Founded in 1976 at the inception of the media arts movement, the Video Data Bank is the leading resource in the United States for videotapes by and about contemporary artists. The collections include seminal works that, seen as a whole, describe the development of video as an art form originating in the late 1960s and continuing to the present.
The first printed catalog of the Video Data Bank's complete holdings, Feedback offers readers essays on the history of media arts, the Video Data Bank, video activism, experimental performance art, and the On Art and Artists Collection. It includes 325 frame grabs and stills from some of the collection's most important pieces and outlines the styles and directions taken by artists throughout the entire history of video art. An indispensable guide and reference for artists, students, teachers, and collectors, Feedback is an essential book for any film and video bookshelf.
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Historic documentation of the development of art-based, activist, and alternative media in the U.S.From the Back Cover:
"Feedback should be in the library of every media scholar, teacher, and curator who ever addresses late twentieth century media art, performance art, or documentary. I would certainly recommend it to anyone in that position and will be delighted to possess a copy myself." —Margaret Morse, University of California, Santa Cruz
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