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Jan Butterfield papers, 1950-1997

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Series 1: Interviews and Lectures , 1959-1997
4.2 Linear feet
Boxes 1-5

Recordings in this series are mostly interviews of artists conducted by Butterfield between 1971 and 1987. Also found are slide talks, class discussions, and lectures given by artists, which are assumed to have been recorded by Butterfield in most cases. Artists of the United States who are associated with the Light and Space movement in sculpture are highly represented, as well as artists of the new crafts movement and contemporary West Coast artists in particular. Also among the recordings are recorded performances by John Cage, Joe Goode, Newton and Helen Harrison, Jim Roche, and George Greene.
Butterfield's interviews were mainly conducted for specific writing projects, either for articles, reviews, published artist interviews, catalog essays, or books Butterfield was writing. Some interviews were conducted over the phone. Some recordings are editing sessions in which Butterfield consults with her subjects during the editing process for a specific article or interview to be published. Multiple, extensive interviews are found with artists Sam Francis and Robert Irwin. A few interviews conducted by others are found, including a radio interview of Henry Hopkins regarding the Clyfford Still bequest to SF Moma, interviews by Henry Hopkins of Joe Goode, Philip Guston (in a recording of a public Q&A), Walter Hopps (with Jan Butterfield), and possibly Milton Resnick, and an interview with Ursula Schneider conducted by Lorri Surrihan. A transcript is found for the interview by Henry Hopkins with Walter Hopps. Additional transcripts, usually highly edited from the recorded version, are found among the published interviews in the Writings series. Most of the lectures found in this series take place in Texas and California, including multiple lectures that took place at the Berkeley Art Museum, the Northwood Experimental Artists Institute in Dallas, Texas, and the San Francisco Art Institute. In all, the series contains 107 sound tape reels, 97 cassettes, and 1 videoreel.
Panel discussions include two notable recordings that Butterfield seems to have acquired from Milton Resnick during his solo exhibition at the Fort Worth Art Center in 1971. These include a 1959 appearance of Edward Dugmore and Milton Resnick at Southern Illinois State University, and a 1961 debate between Ad Reinhardt and Milton Resnick which later became known as "The Attack," held at "The Club" in New York City. Also found are recordings of a 1976 conference at UCLA entitled "Space and Place" which included talks by Lloyd Hamrol, Richard Serra, Robert Irwin, and others.
Interviews, lectures, and performances are filed in alphabetical order by their subject's name, and multiple recordings for a single subject are filed chronologically under his or her name. Recordings listed in this series are interviews conducted by Jan Butterfield unless otherwise indicated in the folder listing. Often physical tapes contained multiple recordings, and where an additional recording of a different subject is found on a single physical tape, it is noted with the main entry for that tape, and cross referenced under the additional artist's name alphabetically in the item list. Panel discussions are arranged chronologically at the end of the series.
Additional artist interviews conducted by Michael Karp in the early 1990s are found in the Pacific Enterprises files of series 3, Project files. Additional sound recordings are also found in the Waterfront Project files of series 3, the Lapis Press files of series 3, and in series 7, sound and video recordings.
Description Container Select
Ansel Adams, 1976 December
1 sound tape reel
1
1
Lita Albuquerque and Richard Misrach interview with unidentified curators at California State University at Fullerton, 1988 July 10
1 sound cassette
1
2
Richard Artschwager, circa 1975
1 sound cassette
First 37 minutes of recording is popular music.
1
3
Michael Asher, 1979 February 26
1 sound tape reel
1
4
Michael Asher, 1980 August 29
1 sound tape reel
1
5
Michael Asher, 1981 March
2 sound cassettes
1
6
Mowry Baden
See box 5, folder 2; Panel Discussions, Space and Place, UCLA
1
Larry Bell, 1975 April 25
2 sound tape reels
Handwritten note on original box: "Iceberg"
1
7
Larry Bell, 1981 March
1 sound cassette
1
8
Billy Al Bengston, 1976 June 26
1 sound tape reel
1
9
Fletcher Benton, 1980 May
1 sound tape reel
1
10
Joan Brown, 1975 September
1 sound tape reel
Reel also includes circa 43 minute interview with Bruce Conner, October 1974, on side 2 beginning around 46 minutes into tape; also found is a brief fragment of an interview with Paul Karlstrom.
