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Museum Retrospective Celebrates Pioneering Work of Video Artists Videofreex

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art celebrates the prescient work of art collective Videofreex which, in the late ’60s and ’70s, created a large amount of video art meant as “guerilla television.”

As curator Andrew Ingall tells The New York Times, “Back then, there was a utopian idea about video technology. It was accessible and affordable. It was democratic. It could document what was going on and spread the word. People thought it was going to change the world.”

Videofreex: The Art of Guerilla Television will be running through July 12th at SUNY New Paltz’s museum. Read the full story here.