Lightbox at Home - Why I Got Into TV & Other Stories

By: Lightbox Film Center


Lightbox at Home: Why I Got Into TV and Other Stories

Lightbox at Home is an ongoing series that highlights overlooked films and videos available for free online viewing. Lightbox Director Jesse Pires has chosen a wide range of moving image works that are ripe for rediscovery. Each piece is accompanied by an introduction to further explore its context and significance. Lightbox at Home is the ideal companion to Lightbox’s cutting-edge film exhibition program. 

Episode Two: Why I Got Into TV & Other Stories (Ilene Segalove, US, 1983, 10 min.)

Introduced by Jesse Pires (Lightbox Film Center at UArts) & Barbara London (Curator/Author)

Barbara London is a New York-based curator and writer, who founded the video-media exhibition and collection programs at The Museum of Modern Art, where she worked between 1973 and 2013. Her current projects include the book Video Art/The First Fifty Years (Phaidon: 2020), and the exhibition “Seeing Sound” (Independent Curators International, 2020-2024.)


Why I Got Into TV and Other Stories - 1983