Steina and Woody Vasulka

Images

 
 

Articles and Essays

New York Times

David L. Shirey

Jul 4, 1972

 

David L. Shirey, "Video Art Turns to Abstract Imagery." New York Times (July 4, 1972): 6.

David L. Shirey reviews the Video Festival, organized by the Vasulkas, which was held at The Kitchen in July 1972.

 

Letter

Steina and Woody Vasulka

Jan 31, 1973

 

Interim Report (January 31, 1973)

This page contains a hand-written interim report sent by Steina & Woody Vasulka to Howard Wise, dated January 31, 1973. The report, on the Vasulkas' letterhead, gives an account of the work accomplished during the first half of the grant period, including conceptual work on new hardware, origination of six hours of video, four electronic image workshops at The Kitchen, and workshops with artists.

 

Poster

Dec 20, 1971

 

Electronic Compositions by Woody Vasulka and Best Live Video by Steina (December 20, 1971)

This poster announces an event featuring "electronic compositions" by Woody Vasulka and video by Steina at the Kitchen.

 

Invitation

Dec 6, 1972

 

"Sight and Sound--Communication, Mediated and Direct" (December 6, 1972)

This is an announcement for an evening of lectures and screenings at the Cooper Union Forum, the theme of which is "Video--An art form in its own right."

 

Notes and Descriptions

Steina and Woody Vasulka

March 1971

 

Discs (March 1971)

One of Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed descriptions of eleven experiments in electronic processing

 

Notes and Descriptions

Steina and Woody Vasulka

March 1971

 
Black Sunrise (March 1971)

One of Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed descriptions of eleven experiments in electronic processing.

 

Notes and Descriptions

Steina and Woody Vasulka

March 1971

 
Elements (November 1971)

One of Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed descriptions of eleven experiments in electronic processing.

 

Notes and Descriptions

Steina and Woody Vasulka

March 1971

 
Spaces I (April 1972)

One of Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed descriptions of eleven experiments in electronic processing.

 

Press Release

 
Press Release Letter (February 26, 1973)

This press release announces that the Midnight Opera Company is back in New York City and the Kitchen, to present new works mixed with the old repertoire on three March evenings.

 

Press Release

Mar 24, 1973

 
Press Release Letter (March 24, 1973)

This press release announces six performances by the Midnight Opera Company, held at the Kitchen from April 26-28, 1973. The following musicians are participating: Sam Burtis, Larry Chaplan, Buncey Devyatkin, Dimitri Devyatkin, Wayne Dockery, Joe Ferguson, Butch Jones, Michael Tschudin, Steina Vasulka and Chip White. In addition to the music there will be a visual rear screen projection by Pablo Lights and video and electronic images by Shrihdar Bapat, the Cooks, Dimitri Devyatkin, the Vasulkas and Jane and Walter Wright.

 

Notes and Descriptions

Steina and Woody Vasulka

March 1971

 

Shapes (March 1971)

One of Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed descriptions of eleven experiments in electronic processing.

 

Notes and Descriptions

 

Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Decay #1

 

Notes and Descriptions

 

Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Decay #2

 

Articles and Essays

 

Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Distant Activities.

 

Articles and Essays

 

Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Golden Voyage.

 

Articles and Essays

 

Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Home

 

Articles and Essays

 
Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Spaces I.
 

Articles and Essays

 

Steina and Woody Vasulka's typed description of Spaces II.

 

Review

September 1972

 
Women's Video Festival: Press Release
(September 14-30, 1972)

In this press release for the first Women's Video Festival at The Kitchen in 1972, Susan Milano announces that the Festival will present video works "created, produced or directed by women" that "cover the full spectrum of half-inch video applications, from video-verite to electronic abstraction." The release notes that the program will include a documentary on lesbian mothers, a tape about tattooing, a live video/dance event, and tapes on rape and abortion.

 

Program Notes

September 1972

 
Women's Video Festival: Program
(September 14-30, 1972)

This one-page document includes the program and calendar for the first Women's Video Festival, held at The Kitchen from September 14-30, 1972.