibition catalog, 1989

box 62, folder 19

Press, 1989

box 63, folder 1-6

Video: New Canadian Narrative (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Alex Poruchnyk, Robert Morin, Tom Sherman, Sara Diamond, Paulette Phillips and Geoffrey Shea, Margaret Moores, Jeanette Reinhardt, Colin Campbell, Doug Melnyk, Luc Bourdon, Marc Paradis, Vern Hume, Dennis Day, Francois Girard and Bruno Jobin, Susan Rynard, Anne Ramsden, Diane Poitras, Rhonda Abrams, Elizabeth vander Zaag, Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczack, Dennis Day, and Bernar Herbert. The exhibition was curated by Barbara London.
box 63, folder 1

Press release, 1989

box 63, folder 2

Correspondence, 1989

box 63, folder 3

Artist information, 1989

box 63, folder 4

General, 1989

box 63, folder 5

Norman Cohn, 1989

box 63, folder 6

Doug Melnyk, 1989

box 63, folder 7-10

Icono Negro (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Philip Mallory Jones. Artists in the exhibition include Tony Cokes, Peter Harvey and Mario Thomas, Carlos de Jesus, Doris Chase and Thulani Davis, Lawrence Andrews, Johanna Sophia, Geraldo Mello, Julia Meirelles, Caio Magri, Lucila Meirelles, and Philip Mallory Jones.
box 63, folder 7

Press release and announcement, 1989

box 63, folder 1

Administrative and program notes, 1989

box 63, folder 2

Philip Mallory Jones, 1989

box 63, folder 10

Press, 1989

box 63-65

Art of Music Video (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Michael Nash, comprises four programs and includes 100 titles. See press release and festival catalog for artists and works in the exhibition.
box 63, folder 11

Proposal, 1989

box 63, folder 12

Press release and announcements, 1989

box 121*

Oversize announcement, 1989

box 63, folder 13

Festival catalog and materials, 1989

box 64, folder 1

Program notes, 1989

box 64, folder 2

Program outlines and checklist, 1989

box 64, folder 3

Exhibition reel titles and notes, 1989

box 64, folder 4-5

Budget and financial materials, 1989

box 64, folder 6

Administrative, 1989

box 64, folder 7

Michael Nash, 1989

box 64, folder 8

Publicity, 1989

box 64, folder 9-11

Press, 1989

box 64, folder 12

Visiting artists, 1989

box 64, folder 13

Critical commentary, 1989

box 65, folder 1

Exhibition reels and catalog notes, 1989

box 65, folder 2-4

Reconstructed Realms: Recent Aquisitions of LBMA's Video Collection (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Exhibtion was curated by Michael Nash. Artists in the exhibition include Paul Garrin and Nam June Paik, MICA-TV (Carole Ann Klonarides and Michael Owen), Bob Snyder, Rea Tajiri, Ken Kobland, Leslie Thorton, and Woody Vasulka.
box 65, folder 2

Press release and announcements, 1989

Scope and Content Note

Materials include polaroids from exhibition.
box 65, folder 3

Administrative, 1989

box 65, folder 4

Press, 1989

box 65, 80

In the Drowning Pool: An Installation by Rita Myers (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Michael Nash and included installation by Rita Myers.
box 65, folder 5

Press release and announcement, 1989

box 65, folder 6-7

Installation, 1989

box 65, folder 8

Administrative, 1989

box 65, folder 9

Publication draft, 1989

box 65, folder 10

Publication notes, 1989

box 65, folder 11

Research, 1989

box 65, folder 12

Press, 1989

box 80

Polaroids, 1989

box 65-66, 80

Kovacs and Kaufman (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition and tribute to Ernie Kovacs curated by Michael Nash. The exhibition includes film programs by Ernie Kovacs.
box 65, folder 13

Press release, 1990

box 65, folder 14

Photographs 1990

box 65, folder 15

Catalog announcement, 1990

box 66, folder 1

Administrative, 1990

box 66, folder 2

Program notes, 1990

box 66, folder 3

Rhino Video, 1990

box 66, folder 4

George Shapiro materials, 1990

box 66, folder 5

David Marc, 1990

box 66, folder 6

Publication materials, 1990

box 66, folder 7

Article clippings, 1990

box 66, folder 8

Press, 1990

box 80

Slides, 1990

box 66, folder 9-12

Open Channels Five-Year Survey (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Michael Nash. Artists in the exhibition include Mary Daval, Ezra Litwak, Sherry Milner, Aron Ranen, Kevin Bender, Scott Rankin, John Arvanites, Jeanne Finley, Ed Jones, Tony Labat, David Stout, David Bunn, Paul Kos, Donna Matorin, Paul McCarthy, Jim Shaw, Victoria Bearden, Hilja Keading, Lynne Kirby and Erika Suderburg, Jayce Salloum, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto and Jeffrey Vallance, Lawrence Andrews, Nancy Buchanan, Fu-Ding Cheng, and Paul Tassie.
box 66, folder 9

Panel Discussion, 1990

box 66, folder 10

Press release and publicity, 1990

box 66, folder 11

Artists materials, 1990

box 66, folder 12

Artist resumes, 1990

box 67, folder 1-5

Seven Prophecies (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition by Stuart Bender and Angelo Funicelli and curated by Michael Nash.
box 67, folder 1

Press release and announcement, 1990

box 67, folder 2

Installation receipts, 1990

box 67, folder 3

Installation materials, 1990

box 67, folder 4

Stuart Bender, 1990

box 67, folder 5

Press, 1990

box 67-68

Video Poetics (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition by Dara Birnbaum, Ante Bozanich, Jem Cohen, Gary Hill, Shalom Gorewitz, Daniel Reeves, Scott Rankin, Shelly Silver, Steina, Tony Cokes, Daniel Reeves, Janice Tanaka, Jenny Holzer, and Bill Seaman. Exhibition was curated by Michael Nash.
box 67, folder 6

Press release and announcement materials, 1990

box 67, folder 7

General, 1990

box 67, folder 8

Installation, 1990

box 67, folder 9

Artists, 1990

box 67, folder 10

Scott Rankin, 1990

box 67, folder 11

Bill Seaman, 1990

box 67, folder 12

Publication copy, 1990

box 67, folder 13

Publication materials, 1990

box 67, folder 14

Artists resume, 1990

box 68, folder 1

Administrative, 1990

box 68, folder 2

Press, 1990

box 68, folder 3

Article clippings, 1990

box 68, folder 4-9

Jenny Holzer broadcast, 1990

box 68, folder 4

Administrative, 1990

box 68, folder 5

Correspondence, 1990

box 68, folder 6

Schedule, 1990

box 68, folder 7

Station materials, 1990

box 68, folder 8

General, 1990

box 68, folder 9

Press, 1990

box 68, folder 10-13

Waterworks (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was co-curated by Josine Ianco-Starrels and Michael Nash. Artists in the exhibition include Nam June Paik with Paul Garrin, Doug Hall, and Bill Viola.
box 68, folder 10

Press release, 1990

box 68, folder 11

General, 1990

box 68, folder 13

Press, 1990

box 68, folder 14

Venice magazine, 1990

box 69, folder 1-10

Laughing Matters (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Michael Nash. Artists in the exhibition include Michael Smith, John Paizs, Lenny Bruce and John Magnuson, Teddy Dibble, John Goss, Ernie Kovacs, Ann Magnuson and Tom Rubnitz, Tom Rubnitz, Ilene Segalove, Paul Tassie, John Eskow, Steve Farrell, David Feuer, Lyndall Hobbs with Tracy Ullman, Jim Jarmusch, Sandy MacLeod, Tim Robbins, Ant Farm, Max Almy and Teri Yarbrow, Skip Arnold, David Bunn, Cordt Holland and Reverend Ivan Stang, Cecelia Condit, John DiMinico, George Kuchar, Heather MacAdams, Esther Koohan Paik, Bill Plympton, William Wegman, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto and Jeffery Vallance, Bob Zmuda, and Barry Yourgrau.
box 69, folder 1

Press release, 1990

box 69, folder 2

Catalog, 1990

box 69, folder 3

Artist correspondence, 1990

box 69, folder 4

Administrative and program materials, 1990

box 69, folder 5

Volunteers, 1990

box 69, folder 6

Financial, 1990

box 69, folder 7

Correspondence, 1990

box 69, folder 8

Administrative, 1990

box 69, folder 9

Notes, 1990

box 69, folder 10

General, 1990

box 69-70

Traversals: Instructions to the Double (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Peter Callas. Artists in the exhibition include Geoff Weary, Edin Velez, Robert Cahen, Ko Nakajima, Tony Conrad, Naoko Kurotsuka, Steina, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, and Peter Callas.
box 69, folder 11

Press release, 1990

box 69, folder 12

Program notes, 1990

box 69, folder 13

Peter Callas, 1990

box 70, folder 1

Guest curator materials, 1990

box 70, folder 2

Installation, 1990

box 70, folder 3

Correspondence, 1990

box 70, folder 4

Administrative, 1990

box 70, folder 5

Catalog materials, 1990

box 70, folder 6-10

Los Angeles Festival (1990), 1990

box 70, folder 6

Dodger Stadium Art Spot proposal, 1990

box 70, folder 7

Correspondence, 1990

box 70, folder 8

Project outline, 1990

box 70, folder 9

Los Angeles Festival program, 1990

box 70, folder 10

Application, 1990

box 70, folder 11-12

Made in Hollywood by Bruce and Norman Yonemoto (1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

The file contains materials for the exhibition and work by Bruce and Norman Yonemoto.
box 70, folder 11

General, 1990

box 70, folder 12

Program notes, 1990

box 71, 78, 80

Mother and Child Reunion (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Michael Nash and Kim Harlan. Artists in the exhibition include Ida Applebroog and Beth B, Cecelia Condit, Mako Idemitsu, Natalie Sternberg, Janice Tanaka, Julie Zando, and Sara Roberts.
box 71, folder 1

Announcement, 1991

box 71, folder 2

Administrative, 1991

box 71, folder 3

Program notes, 1991

box 71, folder 4

Correspondence, 1991

box 71, folder 5

Publicity and touring, 1991

box 80

Negatives and photographs, 1991

box 78, folder 7

Poster, 1990

Scope and Content Note

Poster by Beth B.
box 71, folder 6

Open Channels 1990 AFI National Video Festival (1990), 1990

box 71, folder 7-9

New California Video '91: Open Channels VI and Video Access Awards Program (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Michael Nash. Artists in the exhibition include Kevin Frayser, Danny Ray Leopard, Azian Nurudin, Kathleen Sweeney and Jeffrey Marino, Victoria Bearden, Nancy Buchanan, Arthur Doug, and Eric Saks and Pat Tierney.
box 71, folder 7

Announcement, 1991

box 71, folder 8

Announcement materials, 1991

box 71, folder 9

General, 1991

box 71, folder 10

LA Freewaves (1991), 1991

box 71, folder 11-14

Tele-visions: Channels for Changing TV (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Michael Nash. Artists in the exhibition include Robert Altman, John Klein and Mark Pellington, David Lynch and Mark Frost, Mark Rappaport, Shelly Silver, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, John Goss, Robert Beck, Martha Rosler and Paper Tiger Television, Bob Paris, Elia Suleiman and Jayce Salloum, Steve Fagin, Antonio Muntadas and Marshall Reese.
box 71, folder 11

Press release and announcement, 1991

box 71, folder 12

Administrative, 1991

box 9071, folder 13

General, 1991

box 71, folder 14

Press, 1991

box 71-72

Art of Music Video: Ten Years After (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Michael Nash and Kim Harlan Tassie, comprises five programs and includes an extensive list of videos. See press release and catalog for artists and videos in the exhibition.
box 71, folder 15

Catalog and press release, 1991

box 71, folder 16

Catalog, 1991

box 72, folder 1

Administrative, 1991

box 72, folder 2

Press, 1991

box 72, folder 3

Article clippings, 1991

box 72, folder 4-5

Visitations: A Music Video Performance (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

File contains materials for event related to the exhibition. The performance was organized by Stuart Bender and Angelo Funicelli.
box 72, folder 4

General, 1991

box 72, folder 5

Press, 1991

box 72, folder 6

Triply Split: Subject Bound 2 Part (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition included artists Richard Glatzer, Daniel Minahan, Alfonzo Moret, Julie Zando, Jo Anstey, Jeanne C. Finley, GANG, Marlon Rigg, Lyn Blumenthal, Marjorie Franklin, Rea Tajiri, Stashu Kybartas, and Chris Kraus. The exhibition was curated by Kenneth Kirby.
box 72, folder 7

The Call: Personal Insights on the Middle East and North Africa (1992), 1992

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Mona Hatoum, Elia Suleiman and Jayce Salloum, Jayce Salloum, Michel Auder, Ulysses Jenkins, Meena Nanji, Haim Bresheeth and Jenny Morgan, Chris Robbins, and Marie-Helene Cousineau. The exhibition was curated by Carole Ann Klonarides.
box 72-73

Relocations and Revisions: The Japanese Internment Reconsidered (1992), 1992

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Noriko Gamblin and Carole Ann Klonarides. Artists in the exhibition include John DeGraaf, Christopher Landis, Steven Okazaki, Lise Yasui and Ann Tegnell, Clement Hanami, Robert Nakamura, Rea Tajiri, and Janice Tanaka.
box 72, folder 8

Press release and announcement, 1992

box 72, folder 9

Administrative, 1992

box 72, folder 10

Correspondence, 1992

box 72, folder 11

Video programming, 1992

box 72, folder 12

Schedule, 1992

box 72, folder 13

Artists, 1992

box 72, folder 14

Brenda Wong Aoki, 1992

box 72, folder 15

Tom Nakashima, 1992

box 73, folder 1

General, 1992

box 73, folder 2

Press, 1992

box 73, folder 3

Artist list, 1992

box 73, folder 4-5

GoodStories Well Told: Video Art for Young Audiences (1992), 1992

Scope and Content Note

File contains materials for traveling exhibition curated by Robin White and organized Independent Curators, Inc. The exhibition includes 38 tapes produced by media artists, sometimes working in collaboration with youth. Artists included Skip Blumberg, Peter Campus, Larry Cesspooch, Shu Lea Chang, Ayoka Chenzira, Wendy Clarke, Teddy Dibble, Mindy Faber, Jeanne C. Finley, Kit Fitzgerald and John Sanborn, Benjamin Gutierrez and VidKidCo, Bruce Hucko, Huey (James Coleman), Theresa Jackson, Kamal Kozah, Mitchell Kriegman, Gina Lamb, Joan Logue, Ardele Lister, Victor Masayesva, MICA TV, Bianca Miller, Branda Miller and Youth Force 88, David Murdoch and the Educational Video Center, Tom Murrin (Alien Comic), Betsy Newman, Aysha Quinn and John Sturgeon, Dan Reeves, Rise & Shine Productions, Ilene Segalove, Mark Sawers, Jason Simon, Elizabeth Vander Zaag, Lulu Triggs and VidKidCo, and William Wegman.
box 73, folder 4

Press release and announcement, 1992

box 73, folder 5

Correspondence, 1992

box 73, folder 6

Motion and Document-Sequence and Time: Eadweard Muybridge and Contemporary American Photography (1992), 1992

Scope and Content Note

File includes copies of press articles for an exhibition by Eadweard Muybridge.
box 73, folder 7

Virgin Territories (1992), 1992

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Noriko Gamblin and Carole Ann Klonarides. Artists in the exhibition include Juan Downey, Clement Shuji Hanami, Victoria Vesna, Christopher Toussaint, Joseph Briganti, Terese Svoboda, Ardele Lister, Jesse Lerner and Scott Sterling, Aaron Anish and Ruben Ortiz, Graham Dent and Thea Other, Valerie Soe, Frances Salome Espana, Victoria Vesna, Joseph S. Santarromana, Charles Amirkhanian, B. Love (Sandrine Brival), Peggy Berryhill, Chris Burke, Luc Ferrari, Nicholas Frize, Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Coco Fusco, Gran Fury, Bernard Heidseick, KRS-ONE (a.k.a. Kris Parker), Christian Marclay, Massilia Sound System, Michel Musseau, Jimmy Oihid (Abderrahmane Balkous), Yoko Ono, Ambrosia Sheperd, Sir Ali (Ali Alizadeh), Ghedalia Tazartes, Gregory Whitehead, and Zap Mama.
box 73, folder 7

Press release and announcement, 1992

box 73, folder 8

Correspondence, 1992

box 73, folder 9

Program notes, 1992

box 73, folder 10

Installation, 1992

box 73, folder 11

Artists, 1992

box 73, folder 12

Press, 1992

box 73-74, 80

Trans-voices (1992), 1992

Scope and Content Note

File contains materials for the public art project sponsored by the American Center in Paris, France in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Public Art Fund, New York, NY.
box 73, folder 13-14

Proposal packet, 1992

box 74, folder 1

Copies, 1992

box 74, folder 2

Bound copy of proposal and budget, 1992

box 80

Slides, 1992

box 74, folder 3-7

Sugar 'n' Spice (1993), 1993

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Noriko Gamblin and Carole Ann Klonarides. Artists in the exhibition inlcude Jean Rasenberger, Rebecca Allen, Erika Suderburg, Hilja Keading, and Diana Thater.
box 74, folder 3

Programs, 1993

box 74, folder 4

Artists, 1993

box 74, folder 5

General, 1993

box 74, folder 6

Administrative, 1993

box 74, folder 7

Press, 1993

box 74, 80

New California Video 1991/1992: Open Channels VII and VIII and Video Access Program 1991 and 1992 (1993), 1993

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Carole Ann Klonarides and artists include Eric Saks, Lynn Hershman, Ulysses Jenkins, Sue Kornfeld, Chris Robbins, Lorie Erikson, Carol A. Morton, Eric Hull, Anet Margot Ris, Rachel Rosenthal, Terry Braunstein, Jean Rasenberger, Eames Demetrios, and Salah M. Abdul-Wahid.
box 74, folder 8

General, 1993

box 80

Video stills, [1993]

box 74, folder 9-14

Diaries (1993), 1993

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Carole Ann Klonarides. Artists in the exhibition include Michael Auder, Sadie Benning, Lynn Hershman, and George Kuchar.
box 74, folder 9

Program materials, 1993

box 74, folder 10

Correspondence, 1993

box 74, folder 11

Artists, 1993

box 74, folder 12

Press, 1993

box 74, folder 13

Exhibition notes, 1993

box 74, folder 14

Installation, 1993

box 74-76

Gary Hill: Sites Recited (1994), 1994

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Carole Ann Klonarides and included video by artist Gary Hill.
box 74, folder 15

Announcement, 1994

box 74, folder 16

Planning meeting, 1994

box 74, folder 17

Planning notes, 1994

box 75, folder 1

General, 1994

box 75, folder 2

Memos, 1994

box 75, folder 3

Program materials, 1994

box 75, folder 4

Budget and installation materials, 1994

box 75, folder 5

Receipts and check requests, 1994

box 75, folder 6

Essay notes, 1994

box 75, folder 7

Related materials, 1994

box 75, folder 8

Guest list, 1994

box 75, folder 9

The Voyager Company, 1994

box 75, folder 10

Fax sheets transcript, 1994

box 75, folder 11

Transcript, 1994

box 76, folder 1

Administrative, 1994

box 76, folder 2-3

Correspondence,

box 76, folder 4

Catalog materials, 1994

box 76, folder 5

Press, 1994

box 76, folder 6-9

The First Generation: Women and Video 1970-1975 (1994), 1994

Scope and Content Note

File contains materials for the travelling exhibition curated by JoAnn Hanley. Artists include Shirley Clarke, Hermine Freed, Eleanor Antin, Beryl Korot, Martha Rosler, Ilene Segalove, Julie Gustafson, Valie Export, Lynda Benglis, Anna Bella Geiger, Mary Lucier, Doris Chase, Shigeko Kubota, Barabara Buckner, Facing South, Mako Idemitsu, Steina, Joan Jonas, Nancy Holt, Kyoko Michishita, and Ulrike Rosenbach.
box 76, folder 6

