Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Video Spaces: Eight Installation', organized by Barbara London in 1995. It is an international selection of new projects by artists whose primary activity is in environmental video. Their work exhibits a distinctive visual vocabulary and style that exemplifies the current state of video. For this exhibition, Japanese artist Teiji Furuhashi (cofounder of Dumb Type) presented 'Lovers', a five-channel video installation with images of life-size naked dancers, projected onto the black walls of a square room. Artist biographies are provided in the catalogue.
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English

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1995

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0870706462

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1

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Video Spaces: Eight Installations
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Video Spaces: Eight Installations

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