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Contemporary Art and the Moving Image

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Pipilotti Rist, “Pour Your Body Out,” 2008 Installation shot at MoMA

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Pipilotti Rist, “Pour Your Body Out,” 2008 Installation shot at MoMA

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Pipilotti Rist, “Pour Your Body Out,” 2008, Video still

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Bell & Howell 256 8mm Projector 1963

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Sony Video Rover DV -2400 Portapak 1967

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Eva Hesse , “ Hang Up, ” 1966

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Carl Andre , Copper Squares, 1967

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Carl Andre installation at Hamburger Bahnhof

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Richard Serra, “ To Lift, ” 1967

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Richard Serra throwing molten lead at Leo Castelli warehouse, 1969

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Richard Serra, “Splashing,” 1968

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Richard Serra, “Corner Prop,” 1969

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Serra, “ Tilted Arc, ” 1981. Hot-rolled steel. Federal Plaza, Foley Square, NYC, removed in 1989

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Richard Serra, “Torqued Ellipse II ,” 1996; “Double Torqued Ellipse ,” 1997

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Richard Serra, “Cycle,” 2011

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Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty , Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1970

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Walter DeMaria , “ Lightening Field, ” 1971-77. Western New Mexico.

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude, “ Wrapped Coast, ” Little Bay, Sydney, Australia, 1968-69

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude , “Valley Curtain ,” Rifle, Colorado, 1970

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John Baldessari, “What is Painting,” 1966-68

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Joseph Kosuth, “ One and Three Chairs, ” 1965

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Kaprow’s “18 Happenings in 6 Parts,” Reuben Gallery, NYC, 1959

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Allan Kaprow, “Yard,” 1961

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Adrian Piper, “ Catalysis, ” 1970 , NYC

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Adrian Piper, “ Catalysis ” 1970, NYC

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Richard Serra throwing molten lead at Leo Castelli warehouse, 1969

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Richard Serra, “Hand Catching Lead,” 1968 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NBSuQLVpK4

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Nam June Paik

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“Fluxus Manifesto,” by George Maciunas, 1963

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George Maciunas, “Piano Activities,” 1962

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John Cage (1912-1992)

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John Neff Performing 4'33" by John Cage

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John Cage, “Prepared Piano,” c. 1938

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Nam June Paik, “Exposition of Music – Electronic Television,” 1963

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Nam June Paik, “Magnet TV,” 1965

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Nam June Paik, “TV Cello,” 1967 (played by Charlotte Moorman)

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Nam June Paik, “TV Bra for Living Sculpture (Worn by Charlotte Moorman),” 1969

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Pope Paul VI, 1965, New York City

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Nam June Paik, “Zen for TV,” 1963

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Barnett Newman, Onement I, 1948

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Nam June Paik, “TV Buddha,” 1974

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Nam June Paik, “TV Garden,” 1974-78

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Nam June Paik, “TV Fish,” 2004

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Nam June Paik, “Electronic Superhighway,” 1995 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= cj3m_iRXMaY

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Yoko Ono, “Cut Piece,” 1964, Tokyo

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Yoko Ono, “Painting to be Stepped On,” 1961

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Yoko Ono, “Sky TV,” 1966

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Yoko Ono, “Fly,” 1970. Film stills. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= NANDNspWDJc

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Yoko Ono, “Voice Piece for Soprano,” 2010, MoMA

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Yoko Ono, “Wish Trees,” 2010

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Robert Whitman, “Shower,” 1964

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Anthony McCall, “Line Describing a Cone,” 1973

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Anthony McCall, “Line Describing a Cone,” 1973

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Bruce Nauman, “ Art Make-Up No. 1, White (1967), 16 mm film, color, silent; 10 min

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Changing Light Corridor with Rooms  1971

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Bruce Nauman, “Green Light Corridor,” 1970

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Bruce Nauman, “Live-Taped Video Corridor,” 1970 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 9IrqXiqgQBo

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Bruce Nauman, “Anthro-Socio,” 1991 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyiZD4Q3Mdk&noredirect=1

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Dan Graham, “ Opposing Mirrors and Video Monitors on Time Delay,” 1974 / 1993

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Bill Viola, “Theater of Memory,” 1985 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= b4a9i58IdIY

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Bill Viola, “ The Crossing, ” 1996 http://www.sfmoma.org/explore/multimedia/videos/ 9

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Bill Viola, “Tree of Knowledge,” 1997

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Bill Viola, “Quintet of the Unseen,” 2000

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Hieronymus Bosch, “Christ Mocked (The Crowning of Thorns),” c. 1490-1500

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Andrea Mantegna, “Adoration of the Magi,” 1495–1505

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Dieric Bouts, “Mater Dolorosa,” 1470-75

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Bill Viola, “Quintet of the Unseen,” 2000 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MR9av- I35ME

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Bill Viola, “Ocean without a Shore (Still),” Venice Biennale 2007 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6- V7in9LOb I

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Tony Oursler, “Submerged,” 1996 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= Dqz71gFKtcs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= QzXfs2AfDjE

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Tony Oursler, “Guilty,” 1995 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbj-Nsqg11E&feature= related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbZ6Mi0WDuo

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Tony Oursler, “The Influence Machine,” 2000 Madison Square Park, New York City http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= xvzArly7Km8

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Tony Oursler, Milano PAC, 2011 http://www.tonyoursler.com/individual_work_slideshow.php?navItem=work&workId=242&startDateStr=Mar.%2018,%202011&subSection=Installations&allTextFlg=false&title=Milano% 20PAC

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Pipilotti Rist, “Ever is Over All,” 1997 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a56RPZ_cbdc

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Pipilotti Rist, “Open my Glade (Flatten),” 2000 Times Square, NYC

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Christian Marclay, “The Clock,” 2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp4EUryS6ac http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rB3CgEnxnYY

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series, I Am Its secre t, 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series , 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series , 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series , 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series , 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series , 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from Woman of Allah Series , 1993

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Shirin Neshat, from “Women of Allah” series, 1994

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Shirin Neshat, “Fervor,” 2000. Film still.

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Shirin Neshat, “Fervor,” 2000. Film still.

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Shirin Neshat, “Fervor,” 2000. Film still.

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Shirin Neshat, “Fervor,” 2000. Film still.

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Pierre Huyghe, “The Third Memory,” 2000

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Still from “Dog Day Afternoon,” 1975 starring Al Pacino

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Pierre Huyghe, “Aquarium Project,” 2010

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Pierre Huyghe, “Aquarium Project,” 2010

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Mark Leckey, “GreenScreenRefridgeratorAction,” 2010

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Jon Kessler, “Gisele and the Cinopticon,” 2004

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Takeshi Murata, “I, Popeye,” 2010 (Video Still)

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Slater Bradley, “Shadow,” 2010

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Anahita Razmi, “China Girl,” 2009

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Trisha Brown, “Roof Piece,” 1971

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