As part of their three month residency at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City, the traveling live TV studio and experimental art showcase, E.S.P. TV, present Remote Access, a one night participatory screening event heralding pioneers and unsung heroes of Pirate TV/Radio and Cable Access.
In addition to a program of hand-picked cable access oddities from around the world, the following presenters will be at this event sharing rarely seen material:
Jon Nealon and Jenny Raskin, producers of the documentary "Here Come the Videofreex!" present rare tapes from the Videofreex collective, widely regarded as the group responsible for the first Pirate TV station. Original member of Videofreex, Skip Blumberg will also be present.
Ingo Gunther presents footage from Kanal X, the first pirate TV station in the German Democratic Republic.
Musician, producer, analog guru and NYC mainstay, Lary 7, will bring tape recordings of pirate radio from mid-80s NYC from his private collection.
For advance ticket purchase please visit: http://madmuseum.org/events/remote- access
For more information on E.S.P. TV and other events in this residency please visit: www.esptvnyc.com
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