Terry Fox

Terry Fox was a central participant in the West Coast performance, video, and Conceptual Art movements of the late 1960s and early 1970s. His performance actions explore ritual and symbolic content in the objects, places, and natural phenomena of everyday life. In the 1974 Children's Tapes, a classic early work, Fox uses the intimate scale and real-time properties of video to enact a conceptual performance of everyday objects.   full biography


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1970, 21 min, b&w, sound
1974, 30 min, b&w, sound
1976, 33:04 min, color, sound
1976, 32:37 min, color, sound
1976, 32 min, color, sound
1976, 32:41 min, color, sound
1976, 32:45 min, color, sound