An exhibition that explored the one-to-one relationship established by video when language impacts on our private viewing space without cinemascope and a large audience. Divided into three categories: the acoustic, the phonetic and the visually assimilated sematic code. Artists included: Marina Abramovic/Ulay, Laurie Anderson, Skip Arnold, John Baldessari, Annette Barber, Caterina Borelli, Hans Breder, David Bunn, Joelle de la Casinere, Juan Downey, Ken Feingold, Enrique and Fernando Fontanilles, Gary Hill, Carole Ann Klonarides/Michael Owen, Pier Marton, Linda Montano, Jacques Nyst, Peter Rose, Richard Serra and William Wegman. Video installation in the gallery by Rene Pulfer and Herbert Fritsch. Curated by Scott Rankin. The exhibition travelled to University Art Museum, University of Iowa, October 6-November 15, 1987 and to the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, November 22 – January 3, 1988.
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