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Commanding Officer

Delaware Continental Regiment

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    University of Westminster's P3 gallery
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DESSAR - Dedication Address SC, 8 Nov 2012 [cached]
In order to deliver an account of the exploits of those brave Delawareans, bear with me as I assume the identity of Colonel David Hall, the commanding officer of the Delaware Continental Regiment in 1780.
End Piece by David Hall, ..., 16 Mar 2012 [cached]
End Piece by David Hall, consists of 1001 analogue TV sets which will become redundant on April 18, when the London area switches fully over to digital transmission
The installation, which opens today at the University of Westminster's P3 gallery, was created by David Hall in a bid to mark the event.
Hall, who made a similar installation in 1975 of 101 televisions at London's Serpentine Gallery, said that the technology shift to digital, away from analogue, was "significant and necessary - but also representative of a cultural shift".
Hall described his installation as 'a floorscape'.
In 1971 the Scottish Arts Council ..., 6 Mar 2008 [cached]
In 1971 the Scottish Arts Council (SAC) commissioned English artist David Hall, who presented a series of radical conceptual interruptions on Scottish Television, not only credited as being the first artists' interventions screened on British TV, but which many regard as the beginnings of 'British' video art. In 1973, an exhibition titled 'Open Circuit' was held at the SAC gallery, which included video installations by David Hall and Tony Sinden, alongside photography and film by other artists.
In Glasgow in 1976, the first major exhibition of video installation took place at the Third Eye Centre in Glasgow. 'Video: towards defining an aesthetic' argued for specific codes of consideration in the medium of video with David Hall's article in the accompanying catalogue beginning with the challenge: 'A brief attempt at some of the distinctions between video and film may be useful'.
Steve's Auto Restorations | DAVE HALL, 10 July 2015 [cached]
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Dave Hall
Under a poster-headline proclaiming ... [cached]
Under a poster-headline proclaiming 'Television has been attacking us all of our lives, now we can fight it back' (the words of Korean/US video-pioneer Nam June-Paik), it, too, pursued an inclusive selection policy, bringing together tapes by many community and political groups, work by international artists such as Dan Graham, William Wegman and the Vasulkas, and installations and performances by rising British stars such as David Hall, Susan Hiller and Tamara Krikorian.
David Hall, doyen of British video art, had established the programme in the early 1970's and his legacy and ideas on video and film as artforms were still very influential.These ideas she was later to combine with those of her PhD supervisor Malcolm Le Grice, in a ‘unified' theoretical framework evidenced in her articles for Millenium Film Journal and Filmwaves over the past few years.
From 1994 to 1995 she studied on the postgraduate programme in Electronic Imaging at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art where I was one of her tutors.After her Scottish sojourn she returned south and joined the University of Westminster in 1996, initially to take a Doctorate, but rose to Senior lecturer and Course Leader for Contemporary Media Practice, at the School of Media, Art and Design.
In 2003 we started discussing, and then seriously planning a research project that would investigate the ideas, aspirations, achievements of early British videoart, and select, conserve and preserve the best examples.This became REWIND| Artists' Video in the 70s & 80s, which she joined as its Research Fellow in early 2004.Before leaving Westminster she curated Experiments in Moving Image a survey of UK film and video works including installations and expanded cinema, staged rather appropriately at the Old Lumiere Cinema in central London, and again ‘unifying' the apparent diverse practice(s) of British film and video artists/makers.
Hall is also reputed to have coined the term ‘time-based media' (a claim also made for John Latham).
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