The EAI Collection

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U&I dOt cOm

Branda Miller

1999, 18:42 min, color, sound

 

U.S. Sweat

Shalom Gorewitz

1982, 16:10 min, color, sound

 

UAKTI-Bolero

Eder Santos

1987, 6:49 min, color, sound

 

UH-OH!

Julie Zando

1994, 38 min, color, sound

 

Un ange passe

Marie André 

1985, 41:05 min, color, sound

Un ange passe is a vivid observation of the social and sexual economies of prostitution, an indelibly envisioned narrative set in the Veemarkt harbor quarter of Antwerp. André tells the story of the prostitute Anita, who displays herself in a "show window" on the square and engages in a...

 

Un Chien Délicieux

Ken Feingold

1991, 18:45 min, color, sound

 

Unconcerned

Seoungho Cho

2014, 19:28 min, color, sound, HD video

Seoungho Cho writes: "This work is based on an attempt to psychologically document my routine but unconscious line of questioning as to if I were a nonbeliever. At one of the holiest places in the world, the birthplace of the Buddha, Rumbini in Nepal, I find apathy in the tension between my...

 

Under Lock and Key

Beth B

1994, 30:15 min, color, sound

 

Under-History Lessons

Vito Acconci 

1976, 21:25 min, Audio CD

Playing both the teacher and the students, Acconci enacts a series of short lessons, from "Lesson 1: Let's Believe We're in This Together" to "Lesson 12: Let's be Oppressed," offering an ideosyncratic take on the ideological underpinnings of American education and society.

Under-History...

 

Underscan

Nancy Holt

1973-74, 9:12 min, b&w, sound

Holt writes: "In Underscan, time and the visual image are compressed. A series of photographs of my Aunt Ethel's home in New Bedford, MA had been videotaped, and re-videotaped while being underscanned. (The underscanning device is a structural framework particular only to video; it compresses...

 

Undertone

Vito Acconci 

1973, 34:12 min, b&w, sound

One of Acconci's most compelling works, Undertone is a confrontational attempt to engage the viewer in an intimate, ultimately perverse relation with the artist. Acconci sits at the end of a long table, arms hidden underneath, facing the camera/viewer. Looking down, he begins a hypnotic...

 

Unfinished

Sophie Calle. In collaboration with Fabio Balducci.

2005, 30:14 min, color, sound, English and French with English subtitles.

Upon receiving a series of photographs taken from an ATM security camera, Calle becomes involved in a perplexing fifteen-year investigation. She manages to steal three surveillance tapes, and interacts with strangers, bank employees, and a pawn shop merchant in an attempt to clarify the meaning...

 

Unguarded Moments

Shalom Gorewitz

1996, 10 min, color, sound

 

Unity Through Strength

Pier Marton

1981-82, 6:30 min, color, sound

 

Unrendered, Media Offline

Seoungho Cho

2009, 7:42 min, color, sound, HD video

In this video, Cho conjures a frightening world of humans engulfed by electronic lights and flares. At first, the silhouettes of men and women passing in front of an electronic billboard are inter-cut with flashes of neon signs and the glowing filament of a light bulb. The rapid-fire editing...

 

Untitled

Seoungho Cho

2004, 12:22 min, color, sound

With Untitled, Seoungho Cho continues to refine and heighten the issues he has long pursued in his quietly beautiful work. The source material for this video was filmed in a Korean factory and at Information Technology College in Pusan, Korea, with extensive use of macro-focus and close-up....

 

Untitled (Dec. 29, 1993)

Robert Beck 

1999, 3:30 min, b&w, sound

Untitled haphazardly records two lessons: one a father’s instruction to son on the proper handling of a firearm, the other a son’s instruction to father on how to use home-video equipment. The firearm instruction is recorded with the lens-cap accidentally left on, replacing the image with a...

 

Untitled (Pink Dot)

Takeshi Murata

2007, 5 min, color, sound

In Untitled (Pink Dot), Murata transforms footage from the 1982 Sylvester Stallone film Rambo: First Blood into a morass of seething electronic abstraction. Subjected to Murata's meticulous digital reprocessing, the action scenes decompose and are subsumed into an almost palpable, cascading...

 

Untitled (Project for the Andy Warhol Museum)

Alex Bag 

1996, 22 min, color, sound

In Untitled (Project for the Andy Warhol Museum), Bag replicates the experience of channel-surfing, portraying a gamut of TV personalities (daytime and late-night talk show hosts and guests, a veejay, a singer in a music video, a screen actress making the promotional rounds for her new release,...

 

Untitled (Project for the Whitney Museum)

Alex Bag 

2009, 38 min, color, sound

 

Untitled (Silver)

Takeshi Murata

2006, 11 min, b&w, sound

Takeshi Murata employs precise digital processing to create astonishing hallucinatory visions. In Untitled (Silver), Murata subjects a snippet of footage from a vintage horror film (Mario Bava's 1960 Mask of Satan, featuring Barbara Steele) — to his exacting yet almost violent digital...

 

Untitled (Spring 94)

Alex Bag 

1994, 30 min, color, sound

Combining camcorder video and Pixelvision, Bag begins to formulate her distinctive performance-based parodies in Untitled (Spring 94), as she pinpoints the banality of mid-1990s' pop phenomena—the prose of Mick Jagger's autobiography, "art" for sale through Columbia House's mail-order service,...

 

Untitled Fall '95

Alex Bag 

1995, 57 min, color, sound

In Untitled Fall '95, Bag, at the time an art student, "plays" Bag the art student. In a series of deadpan performances, Bag gathers fragments of pop detritus, fashioning a thoroughly mediated document that is at once a celebration and a record of loss. With the narrative inevitability of a TV...

 

Untitled Game

JODI

1996-2001, sound, CD-ROM

"Untitled Game is a set of modifications, or 'mods,' of the video game Quake 1. There are 13 versions of the piece for PC and 12 for Mac.

Untitled Game was made just as game modifications began to gain widespread recognition as an art form unto itself. JODI made the piece by altering the...

 

Untitled Street Legal

JODI

2004, 16 min, color, sound

 

Up To and Including Her Limits

Carolee Schneemann

1976, 29 min, color, sound

 

Upsidedown and Backwards

Joan Jonas

1980, 29:03 min, color, sound

 

Upstairs #1

Alex Hubbard

2010, 6:21 min, color, sound

 

URA ARU (the backside exists)

Gary Hill

1985-86, 28:30 min, color, sound

 

Urban Peasants

Ken Jacobs

1975, 51 min, b&w, sound

Ken Jacobs writes: "Filmed by Stella Weiss and family, chance-assembled from uncut 100-foot film-rolls. Sound precedes and follows silent image (40 minutes of image plus 12 minutes of sound). My wife Flo's family as recorded by her Aunt Stella. The title is no intended put-down but a simple...