One of the original camera-journalist-cum-independent-videomakers, Skip Blumberg’s practice is situated between discourses of art, journalism, activism, and guerilla filmmaking. He is a founding member of the Videofreex, a pioneering New York video collective for countercultural movements from 1969 to 1978. This “Culture Beat” program provides just a small sampling of Skip’s prolific output, from his "on-the-ground" participatory style to his travels around the world as an artist, producer, and correspondent. Join us for a Q&A following the program, when Video Out’s Casey Wei will speak with Skip via Skype about how his practice has evolved over the last fifty years. To learn more about Skip’s work, visit his web network MoreArtistsMovies.com.
What’s That For? Videofreex |1970/2017, 2 min.
Pick Up Your Feet: The Double Dutch Show | 1981, 28 min.
Flying Morning Glory (on fire) | 1985, 4 min.
World Eskimo-Indian Olympics | 1983, 27 min.
Seoul Brother Report |1986, 4 min.
Chinese Noodle Making: Backwards and Forwards | 1990, 5 min.
Todd Alcott: Television | 1990, 2 min.
On Dream Street... | 2012, 17 min.
Growing Up Bonobo | Co-producer: Tom Weinberg. 2014, 17 min.
Instagram Movie | July 10, 2019, 1 min.
Format: DCP. Total running time: 107 min.
Q&A with Skip Blumberg post screening (via Skype)
Co-presented with VIVO Media Arts Centre