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Series I. Project files, 1966-1992, 1966-1973

Physical Description: 112.5 lin. ft. 121 boxes, 7 flat file folders, 1 roll

Scope and Content Note

Arranged in rough chronological order by project. Includes organizational and fund-raising correspondence with museum directors, industry leaders and foundations, and between staff members; letters of inquiry, membership forms and project proposals, many with photographs and some with drawings, from artists and engineers who were interested in participating; E.A.T. proposals and reports, usually produced to attract sponsors and members; collected research material in the form of photocopied articles, government and foundation reports, brochures, equipment catalogs and clippings, especially pertaining to television and video; manuscripts; and notes by Klüver, Julie Martin and other E.A.T. staff. Especially well documented are "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering," 1966, the Pepsi Pavilion, 1970, the New York Collection for Stockholm, 1971-1973, and E.A.T.'s Technical Services Program. Notable participants in these and other activities are: Robert Breer, Trisha Brown, John Cage, Lucinda Childs, Lowell Cross, Douglas Davis, Öyvind Fahlström, Elsa Garmire, Pontus Hulten, Allan Kaprow, Marta Minujin, Fujiko Nakaya, Nam June Paik, John Pearce, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Rauschenberg, David Tudor, Fred Waldhauer and Robert Whitman.
Box 1

"9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering," 1966

Box 1, Folder 1-19

Original manuscripts (unpublished and incomplete)

Scope and Content Note

material by or about most of the performers, including: Harriet De Long, Pontus Hulten, Steve Paxton, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Robert Rauschenberg, David Tudor, Yvonne Rainer, John Cage, Lucinda Childs, Robert Whitman and Öyvind Fahlström. Files contain original manuscript drafts, many with annotations, drawings by engineers, performance instructions by Rauschenberg, 2 signed scores by Tudor, instructions by Cage, and notes. There is a substantial quantity of photographs and slides by Peter Moore and others with detailed captions and layout instructions (see also Series VI. Photographs), ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 1, Folder 21-22

MIT Press correspondence

Scope and Content Note

primarily regarding lost portions of manuscript (1974-1976) and also includes a few miscellaneous letters (1966-1968). A separate folder contains a list of the missing manuscript portions, ca. 40 items, many photocopies.
Box 1, Folder 23-24

Ms. copy

Scope and Content Note

photocopy of entire original manuscript, including missing sections, ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 2

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 2, Folder 1-3

Ms. copy

Box 2, Folder 4-7

Ms. working copy

Scope and Content Note

contains typescripts with extensive notes and annotations.
Box 2, Folder 8-10

De Long material

Scope and Content Note

primarily carbon copies of letters to artists requesting information about the performance and permission to reproduce material for the book, with some responses (see especially Simone Forti's notes for the old Tuscan song she sang between Rauschenberg's first and second performances). Also a 3 p. typescript telephone conversation with Grace Glueck, notes, drafts (see Box 50 for more) and miscellaneous, 1970-1973.
Box 2, Folder 11

Index

Scope and Content Note

list of materials contained in the following research files (O-X, E.A.T.'s numbering), but does not include everything.
Box 2, Folder 12

Introduction (0)

Scope and Content Note

background information in the form of clippings.
Box 2, Folder 13-14

Artists (I)

Scope and Content Note

descriptions of their pieces, comments, bios, announcements and some applicable correspondence with Cage, Childs, Fahlström, Deborah and Alex Hay, Paxton, Rainer, Rauschenberg, Tudor and Robert Whitman.
Box 2, Folder 15

Engineers (II)

Scope and Content Note

descriptions of their role in the performances.
Box 2, Folder 16-17

Retrospect (III)

Scope and Content Note

typescripts, some annotated, by Klüver, Robinson and Simone Whitman, and questionnaire responses from artists and engineers about the performances after-the-fact.
Box 3

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 3, Folder 1

Interface (IV)

Scope and Content Note

consists of preparatory material for the Stockholm Festival, such as Klüver notes for texts and letters, many meeting notes with Rauschenberg, Fahlström, Cage and others (Mar 11, 1966-Aug 14, 1966), project lists, progress reports, bulletins, description of pieces and letter from Oldenburg (May 11, 1966).
Box 3, Folder 2-3

Klüver (V)

