Video Art is Dead, Long Live Video Art
Journal of Religion and Health, Spring 2002, v. 41, no. 1, pp. 95-97
The author reflects on the changing character of video art from its radical beginnings in the 1960s to its mainstream acceptance in the early 21st century. The piece also has a personal dimension: the author touches on his experiences in art school in New York in the 1960s, and visits to exhibitions of video art in New York around 2001.
ITEM 2002.214 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Study for Morning After the Deluge – Paul Pfeiffer