Filters: First Letter Of Keyword is P [Clear All Filters]
Has TV Finally Become An Art?" California Living (1973)."
Healing Interactions and Interactive Digital Art - News and Project Statement." Afterimage (2001)."
Hidden Treasure - 3 Flights Up." Press & Sun Belletin (2005)."
Histories of New Media Art. NY, NY: Rhizome DIgest, 2004.
Hocking is "Champion of the Arts"." unknown (1989)."
How to Keep Experimental Video on PBS National Programming. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
I Model; You Take My Picture." CEPA Journal (1988)."
Independent Mandate. Presented at the Conference Television Makers and Public Communications Policy.. NY, NY: Rockefeller Foundation, 1979.
Information, Works and Activities: Experimental Television Center. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art, 1976.
Interview by Aldo Tambellini In Boston Now - Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston, Massachusetts: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1983.
Interview mit dem Medientheoretiker Gerald O'Grady. In German." Springerin, no. 3 (2000)."
Interview with Carol Goss and Walter Wright. Benton Bainbridge/Pulsating OK, 1998.
Interview with David Jones., 2005.
An Interview with George Stoney." Afterimage (1984)."
Interview with Jud Yalkut. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse New Times, 1972.
Interview with Nancy Meli Walker: Jamming with The Poool and NNeng. Video Art Research Project, 1998.
Interview with Peer Bode., 1995.
Interview with Ralph Hocking., 2006.
Interview with Steina Vasulka. Vasulka Archive online, 1995.
Interview with Steina Vasulka., 1995.
Interview with Walter Wright. Pulsating Okay, 1998.
Interviews at the Video History: Making Connections Conference. Interviews conducted by Kathy High with Richard Fung, Tony Conrad, Richard Simmons, Connie Coleman, Peer Bode, Lisa Steele, Kim Tomczak, Sara Hornbacher, Ardele Lister, Rita Myers.. ETC, 1998.
Interviews at the Video History: Making Connections Conference. Interviews Conducted by Kathy High with Jean Haynes, Carlota Schoolman, Chris Hill.. ETC, 1998.
Introduction to The Frontier 1979-1980. Buffalo, NY: Media Study/Buffalo, 1980.
Iterations: The New Image., 1993.
Jazzing Up the Home Screen (Carol Goss)." Videography 4, no. 10 (1979)."