Charlotte Moorman

Described by composer Edgar Varese as "the Jeanne d'Arc of new music," Charlotte Moorman was a central figure of the New York avant garde of the 1960s and '70s. In 1963 she established the Annual Avant Garde Festival in New York, which she directed for two decades. As a performer, she was a longtime collaborator of Nam June Paik, who created many of his best-known pieces for her, including TV Bra for Living Sculpture (1969) and TV-Cello(1971).   full biography

Titles with or about Charlotte Moorman

 
 
1995, 29 min, color, sound
 
1973, 42 min, color, sound
 
1997, 23:25 min, color, sound
 
1998, 40 min, color, sound
 
1973, 28:30 min, color, sound
 
1977, re-edited 1979, 28:33 min, color, sound
 
1967, 5:10 min, color and b&w, silent
 
1965-73, compiled 2000, 25:08 min, b&w and color, sound
 
1964-94, 30:05 min, b&w, sound
 
1973, 30 min, b&w, sound
 
1993, 80 min, color, sound
 
1965-71, 23:25 min, color, silent
 
 

See also

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1966-1972, 29:25 min, color, sound
 
1973, re-edited 1976, 29:02 min, color, sound
 
1982, 27:58 min, color, sound
 
1986, 30:32 min, color, sound
 
Documenta 6 Satellite Telecast

Joseph Beuys, Douglas Davis, and Nam June Paik

1977, 30 min, color, sound
 
SeOUL-NY/Fluxus Reunion

Stephen Vitiello with Linda Post and Janice Young

1995, 30 min, color, sound
 
1967, 5:10 min, color and b&w, silent
 
1969-2001, 11:36 min, b&w, sound
 
1969-84, 12:08 min, b&w, sound
 
1972, 6 min, color, silent