Installation No 1 (1976)
Duration: Live CCTV
Year: 1976Media types:
VideoType of work:
Closed Circuit TV Installation
Funding source: Scottish Arts Council
First exhibited: 'Towards Defining An Aesthetic', Third Eye Centre, Glasgow.
Technical details: 4 x monitors, 4 camera cctv. Video Mixer
Closed-circuit video installation using 4 cameras and 4 monitors and vision mixer. Cameras 1 and 2 were fed to a mixer which superimposed one on the other and fed monitors B and D. Cameras 3 and 4 fed monitors A and C and therefore the spectator could not see their image directly, only as a mix on monitors B and D as an iage within an image.
Article from Studio International, 1976 ‘Video – Report by Tamara Krikorian’. Krikorian reports on two events in Glasgow – ‘Symposium: The future of video in Scotland, Event: Towards Defining an Aesthetic, Third Eye centre’. Includes information on ‘Installation 1’
Letter from Tamara Krikorian to Stephen Partridge regarding the use of images of ‘Monitor’ and ‘Installation no 1’ for a publication at the Third Eye Centre, 1978
Document including, from Tamara Krikorian to Steve Partridge, regarding ‘Video defining an Aesthetic’, Third Eye Centre, 1977
Article from Studio International, 1976 – Stephen Partridge discusses the process of video, with information on his works ‘Interlace’, ‘Snow Scale’ and his installation No1 at Third Eye Centre Glasgow and 8x8x8 at Tate Britain