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Steina and Woody Vasulka

This site contains several interviews with Steina and Woody Vasulka speaking about their early work and artistic practice, their philosophies, The Kitchen (NYC), and the exhibitions 'Machine Media' (1996-97) at the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the making of 'The Brotherhood' at the NTT InterCommunications Center, Tokyo, Japan (1998).

The videos collected here were shot by Aaron S. Davidson and have been compiled and edited by Melissa Dubbin.
The videos were shot in 1996, 1997 and 1998.

Woody Vasulka / War machines as concentrated knowledge, 'Theater of Hybrid Automata', 'Table I', 'Table III' / 1997

Woody Vasulka discusses his rejection of materiality and initial distaste for objects in a gallery, war machines as concentrated knowledge, constructing installations as a way to practice his philosophy, 'Theater of Hybrid Automata' and cinematic vectors, the celestial navigator and Jeffrey Shaw's 'Golden Calf', 'Table I' and 'Table III', complexity in installations, the saturation of a system and his desire to operate as an amateur rather than a "true artist".