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A Fatal Attraction

Art and the Media
May 02 – June 12, 1982

 
 
Sun, May 2, 19825:00 pm

Opening Reception


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Sun, May 16, 198212:00 pm

Screening


Location: The Renaissance Society
Admission: free
 
Video and film works by Dara Birnbaum, Barbara Bloom, Eric Bogosian, Jack Goldstein, and Michael Smith will be screened. They will also be shown May 23, 12-4 pm.

Dara Birnbaum
Kiss the Girls: Make Them Cry, 1979
3/4 inch videotape cassette, color, sound, NTSC, 7 minutes

Technology Transformation: Wonder Woman, 1978
3/4 inch videotape cassette, color sound, NTSC, 7 minutes

Pop-Pop-Video: General Hospital/Olympic Women Speed Skating, 1980
3/4 inch videotape cassette, color sound, NTSC, 6 minutes

Pop-Pop-Video: Kojak/Wang, 1980
3/4 inch videotape cassette, color sound, NTSC, 4 minutes

Remy/Grand Central: Trains and Boats and Planes, 1980
3/4 inch videotape cassette, color sound, NTSC, 4 minutes

Barbara Bloom
The Diamond Lane, 1981
35mm, color; written/directed by Barbara Bloom; produced by Tom Burghard--Largo Films, NL; camera: Theo van de Sande; Music: Peter Gordon; consultant: Van Lagestein; starring: Susan Davis, Eric Fischl, Marianne e Graaf, Cees van Hoorn; laborator: Cineco, NL

Eric Bogosian
Selections from Ricky Paul Show, November 1979
Videotape of performance
Selections from Men Inside, April 1981
Videotape of performance
The New World, May 1981
Videotape of performance
On the Air, Live at Club 57, December 1981
Videotape of performance

Jack Goldstein
Space Time Diety, 1973
16mm, color, sound
Portrait of Pere Tanguy, 1974
16mm, color, sound
White Dove, Shane, A Ballet Shoe, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, The Knife, The Chair, 1974
16mm, color, sound
Bone China, 1974
16mm, color, sound
The Jump, 1974
16mm, color, sound

Michael Smith
It Starts at Home, 1982
3/4 inch videotape cassette, color, stereo sound
 

   
   
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