Tag Archives: Parry Teasdale

Videofreex: A Foundation for Participatory Art and Social Engagement

“Videofreex: A Foundation for Participatory Art and Social Engagement”:  Skip’s report to the Videofreex re: museum event in March. Rhea’s apology to the Videofreex in May: Sorry for posting so late!   Skip’s report The panel at Dorsky on Sunday [March 8, 2015], organized by Janis Benincasa and attended by Dorsky director Sara Pasti and […]

Videofreex and friends gather in NYC

  Thanks to a New York City visit by Videofreex member David Cort (a.k.a. DC), a small reunion took place on May 22. Fellow member Skip Blumberg wrote the message below to the group. Parry is of course Videofreex member Parry Teasdale, and the “doc” is the feature-length documentary Here Come the Videofreex. The report: […]

Fred Hampton on Black Panther Party leadership

“We don’t produce buffoons, we produce leaders,” says Fred Hampton, a 21-year-old leader of the Black Panther Party in Illinois, to the Videofreex in 1969. “…It’s a type of flowing power.” By special request, here is a clip from that video. The full interview is available from the Video Data Bank in Chicago.   NOTE: Videos or images that […]