1
11
Chris Burden, 1974 October
1 sound tape reel
Paper note found with original box.
1
12
Chris Burden, 1974 October
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten notes on original: "telephone conv. re article" and "telephone proofing of tape"
1
13
Chris Burden, Slide Lecture, 1978 December 13
2 sound tape reels
Original labels on reels indicate one side only, but reels are recorded on both sides.
Probably recorded at UCLA
1
14
Daniel Buren Lecture, "Space as Support," Berkeley, Calif., 1979 January 18
1 sound tape reel
1
15
John Cage Performance of "Empty Words" and Lecture, San Francisco Art Institute, 1978 October
1 sound tape reel
Taped over an undated recording of a Waterfront Project meeting (see Series 3: Project files); a fragment of the earlier recording is found in the last minute of side 1 and all of side 2 of the reel.
1
16
Vija Celmins, 1980 February 20
1 sound tape reel
1
17
Judy Chicago, 1978 July
1 sound tape reel
1
18
Judy Chicago, circa 1979
1 sound tape reel
1
19
Judy Chicago, undated
See box 2, item 13; David Hockney interview, 1978
1
Christo, 1971 June
1 sound cassette
1
20
Robert Colescott, 1979 February 1
1 sound tape reel
Reel begins with a 70 minute fragment of a circa 1977 interview with Robert Irwin.
Original label on reel reads "Josh Young, tape #2, side 1," but there is no recording on Josh Young on the reel.
1
21
Bruce Connor, 1974 October
See box 1, item 11; Joan Brown interview
1
Ron Cooper, 1980 December 14
1 sound tape reel
1
22
Leonard Cutrow, 1985 October 11
1 sound cassette
Handwritten note on original cassette: "Life"
1
23
Leonard Cutrow, Interview by unidentified male interviewer, circa 1990-1992
1 sound cassettes (microcassette)
1
24
Ron Davis, circa 1976
1 sound tape reel
1
25
Laddie John Dill, undated
See box 4, item 18; Hap Tivey, Interdisciplinary Seminar and Interview, San Francisco Art Institute, 1977 October
1
John Dowell, 1979 June
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten note on original: "Telephone conversation for article"
1
26
Edward Dugmore
See box 5, folder 1; Panel Discussions, The Influence of Modern Painting on Our Tradition
1
Tom Eatherton, 1980 December 14
1 sound tape reel
1
27
Sam Francis, 1979 June 26
2 sound tape reels
Although reel 1 of 2 is dated Summer 1979 and reel 2 is dated 6/26/79, they are clearly from the same interview.
1
28
Sam Francis, 1979 September 9
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten notes on original box: "Pier 46" and "Last catalogue tape / some good info - scattered through"
1
29
Sam Francis, 1979 November 29
1 sound tape reel
1
30
Sam Francis, 1979 December
1 sound cassette
Duplicate of sound tape reel; Handwritten note on cassette: "Also on reel-to-reel"
2 sound cassettes
Original
1 sound tape reel
Original
Sequence of original recordings unclear, but appears to be cassette marked "afternoon tape" first, cassette marked "eve one" second, and reel marked "tape at house" third.
1
31
Sam Francis, circa 1979
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten note on original reel reads "Manuel Neri - Joan Brown over discussion of later tape," but Neri and Brown are not present on the tape.
1
32
Sam Francis, circa 1979
1 sound cassette
Sound quality is very poor. Handwritten note on original cassette: "Pier 46 (Garner Tullis w/ Sam)"
1
33
Sam Francis, 1980 January 18
1 sound cassette
Handwritten note on original cassette: "Final corrected manuscript discussion"
1
34
Sam Francis, Flash Art interviews, 1981 November
3 sound cassettes
Sequence of original cassettes is unclear.
1
35
Sam Francis, Editorial review of Flash Art interview, 1981 November
1 sound cassette
1
36
Sam Francis, Francis and Butterfield testing stereo equipment, undated
1 sound cassette
1
37
Helen Frankenthaler Lecture, Northwood Experimental Art Institute, Dallas, Tex., 1973 March
1 sound cassette
1
38
Joe Goode, Interview conducted by Henry Hopkins, 1972 December 21
1 sound cassette
Tape is unlabeled.
Tape also contains poor quality recording of a group discussion with unidentified participants
1
39
Joe Goode, Performance and Interview, 1973 Janaury
1 sound cassette
Contains a 13 minute performance followed by an interview with the artist.