Press release and program, 1994

box 76, folder 7

Administrative and correspondence, 1994

box 76, folder 8

Catalog, 1994

box 76, folder 9

Press, 1994

box 76, 80

Video Stills: Photographs by Kira Perov (1994), 1994

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Kira Perov. Artists in the exhibition include Nam June Paik, Aldo Tambellini, Otto Piene, Peter Campus, Vitto Acconci, William Wegman, Terry Fox, John Sturgeon, John Downey, Linda Montano, Shalom Gorewitz, Ed Emshwiller, Barbara Buckner, Dara Birnbaum, Ante Bozanich, Tom Dewitt and Vibeke Sorensen, Dean Winkler, Robert Wilson, Kit Fitzgerald and John Sanburn, Laurie Anderson, Ken Feingold, Dan Reeves, Pier Marton, Bill Viola, Steina and Woody Vasulka and Bradford Smith, Max Almy, Jane Veeder, Shirley Clarke, Nancy Buchanan, Edin Velez, Doug Hall, Cecilia Condit, Laurie Anderson, Michael Scoggins, Ross Barrow, Joan Logue, Bill Viola, Mary Lucier, Dan Reeves, Joan Jonas, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, Lyn Blumenthal and Carole Ann Klonarides, Tony Oursler, Gary Hill, Doug Hall, and Antonio Muntadas.
box 76, folder 10

General, 1994

box 80

Slides, 1994

box 77, folder 1

Lost and Found: 20 Years of Video Art at the Long Beach Museum of Art (1994), 1994

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Oskar Fischinger, Martha Rosler, excerpts from works of Ant Farm and T.R. Uthco, Vito Acconci, Nam June Paik, Urs Luthi, Jay McCafferty, Susan Mogul, Bruce Nauman, Wolfgang Stoerchle, John Sturgeon and William Wegman, Mitchell Syrop, Ilene Segalove, Jaime Davidovian and Joe Leonardi, Ante Bozanich, Chris Burden, Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz, Robert Biggs, Doug Hall, Chip Lord, Jody Proctor, Nancy Buchanan, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, Hildegarde Duane, Max Almy, Bill Viola, Carole Ann Klonarides, Janice Tanaka, Stuart Bender and Angelo Funiccelli, Tony Cokes, Eric Saks and Pat Tierney, Lula Triggs, and Tom Kalin.
box 77, folder 2-3

Intelligent Ambience (1995), 1995

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Carole Ann Klonarides and Kathy Huffman. Artists in the exhibition include Bill Viola, Tom Kalin, Shelly Silver, Leslie Thornton and Ron Vawter, Eder Santos, Jasna Hribernik, Michel Auder, Gary Hill, Theresa Svoboda, John Goff, Eric M. Freedman, Diane Nerwen and Les LeVeque, Paper Tiger TV, Max Almy and Teri Yarbrow, Steina and Woody Vasulka, Les Levine, Ken Kobland, Anna Steininger, MICA-TV, Bob Snyder, Van McElwee, Shelly Silver, Bill Viola, Lars Spuybroek and Maurice Nio, Herman Verkerk, Sreco Dragon, Betty Spackman and Anja Westerfrolke, Michael Auder, Tony Oursler and Constance DeJong, Branda Miller, Francesc Torres, Steina Vasulka, Nancy Buchanan, Edin Velez, Bruce Yonemoto, Melissa Totten, Ed De la Torre, and Stefaan Decostere.
box 77, folder 2

Press release, 1995

box 77, folder 3

Administrative and notes, 1995

box 77, folder 4

Music Box (1995), 1995

box 77, 80

New California Video 1994-1995 and Recent Acquisitions in Video (1995), 1995

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition curated by Carole Ann Klonarides. Artists in the exhibition include Doug Henry, Joseph Santarromana, Florence Bonneville, Berta Jottar, Eric Saks and Patrick Tierney, and Tran T. Kim-Trang.
box 77, folder 5

General, 1995

box 80

Negatives and video prints, 1995

box 77, folder 6

Dentro Brazil (1995), 1995

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Carole Ann Klonarides, Bruce Yonemoto and Armando Machado.
Artists in the exhibition include Ines Cardoso, Rodolfo Magalhaes, Patricia Moran, Lucas Bambozzi, Marcello Dantas, Mauro Giuntini, Sandra Kogut, Joao Moreira Salles, Flavio Ribeiro, Renato Barbieri and Clovis Aidar, Eduardo De Jesus and Claudio Santos, Aurelio Michiles, Luis Duva, Vincent Carelli, Rafael Franca, Simone Michelin, Sonia Paiva, Roberto Berliner, Fabio Carvalho, Marcelo Tas, Tadeu Jungle, Carlos Nader, Robert Sandoval, Walter Silveira, Paulo Morelli and Marcelo Machado, and Renata Vasconcellos.
box 77, folder 7

Under Construction: Shifting Identities in California (1996), 1996

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition was curated by Tran T. Kim-Trang. Artists in the exhibition include Chris Robbins, Ulysses Jenkins, Lynn Hershman, Danny Ray Leopard and Kimiko Roberts.
box 77, folder 8

L.A. Freewaves (1996), 1996

Scope and Content Note

LA Freewaves Video Festival is region-wide festival of contemporary media arts. Consecutive screenings for the 1996 event occured in the museum's video gallery. Materials also indicate previous participation on behalf of LBMA.
box 77, folder 9

Day Without Art (1996), 1996

box 77, folder 10

Beauty's Plea (1997), 1997

Scope and Content Note

Video program for the exhibition includes works by Linda Brown, Bill Viola, Kip Fulbeck, Susan Mogul, Lisa Raymond and Jeanne C. Finley. Exhibition was curated by Hal Nelson.
box 77, folder 11

New Visions: Video Awards (1997), 1997

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition includes artists Valerie Soe, Ming S. Ma and Cynthia Stahl.
box 77, folder 12-13

The Video Living Room (1997), 1997

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Martin Betz and included 47 video works from preceeding video exhibitions. Also chosen for the exhibition were 11 individual artists' tapes from the LBMA Video collection. Individual artists included Clement Hanami, Robert Nakamura, Rea Tajiri, Janice Tanaka, Nam June Paik, Doug Hall, Bill Viola, Ant Farm, Tony Cokes, John Whitney, Paul Tassie, Lawrence Andrews, Mindy Faber, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto and Jeffrey Vallance, Erika Suderberg, Sherry Milner, and Hilja Keeding, Richard Glatzer.
box 77, folder 12

Program guide, 1997

box 77, folder 13

Program notes, 1997

box 77, folder 14

Facades: Architecture, Urban Space and the Moving Image (1997-1998), 1997-1998

Scope and Content Note

The exhibition was curated by Martin Betz and includes artists Van McElwee, Anton Cierny, Gordon Matta-Clark, Collage Ensemble, Steve Reinke, Jem Cohen, Barbara Jones and Laura Alvarez.
box 77, folder 15

The Video Living Room 2 (1998), 1998

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Nina Sobell, Vito Acconci, Nam June Paik, Joeseph Beuys, Eleanor Antin, Harry Kipper, Ilene Segalove, Allan Kaprow, Ant Farm, Tony Cokes, John Whitney, Paul Tassie, Lawrence Andrews, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto and Jeffrey Vallance, Richard Glatzer, Doug Hall, Susan Mogul, S.E. Barnet, Jem Cohen, Collage Ensemble, Rodney Sellars, Ursula Hessenflow, Lula Triggs and Ricky Cruz, Heather Hillmeyer, Marshetta Thompson and Nancy Pop, Rachel Fielding, Amat Escalante, Gabriel Askew, Michael Christoffers, and Kimiko Roberts. The exhibition was curated by Martin Betz.
box 77, folder 16

New Visions Video (1998), 1998

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Doug Aitken, Bjørn Melhus and Tran T. Kim-Trang.
box 77, folder 17

LA Freewaves (1998), 1998

Scope and Content Note

Festival included video installation by Lourdes Portillo.
box 77, folder 18

Toccata for Toy Trains and Other Film Worlds of Charles and Ray Eames (1998-1999), 1998-1999

box 77, folder 19

20 Questions: Person, Place, or Thing (1999), 1999

box 77, folder 20

New Visions: Video (1999), 1999

Scope and Content Note

Artists in the exhibition include Thomas Allen Harris, Eric Saks and S.E. Barnet.
box 81, 82-94

Series III. Grant and cable program files, 1976-1999, undated

Physical Description: 6.5 Linear Feet (13 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

In 1985 LBMA entered a cooperative venture with the California cable industry and developed Open Channels, a television production grant program for regional video artists. Open Channels (circa 1986-1991) was initiated to facilitate industry support for video art. A result of this cooperative was the development of a statewide distribution network known as Viewpoints on Video (circa 1986), a bi-monthly cablecast of video art consisting of a series of eight one-hour programs. Presenting short works by video artists, Video Viewpoints was shown on cable systems in Northern and Southern California.
In addition to Viewpoints on Video, two arts television programs were produced by the Long Beach Museum of Art's video department including Art Off the Wall and Arts Revue which had their initial showing on cable television in Long Beach and Lakewood. In Art Off the Wall, museum director Stephen Garrett brought artists, performers and arts professionals to LBMA's video studio to discuss their role in the arts. Arts Revue was an hour-long program, half of which was presented in magazine-format featuring on-location interviews with artists, gallery directors and other arts professionals, offering glimpses of works in progress and other insights into the creative process. The other half was a calendar, listing cultural events over a background of action video with original new music by local musicians.
Circa 1987, Open Channels was expanded to include an Artists Access Award Program.
Circa 1998-1999, LBMA began New Visions: Video, which was a video production and presentation support program. Through an open-juried process, three artists were selected to participate in the program. New Visions: Video was an extension of the LBMA Open Channels Television Production Grant Program and the LBMA Video Access Program. All works produced under the auspices of New Visions appeared in an exhibition and entered the permanent collection.

Arrangement

Materials are arranged chronologically by program date.
box 81, 82-90

Grant Programs, 1985-1999

box 82, folder 1

General, 1985-1988

box 81, 82-88

Open Channels Television Production Grant Program [1985-1991], 1985-1991

Scope and Content Note

Initiated in 1985, Open Channels: Television Production Grant Program was designed to award funds and technical support to artists for the production of original work. The program was an integral part of LBMA's mission in producing and distributing works by video artists on a regional, national and international level through both television and exhibition venues. Projects were funded annually to five artists for the production of short 8-12 minute works. Some of the benefits of the awards were a case of videotapes, equipment access at cable systems, and post-production finishing funds. Applicants were required to be California residents and LBMA Video council members. Files comprise of press releases, subsidy applications, artists' applications and requests.
box 82-83

Open Channels I (1985), 1985-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Jury composed of Jacquelain Kain, Alan McGlade, Connie Fitzsimons, Joseph Leonardi, and Art Nomura. Artists awarded were Mary Daval, Ezra Litwak, Sherry Milner, Aron Ranen and Kevin Bender, and Scott Rankin.
box 82, folder 2

General, 1985-1988

box 82, folder 3

Program notes, 1985, undated

box 82, folder 4

Cable proposal, 1985, undated

box 82, folder 5

Cable reports and project budgets, 1985-1986

box 82, folder 6

Letters of support, 1985

box 82, folder 7

Notes and research, 1985, undated

box 82, folder 8

Application requests, 1985, undated

box 82, folder 9

Press release and announcement materials, 1985, undated

box 82, folder 10

Announcements, 1985

box 82, folder 11

Semi-finalists, 1985

box 82, folder 12

Juror materials, 1985

box 82, folder 13-17

Finalists, 1985

box 82, folder 13

Daval, Mary, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Artist was paired with cable channel, Santa Ana College KYOU-TV.
box 82, folder 14

Litwak, Ezra, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Artist was paired with cable channel, Group W South Gate.
board 82, folder 15

Milner, Sherry, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Artist was paired with cable channel, Group W Fullerton.
box 82, folder 16

Ranen, Aron, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Artist was paired with cable channel, Falcon Cable, Alhambra.
box 82, folder 17

Rankin, Scott, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Artist was paired with cable channel, Valley Cable, Encino.
box 82, folder 18

Photograph / contact sheet, 1985

box 82, folder 19

Letters to applicants, 1985

box 82, folder 20

Cable waivers and cablcast licenses, 1985

box 82, folder 21

Grant licensing aggreements, 1985

box 82, folder 22

Cable operator correspondence, 1985

box 82, folder 23

Administrative, 1985

box 82, folder 24

Distribution, 1985-1986

box 82, folder 25

International recognition, 1985

box 83, folder 1

Press clippings, 1985-1987

box 83-84

Open Channels II (1986), 1986

Scope and Content Note

Finalist include John Arvanites, Jeanne C. Finley, Edward Jones, Tony Labat, and David Stout.
box 83, folder 2

General, 1986

box 83, folder 3-8

Applicant materials and proposals, 1986

box 83, folder 9

Entry checklist, 1986

box 83, folder 10

Jurors, 1986

box 83, folder 11

Semi-finalists, 1986

box 83, folder 12-17

Finalists, 1986-1988

box 83, folder 12

Adresses, 1986

box 83, folder 13

Arvanites, John, 1986

box 83, folder 14

Finely, Jeanne C., 1986

box 83, folder 15

Jones, Edward, 1986

box 83, folder 16

Labat, Tony, 1986

box 83, folder 17

Stout, David, 1986

box 84, folder 1

Announcement copy and notes, 1986

box 84, folder 2

Press releases and announcements, 1986

box 84, folder 3

Participant addresses, 1986

box 84, folder 4

Cable operator contracts, 1986

box 84, folder 5

Cable operator aggreement, 1986

box 84, folder 6

California State University Long Beach Cable, 1986

box 84, folder 7

Distribution, 1986

box 84, folder 8

Letters of support, 1986

box 84, folder 9

Press reviews, 1986

box 84, folder 10

Final report, 1986

box 84, folder 11

Pictures from Life: Decades of Change (1986) exhibition announcement, 1986

Scope and Content Note

File contains a single announcement.
box 84, folder 12-24

Open Channels III (1987), 1987

Scope and Content Note

Finalists include David Bunn, Paul Kos, Donna Matorin, Paul McCarthy, and Jim Shaw.
box 84, folder 12-13

General, 1986-1987

box 84, folder 14

Administrative, 1987-1988

box 84, folder 15

Cable production aggreements, 1987

box 84, folder 16

Cable program, 1987

box 84, folder 17

Cable participant mailing list, 1987

box 84, folder 18-22

Finalists, 1987-1988

box 84, folder 18

Bunn, David, 1987-1988

Scope and Content Note

Includes black and white photographs from the Torrid Zone (1986).
box 84, folder 19

Kos, Paul, 1987-1988

box 84, folder 20

Matorin, Donna, 1987-1988

box 84, folder 21

McCarthy, Paul, 1987

box 84, folder 22

Shaw, Jim, 1987

box 84, folder 23

Press releases, 1987

box 84, folder 24

Program schedule, 1987

box 81, 85-87

Open Channels IV (1988), 1987-1989

Scope and Content Note

Finalists include Victoria Bearden, Hilja Keading, Jayce Salloum, Erika Suderberg, and Bruce Yonemoto.
box 85, folder 1

Application requests, 1987-1988

box 85, folder 2-10

Applications, 1988

box 86, folder 1

Jury, 1988

box 86, folder 2

Kirby, Peter, Open Channels Producer, 1988

box 86, folder 3

Semi-finalists, 1988

box 86, folder 4

Finalists, 1988

Scope and Content Note

File contains acceptance letters and license aggreements with artists.
box 86, folder 5

Cable operator license agreements, 1988

box 86, folder 6

Invoices, 1988

box 86, folder 7-9

Mailing list, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Includes diskette copy of the mailing list.
box 86, folder 10

Press releases and announcements, 1988

box 86, folder 11

Open Channels 1988 group exhibition, 1988-1989

box 81, 86-87

Artist files, 1988

box 86, folder 12

Applicant list, 1988

box 86, folder 13

Adam, Cynthia, 1988

box 86, folder 14

Amrhein, John and Gina Lamb and Jeff Stoll, 1988

box 86, folder 15

Andrews, Lawrence, 1988

box 86, folder 16

Arnold, Skip, 1988

box 86, folder 17

Bearden, Victoria, 1988

box 86, folder 18

Berry, Ken, 1988

box 86, folder 19

Bethune Ballet Theatredanse (Zina Bethune), 1988

box 86, folder 20

Birman, Daniel, 1988

box 86, folder 21

Britton, Ben, 1988

box 86, folder 22

Butler, Jerome, 1988

box 86, folder 23

Caldararo, Niccolo, 1988

box 86, folder 24

Camp, Ken, 1988

box 86, folder 25

Campbell, Robert, 1988

box 86, folder 26

Chayes, Bill, 1988

box 86, folder 27

Clarke, Wendy, 1988

box 86, folder 28

Collage Dance Theatre, 1988

box 86, folder 29

Corboy, Tom, 1988

box 86, folder 30

Daniel, Malissa, 1988

box 86, folder 31

Fisher, Margaret, 1988

box 86, folder 32

Fledderman, Gregg, 1988

box 86, folder 33

Gill, Larry, 1988

box 86, folder 34

Gokhale, Dattatraya, 1988

box 86, folder 35

Goss, John, 1988

box 86, folder 36

Haldern, Rhyena, 1988

box 86, folder 37

Hershman, Lynn, 1988

box 86, folder 38

Hoyt, Dale, 1988

box 86, folder 39

Grimaldi, Guido, 1988

box 86, folder 40

Jones, Edward, 1988

box 86, folder 41

Kagan, Deborah, 1988

box 86, folder 42

Kaplan, Alan (Lanskoy, Miracle), 1988

box 86, folder 43

Kapon, Annetta, 1988

box 86, folder 44

Kaufman, Larry, 1988

box 86, folder 45

Keane, Colleen, 1988

box 86, folder 46

Kirshbaum, Paul, 1988

box 86, folder 47

Le Vert, Winn, 1988

box 86, folder 48

Lin, Ted, 1988

box 86, folder 49

Linares, Marya, 1988

box 87, folder 1

Loch, Mitchell, 1988

box 87, folder 2

Love, Kenna, 1988

box 87, folder 3

Mandelcorn, Eugene, 1988

box 87, folder 4

Marin, Eric, 1988

box 87, folder 5

Marino, Mark, 1988

box 87, folder 6

Martin, Jorge, 1988

box 81, 87

Mattson, Richard, 1988

box 87, folder 7

Mattson, Richard, 1988

box 81

Slides, 1988

box 87, folder 8

Miller, Lois Jeanne, 1988

box 87, folder 9

Muhammad, Dawan, 1988

box 87, folder 10

Nakazono, Stann, 1988

box 87, folder 11

Nomura, Art, 1988

box 87, folder 12

Paris, Bob, 1988

box 87, folder 13

Plaza, Begoña, 1988

box 87, folder 14

Ponce, José, 1988

box 87, folder 15

Pulner, Alan, 1988

box 87, folder 16

Robbins, Chris, 1988

box 87, folder 17

Robinson, Douglas, 1988

box 87, folder 18

Rogers, Lollie, 1988

box 87, folder 19

Sachs, Susan, 1988

box 87, folder 20

Salloum, Jayce, 1988

box 87, folder 21

Schenk, Sonja, 1988

box 87, folder 22

Schumacher, Ken, 1988

box 87, folder 23

Segalove, Ilene, 1988

box 87, folder 24

Springer, Brian, 1988

box 87, folder 25

Strashmich, Michael Angelo, 1988

box 87, folder 26

Suderberg, Erika, 1988

box 87, folder 27

Surongsain, Supachai, 1988

box 87, folder 28

Sutherland, Starr, 1988

box 87, folder 29

Tanney, Kathy, 1988

box 87, folder 30

Wade, Scott, 1988

box 87, folder 31

Wilder, Rae, 1988

box 87, folder 32

Yonemoto, Bruce, 1988

box 87, folder 33

Yonemoto, Bruce and Norman, 1988

box 87-88

Open Channels V (1989), 1989

Scope and Content Note

Finalists include Lawrence Andrews, Nancy Buchanan, Fu-Ding Cheng, and Paul Tassie.
box 87, folder 34

