Beryl Korot (born September 17, 1945) is an American visual artist. Her practice includes video installation, weaving, paper tapestries, digital embroidery, and drawings. Korot is a pioneer of video art, and of multiple channel work in particular.
Beryl Korot is an internationally known video artist who has created multimonitor installations which have been shown all over the world. She is best known for her multiple channel works Dachau 1974 and Text and Commentary , 1977, and her two collaborations with composer Steve Reich, The Cave and Three Tales , both of which brought video art ...
Artist: Beryl Korot (American, born New York 1945) Date: 1974. Medium: Four-channel video installation, transferred from video tape, black-and-white, sound, 24 min. with printed pictogram. Edition: 3/3 + 1 artist's proof. Dimensions: Variable. Classification: Variable Media
Korot was the cofounder and coeditor of Radical Software (1970–74), the first publication to discuss the technical and formal possibilities of the new medium of video, and she coedited Video Art: An Anthology (1976). She graduated from Queens College in 1967 with a BA in English literature. Korot lives and works in New York City.
Por Mariano Ramis / marzo 13, 1976 / artistas / Estados Unidos /. Beryl Korot (Estados Unidos 1945) pionera del video arte desde la década del 1970, época en la que era co-editora de la revista Radical Software. Sus obras del mismo período, Dachau 1974 y Text and Commentary, tuvieron gran repercusión, las mismas exploraban la posibilidad de ...
Beryl Korot Text and Commentary 1976-77. Not on view. Text and Commentary established a dialogue between traditional weaving techniques and the nascent medium of video, both of which are rooted in the encoding and transmission of information.
13 de nov. de 2017 · Beryl Korot. American, born 1945. Works 1 work online Beryl Korot. Text and Commentary. 1976-77. Exhibition Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959–1989. Nov 13, 2017–Apr 8, 2018. MoMA. Publications