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Title: Slow-Scan TV Art; Revisited/Revived
Authors: Lichty, Patrick
Issue Date: 7-Jul-2016
Series/Report no.: INTERDISCIPLINARITY : CIRCUIT BREAKDOWN;08.11.2015, Session 8B
Abstract: This presentation will encompass Lichty’s research in the history of Slow Scan TV art and performance, a genre introduced at the first MAH conference in 2005. Over the past ten years, Lichty has acquired and learned the operation of the original SSTV equipment, sought out the original artists (Bull, Adrian, Hocking, Oppenheim), created new work. From this, a media archaeology based both on “unearthing” of period equipment and creating new work with the equipment as an “applied” Media Archeology (Parikka). The presentation will conclude with the discussion of the Open SSTV Archive for global MAH research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10002/751
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