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'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)
'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)
'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)
'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)
'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)
'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)
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'Video Art: The First Fifty Years' (2020)

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This survey work offers the story of video art, from its beginnings in the late 1960s through its continuing transformation in the twenty-first century. Considering the inception of the medium and its broader implications as a field of practice, Barbara London considers such wide-ranging themes as narrativity, identity politics, globalism, and film’s futurity.
 
20.3 x 13.7cm | 280 pages | hardcover
 
Barbara London is a curator, writer, and sound art advocate. She founded the video exhibition and collection programs at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and oversaw the acquisition of more than 500 media artworks during her tenure at the institution. In 2013, she was appointed critic at Yale School of Art.