Shirley Clarke

A leading figure in the American avant-garde cinema of the 1950s and 1960s, and a pioneer of video in the 1970s, Shirley Clarke brought a distinctive "choreography of images" to her work. An instrumental figure in the cinema verite movement, she also produced dramatic features. In 1970, she formed the Tee Pee Videospace Troupe, a loose collective working in experimental video and theater. Later works included theatrical collaborations with Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin.   full biography


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1970-71, 16:15 min, b&w, sound
1981-82, 45:39 min, color, sound
1981, 25:39 min, color, sound
1981-82, 20 min, color, sound