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  • Video pioneer Annette Barbier (1950-2017)

    Video pioneer Annette Barbier (1950-2017)

    The video community has lost one of its pioneers. Annette Barbier passed away last week. Her art and her impact were legendary since the 1970s, when she was among the first video artists at the Chicago Editing Center. Annette mentored hundreds in her years at Northwestern University and Columbia College. She was one-of-a-kind and a Chicago icon. Our hearts go out to Drew and Celine. So many of us are shocked and deeply saddened. Here’s a l… Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 1223

    Image Union, episode 1223

    00:18 Opening credits. 01:17 Barbier’s tape “Women’s Movements” opens. 01:25 “Away.” Indian music plays over images of women working in various capacities. 02:12 “The Connection.” While shooting a woman sweeping, Barbier continually tries to keep her daughter out of the camera’s view. 04:52 “Rhythm I.” A woman sits on the floor and grinds some herbs into a paste on a stone with a… Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0513

    Image Union, episode 0513

    00:00 Image Union opening. 00:45 “Dance in Silence” by Annette Barbier. Color video. A piece that documents a dance program for hearing-impaired young adults. It follows the dance troupe from rehearsals to their final performance. 25:34 Image Union end credits…. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0002

    Image Union, episode 0002

    …in Glencoe. Tom Weinberg’s family. 16:55 Image Union re-opening. 17:20 “Beach Ball Boogie” by Annette Barbier. Image Processor. 20:20 Interview with department store employee about how to treat store employees during the holidays. By Lilly Ollinger. 21:25 “Phenome Frolics” by Dana Hodgdon. Prologue about linguistic experiments. Outline of film. The Elements. All of the sounds that can be made with the English languag… Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0021

    Image Union, episode 0021

    00:00 Image Union opening. 00:55 “Street Show Auditions” by Drew Brown, Annette Barbier, Terry Moyemont, and Jim Fahrenwald. Color Video. Documents audition for a Chicago program to place street performers in various neighborhoods. Includes auditions by a “bone” player; a “Little Bo Peep” singing act; a juggler; a magician; a ventriloquist; and several musicians. 09:30 “Rock Against Racism” (excerp… Continue reading

  • Cosmo’s Cosmos

    Cosmo’s Cosmos

    0:03 A brief two-second fragment of unrelated footage of what appears to be a close up of a large bump on a stucco wall or some kind of sculpture. 0:14 Color bars and tone. 0:42 Cosmo Campoli talks about his artwork while sitting in Nichols Park in the Hyde Park neighborhood, where his public sculpture “Bird of Peace” is located. 1:31 Campoli talks about his history with art, which started when he was 12. His father dug a well, which… Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0034

    Image Union, episode 0034

    …tage for an audience at some sort of a school pageant. 23:38 “Street Show Auditions” by Drew Brown, Annette Barbier, Terry Moyemont, and Jim Fahrenwald. Color Video. Documents audition for Mayor Jane Byrne’s 1979 program to place street performers in various neighborhoods. Includes auditions by a “bone” player; a “Little Bo Peep” singing act; a juggler; a magician; a ventriloquist; and several musicians…. Continue reading

  • Image Union, Reel 1: 10th Anniversary Special

    Image Union, Reel 1: 10th Anniversary Special

    …Latham, John Manning, and Edward Rankus. 56:03 Paris by Mark Keane. 1986. The streets of Paris in full color are shown while speeding around the city. 57:23 “Inside” by Annette Barbier. 1985. Trapped in a windowless bedroom… 58:35 “Birdland” by Chris Bliss. 1984. Fantastic Juggling skills are shown in a Tron-esque background. 59:56 Nancy Cain from Venice Beach, CA wishes Bob a Happy Birthday! 60:01 END OF REEL 1… Continue reading

 

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