Shigeko Kubota

Documents

 
 

Screening Lists and Schedules

May 2-31, 1973

 

Second Annual Video Arts Festival: Schedule (May 2-31, 1973)
This one-page document is the schedule for the 2nd Annual Video Art Festival at the Kitchen, which ran from May 2-31, 1973.

 

Program Notes

June 1-14, 1974

 
2nd International Computer Art Festival: Official Program (1974)
June 1-14, 1974, The Kitchen

This is the official program for the second International Computer Art Festival, held at The Kitchen. The 11-page document features a color cover, several diagrams, and descriptions of works by the 60 participating artists.

 

Review

Popular Photography

Roy Pinney

1973

 
Rob Pinney, "Annual video-tape extravaganza stresses a women's point of view"
Popular Photography (1973): 22, 108.

Roy Pinney reviews the Second Annual Women's Video Festival, held at The Kitchen in 1973; he hails the videotape as the "newest art form to articulate the inner spirit of our time."

 

Articles and Essays

Camera Obscura

Melinda M. Barlow

Dec 1, 2003

 
Barlow, Melinda M. "Feminism 101: The New York Women's Video Festival, 1972-1980"
Camera Obscura (Dec 1, 2003) vol. 18, no. 54, pp. 3-40.

This exhaustive 37-page essay on the history of the Women's Video Festival addresses the fact that the Festival has been largely ignored since the 1970s.

 

Calendars and Newsletters

December 1972

 
Included in A Kinetic History: The EAI Archives Online, Sponsored Projects, The Kitchen.

One of twenty calendars that outline the Kitchen's programs and events.

 

Calendars and Newsletters

June 1972

 
Kitchen Calendar June 1972

One of twenty calendars that outline the Kitchen's programs and events.

 

Articles and Essays

SR

Mary Breasted

Dec 2, 1972

 
Mary Breasted, "Ms. Moorman's Water Music."
SR (December 2, 1972):19-20

The author of this article is unimpressed by the 9th Annual Avant Garde Festival and describes in some detail Nam June Paik's TV Bed and Shigeko Kubota's Video Birthday Party (60th) for John Cage.

 

Articles and Essays

 
Schedule for the Open Circuits conference at MOMA, 1974
 

Program Notes

September 28-October 14, 1973

 
Second Annual Women's Video Festival: Program
(September 28-October 14, 1973)

This document is the program for the second Women's Video Festival, held at the Loguidice Gallery from September 28-October 14, 1973.

 

Press Release

 
Press release for Shigeko Kubota works at EAI's Video Project Space at X Initiative during October 2009.
 

Poster

 

Shigeko Kubota, Live and Videotape Concert and Jud Yalkut Video Piece (June 30, 1972)

The first page of this black and white poster announces a "live and videotape concert" by Shigeko Kubota, with the titles Videotape 1,2: Cage-Tudor-Duchamp, Europe on half-inch a Day. The second page announces a video piece by Jud Yalkut entitled The Astrolabe of God, which shown on the same night at The Kitchen. Images from each work are included.

 

Press Release

Maryse Holder

September 1972

 
Included in A Kinetic History: The EAI Archives Online, Sponsored Projects, Women's Video Festivals.
This alternate-version press release for the 1972 Women's Video Festival presents a list of the participating artists.
 

Program Notes

1972

 
Plan of the 9th Annual Avant Garde Festival
(1972)

This document shows where the participating artists will perform or exhibit during the 9th Annual Avant Garde Festival; a program is also included.

 

Printable Catalogues

 
Works by Eleanor Antin, Seoungho Cho, Dan Graham, Shigeko Kubota, Paul McCarthy, Bruce Nauman, Tony Oursler, Martha Rosler, and others.
 

Press Release

 
Press release for Shigeko Kubota's Rock Video: Cherry Blossom on The High Line.
 

Screening Lists and Schedules

Feb 26, 2002

 
Screening list for retrospective of early video works from the EAI Archives presented by MoMA in February 2002.
 

Printable Catalogues

 
Works by Michael Bell-Smith, Nancy Holt, General Idea, Dan Graham, Gordon Matta-Clark, Shana Moulton, Takeshi Murata, Seth Price, Martha Rosler, Carolee Schneemann, Michael Smith, Robert Smithson, Michael Snow, Ryan Trecartin, and Lawrence Weiner, among others.
 

Program Notes

 
Program Notes for SHIGEKO KUBOTA: Daylong Tribute Screening at EAI, September 19, 2015
 

Press Release

 
Press Release for SHIGEKO KUBOTA: Daylong Tribute Screening at EAI, September 9, 2015