Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-85)
The Pioneers of Pixels, Feedback, and Glitch
As part of Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-85) curated by Kelsey Halliday, we present three programs of film and video held in conjunction with the video works presented by Vox Populi at the Icebox Grey Area and the core
exhibition at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at University of the Arts on view from
October 8 – December 8.
A program of short films by animation, experimental film, and video art pioneers who unearthed new aesthetic realms through computer art, image processing, and appropriation.
Dir. Lilian Schwartz, US, 1972, 7 min.
Dir. Vasulkas Inc., US, 1979, 2 min.
Taking a Line for A Walk
Dir. Lesley Keen, UK, 1983, 10 min.
Dir. Mary Ross, US, 1982, 5 min.
Dir. Barbara Aronofsky Latham, US, 1978, 13 min.
Dir. Lynda Benglis, US, 1973, 9 min.
Dir. Doris Chase, US, 1972, 14 min.
PM Magazine/Acid Rock
Dara Birnbaum, US, 1980, 4 min.
If It's Too Bad to Be True it could be DISINFORMATION
Dir. Martha Rosler, US, 1985, 16 min.
Leaving the 20th Century
Dir. Max Almy, US, 1982, 11min.
Making/Breaking the Binary: Women, Art & Technology (1968-1985) is supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.