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A conversation joseph beuys douglas davis and nam june paik 1974 34 min b w sound

A Conversation

Joseph Beuys, Douglas Davis, and Nam June Paik

1974, 34 min, b&w, sound

Documenta6 Satellite Telecast,





A conversation joseph beuys douglas davis and nam june paik 1974 34 min b w sound

Douglas Davis Still from The Last Nine Minutes, 1977«The Last Nine Minutes: Live performance for international satellite telecast, Documenta VI»



A conversation joseph beuys douglas davis and nam june paik 1974 34 min b w sound

USA, 1951–tall ships-Gary Hill"Hill's installations liberate video art from the confines of the screening room; his video projections and multimonitor, digitally edited imagery can awaken even the most dazed TV channel-surfers. Tall Ships was the one undisputed hit of Documenta IX and the 1993 Whitney Biennial, and remains one of the most compelling works of the last decade." - Art In America, June, 1995.