Mar 16, 2015


ART SCENE_Part 2 of 2 parts

Interviews with Digital Artists Rebecca Allen & Victor Acevedo. Hosted by Stephen Jerrom.

Originally aired in September 1990.

ARTSCENE was a Public Access Cable TV program run on Century Cable studio based in Santa Monica California. On August 22, 1990, curator,
Patric Prince and artists: David Em, Rebecca Allen and Victor Acevedo taped interviews for the show as part of the media coverage for ART 1990.

ART 1990 was a digital art exhibition mounted at EZTV Gallery September 1 through October 31, 1990. Curated by Art Historian Patric Prince,it was produced in collaboration between L.A. SIGGRAPH and EZTV as part of the Fringe Festival / Los Angeles.

Patric Prince & David Em are interviewed in part 1 -- you can see it here:

Mar 8, 2015

GENEVA JACUZZI + TELEFANTASY TV a live television event

Here is video from a live taping created in collaboration with Geneva Jacuzzi created at the Center For New Music, San Francisco November 23,2014
I designed the lighting, operated the camera + video fx as well as design Geneva Jacuzzi's costume, complete with light-up bra.


ARD Concert, live at F├╝rstenhof Tanzpalast, Hamburg

1 - Star trek 00:00
2 - Habanera 01:26
3 - Du Hast Den Farbfilm Vergessen 04:27
4 - Russischer Reggae (Russian Reggae) 07:35
5 - Heiss 12:03
6 - New York, New York 15:20
7 - Hermann Hiess Er 20:54
8 - Interview with Herman Brood 25:22
9 - Rock'n'Roll Junkie (Herman Brood) 27:16
10 - Pop (Nina Hagen with Herman Brood) 30:46
11 - Wenn Ich Ein Junge War (Rita Pavone cover) 33:24
12 - Diana (Paul Anka cover) 36:20
13 - Zarah (Zarah Leander cover) 38:36
14 - Wunderbar (Zarah Leander cover) 42:31
15 - Auf'm Bahnhof Zoo 44:38
16 - Wir Sind Die Welt (We Are The World) 49:30

Mar 5, 2015


On the 8th Day - Nuclear Winter Documentary (1984)

''On The 8th Day'' is chilling, a result entirely consistent with its aim. The one-hour documentary explores the possible ecological and atmospheric consequences of nuclear war, particularly as they would be expressed in a ''nuclear winter.'' Darkness would shroud the Northern Hemisphere; temperatures would fall. The planet would survive, but not as a hospitable place. ''On the Eighth Day'' was originally produced for the BBC as part of the series The Natural World, and aired in the United States on cable station TBS on January 14, 1985.