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[bio] Chip Lord [e]

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*1944 Cleveland, Ohio [USA]; lives abd works in San Francisco [USA]

Chip Lord has worked with video since 1971, first as a partner in the alternative media collective Ant Farm, and since 1978 as an independant artist and producer. With Ant Farm, he produced and co-directed the video art classics »Media Burn« and »The Eternal Frame«. His early work draws on documentary conventions, but since 1984 he has moved toward experimental narrative with »Easy Living«, »Ballplayer«, and his first feature length tape, »Motorists«. He has produced video installations as well as single-channel tapes, and is an Associate Professor for theatre arts at the University of California, Santa Cruz. In 1997 he was Visiting Artist at iEAR Studio, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Troy as well as at the Department of TV and Film, Temple University, Philadelphia.

Festivals/ Screenings | Group Exhibitions | Grants and Awards | Bibliography | Recommended Links

Festivals| Screenings
[selected]

2001
»San Jose Cinequest Film Festival«, San José [USA]
»VideoEX Festival«, Zurich [CH]
»San Francisco Cinematheque«, San Francisco Art Institute [USA]
»The Dallas Video Festival«, Dallas [USA]
»The Atlanta Film and Video Festival 2000-2001«, Atlanta [USA]
»Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900 - 2000«, Los Angeles County Museum of Art [USA]

2000
»Video Time (traces the history of the medium)«, Museum of Modern Art, New York [USA]
»video i«, KTEH-TV , San Jose [USA]

1999
»San Francisco Cinematheque«, San Francisco Art Institute [USA]
»The Dallas Video Festival«, Dallas [USA]
»The Mill Valley Film Festival«, Mill Valley [USA]

1998
»MuuMedia Festival, Helsinki [FIN]
»World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam [NL]
»documenta Film und Videofest«, Kassel [D]
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago [USA]
»The Territory«, KUHT-TV, Houston [USA]

1997 The 7th Video week, Geneva [CH]
The mixed media group show, Contemporary landscapes: The enigma of reason at The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York [USA]
The Mill Valley Film Festival, Mill Valley [USA]

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Group Exhibitions
[selected]

2001
»Les années Pop«, Centre Pompidou, Paris [F]
»Architecture radicale«, Institut d'art contemporain, Villeurbanne [F]

2000
»Time Capsule 1972 - 1984« - Opening performance event, The Art Guys Studio, Houston [USA]

1997
»Nooderlicht Photo Festival«, Gronigen [NL]
»Photography after Photography«, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia [USA]

1993
The New Museum, New York [USA]
The Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco [USA]

1991
ZKM, Karlsruhe [D]

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Grants and Awards
[selected]

»Latham Award - best video Art«, The Dallas Video Festival, 1999

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Bibliography
[selected]

Melinda Barlow, special issue of Performing Arts Journal on artists drawings of video installations, May, 2001 - forthcoming; Theresa Georgen, essay in Outside Home, Tronheim Kunstmuseum, Norway 2000, pp. 45-58; Michael Rush, »New Media in Late 20th Century Art«, Thames & Hudson, London 1999, p. 188; Agetstein Stephen (ed.), »San Francisco Video Festival«, in Video 80, No. 5, Fall 1982.

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Recommended Links

- > Homepage

- > Biography and Work

- > Conversation with Video Artist Chip Lord [videostream

- > Short characteristics

- > »Awakening from the Twentieth Century. An Evening of Video with Chip Lord at Aurora Picture Show«

- > About »Ant Farm«

- > About Cadillac Ranch

- > McKenna, Barbara: »New video examines impact of computers on human interaction«, in: UC Santa Cruz Currents online, 06/19/2000

- > Electronic Arts Intermix: Online Catalogue:
Chip Lord and »Ant Farm«

- > »The Wierd Turn Pro«, video

- > The Dallas Video Festival«, Dallas [USA], 2001

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