Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art

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The past three decades have seen the rapid and vibrant growth of video art in Britain, but there has been little detailed analysis or critical recognition of this work. This book attempts to redress this imbalance by bringing together a collection of essaThe past three decades have seen the rapid and vibrant growth of video art in Britain, but there has been little detailed analysis or critical recognition of this work. This book attempts to redress this imbalance by bringing together a collection of essays that discuss various aspects of British video art within a range of frameworks-historical, theoretical, critical, and chronological. The essays deal with topics such as television interventions, video installation, feminist video work, video art criticism, and computer animation.

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