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Vasulka Archive

The Vasulka Archive consists of over 27,000 pages of documents relevant to the history of video and electronic art. These include articles, essays, interviews, reviews, schematics, diagrams, illustrations, posters, concert programs, photographs, and correspondence. While a large percentage of the material directly relates to the art and careers of Steina and Woody Vasulka, over 200 artists and scholars are represented. Most of the originals reside in the permanent collection of the Daniel Langlo...



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The Vasulka Archive consists of over 27,000 pages of documents relevant to the history of video and electronic art. These include articles, essays, interviews, reviews, schematics, diagrams, illustrations, posters, concert programs, photographs, and correspondence. While a large percentage of the material directly relates to the art and careers of Steina and Woody Vasulka, over 200 artists and scholars are represented. Most of the originals reside in the permanent collection of the Daniel Langlois Foundation in Montreal, Canada. This electronic archive is intended as a noncommercial scholarly resource and preservation strategy. In addition to the Vasulkas, Peter Crown, David Dunn, Ralph Hocking, Sherry Miller, Phil Morton, Lynda Rodolitz, Jud Yalkut, and Gene Youngblood donated archive material.
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March 22
2022
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