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  • Image Union, episode 0433

    Image Union, episode 0433

    This episode features 9 thirty-second commercials produced for performance artists in addition to several short films. NOTE: The artists commercials are not available online. This means the timecodes are not accurate for the online version. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0502

    Image Union, episode 0502

    Compilation episode of Image Union featuring works by Vincent Collins, Davidson Gigliotti & Michael Smith, Tony Buba, Brad Sherman, Terry Beebe-Wolfgram, and Phil Jordan, and Gus Van Sant. Works include animation, comedy, and documentary. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0503

    Image Union, episode 0503

    Compilation episode of Image Union featuring the work of Mike Tracy, Jay Miracle, and Davidson Gigliotti. Tracy’s “Backabout” is a film shown in reverse for comedic effect; Miracle’s “Any Family” is a documentary about a family who raises circus animals; and Gigliotti’s “Risk” is a performance piece. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0504

    Image Union, episode 0504

    Compilation episode of Imgae Union featuring the work of artists Paul Snajdr, Davidson Gigliotti, and Robert Millman. The latter two artists produced surreal art pieces for the episode. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0418

    Image Union, episode 0418

    Compilation episode of Image Union featuring music videos. Songs include “PRL 8-53,” “Vasectomy,” and “How It’s Done” by Phil ‘N’ the Blanks, “Video Child” by The Almighty Crabbes, “Tape Your Wife to the Ceiling” by The Suburbs, “Language is a Virus” by Laurie Anderson, “and “Television Delivers People” by Richard Serra and Carlota Fay Schoolman. “Television Delivers People” is not a music video, per se, but a text-based manifesto. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0429: Video Music (long version)

    Image Union, episode 0429: Video Music (long version)

    Compilation episode of Image Union featuring music videos. Music videos include “PRL 8-53,” “Vasectomy,” and “How It’s Done” by Phil ‘N’ the Blanks, “Video Child” by The Almighty Crabbes, “Tape Your Wife to the Ceiling” by the Suburbs, “Language is a Virus” by Laurie Anderson, and “September” by Floyd Dillman. Continue reading