Related materials

Material we chose as far and near related to Kathy Acker’s life and works.

 

KATHY ACKER:———————————————————————

– Acker’s audio recordings on UBU web.

– Kathy Acker’s Dream Maps.

– Kathy Acker interviews William S. Burroughs: part 1, part 2, part 3.

Kathy Acker, documentary by Alan Benson (1984).

Kathy Acker at the ICA (1986).

Kathy Acker interviewed on Bookworm, August 31, 1992, discussing the Portrait of an eye collection.

– No one can find little girls anymore: Kathy Acker in Australia, movie by Jonathan Dawson, 1997 (imdb).

OTHERS:——————————————————————————

– Chris Burden, Shoot, November 19, 1971.

– Jonas Mekas, Reminiscences of a journey to Lithuania (1972).

– Chris Burden, TV Hijack, January 14, 1972.

– Bernadette Mayer’s Memory (1972).
https://hyperallergic.com/404096/bernadette-mayer-memory-canada-gallery-2017/
https://newyorkschoolpoets.wordpress.com/2016/04/24/bernadette-mayers-memory-as-an-everyday-life-project/
https://vimeo.com/235399504

– Vito Acconci, Seedbed (1972).
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7ygpc
https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/266876
https://www.moma.org/collection/works/109933

– Vito Acconci, Undertone (1972).

– Jackson MacLow, The 8-Voice Stereo-Canon Realization Of The Black Tarantula Crossword Gathas (1973).

– Marina Abramovic, Rythm 0 (1974).

– Dan Graham, Opposing Mirrors and Video Monitors on Time Delay, 1974.
https://www.sfmoma.org/artwork/93.78.1-7/

– Dan Graham, Present Continuous Past(s), 1974.
http://www.medienkunstnetz.de/works/present-continuous-pasts/
http://www.newmedia-art.org/cgi-bin/show-oeu.asp?ID=150000000020624&lg=GBR

– Ed Bowes, radio play Sexless/Half a family (1975).

– Dan Graham, Yesterday/Today, 1975.
https://vanabbemuseum.nl/en/collection/details/collection/?lookup%5B1673%5D%5Bfilter%5D%5B0%5D=id%3AC1131

– Robert Ashley, Music with roots in the aether (1976).

– Laurie Anderson, New York Social Life from « New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media: Women In Electronic Music – 1977 » (1977).

– Laurie Anderson, Time to go (for Diego) from « New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media: Women In Electronic Music – 1977 » (1977).

– Barbara Baracks reading (1977).

– Amos Poe, The Foreigner (1977).

– Chantal Ackerman, News From Home (1977).

– Mars, The complete studio recordings NYC 1977-1978.

Punk Art, Online catalogue, exhibition, Washington DC, 1978.

– Marcia Resnick, Re-Visions (1978).

– Vivianne Dick, Guerillere talks (1978).

Bernadette Mayer and Lewis Warsh, reading, Public Access Poetry, April 26th, 1978.

– Wendy Clarke, Love Tapes, 1978-1982

VV. No New York (Antilles), 1979, producer Brian Eno. With Contortions / Teenage Jesus and the Jerks / Mars / DNA.

– Robert Ashley, Automatic Writing (1979).

– Michael McClard, Motive (1979), film, with Jimmy de Sana.

– Jimmy de Sana, Submission (with introd. by William S. Burroughs), 1980 (photographs).
Photo of Kathy.

– Bette Gordon, Anybody’s woman (1981).

– DNA, A taste of DNA (1981)

– Amos Poe, Subway Riders (1981).

– Beth B and Scott B, Vortex (1982).

– Laurie Anderson, Big science (1982).

– Bette Gordon, Variety (1983), script by Kathy Acker.

– VNS Matrix, A cyberfeminist manifesto for the 21st century (1991).

– Bikini Kill, Revolution girl style now! (1991).

– Kaucyila Brooke, Kathy Acker’s Clothes, 1998-2004.

– Matias Viegener interviews Chris Kraus about Kathy Acker (2017).