Scope and Content Note

many mss. and some notes and copies of letters concerning the cancellation of the Stockholm Festival (for a good explanation see "Short Schedule of Events..." Jul 30, 1966), other mss. about ideas behind and purpose of "9 Evenings," and correspondence (ca. 20 items) with art critic Douglas Davis regarding interview published in Art in America.
Box 3, Folder 4-5

Sweden Correspondence (VI)

Scope and Content Note

very extensive correspondence with Knut Wiggins of Fylkingen (modern music society) and some with others concerning the Stockholm Festival. Includes detailed descriptions from Frank and Susan Konigsberg about their meetings in Sweden with Wiggins concerning financial and organizational problems, ca. 125 items.
Box 3, Folder 6

Telegrams (VII)

Scope and Content Note

30 items from Klüver to Cage, Tudor, Fahlström and others about organization.
Box 3, Folder 7-10

Press (VIII)

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence with editors, critics, sponsors and others about press coverage, press releases and briefings; radio and TV transcripts; substantial review clippings and copies of reviews; and copies of Swedish articles about Stockholm Festival, some with translation typescripts.
Box 3, Folder 11

Correspondence, Agreements (IX)

Scope and Content Note

typescripts of agreements with the Armory, Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts and the FCC.
Box 3, Folder 12

Correspondence, Equipment and Accommodations (IX)

Scope and Content Note

with suppliers about obtaining technical equipment and air and hotel accommodations for Swedish Festival.
Box 3, Folder 13

Correspondence, Financial (X)

Scope and Content Note

with sponsors and potential sponsors concerning donations, and with various companies after the event about unpaid bills (see also Box 4 and Series V. Financial).
Box 3, Folder 14

Information requests

Scope and Content Note

notes from John Baldessari, Richard Hamilton, Jean Brown and others, ca. 65 items.
Folder 15

Interview transcripts

Scope and Content Note

with Paxton, Deborah Hay, Alex Hay, Childs, Whitman, Trisha Brown and Bob Breer.
Box 3, Folder 16-21

Robinson files

Scope and Content Note

on power amplifier; on E.A.T. projects with letter from Paik, other correspondence and drawings of circuits; description of Bonino show; organization of E.A.T.; manuscript "What Really Happened at the Armory"; and other.
Box 3, Folder 22-23

Fahlström Files

Scope and Content Note

translation of "Armory" manuscript and 19 slides.
Box 3, Folder 24

Maricla Moyano Files

Scope and Content Note

19 p. photocopied typescript and 5 photographs of "9 Evenings."
Box 3, Folder 25

Rauschenberg Files

Scope and Content Note

includes 2 p. typescript instructions for "Open Score," 2 page fragment of a letter recruiting volunteers, and telexes.
Box 3, Folder 26

Deborah Hay Files

Scope and Content Note

"Solo" notes.
Box 4

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 4, Folder 1-7

Herb Schneider files

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence and mss.; "APP" file with description of wireless system, Stockholm Festival schematics and layouts, address lists, correspondence with potential speakers and those interested in the festival, such as Marshall McLuhan, Buckminster Fuller and Nam June Paik; "Discussion 1966" files with clippings and 9 photographs by Moore and 7 by others; and engineering files relating to many of the performances with notes and circuit drawings; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 4, Folder 8

Miscellaneous Klüver drafts

Scope and Content Note

includes mss. for Sep 29, 1966 press briefing, "Establishing an Interactive Relationship Between the Artist and Technology," and galley for "Art 1963-A New Vocabulary."
Box 4, Folder 12

Memo to engineers

Scope and Content Note

describing artists and potential problems.
Box 4, Folder 13-14

Film rental and photographorders

Box 4, Folder 15-17

Financial

Scope and Content Note

accounting ledger (ca. 1963-1965), payroll and box office accounting (see also Box 3 and Box 164).
Box 4, Folder 18

Early documents

Scope and Content Note

mostly photocopies of correspondence, reports and lists regarding organization and support for E.A.T. (1967) with a short handwritten statement by Rauschenberg.
Box 4, Folder 19

Clippings and press releases

Box 4, Folder 20-21

Miscellaneous: mostly correspondence and notes

Box 5

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 5, Folder 1-52

Tickets

Scope and Content Note

unused tickets and stubs with envelopes annotated as to type of ticket (i.e., paid, complimentary, press, discount), quantity and date.
Box 6

