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Author: Billy Kluver

107 documents in the collection

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[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.

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[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.

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[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.

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[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.

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[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.

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[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.

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[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.

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[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.

Video document : Interview
[Interviews made within the framework of producing documentaries on "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering" / Produced by Experiments in Art and Technology; interviewers: Barbro Schultz Lundestam, Julie Martin, Billy Klüver]. – [Shot September 7, 1997]. – 1 videocassette (2 hr. 4 min.): : master copy, analogical, col., sd., stereo, DVCAM (Sony). – Interviews with Harold Hodges, technical designer of "Kisses Sweeter than Wine" by Öyvind Fahlström; Larry Helios, technical designer of "Solo" by Deborah Hay; Bob Whitman, author of "Two Holes of Water-3" and Per Biorn, technical designer of "Carriage Discreteness" by Yvonne Rainer; performances presented during "9 Evenings: Theater and Engineering," 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 13-23, 1966. – Reference copy available (1 VHS videocassette). – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre [...].

Video document : Interview
[Interviews made within the framework of producing documentaries on "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering" / Produced by Experiments in Art and Technology; interviewers: Barbro Schultz Lundestam, Julie Martin, Billy Klüver]. – [Recorded September 3, 1997]. – 1 videocassette (1 hr. 48 min.): master copy, col., sd., stereo, DVCAM (Sony). – Interview with Frank Stella, performer in "Open Score" by Robert Rauschenberg; performance presented during "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering," 69th Regiment Armory (New York, N.Y., United States), October 14-23, 1966 (00. to 41 min.). Also contains an interview with David White (from 41 min. to 1 hr. 17 min.); digitized photographs of "Open Score" by Peter Moore and the "9 Evenings" poster (from 1 hr. 17 min. to 1 hr. 19 min.); comments by Billy Klüver on the tennis racks [...].

Video document : Interview
[Interviews made within the framework of producing documentaries on "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering" / Produced by Experiments in Art and Technology; interviewers: Barbro Schultz Lundestan, Julie Martin, Billy Klüver]. – [Recorded on the 7 and 8 of september, 1996]. – 1 videocassette (2 hr. 4 min.): master, col., sd., stereo, NTSC, DVCAM. – Interviews with Jim McGee, performance engineer of "Open Score" by Robert Rauschenberg and Harold Hodges, performance engineer of "Kisses Sweeter than Wine" by Öyvind Fahlström; performances presented within the context of "9 Evenings : Theatre and Engineering," The Armory, (New York, N. Y., United Staes), October 22-23, 14-23, 1966. – Reference copy available (1 VHS videocassette). – The Daniel Langlois foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering fonds.

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