This page contains excerpts of film and video footage from the Howard Wise Gallery in New York, including television documentaries, interviews, and documentation of works exhibited at the gallery.
Exhibited at the Howard Wise Gallery in 1970, Light Space Modulator was described by Moholy-Nagy as an "apparatus for the demonstration of the effects of light and movement."
This documentation of a kinetic sculpture by Argentinian experimental artist Julio Le Parc (b. 1928) was part of the "On the Move" exhibition at the Howard Wise Gallery in 1964.
On the occasion of his solo exhibition at the Howard Wise Gallery in 1965, experimental filmmaker and artist Len Lye (1901-1980) discusses his work The Loop (1964) in the following interview.
Paul Williams' Light Hemisphere, a transparent Plexiglas semi-sphere housing garlands of small lights programmed to flash at certain intervals, was exhibited at the Howard Wise Gallery in 1967 as part of the large group exhibition "Lights In Orbit."
An experiment in light, Thomas Tadlock's sculpture of random geometric patterns was exhibited at the Howard Wise Gallery as part of the "Lights In Orbit" exhibit in 1967.
The BBC travels to New York to investigate recent developments in contemporary art, focusing on uses of new technology and audience participation. The Howard Wise Gallery is featured, along with Tony Martin's Game Room (1968), which is on view.
The BBC program explores Tony Martin's Game Room (1968) in further detail. Outfitted with photo-electric cells which turn different elements of the project on and off, the Game Room is a highly interactive and experiential project that allows the participant to "create his own environment."