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  • Music videos from around the globe. ...
  • "Mixed Bag"starting with live performances, one by Sheila Chandra (UK/India), followed by two Nordic groups, V#sen and Frigg, and rounded off with Lenine (Brazil). Then a samba lesson with Zuco 103, a confrontation with Ricardo Arjona, a sixties flashback with Dengue Fever, and a trip to Easter Island with Matato#A.
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  • ... Founder John Dorr placed early emphasis on feature-length videos , akin in style to traditional films. This was perhaps best epitomized ... screenings and events held at EZTV as well as original videos including: works by EZTV's artistic director James Williams that place ...
  • ... has long served as backdrop/ primary character in music videos . From Bob Dylan to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, take a look at a few videos that feature the region's urban environments. ...
  • John Wiese often uses silence in his videos as a means to evoke sound, forcing his audience out of the passive ... images have a strong sonic impression." Some of the videos do use sound. "The Tenses with John Wiese" is a twelve-minute ... video _context] In one of his newest videos , "Four Channel Sound Installation at the Getty," Wiese records his ...
  • ... own body, the action of intimate dramas. About half of his videos include other people. "I think a lot of the work is rooted in my ... as if to draw us in to that experience, in most of his videos , he stares into the camera, seemingly challenging or testing his ...
  • Artist Steve Roden explores order. His piece at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions overlays six new video pieces that are the result of an intertwining avant-garde composer John Cage, philosopher Walter Benjamin, and choreographer Martha Graham.
  • Artist Steve Roden explores order. His piece at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions overlays six new video pieces that are the result of an intertwining avant-garde composer John Cage, philosopher Walter Benjamin, and choreographer Martha Graham.

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