General, 1989

box 87, folder 35

Distribution, 1989

box 87, folder 36-39

Applications, 1989

box 87, folder 40-41

Mailing list, 1989

box 87, folder 42

Review notes, 1989

box 87, folder 43

Letters, 1989

box 87-88

Finalists, 1989

box 87, folder 44

General, 1989

box 88, folder 1

Andrews, Lawrence, 1989

box 88, folder 2

Buchanan, Nancy, 1989

box 88, folder 3

Cheng, Fu-Ding, 1989

box 88, folder 4

Tassie, Paul, 1989

box 88, folder 5

Cable operator agreements, 1989

box 88, folder 6

Financial, 1989

box 88, folder 7

Copy, 1989

box 88, folder 8

Press releases, 1989

box 88, folder 9

Press clippings, 1989

box 88, folder 10

Open Channels I-V (1985-1989), 1985-1989

box 88, folder 11

Open Channels VI (1990), 1990

box 88, folder 12

Open Channels VII (1991), 1991

box 88, folder 13-14

Open Channels: Artist Access Award program [1987], 1987

Scope and Content Note

Circa 1987, Open Channels was expanded to include an Artists Access Award Program.
box 88, folder 15-16

Video Access Program (VAP) (formerly the Artist Access Program (AAP), 1989-1990

box 81, 88-90

New Visions, Video Production and Presentation Program, 1996-1999

Scope and Content Note

Circa 1998 LBMA began New Visions: Video, a video production and presentation support program. Through an open-juried process, three artists were selected to participate in the program. The selection included $1000 and eight days of access to the production and post-production facilities of the LBMA Video Annex.
File comprises artists' applications from 1998-1999, including application form, budget and description of proposed video production.
box 88, 89

1998 Video Production and Grant Program, 1996-1998

board 88, folder 17

General, 1996-1988

box 88, folder 18

Aitken, Doug, 1998

box 88, folder 19

Bernier, Don, 1998

box 88, folder 20

Biren, Jordan, 1998

box 88, folder 21

Bozzi, Maria Raquel, 1998

box 88, folder 22

Burie, Lee, 1998

box 88, folder 23

Burns, Torsten Zenas, 1998

box 88, folder 24

Buzzel, Matthew, 1998

box 88, folder 25

Chew, Garren, 1998

box 88, folder 26

Choi, Katie, 1998

box 88, folder 27

Discenza, Anthony, 1998

box 88, folder 28

Fee, Georgia, 1998

box 88, folder 29

Fernandez, Carlee, 1998

box 88, folder 30

Gonzalez, Rita, 1998

box 88, folder 31

Hoang, Nguyen Tan, 1998

box 88, folder 32

Hunt, Austen, 1998

box 88, folder 33

Jenkins, Ulysses S., 1998

box 88, folder 34

Juhasz, Alexandra, 1998

box 88, folder 35

Lemoine, Joseph, 1998

box 88, folder 36

Mac Innes, Alex, 1998

box 88, folder 37

Martin, Kelly Marie, 1998

box 88, folder 38

McGuire, Anne, 1998

box 88, folder 39

Melhus, Bjørn, 1998

box 88, folder 40

Murrey, Stewart, 1998

box 88, folder 41

Novok, John D., 1998

box 88, folder 42

Oh!, Felicia, 1998

box 88, folder 43

Ortiz-Torres, Ruben D., 1998

box 88, folder 44

Overfelt, Guy, 1998

box 88, folder 45

Parker, Samantha, 1998

box 88, folder 46

Rengstorff, Ram, 1998

box 89, folder 1

Rodriguez, Eugene, 1998

box 89, folder 2

Rowland, Chris, 1998

box 89, folder 3

Saks, Eric, 1998

box 89, folder 4

Schafer, David, 1998

box 81, 89

Schumacher, Donna, 1998

box 89, folder 5

General, 1998

box 81

Slides, 1998

box 89, folder 6

Sola, Joe, 1998

box 89, folder 7

Sonnenberg, Ross, 1998

box 89, folder 8

Stage, Curtis, 1998

box 89, folder 9

Stone, Melinda, 1998

box 89, folder 10

Tavenner, Patricia, 1998

box 89, folder 11

Thomas, Jerome, 1998

box 89, folder 12

Thompson, Douglas, 1998

box 89, folder 13

Torres, Noreen E., 1998

box 89, folder 14

Tran, T. Kim Trang, 1998

box 89, folder 15

Vamos, Igor, 1998

box 81, 89

Walsh, Anne, 1998

box 89, folder 16

General, 1998

box 81

Slides, 1998

box 89, folder 17

Wynnem Stephanie, 1998

box 89, folder 18

Yuan, Lisa, 1998

box 89, folder 19

Zmolek, Paul, 1998

box 89-90

1999 Video Production and Grant Program, 1999

box 89, folder 20

B., Hima, 1999

box 89, folder 21

Baird, Joel and Rick Philips, 1999

box 89, folder 22

Barnet, S.E., 1999

box 81, 89

Beltran, J.D., 1999

box 89, folder 23

General, 1999

box 81

Slides, 1999

box 89, folder 24

Blachowski, Daniel J., 1999

box 89, folder 25

Borda, Margarita, 1999

box 81, 89

Brown, Jemima and Dolly, 1999

box 89, folder 37

General, 1999

box 81

Slides, 1999

box 81, 89

Butler, Kent Anderson, 1999

box 89, folder 26

General, 1999

box 81

Slides, 1999

box 89, folder 27

Cash, Kelly, 1999

box 89, folder 28

Carter, Rebecca, 1999

box 89, folder 29

Caspersen, Randy, 1999

box 89, folder 30

Daybell, Mark, 1999

box 89, folder 31

Eichhorn, Glen Alan, 1999

box 89, folder 32

Farina, Mark X., 1999

box 89, folder 33

Fruend, Peter, 1999

box 89, folder 34

Gazzo, Monica, 1999

box 89, folder 35

Goin, Peter, 1999

box 89, folder 36

Howe, Fanny, 1999

box 89, folder 38

Jenkins, Amy, 1999

box 89, folder 39

Jennings, Gabrielle, 1999

box 89, folder 40

Kapon, Annetta, 1999

box 89, folder 41

Kessler, Lynette, 1999

box 89, folder 42

Killacky, John, 1999

box 89, folder 43

Knutzen, Erik, 1999

box 89, folder 44

Konefsky, Bryan, 1999

box 89, folder 45

Krzysik, Dave, 1999

box 89, folder 46

LeMattre, Deborah, 1999

box 89, folder 47

Lewis, Andrea, 1999

box 89, folder 48

Lott, Jenny, 1999

box 89, folder 49

Mason, Daniel, 1999

box 89, folder 50

Maurizi, Shanna, 1999

box 81, 89

McAnally, NanDei, 1999

box 89, folder 51

General, 1999

box 81

Photographs, undated

box 89, folder 52

Meyer, Kimberly, 1999

box 89, folder 53

Miletic, Dragan, 1999

box 89, folder 54

Miller, Maggie, 1999

box 89, folder 55

Nakagawa, Alan, (Collage Ensemble), 1999

box 89, folder 56

O'Brien, John and Toti M. and Steve Roden, 1999

box 89, folder 57

O'Keefe, Bijou, 1999

box 89, folder 58

Pearce, Jennifer Pedroso, 1999

box 89, folder 59

Pezalla-Granlund, Margaret, 1999

box 89, folder 60

Purdy, Laura, 1999

box 93, folder 61

Rahmanian, Hamid, 1999

box 93, folder 62

Raymond, Lisa, 1999

box 93, folder 63

Ross, Paula, 1999

box 89, folder 64

Rothstein, Lauren, 1999

box 90, folder 1

Rowland, Chris, 1999

box 90, folder 2

Rozasy, Frank, 1999

box 90, folder 3

Sivak, Marie, 1999

box 90, folder 4

Smith, Leigh, 1999

box 90, folder 5

Stahl, Cynthia, 1999

box 90, folder 6

Steinkamp, Jennifer, 1999

box 90, folder 7

Sundal, Leslie, 1999

box 90, folder 8

Tejada, Rachel, 1999

box 90, folder 9

Tevere, Valerie, 1999

box 90, folder 10

Thaemlitz, Terre, 1999

box 90, folder 11

Thiel, Tamiko, 1999

box 90, folder 12

Toenz, Rahel, 1999

Scope and Content Note

File includes color photos mounted on cardstock.
box 90, folder 13

Von Moll, Maximillian, 1999

box 90, folder 14

West, Jennifer Greisz, 1999

box 90, folder 15

Whittinhg, Mike and Chris Stillwell, 1999

box 90, folder 16

Yamaguchi, Fae, 1999

box 90, folder 17

Yates, Joann Ruth, 1999

box 90, folder 18

Yoon, Joo-kyung, 1999

box 81, 90-94

Cable Series Programs, 1976-1989, undated

Scope and Content Note

LBMA's mission included producing and distributing works by video artists on a regional, national and international level through television venues. File comprises related records belonging to this mission including multiple cable series programs organized by LBMA in partnership regional cable broadcasts.
box 90, folder 19-20

Noosphere (1982), 1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

Noosphere at the Station/Annex was a cable program series produced at LBMA Video. Based on a magazine style format, Noosphere presented video shorts and excerpted work from existing pieces. The program series was funded by LBMA Video and the California Arts Council.
box 90, folder 21-27

Viewpoints on Video (1986-1989), 1987-1989, undated

Scope and Content Note

Viewpoints on Video was a program of video art works presented on cable television originated by LBMA. The program, which began production in 1987 was a bi-monthly cablecast of video art seen on eleven channels as part of a statewide distribution network including: Communicom, Los Angeles; Falcon Cable, San Gabriel Valley; Valley Cable, West San Fernando Valley; CSULB on Cable (Long Beach Signal Hill, Lakewood); Simmons Cable, Long Beach; Viacom, Marin County, San Francisco; and Peralter Colleges TV (Oakland Emeryville, Piedmont, Berkeley, Alameda).
Viewpoints on Video was result of the Open Channels cooperative between the California cable industry and LBMA.
box 90, folder 28-31

Arts Revue, 1986-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Arts Revue was an hour long television program, half of which was presented in magazine-format featuring on-location interviews with artists, gallery directors and other arts professionals, offering glimpses of works in progress and other insights into the creative process. The other half is a calendar, listing cultural events over a background of action video with original new music by local musicians.
box 91, folder 1-4

Art Off the Wall, 1986, 1987, undated

Scope and Content Note

Art Off the Wall was an arts television programs produced by the Long Beach Museum of Art's video department which had an initial showing on cable television. The program brought artists, performers and arts professionals to LBMA's video studio to discuss their role in the arts.
box 91, folder 1

General, 1986-1987, undated

box 91, folder 2

Communishare Grant, 1987, undated

box 91, folder 3

Light plot, undated

box 91, folder 4

Budget, undated

box 81, 91

Shared Realities, 1983-1985, undated

Scope and Content Note

Shared Realities was a cultural arts cable series designed in response to the need to present art in a broader context and to provide cultural cable programming for communities. With a grant from the California Arts Council, Shared Realities first premiered in 1983 on Long Beach Cablevision. The Video Annex also served as a community viewing site during the cablecasts.
board 91, folder 5

General, 1983-1984, undated

box 91, folder 6

Distribution, 1983-1985, undated

box 91, folder 7

Cable programming schedules, 1983, undated

box 91, folder 8

Budget, 1983-1984

box 91, folder 9

Legal notes, undated

box 91, folder 10

Tape rental forms and notes, 1984, undated

box 91, folder 11

Cable notes and correspondence, 1984, undated

box 91, folder 12

Program logs, undated

box 91, folder 13

Promotion notes, 1983-1984, undated

box 91, folder 14

Cable programming report, 1984-1985

box 81

Photographic print and negative, 1983

box 91-94

Assorted, 1976-1987, undated

Scope and Content Note

Files comprise cable grant information, proposals to cable companies, and related cable materials in regard to LBMA's partnership with local cable broadcast programming.
box 91, folder 15

Group W Public Access Cable, 1985

box 91, folder 16

Channel 8, 1979

box 91, folder 17

Cable communication technology, 1983, undated

box 91, folder 18

Cable grant information, 1982-1984

box 91, folder 19

Combined financial statements, 1986

box 92, folder 1

Foundation for Community Television Cable, 1984-1985

box 92, folder 2-3

Cable programming, 1981-1982, undated

box 92, folder 4

Cable and the Arts Steering Committee, 1981-1984

box 92, folder 5

Cable channel proposal, 1982, undated

box 92, folder 6

Communi-share, cable grant proposal, 1983, undated

box 92, folder 7

The Learning Channel, the Independents, 1987

box 92, folder 8-9

Partnerships in Production volume I & II, 1984

box 93, folder 1

A Night in Fullerton (1984) cable broadcast, 1984

box 93, folder 2-5

California Cable Television Association (CCTA), 1982

box 93, folder 6

Cable-related notes and drafts, 1983, undated

box 93, folder 7-9

General distribution, 1986

box 93, folder 10

Cable articles, 1981-1983

box 93, folder 11

Minneapolis Arts Cable Exchange, 1981

box 93, folder 12

Public access conference, 1982

box 93, folder 3

Television programs, 1985-1986

box 93, folder 14

Massachussetts Council, 1983

box 93, folder 15

Theta Public Access, 1976-1977

Scope and Content Note

Materials seem to belong to earlier records or files.
box 93, folder 16

INPUT, International Public Television Screening conference, 1986

box 93, folder 17

Cable Communications Advisory Board, 1980-1982

box 94, folder 1

Cable research, 1984-1985, undated

box 94, folder 2

Cable notes, 1984-1985, undated

box 94, folder 3

WGBH Artist Showcase, 1979-1980, undated

box 81, 94-118, 121*

Series IV. Administrative files, 1972-2003, undated

Physical Description: 15 Linear Feet (27 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The Long Beach Museum of Art maintained a program that was comprised of exhibitions, publications, cable broadcasts; video workshops and seminars; Artists' Post-Production Studio (identified as APPS which gave free access to artists for video works in progress); video archives and resouces materials; and distribution of video exhibitions, catalogs and loan of videotapes with artists' permission.
Two major areas of activities were curatorial (exhibition and collection development) and management of LBMA Video Annex, a production facility for artists' access, for revenue income and for in-house projects.
Files comprise administrative documents including the LBMA Foundation curatorial grants applications and reports consisting of capital and operational support requests and supplementary materials. In addition, there are papers relating to the production facility at the LBMA Video Annex, where services included facility use, workshops, and the APPS.
Also included are collection and preservation papers for the video archive and library; David Ross records, consisting of correspondence and files he kept on insitutions relating to the video program; mixed departmental materials; notes and meeting materials relating to the LBMA's membership of advisory organizations, such as the Video Council and NAMAC (National Alliance of Media Art Centers); subscriptions, serials, newsletters, and mailings.

Arrangement

Materials are arranged according to administrative function.
box 94, folder 3-6

Video Council membership and meetings, 1983-1988, undated

box 94, folder 7-15

Video exhibition rentals and tours, 1982-1986, undated

box 95, folder 1-12

Copyright information, contracts and forms, 1986, undated

box 95, folder 13-18

National Alliance of Media Center (NAMAC) membership materials, 1980-1987, undated

box 81, 95-98, 117

Annex, 1972-1999, undated

Scope and Content Note

The LBMA Video Annex was a production facility for artists' access, for revenue income and for in-house projects located at East Second Street in Belmont Shore, CA. The Video Annex was a former police station where both the video archive and the video production studio were housed. The files include administrative records for the facility including applications, announcements for workshops, reports and correspondence. During the course of its operations, the Video Annex was managed by several key individuals including Joe Leonardi, Peter Kirby and Art Nomura.
box 95, folder 19-20

Subsidized Access Facility Use, 1986-1987

Scope and Content Note

The primary purpose for subsidized access to LBMA Video facilities was to provide low-cost, high quality technical services and equipment for creative work in video by professional independent producers and artists. This program maintained editing suites and field production systems that were available for subsidized projects. Membership to LBMA was required for all subsidized access users.
box 95-96

Artists' Post Production Studio (APPS) applications, 1979-1985, undated

Scope and Content Note

LBMA offered qualified artists access to the Artists' Post-Prodution Studio which was created circa 1976 and designated by the NEA as a Media Art Center effective in 1979. The studio provided hardware, staff assistance, and exhibition of videotapes. File includes applications, guidelines, applicant list and video editing applications.
box 96, folder 2-20

Video Workshop announcements and teaching materials, 1982-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

LBMA Video offered a selection of low cost workshops dealing with the video medium (circa 1982-1988). Classes were offered for the beginner through the intermediate level and instructed by LBMA Video technical staff. The workshops were part of a program funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, Regional Media Arts Center Program, which was dedicated to providing artists and producers with access to the tools of the highly techinical televsion and video medium at the time. Workshops were held at the Station/Annex, also noted as the The Long Beach Museum of Art Regional Media Center.
box 81

Video Workshop Session I negatives, undated

box 96, folder 21

Video Workshop Session I photographs, undated

box 96-97

Video production proposals, logs, and receipts, 1980-1994

box 97, folder 12-14

Overview and fact sheets, 1984-1987, undated

box 97, folder 15-18

Office Reports and analysis, 1982-1988

box 97, folder 19-20

Facility materials, 1986, undated

box 98, folder 1-2

Vidkidco, 1986-1997

box 98, folder 3

Videosalon undated, 1996

box 98, folder 4-7

Organizational plans and correspondence, 1996-1999

box 98, folder 8-10

General, 1972, 1996-1998, undated

box 117, folder 1

Annex drawings, undated

Scope and Content Note

Two drawings comprising architectural layouts of the Video Annex.
box 98-99

Mixed departmental materials, 1984-2002, undated

box 99-102

Grants, 1972-1996

Scope and Content Note

File contains NEA and CAC grant reports and application documents in support of video exhibitions, collection preservation and development.
box 99-101

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) final reports and grant applications 1980-1996, 1980-1996

box 101-102

California Arts Council grant applications, 1972-1991

box 102

LBMA Foundation reports and assorted grant materials, 1979-1991

box 103-105

Collection cataloging and preservation, 1978-2005, undated

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition lists 1975-1996, collection inventory lists, acquisition policies and assessment through 2005.
box 81, 105-108

David Ross correspondence, 1973-1981, undated

Scope and Content Note

David A. Ross served as the Deputy Director of the Long Beach Museum of Art circa 1974-1977. Prior to his position at LBMA, he held the title of Video Art Curator at the Everson Art Museum. The correspondence belonging to or relating to David Ross are sorted alphabetically "A-Z" comprising letters to other institutions and internal memos. The file also includes correspondence with LBMA Director, Jan Ernst Adlmann. Additional materials relating to David Ross are also interfiled in Series I and II, in the Artists' and Exhibitions' papers where Ross had direct correspondence.
box 105-108

Papers, 1973-1981, undated

box 81

Slide and color transparency, 1975, undated

Scope and Content Note

Photographic materials associated with Claudia DeMonte from the folder labeled, University of Michigan 1975.
box 81

Photographic postcard, 1976

Scope and Content Note

Postcard mailed to David Ross, sender not identified.
box 109-110

Assorted correspondence, 1975-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

File contains general correspondence including letters to and from key LBMA curators and administrators such as Nancy Drew, Kathy Rae Huffman, Sue Ellen Waller, and Russell J. Moore.
box 110-114, 117

Assorted ephemera, programs and periodicals, 1987-1994, undated

Scope and Content Note

File contains miscellaneous newsletters, periodicals, brochures and media-related industry catalogs, video festival catalogs, and program announcements. Assorted materials are addressed to various LBMA staff members including Carol Ann Klonarides, Michael Nash, Harold Nelson, Connie Fitzsimons, Nancy Drew, Kathy Rae Huffman, Jacquelain Kain, and/or the LBMA Media Department at-large.
box 115, folder 1-7

LBMA Foundation newsletters, 1989-1999

box 118, folder 1-7

LBMA Foundation newsletter layout drafts, 1980s

box 115, folder 8-16

Press clippings, reviews, and articles, 1974-2003, undated

Scope and Content Note

File contains press coverage including newspaper and magazine clippings and photocopies, and articles on video art.
box 81, 116

Photographic materials, [1981]-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

File contains miscellaneous slides, negatives and transparencies attributed to documentation of LBMA including images of the building, inside the galleries, the video annex, participants, and an installed exhibition. Most of the images are credited to Kira Perov.
box 116, folder 1

Gerrie Walker correspondence, [1981], undated

Scope and Content Note

Also written as Jerry Walker.
box 81

Gerrie Walker color negatives, 1981

Scope and Content Note

Color negatives of the video library and production equipment.
box 116, folder 2-5

