Tony Conrad Bibliography


baby jerry (1968, October 25). "Sprockets," East Village Other.

Battcock, Gregory, ed. (1967). The New American Cinema. New York: Dutton.

Bernier, J. (1970) "The Flicker Phenomenon," unpublished paper based on subjects exposed to The Flicker.

Canby, Vincent (1966, September 16). "Independent Cinema Series Adds Dimension to Festival," New York Times.

Dekom, Otto (1966, October 26). "Bury Underground Films," Wilmington Morning News .

Gardner, R.H. (1966, September 26). "Of Stage and Screen," Baltimore Sun .

Hill, Chris (1995). "Tony Conrad interview by Chris Hill."in the Vasulka archive

Kanesaka, Kenji, ed. (1968). Underground Generation. Tokyo.

------------------------ (1969). "Minimal vs. Funk," Space Design. 53 (April).

------------------------ (1970). "Film Report," Bijutsu Techo (No. 11).

Kelman, Ken (1967). "The Flicker," New Cinema Bulletin (May).

Mekas, Jonas (1966, March 24). "Movie Journal," Villge Voice .

------------------------ (1966, November 9) "Movie Journal," Villge Voice .

Picard, Lil (1970). "Zoom," Andy Warhol's Interview 2 (No. 1).

Preston, Richard (1966). "Voyeurama," East Village Other (March).

Renan, Sheldon (1968). Introduction to the American Underground Film. New York: Dutton. 138-140.

Sitney, P. Adams (1970). "Structural Film," Film Culture, 43 (April).

------------------------ (1970). Film Culture Reader. New York: Praeger. 343.

(1967). "The Social Dropout," Look Magazine (January 10).

Yates, Peter (1966). letter, Arts and Architecture (February-March).


Links

Wikipedia entry (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Conrad)

Materials in the Vasulka archive

Table of the Elements site (www.tonyconrad.com/artkive/)
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 1998 16:42:21 EDT
From: BStater (BStater@AOL.COM)

Just a bit more information concerning Smith and Conrad. The site designated in the subject title above provides the following information:

The latest news from Table of the Elements is that we've given Tony Conrad his own label, an imprint of TotE titled Audio ArtKive. The first two releases are by the late filmmaker, photographer and performance artist Jack Smith: Les Evening Gowns DamnŽes and Silent Shadows on Cinemarok Island, both of which are culled from Tony's vast archival library. The material includes readings of short stories and other audio excursions (featuring spectacular lo-fi monaural backing by the likes of Tony, John Cale, Angus MacLise, Mario Montez and so forth), as well as excerpts from Conrad's soundtracks for Smith's films, most notably Flaming Creatures. Both discs are grouped under the heading "56 Ludlow Street 1962 - 1964," which was Tony's place where he roomed with Jack and later with John Cale, and where all of this material was recorded (Tony's Four Violins was created there as well).
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