Television Interference

Richard Serra, Louise Gendron, Antonio Muntadas, John Watt, Paul Wong , Peter D’ Agostino, Max Almy
Curated by: Renee Baert

The exhibition includes video works by Richard Serra: Television Delivers People, 1973, Louise Gendron: Femmes de Reve, 1979, Antonio Muntades: Between the Lines, 1979, John Watt: Two Way Mirror, 1980, Paul Wong: Prime Cuts, 1981, Peter D'Agostino: Teletapes, 1981 and Max Almy: Perfect Leader, 1983. A catalogue was pubished in conjunction with the exhibition.

Supported by the Canada Council.

television interference, Gallery Invitation - front
Gallery Invitation - front
television interference, Gallery Invitation - back
Gallery Invitation - back

Televison Interference

Catalogue from the 1984 exhibition Televison Interference curated by Renee Baert. Artists in the exhibition were Max Almy, Peter D'Agostino, Louise Gendron, Antonio Muntadas, Richard Serra, John Watt and Paul Wong. Introduction by curator Renee Baert.

The Tapes:

Richard Serra: Television Delivers People, 1973
Louise Gendron: Femmes de Reve, 1979
Antonio Muntades: Between the Lines, 1979
John Watt: Two Way Mirror, 1980
Paul Wong: Prime Cuts, 1981
Peter D'Agostino: Teletapes, 1981
Max Almy: Perfect Leader, 1983

Designed by Paul Wong, Production and Layout by Paul Wong and Joe S. Average.

Out of Print

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