Assorted notes, photographic prints and contact sheets, 1981-1982, undated

Scope and Content Note

File includes black and white photos of the museum and its galleries, the video library, and portraits of LBMA members including Kathy Huffman, Nancy Drew and David Ross.
box 81

Assorted slides, negatives and transparencies, undated

box 118, folder 8

Assorted posters, 1980s-1990s

Scope and Content Note

File includes poster announcement for a continuing exhibition of alternative television programming on cable networks.
box 121*

Assorted oversize posters, 1980s

Scope and Content Note

File comprises miscellaneous posters including several that were originally housed in frames.
box 122-127

Series V. Photographs, 1964-1998, undated

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet (5 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

The majority of the files in this series contain installation shots from exhibitions organized by and presented at the Long Beach Museum of Art (LBMA) between 1964 and 1998, as well as stills from individual artworks. Portraits of artists are also included in some of the files. Additionally, there are a few instances of correspondence present in the series, usually between the artist and staff members of LBMA. This series contains photographic prints, negatives, contact sheets, and transparencies. All prints are black and white unless otherwise indicated. When known, the dates of works are indicated in parentheses following titles. Other dates refer to exhibitions, which may be different from the dates of the works.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by artist's last name. Works by unknown artists are filed at the end.
box 122, folder 1

Abramovic, Marina and Ulay, 1981-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes video still from City of Angels (1983) and installation shots of Gold found by the artists (1981).
box 122, folder 2

Acuna, Chey, 1983

Scope and Content Note

Includes images from Shared Realities cable series and Arte del Barrio (1983).
box 122, folder 3-4

Almy, Max, 1976-1984, undated

box 122, folder 3

Leaving the 20th Century (1982), 1982-1984, undated,

box 122, folder 4

Various video stills, 1976-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Modern Times (1979), Perfect Leader (1983), and various unidentified stills. This file also includes newsclippings and correspondence.
box 127, folder 1

Angelo, Nancy, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains transparency.
box 122, folder 5

Ant Farm, 1976-1986, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Eternal Frame (1976), Media Burn (1975), Amarillo News Tape (1979), and various untitled stills.
box 122, 127

Antin, Eleanor, 1974-1983, undated

box 122, folder 6

The Nurse and the Hijackers (1977), 1977

box 122, folder 7

Various video stills, 1974-1983

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from At Home (1983), Little Match Girl Ballet (1975), Black is Beautiful (1974).
box 127, folder 2

Negatives, undated

box 122, folder 8

Applebroog, Ida and Beth B., 1989

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Belladonna (1989).
box 122, folder 9

Ashley, Robert, 1981

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Music, Word, Fire and I Would Do It Again: The Lessons (1981).
box 122, 127

Askevold, David, 1977, undated

box 122, folder 10

Very Soon You Will (1977), 1977

box 127, folder 3

Negatives, undated

box 122, folder 11

Azuma, Shoichiro, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Kuniyama-Shinji. From New Video: Japan exhibition.
box 122, folder 12

Baldessari, John, 1975

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Ed Henderson Suggests Soundtracks for Photographs (1975).
box 122, folder 13

Barry, Judith, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills and installation shot from In the Shadow of the City... Vamp R Y (1985).
box 122, folder 14

Beck, Robert, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from The Feeling of Power.
box 122, folder 15

Benglis, Lynda, 1972

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Mumble (1972).
box 122, folder 16

Birnbaum, Dara, 1984-1987, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes video stills from Damnation of Faust: Will-o'-the-Wisp (A Deceitful Goal) (1985), Damnation of Faust: Charming Landscape (1987), and various untitled stills.
box 122, 127

Bozanich, Ante, 1980, undated

box 122, folder 17

Alarm (1980), 1980

box 127, folder 5

Hole (1989), undated

box 122, folder 18

Britton, Ben, 1990

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Je Suis (un readymade) (1990).
box 122, folder 19-20

Brown, Linda, 1989, undated

box 122, folder 19

Calamity Jane (An Innovative Documentary) (1989), 1989

box 122, folder 20

Portrait (1997), undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains image of Linda Brown filming Women: Stories of Passion (1997).
box 122, 127

Buchanan, Nancy, 1981-1983, undated

box 122, folder 21

Various video stills, 1981-1982

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from See I A (1981) and These Creatures (1979).
box 122, folder 22

Portrait, 1983

Scope and Content Note

Contains a letter from Nancy Buchanan to Kathy Huffman, curator of the Long Beach Museum of Art, and an undated portrait of the artist taken by Page Buchanan.
box 127, folder 6

Negatives, undated

box 127, folder 7

Buckler, Diane, undated

Scope and Content Note

Color photograph.
box 122, 127

Burden, Chris, 1974, undated

box 122, folder 23

Back to You (1974), undated

box 122, folder 24

Various installation shots, 1974

Scope and Content Note

Includes installation shots of Velvet Water (1974).
box 127, folder 8

Negatives, undated

box 122, folder 25-34

Byrne, James, 1975-1982

box 122, folder 25

Certain Events (1979), 1979

box 122, folder 26

Do You Have Any Identification? (1977), 1977

box 122, folder 27

Floor Ceiling (1975), 1975

box 122, folder 28

Intra Intro (1975), 1975

box 122, folder 29

Live (1976), 1976

box 122, folder 30

Number Five, 1976

box 122, folder 31

Phase, 1981

box 122, folder 32

Scale Drawing, 1975

box 122, folder 33

...this fountain is a field of fire... (1982), 1982

box 122, folder 34

Works for Broadcast (1977), 1977

box 122, folder 35-36

Caldwell, John, [1981?], undated

box 122, folder 35

Hamburger Harmonics (1978), undated

box 122, folder 36

Pax-Americanus (1981), [1981?]

box 122, folder 37-38

Campus, Peter, 1975-1985, undated

box 122, folder 37

mem (1975), 1975-1985

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence.
box 122, folder 38

Set of Coincidence (1974), undated

box 122, folder 39

Chandler, Michael and Brian Eno, 1981-1984

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shot from Chandler and Eno's exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.
box 122, folder 40

Chase, Doris, undated

box 122, folder 41

Chong, Ping, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shots from Kindness (1985).
box 122, folder 42-44

Clarke, Shirley, 1964, 1987, undated

box 122, folder 42

The Cool World (1964), 1964, 1987

box 122, folder 43

Savage/Love (1981), 1987

box 122, folder 44

Tongues (1982), undated

box 122, folder 45-46

Cohen, Jem, 1989-1990, undated

box 122, folder 45

Just Hold Still (1989), 1989-1990

box 122, folder 46

Glue Man (1989), undated

box 122, folder 47

Cokes, Tony, 1989-1990

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Black Celebration (1988).
box 122, folder 48-49

Collins, Dan, 1987-1990

box 122, folder 48

Semiotics in Paradise (The Absence of Eve) (1990), 1990

box 122, folder 49

Virtual America II (1987), 1987

box 122, folder 50

Conrad, Tony, 1988

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from That Far Away Look (1988).
box 122, folder 51

Cunningham, Merce, 1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographs of Merce Cunningham, Elliot Caplan, and Merce Cunningham with Elliot Captain, as well as an identifying note from Michael Bloom.
box 122, folder 52

Darling, Lowell, 1975-1977

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from The Cauliflower Alley Tapes (1977).
box 122, folder 53

D'Agostino, Peter, 1990-1991

Scope and Content Note

Includes video stills and installation shots from TransmissionS (1985-1990).
box 122, folder 54-55

Daval, Mary, 1983-1986

box 122, folder 54

5 Dances for Small Spaces (1985), 1985-1986

box 122, folder 55

Depot Duet (1983), 1983

box 122, folder 56

Davidovich, Jaime, undated

Scope and Content Note

No Subnote Content
box 122, folder 57

DeMichiel, Helen, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains video still from Consider Anything, Only Don't Cry (1988).
box 123, folder 1

DeVito, Cara, 1974-1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills and contact sheet from Ama L'Uomo Tuo (Always Love Your Man) (1975).
box 123, folder 2-3

Downey, Juan, 1974-1984, undated

box 123, folder 2

Laughing Alligator (1978), 1974-1984

box 123, folder 3

Various video stills, 1978-1979, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Cuzco I (1976), Cuzco II (1976), and The Singing Mute (1978).
box 123, folder 4

Duane, Hildegarde, 1980, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes video still from Pink Slip (1982), and an exhibition file and promotional postcard from Scheharazade (1980), Duane's collaboration with David Lamelas.
box 123, folder 5-8

Feingold, Ken, 1981-1988

box 123, folder 5

Hell (1981), 1981-1982

box 123, folder 6

New Building Under the Water (1982), 1982

box 123, folder 7

Region of Extreme Examples (1981), 1981-1982

box 123, folder 8

5dim/MIND (1983), 1988

box 123, folder 9-10

Finley, Jeanne C., 1982, undated

box 123, folder 9

I Saw Jesus in a Tortilla (1982), 1982

box 123, folder 10

Involuntary Conversion (1991), undated

box 123, folder 11

Fitzgerald, Kit and John Sanborn, 1982

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Ear to the Ground (1982).
box 123, folder 12-14

Fox, Terry, 1971-1975, undated

box 123, folder 12

Children's Tapes (1974), 1975

box 123, folder 13

Turgescent Sex (1971), 1971

box 123, folder 14

Two Turns (1975), undated

box 123, folder 15

Franklin, Marjorie, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from ...Her...Signal... (1991).
box 123, folder 16

Fujihata, Masaki, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Miroku Maitreya (1984).
box 123, folder 17

Fulbeck, Kip, 1996, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Nine Fish (1996).
box 123, folder 18

Galloway, Kit, and Sherrie Rabinowitz, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Hole-in-Space (1980).
box 123, folder 19

Gerson, Barry, 1985

Scope and Content Note

No Subnote Content
box 123, 127

Gillette, Frank, 1973-1977, undated

box 123, folder 20

Hark! Hork! (1972-1973), 1973

box 123, folder 21

Rituals for a Still Life (1974-1975), 1977

box 123, folder 22

Quidditas (1974-1975), undated

box 127, folder 12

Color photographs (1974-1975), undated

box 123, folder 23

Glassman, Gary, and Oza Borofsky, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Word of God (1991).
box 123, folder 24

Glassman, Joel, 1973-1975

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Rattling Outside, Banging Inside (1972).
box 127, folder 13

Gorewitz, Shalom, undated

box 123, folder 25-26

Hall, Doug, 1983-1985

box 123, folder 25

Songs of the 80's (1983), 1983-1984

box 123, folder 26

The Victims' Regret (1984), 1985

box 123, 127

Harding, Noel, 1980-1981, undated

box 123, folder 27

Various video stills, 1980-1981

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Four Chapters (1980-1981) and installation shot from Enclosure for Conventional Habit (1980).
box 127, folder 14

Transparency, undated

box 123, folder 28

Hermann, Joel, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from While I Was Waiting (1975).
box 123, folder 29

Hershman, Lynn, 1992-1993

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Conspiracy of Silence (1991).
box 123, folder 30-32

Hill, Gary, 1982-1994, undated

box 123, folder 30

Equal Time (1979), 1982-1983

box 123, folder 31

Various video stills, 1992-1994, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Cut Pipe (1992) and installation shots of War Zone (1980).
box 123, folder 32

Ura-Aru (the backside exists) (1985-1986), 1986

box 123, folder 33

Hock, Louis, 1985-1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from The Mexican Tapes: A Chronicle of Life Outside the Law (1986).
box 123, folder 34

Holliday, Jason, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Portrait of Jason (1967).
box 123, 127

Hoover, Nan, 1974-1985

box 123, folder 35

Various video stills, 1974-1985

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Intercept the Rays (1983) and Impressions (1978).
box 123, folder 36

Walking in Any Direction (1984), 1985

box 127, folder 15

Color photographs, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Contains color installation shots from Interpret the Ways (1983) and Walking in Any Direction (1984).
box 123, folder 37

Hucko, Bruce, 1989

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Have You Ever Seen a Rainbow at Night? (1989).
box 123, folder 38

Hull, Eric, undated

box 123, folder 39

Idemitsu, Mako, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from HIDEO, It's Me Mama (1983).
box 123, folder 40

Jackson, Theresa, 1990

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Sonny's Song (1990).
box 123, folder 41

Jonas, Joan, 1984-1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Double Lunar Dogs (1984).
box 123, 127

Kim-Trang, Tran T., 1994, undated

box 123, folder 42

kore, 1994

box 127, folder 16

Color photograph of the artist, undated

Scope and Content Note

Color photograph of Tran T. Kim-Trang taken by Karl Mihail.
box 123, 127

Korot, Beryl, 1974-1975, undated

box 123, folder 43

Dachau (1974), 1974-1975

box 127, folder 17

Negative, undated

box 123, folder 44

Kovacs and Kaufman, undated

box 123, folder 44

Magical Mystery Tour (1989), undated

box 127, folder 18

Negatives, undated

box 123, folder 45

Kraus, Chris, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Traveling at Night (1991).
box 123, 127

Krinsky Building, 1992, undated

box 123, folder 46

Krinsky Building, 1992

box 127, folder 19

Color photographs, undated

box 124, folder 1-2

Kubota, Shigeko, undated

box 124, folder 1

Nude Descending a Staircase (1976), undated

box 124, folder 2

River (1979-1981), undated

box 124, folder 3-4

Kuntzel, Thierry, 1981-1985

box 124, folder 3

Nostos II (1984), 1984-1985

box 124, folder 4

Still (1980), 1981

box 124, folder 5-8

Labat, Tony, 1979-1984, undated

box 124, folder 5

Babalu (1980), 1980

box 124, folder 6

Ñ (enn-yay) (1982), 1982

box 124, folder 7

Fight (1981), undated

box 124, folder 8

Kikiriki (1983), 1979-1984

box 127, folder 20

Leavitt, William, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains various color stills.
box 124, folder 9

Litwak, Ezra, 1985-1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Stranded (1985).
box 124, folder 10

Logue, Joan, 1973-1979, undated

box 124, folder 11

Lord, Chip and Mickey McGowan, 1983-1984

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Easy Living (1984).
box 124, 127

Ma, Ming-Yuen, undated

box 124, folder 12

Myth(s) of Creation (1997), undated

box 127, folder 21

Negatives and color photographs, undated

box 124, folder 13-14

Marton, Pier, 1980

box 124, folder 15

Masayesva, Victor, Jr., 1984-1986

Scope and Content Note

Includes still from Itam, Hakim, Hapiit (1985).
box 124, 127

McCafferty, Jay, 1973-1984, undated

box 124, folder 16

Various video stills, 1973-1975

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Ocean Tape (1975).
box 124, folder 17

Self-Portrait, Every Year, 1984

box 127, folder 22

Transparency, undated

box 127, folder 23

Melhus, Bjørn, 1998

Scope and Content Note

Contains color stills from Again & Again/The Borderer (1998).
box 124, folder 18-20

Melnyk, Doug, undated

box 124, folder 18

Auld Lang Syne (1988), undated

box 124, folder 19

Lucy (1988), undated

box 124, folder 20

Las Vegas (1987), undated

box 124, folder 21

Miller, Bianca, 1983

Scope and Content Note

Contains still of Sushi Baby (1983).
box 124, 127

Mogul, Susan, 1975, undated

box 124, folder 22

Dressing Up (1973), 1975

box 124, folder 23

Everyday Echo Street: A Summer Diary (1993), undated

box 127, folder 24

Transparency, undated

box 124, folder 24

Monk, Meredith, 1982

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Ellis Island (1981).
box 124, folder 25

Muntadas, 1983

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from La Televisión (1980). Artist also known as Antonio Muntadas.
box 124, folder 26

Myers, Rita, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from In the Drowning Pool (1989).
box 124, 127

Nash, Michael, undated

box 124, folder 27

Performers, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of musicians featured in the Art of Music Video exhibition (1989) curated by Michael Nash.
box 127, folder 25

Color photograph, undated

box 124, 127

Nauman, Bruce, 1969-1970, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shots of Live Taped Video Corridor (1970).
box 124, folder 28

Live Taped Video Corridor (1970), 1969-1970

box 127, folder 26

Negatives, undated

box 124, folder 29

Nomura, Art, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains video still from Refugees From Laos: A Hill Tribe in West Oakland (1981).
box 124, folder 30

Odenbach, Marcel, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from The Distance between Me and my Losses (1983).
box 124, folder 31

Okuda, Noriyuki, 1982

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Obsolete Theater (1982).
box 124, 127

Oursler, Tony, 1980-1982

box 124, folder 32

Grand Mal (1981), 1981-1982

box 124, folder 33

The Weak Bullet (1980), 1980

box 127, folder 27

Transparency, 1982

box 124, 127

Paik, Nam June, undated

box 124, folder 34

Portrait, undated

box 124, folder 35

Various video stills, undated

box 127, folder 28

Color photographs (1978), undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains polaroids of a performance of Picturephone.
box 124, 127

Palestine, Charlemagne, 1979, undated

box 24, folder 36

Dark into Dark (1979), 1979, undated

box 127, folder 29

Transparency, undated

box 124, folder 37

Peacock, Jan, 1987-1988

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Sirensong (1987).
box 124, 127

Portis, Michael, 1977, undated

box 124, folder 38

3-D Human Instrument (1977), 1977, undated

box 127, folder 30

Transparency, undated

box 124, 127

Quinn, Aysha, 1975-1983, undated

box 124, folder 39

Excerpts (1983), 1975-1983

box 124, folder 40

Program #3: The Artist and Television I, 1983

box 127, folder 31

Transparency, undated

box 125, folder 1

Ramos, Tony, 1975

Scope and Content Note

Includes still from Nor Was This All By Any Means (1978).
box 125, folder 2

Ramsden, Anne, 1983-1988

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Manufactured Romance Part 2: Beauty, Passion and Power (1983).
box 125, 127

Rankin, Scott, 1983-1990

box 125, folder 3

Fugue (1985), 1986

box 125, folder 4

Synchronicity (1983), 1983-1984

box 127, folder 32

This and That (1987-1990), 1990

Scope and Content Note

Contains color still.
box 125, folder 5

Ranucci, Karen, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Miss Universe in Peru (1985), La Virgin que Suda/The Sweating Virgin (1983), Varela in Xingu (1985), and Time of Daring (1983).
box 125, folder 6

Rappaport, Mark, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Postcards (1990).
box 125, 127

Raymond, Lisa, 1995-1997, undated

box 125, folder 7

Untitled, 1997

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographs of Cambodian community.
box 125, folder 8

Unknown Soldier (1995), 1995

box 127, folder 33

Negatives, undated

box 125, folder 9-12

Reeves, Daniel, 1981-1988, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills from Amida, Sabda, and Smothering Dreams.
box 125, folder 9

Amida (1983), 1982

box 125, folder 10

Sabda (1984), 1984-1988

box 125, folder 11

Smothering Dreams (1981), 1981-1982

box 125, folder 12

Untitled video still undated

box 125, folder 13

Reilly, John, 1985-1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shots of The Irish Tapes (1975).
box 125, folder 14

Reilly, John and Julie Gustafson, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Giving Birth (1976).
box 125, folder 15

Robinson, Mike, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from the music video for Frankie Teardrop (1978), an 11-minute song by the punk band Suicide.
box 125, folder 16

Rogala, Miroslaw, 1989

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shots of Nature is Leaving Us (1989).
box 125, folder 17-18

Rosler, Martha, 1977-1983

box 125, folder 17

Foul Play in the Chicken House (1977), 1977

box 125, folder 18

Semiotics of the Kitchen (1975), 1983

box 125, folder 19

Saitoh, Makoto, 1984

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from A-R-K (1984).
box 125, 127

Sanborn, John and Kit Fitzgerald, undated

box 125, folder 20

Wraparound (1982), undated

box 125, folder 21

Portrait, undated

box 127, folder 34

Transparency, undated

box 125, folder 22

Sato, Norie, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains untitled video still from the Northwest Video exhibition (1980).
box 125, folder 23

Schell, Michael, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Selfsame (1987).
box 125, folder 24

Schneider, Ira, 1979

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Time Zones: Documentation of an Installation (1980).
box 125, 127

