Stan VanDerBeek Archive

Stan VanDerBeek, Movie-Drome, 1964–65, Dome theater with 16mm films, 35mm slides, 16mm and 35mm film transferred to high-definition video, and 70mm slides transferred to high-definition video (black and white and color, sound and silent; varying durations). Installation view, Signals: How Video Transformed the World, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 2023. Digital image © 2023 Department of Imaging and Visual Resources, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Robert Gerhardt. © 2023 Estate of Stan VanDerBeek.

Stan VanDerBeek, Movie-Drome, 1964–65, Dome theater with 16mm films, 35mm slides, 16mm and 35mm film transferred to high-definition video, and 70mm slides transferred to high-definition video (black and white and color, sound and silent; varying durations). Installation view, Signals: How Video Transformed the World, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 2023. Digital image © 2023 Department of Imaging and Visual Resources, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Robert Gerhardt. © 2023 Estate of Stan VanDerBeek.

Stan VanDerBeek, Movie-Drome, 1964–65, Dome theater with 16mm films, 35mm slides, 16mm and 35mm film transferred to high-definition video, and 70mm slides transferred to high-definition video (black and white and color, sound and silent; varying durations) © Estate of Stan VanDerBeek. Installation view, Signals: How Video Transformed the World, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 2023. Digital image © 2023 Department of Imaging and Visual Resources, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Robert Gerhardt. © 2023 Estate of Stan VanDerBeek.

Stan VanDerBeek, Movie-Drome, 1964–65, Dome theater with 16mm films, 35mm slides, 16mm and 35mm film transferred to high-definition video, and 70mm slides transferred to high-definition video (black and white and color, sound and silent; varying durations) © Estate of Stan VanDerBeek. Installation view, Signals: How Video Transformed the World, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 2023. Digital image © 2023 Department of Imaging and Visual Resources, The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Photo: Robert Gerhardt. © 2023 Estate of Stan VanDerBeek.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: See Saw Seems, Magenta Plains, New York, NY 2023.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: See Saw Seems, Magenta Plains, New York, NY 2023.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: See Saw Seems, Magenta Plains, New York, NY 2023.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: See Saw Seems, Magenta Plains, New York, NY 2023.

Stan VanDerBeek, See Saw Seems (still), 1965, 35mm film and Digital transfer, black and white, sound, 9:06 min.

Stan VanDerBeek, See Saw Seems (still), 1965, 35mm film and Digital transfer, black and white, sound, 9:06 min.

Installation view, Independent NY, Magenta Plains, New York, NY 2023.

Installation view, Independent NY, Magenta Plains, New York, NY 2023.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1959, Collage on board, 20 1/2 x 16 3/4 x 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1959, Collage on board, 20 1/2 x 16 3/4 x 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1964, Collage of ink and paper elements on paper, 16 3/4 × 14 1/2 × 1 1/4 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1964, Collage of ink and paper elements on paper, 16 3/4 × 14 1/2 × 1 1/4 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, c. 1964, Collage, 15 3/4 × 11 3/4 × 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, c. 1964, Collage, 15 3/4 × 11 3/4 × 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled (Culture Intercom), 1966, Photo, Text, and Pen Collage on Board, 30 × 20 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled (Culture Intercom), 1966, Photo, Text, and Pen Collage on Board, 30 × 20 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Panels for the Walls of the World: Phase I, 1970, Original fax transmissions and mixed media collage on paper, Mural Size (each): 76 1/2 x 240 in., Panel Size: 8 1/2 × 14 in. Installation view at OFFSCREEN, Grand Garage Haussmann, Paris, FR 2023. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Stan VanDerBeek, Panels for the Walls of the World: Phase I, 1970, Original fax transmissions and mixed media collage on paper, Mural Size (each): 76 1/2 x 240 in., Panel Size: 8 1/2 × 14 in. Installation view at OFFSCREEN, Grand Garage Haussmann, Paris, FR 2023. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: Panels for the Walls of the World, Walker Art Center Minneapolis, MN, 1970. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: Panels for the Walls of the World, Walker Art Center Minneapolis, MN, 1970. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, c. 1975, Collage on Paper, 18 3/4 × 42 × 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, c. 1975, Collage on Paper, 18 3/4 × 42 × 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1978-83, Pastel and Collage on Billboard Paper, 12 1/2 × 17 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1978-83, Pastel and Collage on Billboard Paper, 12 1/2 × 17 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1978-83, Collage on Billboard Paper, 15 1/8 × 18 1/4 × 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Untitled, 1978-83, Collage on Billboard Paper, 15 1/8 × 18 1/4 × 1 1/2 in.

Stan VanDerBeek, Poemfield No. 2, 1966–71, 16mm film and Digital transfer, color, sound, 5:45 min.

Stan VanDerBeek, Poemfield No. 2, 1966–71, 16mm film and Digital transfer, color, sound, 5:45 min.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: Poemfield, The Box, Los Angeles, 2014. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive. Photo credit: Fredrik Nilsen.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: Poemfield, The Box, Los Angeles, 2014. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive. Photo credit: Fredrik Nilsen.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek, Poemfield #1 in Coded: Art Enters the Computer Age, 1952-82, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA 2023.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek, Poemfield #1 in Coded: Art Enters the Computer Age, 1952-82, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA 2023.

Stan VanDerBeek, Movie Mural, 1965-1968, (Multimedia Installation) slides, and overhead projection for 9 portable tripod projection screens, 16mm film and 70mm slides transferred to digital video, 35mm. Installation view, Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2017. Image courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Stan VanDerBeek, Movie Mural, 1965-1968, (Multimedia Installation) slides, and overhead projection for 9 portable tripod projection screens, 16mm film and 70mm slides transferred to digital video, 35mm. Installation view, Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016, Whitney Museum of American Art, 2017. Image courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Stan VanDerBeek in front of Movie Mural. Installation view, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, ca. 1968. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Stan VanDerBeek in front of Movie Mural. Installation view, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, ca. 1968. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: Movie Mural, 55th Venice Biennale, IT 2013. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: Movie Mural, 55th Venice Biennale, IT 2013. Image courtesy of the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Installation view of Stan VanDerBeek: The Culture Intercom at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX 2011. Image courtesy of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and the Stan VanDerBeek Archive. Photo credit: Rick Gardner

Installation view of Stan VanDerBeek: The Culture Intercom at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX 2011. Image courtesy of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and the Stan VanDerBeek Archive. Photo credit: Rick Gardner

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: The Culture Intercom, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, 2011. Image courtesy the MIT List Visual Arts Center and the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

Installation view, Stan VanDerBeek: The Culture Intercom, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, 2011. Image courtesy the MIT List Visual Arts Center and the Stan VanDerBeek Archive.

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