A new book published by Bloomsbury this month includes my chapter Sound & Vision: Early Artists’ Video and Music. Link to the book on the Bloomsbury Site
I have recently conducted an interview with pioneering artist Beryl Korot about the relationship between her video work and music, in particular her collaborative projects with her husband, composer Steve Reich on The Cave (1993) and Three Tales (2002). Click here to view
My interview with Media Artist John Sanborn is posted in the Interviews with Video Artists section of this web site. To view, click this link.
L’Émergence de l’art vidéo en Europe : historiographie, théorie, sources et archives, Bibliothèque nationale de France, May 25th & 26th, 2016.
I will be presenting a paper on early artists’ video in the UK on May 25th. Here is the programme for the two-day event which will be held at the Bibliothèque nationale de France and the Institut national d’histoire de l’art May 25th: A. Historiographies nationales et transnationales Présidente de séance : Larisa Dryansky […]
Japan Video Society of Video Art Research Association, Tokyo. October 12 , co-lab Shibuya atelier 2F Conference Room 3, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Udagawacho 42-6)
Presentation by Dr Chris Meigh-Andrews (Professor Emeritus, University of Central Lancashire and Visiting Professor, University of the West of England ) Japan Video Society of Video Art Research Association, Tokyo. October 12, 2015 (Mon) 17:00 to 19:30 Venue: co-lab Shibuya atelier 2F Conference Room 3 (Shibuya-ku, […]
A view of the audience of the launch at Eyebeam in New York. The launch included a panel discussion with Peter Campus, Terry Flaxton, Mary Lucier, Beryl Korot, Lori Zippay and myself.
The 2nd Edition of my book A History of Video Art will be launched in the USA at the Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, 540 W 21st St. New York, NY 10011 . For further info click on this link. In anticipation of Eyebeam’s upcoming collaboration with Moving Image Fair, New York, March 6th – […]
Here are some photos of last night’s launch party in the Lethaby Gallery at CSM. Many thanks to David Curtis and Steven Ball at the British Artists’ Film and Video Study Collection, Louisa Baily at Luminous Books and all those who came along to help make it a great evening!
The 2nd edition of A History of Video Art will be launched at the British Artists’ Film and Video Study Collection, Lethaby Gallery, Central St Martins, London N1C 4AA on Thursday, Jan 9th, 6-9pm. There will also be an open evening to showcase the Study Collection’s extensive archive and their new facilities. All Welcome.