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Steina & Woody Vasulka at Raven Row, London

Steina & Woody Vasulka, Machine Vision took place at Raven Row in London
from May 19th to June 5th , 2016. The exhibition includes Steina’s 1978 installation,
Machine Vision, which questions anthropocentric vision with variations of
mechanical seeing. Also included were Woody’s Waveform Studies, an analysis of
video imagery from 1977-2016. Other examples from the Vasulkas’ experiments
with analog video and digital processes showcase their influence on image-making
today.
 

Photo courtesy of Marcus J. Leith


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