Robert Irwin's Two Running Violet V Forms. Richard Fleischner's La Jolla Project. Terry Allen's Talking Trees
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[Title, Date]. Stuart Collection Records. RSS 1250. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
Mary Beebe talking about the Stuart Collection and Robert Irwin's Two Running Violet V Forms. Robert Irwin talking about his piece. Installation of Two Running Violet V Forms . Mathieu Gregoire going over plans with Richard Fleischner. Fleischner discussing his piece La Jolla Project. Plywood versions of the piece in situ. Terry Allen discussing his Trees. Applying the lead to the dead trees. Some of the spoken works and music that are broadcast from the "talking" and "singing" trees. Installing the Trees.
- Physical Description
3/4-inch video recording (59 minutes, 35 seconds)
- Personal Names
- Fleischner, Richard (American environmental artist and sculptor, born 1944)
- Allen, Terry (American conceptual artist and musician, born 1943)
- Irwin, Robert (American environmental artist and sculptor, born 1928)
- Gregoire, Mathieu (American conceptual artist, born 1953)
- Beebe, Mary Livingstone, 1940-
Located in Series 2) Original Recordings.
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University of California, San Diego
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Shared Shelf: 21733674
- Location Of Originals
This digital video recording is a surrogate of an item from the Stuart Collection Records (Box 4, Folder 5).
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Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/sca)
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