No. 33

Mary Lucier: Video Installations

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In our media age, video has become the conduit for “cutting edge” art. Mary Lucier, a pioneer in this new medium, talks about her evocative, lyrical imagery and sculptural installations. On this program, ART/new york covers “Wilderness” a video installation exhibited widely, and seen most recently, at the Greenberg/Wilson Gallery in New York City. Also included are segments of “Ohio at Giverny” an earlier installation piece and an interview with Andy Grundberg, photography critic for The New York Times.

  • Technical Aspects: DVD format, NTSC 4:3, all region, scene selection
  • Duration: 28 minutes
  • © 1991 Inner-Tube Video

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