Mediamatic Magazine vol. 1 #3 1 Jan 1987
No subsidy? No Problem!
Dear artists, dear friends began a letter sent to the Canadian media magazine Video Guide by the video artist SERVAAS from Hoorn. The letter was an appeal for his foreign colleagues to send telegrams...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Simon Biggs 1 Jan 1987
The primal Code
SIMON BIGGS chose at the Den Haag and Bonn video festivals (both held during September 1986) a number of tapes and one performance, which lend themselves admirably to a theoretical textual approach.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Marie-Adèle Rajandream 1 Jan 1987
Travel in Light
Travelling evokes numerous thoughts and feelings: often exciting because one is facing the unknown, because one thinks about the new destination, and recalls one's previous journeys. At the...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Pim Jonker 1 Jan 1987
Song of Songs
During the last two weeks of September artists who have extended elements of their work into performances made presentations in the SHAFFY THEATRE in Amsterdam. One of them was the artist MICHAL...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Kees de Groot 1 Jan 1987
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Gerard Lakke 1 Jan 1987
FRANK en KOEN THEYS are staging a WAGNER's Ring des Nibelungen by video: Lied van mijn land (song of my soil/ chant of my country/ air of my earth/ hymn of my home?). Part one, Het Rijngoud...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Willem Velthoven 1 Jan 1987
Touch Screen Video
Video art costs time. Thus, it's more frequently presented in other situations than non- time based art forms, for instance: in cinema or theatrical setting. This article is seeking alternatives...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Karin Wortelboer 1 Jan 1987
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Friedemann Malsch 1 Jan 1987
The Bonn Videonal is a biannual videofestival that took place for the second time last fall. FRIEDEMANN MALSCH describes the set-up of the festival and spots media-specific developments in art video.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 Lidewijde de Smet 1 Jan 1987
At the last World Wide Video festival the Amsterdam artist KEES DE GROOT (1965), together with FRANK MORSSINKHOF presented De Vrouw van het Valtherpad . This installation differs strongly from his...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 1#3 1 Jan 1987
Video art should be watched in the living room. It's made for televisions, and televisions are made for living rooms. By this we don't mean that it should be broadcasted by one of the...