EVA BRUNNER-SZABO - Japanese Lettres, 1995 [00:18:33]
BARBARA HOLUB - Driven, 1998 [00:35:56]
OLIVER RESSLER - The Rote Zona, 2000 [00:27:41]
FIONA RUKSCHCIO - #1:
CHRISTOPH NEBEL - What to do?, 2000 [00:43:57]
Roaming around artistic positions between 1969 and 2001 - away from cinema and festival events focussing only on current trends - allows for continuity in socio-political statements and on the other hand for extremely varying aesthetic approaches. The changes in production conditions, the disintegration of formerly clearly defined genres and the choice of diverse public settings are keywords for a complex development which is transmitted in this comprehensive edition.
The first part of Video Edition Austria was released in 1994 by Medienwerkstatt Wien, Austria?s largest independent video distributor. The ten volume edition with five arts programmes and five documentaries provided a representative overview of 25 years of video art and art video documentation in Austria. The edition represents a solid base for the historical documentation of video art in Austria.
Participating artists: Uli Aigner, Eva Brunner-Szabo, Linda Christanell, Se-Lien Chuang, Ricarda Denzer, Carola Dertnig, Barbara Doser, Elisabeth Fiege, Gertrud Fischbacher, Halt+Boring, Amina Handke, Oliver Hangl, Hofstetter Kurt, Barbara Holub, Bernadette Huber, Anita Kaya, Karl-Heinz Klopf, Sigrid Kurz, Gerda Lampalzer, Holger Lang, Maia, Markus Marte, Sabine Marte, Maschek, Elizabeth McGlynn, Gertrude Moser-Wagner, [n:ja], Christoph Nebel, Manfred Neuwirth, Manfred Oppermann, Norbert Pfaffenbichler, Michael Pilz, Michaela Poschl, Oliver Ressler, Constanze Ruhm, Fiona Rukschcio, Lotte Schreiber, Terese Schulmeister, Heidemarie Seblatnig, Skot, Franz Wassermann, Constantin Wulff, Erwin Wurm