2
1
Joe Goode, 1975 August
1 sound tape reel
2
2
Joe Goode, 1981 November
2 sound cassettes
Handwritten note on original cassette 1 of 2: "Arco Catalog"
2
3
Bob Graham, 1979 February 26
1 sound tape reel
2
4
George Greene, 1973
1 sound cassette
2
5
Philip Guston, 1979 January 6
1 sound tape reel
2
6
Philip Guston, 1980 February 13
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten on original box: "Approval of article for Images and Issues"
2
7
Philip Guston, Question and Answer with Henry Hopkins, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1980
1 sound cassette
Taped for the documentary on Guston entitled "A Life Lived," during Guston's 1980 retrospective at SFMOMA.
2
8
Lloyd Hamrol
See box 5, folder 2, Panel Discussions, Space and Place, UCLA
2
Newton and Helen Harrison, Performance, Lecture, and Interview at San Francisco Art Institute, 1977 February 17
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten on original box: "In 'Meditations' show SFAI / Performance and partial interview"
Interview begins approximately 10 minutes into side 2. Tape also contains a fragment of an interview with an unidentified male sculptor, circa 1975, beginning approximately 76 minutes into side 2.
2
9
Newton and Helen Harrison, 1978 June 28
1 sound tape reel
2
10
George Herms, 1975 January 31
1 sound tape reel
Handwritten on original box: "San Jose State exhib"
2
11
David Hockney Lecture, San Francisco Art Institute, 1978 November 3
2 sound tape reels
2
12
David Hockney , 1978 December 5
2 sound tape reels
Also contains fragments of two earlier recordings, including an undated recording of a Waterfront Project meeting (see Series 3: Project files) on side 2 of reel 1, and an undated interview with Judy Chicago, 22 minutes into reel 2.
2
13
Henry Hopkins for the "Artscene" radio series about the Clyfford Still Exhibition at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, circa 1975
1 sound tape reel
Additional label on original box: "from Eleanor Dickinson" with residential address
Broadcast by KPFK in Los Angeles, Calif.
2
14
Walter Hopps Interviewed by Henry Hopkins and Jan Butterfield, 1976 June 3
5 sound tape reels
Includes transcript
Conducted in conjunction with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art exhibition, "Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era"
2
15
Robert Hudson, circa 1976
1 sound tape reel
2
16
Robert Hudson, 1976 July
1 sound tape reel
2
17
Robert Irwin, Lecture and Interview, Texas Christian University, 1971 April
1 sound cassette
Duplicate of cassette 1 of 3
3 sound cassettes
Originals; cassette 1 is labeled sides A and B, cassette 2 is labeled C, and cassette 3 is labeled D; all cassettes are mis-labeled 1972.
Original cassette 1 of 3 exists in the form of 2 duplicate tapes made by the creator; original recording is not in the collection.
Lecture found on cassettes 1 and 2; interview begins in the last 15 minutes of cassette 2 of 3, side 2.
2
18
Robert Irwin, San Diego, 1972
1 sound cassette
Duplicate of cassette 1 of 2
2 sound cassettes
Originals; cassette 1 of 2 labeled sides E and F and "interview;" cassette 2 of 2 labeled "Sequence of events - Personal"
2
19
Robert Irwin, Lecture, Art Center Fort Worth, circa 1972
1 sound cassette
Original; labeled sides G and H.
1 sound cassette
Duplicate; Sound distorted
2
20
Robert Irwin, circa 1972
2 sound cassettes
Originals; cassettes labeled sides I and J, and "preliminary interview, article #3"
2 sound cassettes
Duplicates
Interview begins on cassette 1, on side labeled "I," and continues on cassette 2, on the unlabeled side. Side labeled "J" contains unrelated recording of an Art Center staff party with Robert Irwin present.
Copy of interview begins on duplicate cassette 1, side labeled "I," and continues on duplicate cassette 2, which is labeled "second 1/2."
