Tag Archives: Skip Blumberg
“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 […]
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.
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 […]
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: […]
Skip screened the Videofreex Pirate TV Show piece again soon after its debut, this time at Hunter College in New York City. Here is his report: There was another excellent screening of the Freex Pirate TV Show last night to 30 or so grad students and faculty at Hunter College Integrated Media program. It was […]
Thwarted but not deterred by cancellation of its intended premier, Videofreex Pirate TV Show — 21st Century Re-Edit debuted on November 14. Videofreex member Skip Blumberg screened the 77-minute montage of the group’s work at Framingham State University in Massachusetts in a lecture sponsored by the Communication Arts Department, the Art & Music Department, The […]
Videofreex members travel across the country and around the world to introduce screenings of their work, lead workshops, and present on panels. When the prodigal member returns, he or she emails a candid report to the group. Videofreex.com will feature these event reports from time to time, complete with a unique Videofreex style, winks to […]