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Box 6, Folder 1-37

Artists' proposals, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

contains over 70 proposals filed in alpha order by artist, some with photographs and slides; drawings and/or schematics; bios with miscellaneous typescripts and clippings; E.A.T. correspondence with corporations for funding; correspondence between E.A.T. or the artist and engineers/scientists with technical comments; and patent information.
Includes proposals by John Cage (with handwritten notes); Sari Dienes (with 5 photos, correspondence and Poole notes); Ruth Francken (correspondence, proposal in 2 drafts dated May 8, 1968 with 1 photograph of maquette, and Feb 19, 1969 with drawing and 2 photos); Philip Glass (with correspondence, bio information including flyers and announcements, and 2 photos); Allan Kaprow (with correspondence and budget sheets); Marta Minujin ("Phone Booth" with 7 photos; "Simultaneity in Simultaneity" with 2 p. statement, 5 photos, and 1 photo-collage with text; "Circuit and Instantaneous Invasion" includes correspondence, 3 p. description and 2 drawings [see Box 50]; and "Minucode" press release and questionnaire); Alan Sondheim; Jean Toche; Jud Yalkut among many others; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 6, Folder 38-48

Artists' membership forms, 1967-1969, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

mostly forms filled out by artists many with descriptions of their work and/or the technical assistance they require. Some include photos, slides, bios and drawings, from such artists as: Mel Bochner, Fahlström, Nancy Graves, Alice Hutchins, Hans Haacke (form and sheet with description and drawing for "photo-electrically sensitized 'environment'"), Deborah Hay, Al Hansen, Eva Hesse, Geoffrey Hendricks, Joe Jones, Udo Kasemets, Allan Kaprow, Alison Knowles, Gordon Mumma (plus letter about borrowing Schilling's 9 Evenings film and equipment needs), Meredith Monk, Peter Moore, Jackson MacLow, Phill Niblock, Brian O'Doherty, Lil Picard, George Rickey (letter), Larry Rivers, Carolee Schneemann (plus bio), Richard Serra, Elaine Sturtevant, Alan Sondheim, James Tenney, Emmett Williams and Jud Yalkut, filed in rough alpha order, ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 7

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Box 7, Folder 1-18

Artists' membership forms, 1967-1970

Scope and Content Note

similar material to Box 6. 1967-1968 files contain photocopies, ca. .25 lin. ft. 1969 files include: Douglas Davis (2 forms, 2 letters, and photocopied bio, statement and equipment list) and Agnes Denes (2 forms, press release and photo). 1970 files mostly have forms that were filled out in 1969, but were not acted upon until 1970.
Box 8

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Box 8, Folder 1-17

Engineers' membership forms, 1967-1970, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

forms filled out by engineers/scientists describing their interests and technical expertise, filed in rough alpha order within date, ca. .75 lin. ft.
Box 8, Folder 18

Others' membership forms, 1970

Box 9

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Box 9, Folder 1-2

Artists' and engineers' membership forms, 1970

Scope and Content Note

photocopies.
Box 9, Folder 3-23

Matchings, 1966-1970, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

mostly artists' membership forms, proposals (some with photographs and slides and a few with drawings) and inquiries, by artists such as Robert Barry, Carol Bergé, Philip Corner, Dan Flavin (3 p. handwritten letter), Robert Filliou, Ruth Francken, Allen Ginsberg, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, Robert Morris, Richard Nonas, Lucio Pozzi, Richard Serra, Mark di Suvero, Alan Sondheim, Twyla Tharp and Ultra Violet. Some are annotated as to when a match was made. 1968-1969 filed in rough alpha order, ca. .75 lin. ft.
Box 9, Folder 24-27

Notes on matchings, 1966-1968

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous meeting and other notes.
Box 10

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Box 10, Folder 1-18

Membership inquiries, 1967-1974, 1967-1971

Scope and Content Note

letters and postcards expressing interest in membership, subscriptions and general information from artists, engineers, museum personnel, professors, librarians, with carbon copies of responses from E.A.T. staff. Also contains some dues invoices.
Box 11

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Box 11, Folder 1-16

Miscellaneous membership

Scope and Content Note

draft letters and forms; membership drive meeting notes (1970-1971); letters to corporations; projects for industry; participation categories; kit; proposal review letters; engineering consultant ideas; solicitation samples; symbolic coding forms; notched cards (see also Box 14); and punch codes.
Box 11, Folder 17-26

Miscellaneous Technical Services

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence; IEEE Convention file (1968); computer resource material; and miscellaneous photographs and slides (22 photos; 7 slides; 3 transparencies).
Box 11, Folder 27-28

