Day-Long Screening of Video Works at Dia:Chelsea bookshop

  Sunday, January 11, 2004
11 am - 6 pm

Dia:Chelsea bookshop

548 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011

  Dia and Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) will present a day-long screening of video works from EAI's collection. The videos to be screened feature works by artists who have participated in collaborative programming presented by Dia and EAI at Dia:Chelsea since the mid-1990s. Artists include Marina Abramovic, Joan Jonas, Gordon Matta-Clark, Kristin Lucas, Mike Kelley, and Dan Graham, among others. Admission is free.

The Dia:Chelsea bookshop is currently holding a closing sale, with a large selection of the inventory discounted up to 75%.

Works to be screened are as follows:

Peter Moore Stockhausen's Originale: Doubletakes, 1964-94, 30:05 min, b&w, sound
Bruce Nauman, Manipulating a Fluorescent Tube, 1969, 62 min, b&w, sound
Marina Abramovic, SSS, 1989, 6 min
Vito Acconci, Home Movies, 1973, 32:19 min, b&w, sound
Joan Jonas, Mirage 2, 1976/2000, 30 min, b&w, sound
Mike Kelley, Superman Recites Selections from 'The Bell Jar' and Other Works by Sylvia Plath, 1999, 7:19 min, color, sound
Kristin Lucas, Involuntary Reception, 2000, 16:45 min
Cheryl Donegan, Line, 1996, 14:20
Lynda Benglis, Female Sensibility, 1973, 14 min, color, sound
Joseph Beuys, Willoughby Sharp interview, 1975 27: 45
Gordon Matta-Clark, Substrait (Underground Dailies), 1976, 30 min, b&w and color, sound, 16 mm film
Tony Oursler, EVOL, 1984, 28:58 min, color, sound
Martha Rosler, A Budding Gourmet, 1974, 17:45
Carolee Schneemann, Water Light/Water Needle (Lake Mah Wah), 1966, 10 min, color, sound, 16 mm film
Dara Birnbaum, PM Magazine/Acid Rock, 1982, 4:09 min, color, sound
Dara Birnbaum, Artbreak, MTV Networks, Inc., 1987, 30 sec, color, sound
Dara Birnbaum, Transgressions, 1992, 60 sec, color, sound
Steina & Woody Vasulka, Studies, 1970-71 21:53
Dan Graham, Rock My Religion, 1982-1984, 55:27 min

Detailed information about all of these artists can be found at

About Dia

Dia Art Foundation was founded in 1974. A nonprofit institution, Dia plays a vital role among visual arts organizations nationally and internationally by initiating, supporting, presenting, and preserving art projects, and by serving as a primary locus for interdisciplinary art and criticism. In addition to presenting exhibitions and public programming at Dia:Chelsea, and its permanent collection at Dia:Beacon, Dia maintains long-term, site-specific projects in the western United States, in New York City, and on Long Island.

About EAI

EAI is a nonprofit media arts organization and a leading resource for video art and interactive media. EAI's core program is the worldwide distribution of a major collection of media art works, ranging from seminal works of the 1960s to new works by emerging artists. EAI's activities include extensive online resources, a video preservation program, free viewing access, and special screening events. For more information, please visit EAI's website at

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535 West 22nd Street, Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10011
(212) 337-0680
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