Kill Your TV: Jim Moir’s Weird World of Video Art

Press/Media: Research


Featuring works from the REWIND archive:

Peter Donebaur, Entering, 1974

The Video Show (Documentation), Stephen Partridge, 1975

Monitor, Stephen Partridge, 1974

101 TV Sets (Documentation), David Hall & Tony Sinden, 1975

Vidicon Inscriptions, David Hall, 1973

TV Interruptions, David Hall, 1971

Doppelganger, Elaine Shemilt, 1979-81

The Critics Informed Viewing, Catherine Elwes, 1982

There is a Myth, Catherine Elwes, 1984

Scratch Free State, George Barber, 1983

Absence of Satan, George Barber, 1985

Tilt, George Barber, 1983

Period24 Nov 2019

Media coverage


Media coverage

  • TitleKill Your TV: Jim Moir’s Weird World of Video Art
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletBBC 4
    Media typeTelevision
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    DescriptionUniversity people who participated:

    Elaine Shemilt: Interview and artwork screened

    Stephen Partridge: Artwork Screened

    Adam Lockhart: Interview and consultant

    A number of works were screened from DJCADs REWIND archive.
    Producer/AuthorJim Moir
    PersonsAdam Lockhart, Elaine Shemilt