Angleterre: The Resistible Rise of Video Art in the British Isles; Or, How we lost an Art-Form and Found a Medium
Video 84, 1984, p. 11
An article documenting the history of video art in the United Kingdom and the paths or directions it took. Explaining that video art was very significant in the British Isles, where it was formed out of opposition to mass media and the ideals it pressed. Mentioning that although community video groups and video artists dissociate from each other, really they are of the same origins with the same goals.
Historically reviewing the movements, groups and artists of the independent video art front in England over the 60's through to the 80's.
Also looks at video artists; David Hall; Gerry Schema.
ITEM 1984.086 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
7 TV Pieces – David Hall
Land Art – Gerry Schum
Identification – Gerry Schum
The New Art – David Hall
A Survey of the Avant-Garde – David Hall
the Video Show – David Hall
101 TV Sets – David Hall
101 TV Sets – Sinden