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Keywords: Alfons Schilling

30 documents in the collection


Video document
[Yvonne Rainer, "Carriage Discreteness" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 15 and 21, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (20 min., 31 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Carriage Discreteness" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 15 and 21, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[Steve Paxton, "Physical Things" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 13 and 19, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (8 min., 17 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Physical Things" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 13 and 19, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[Robert Rauschenberg, "Open Score" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 14 and 23, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (14 min., 35 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Open Score" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 14 and 23, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[Öyvind Fahlström, "Kisses Sweeter than Wine" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 21 and 22, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (1 hr., 8 min., 31 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Kisses Sweeter than Wine" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 21 and 22, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

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[Lucinda Childs, "Vehicle" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 16 and 23, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (8 min., 2 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Vehicle" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 16 and 23, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

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[Robert Whitman, "Two Holes of Water-3" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 18 and 19, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (20 min., 22 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Two Holes of Water-3" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 18 and 19, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[Deborah Hay, "Solo" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 13 and 23, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (37 min., 20 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Solo" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 13 and 23, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[David Tudor, "Bandoneon ! (a combine)" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 14 and 18, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (23 min., 12 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Bandoneon ! (a combine)" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 14 and 18, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[Alex Hay, "Grass Field" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 13 and 22, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (20 min., 31 s.) : digital; BETACAM. – Edited factual footage of "Grass Field" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 13 and 22, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Video document
[John Cage, "Variations VII" : performance presented in the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 15 and 16, 1966 / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators; editing: Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology]. – 2006 (1966). – 1 videocassette (24 min., 58 s.) : digital, BETACAM, Fujifilm D321. – Edited factual footage of "Variations VII" shot in 16 mm film by Alfons Schilling on October 15 and 16, 1966 (see: 9 EV 00031602). – The shots have been placed in order to respect - to the extent possible - the sequence of the performance's two presentations. – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

Cinematographic film
[9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering] / Produced by Billy Klüver; camera operators: Alfons Schilling and other unknown operators. – [Shot from October 13 to 23, 1966]. . – 24 film reels (ca 9 hr.): original, b&w, silent; 16 and 35 mm + negatives. – Factual footage of each of the performances by John Cage ("Variations VII", October 15 and 16), Lucinda Childs ("Vehicle", October 16 and 23), Öyvind Fahlström ("Kisses Sweeter than Wine", October 21 and 22), Alex Hay ("Grass Field", October 13 and 22), Deborah Hay ("Solo", October 13 and 23), Steve Paxton ("Physical Things", October 13 and 19), Yvonne Rainer ("Carriage Discreteness", October 15 and 21), Robert Rauschenberg ("Open Score", October 14 and 23), David Tudor ("Bandoneon ! (A Combine)", October 14 and [...].