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Ear to the ground [and] The discreet charm of the diplomacy [and] Ringside [and] Sharkey's day [and] The best of William Wegman [and] Butō dance at Battersea Power Station

Title
Ear to the ground [and] The discreet charm of the diplomacy [and] Ringside [and] Sharkey's day [and] The best of William Wegman [and] Butō dance at Battersea Power Station [videorecording]
Publication
c1985.

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Moving imageUse in library *MGZIC 9-3269Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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Description
1 videocassette (U-matic, NTSC) (28 min.) : sd., col. and b&w; 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
Ringside (Choreographic work : Streb)
Subjects
Note
  • Telecast on the Alive from Off-Center series (program #1), produced by KTCA-TV/Minneapolis-St. Paul and Walker Art Center. Producer: Tom Adair. Executive producer: Melinda Ward. Executive in charge: Gerald Richman. Writer: Art Silverman. Host: Susan Stamberg.
Contents
CONTENTS: Ear to the ground (approx. 7 min.). Producers/directors: John Sanborn and Kit Fitzgerald. Conception/performance: David Van Tieghem. Recorded on location in New York. -- The discreet charm of the diplomacy (approx. 3 min.). Producer: Alan Kleinburg. Realization: Zbigniew Rybczynski. Performance piece for humans and animals. -- Ringside (approx. 2 min.). Produced by Character Generators/Video. Choreography/scenery/performance: Elizabeth Streb. Video conception/direction: Michael Schwartz. Lighting: Jan Kroeze. Recorded at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, New York, in 1984. -- Sharkey's day (approx. 5 min.). Producer/director/performer: Laurie Anderson. Art direction: Perry Hoberman. Video effects direction/videotape editing: Dean Winkler. -- The best of William Wegman (approx. 3 min., b&w and color). Perf. by Wegman and his Weimaraner Man Ray. -- Butō dance at Battersea Power Station (approx. 7 min.). An After Image, Channel Four production. Recorded on location in London. Perf. by Sankaï Juku.
Call Number
*MGZIC 9-3269
Title
Ear to the ground [and] The discreet charm of the diplomacy [and] Ringside [and] Sharkey's day [and] The best of William Wegman [and] Butō dance at Battersea Power Station [videorecording]
Imprint
c1985.
Summary
Premiere program of the series. After a brief introduction by Stamberg, who explains the series' goals, six videos featuring performance art or dance are screened.
Local Subject
Television. Alive from off-center.
Television. Ear to the ground.
Television. Discreet charm of the diplomacy.
Television. Ringside.
Television. Sharkey's day.
Television. Best of William Wegman.
Television. Butō dance at Battersea Power Station.
Local Subject
Videodance.
Animation (Cinematography)
Local Subject
Dogs.
Added Author
Van Tieghem, David. Conceptor
Van Tieghem, David. Performer
Streb, Elizabeth, choreographer. Designer. Performer
Anderson, Laurie, 1947- Producer. Director. Performer
Wegman, William. Performer
Stamberg, Susan, 1938- host.
Schwartz, Michael, videographer.
Sanborn, John, producer.
Sanborn, John, director.
Winkler, Dean. Videographer
Kroeze, Jan. Lighting designer
Fitzgerald, Kit. Producer
Fitzgerald, Kit. Director
Adair, Tom. Producer
Kleinburg, Alan. Producer
Sankaï Juku (Company)
Walker Art Center.
Added Title
Ringside (Choreographic work : Streb)
Research Call Number
*MGZIC 9-3269
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