"Edited at EAI": Artist to Artist

Gerry Schum @ EAI

Video works by Robert Beck, Cheryl Donegan, Ursula Hodel, Nam June Paik, Seth Price, Carolee Schneemann, Trevor Shimizu, and Michael Smith, followed by a conversation with Robert Buck and Cheryl Donegan.

"Edited at EAI": Artist to Artist highlights the rich collaborative process and the creative relationships between artists and the artists/editors with whom they worked, through the lens of EAI's editing facility. Video works by Cheryl Donegan, Ursula Hodel, Nam June Paik, Carolee Schneemann, and Michael Smith—all edited at EAI—will be shown together with works by Robert Beck, Seth Price and Trevor Shimizu, three internationally recognized artists who spent formative years as EAI editors. Featuring works from the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s, Artist to Artist is the second in EAI's ongoing "Edited at EAI" program series. Artists Robert Buck and Cheryl Donegan will be in conversation following the screening.

Organized in conjunction with EAI's 45th anniversary, the "Edited at EAI" series highlights a historically significant but less well-known area of EAI's programs: EAI's Editing Facility for artists, one of the first such creative workspaces for video in the United States.

Robert Beck, Song Poem (Trip Visits), 2001
  Thursday, June 16, 2016

6:30 pm

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI)
535 West 22nd Street, 5th Fl.
New York, NY 10011


$7/ $5 Students
Free for Members

RSVP: info@eai.org


Pinea Silva, Carolee Schneemann, 2012, 9:27 min, color
Somebody's Baby, Trevor Shimizu, 2011, 4 min, color
Industrial Synth, Seth Price, 2000-01,16:37 min, color
Analogue Assemblage, Nam June Paik, 2000, 2:08 min, color
Godiva, Ursula Hodel, 1997, 4:31 min, color
Bigmouth Strikes Again, Robert Beck, 1995, 11 min, color
OYMA (Outstanding Young Men of America), Michael Smith, 1996, 9:23 min, color
Rehearsal, Cheryl Donegan, 1994, 14:25 min, color
Song Poem (Trips Visits), Robert Beck, 2001, 6 min, color

Total Running Time: 77 min


Across five decades, an extraordinary group of artists has used EAI's facility to create some of the most significant works in media art's diverse alternative histories. Many more of these artists and works will be featured in subsequent screenings throughout our 45th anniversary year.


About EAI

Celebrating our 45th anniversary in 2016, Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) is a nonprofit arts organization that fosters the creation, exhibition, distribution, and preservation of moving image art. A New York-based international resource for media art and artists, EAI holds a major collection of over 3,500 new and historical media artworks, from groundbreaking early video by pioneering figures of the 1960s to new digital projects by today's emerging artists. EAI works closely with artists, museums, schools and other venues worldwide to preserve and provide access to this significant archive. EAI services also include viewing access, educational initiatives, extensive online resources, technical facilities, and public programs such as artists' talks, screenings, and multi-media performances. EAI's Online Catalogue is a comprehensive resource on the artists and works in the EAI collection, and features expansive materials on media art's histories and current practices: www.eai.org


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EAI's Public Programs are supported in part by the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council. EAI also receives program support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.


"Edited at EAI": Artist to Artist, June 16, 2016, Press Release