Category Dorsky exhibit

Feminism and Early Video: Bumps on a Level Playing Field

Recently, I met scholar Deirdre Boyle, to discuss how the Dorsky exhibition can generate more discussion on the Videofreex and early video history. This would continue the momentum that Deirdre initiated with her essential book Subject to Change: Guerrilla Television Revisited (1997), and more recently as a participant in the SVA symposium We’re All Videofreex: […]

Freex Out! : Social Engagement and Public Program Planning

We held our first meeting at SUNY New Paltz on April 24, 2014 to present exhibition themes to campus and off-campus partners, and to introduce ideas for related public programs and participatory activities. Engagement opportunities are essential for the success of Videofreex: The Art of Guerilla Television. Perhaps the most important contribution that Freex made […]

Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz hosts the exhibition “Videofreex: The Art of Guerrilla Television” in 2015

Greetings fellow Freex and fans! My name is Andrew Ingall. I’ll be contributing intermittently to the blog during the development of the exhibition “Videofreex: The Art of Guerilla Television” which will be on view at the Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz from February 7-July 21, 2015. I’m honored to serve as guest curator […]