Seaman, Bill, 1990, undated

box 125, folder 25

The Watch Detail (1990), 1990

box 127, folder 35

S.he (1983), undated

Scope and Content Note

Color photograph.
box 127, folder 36

Negatives, undated

box 125, 127

Segalove, Ilene, 1974-1984, undated

box 125, folder 26

The Cauliflower Alley Tapes (1976), 1976

Scope and Content Note

Segalove co-created this work with Lowell Darling.
box 125, folder 27

The Mom Tapes (1974), 1974-1978

box 125, folder 28

The Riot Tapes (1984), 1984

box 125, folder 29

TV is OK (1979), 1980

box 125, folder 30

Various video stills, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes still from Why I Got Into TV (1983).
box 127, folder 37

Negatives, undated

box 125, folder 31

Seidner, David, 1980

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Basic Black (1981).
box 125, folder 32

Serra, Richard, 1980

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographs of T.W.U. (1980), located in New York, NY.
box 125, folder 33

Shapiro, Sally (Celia), 1984

Scope and Content Note

Contains one installation shot and video stills from Water Paintings (1978), recreated in 1984.
box 125, folder 34

Silver, Shelly, undated

box 125, 127

Smith, Michael, 1982, undated

box 125, folder 35

Government Approved Home Fallout Shelter/Snack Bar (1983), undated

box 125, folder 36

It Starts At Home (1982), 1982

box 127, folder 38

Transparency, undated

box 125, folder 37-38

Sobell, Nina, 1983

Scope and Content Note

No Subnote Content
box 125, folder 37

Brain Wave Drawing (1972?), 1983

box 125, folder 38

Hey! Baby! Chickey! (1978), 1983

box 125, 127

Soe, Valerie, undated

box 125, folder 39

Beyond Asiaphilia (1997), undated

box 127, folder 39

Color photograph, undated

box 125, folder 40

Soho TV, 1980

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Soho Wants to Know (1980).
box 125, folder 41

Stahl, Cynthia, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains stills from Poodle West (1997).
box 125, 127

Steina, 1969-1986, 1996

box 125, folder 42

Violin Power (1970-1978), 1969-1978

box 127, folder 40

Voice Windows (1986), 1986, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Contains color still.
box 125, 127

Sturgeon, John, 1974-1984, undated

box 125, folder 43

As Above, As Below (1978), 1978

box 125, folder 44

Conjunct (1976), undated

box 125, folder 45

I Will Take You (1977), 1974-1984

box 125, folder 46

Shapes From the Bone Change (1975), undated

box 125, folder 47

2 Aspects (1976), undated

box 125, folder 48

Untitled, Water Piece (1975), 1974

box 125, folder 49

Uroboros (1979), 1979

box 127, folder 41

Negatives, undated

box 126, 127

Suderburg, Erika, undated

box 126, folder 1

Various video stills, undated

box 127, folder 42

Negatives, undated

box 126, folder 2

Sweeney, Skip, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains a photograph of the artist.
box 127, folder 43

Syrop, Mitchell, 1979-1980

Scope and Content Note

Contains color still from Watch It Think It (1977).
box 126, 127

Tanaka, Janice, 1989, undated

box 126, folder 3

Memories From the Department of Amnesia (1989), 1989

box 127, folder 44

Color photograph, undated

box 126, folder 4

Thomas, Morgan, 1988

Scope and Content Note

Contains still from Twentieth Century Child (1988).
box 127, folder 44

Toenz, Rahel, 1997-1998

Scope and Content Note

Includes color photographs mounted on cardstock from the following: Red (1998) and Intimacy (1999).
box 126, folder 5

Torres, Francesc, 1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shots of The Dictatorship of Swiftness (1986).
box 126, folder 6-7

Vasulka, Woody, 1983, undated

box 126, folder 6

Progeny (1981), undated

box 126, folder 7

The Commission (1983), 1983

box 126, folder 8-10

Velez, Ethel and Edin, 1978-1979

box 126, folder 8

Various video stills, undated

box 126, folder 9

Meta Mayan II (1981), undated

box 126, folder 10

TULE: the Cuna Indians of San Blas (1978), 1978-1979

box 126, folder 11-18

Viola, Bill, 1977-1989, undated

box 126, folder 11

Portrait, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains portrait of Bill Viola recording Chot El-Djerid (A Portrait in Light and Heat) (1979).
box 126, folder 12

Angel's Gate (1989), 1989

box 126, folder 13

Anthem (1983), 1983

box 126, folder 14

Chott el-Djerid (A Portrait in Light and Heat) (1979), 1979

box 126, folder 15

Hatsu Yume (First Dream) (1981), 1981-1982

box 126, folder 16

Palm Trees on the Moon (1977), 1977-1979

box 126, folder 17

Memories of Ancestral Power (The Moro Movement in the Solomon Islands) (1977), 1979

box 126, folder 18

Untitled video still, undated

box 126, folder 19

Vom Bruch, Klaus, 1986

box 126, folder 20

Vostell, Wolf, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shot of Environment.
box 126, folder 21-22

Wegman, William, undated

box 126, folder 21

Untitled, undated

box 126, folder 22

Untitled, undated

box 126, folder 23

Wilson, Robert, undated

box 126, 127

Yonemoto, Bruce and Norman, 1980-1982, undated

box 126, folder 24

An Impotent Metaphor (1979), 1980

box 126, folder 25

Green Card: An American Romance (1982), 1982

box 126, folder 26

Made in Hollywood (1990), undated

box 125, folder 27

Romantic (1980), 1980

box 127, folder 46

Negatives, undated

box 127, folder 47

Transparency, undated

box 126, folder 28

Yourgrau, Barry, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains portrait of the artist.
box 126, 127

Unknown Artists, 1984-1991, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes stills and installation shots from several exhibitions.
box 126, folder 29

Videthos: Cross-Cultural Video (1979), undated

box 126, folder 30

Untitled, undated

box 126, folder 31

New British Video Essays (1988), 1988

Scope and Content Note

Negatives reside in Box 127, Folder 49.
box 126, folder 32

Poetic License (1986), undated

box 126, folder 33

Video Art: A History (1983-1984), 1984

Scope and Content Note

Contains installation shot from MoMA's Video Art: A History exhibition.
box 126, folder 34

Tele-visions: Channels for Changing TV (1991), 1991

Scope and Content Note

Color photograph resides in Box 127, Folder 50.
box 126, folder 35

Video Poetics (1990), undated

Scope and Content Note

Color photographs reside in Box 127, Folder 51.
 

Series VI. Artists' videos, circa 1970-circa 2003

Selected artists' videos (digital version available on-site only): circa 1970-circa 2003

Scope and Content Note

Series VI contains more than 1,000 tapes, primarily video artworks, but also documentaries, documentation of performances, and interviews with artists. These tapes have been cataloged separately and may be found in the library catalog  by searching for individual artists' names or titles of artworks. You may browse all of the titles by searching for the title, "Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive."
Videos are unavailable until reformatted. Contact Reference  for information about how to request reformatting of cataloged videos.
 

Series VII. Exhibition videos, circa 1970-circa 1999

Selected exhibition videos (digital version available on-site only): circa 1970-circa 1999

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition tapes in Series VII relate to exhibitions at LBMA. Most are video compilations that were screened in exhibitions, but some are video documentation of performances and installations. Individual exhibitions are currently being cataloged in the library catalog . Those that have been cataloged may be searched by exhibition title or curator, or by individual artists and artworks included in the exhibitions. See also the chronology of film and video exhibitions  at LBMA from 1974 to 1999.
Videos are unavailable until reformatted. Contact Reference  for information about how to request reformatting of cataloged videos.
item (VE23a-c)

New visions video 1998; curated by Martin Betz, 1998

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Hysteria / Doug Aitken (1998) (6 min.) -- The borderer / Bjørn Melhus (1998) (57 min.) -- Ekleipsis / Tran T. Kim-Trang (1998) (23 min.).
New Visions was a video art exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from Apr 24-Jun 21, 1998. Title from label. The borderer is a four minute piece looped for 57 minutes.
item VE83a-d, VE84a-d, VE85b-d

New California video 1991/1992 ; [exhibition curated by Carole Ann Klonarides], 1993

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tape 1, parts 1 and 2.In a day's work(9:00) /Terry Braunstein --ID(14:00) /Chris Robbins -- Height of appetite(12:00) /Paul Tassie -- Fear of the human form(7:00) /Eric Hull -- Gun talk(14:40) /Eric Saks -- The green box(5:00) /Lorie Erikson -- From the vaults of memory(14:00) /Anet Margot Ris --Dat ol' negro tradition: de hi-tech lynch tree(15:00) /Salah M. Abdul-Wahid with Keith Antar Mason and The Hittite Empire.Tape 2, parts 1 and 2.We come to dance(7:51) /Carol A. Morton --The nomadics(12:40) /Ulysses Jenkins --Rotha Hou a.k.a. Chum Sambath(9:00) /United Cambodian Community --Was it only a dream?(13:40) /Sue Kornfeld --Carpool August 20, 1992(18:00) /Eames Demetrios -- Teasers(10:36) /Jean Rasenberger -- Conspiracy of silence(15:00) /Lynn Hershman.
This video art exhibition was organized by Carole Ann Klonarides and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from June through August 1993. It includes 17 videos produced in 1991 and 1992 through the Long Beach Museum of Art's video production grant programs: the Open Channels Television Production Grant Program and the Video Access Program (VAP). Works by Art Nomura and Rachel Rosenthal were shown in the exhibition but are not included in these videos.CMalG Copy 3 is incomplete, missing Tape 1, Part 1.CMalG Title from label.
item VE27a-f

SoHo TV presents selections from SoHo TV's New York artists cable program; ,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: The gap / Jamie Davidovich (1981) (14 min.) -- Outreach: the changing role of the art museum / Gregory Battock (1978) (28 min.) -- One size fits all / Robert Kushner (1978) (28 min.) -- Conversations / Les Levine and Steven Poser (1980) (28 min.) -- Frankie teardrop / Mike Robinson and Paul Dougherty (1978) (11 min.) -- Secret horror / Michael Smith (1980) (15 mn.).The gap / Jamie Davidovich (1981) (14 min.) -- Outreach - the changing role of the art museum / Gregory Battock (1978) (28 min.) -- One size fits all / Robert Kushner (1978) (28 min.) -- Conversations / Les Levine and Steven Poser (1980) (28 min.) -- Frankie teardrop / Mike Robinson and Paul Dougherty (1978) (11 min.) -- Secret Horror / Michael Smith (1980) (15 min.).
SoHo TV Presents is a selection of artists' programs that aired on the Artists' Television Network (ATN) cable program and was exhibited at the Long Beach Museum of Art from Feb. 21-Mar. 27, 1981. SoHo Television was a division of ATN, and produced programs by video artists that included performances, simulcast music, interviews, panel discussions and lectures videotaped for TV. Summary from associated documentation in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series I.CMalG Title from label.
item VE82a-b

Facades architecture, urban space, & the moving image; [exhibition curated by Jesse Lerner and Gustavo Leclerc],

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Space Splice / Van McElwee -- The memory of space / Anton Cierny -- Clockshower / Gordon Matta Clark -- As above so below / Collage Ensemble -- Treehouse, no. 78 of 100 / Stave Reinke -- Lost book found / Jem Cohen.
This video art exhibition, held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from December 1997 through February 1998, was organized by Jesse Lerner and Gustavo Leclerc as one of four installations in the museum's winter exhibition, Under one roof. Title from label.
item VE74a-VE74n

Southland video anthology II ; curated by David Ross,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Nun and deviant / Nancy Angelo and Candace Compton (1976) (21 min.) -- Folding hat / John Baldessari (1970) (11 min.) -- How's tricks / Lynda Benglis and Stanton Kaye (1976) (34 min.) -- What you look at / Robert Biggs (1976) (1 min.) -- TV tapes / Chris Burden (1973-1976) (5 min.) -- Jealousy / Antoinette DeJong (1976) (8 min.) -- Right (1976) (14 min.) ; Free (1976) (10 min.) / John Duncan -- Dreaming of Encinada (1976) (6 min.) ; Outreach: telephone, whistles, Kong (1976) (15 min.) / Neil Goldstein -- Up yer bum with a Bengal lancer / Harry Kipper (1976) (26 min.) -- Learn where the meat comes from / Suzanne Lacy (1976) (15 min.) -- Unfinished autobiography / Jay McCafferty (1971-1976) (25 min.) -- Razor necklace (1975-1976) (1 min.) ; Hat with a veil (1975-1976) (3 min.) ; An illustrated story (1975-1976) (4 min.) ; The way underpants really are (1975-1976) (1 min.) ; The toast of Alabama (1975-1976) (2 min.) ; Smokey Joe and the devil (1975-1976) (2 min.) ; Smokey Joe and the devil (tracks of my tears) (1975-1976) (1 min.) ; If the sun landed in my corral (1975-1976) (2 min.) ; Dear (Abby) (1975-1976) (3 min.) / Cynthia Maughan -- Big tip (1976) (4 min.) ; Back up (1976) (2 min.) ; Shut out (1976) (5 min.) / Susan Mogul -- 3D human instrument (1976) (17 min.) ; Ultimate future (1976) (16 min.) / Michael Portis.
The Southland video anthology, part II, is the second of a five part exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from Oct 23, 1976 to Jan 9, 1977. Part II of the Southland video anthology series features the work of 19 artists who are primarily concerned with using TV in relation to various aspects of performance art. This exhibition presents an overview of the videotaped performance activities that took place in Los Angeles during the 1970s. Title from label. Summary from associated documentation in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series II.CMalG The following works were presented in the exhibition but are missing from the Archive: Erasers / Antoinette Dejong (1976) (19 min.) -- Voyages: a duet / Gary Lloyd (1976) (13 min.) -- Sailor's meat / Paul McCarthy (1975) ( 30 min.).CMalG
item VE93a-k

Art of music video : ten years after; [exhibition curated by Michael Nash and Kim Harlan Tassie], 1991

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tapes 1-2: Program 1.Tapes 3-4: Program 2.Tapes 5-6: Program 3.Tapes 7-8: Program 4.Tapes 9-11: Program 5.
This video art exhibition was organized by Michael Nash and Kim Harlan Tassie and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art in August 1991. This five-part exhibition examined music video as an art form, focusing on MTV's political and cultural impact. Program 1. The MTV decade: Pre(MTV)visions; 1981; MTV: the art of self-promotion; Music video as art: a chronology of trend-encies. Program 2. Music video and the politic of dancing: This is the news; Rap: fashioning resistance; Music video and world order, old and new; Sex sales and gender politics; Music video and AIDS awareness: red, hot + blue. Program 3. 20th century musical visions: Oskar Fischinger tribute; Soundies: the original film jukebox; Snader TELEscriptions: the first televised music shorts; Scopitones: a stylistic survey; Scopitones and sexual representation; experimental film visionaries. Program 4. Notes from the underground: Declarations of independents; Sense of place; Twisted toons; Tales from the dark side; H-Gun productions. Program 5. Artists' advertisement alternatives: Video/music: cutting-edge collaborations; Back to the future: tele-visual music; Guerilla music television; Intermedia-ries. Title from label.
item VE80a-e

Sugar 'n' spice ; [exhibition curated by Noriko Gamblin and Carole Ann Klonarides], 1993

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tape 1.Diderot and the last luminare: waiting for the Enlightment (a revised encyclopedia)(32:00) --Displayed termination: the interval between deaths (25:00) /Erika Suderburg.Tape 2.Memory inversion (Los Angeles)(16:30) -- Portable Western life stories(14:00) /Erika Suderburg.Tape 3.Bird of paradise(10:30) --Amazing grace trilogy(7:00) --Let me (entertain you)(9:00) /Hilja Keading.Tape 4.The swimmer(0:05) --Steps (with the Joffrey Ballet)(2:30) --The Catherine wheel (with Twyla Tharp; excerpts)(2:05) --Will powers/adventures in success(3:45) --Smile(3:50) --Theme of secrets (excerpts)(1:15) --Palladium opening(2:15) --Musique non stop(4:10) --Steady state(4:00) --Mugra (Rebecca Allen and La Fura dels Baus)(7:00) -- Fire and air/water and earth(0:30) --Openings for the Spanish Pavilion/World Expo '92(0:15) --Point of departure(2:30) --Laberint(2:30) -- Office workers (in collaboration with Nam June Paik)(2:15) /Rebecca Allen.Tape 5.Little excesses, other people's diaries(16:19) --Hot pants(13:00) --Beautiful thing (6:42) --Teasers(10:36) /Jean Rasenberger.
This video art exhibition was organized by Noriko Gamblin and Carole Ann Klonarides and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from February through May 1993. Video works by Judie Bamber, Sharon Ellis, Jacci Den Hartog, Lauren Lesko, Laura Parker, Jennifer Steinkamp, Diana Thater, Anne Walsh, Pae White were also shown in the exhibition but are not included on these videos.CMalG Title from label.
item VE6a-f

Americans in Florence/Europeans in Florence ; ,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Program A:1.Morir d'amore ;No title /Urs Lüthi(1974)(16 min.) -- 2.Theme song /Vito Acconci(1974)(30 min.).Program B:1.Merlo /Joan Jonas(1974)(16 min.) --2.Then /Allan Kaprow(1974) (25 min.) --3.Vitex agnus castus /Joseph Beuys(1972)(12 min.).Program C:1.Body music I ;Body music II /Charlemagne Palestine(1973-1974)(20 min.) --2.Stay tuned /Alberto Pirelli(1974) (10 min.) --3.Three Tuscan fields and the birds of Madagascar /Frank Gillette(1974)(ca. 30 min.).Program D:1.Limite E ;Limite B /Jean Otth(1973)(16 min.) --2.Queen of the south /Alvin Lucier(1974)(30 min.) --3.Unisono /Giulio Paolini(1974)(2 min.).Program E:1.No title /Jannis Kounellis(1973 or 1974)(25 min.) --2.Instant breakfast ;Olfaction ;Recycle ;Cycles /Bill Viola(1973- 1974)(ca. 13 min.).Program F:1.Suono /Giuseppe Chiari(1974)(17 min.) --2. No title /Pierpaolo Calzolari(1973)(20 min.).
This exhibition surveyed work by American and European artists produced by the renowned video gallery Art/Tapes/22 in Florence, Italy. The exhibition was curated by David Ross and Maria Gloria Bicocchi and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from Jan. 12-Feb. 16, 1975. Two works discussed in the exhibition catalog are missing from these exhibition tapes: The Florence Tape by John Baldessari and Video Souvenir by Daniel Buren. Founded in Florence by Bicocchi in 1973, Art/Tapes/22 operated for three years as Europe's first video art production and distribution studio, with an international residency program for artists. Title from label.
item VE4, VE5

30/60 TV art ; , 1980

Scope and Content Note

Contents: 1.TV is OK /Ilene Segalove --2.Silk /Hildegarde Duane --3.Ex-claim /Alba Cané --4 .Love lines /Bruce & Norman Yonemoto --5.Human choir /John Duncan --6.Feel /Ante Bozanich --7.These creatures /Nancy Buchanan --8. Fan club /Peter Ivers --9.Watch it, think it /Mitchell Syrop.
Inspired and influenced by an aesthetic commentary on television, these nine 30- and 60-second video artworks were compiled for the Long Beach Museum of Art exhibition, 30/60 TV Art, Feb. 6-Mar. 9, 1980. With the exception of Mitchell Syrop's piece, which was broadcast on television in 1979, all of the works in the compilation were commissioned for the exhibition by the Long Beach Museum of Art. Title from label. Copyright: unverified.
item VE94a-b

Beauty's plea : Gifts to the community; exhibition curated by Hal Nelson,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Calamity Jane (an innovative documentary) (27:12) / Linda Brown -- Angels gate (5:00) / Bill Viola -- Nine fish (22:00) / Kip Fulbeck -- I saw Jesus in a tortilla (3:35) / Jeanne C. Finley -- Everyday echo street: A summer diary (32:00) / Susan Mogul -- Unknown soldier (12:00) / Lisa Raymond.
This video art exhibition was curated by Hal Nelson with video selected by Martin Betz and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from December 1996 through April 1997. Title from label.
item VE11a-d, VE12a-d

The call personal insights on the Middle East and North Africa; curated by Carole Ann Klonarides, 1992

