Video Art to Virtual Reality

Video Art to Virtual Reality

Video Art to Virtual Reality is an introduction to artists working with new technologies such as video and computers. French artists demonstrate how a wider range of tools can beneficially extend the range of creativity, from image processing, video dance, and multi-monitor installations, to interactive and computer-based art including experimental work in virtual reality. Excerpts from artist videos, installations and exhibitions combine with interviews and critical commentary by experts in the field. Written and directed by Anne Barclay Morgan and Gregory Randal Miller.

29 mins. 1992.

Broadcast PBS Adult Learning Service and PBS, starting in April 1994 onwards.

Sponsored in part by the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs through the Florida Arts Council, The Florence Gould Foundation, The Cultural Services of the French Embassy, and private donations.