Single Artist Compilations

Single Artist Compilations are surveys of an artists moving image work.
2012 | 1:10:23
Barry Doupé Videoworks: Volume 1
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Barry Doupé is known for using crude computer-animation indicative of early video games to create unnatural environments populated by strange abstracted characters. The spaces and the characters within them are never stable, always in a liminal...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: animation, body, mental landscape, videoworks

Hester Scheurwater Videoworks: Volume 2
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In her overt challenge to conventional modes of femininity and sexuality, Hester Scheurwater confronts the viewer with her own body. The distorted, doll-like characters she plays in her video performances balance between fantasy and reality shifting...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: animals, body, european film/video, family, feminism, gender, mental landscape, performance, videoworks, youth/childhood

Jim Finn Videoworks: Volume 2
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Jim Finn’s films and videos have been described as “Utopian comedies.” In the four works that comprise Jim Finn Videoworks: Volume 2, the comedy that emerges through Finn's (not so) exaggerated interrogation of the products and symbols of...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: film or videomaking, found footage, history, landscape, mental landscape, politics

Les LeVeque Videoworks: Volume 3
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In Les LeVeque Videoworks: Volume 3, Les LeVeque explores time and the way in which it can be manipulated to affect the communication of emotion. In the first video, pulse pharma phantasm, LeVeque collapses 9 different pharmaceutical commercials...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: consumer culture, film or videomaking, found footage, gender, hollywood, image processing, media analysis, politics, television, videoworks, war

Jesse McLean Videoworks: Volume 1
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The three videos that comprise Jesse McLean Videoworks: Volume 1 (The Eternal Quarter Inch, Somewhere only we know and The Burning Blue) all concern various facets of our complicated emotional and psychological relationships to spectacle.

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: found footage, media analysis, television, videoworks

Dani Leventhal Videoworks: Volume 1
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The work of Dani Leventhal explores the complicated space that exists between decay and renewal, intimacy and disconnection and the sacred and mundane. The six pieces that comprise Dani Leventhal Videoworks: Volume 1 each examine these ambiguous...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: animals, body, death and dying, diary, expedition/travel, family, jewish, lgbtq, middle east, religion/spirituality, sexuality, youth/childhood

Semiconductor Videoworks: Volume 1
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Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt, who comprise the UK artist duo Semiconductor, make moving image works that explore the material nature of our world and question our place in the physical universe. This collection of works shows Semiconductor’s...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Compilations

Tags: animation, environment, landscape, science, sound, videoworks

Half-Lies: The Videoworks of Ximena Cuevas
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Video Data Bank is proud to present the wonderful work of prolific video artist Ximena Cuevas in our latest DVD box set, Half-Lies: The Videoworks of Ximena Cuevas. This four volume box set features 25 videos by the award-winning artist, spanning 21...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, DVD Box Sets

Tags: consumer culture, death and dying, expedition/travel, family, feminism, humor, latino/chicano, media analysis, performance, sexuality, youth/childhood

Videofreex, Tuned In, Turned On! Videofreex Tape the World
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Formed in 1969 at the legendary Woodstock Music Festival by David Cort and Parry Teasdale, who met while taping the events with the newly available Portapak video equipment, the Videofreex (also known as "the Freex") were one of the very first video...

 

Collection: Single Artist Compilations, Videofreex Archive, Early Video Art

Tags: activism, african-american, art collective, body, chicago art, consumer culture, feminism, film or videomaking, image processing, performance, race, state, the, technology, television, video history