“Michael Snow: An Approachable Giant”

A special extended episode of the podcast How to Enjoy Experimental Film Special in tribute to filmmaker Michael Snow (1928-2023), focusing on four major works: “Rameau’s Nephew by Diderot Thanx to Denis Young by Wilma Schoen”, “So Is This”, “La Region Centrale” and the iconic “Wavelength”. Featuring interviews and analyses from: R. Bruce Elder Nicky […]

Double Acts:

Double Acts: Collaborative Partnerships in Early Artists’ Video, An On-Line Exhibition for Rewind Curated by Chris Meigh-Andrews Featuring: Brian Hoey and Wendy Brown; Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield; The Duvet Bros (Peter Boyd Maclean and Rik Lander); Gabrielle Bown and Chris Meigh-Andrews. 22 September 2023 – 13 October 2023

New Book Chapter

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

Interview with Beryl Korot

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

Interview with John Sanborn

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.

Research Seminar at Tokyo Video Center

                    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)

Book Launch at Eyebeam, New York, 27/2/14

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.