2
21
Robert Irwin, Lecture, California State University, Humboldt, 1973 February 28
1 sound cassette
Duplicate of sound from original video reel
1 videoreels (1/2 inch)
2
22
Robert Irwin, Social Gathering, San Francisco, 1973 March
1 sound cassette
Original, not dated; labeled "At Nell's House"
1 sound cassette
Duplicate; labeled "At Nell's House"
3
1
Robert Irwin, Los Angeles, 1974 July
1 sound tape reel
Box labeled "Personal interview, Los Angeles, New material for book, parts 3-4 (I have part 1 in long hand)"
Recording on side 1; May 30, 1975 interview on opposite side of same reel
3
2
Robert Irwin, 1975 May 30
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Teleph. conv. re: Chicago & Fort Worth"
Recording on side 2; July 1974 interview is on opposite side of same reel.
3
3
Robert Irwin, 1975 June
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Article #4, placing your attention on the periphery of knowing"
3
4
Robert Irwin, 1975 August
3 sound cassettes
Duplicates
1 sound tape reel
Original; box label reads "latest article"
Side 1 of duplicate cassette 1 of 3 contains approximately 8 min., 30 seconds of Irwin interview not found on original reel. Duplicate cassette 2 of 3 (labeled "side 2 1/2") contains an additional lecture and Q&A with an unidentified male speaker, approximately 41 minutes in duration.
3
5
Robert Irwin, 1975 December
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Telephone call, Irwin conversation re: 'placing your attention' final OK"
3
6
Robert Irwin, 1976
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Hegel, Marx, Kierkegaard, also Whitney show discussion"
3
7
Robert Irwin, Lecture, "Artist As Educator," Berkeley Museum , 1976 May 5
See box 4, item 19; Hap Tivey, Lecture, San Francisco Art Institute, 1977 October
3
Robert Irwin, 1976 May 12
See box 5, folder 3; Panel Discussions, Space and Place, UCLA
3
Robert Irwin, 1977 June 2
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Telephone conv. re: Whitney show"
3
8
Robert Irwin, 1977 July 5-6
1 sound tape reel
3
9
Robert Irwin, 1977 August 3
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Telephone conversation re: editing of article #5"
3
10
Robert Irwin, Interview fragment, circa 1977
See box 1, item 21; Robert Colescott, 1979 February 1
3
Robert Irwin, Lecture, Berkeley Museum Series, 1978 April 20
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "At time of 'Space As Support' exhibition, excellent ocndensation of theories"
3
11
Robert Irwin, 1979 May 26
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Discussion re: premis of light and space book"
3
12
Robert Irwin, 1980 July 15
1 sound tape reel
Box label reads "Newest work, book discussion L&S"
3
13
Robert Irwin, 1984
2 sound cassettes
Originals
2 sound cassettes
Duplicates
Sequence of interview is cassette 1 of 2, unlabeled side, then side marked "84"; cassette 2 of 2, side marked 3, then side marked 2.
3
14
Robert Irwin, 1987 March
2 sound cassettes
Only side 1 of cassette 1 of 2 contains the interview from March, 1987. Brief and unrelated recordings exist on cassette 1, side 2, and cassette 2, side 1.
3
15
Oliver Jackson, 1982 August
2 sound cassettes
3
16
Craig Kauffman, 1976 February 6
1 sound tape reel
3
17
Jim Love, 1973 March
1 sound cassette
3
18
Tom Marioni Lecture, Indianapolis Museum, 1975 January
1 sound cassette
3
19
Fred Martin, 1980 November 5
1 sound tape reel
Original box labeled "blank," but reel is not blank.
3
20
Marshall McLuhan, Southern Methodist University, 1973 November 30
1 sound cassette
3
21
Blanche McVeigh and the Fort Worth Circle
See box 4, item 25; Richard Tuttle, Lecture in Dallas, Texas, circa 1971
3
Jack Mims, 1973
1 sound cassette
3
22
Robert Misrach
See box 1, item 2; Lita Albuquerque and Richard Misrach interview with unidentified curators at California State University at Fullerton, 1988
3
John Mason, 1978 July 28
1 sound tape reel
3
23
William Moritz
See box 5, folder 3; Panel Discussions, Space and Place, UCLA
3
Ed Moses, 1976
1 sound tape reel
3
24
Ed Moses, Lecture, San Francisco Art Institute, 1977 November
1 sound tape reel
3
25
Stephen Nagourney, P.S. 1, 1981 August
1 sound tape reel
3
26
Bruce Nauman, 1974 May 29
1 sound tape reel
3
27
Bruce Nauman, circa 1975
1 sound cassette
3
28
Bruce Nauman, 1976 June 26
1 sound tape reel
3
29
Bruce Nauman, 1981 March
2 sound cassettes
3
30
Manuel Neri, 1976 December
1 sound tape reel
3
31
Manuel Neri, 1980 December 18
1 sound tape reel
Original box labeled: "Art and the Spirit"
3
32
Louise Nevelson Lecture, Berkeley, Calif., circa 1975
1 sound cassette
3
33
Maria Nordman, 1978 April
1 sound tape reel
3
34
Maria Nordman, 1979 June 11
1 sound tape reel
3
35
Maria Nordman, 1979 June
1 sound tape reel
Original box labeled "Interview # III"
Different from June 11, 1979 recording.
