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Colorful Colorado (1974) - Phil Morton

This is a example of early video art using the color capability of the Sandin Analogue Image Processor - the "Color IP".

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jonCates Sept. 23 2009 12:02Reply

Colorful Colorado by Phil Morton is among the works being made available, preserved + archived through the Phil Morton Memorial Research Archive that i founded in 2007 after receiving a generous donation of Phil Morton's personal video archive/database from Morton's surviving partner Barb Abramo. the Phil Morton Memorial Research Archive is located in The Film, Video & New Media Department of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. videos + original research are available online:

COPY-IT-RIGHT: the Phil Morton Memorial Research Archive - jonCates (2007 - present)

// jonCates
Assistant Professor
Film, Video & New Media
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

* criticalartware was a collaborative media art histories research & artware development lab based in Chicago from 2002 - 2007. we interviewed + facilitated discourse between Kate Horsfield, low-fi, Sherry Miller Hocking, Peter Luining, Dan Sandin, Josh Goldberg, Jane Veeder, Josh Kit Clayton, Tom Betts, Golan Levin, Olga Goriunova, Alexei Shulgin, matthew fuller, Rene Beekman, Joe Gilmore, Simon Yuill, Sergey Teterin, LoVid, JODI, FM3 + Netochka Nezvanova to name a few. @ the turn of the 21rst century we defended + proposed hyperthreaded hystories of [connections/ruptures/dislocations] between early moments of Artware + other instruction sets such as Fluxus, Conceptualism, early Video Art, etc…

from 2007 - present, criticalartware is an artware demo crew from Chicago. we can be found @ NOTACON + BLOCKPARTY + online: http://criticalartware.net

Dennis Sept. 27 2009 13:40Reply

Awesome. And 10 years later we got Max Headroom.