Tag Archives: Davidson Gigliotti

We’re All Videofreex: Changing Media & Social Change from Portapak to Smartphone

  By Davidson Gigliotti, 2013 Why are we still talking about the Videofreex? That was 40 years ago! Clearly, they did distinguish themselves or we would not be discussing them. Just how is a matter for all of you to decide, but the Videofreex began within a context of video activity also worth discussion, if […]

Videofreex featured on Clocktower Radio

Skip and Davidson appeared on Clocktower Radio this past weekend. Here Come the Videofreex co-creator Jon Nealon and Andrew Ingall, curator of the Videofreex exhibit at the Dorsky Museum, joined them. Check out their conversation at Second Sundays: Videofreex.

Quaking Aspens: An Autumnal Adventure in Archival Preservation

My involvement in the exhibition Videofreex: The Art of Guerrilla Television (February 7-July 12, 2015) has led to a new preservation initiative: the multi-channel installation Quaking Aspens. This came about as a result of a Google search related to filmmaker Shirley Clarke whose process-oriented work in video had a strong influence on the Freex. That search took me to a […]

More pics: Video processing Tools book launch and discussion

In addition to the joy of old photos resurfacing, seeing new images is a great benefit of this whole Videofreex Partnership. The bonus with the latter is that I was actually alive when the events happened! Here are two examples of brand new pictures, taken at a book launch for The Emergence of Video Processing […]