Single Artist Compilations are surveys of an artists moving image work.

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Ken Kobland has been working in various aspects of film and video since 1971, creating productions in collaboration with performing artists such as Philip Glass, the Wooster Group, Elizabeth…

Selections of Ezra Wube's animation, each uniquely referencing time, urban experience and cross-cultural mobility.

Video Data Bank is proud to present the poetic work of West Coast conceptual artist Paul Kos. This two-disc box set features 25 video works that reveal how Kos mines humble materials for their…

Video Data Bank is proud to present the pioneering work of Bio Artist Eduardo Kac. This three-disc box set features art works that expand the limits of locality, light, and language. Included is a…

A four-part series that revisits the life and and times of four families last seen as "undocumented" immigrants in the 1986

Ant Farm

Ant Farm Video

2003 | 02:07:00

Notorious art and architecture group Ant Farm's unique vision arrives on DVD in this release showcasing some of the group…

Harun Farocki

Parallel I-IV

2014 | 00:43:12

The four‐part cycle Parallel deals with the image genre of computer animation. The series focuses on the construction, visual landscape and inherent rules of computer-animated worlds.…

The feminist art movement of the 1970s set off an explosion of artmaking and analysis that still reverberates in the art world today, and the Woman's Building in Los Angeles was one of the major…

The Surface Tension Trilogy is comprised of three experimental videos tracking the rise and fall of the Weimar Era in Berlin through the perspectives of Frida Kahlo & Anita Berber,…

 A.K. Burns’ early video works use ritualized performance, finite gestures, dueling and duality to explore power relations and the body. In

Created in a deadpan presentational style reminiscent of Coonley's faux-instructional Pony videos, the Experimental Philosophy Trilogy fuses a farrago of materials appropriated…

These early works by artist Suzie Silver form a trilogy centering around popular culture and queer desire.