Radical Software Vol. 2, No. 1. Changing Channels. Beryl Korot, eds Ira Schneider.

Radical Software Vol. 2, No. 1. Changing Channels.

New York: Gordon & Breach, 1972. First edition. 4to, 72 pp, saddle-stapled wraps.

Radical Software - one of the most important periodicals of the 1970's - focused upon video art and other new media in art, theory, and activism, and sought to explore these new technologies away from corporate control and broadcast media. Under this ambitious program they covered a remarkable diversity of topics, including art, social movements and networks, ecological concerns, anthropology, information science, education, architecture, and more.

This issue includes contributions by Don Benson, John Platt, Anne Tyng, Frank Gillette, Christopher Venne, Willard Van de Bogart, Robert Theobold, Tobe Carey, Dan Drasm, Dale Chihuly, and more. This issue also includes a proposal to fund a society for Anthropology of Visual Communication, by Sol Worth and Jay Rubin - a proposal that led to the formation of the Society for the Anthropology of Visual Communication.

Near fine with an old price sticker to cover and small crease to one tip. Item #28709

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