A Night at the Planetarium; Portable Channel; Christoff, David; Gale, Larry; 197...

From

Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop

Name/Title

A Night at the Planetarium

About this object

"Tim & Elizabeth Clark and a percussion group perform at Planetarium. Planetarium manager discusses use and purposes of that institution." from video catalog notes. Manager discusses development of an experimental electronic music performance wherein the two groups perform simultaneously (including dance and poetry elements) and audience moves between them. 1/2 inch open reel video tape.

Place Made

Rochester, NY

Place Notes

Strasenburg Planetarium

Maker

Gale, Larry

Maker Role

Producer

Maker

Christoff, David

Maker Role

Producer

Maker

Portable Channel

Maker Role

Production House

Format

Video Tape

Date Made

1971

Medium and Materials

1/2 inch open reel video tape

Inscription and Marks

Spine ["A Night At the Planetarium" 1971]Back Cover: BAVC Barcode, Accession NumberReel: [9H]

Subject and Association Description

Larry Gale
David Christoff
Portable Channel
Strasenburgh Planetarium
1970s
Experimental performance
Moog synthesizer
Tim & Elizabeth Clark
Dance
Poetry
Electronic Music

Subject and Association Keywords

Tim Clark

Subject and Association Keywords

Larry Gale

Subject and Association Keywords

Christoff, David

Subject and Association Keywords

Portable Channel

Subject and Association Keywords

Strasenburgh Planetarium

Subject and Association Keywords

1970s

Subject and Association Keywords

Experimental performance

Subject and Association Keywords

Moog Synthesizer

Subject and Association Keywords

Clark, Elizabeth

Subject and Association Keywords

Dance

Subject and Association Keywords

Poetry

Subject and Association Keywords

Electronic music

Object Type

1/2 Inch Open Reel Video

Object number

2018:0001:0002

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