Ira Schneider

Ira Schneider was a pioneer of video in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In his work with video installation and single-channel tapes, he explored the manipulation of time, interactivity and simultaneity as formal and conceptual devices. A participant in the landmark exhibition TV as a Creative Medium at the Howard Wise Gallery in 1969, he created several important early multi-channel video installations, including Manhattan is an Island and, with Frank Gillette, Wipe Cycle.   full biography

Titles

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1966-2002, 26 min, color, sound
 
Lost in Cuddihy
1966, 12 min, color, sound
 
The Ghost of Wittgenstein
1968, 8:56 min, color, sound
 
I'd Rather be Half Right Than Vice President
1968, 4:58 min, color, sound
 
1968-2005, 38 min, color, sound
 
1969-2001, 11:36 min, b&w, sound
 
1969-84, 12:08 min, b&w, sound
 
1970-2003, 19:16 min, b&w, sound
 
1973, 16:20 min, b&w, sound
 
1974, 47:17 min, b&w, sound
 
1976, 27:03 min, b&w, sound
 
Cow Loop
1975, 5:35 min, b&w, sound
 
Tex-Mex
1975, 6:38 min, b&w, sound
 
Several Minutes of Several Days in the Hamptons
1976, 14:34 min, b&w, sound
 
1979, 8:06 min, color, sound
 
1980, 33:40 min, b&w, sound
 
1984, 13:51 min, color, sound
 
1987, 10 min, color, sound
 
1988, 12:14 min, color, sound
 
1996, 27:42 min, color, sound
 
2000, 28 min, color, sound
 
2002, 10:12 min, color and b&w, sound
 
2002, 18:55 min, b&w, sound
 
2002, 28:57 min, color, sound
 
2003, 24:06 min, color, sound
 
2005, 28 min, color, sound
 
2005, 60 min, color, sound
 
 

See also

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1971, 55:41, b&w, sound
 
1969-2001, 11:36 min, b&w, sound
 
1972, 6 min, color, silent, 16 mm film on video