3
36
Eric Orr, 1979 February 26
1 sound tape reel
3
37
Eric Orr, 1980 October
1 sound tape reel
3
38
Eric Orr, 1981 August
1 sound tape reel
4
1
Beverly Pepper, 1975 February 10
1 sound tape reel
4
2
Beverly Pepper, 1975 May 20
1 sound tape reel
Pepper interview is found in the middle of side 1 of reel. Reel also contains multiple partially taped-over recordings, including notes dictated by Butterfield regarding archival research at the beginning of side 1, a 2 min. fragment of an interview with Richard Arneson of October 1974 at the end of side 1, and a fragement of a forum on post-minimalist art in the middle of side 2.
4
3
Ken Price, 1978 July
2 sound tape reels
4
3
Joseph Raffael, 1976 July 15
1 sound tape reel
4
4
Milton Resnick, with Pat Passlof, circa 1970
2 sound cassettes
Original cassette 1 of 2 also labeled "Dennis Hopper," but Dennis Hopper is not in recording.
Cassette 2 of 2 also contains a conversation with unidentified men, possibly instructors at the Northwood Experimental Art Institute in Dallas, TX, and two fragments from unidentified acoustiguide recordings.
4
5
Milton Resnick, 1971 February 20
2 sound cassettes
Interview conducted by unidentified man, possibly Henry Hopkins.
4
6
Sam Richardson, 1978 May
1 sound tape reel
4
7
Sam Richardson, 1982 September
1 sound cassette
4
8
Jim Roche,
The Believable Literalism and Sure Fire Presentation; Here We Are Henry Piece
, circa 1972
1 sound cassette
Original cassette also labeled "Jim Roche personal tape piece" and "1. Relation symbols, 2. Wiritings on wall"
4
9
Jim Roche, 1973
2 sound cassettes
Cassette 2 of 2 marked "January" but seems to follow cassette marked "spring"
4
10
Ed Ruscha, circa 1981
1 sound cassette
4
11
Ursula Schneider, interview conducted by Lorri Surrihan, circa 1973
1 sound tape reel
4
12
Richard Serra
See also box 5, folder 2; Panel Discussions, Space and Place, UCLA
4
Richard Shaw, 1981 July
1 sound tape reel
4
13
Hassel Smith, circa 1974
1 sound cassette
Interview is on first 32 minutes of side 1 and last 13 minutes of side 2. Remainder of interview is taped over with a conversation among Smith, Carlos Villa, and Butterfield about the San Francisco Art Institute.
4
14
Hassel Smith, 1977
1 sound tape reel
4
15
Joan Tewkesbury Lecture, San Francisco Art Institute, 1976 October
1 sound tape reel
4
16
Wayne Thiebaud, 1976 July 4
1 sound tape reel
4
17
Hap Tivey, Interdisciplinary Seminar and Interview, San Francisco Art Institute, 1977 October
2 sound tape reels
Interview begins approximately 12 minutes into reel 1, side 2. Reel 2, side 2 also contains fragments of a recording of a 1974 meeting of Advocates for the Arts, and a slide talk by an unidentified artist, possibly Laddie John Dill.
Original box for reel 2 of 2 also labeled with names Robert Irwin, Judy Chicago, and Dennis O'Leary, but these individuals are not found in the recording.
4
18
Hap Tivey, Lecture, San Francisco Art Institute, 1977 October
1 sound tape reel
Side 2 of reel contians Robert Irwin Lecture, "The Artist as Educator," Berkeley Museum, May 5 1976.