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tape 1.Chronicles of Morocco, 1971-1972 /Michel Auder(27 min.) --Once you've shot the gun, you can't stop the bullet /Jayce Salloum(7 min.) --Nomadics /Ulysses Jenkins(13 min.) --Voices of the morning (work in progress) /Meena Nanji(10 min.).Tape 2.Measures of distance /Mona Hatoum(15 min.) --Women in black /Marie- Helene Cousineau(26 min.).Tape 3.ID /Chris Robbins(14 min.) --Intifada /Elia Suleiman and Jayce Salloum (45 min.).Tape 4.State of danger /Haim Bresheeth and Jenny Morgan(28 min.).
Video exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Feb 23-Apr 19, 1992. Title from label.
item VE75a-d

Southland video anthology II ; curated by David Ross,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Part 1. The caulifllower alley tapes / Lowell Darling and Ilene Segalove (1976) (50 min.).Part 2. The cauliflower alley tapes: the motion picture / Lowell Darling and Ilene Segalove (1976) (20 min.).The cauliflower alley club song / Lowell Darling and Ilene Segalove (1976) (2 min.).
Part three of the Southland video anthology was held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from Jan 29 - Mar 13, 1977, and exhibited the work of two Los Angeles artists, Lowell Darling and Ilene Segalove. This tape presents video portraits of members of the Hollywood Cauliflower Alley Club, an association of retired and active professional wrestlers and boxers. The featured champions and contenders, who have also appeared as "heavies" in countless detective and gangster movies, remember the "fight game," their Hollywood stories, and their lives in general. Title from label.
item VE87a-q, VE88a, VE88g

Diaries ; [exhibition curated by Carol Ann Klonarides], 1993

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tape 1.Voyage to the center of the phone linesPart 1 /Michel Auder.Tape 2.The Roman variation /Michel Auder --Confessions of a chameleon /Lynn Hershman.Tape 3.Chronicles/family diariesChapter 1 /Michel Auder -- A place called lovely /Sadie Benning.Tape 4.Chronicles/family diariesChapter 2 /Michel Auder.Tape 5.Chronicles/family diariesChapter 3 /Michel Auder --Precious products /George Kuchar.Tape 6.Brooding angles: made for R.L. --Chronicles/family diariesChapter 7 /Michel Auder.Tape 7.A new year --Living inside --Me and rubyfruite --If every girl had a diary --Jollies --It wasn't love /Sadie Benning.Tape 8.A place called lovely /Sadie Benning -- Chronicles/magnetic notes86-87 /Michel Auder.Tape 9.The electronic diaries (no credits)Tape missing.(Confessions of a chameleon, Binge, First person plural) /Lynn Hershman.Tape 10.The electronic diaries (with credits) (Confessions of a chameleon, Binge, First person plural) /Lynn Hershman.Tape 12.Weather diary 1Part 2 /George Kuchar --Shadow's song /Lynn Hershman.Tape 13.Weather diary 3 --Rainy season /George Kuchar.Tape 14.Video Album #3 --Going nowhere /George Kuchar.Tape 15.Video Album #5/The Thursday people /George Kuchar.Tape 16.Graffiti junction --Pilgrimage /George Kuchar.Tape 17.Cult of the cubicles --Low light life /George Kuchar.
This video art exhibition was organized by Carol Ann Klonarides and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from August through November 1993. Tape 09 is empty. A wrong tape was inside the case.CMalG Tapes 1 and 7 have an extra copy: VE88a, VE88g.CMalG Title from label.
item VE91a-l, VE92a-u

Intelligent ambience / ; curated by Carole Ann Klonarides and Kathy Rae Huffman,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Interim: Reasons for knocking at an empty house (19:11) / Bill Viola -- Darling child (1:54) / Tom Kalin -- Getting in (2:47) / Shelly Silver -- The in- between (12:00) / MICA-TV -- Strange space (3:00) / Leslie Thornton & Ron Vawter -- Essa coisa nervosa (this nervous thing) (15:26) / Eder Santos -- Brooding angeles: made for R.L. (6:00) / Michel Auder -- Staircase (16:00) / Jasna Hribernik -- Solstice d'hiver (60:00) / Gary Hill.Interference: Rogue transmissions (1:00) / Therese Svoboda -- Radio image (6:00) / John Goff -- Surveiller, a text in two bodies (13:00) / Eric M. Freedman -- Gasp (13:00) / Diane Nerwen & Les LeVeque -- Utopia (5:00) / Max Almy &Teri Yarbrow -- In the land of the elevator girls (4:00) / Steina & Woody Vasulka -- The media cage (9:00) / Les Levine -- Staking a claim in cyberspace (30:00) / Paper Tiger TV -- Stupa (60:00) / Ken Kobland.Interstitial: Going nowhere fast (10:00) / Anna Steininger -- Cascade/Vertical landscapes (6:30) / MICA-TV -- Trim subdivisions (6:00) / Bob Snyder -- Inside (4:20) / Van McElwee -- Things I forget to tell myself (1:50) / Shelly Silver -- Angel's gate (4:50) / Bill Viola -- NOX: soft city (5:00) / Lars Spuybroek & Maurice Nio -- Arheus (god's whip) (7:45) / Srečo Dragan -- A / B (8:08) / Betty Spackman & Anja Westerfrölke -- Swimmingpool library (25:00) / Herman Verkerk -- Journey to the center of the phone line (a work in progress) (60:00) / Michel Auder.Intervention: Joyride (14:23) / Tony Oursler & Constance DeJong -- Time squared (7:00) / Brenda Miller -- Sur del sur (16:24) / Francesc Torres -- Urban Episodes (8:50) / Steina Vasulka -- American dream #7: the price is wrong (13:00) / Nancy Buchanan -- As is (14:05) / Edin Velez -- Banham/Davis excerpt (8:00) / Bruce Yonemoto, Melissa Totten, Ed. de la Torre -- Travelogue four: coming from the wrong side (56:00) / Stefaan Decostere.
This video art exhibition was organized by Carole Ann Klonarides and Kathy Rae Huffman and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from December 1994 through February 1995. The video art works were divided into four categories: Interim: within and beyond confinement; Interference: the invisible matrix; Interstitial: between what is (seen); and Intervention: the tactical tourist. Title from label.
item VE76a-o, VA78

Southland video anthology II ; curated by David Ross,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Art bar blues (1976) (4 min.) ; Conceptual art (1976) (3 min.) / Alan Ackoff -- Very soon you will (1976) (28 min.) -- The room, part 1 (1977) (24 min.) -- Pease porridge (1976) (7min.) ; Mudpool (1976) (8 min.) / Rabyn Blake -- The woman from Malibu (1976-1977) (10 min.) ; The temperature in Lima (1976) (10 min.) ; Culver City limits (1976) (10 min.) / Colin Campbell -- Ethiopia / Guy de Cointet and Bob Wilhite (1977) (10 min.) -- Water log II (1976) (3 min.) ; TAT a family portrait (1977) (6 min.) ; China white (1977) (2 min.) / Joel W. Hermann -- Private parts / Allan Kaprow (1977) (17 min.) -- Walnut Street, Newhall, CA (1976) (20 min.) ; Blue and yellow (1976) (5 min.) ; Caution: men working (1976-1977) (3 min.) / Peter Kirby -- The hand / David Lamelas (1976) (35 min.) -- Rain or shine / William Leavitt (1977) (22 min.) -- Valentine portraits / Joan Logue (1977) (7 min.) -- More or less related incidents in recent history / Ira Schneider (1976) (41 min.) -- Atlanta, Georgia / Cold Springs Harbor, Long Island / Lisa Steele (1977) (35 min.).
The Southland video anthology, part four, is the fourth of a five-part exhibition held at the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (LAICA) from May to July, 1977. Part four of the Anthology series features work that is primarily performance oriented, with the exceptions of works by Joel Hermann, Peter Kirby and Rabyn Blake. Some artists performed their own works, while others directed actors in scripted performances. This was the first part of the series to be exhibited outside the Long Beach Museum of Art galleries. Title from label. Summary from associated documentation in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series II.CMalG The followings works were presented in the exhibition, but are missing from the Archive: Untitled image poem (1976) (7 min.) ; Fantasies of revlon boys (1976) (6 min.) ; Bag breaths (1976) (6 min. ) / Rodger Klein -- Gray hairs (1976) (5 min.) ; Selected works, reel 7 (1976-1977) (18 min.) / William Wegman.CMalG
item VE81a-d

The artist and the computer; [exhibition curated by Kathy Huffman], 1983

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tape 1.Chrysalis(23:00) /Charles Barnett --Artist in the lab (excerpt from Nova series)(18:00) /WGBH with Lance Williams, David Em, James Blinn --See video : you too can have a successful marriage(18:00) /John Caldwell.Tape 2.Sample reel(10:00) /Information international --The tactical edge(excerpt) (10:00) /Evans & Sutherland Co. --Data network(12:00) /Bernd Kracke --Electroencephalographic video drawing(10:00) /Nina Sobel with Chris Matthews --Technical demo(11:16) /Evans & Sutherland Co.Tape3.Sunstone(3:00) /Ed Emshwiller--Montana(3:38) /Jane Veeder --Arabesque(6:00) /John Whitney, Sr. --Aurora systems(2:48) /Jo Ann Gillerman --Progeny(17:00) /Steina and Woody Vasulka --Digital reflections(4:50) /Frank Dietrich, John Goss, Debbie Gorchos --Spiral 5 P.T.L.(6:30) /Dan Sandin, Tom DeFanti, Mimi Shevitz --Snake, rattle & roll(2:17) /Frank Deitrich, Zsusza Molnar --Tempest (4:00) /WTV, Dean Winkler, Tom DeWitt, Vibeke Sorensen) --Voodoo Child(6:55) /Stephen Beck.Tape 4.Carla's Island(4:26) /Nelson Max --Herbie Hancock(4:06) /Howard Gutstadt --Apple graphics demo reel (5:39) /Saul Bernstein --Ms. Muffett(2:39) /Bill and Louise Etra, Lou Katz --Subway (3:00) /Mark Lindquist --Quick tour(7:00) /Howard Ganz, David Megill --War with Russia (2:00) /Linda Cossey --No time (aniputer) (7:30) /Kou Nakajima --Swimmer(7:00) /Pat Kelley --Intuition(5:00) /Sheila Pinkel.
This video art exhibition was organized by Kathy Huffman and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art in 1983. Title from label.
item VE1a-b, VE2a-b, VE3a- b, VE99a-b

Framed ; ,

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Contents:
This two-part video component of Bruce and Norman Yonemoto's installation, Framed, was created for exhibition at the Long Beach Museum of Art, March 19-April 23, 1989. One tape is composed of U.S. government footage of Japanese-American internment camps during World War II. Commissioned by the War Relocation Authority, these clips represent the camps as idyllic communities in leisurely settings where serene prisoners danced, sang in choirs, attended classes and tended gardens. Director's slates and re-takes remind the viewer that the performances are staged, or "framed." More explicit signs of confinement appear toward the end, including barbed wire, posted visiting hours, and a guard shouldering a rifle. The second tape is a slide show of enlarged and fragmented frames from the same government-sponsored films. In these close-up stills, the faces appear pained and distorted. Made almost fifty years after President Roosevelt authorized the Japanese-American internment and one year after President Reagan signed an official apology on behalf of the U.S. government, the Yonemotos' installation engaged and implicated viewers in an examination of the construction of history and memory. Four visitors at a time passed through a black curtain into a narrow corridor where they saw themselves in a mirror. The lights dimmed, the mirror became a window, and the slide show was projected onto a scrim on the other side. Then, behind the scrim, a video monitor simultaneously played the WRA footage from which the slides were taken. The title refers to various meanings of the word "frame": to frame pictorially, to frame for a crime, and to frame history and memory according to ideological biases. Related materials from the Yonemotos' original installation, including drawings and equipment, are included in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series II.CMalG Title from label. Copyright: unverified.
item VE86a

Excerpts from New California video ; , 1990

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Open Channels I.Television believers(26:00) /Aron Ranen --Open Channels II.Mayami: between cut and action(13:54) /Tony Labat --Open Channels III.Quickening(15:00) /Donna Matorin --Open Channels IV.Blinky(15:00) /Bruce and Norman Yonemoto and Jeffrey Vallance --Open Channels V.Remember flavor(10:00) /Paul Tassie.
These excerpts were taken from New California video: a five-year survey of the Long Beach Museum of Art's Open Channels Television Production Grant Program, 1985-1989. Title from label.
item VE89a-d, VE90a- d

Triply split subject bound 2 part; [exhibition curated by Kenneth Kirby], 1991

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Contents: Tape 1.Trailer for the celestial child(3:14) /Daniel Minahan --The dinner hour(4:30) /Alfonzo Moret --The bus stops here (3 case histories)(27:00) /Julie Zando & Jo Anstey --Glamazon: the Barbara Lemay story(15:00) /Richard Glatzer.Tape 2.Involuntary conversation(9:15) /Jeanne C. Finley --AIDS interventions(1:20) /Gang --Anthem(8:00) /Marion Riggs --Social studies II: the academy(18:00) /Lyn Blumenthal --Her signal(6:00) /Marjorie Franklin.Tape 3.History and memory: for Akiko and Takashige(32:00) /Rea Tajiri.Tape 4.King anthracite: the rock man(28:00) /Stashu Kybartas -- Traveling at night(12:00) /Chris Kraus.
This video art exhibition was organized by Kenneth Kirby and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from September through November 1991. Title from label.
item VE78a-b, VE79a- b

Reconstructed Realms recent acquisitions of Long Beach Museum of Art's video collection ; [exhibition curated by Michael Nash], 1989

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Tape 1.Cascade: vertical landscape(6:28) /MICA-TV (Carole Ann Klonarides and Michael Owen) --Hard and flexible music(5:30) /Bob Snyder --Hitchcock trilogy: Vertigo, Psycho and Torn curtain(13:30) /Rea Tajiri --Berlin: tourist journal(18:50) /Ken Kobland --Peggy and Fred in Kansas (11:00) /Leslie Thornton.Tape 2.Art of Memory(36:00) /Woody Vasulka.
This video art exhibition was organized by Michael Nash and held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from August through September 1989. The video "Two channel music tape: spring/fall" by Paul Garrin and Nam June Paik was also selected for the exhibition but is not included on these videos.CMalG Title from label.
item VE77a-g, VA82, VA405

Southland video anthology II ; curated by David Ross,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: What you look at (1976) (1 min.) ; Robert Biggs is Robert Biggs (1977) (2 min.) / Robert Biggs -- True tales: a true/false test (7 min.) ; Rear end (2 min.) ; Making claims (10 min.) ; TV types (3 min.) ; Friend Bill (5 min.) ; The truth about the matter is (5 min.) ; Busy color (3 min.) ; The lie I tell myself (4 min.) ; Media coverage (4 min.) / Kevin Boyle -- Nixon in exile / Elon Soltes (1975-1976) (17 min.) -- Doubt / Ronald D. Clark (1975) (21 min.) -- The dictator / Hildegarde Duane and David Lamelas (1977) (15 min.) -- The hand / David Lamelas (1977) (37 min.) -- Female (1974) (18 min.) ; East Squantum Street puddle (1975) (15 min.) ; Second generation conceptual artist (1974) (11 min.) ; Airplanes (1977) (20 min.) / Douglas Huebler and Stephanie Weinschel -- Water paintings / Celia Shapiro (1977) (60 min.) -- Half- forgotten and not yet known (1977) (13 min.) ; Michael (1977) (7 min.) ; Rock piece (1977) (2 min.) ; Space rhythms (1977) (9 min.) / Judith Corona -- With love from a to b / Nancy Buchanan and Barbara Smith (1977) (9 min.).
The Southland video anthology, part V, is the final chapter of a five part exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from Nov 15, 1977-Jan 17, 1978. The works featured in part V of the Anthology include abstract video works, television as sculpture, scripted dramas, and videos produced for commercial television broadcast. Title from label. Summary from associated documentation in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series II.CMalG
item VE24a-k

Dentro Brazil ; curated by Carole Ann Klonarides ; Bruce Yonemoto, guest curator, 1995

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Contents: Tape 1. 1. Diastole (1994) ; Dante / Inês Cardoso (1994) (7 min.) -- 2. Pirotecnico zacarias / Rodolfo Magalhães (7 min.) -- 3. Ponto zero / Patricia Moran (6 min.) -- 4. Love stories / Lucas Bambozzi (1992) (7 min. ) -- 5. Historias do catete / Marcello Dantas (1995) (6 min.) -- 6. Brasiconoscopio / Mauro Guintini (1990) (16 min.).Tape 2. 7. What do you think people think Brazil is? / Sandra Kogut (1990) (6 min.) -- 8. Poetry is just one or two lines and behind there is a huge landscape / João Moreira Salles (9 min.) -- 9. Equator / Flavio Ribeiro (23 min) -- 10. Duvideo / Renato Barbieri and Clovis Aidar (1987) (8 min.) -- 11. A cartillia de instrugoes basicas para o uso do peso / Eduardo De Jesus and Claudio Santos (4 min.) -- 16. The profound silence of still lives / Rafael França (1988) (8 min.).Tape 3. 12. David against Goliath ; Brazil cain / Aurelio Michiles [1992] (13 min.) -- 13. Deus come-se / Luis Duva (10 min.) -- 15. The spirit of TV / Vincent Carelli (1990) (18 min.) -- Free-for-all in Sararé [fragment] / Vincent Carelli (4 min.) -- 18. Aquatinta / Simone Michelin (12 min.).Tape 4. 18. Circa 3' (1994) (4 min.) ; 14. O nervo de Prata (20 mn.) ; As ferias do investigador (16 min.) / Arthur Omar -- 17. Video cannibalism / Vincent Carelli (1995) (17 min.).Tape 5. 19. The doll of the mad woman / Sonia Paiva (8 min.) -- 23. Herios da dencadenia / Tadeu Jungle (1987) (36 min.) -- 28. Brasileiro / Renata Vasconcellos (10 min.).Tape 6. 20. Angola ; Ten little Indians / Roberto Berliner (60 min.).Tape 7. 21. O peso da informacao (5 min.) ; Misteriso da Floresta (7 min.) ; Na paisegem do lado excuro da lua (12 min.) ; Zoeca (29 min.) / Fabio Carvalho.Tape 8. 22. Episode 1 ; Episode 2 / Marcelo Tas (60 min.).Tape 9. 24. The serial kisser / Carlos Nader (1992) (29 min.) -- 27. The other side of your home / Renato Barbieri, Paulo Morelli, Marcelo Machado (19 min.).Tape 10. 25. Caipira in / Roberto Sandoval, Tadeu Jungle, Walter Silveira (1987) (43 min.).Tape 11. 26. Fuck the Pope (1990-1994) (1 min.) ; Nature knows no shame / Flavio Ribeiro (1990-1994) (36 min.).
Dentro Brazil was a video art exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from September 2 to November 19, 1995. Title from label. Non-sequential numbers on tapes correspond to numbers on original containers.
item VE21a-d, VE22a-d

Virgin territories ; , 1992

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Program 1.Columbus go home /Christopher Toussaint --Columbus /Joseph Briganti --Headhunters /Terese Svoboda.Program 2.Behold the promised land /Ardele Lister --Natives /Jesse Lerner and Scott Sterling -- How to read Macho Mouse /Aaron Anish and Ruben Ortiz.Program 3.Take five /KCET Arts and Culture --Picturing Oriental girls /Valerie Soe --Espejo /Frances Solome Espana --Sometimes a cigar is only a cigar /Victoria Vesna --Little house that I live /Joseph S. Santarromana.Program 4.Ahistory /Bruce and Norman Yonemoto --Blown up /Angela Melitopoulos --Two faces of one room /Victor Masayesva --Transgressions /Dara Birnbaum --Amnesia /Beth B. -- Paradigm shift /Philip Mallory Jones --Never one without the other /Benoit Carre --Tale of two cities /Nam June Paik and Paul Garrin --Wanderer's nightsong /Michel Chion --Europe feed back day dream /Patrick de Geetere and Cathy Wagner --Fire! The memory /Pierre Lobstein --Happy new order /Canal Dechaine --Circular rituals /Nil Yalter --Nation /Tom Kalin.
Video art exhibition at the Long Beach Museum of Art in September 1992. Title from label.
item VE26a-f

