November 30, 2017

Living Room: Steve Seid

Steve Seid. Photo by Laura Flippen.

Steve Seid. Photo by Laura Flippen.

Steve Seid, former curator at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, talks about the National Center for Experiments in Television (1967–1975). In one lost-and-found work from the center, Joanne Kyger’s Descartes, he senses that “video itself is generating consciousness.”

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