Support and Credits
Contact and Credits
The Video History Project has been a collaborative effort among hundreds of people since 1994. We extend many thanks to all the organizations and individuals who have contributed so much to this on-going effort. The project was conceived and is directed by Sherry Miller Hocking. Please contact us.
Special thanks to Ralph Hocking, for his patience, and to his grandfather William Joseph Hocking, who may have inspired Ralph’s love of machines.
Special thanks to Matthew Schlanger for redesigning and rebuilding this site in Drupal and for migrating the databases. Matthew is our webmaster. Thanks to David Jones for his willingness, his curiosity and his obsessions. He put together the original vhp site web database.
Thank to Mona Jimenez, who worked hard as Conference Co-Coordinator and Web consultant, and as a tireless preservation advocate
And to Arthur Tsuchiya who many years ago spoke of the power of the Web for the arts
Support, Services and Contributions
Afterimage at Visual Studies Workshop
Video History:Making Connections
Everson Museum of Art, Hallwalls, Institute for Electronic Arts at Alfred University, Syracuse University, Visual Studies Workshop, Peer Bode, Andrew Deutsch, Carl Geiger, Pamela Hawkins, Amy Hufnagel, Barbara Lattanzi, Phill Niblock, Joseph Scheer, Tom Sherman, Marion Wilson
Peter Artin, Peer Bode, Lara Davis, Carl Geiger, Pamela Susan Hawkins, Kathy High, Jim Lindner, Tara Mateik, Dara Myers-Kingsley, Lynne Pidel, Lara O’Dell, Hank Rudolph and Jessie Shiffrin.
Christa Erickson, Mona Jimenez, David Jones, Beth Kanter, Mark Klingensmith, Andy Mirkis, Matthew Schlanger
Advisors and researchers
Benton Bainbridge, Greg Bowman, Deirdre Boyle, Debora Brown, Julia Dzwonkowski, Molly Finnan, Pamela Susan Hawkins, Chris Hill, Eric Jones, Steve Beuret, Barbara Lattanzi, Hugh McCarney, Austin Nichols, Sara Thearle, Cynthia Young, and the Visual Studies Workshop Summer Institute participants in A Natural History of Video Art who worked since 1992 on various early versions of these ideas
The Video History Project owes thanks to our friends, old and new, who work at the many places dedicated to moving image and sound art and who have taken the time to respond to our inquiries.
Harald Bode, Peter Bradley, Rich Brewster, Russell Connor, Ann Curran, Paul Davis, Jamie Dearing, Tom DeWitt, Van Dousmanis, Kenneth Dominick, Robert Doyle, Bill Etra, Carl Geiger, John Giancola, Jack Goldman, Barbara Haspiel, Jean Haynes, Sara Hornbacher, Shigeko Kubota, Barbara London, Nathan Lyons, Ken Marsh, Mary McArthur, John Minkowski, Angel Nunez, Gerry O’Grady, Nam June Paik, Daniel Reeves, David Ross, Matt Schlanger, Carlota Schoolman, Harland Snodgrass, Vibeke Sorensen, Marita Sturken, Arthur Tsuchiya, Parry Teasdale, Steina and Woody Vasulka, Ann-Sargent Wooster, Walter Wright, Jud Yalkut, Patty Zimmermann, Neil Zusman and many, many others.
Experimental Television Center