EAI pays tribute to Shigeko Kubota (1937-2015) with a daylong screening of her remarkable video works. The program, which spans a period of thirty-five years, includes Kubota's seminal "Broken Diary" pieces, such as Europe on ½" a Day (1972) and My Father (1973-75), as well as documents of her multi-media installations (1970-94), and videos such as Rock Video: Cherry Blossom (1986), in which she fuses nature and electronic processing. Honoring Kubota's life and art through a daylong immersion in her groundbreaking video works, the program will screen at multiple scheduled times throughout the day, and will be free and open to the public.
EAI will participate in The NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1, organized by Printed Matter. EAI's booth will feature DVDs, books, vinyl recordings and special items by artists including Ken Jacobs, Michael Bell-Smith, Zoe Beloff, Seth Price, Merce Cunningham, The Wooster Group, William Wegman, and C. Spencer Yeh, among many others. Charles Atlas will be present at 4pm on September 19 for a book signing.