Don't forget Robotnik or Van Gogh TV.
On 19 Jan 2012, at 13:43, Cubitt S.R. wrote:
> There's the excellent survey of course:
> Mulvey, Laura and Jamie Sexton (eds) (2007), Experimental British
> Television, Manchester University Press, Manchester.
> And materials on David hall's TV Experiments on his site and at
> Bill Viola's reverse TV was one of a number of commissions in the 1980s at
> WGBH Boston
> Stan Douglas told me about an experiment he did in Vancouver with TV
> interruptions: the station got so many complaints they started putting a
> notice up before each of them saying it was "art", and no more complaints
> - but also, a/c Stan, no art either because the whole point was to
>> Michael's comments that
>> also I've been very disappointed with presentations
>> of artists film/video on the net which take the form of "channels" or
> On the other hand many of us treasured for years broadcasts which
> anthologised video art (Terry Flaxton and Penny Dedman's Video, John
> Wyver's Illuminations series, and several others).
> Also interesting were experimental works working with pop music shows -
> Peter Donebauer's Videokalos video synthesiser and Dan Sandin's analog
> video synth in the states.
> And finally the brief but glorious flowering of pirate TV in mid-80s
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