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4 (April 1998): 91. Emily Roysdon, “Ecstatic Resistance,” in Abstraction, ed. Maria Lind, Documents of Contemporary Art (London: Whitechapel and Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013), 222. Text from Ecstatic Resistance, typographic poster work (2009) reprinted in Microhistorias y macromundos, vol. 3, Abstract Possible, ed. pdf. 5. Maria Lind, “Introduction,” in Abstraction, 10. Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964), 7. Riffing off McLuhan’s famous statement, in 1969, WGBH television invited six artists to work with television technicians for the creation of “The Medium is the Medium,” one of the earliest examples of collaboration between public television and the emerging field of video art in the United States.
8. Al Robbins, “Anticata/Strophe” (October 3–19, 1980), Program Note, New American Filmmakers Series (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1980). 9. , The Luminous Image: An Exhibition of Video Installations by 22 Artists, catalogue (Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1984), 153, 155. 2 8 • T r a n s m i s s i o n 3 JOSEPH KOSUTH’S THE SECOND INVESTIGATION IN VANCOUVER (1969) Art on TV John C. Welchman The following discussion of Joseph Kosuth’s exhibition at the Douglas Gallery in Vancouver in the fall of 1969 has two important contexts.
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