Vinylvideo™ (1998-2002)

Mixed media installation

Vinylvideo™ (1998-2002)

Photo: Marcos Morilla

VinylVideo™ is a new, wondrous and fascinating development in the history of audio-visual media. For the fi rst time in the history of technological invention,VinylVideo™ makes possible the storage of video (moving image plus sound) on analogue long-play records. Playback from the VinylVideo™ picture disk is made possible with the VinylVideo™ unit which consists of a normal turntable, a special conversion box (aka the VinylVideo™ Home Kit) and a television. In its combination of analogue and digital elements, VinylVideo™ is a relic of fake media archaeology. At the same time, VinylVideo™ is a vision of new live video mixing possibilities. By simply placing the tone arm at different points on the record, VinylVideo™ makes possible a random access manipulation of the time axis. With the extremely reduced picture and sound quality, a new mode of audio-visual perception evolves. In this way, VinylVideo™ reconstructs a home movie medium as a missing link in the history of recorded moving images while simultaneously encompassing contemporary forms of DJing and VJing.

www.vinylvideo.com


Gebhard Sengmüller is an artist. Lives and works in Austria.

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