French video art/video art français ; ,

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Contents: Tape 1.Introduction --Variations --Pixilations -- Portraits --Feedback I --Reveries d'une camera --Woven woman --3 min 12 sec -Cible --Telepathy /Roland Baladi(1975) (16 min.).Tape 2.Le multiple roi /Claude Torey(1979) (15 min.) --Guerre et révolution /François Helt and Chris Marker(1977) (16 min.) --Swimmer /Suzanne Nessim, Teresa Wennberg(1978) (22 min.) --Sans Titre /Slobodan Pajic(1977) (10 min.).Tape 3.Surfaces, surfaces /Pierre Rovère(1979) (12 min.) -- Feeling /Hervé Nisic(1979) (5 min.) -- A treat /Hervé Nisic(1979) (12 min.) -- Métro /Hervé Nisic(1979) (4 min.) -- Périphérique /Patrick Prado(1979) (12 min.) --Quadra /Catherine Ikam --Niagara Falls /Catherine Ikam(1979) (12 min).Tape 4.Trompe l'oil /Robert Cahen(1979) (6 min.) --L'éclipse /Robert Cahen(1979) (3 min.) --Horizontales couleurs /Robert Cahen(1979) (11 min.) --Still /Thierry Kuntzel(1979) (25 min.).Tape 5.Memory /Dominique Belloir(1979) (18 min.) --Changement de climat /Roman Cieslewicz(1979) (25 min.) --Alphabet du sourire /Olivier Debré(1979) (14 min.).Tape 6.La fée des croisées /Collette Deblé(1980) (23 min.) --Métro couronnes /François Pain(1977) (13 min.) --Rahime, femme kurde de Turquie /Nicole Croiset and Nil Yalter(1979) (23 min.).
French video art was an exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art in March 1981. Title from label. "Haleakala and Company"--Container label.CMalG
item VE28-VE72, VA533

Southland video anthology ; curated by David Ross,

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Contents:
The anthology presents a collection of videotapes produced in Southern California from 1968 to 1975, and consists of approximately 30 hours of work by 65 artists, including Eleanor Antin, John Baldessari, Chris Burden, Martha Rosler, David Salle, Michael Scroggins, Ilene Segalove, and Nina Sobel. The exhibition highlighted the art work produced using the tools of television production and some of the works were broadcasted directly on cable television. There are several works that were presented at the exhibition, but are missing from the Archive at the Getty Research Institute. Those works are indicated at the end of the contents list. Title from label. Summary from associated documentation in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series II.CMalG
item VE95, VE96, VE97, VE98

New visions : video 1997; ,

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Beyond Asiaphelia / Valeria Soe -- Myth(s) of creation / Ming-Yuen Ma -- Poodle/west / Cynthia Stahl.
This video art exhibition was a juried show by jurors Martin Betz and Sally Jo Fifer held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from May through August 1997. Title from label. One copy (tape VE98) contains exhibition excerpts.
item VE9a-k, VE10a-k

The first generation women and video 1970-75; JoAnn Hanley, guest curator, 1994

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Contents: Program 1.Tee pee video space troupe /Shirley Clarke(1970-1973) (32 min.) --Art herstory /Hermine Freed(1974) (20 min.) --Ballerina and the bum /Eleanor Antin(1974) (52 min.) --Water glasses /Hermine Freed(1972) (4 min.).Program 2.Lost Lascaux bull /Beryl Korot(1973) (6 min.) --Invision /Beryl Korot(1973) (9 min.) --Budding gourmet /Martha Rosler(1974) (17 min.) --Semiotics of the kitchen /Martha Rosler(1975) (6 min.) --TV is OK /Ilene Segalove(1976) (1 min.) --Advice from Mom /Ilene Segalove(1973) (3 min.) -- Professional retirement home /Ilene Segalove(1975) (8 min.) --Coal confession /Ilene Segalove(1973) (3 min.) --Red shoes /Ilene Segalove(1975) (1 min.) --Politics of intimacy /Julie Gustafson(1974) (53 min.).Program 3.Raumsehen und Raumhoren /Valie Export(1974) (20 min.) -- Mumble /Lynda Benglis(1972) (20 min.) -- Statement in portrait /Anna Bella Geiger(1974)(7 min.) -- Passages /Anna Bella Geiger(1974) (10 min.) -- "Trial of Anne Opie Wehrer" by Robert Ashley /Mary Lucier(1974) (52 min.).Program 4.Dance nine /Doris Chase(1973-1974) (8 min.) --Dance eleven /Doris Chase(1975) (11 min.) --Video girls and video songs for Navajo skies /Shigeko Kubota(1973) (27 min.) -- Geography /Barbara Buckner(1973) (3 min.) -- Moebius /Barbara Buckner(1974) (4 min.) -- Duo sangue /Barbara Buckner(1975) (3 min.) --Very personal story /Lisa Steele(1974) (20 min.) --Facing south /Lisa Steele(1975) (22 min.) --What a woman made /Mako Idemitsu (1973) (11 min.).Program 5.Violin power /Steina(1969-1978) (10 min.) --Orbital obsessions /Steina(1974-1978) (24 min.) -- Vertical roll /Joan Jonas(1972) (20 min.) -- Underscan /Nancy Holt(1974) (8 min.) -- Being women in jaban /Kyoko Michishita(1973- 1974) (30 min.) --Madonnas of the flowers /Ulrike Rosenbach(1975) (8 min.) --Don't believe I am an Amazon /Ulrike Rosenbach(1975) (11 min.).
Exhibition held at Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, Calif., June 5-Aug. 21, 1994. Title from label.
item VE13a-b, VE14a-b, VE15a-b

Icono Negro the black aesthetic in video art; Philip Mallory Jones, guest curator, 1989

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Contents: Program 1.Blue for you /Peter Harvey(1988) (14 min.) --Thulani /Doris Chase(1983) (8 min.) -- Freedom /Johanna Sophia(1988) (15 min.) -- Pivete /Geraldo Mello, Julia Meirelles, Caio Magri and Lucila Meirelles(1987) (6 min.).Program 2.Black celebration /Tony Cokes(1988) (17 min.) --An I for an I /Lawrence Andrews(1988) (18 min.) --Christmas with La Volcanita /Carlos de Jesus(1988) (4 min.) --What goes around, comes around /Philip Mallory Jones(1986) (3 min.).
Exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Jun 24-Jul 23, 1989. Title from label.
item VE73a-VE73g, VW158

Southland video anthology II ; curated by David Ross,

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Contents: The adventures of a nurse / Eleanor Antin (1976) (2 min.) -- Silver star (1976) (9 min.) ; Transformations/diamond red (1976) (32 min.) / Peter Barton -- Outdated autobiography (1976) (6 min.) ; Lacks Parallax (1976) (3 min.) / Robert Cumming -- Hail to the chief (1976) (5 min.) ; Variations on manifest destiny (1976) (24 min.) / Charles Frazier -- A tale of two dreamers / Alexis Smith (1976) (5 min.) -- Shapes from the bone change (1975) (5 min.) ; The two of triangles (1975) (3 min.) ; 2 aspects (1976) (4 min.) / John Sturgeon.
The Southland video anthology, part one, is the first of a five-part exhibition held at the Long Beach Museum of Art from September to October, 1976. Part one of the Southland video anthology series features the work of seven artists who use video art to explore the ideas of what is real and what is "seen on T.V." Title from label. The following work was included in the exhibition, but is missing from the Archive: Color as sculpture / Billy Adler (1976) (20 min.).CMalG
item VE7a-b, VE8a-b

Lost and found from the archive in the little house on the bluff; curated by Juan Guardiola, 1994

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Contents: program 1.Let the show begin --program 2.And now a word from our sponsor --program 3.Let us now praise famous men --epilogue.And the band played on.
This exhibition of video art organized by Juan Guardiola was held at the Long Beach Museum of Art in September 1994. Title from label.
item VE25a-c

The artist and television ; , 1982

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Contents: Tape 1. Interviews with curators -- Paul McMan singing "Flattering the Flatterer" -- Shalom Gorewitz, " El Corandoer Spain 1979" -- Louis Grenier, "Pass Debris" -- John Sanborn and Kit Fitzgerald, "Static" and Don't Ask" -- excerpt from Jaime Davidovich, "The Live Show 1982" -- List of cities involved.Tape 2. Interviews with media critics -- Pat Ivers and Emily Armstrong, "Ballistic Kisses" -- A short Laurie Anderson video -- Eric Bogosian, excerpts from "Men in Dark Times" -- L.A. and Iowa City interactive satellite piece -- John Reilly speaks -- List of cities carrying program -- Moral Majority sings Stairway to Heaven.Tape 3. Pierre Marton's "Telepathos" -- N.Y., L.A., Iowa City satellite interactive TV -- Peter Ivers and Advance Artists -- Wolf Kahen Performance -- L.A., N.Y. interactive satellite performance, Mike Kelley and Mike Smith -- Ilene Segalove video, "What is Business?" -- Chris Burden performance in Los Angeles -- Closing credits include detailed information on production.
The Artist and Television was a live interactive teleconference that took place in Iowa City, Los Angeles and New York City from 21-23 October 1982. Artists, museum curators, critics, and performers in all three cities interacted with one another via satellite, conducting interviews and presenting live art and musical performances. This event was broadcast nationwide through the American Television and Communications Corporation and ACSN (The Learning Channel). The issues discussed at the teleconference include video as a legitimate art medium, and the accessibility of broadcast television as a venue for artists. The event was made possible through the collaboration of the Long Beach Museum of Art, University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Iowa. Title from label. Summary based on associated documentation in the Long Beach Museum of Art Video Archive, Series II.CMalG
item VE16a-c, VE17a-c, VE18a-c

Video poetics contemporary survey; curated by Michael Nash, 1990

Scope and Content Note

Contents: Damnation of Faust /Dara Birnbaum(1987) --Hole /Ante Bozanich(1990) --Just hold still /Jem Cohen(1989) --After the storm /Shalom Gorewitz(1988) --Site recite (a prologue) /Gary Hill(1989) --Televised texts /Jenny Holzer(1989-1990) -- This and that (part two) /Scott Rankin(1987-1990) --Sombra a sombra /Daniel Reeves(1988) --Things I forget to tell myself /Shelley Silver(1988) --Voice windows /Steina(1986).
Video art exhibition at the Long Beach Museum of Art from May 13-June 17, 1990. Title from label. Contents from exhibition catalog.
 

Series VIII. Grant and cable program videos 1983-1993, undated

Physical Description: 18 Linear Feet (14 boxes (237 tapes))

Scope and Content Note

Series comprises 237 videotapes that document the grant and cable programs produced by LBMA between 1983 and 1993. On August 9, 1983, the Regional Media Art Center program of LBMA launched its pilot series Shared Realities, which featured weekly programs cablecast two days a week. Videos produced at the LBMA media center were augmented by video documentation and interviews with artists.
In 1985, LBMA entered a cooperative venture with the California cable industry and developed Open Channels, a television production grant program for regional video artists. LBMA restructured its programming for television under the title Open Channels in order to reflect its objective as both a production grant program and weekly cable series.
The works produced as part of Open Channels were broadcast as part of Viewpoints on Video , a bi-monthly cable television show that showed sixty minutes of video art.
Arts Revue and Art Off the Wall were television programs that incorporated interviews with artists and arts professionals, featured performers, and also contained a calendar listing of cultural events.
There are several episodes missing from the archive, and small gaps for which no videotapes exist occur throughout the series. All videos are 3/4" U-matic tapes unless otherwise indicated.

Arrangement

Videos are arranged chronologically by program date. Titles are listed in the order they appear on the videotape.

Access Information

Materials are unavailable until reformatted. When digital use copies have been made, they will be indicated in the inventory below.
box 128-130

Series VIII.A. Shared Realities, 1983-1984, undated

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet (3 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

Eighteen programs were produced and televised the first year. The following year, the series was condensed to 12 programs for distribution. Significant gaps for which no videotapes exist from 1983 include episodes three through six, and nine through eleven.

Arrangement

Videos are arranged chronologically by program date.
box 128, item VC1

Episode 2: "Media Arts and Issues: The Artist and the Television," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on August 16 and 17, 1983. (63 min.)
box 128, item VC2

Episode 8: "Media Arts and Issues: At Home, Part III: Political Perspectives," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on September 27 and 28, 1983. (58 min.) Includes an in-depth interview with Nancy Buchanan.
box 128, item VC3

Episode 12: "Culture in Long Beach," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on October 25 and 26, 1983. (59 min.)
box 128, item VC4

Episode 13: "Media Arts and Issues: The Collection Selection," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on November 1 and 2, 1983. (60 min.)
box 128, item VC5

Episode 14: "Culture in Long Beach: Haunted Womanhouse, At Home," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on November 8 and 9, 1983. (59 min.)
box 128, item VC6

Episode 15: "Culture in Long Beach," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on November 15 and 16, 1983. (58 min.)
box 128, item VC7

Episode 16: "Media Arts and Issues," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on November 22 and 23, 1983. (62 min.)
box 128, item VC8

Episode 17: "Media Arts and Issues," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on November 29 and 30, 1983. (61 min.)
box 128, item VC9

Episode 18: "Toy Trains: Culture in Long Beach," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Originally aired on December 13 and 14, 1983. (54 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Episode 1: "The Artist and the Computer," 1984

Scope and Content Note

2 copies.
box 128, item VC10-VC11

LBMA Video, The Artist and the Computer (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Documentation of the exhibition at the Long Beach Museum of Art, January 16-March 13, 1983. (12 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Dietrich, Frank, 1981-1982, undated

box 128, item VC10-VC11

Snake, Rattle and Roll, (1982)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Zsuzsa Molnar. (3 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Magic Carpet Ride undated

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Zsuzsa Molnar. (7 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Digital Reflections (1981)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with John Goss and Debbie Gorchos. (5 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Marshall's Rite (1982)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Stephanie Arena. (2 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Circle Twist (1981)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Zsuzsa Molnar. (3 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Seligman, James, Artist Profile: David Em (1981)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with LBMA Video (6 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Kelley, Pat, Swimmer (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with John Hanna. (7 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Ganz, Howard, Quick Tour (1982)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Tony Megill. (7 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Pinkel, Sheila, Intuition (1977)

Scope and Content Note

(6 min.)
box 128, item VC10-VC11

Sobel, Nina, Electro-Encephalographic Video Drawings (1981-1983)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Chris Matthews. (9 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Episode 2: "Personal Perspectives," 1984

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Miller, Brenda, L.A. Nickel (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(10 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Bender, Stuart, Jac Rolls and My Father's Gait (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Nomura, Art, Three Wishes (1982)

Scope and Content Note

(10 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Duane, Hildegarde, 1982-1983

Scope and Content Note

(2 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Meltdown (1982-1983)

Scope and Content Note

(6 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

The Shape of the Universe (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(2 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Bozanich, Ante, Scratch (1980)

Scope and Content Note

(6 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Jenkins, Ulysses, Dream City (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Gilula, Stan, T.J. Walker (1982)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Kaufman, Larry, A Lift for Larry (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(4 min.)
box 128, item VC12-VC13

Leonardi, Joe, Extremes (1980)

Scope and Content Note

(7 min.)
box 128, item VC14-VC15

Episode 3: "The Artist and Television," 1984

Scope and Content Note

Produced by LBMA Video. Two copies.
box 128, item VC14-VC15

The Artist and Television, West Coast Perspective (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(11 min.)
box 128, item VC14-VC15

Video Artist Profiles: Bill Viola (1982)

Scope and Content Note

(11 min.)
box 128, item VC14-VC15

Video Artist Profiles: Dara Birnbaum (1982)

Scope and Content Note

(11 min.)
box 128, item VC14-VC15

Video Artist Profiles: Max Almy (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(4 min.)
box 128, item VC14-VC15

Video Artist Profiles: Gary Hill (1981)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 129, item VC16-VC17

Episode 4: "Exploring Dance 1," 1984

Scope and Content Note

Two copies. Patrick Scott also known as Patrick Marca-Registrada.
box 129, item VC16-VC17

Scott, Patrick, The Jazz Tap Ensemble (1982)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Gene Wirth and LBMA Video. 13 min.
box 129, item VC16-VC17

The Jazz Ensemble (1982)

box 129, item VC16-VC17

Secret Exposures (1981)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Gene Wirth. (5 min.)
box 129, item VC16-VC17

Elgart, Sarah, Marrying the Hangman (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(13 min.)
box 129, item VC16-VC17

Daval, Mary, Depot Duet (1983)

box 129, item VC16-VC17

Depot Duet (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Art Nomura. (5 min.)
box 129, item VC16-VC17

Haute Flash, Parts 1 and 3, (1982)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Art Nomura. (15 min.)
box 129, item VC16-VC17

Leonardi, Joe, Little Difference (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with LBMA Video. (10 min.)
box 129, item VC18-VC19

Episode 5: "Community Arts," 1984

Scope and Content Note

2 copies.
box 129, item VC18-VC19

LBMA Video, The Mercury Arts Center (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 129, item VC18-VC19

Bender, Stuart, It's Chili (1981)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 129, item VC18-VC19

LBMA Video, Reflections of Long Beach (1983)

box 129, item VC18-VC19

LBMA Video, Impressions #1: The Amphitheatre (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(12 min.)
box 129, item VC18-VC19

LBMA Video, Impressions #2: Country Music and Dance (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(17 min.)
box 129, item VC18-VC19

LBMA Video, Long Beach, "Gateway to the World," (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 129, item VC20-VC21

Episode 6: "Artists and the Media," 1984

box 129, item VC20-VC21

Various Artists, 30/60 TV ART (undated)

Scope and Content Note

Compilation of eight artists' works created in the thirty- and sixty-second commercial format, by Mitchell Syrop, Hildegarde Duane, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, Ante Bozanich, John Duncan, Ilene Segalove, Alba Cane, and Nancy Buchanan. Titles are: Watch It (1 min.); Love Lines (1 min.); Human Choir (1 min.); Untitled (1 min.); Ex-Claim (1 min.); These Creatures (1 min.); Silk (1 min.); TV is OK (1 min.).
box 129, item VC20-VC21

LBMA Video, Artist Profile: Antonio Muntadas (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(28 min.)
box 129, item VC20-VC21

Muntadas, Antonio, Between the Frames: Chapter 5, The Docents (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with LBMA Video. (14 min.)
box 129, item VC20-VC21

Harding, Noel, Enclosure for a Conventional Habit (1981)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with LBMA Video. (8 min.)
box 129, item VC22-VC23

Episode 7: "Music and Performance," 1984

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 129, item VC22-VC23

Kathy Huffman, Peter Ivers (1946-1983): A Tribute From His Friends (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Peter Kirby and Steve Silas. (31 min.)
box 129, item VC22-VC23

LBMA Video, L.A. Dialogue (1984)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (L.A.C.E.). (28 min.)
box 130, item VC31-VC38

Miscellaneous programs, 1982-1984, undated

box 130, item VC31

Shared Realities - Promo and Infomercial, 1983

box 130, item VC32

Shared Realities - Promo #2 Reel, 1983

Scope and Content Note

Shared Realities #2 - Programs; Shared Realities #2 - Promo (1 min.)
box 130, item VC33

Shared Realities - Program Header, [1983?]

box 130, item VC34

Shared Realities - Program Schedule, [1983?]

Scope and Content Note

(18 min.)
box 130, item VC35

Shared Reality, [1984?]

Scope and Content Note

Tape is marked: "Shared Reality," "At Home"
box 130, item VC36

"At Home," undated

box 130, item VC37

"Haunted Womanhouse," 1983

Scope and Content Note

Documentation of feminist performance artists, interviews, and LBMA VIDEO Scare the Camera Contest. Dated 10/29/1983.
box 130, item VC38

"Cable and Art Conference," 1982

Scope and Content Note

"Not part of LBMA Shared realities series (documentation of a cable-arts conference on Queen Mary)." - container label. (28 min.)
box 129, item VC24-VC25

Episode 8: "At Home: Part 1," 1984

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 129, item VC24-VC25

LBMA Video, At Home (1983)

Scope and Content Note

Documentation of exhibition. (49 min.)
box 129, item VC24-VC25

LBMA Video, Haunted Womanhouse (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 129, item VC26-VC27

Episode 9: "At Home: Part 2,"

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 129, item VC26-VC27

Kanehiro, Kathryn, Red/Pines (1980)

Scope and Content Note

(7 min.)
box 129, item VC26-VC27

Duane, Hildegarde, Pink Slip (1982)

Scope and Content Note

(8 min.)
box 129, item VC26-VC27

Segalove, Ilene, The Mom Tapes (1974-1978)

Scope and Content Note

(23 min.)
box 129, item VC26-VC27

LBMA Video, Artist Profile: Nancy Buchanan (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(21 min.)
box 129, item VC28

Episode 10: "Exploring Dance 2," 1984

box 129, item VC28

Acuna, Chey, Arte Del Barrio (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(29 min.)
box 129, item VC28

Helmore, John, What You Just Did! (1982)

Scope and Content Note

(29 min.)
box 129, item VC29-VC30

Episode 11: "The Artist and Television 2," 1984

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 129, item VC29-VC30

Yonemoto, Bruce and Norman, Green Card: An American Romance (1982)

Scope and Content Note

PG version. (60 min.)
box 131-134

Series VIII.B. Open Channels, 1985-1992

Physical Description: 6 Linear Feet (4 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

Open Channels was a grant program that made broadcast facilities available to feature commissioned work by artists. LBMA commissioned artists to create new work for television as part of Open Channels: Television Production Grant Program. Programs were broadcast on cable television and exhibited at the museum concurrently.

