Artists' Television

Trinity Square Video and Judith Doyle

1993, 54:00 minutes, colour, English


Artists' Television is a 54 minute video compilation featuring excerpts from videos by seventeen Toronto artists, with statements from each contextualizing the work. This project was produced and directed by Judith Doyle, executive producer, Trinity Square Video, an artists video production and post- production access centre active in Toronto for over a decade. The program docments a cross-section of local voices and modes of independent video production, including work from long- time producers, community- based media, video performance and students tapes. Artists' Television was designed for cultural groups, educators and anyone who is interested in an introduction to artists working in video.

In 1978, Doyle co-founded Worldpool, an international artists' network using proto-Internet collaboration technologies including telefacsimile. She is regarded as an international pioneer of fax and net art. Her small publication house Rumour published the first edition of Kathy Goes to Haiti by Kathy Acker, amongst other artist and punk titles.

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