Critical Writing Index

"Out to See Video": EZTV'S Queer Microcinema in West Hollywood

by Julia Bryan-Wilson

Grey Room, Summer 2014, no. 56, pp. 59-90

Julia Bryan-Wilson recounts the institutional history and impact of EZTV, a pioneering video space founded in West Hollywood in 1979. As well as being the earliest known microcinema exclusively dedicated to video, EZTV became a progressive queer space that nurtured alternative representational practices and community building.

ITEM 2014.044 – available for viewing in the Research Centre

Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited

Sudzall Does it AllJohn Dorr

Dorothy and Alan at Norma PlaceJohn Dorr

Blonde DeathJames Dillinger

Chance EncounterJames Williams

Clear CanvasJames Williams

Standing WavesMike Masucci

CentersVito Acconci