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The  Daily Orange
October 27, 2011
Video of Ono’s exhibition remains hidden in vintage, battered black case

Trapped inside a haggard and taped-up videotape case is an account unseen from Yoko Ono's 1971 exhibition. It is art unseen. Only the words scrawled on a piece of tape hint at what lies inside: Videofreex, Yoko, B/W 1/2, 30 MINS.Videofreex, a group of nine ragtag artists in their 20s, exemplified the video art former Everson Director Jim Harithas introduced to the Everson during the 1970s. While living at a 60-acre farm in Lanesville, N.Y., the group traveled up and down the New York State Thruway practicing and teaching video art. During the time period, the group documented many exhibitions at the Everson, including the Ono exhibition.


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