​​5dim/MIND (1983) by Ken Feingold

Saturday, May 19, 1984, 8:00 pm

Video from the Kitchen


762 Valencia St.

San Francisco, CA 94110

Ken Feingold: 5dim/MIND, 1983, 29 min., color, stereo; “…in a rush of secular geometry, 5dim/MIND, reintroduces otherness as substance. Feingold’s encyclopedic vision of the world and its content is composed of off-air footage, combined with produced images and ambient, subliminal sound…” -Amy Taubin. Pat Hearn: Seizure, 1980, 15 min., color, stereo; “Divine inspiration. A chronic nervous disease, characterized by convulsions and unconsciousness.” —P. H. George Landow (a.k.a. Owen Land): Noli Me Tangere, 1984, 6 min., color, stereo; “In this first videotape by Landow, an important avant-garde filmmaker, sexual and technological anxieties converge in a single obsessive image.” -Amy Taubin. Bill Viola: Reasons for Knocking at an Empty House, 1983, 19 min., b/w, stereo; “An attempt to stay awake continuously for 3 days while confined to a single upstairs room in an empty house.” -Amy Taubin.