CAPS Video: Brady, Cohen, DeWitt, Levine, Gusella, Buckner, Hornbacher, Sorenson, Velez, Ramos, Schneider, Tsuchiya
Afterimage, Dec. 1980, v. 8, no. 5, pp. 8-9
A compilation of reviews of videotapes by the 1980 recipients of New York's CAPS (Creative Artists Program Service) grants, divided into three curatorial categories: Life In Art, Electronic Visions, and Video/Culture.
Life In Art comprises the autobiographical work: Thirty-Four Years by Mark Brady, A-LONE-SOME. I Make All the Noise by Maxi Cohen, My Mime by Tom DeWitt and Diamond Mind by Les Levine.
Electronic Visions encompasses performative and process based work such as The Exquisite Corpse by Ernest Gusella, Pictures of the Lost by Barbara Buckner, Roll-Off: A Flagging Index of Proportion by Sara Hornbacher, and Light Music by Vibeke Sorensen.
Video/Culture consists of anthropological studies like Tule: The Cuna Indians of San Blas by Edin Velez, Nor was this all by any means by Anthony Ramos, Some Scenes in Southern California by Ira Schneider, and Untitled Tape -1977 by Arthur Tsuchiya.
ITEM 1980.066 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Thirty-Four Years – Mark Brady
A-LONE-SOME. I Make All The Noise – Maxi Cohen
My Mime – Tom DeWitt
Diamond Mind – Les Levine
The Exquisite Corpse – Ernest Gusella
Pictures of the Lost – Barbara Buckner
Roll-Off: A Flagging Index of Proportion – Sara Hornbacher
Light Music – Vibeke Sorensen
Tule: The Cuna Indians of San Blas – Edin Velez
Nor was this all by any means – Anthony Ramos
Some Scenes in Southern California – Ira Schneider
Untitled Tape-1977 – Arthur Tsuchiya