Jaime Davidovich

Jaime Davidovich was a conceptual, video and installation artist, as well as a pioneering activist for the potential of artist-run, local cable television programming. Davidovich was a founding member of Cable SoHo (1976) and president of the Artists' Television Network (1978). His own cable access show, a weekly variety program called The Live! Show, aired on Manhattan Cable Television from 1979 until 1984. In the guise of his alter-ego, Dr. Videovich, Davidovich hosted the show, which featured performances by and interviews with art world personalities, live phone-ins and a home-shopping segment from which he sold his collection of TV-related kitsch.   full biography


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1974, 34 min, color, silent
1975, 30 min, b&w, silent
1975, 11 min, b&w, sound, Spanish
1975, 7 min, b&w, sound
1980, 10:32 min, color, sound
1981, 10:30 min, color, sound
1982, 5:38 min, color, sound
1982, 5:32 min, color, sound
1982-83, 15:50 min, color, sound
1983, 27 min, color, sound
1983, 29 min, color, sound
1983, 22:27 min, color, sound
1983, 29:07 min, color, sound
1984, 21 min, color, sound