Stephen Partridge

Nato a Leicester 1953. Born in Leicester in 1953.

Stephen Partridge è un artista e Professore di Media Art e ha fondato REWIND | Artists’ Video in the 70s & 80s, rewind.ac.uk; Narratives in Expanded Cinema; e REWINDItalia.  Direttore della Ricerca responsabile per la gestione della ricerca presso il Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee dove ha fondato la School of Television & Imaging.

Stephen Partridge is an artist an academic and founding Director of REWIND | Artists’ Video in the 70s & 80s, rewind.ac.uk; Narratives in Expanded Cinema; e REWINDItalia. He is responsible for the development of research for Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee where he founded the School of Television & Imaging.

Le sue opere esploravano il formato e il medium della trasmissione televisiva ed erano commissionate e presentate da Channel 4 e BBC 2; le sue opere erano incluse nelle esibizioni video landmark degli anni ’70; the Video Show, Serpentine London (1975); The Installation Show, Tate gallery, London (1976); The Paris Biennale (1977); The Kitchen, New York (1979). Nel 2015 sua opera ‘Monitor’ (1974) e’ stato acquisto per la collezione Tate, Londra.

His works explore the format of the medium of video and television and have been commissioned and presented by Channel and BBC2; his works were shown in the landmark exhibitions of the 1970s’ the Video Show, Serpentine London (1975); The Installation Show, Tate gallery, London (1976); The Paris Biennale (1977); The Kitchen, New York (1979) and in 2015 his work ‘Monitor’  (1974) was acquired for the Tate collections.

http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/partridge-monitor-t14346

http://www.rewind.ac.uk/partridge/pages2/MON.htm

Bibliografia

Video and Expanded Cinema in Britain in Narrative Exploration in Expanded Cinema, David Curtis and Al Rees, Tate Publishing, 2011

Interruptions-Interventions, in Rewind: The First Two Decades of British Video Art, Sean Cubitt and Stephen Partridge, BFi Palgrave Macmillan, 2011

A History of Artists’ Film and Video in Britain, Curtis David, BFI Publishing, 2008

A History of Video Art, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Berg, Oxford, 2006

Experimental Film and Video, Jackie Hatfield, John Libbey Publishing 2005

Video Art: A Guided Tour, Catherine Elwes, Published by I.B. Tauris, 2004

Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art, Julia Knight, Arts Council/John Libbey, 1996

A Directory of British Film and Video Artists, David Curtis, Arts Council/John Libbey, London, 1996

The Video Show, Serpentine Gallery, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1975.

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