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SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AND SCREENINGS

 

2010

Are You Ready for TV?, Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barcelona (2010-2011).

Video installation in Changing Channels: Art and Television 1963 –1987, Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), Vienna.

Placement and Practice, David Hall and John Latham screening, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol.

Rewind and Play, Early British Video Art, Art Now Light Box, Tate Britain Gallery, London.

Goodbye London - Radical Art & Politics in the Seventies, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK), Berlin.

 

2009

We Interrupt This Program, Mercer Union Centre for Contemporary Art, Toronto.

Running Time - Artists Films in Scotland, Dean Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.

Disconnect Festival, Venice.

Interruptions on BBC Big Screen, Edinburgh Festival.

Grey Matter, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh.

Rewind Artists' Video in the 70s & 80s, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh.

 

2007

Solo presentation of video and film works, Lodz Arts Center, Lodz, Poland.

Video installation in RE: [Video Positive], FACT Gallery, Liverpool.

Video and film works in A History of Artists' Film and Video in Britain, BFI Southbank, London.

 

2006

Video installation in First Generation: Art and the Moving Image 1963-1986, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (2006-2007).

Test Transmissions: Video Art and Television, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow.

REWIND launch exhibition, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee.

Exploding Television, 35th International Film Festival, Rotterdam.

The Discovery of the Electronic Body: Art and video in the 1970s, Galleria Civica d'Arte Contemporanea, Turin.

Analogue: Pioneering Artists' Video from the UK, Canada and Poland (1968–88), Tate Britain Gallery London, and touring internationally until 2008.

 

2005

Video Art: From the Margins to the Mainstream, symposium, Tate Britain, London.

Variety, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill.

 

2004

United Professors: David Hall, Wojciech Bruszewski, Wolf Kahlen and Ladislav Galeta, film and video presentations at Galeria Wschodnia and Academy of Economics and Humanities, Lodz, Poland, and Nicolas Copernicus University, Torun, Poland.

 

2003

Solo presentation of videotapes and films, Tate Britain Gallery, London.

Early British Video Works, Tate Britain Gallery, London.

A Century of Artists' Film in Britain, Tate Britain Gallery, London.

Nothing Special: Artists' Video, Media and Reality, FACT, Liverpool.

 

2002

Shoot Shoot Shoot, Tate Modern Gallery, London and international tour.

 

2001

Live in Your Head: Concept and Experiment in Britain, 1965-75, Chiado Museum, Lisbon.

 

2000

Live in Your Head: Concept and Experiment in Britain, 1965-75, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London.

Videotapes at Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.

Videotapes in Canada/UK Video Exchange, Montreal, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Ontario and Buffalo, USA.

 

1999

Video/TV works in Against the Mainstream: Artists' films from the '20s to the '90s, National Film Theatre, London.

 

1998

Panelist and personal presentation of work in Dialogues with the Machine symposium, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

 

1997

Diverse Practices, screenings of videotapes, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

Films and videotapes in 60;70;80;90, Showroom Gallery, London.

Retrospective of single-screen films, videotapes and TV works, Lux Centre, London.

Videotapes cablecast from Utrecht.

 

1993

Signes des Temps, installations, Centre d'Art Contemporain, La Ferme du Buisson, Paris.

Five TV Interruptions 1993: reacTV, contexTV, exiTV, withouTV, and ecstaseeTV commissioned and broadcast internationally by MTV Networks throughout 1994.

 

1992

TV Interruptions (1971) purchased and broadcast by Canal+ TV, France.

Solo videotape retrospective, ELAC, Lyon, France.

Solo film and videotape retrospective, New Visions Festival, Glasgow Film Theatre.

 

1991

Solo video retrospective, Vidéo Art Plastique festival, Herouville-Saint Clair, Caen, France.

 

1990

A Situation Envisaged: The Rite II (Cultural Eclipse), installation in Signs of the Times: A Decade of Video, Film and Slide-tape Installations, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford.

Stooky Bill TV, videotape commission for 19:4:90 Television Interventions, broadcast by Channel 4 TV followed by exhibitions at the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow and Ikon, Birmingham.

Four TV Interruptions (1971) broadcast by Channel 4 TV.

 

1989

A Situation Envisaged: The Rite II (Cultural Eclipse), installation commissioned for Video Positive 89, Tate Gallery, Liverpool.

Revision, videotapes at the Tate Gallery, London.

Videoculture2, videotapes at the Institut Francais de Naples.

 

1988

Total Dissent, films at the Tate Gallery, London.

 

1987

The Elusive Sign, British Avant-Garde Film and Video (1977-1987), Tate Gallery London and Arts Council/British Council international tour.