4
19
Hap Tivey, 1979 February13
1 sound tape reel
4
20
Hap Tivey, 1986
1 sound cassette
4
21
Garner Tullis, 1981 November
2 sound cassettes
Handwritten note on cassette 1 of 2: "Sam Francis work"
4
22
James Turrell, 1979 June 16
2 sound tape reels
4
23
James Turrell, 1981 March
1 sound cassette
4
24
Richard Tuttle, Lecture in Dallas, Texas, circa 1971
1 sound cassette
Side 2 contains a recorded conversation between Butterfield and an unidentified man and woman concerning printmaker Blanche McVeigh and the Fort Worth Circle.
4
25
Dewain Valentine, circa 1978
1 sound cassette
Handwritten note on cassette: "first interview"
4
26
Dewain Valentine, 1979 October
1 sound tape reel
Original box also labeled "Sam Francis 6/22/79," and "no! blank - but keep above info: S.F. tape may be missing." Reel contains only the Valentine interview of October 1979.
4
27
Carlos Villa, 1978 March 4
1 sound tape reel
See also box 4, item 14; Hassel Smith, circa 1974, for a conversation between Smith, Villa and Butterfield regarding the San Francisco Art Institute.
4
28
Susan Kaiser Vogel, 1981 June
1 sound tape reel
4
29
Susan Kaiser Vogel, 1982 March 16
1 sound cassette
Handwritten notes on original cassette read "Side #3?" and "side#4?", but no sides 1 and 2 for this interview are found in the collection.
4
30
Susan Kaiser Vogel, 1984 August
1 sound cassette
4
31
Susan Kaiser Vogel, 1987 October
3 sound cassettes (microcassette)
4
32
Robert Wade, 1973
1 sound cassette
4
33
Doug Wheeler, 1979 July 15
2 sound tape reels
4
34
Doug Wheeler, 1981 March
1 sound cassette
4
35
Ed Wortz
See box 5, folder 2; Panel Discussions, Space and Place, UCLA
4
Michael Yost, Project Manager for Roden Crater, 1979 December 6
1 sound cassette
Poor sound quality
4
36
Michael Yost, Project Manager for Roden Crater, 1980 May
1 sound tape reel
Original reel also contains part of an oral history conducted by Jan Butterfield for the Archives of American Art. Reel has been removed from the collection and stored with the oral history collection. A digital copy of the Yost interview is available for research access.
4
37
Elyn Zimmerman, 1979 August
1 sound tape reel
4
38
Unidentified Artist, Question and Answer Discussion, circa 1959-1997
1 sound cassette
Handwritten note on label: "OK to erase"
4
39
Unidentified Artist, Class visit, circa 1959-1997
1 sound cassette
Class visit found in first 13 minutes of recording. Cassette also contains an unidentified literary reading, music, and fragments of an acoustiguide for a Van Gogh exhibition at LACMA.
4
40
Unidentified Curators, Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, circa 1959-1997
1 sound cassette
4
41
Unidentified Lecture on Light and Space Art in Antiquity, circa 1995
2 sound cassettes
Handwritten on both cassette cases: "Cutting Edge, 10/7"
4
42
Panel Discussions
The Influence of Modern Painting on Our Tradition
, University of Southern Illinois, with Milton Resnick and Edward Dugmore, 1959
1 sound tape reel
7 inch
5
1
Attack
, Milton Resnick and Ad Reinhardt Debate, The Club, 1961 January 1
1 sound tape reel
7 inch
5
1
Space and Place
, University of California Los Angeles
5
Hap Tivey, Mowry Baden, Ed Wortz, 1976 April 7
1 sound tape reel
5
2
Lloyd Hamrol and Richard Serra, 1976 April 28
1 sound tape reel
Introduction by Meredith Wortz.
5
2
Robert Irwin, 1976 May 12
2 sound cassettes
Duplicates
1 sound tape reel
Original
5
3
William Moritz, 1976 May 19
1 sound tape reel
5
3
What is the East? Where is the West?
, 1988
1 sound cassette
Speakers include Suzanne Muchnic, Diana Wong, Josene Starles, Carl Cheng, Joan Hugo, Daniel Wheeler, Ingird Awed, and Ann Page.
5
4
Light and Medium, Light as Vehicle
, College Art Association, New York, N.Y., 1997
2 sound cassettes
Speakers include Susan Chorpenning, Judit Hersko, Stefan Becker, and Seth Riskin.
5
4

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