Arrangement

Videos are arranged chronologically by program date.
box 131, item VC39-VC45

Open Channels I: Part I, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Seven copies.
Fugue, Scott Rankin, 1985 (11 min.); True Believers, Aron Ranen, 1985 (21 min.); Five Dances for Small Space, Mary Daval, 1985 (10 min.); Stranded, Ezra Litwak, 1985 (20 min.).
Museum exhibition copies (VC42-VC45) do not include the video Stranded. Two copies list the title of True Believers as Television Believers (26 min.). Note on tape VC41: "On viewing copy, only, Litwak on p. 1, not p. 2."
box 131, item VC39-VC45

Rankin, Scott, Fugue (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(11 min.)
box 131, item VC39-VC45

Ranen, Aron, True Believers (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(21 min.)
box 131, item VC39-VC45

Daval, Mary, Five Dances for Small Space (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(10 min.)
box 131, item VC39-VC45

Litwak, Ezra, Stranded (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(20 min.)
box 131, item VC46-V52

Open Channels I: Part II, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Scenes from the Micro-War, Sherry Millner, 1985 (26 min.). (7 copies)
Note: Museum exhibition copies (V12-V14) include Ezra Litwak's Stranded, which is listed in the entry for Open Channels I: Part I.
box 132, item VC53-VC55

Open Channels II, 1986

Scope and Content Note

Three copies.
box 132, item VC53-VC55

Labat, Tony, Mayami (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 132, item VC53-VC55

Stout, David, Prisoner of Light (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 132, item VC53-VC55

Arvanites, John, Blues for Piggy (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(12 min.)
box 132, item VC53-VC55

Jones, Ed, Bemused in Bobylon (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 132, item VC53-VC55

Finley, Jeanne, Common Mistakes (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 132, item VC56-VC59

Open Channels III: Part I, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Four copies.
box 132, item VC56-VC59

Bunn, David, The Torrid Zone (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 132, item VC56-VC59

Kos, Paul, Tower of Babel (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 132, item VC56-VC59

Matorin, Donna, Quickening (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 132, item VC60-VC63

Open Channels III: Part II, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Four copies.
box 132, item VC60-VC63

McCarthy, Paul, Cultural Soup (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(7 min.)
box 132, item VC60-VC63

McCarthy, Paul, Family Tyranny (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 132, item VC60-VC63

Shaw, Jim, Billy Goes to a Party #4 (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(22 min.)
box 132, item VC64-VC68

Open Channels IV, 1988

Scope and Content Note

Three copies. Tape VC67 contains only Memory Inversion (Los Angeles) . Tape VC68 contains only Blinky the Friendly Hen .
box 132, item VC64-VC66

Bearden, Victoria, There is no History in Heaven (1988)

Scope and Content Note

(7 min.)
box 132, item VC64-VC66

Keading, Hilja, Let Me (Entertain You) (1988)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 132, item VC63-VC67

Lynn Kirby, Memory Inversion (Los Angeles) (1988)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Erika Suderburg. (17 min.)
box 132, item VC64-VC66

Salloum, Jayce, Once You've Shot the Gun You Can't Stop the Bullet (1988)

Scope and Content Note

(7 min.)
box 132, item VC64-VC66, VC68

Yonemoto, Bruce and Norman, Blinky the Friendly Hen (1988)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Jeffrey Valance. (15 min.)
box 133, item VC69-VC72

Open Channels V: Part I, 1989

Scope and Content Note

Four copies.
box 133, item VC69-VC72

Buchanan, Nancy, Mouth(Piece) (1989)

Scope and Content Note

(11 mins.)
box 133, item VC69-VC72

Andrews, Lawrence, Strategies for the Development of/ Redefining the Purpose Served/ Art in the Age of... aka The Making of the Towering Inferno (1989)

Scope and Content Note

(24 mins.)
box 133, item VC69-VC72

Tassie, Paul, Remember Flavor (1989)

Scope and Content Note

(11 mins.)
box 133, item VC73-VC76

Open Channels V: Part II, 1989

Scope and Content Note

The Winged Cage, Fu-Ding Cheng, 1989 (29 mins.). Four copies.
box 133, item VC77

Open Channels VI, 1990

Scope and Content Note

A Day in the Life..., Kevin Frayser, 1990 (12 min.)
box 133, item VC78-VC81

Open Channels VII, 1991

Scope and Content Note

Four copies. Copy VC81 is 1 videocassette (Beta SP) (58 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
box 133, item VC78-VC81

Hershman, Lynn, Ritual (1991)

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 133, item VC78-VC81

Saks, Eric, Gun Talk (1991)

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 133, item VC78-VC81

Jenkins, Ulysses, The Nomadics (1991)

Scope and Content Note

(13 min.)
box 133, item VC78-VC81

Kornfeld, Sue, Was It Only a Dream? (1991)

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 133, item VC82-VC85

Open Channels VIII, 1992

Scope and Content Note

Work by Terry Braunstein, Jean Rasenberger, Eames Demetrios, and Abdul-Wahid Salah. Three copies. Copy VC84 is one videocassette (Beta SP) (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. Copy VC85 contains In a Day's Work, Terry Braunstein, 1992 (8 min.).
box 134, item VC86-VC89

Pictures From Life/Decades of Change, undated

box 134, item VC86

Episode 1, Undated

Scope and Content Note

Remembering Life (29 min.); Pick Up Your Feet: The Double Dutch Show (29 min.)
box 134, item VC87

Episode 2, Undated

Scope and Content Note

TV TV, Four More Years, 1972 (60 min.)
box 134, item VC88

Episode 3, Undated

Scope and Content Note

Hamper McBee: Raw Mash (29 min.); Some of These Stories are True (27 min.)
box 134, item VC89

Episode 4, Undated

Scope and Content Note

Pursuit of Happiness, Global Village (59 min.)
box 134, item VC90-VC91

New Video, Japan, 1983-1985

box 134, item VC90

Program I, 1984-1985, undated

box 134, item VC90

Taka, Katsuya, Deno (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(2 min.)
box 134, item VC90

Kushiyama, Kumiko, House in Oikoshi (1984)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 134, item VC90

Tosa, Naoko, An Expression (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 134, item VC90

Terai, Hironori, Ordinary Life (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(12 min.)
box 134, item VC90

Idemitsu, Mako, Great Mother Part II: Yumiko (undated)

Scope and Content Note

(25 min.)
box 134, item VC91

Program II, 1983-1984, undated

box 134, item VC91

Noda, Kunio, Scale (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(6 min.)
box 134, item VC91

Saitoh, Makoto, A-R-K (1984)

Scope and Content Note

(5 min.)
box 134, item VC91

Nagata, Osamu, Minami (1984)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 134, item VC91

Kawaguchie, Mao, Ayumi Shino (1984)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Ayumi Shino. (3 min.)
box 134, item VC91

Wada, Morihiro, The Recognition Construction XII (1984)

Scope and Content Note

(26 min.)
box 134, item VC92

Poetic License, circa 1985

box 134, item VC92

Sabda,

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 134, item VC92

La Jungla,

Scope and Content Note

(20 min.)
box 134, item VC92

Port People,

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 134, item VC92

Media Arts 85-86,

Scope and Content Note

(10 min.)
box 134, item VC93-VC94

Excerpts From Open Channels I-IV, 1985-1989

box 134, item VC93

Excerpts From Open Channels I-IV, Part 1, 1989

box 134, item VC93

Ranen, Aron, Television Believers (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(26 min.)
box 134, item VC93

Labat, Tony, Mayami: Between Cut and Action (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 134, item VC93

Matorin, Donna, Quickening (1987)

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 134, item VC94

Excerpts From Open Channels I-IV, Part 2, 1989

Scope and Content Note

Blinky, Bruce and Norman Yonemoto and Jeffrey Valance (15 mins.)
box 134, item VC95-VC97

Miscellaneous programs, 1983-1990, undated

box 134, item VC95

Shared Realities 7: Music and Performance, 1983

Scope and Content Note

Episode 7 of the Shared Realities series, titled "Music and Performance," was aired as part of the Open Channels series.
box 134, item VC96

Open Channels Sample Tape: Video Piranha, undated

Scope and Content Note

Sample tape produced and directed by Tim McDonough. Contains: Man With Too Much Time on His Hands (5 min.), Static (4 min.), Untitled (8 min.), Henry Rollins (6 min.), Goodnight Kiss (9 min.).
box 134, item VC97

The Lost Notebooks of Amelia Earhart, undated

Scope and Content Note

Written and directed by Kathleen Sweeney. Produced by Jeffrey Marino and Kathleen Sweeney.
box 135-139

Series VIII.C. Viewpoints on Video, 1986-1991

Physical Description: 6 Linear Feet (4 boxes)

Scope and Content Note

Viewpoints on Video was a bi-monthly cablecast of video art shown on 11 channels throughout California which ran from 1986-1989. Viewpoints on Video was a result of the Open Channels cooperative between the California cable industry and LBMA.

Arrangement

Videos are arranged chronologically by program date.
box 135, item VC98-VC99

Program 1: "Remembrances of Things Past", 1986

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 135, item VC98-VC99

Birnbaum, Dara

box 135, item VC98-VC99

Damnation of Faust: Evocation (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(10 min.)
box 135, item VC98-VC99

Will-'O-The-Wisp (A Deceitful Goal) (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(6 min.)
box 135, item VC98-VC99

Odenbach, Marcel

box 135, item VC98-VC99

Prejudices (or Necessity is the Mother of Invention) (1985)

box 135, item VC98-VC99

As If Memories Could Deceive Me (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(18 mins.)
box 135, item VC98-VC99

Abramovic, Marina, Terra Degli dea Madre (1984)

Scope and Content Note

(16 min.)
box 135, item VC100

Program 1A: Open Channels I: Part I, [1986?]

box 135, item VC100

Rankin, Scott, Fugue (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(10 min.)
box 135, item VC100

Ranen, Aron, Television Believers (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(26 min.)
box 138, item VC100

Daval, Mary, 5 Dances for Small Spaces (1985)

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Art Nomura. (10 min.)
box 135, item VC101

Program 1B: Open Channels I: Part II, [1986?]

box 135, item VC101

Milner, Sherry, Scenes From the Micro-Wars (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(24 min.)
box 135, item VC101

Litwak, Ezra, Stranded (1985)

Scope and Content Note

(21 min.)
box 135, item VC102-VC104

Program 2: Open Channels II, 1986

Scope and Content Note

Three copies.
box 135, item VC102-VC104

Labat, Tony, Mayami (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(14 min.)
box 135, item VC102-VC104

Stout, David, Prisoner of Light (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 135, item VC102-VC104

Arvanites, John, Blues for Piggy (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(12 min.)
box 135, item VC102-VC104

Jones, Ed, Bemused in Babylon (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(9 min.)
box 135, item VC102-VC104

Finley, Jeanne, Common Mistakes (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(15 min.)
box 135, item VC105-VC106

Program 3, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Two copies.
box 135, item VC105-VC106

Downey, Juan, J.S. Bach (1986)

Scope and Content Note

(29 min.)
box 135, item VC105-VC106

Logue, Joan, French 30 Second Spots (1983)

Scope and Content Note

(7 min.)
box 135, item VC105-VC106

Lucier, Mary, Ohio to Giverny (1983)

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(19 min.)
box 135, item VC107-VC108

Program 4, 1987

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Two copies.
box 135, item VC107-VC108

Hall, Doug

box 135, item VC107-VC108

Storm and Stress (1986)

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(48 min.)
box 135, item VC107-VC108

Almost Like a Dance (1984)

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Collaboration with Jules Backus. (5 min.)
box 135, item VC109-VC110

Program 5: "Foreign Exchange," 1987

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2 copies.
box 135, item VC109-VC110

Velez, Edin, Meta Mayan (1981)

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(20 min.)
box 135, item VC109-VC110

Olhar Electronico, Varela in Sierra Paleda (1985)

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(2 min.)
box 135, item VC109-VC110

Downey, Juan, The Laughing Alligator (1987)

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(9 min.)
box 135, item VC109-VC110

Zapoteca and Chinanteca Indian Collective, Our Tequio (1984)

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(10 min.)
box 135, item VC111-VC112

Program 6: "In Retrospect: Selected Video and Film 1953-1985," 1987

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2 copies.
box 135, item VC111-VC112

Clarke, Shirley,

box 135, item VC111-VC112

Dance in the Sun (1983)

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(7 min.)
box 135, item VC111-VC112

Bridges-Go-Round (undated)

box 135, item VC111-VC112

Savage/Love (1981)

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(26 min.)
box 135, item VC111-VC112

Tongues (1982)

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(20 min.)
box 135, item VC113-VC114

Program 7: "Selections from the Exhibition Electric Shadows," 1988

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Two copies.
box 135, item VC113-VC114

Arvanites, John, The Theo Tapes (1986)

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(25 min.)
box 135, item VC113-VC114

Sanborn, John, Ear to the Ground (1981)

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Collaboration with Kit Fitzgerald and David Van Tiegham. (5 min.)
box 135, item VC113-VC114

Blumberg, Skip, Pick Up Your Feet: The Double Dutch Show (1981)

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(29 min.)
box 135, item VC115-VC117

Program 8: Open Channels III: Part I, 1988

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Three copies.
box 135, item VC115-VC117

Bunn, David, The Torrid Zone (1987)

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(14 min.)
box 135, item VC115-VC117

Kos, Paul, Tower of Babel (1987)

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(14 min.)
box 135, item VC115-VC117

Matorin, Donna, Quickening (1987)

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(15 min.)
box 136, item VC118-VC120

Program 9: Open Channels III: Part II, 1988

Program 9: Open Channels III: Part II (digitized version available on-site only): 1988

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Three copies. The typed label on the original videotape (VC118) includes Family Tyranny by Paul McCarthy (1987), but it has been crossed out with pencil and Cultural Soup has been handwritten on the label instead. Family Tyranny is not included on the tape.
box 136, item VC118-VC120

Shaw, Jim, Billy Goes to a Party #4 (1987)

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(22 min.)
box 136, item VC118-VC120

Millner, Sherry, Scenes From the Micro Wars (1985)

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(24 min.). Originally Open Channels I: Part II, 1985.
box 136, item VC118-VC120

McCarthy, Paul, Cultural Soup (1987)

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(7 min.)
box 136, item VC121-VC122

Program 10: "Selections from the Exhibition Collected Video Essays: Martha Rosler," 1988

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Two copies.
box 139, item VC173-VC174

Rosler, Martha,

box 136, item VC121-VC122

Semiotics of the Kitchen (1975)

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(7 min.)
box 136, item VC121-VC122

Losing: A Conversation with the Parents (1977)

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(19 min.)
box 136, item VC121-VC122

Secrets From the Street: No Disclosure (1980)

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(10 min.)
box 136, item VC121-VC122

If It's Too Bad to Be True, It Could Be DISINFORMATION (1985)

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(17 min.)
box 136, item VC123-VC124

Program 11: "Selections from the Exhibition Degrees of Reality: Selections from the Collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art," 1988

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Two copies.
box 136, item VC123-VC124

Condit, Cecilia, Possible in Michigan (1983)

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(12 min.)
box 136, item VC123-VC124

Hill, Gary, Around and About (1982)

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(5 min.)
box 136, item VC123-VC124

Tanaka, Janice, Ontogenesis (1981)

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(6 min.)
box 136, item VC123-VC124

Sturgeon, John, SPINE/TIME (1982)

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(21 min.)
box 136, item VC123-VC124

Viola, Bill, Anthem (1983)

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(12 min.)
box 136, item VC125-VC126

Program 12: "Selections from the Exhibition Quieter Histories: Selections from the Collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art," 1988

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Two copies.
box 136, item VC125-VC126

vom Bruch, Klaus, Luftgeister (1981)

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(8 min.)
box 136, item VC125-VC126

Feingold, Ken, 5 dim/MIND (1984)

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(29 min.)
box 136, item VC125-VC126

Reeves, Dan, Sabda (1984)

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(15 min.)
box 136, item VC127-VC128

Program 13: "Selections from the Exhibition Articulations Part One," 1988

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Two copies.
box 136, item VC127-VC128

Condit, Cecilia, Not a Jealous Bone (1987)

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(11 min.)
box 136, item VC127-VC128

Forrest, Kathleen, Medusa's Beauty Secrets (1988)

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Collaboration with Sue Maberry and Cheri Gaulke. (10 min.)
box 136, item VC127-VC128

Hershman, Lynn, Confessions of a Chameleon (1986)

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(6 min.)
box 136, item VC127-VC128

Suderburg, Erika, Displayed Termination (1988)

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(25 min.)
box 136, item VC129-VC130

Program 14: Selections from the Exhibition Articulations Part Two," 1988

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Two copies.
box 136, item VC129-VC130

de Michiel, Helen, Consider Anything, Only Don't Cry (1988)

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(22 min.)
box 136, item VC129-VC130

Quinn, Aysha, Nomads (1986)

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Collaboration with John Sturgeon. (26 min.)
box 136, item VC129-VC130

Barr, Burt, With Special Thanks (1986)

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(6 min.)
box 136, item VC131-VC132

Program 15: "Selections from the Exhibition Personal Histories," 1989

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Two copies.
box 136, item VC131-VC132

Segalove, Ilene, I Remember Beverly Hills (1980)

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(28 min.)
box 136, item VC131-VC132

Sweeney, Skip, My Father Sold Studebakers (1983)

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(28 min.)
box 136, item VC133-VC135

Program 16: Open Channels IV, 1989

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Three copies.
box 136, item VC133-VC135

Salloum, Jayce, Once You've Shot the Gun You Can't Stop the Bullet (1988)

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(7 min.)
box 136, item VC133-VC135

Bearden, Victoria, There is no History in Heaven (1988)

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(7 min.)
box 136, item VC133-VC135

Lynn Kirby, Memory Inversion (Los Angeles) (1988)

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Collaboration with Erika Suderburg. (17 min.)
box 136, item VC133-VC135

Keading, Hilja, Let Me (Entertain You) (1988)

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(9 min.)
box 136, item VC133-VC135

Yonemoto, Bruce and Norman, Blinky the Friendly Hen (1988)

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Collaboration with Jeffrey Valance. (16 min.)
box 137, item VC136-VC139

Program 17: "The Video Art of Bruce and Norman Yonemoto," 1989

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Four copies.
box 137, item VC136-VC139

Vault (1984)

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(12 min.)
box 137, item VC136-VC139

Kappa (1987)

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(30 min.)
box 137, item VC140-VC143

Program 18: "Envisioning the Black Aesthetic," 1989

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Includes interviews with: Ulysses Jenkins (video artist), Claire Aguilar (curator/critic), O. Funmilayo Makarah (film/videomaker). Four copies.
box 137, item VC140-VC143

Cokes, Tony, Black Celebration (1988)

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(17 min.)
box 137, item VC140-VC143

Jones, Philip Malory, What Goes Around/Comes Around (1986)

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(3 min.)
box 137, item VC140-VC143

Andrews, Lawrence, An I For An I (1988)

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(18 min.)
box 137, item VC144-VC147

Program 19: "Music Video as Art," 1989

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Four copies.
box 137, item VC144-VC147

Casale, Gerald V. Secret Agent Man (1977)

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Co-directed by Chuck Statler, music by Devo. Excerpt from In the Beginning Was the End ).
box 137