Videotapes broadcast, WGBH/Channel 2, Boston, USA.

Videotapes broadcast, Finnish Television.

 

1986

Channel 6 exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

 

1985

Videotapes screened by Channel 4 TV.

 

1984

Channel 5 exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

 

1983

Video Art: A History, documentation show, Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Personal tour, exhibitions and screenings in the USA.

Installations, AIR Gallery, London.

 

1980

Solo videotape retrospective, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

Solo videotape show and lectures, Photographers' Union, Warsaw.

A Situation Envisaged: The Rite, installation (solo exhibition), South Hill Park Arts, Bracknell.

 

1979

Video: The First Decade, Museum of Folklore, Rome.

Videotapes by British Artists, the Kitchen, New York.

Personal tour, exhibitions and screenings in Canada.

 

1978

The Situation Envisaged installation, plus videotapes, in Video Art 78, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry.

Perspectives on British Avant-Garde Film, British Council tour of Britain, Australia and Europe including the Pompidou Centre, Paris.

London Video Arts opening exhibition, AIR Gallery, London.

 

1977

Videotapes in Documenta 6, Kassel, Germany.

Perspectives on British Avant-Garde Film, Hayward Gallery, London.

Film en Video Manifestatie, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht.

British Film and Video, Cavallino Gallery, Venice.

British Film and Video, Bon a Tirer Gallery, Milan.

 

1976

This is a Television Receiver, videotape featuring newsreader Richard Baker, commissioned and broadcast on BBC Television's Arena video art special, presented by David Hall.

Vidicon Inscriptions, installation in the Video Show, Tate Gallery, London.

Installation and tapes in Video: Towards Defining an Aesthetic, Third Eye Centre, Glasgow.

International video exhibition, Amerika Haus, Berlin.

International video exhibition, International Cultural Centre, Antwerp.

 

1975

Co-organiser of the Arts Council's The Video Show (first major international video exhibition in Britain); showed installations Progressive Recession (1974), 101 TV Sets, and videotapes, Serpentine Gallery, London.

First Festival of Independent British Cinema, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol.

 

1974

Solo film show, Tate Gallery, London.

Solo film show, Millennium Cinema, New York.

Videotapes and films in the 5th Experimental Film Festival, Knokke-Heist, Belgium.

 

1973

Solo film show, National Film Theatre, London.

Video installation/performance in Open Circuit, Scottish Arts Council Gallery, Edinburgh.

 

1972

60 TV Sets, multi-channel live broadcast television installation/ performance with Tony Sinden, at A Survey of the Avant-Garde in Britain, Gallery House, London.

Solo film show, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

 

1971

TV Interruptions, ten works commissioned by the Scottish Arts Council and broadcast by Scottish Television, unannounced and uncredited (seven later preserved as 7 TV Pieces).

Inno 70, Artist Placement Group exhibition, Hayward Gallery, London.

Prospect 71: Projection, Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf.

 

1970

Displacement (Removal Piece), sanded floor in British Sculpture Out of the Sixties, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

Contemporary British Art, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.

Drawings and Projects by 16 British Artists, C.A.Y.C, Buenos Aires.

 

1969

Plans and Projects as Art, Kunsthalles Bern, Munich and Hamburg.

(First artist's experimental film funded by the Arts Council of Great Britain - Vertical, 16mm).

 

1968

Solo exhibition, Royal Institute Galleries, London.

Younger Generation - Great Britain, Akademie der Kunst, Berlin.

Contemporary British Sculpture, Coventry Cathedral.

City of London Festival.

(First film - Motion Parallax, 16mm, twin screen).

 

1967

Solo prize-winner's exhibition, V Biennale de Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris.

8 Young British Sculptors, Kunsthalles Bern, Dusseldorf and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

(Photo-pieces, films and video works from 1967 on).

 

1966

Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors, Jewish Museum, New York.

Solo exhibition, Richard Feigen Gallery, New York.

Sonsbeek '66, international sculpture exhibition, Arnheim.

Sculpture in the Open Air, Battersea Park, London.

White on White, Kunsthalle, Bern.

Contemporary Sculpture, Arts Council tour.

 

1965

1st prize (Prix des Jeunes Artistes), and group prize (Prix de la Ville de Paris), IV Biennale de Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris.

Towards Art II, Arts Council Gallery and tour.

 

1964

Kasmin Prize, Young Contemporaries, London.

Four Young Artists, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

 

1963

Critic's Choice: One Year of British Art 1962, Tooth Gallery, London.

 

1962

Towards Art, Royal College of Art Galleries, London.

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