1. Conclusions: A Comedy

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    One of several ideas for a found object on wheels put to the test. A story of good intentions gone wrong.....or not.

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    • The Laughing Song / The Crying Song

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      Promo for Videofreex' upcoming exhibition at Dorsky Museum of Art

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      • Video Data Bank SAIC Trailer

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        Founded at SAIC in 1976, the Video Data Bank (VDB) is a leading resource in the United States for videos by and about contemporary artists. The VDB collection consists of 5000+ titles by over 500 artists, most of which are in active distribution to customers all over the world.   Featuring: Early Video Art, Videofreex, On Art and Artists, DVD Box Sets, Kuchar Archive, & Contemporary Video Videos are available for SAIC faculty check-out and classroom use. All videos can be viewed on campus in the VDB screening room, open 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, by appointment.   To schedule viewing time in the VDB screening room, or arrange for faculty check-out, call us at 312-345-3550, email us at info@vdb.org, or stop by our offices on the 3rd floor of the 112 S. Michigan Ave. building. For more information, visit http://www.vdb.org/

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        • Videofreex May Day jail footage

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          http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1579219342/here-come-the-videofreex-save-the-tapes

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          • David Cort, May Day 1971

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            Founding member of the Videofreex David Cort and a moment from his video taken during the May Day protests in Washington, DC, 1971. from the upcoming film 'Here come the Videofreex".

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            • The Williams Show: Episode 1

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              from Ariel Kavoussi Added 887 2 2

              The Williams Show is 25 minute cable access television program, produced from Willinet Studios on Spring Street. This variety show allows Williams students, faculty, and staff to be on the program and participate in any way they like. This can include, but is not limited to: singing, dancing, acting, debates, opinion pieces, chats, musical performances, educational pieces, and fencing. Williams students are also invited to submit their own videos for the show. Additional segments will replicate the “man on the street” journalist stylings of the Video Freex, and the critical work of Paper Tiger Television. The goal of The Williams Show is to create an uncensored platform for student expression that, in turn, fosters and sustains community. There has been a lot of complaints of lately, that there are issues of community at Williams. Lots of people feel silenced and ignored by the administration, and I believe The Williams Show will serve as a community platform for these people in particular. I produced the program as my final project for ARTS 105: Participatory Media Production. Episode 1 originally aired on cable access television in Fall 2008. Camera Operators: Danny Y. Huang & Helen Cha

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