T U R E S J O L A N D E R
ABOVE and BELOW : A PAINTING OF TIME - PURE TELEVISION
"original artwork"; not in the sense of being an object, nor is it a frame of a video clip or a still photography from the visual display in a monitor. To describe it being "Videoart" is not comprehensive. HISTORY OF VIDEOART.
What it is ?
Subatomic particles in the lepton family, in moments of manipulated movements by the artist, constituting an est. action painting
registred as a static image on e.g. "silver"-film or electronic disc/tape later in the process transferred into any other physical material of choice, e.g. canvas or to any substance or subsubstance out of which a thing is or can be made. "Finally" making-up an object ...
Digi-print 2003; canvas 270 x 520 cm. Edition: 1/3
The Picture's on this page
have Links to click on !
To the Yes-men and sycophants, the obsequious followers, of the american video art history !
Signed and numbered
Limited Edition: 1/3.
Size: 520 x 270 cm
The latest about Video Art
Berg Publishers UK
"It is certainly an historical landmark
The Father of Video Art:
Ture Sjolander at the age of 27 - 1964
"The result is an oddly beautiful
collection of image sequences
unlike any other Video Art"
"I look at your CD last week
with Woody and Steina.
We are all much impressed.
Your early work was artistically
beautiful and very interesting."
Gene Youngblood 2002
"Sjolander's works of art, which combine art and technology, become an attempt to
preserve our poetic survival.
in the modern sense of the of the word."
"Yes, I spend one night with Greta Garbo, so What?"
TURE SJOLANDER at the age of 69.
Kim Jong iL and North Korea
is celebrating Ture Sjolander's birth-day
BUILT A TEMPORARY
VIDEO SYNTHESIZER 1966, EXPRESSLY AND EXCLUSIVELY
FOR THE CREATION OF
"It seems likely that these pioneering broadcast experiments were influential on the subsequent work of Nam June Paik"..."...possibly spurred on by the work of Sjölander in Sweden."
at Moderna Museet
Museum of Modern Art
...and while Gene Youngblood wrote and published his book "Expanded Cinema", 1970 and described the artist Ture Sjolander's groundbreaking invention of electronic animation and video art, from early 1960's, in his book - page 331 -, Ture Sjolander had already return to ancient artistic technology, making a great tapestry in Aubusson in France.
Two most important historical and famous events being documented in tapestry:
Ture Sjolander's portfolio
with Charles Chaplin 1973
Below: Static Paintings without Audio as usual in a Museum
"I don't want to be a honorary doctor.
being a doctor is bad enough!" -Ture Sjolander 2014
TURN THIS PAGE AND GET A NOBEL PRIZE 2014
This is a Link, Dumbheads! You don't understand how to watch it?
Edition: 1/50 portfolios - 30 prints - 60 x 70 cm