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Lannan Foundation Lecture Video Art
The Lannan Foundation in collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions hosts a panel discussion on video art....

Lannan Foundation Lecture Video Art

The Lannan Foundation in collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions hosts a panel discussion on video art. Filmmaker, video artist and writer Erika Suderburg leads the discussion with video artist Bruce Yonemoto, film historian David James, art historian Amelia Jones, and curator Carole Ann Klonarides. The conversation revolves around the definition of video art, its difference from other arts, video arts history and future.

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The Lannan Foundation in collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions hosts a panel discussion on video art. Video...
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Art Historian and USC professor David James discusses video art. James discusses the material nature of video. He explains its...
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Art historian Amelia Jones discusses the chronology of video art and the role of video as an extension of cybernetics, film,...
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Video artist Bruce Yonemoto discusses narcissism, objectivity, technology, and Rosalind Krauss. Yonemoto shows several video clip...