Media Arts Program
 

Saturday, February 13, 1988 — Friday, March 25, 1988

POLITICS OF INFORMATION

Presented at:
Hallwalls

A Viewing in the Video viewing room organized by Barbara Lattanzi, with works including: RACE AGAINST PRIME TIME (David Schulman, 1984); IF IT'S TOO BAD TO BE TRUE IT COULD BE DISINFORMATION (Martha Rosler, 1985); FREEDOM OF INFORMATION TAPE 1: JEAN SEBERG (Margia Kramer, 1980); CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT (Lee Murray and David Smith, 1987); propaganda pieces by the El Salvadorian army and oppositional guerilla forces including ATLACATL (1983); and TIEMPO DE ADACIA (TIME OF DARING) (1983); LOS REFUGEES (THE REFUGEES) (Michael Ach and Mark Brady, 1985); PRESCRIPTION FOR CHANGE (Tami Gold and Lyn Goldfarb, 1986); and THEY SAY THEY WILL (Zone Productions, 1987). Also as part of Politics of Information, paintings and photographs by Duncan Bethel, Lenore Bethel, Juan Cavazos, Huey Nei Chang, Kenneth Cooper, Terresa Ford, Ricky Gonzales, Eric McEntire, Curtis Robinson, and Terry Simpkons, all of whom are associated with the Molly Olga art school. 


Some publications related to this event:
February, 1988 - 1988