ARTICLES STEPHEN PARTRIDGE

ARTICLES BY STEPHEN PARTRIDGE

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Partridge.S. (1989). An Englishman Abroad in AND Journal of ART No 20 1989.

Partridge. S. 2006. Video: Incorporeal, Incorporate.Chapter in Experimental Film & Video:, An Anthology of artistsí writings. Editor Dr Jackie Hatfield; Published John Libbey Press, Eastleigh, UK. ISBN 0 86196 664 3. 283pp. pages 180-189.
Partridge.S. (2011). A Kick in the Eye: Video and Expanded Cinema in Britain. Chapter in Expanded Cinema: Art, Performance & Film. Edited by David Curtis and Al Rees. Tate Publishing, London. 2011. ISBN-10 1854379747.
Partridge, S., Cook, B. (ed.), Cubitt, S., Lockhart, A. (ed.), Shemilt, E. (ed.) & Cook, B. 2009. REWIND + PLAY- An Anthology of Early British Video. LUX, London.
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(April 2011) A Small Survey of Early Works. Chapter in Retrospektiv-Film-org videokunst| Norge 1960-90. Edited by Farhad Kalantary & Linn Lervik. Atopia Stiftelse, Oslo. ISBN: 978-82-998385-0-4 pp 350 pages 145-150 This elegantly produced hard cover book is the first publication of Atopia concerning the history of film and video art in Norway. It covers the period 1960 to 1990 and it offers an in-depth analysis of the art works by many national and international writers. This is a fully bilingual book in Norwegian and English with images taken from the works along with biographical information about 35 artists who have shaped the history of film and video art in Norway.
Partridge. S. (2012). Artists' Television: Interruptions-Interventions. Chapter in REWIND British Artists' Video in the 1970s & 1980s, 5,159 words. pp 75-90. (Edited Book) 130,000 words, Eds. Partridge S., Cubitt S. Goldsmiths. John Libbey Publishing. 2012. ISBN-10:0861967062

 

ARTICLES ON STEPHEN PARTRIDGE

THE GHOST IN THE MACHINE

by John Calcutt

an art.historian,critic and writer. He is Lecturer in Historical and Critical Studies at Glasgow School of Art.

MONITORING PARTRIDGE

by Al Rees

writer and critic on Fim. He is Senior Research Fellow in Fim at the Royal College of Art, London

DOWN AMONG THE PIXELS

by Anna Ridley

TALKING HEADS?

by Hugh Stoddart

Hugh Stoddart was director of the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham 1978-81. He showed, amongst other work by Steve Partridge, a newly commissioned piece titled Display/Displaced. It was positioned in front of large retail-style windows facing out on to John Bright Street, then the gallery's location. Hugh is now a screenwriter and an art critic.

This is a sentence

by Tom Van Vliet, Director of the World Wide Video Festival

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