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1. icon: author Dieter Daniels «Television-Art or anti-art? Conflict and cooperation between the avant-garde and the mass media in the 1960s and 1970s»
of any utopia involving peaceful symbiosis between art and the mass media. John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1969 film «Film No. 6, Rape» is equally radical. It was produced and broadcast by ORF, and shows a camera crew following a passer-by down the [more]more
2. icon: author Rudolf Frieling «Reality/Mediality Hybrid Processes Between Art and Life»
reveals!». On the other hand, the same process can be demonstrated and produced as an act of inscription, as in «Film No.6, Rape» ( John Lennon and Yoko Ono, 1969). Whereas a classical artistic perspective on the question of the body-conditioned [more]more
3. icon: author Rudolf Frieling «Reality/Mediality Hybrid Processes Between Art and Life»
Beatles events, together with the Austrian public broadcaster ORF Ono and John Lennon produced the television broadcast «Film No. 6, Rape» (1969). As Reality TV—an unknown woman was genuinely stalked by a camera— [more]more
4. icon: author Inke Arns «Social Technologies Deconstruction, subversion, and the utopia of democratic communication»
video and media art, artists often address the subjects of surveillance and control. John Lennon and Yoko Ono's «Film No. 6, Rape» (1969) is one of the first works to anticipate with almost uncanny precision the reality TV aesthetics of the late [more]more