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Book
383 pages : illustrations (mostly color) ; 27 cm
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
96 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
47 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)

5. Paranoid mirror [1995]

Book
48 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 x 23 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Archive/Manuscript
4 linear feet
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Videotaped interviews with over 40 artists, critics, historians, and curators for the film Women Art Revolution, documenting the development of the Feminist Art Movement from the 1970s through 2013.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
274.5 linear feet (100 manuscript boxes, 185 record storage boxes)
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
A collection of archival papers, audio-visual media, publications, artifacts, photographs, letters, and other documents connected to Hershman-Leeson's art works and projects. Accession 2012-209 is 1 linear foot comprising working material and documentation for the film, "Women, Art, Revolution."
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
5 works in 1 print box.
1. Bust of Old Woman, 1966, ink wash and graphite on paper -- 2. Love or Something Like It, undated, graphite on paper -- 3. Green Hair, 1974, watercolor on paper -- 4. Horse with Red Trim, 1971, watercolor and graphite on paper -- 5. Prancing Figure, 1977, ink on tracing paper.
Special Collections
Video
2 videodiscs (300 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in.
  • [Disc 1] Virtual love (1993, 75 min.), Seeing is believing (1992, 58 min.)
  • [Disc 2] Longshot (1989, 62 min.), Desire, Inc. (1990, 26 min.), Electronic diaries (1984-1996, 75 min.), Life squared (2007, 4 min.)
For over four decades, through performance, photography, installations, artificial intelligence agents, web presences and cinema, Lynn Hershman's work has explored what it is to live in a world of mediated, monitored, and manipulated identities. Corporeal and virtual presences become simulated entities that in turn reveal personal identity and its impact on cultural construction. Often Hershman's narratives retrieve formerly lost histories that are excavated through technological manipulation. The process brings to the surface the moral consequences of an unpredictable system of covert meanings. All of her work explores encryption of privacy in an era of surveillance as well as personal and societal identity in a time of pervasive yet covert manipulation. Many of the narratives focus on the revitalization and restoration of personal empowerment. The selected works in this collection focus on broad issues of identity and culture, particularly the technological projections that impact individuals and society.--http://www.microcinemadvd.com/
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Video
1 DVCAM tape, 2 documents
Collection
Women art revolution : videotape interviews by Lynn Hershman-Leeson for film, 1990-2008
Book
371 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc
Green Library, Media & Microtext Center
Video
1 DVD video (83 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
History of the feminist art movement in the late 20th century; including interviews with many of the participants.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Video
1 videodisc. (83 min.) : sd., col., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 leaflet.
An entertaining and revelatory 'secret history' of feminist art,!Women Art Revolution deftly illuminates the under-explored movement through conversations, observations, archival footage, and works of visionary artists, historians, curators, and critics. Starting from its roots in the 1960s antiwar and civil rights protests, the film details developments in women's art through the 1970s and explores how the pioneering artists created the most significant art movement of the late 20th century.
Green Library, Media & Microtext Center
Video
1 online resource : sound, color Sound: digital. Digital: video file; text file.
"The artists' and critics' interviews presented here chronicle the founding years of the feminist art movement in the 1970s. While focusing on the events of that decade and the following, these narratives also discuss the impact of the civil rights, anti-war, and women's rights movements. Created by artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson over the last two decades (1990-2008) as she developed her groundbreaking documentary,!Women Art Revolution, this archive provides the first-person histories of the pioneering individuals who challenged the ways in which women were considered by the reigning art establishment. Available from this site are the videos, transcripts, and biographies on the interviewees as well as links to the Women Art Revolution collection finding aid, information on the documentary !Women Art Revolution, and other feminist studies resources."--Home page.
Image
1 poster : color ; 99 x 69 cm
Poster for the film !W.A.R.: !women art revolution featuring an image which is a parody of Delacroix's Liberty leading the people, among whom is a person in a Guerrilla Girls mask.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Video
1 videodisc (83 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
History of the feminist art movement in the late 20th century, including interviews with many of the participants.
Media & Microtext Center
Video
1 videodisc (ca. 75 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Steve Kurtz's nightmare began on May 11, 2004, when he awoke to find his wife dead of heart failure. Police responding to his distressed 911 call became suspicious of biological equipment in his house and contacted the FBI. Only hours after his wife's tragic death, he found himself detained as a suspected "bioterrorist, " as dozens of federal agents in Hazmat suites scoured his home, seizing his art materials, computers, manuscripts, books, his cat, and even his wife's body.
Media & Microtext Center
Sound recording
1 sound file
Collection
Films Arts Foundation Collection
Book
270 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm
Beginning with US artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman's 1966 Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) with Bell Laboratories engineers (followed the first network experiment linking two computers in 1965), and including new and rarely seen multimedia works, film, painting, sculpture, photography and drawings by over 30 artists such as Cory Arcangel, Roy Ascott, Jeremy Bailey, Judith Barry, James Bridle, Constant Dullaart, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Oliver Laric, Vera Molnar, Trevor Paglen, Nam June Paik, Ryan Trecartin and Ulla Wiggen, this timely publication tells the story of an interconnected global visual culture marked by mass social and political change. Fully illustrated in colour, the book will include essays by curator Omar Kholeif, Ed Halter (Director at Light Industry, New York) and Erika Balsom (Senior Lecturer at Kings College London); conversations between pioneering video artist Judith Barry and Sarah Perks (Artistic Director: Visual Art at HOME, Manchester), and between musician and media artist Dragan Espenschied and Heather Corcoran (Executive Director of Rhizome); and newly commissioned artist interviews with Ulla Wiggen and Jonas Lund by Seamus McCormack (Assistant Curator, Whitechapel). The catalogue will also feature a sequence of artist interventions from Douglas Coupland.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780854882465 20160619
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Video
1 videocassette (85 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
A computerized reconstruction of the life, times, and work of Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, daughter of the famed poet Lord Byron and an amateur mathematician who wrote what is considered to be the first computer language back in the 19th century, during the Victorian era, predicted (quite accurately) its use in music, poetry and art, and is said by some to be the "mother of all programmers."
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

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