Ralph Flynn's address and schedule books, 1968

Box 12

Technical Services Program, equipment files, includes: 1968,

Box 12, Folder 1-4

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

primarily about equipment with a letter from Jackson MacLow concerning equipment setup (Feb 15, 1968), ca. 80 items.
Box 12, Folder 5-49

Equipment information

Scope and Content Note

includes catalogs; brochures; fliers and correspondence with 2 letters from Dan Flavin about convincing the Whitney Museum board that the use of long-wave ultra-violet light in one of his works is safe for public viewing (see safety); filed in alpha order by equipment type; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 12, Folder 50-57

Artists' projects

Scope and Content Note

includes 4 files with action taken on them (includes proposal by Kaprow and file on Robert Morris).
Box 12, Folder 58-59

Rauschenberg's Stedelijk show, 1968

Scope and Content Note

extensive quantity of equipment receipts; many drawings of circuitry; and some notes.
Box 12, Folder 60-62

Financial

Scope and Content Note

equipment expense receipts and NSF fund-raising material.
Box 13

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Scope and Content Note

5x8 cards of early technical sources for the E.A.T. publications "Technical Libraries within 50 mile radius of New York" by Peter Poole. Also "collaboration response cards" on which the artist or engineer provided information on the progress of their collaboration.
Box 14

Technical Services Program, 1966-1973

Scope and Content Note

7 1/2 x 3 1/2 Yellow McBee Edge-notched cards with names of engineer members and notations of artists they were matched with on back.
Blue MacBee keysort edge-notched cards with encoded information for a data-base of Engineers.
Box 15-16

Technical Services Program, membership mailing lists, 1967-1974

Scope and Content Note

Extensive quantity of mailing lists of artist and engineer members typed on labels or photocopied, 1967-1974. See also Boxes 17-23 for index cards.
Box 17

Technical Services Program, membership mailing lists, 1968

Scope and Content Note

8x5 index cards with addresses of engineers who contacted E.A.T. in 1968, and of schools and universities, journals, research centers and professional engineering societies.
Box 18-23

Technical Services Program, membership mailing lists, 1967

Scope and Content Note

Ca. 2400 3x5 index cards organized into American, Foreign, Artists (9 Evenings) and Corporations, 1967.
Box 24

E.A.T. Competition, includes: 1967,

Box 24, Folder 1

Entry list

Box 24, Folder 3-8

Information forms

Scope and Content Note

filled out by artists, such as Hans Haacke, Claire Falkenstein, Steve Paxton, Robert Whitman and La Monte Young, with brief project descriptions and by engineers/scientists listing their capabilities/interests. Also folders with artist/engineer matches and unmatched artists and engineers, ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 24, Folder 9-15

Inquiries

Scope and Content Note

extensive quantity of brief correspondence from artists, such as Falkenstein, Dennis Oppenheim and Dan Graham, engineers and others requesting information about the competition and E.A.T. in general, ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 24, Folder 16

Competition winners

Scope and Content Note

project descriptions of the nine winners and bios.
Box 24, Folder 17

Jury and prize donors: includes jury instructions and list, and donor correspondence

Box 24, Folder 18

Press information

Scope and Content Note

mostly press releases, announcements and mailing lists.
Box 25

Some More Beginnings, 1968-1969

Box 25, Folder 1-4

Artist and engineer entry lists

Box 25, Folder 5

Index cardfile of entries

Box 25, Folder 6-73

Project descriptions, A-L

Scope and Content Note

primarily artistic and technical descriptions of ca. 128 (including Box 26) of the ca. 145 works exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, used in preparation for the catalog. Most with bios and one or more photographs, and some with correspondence and drawings (see especially Ruth Francken, Amy Hamouda and Leah Nolan), .75 lin. ft.
Box 26

Some More Beginnings, 1968-1969

Box 26, Folder 1-61

Project descriptions, M-Z: see above, .75 lin. ft

Box 26, Folder 62-65

Applications, A-D

Scope and Content Note

contains mostly photocopies of information forms (originals in box 24) and project descriptions (originals in boxes 25-26), but, includes a few originals of these documents and original drawings, correspondence and photos, .25 lin. ft.
Box 27

Some More Beginnings, includes: 1968-1969,

Box 27, Folder 1-20

Applications, E-Z

Scope and Content Note

see above, .5 lin. ft.
Box 27, Folder 21-23

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

with artists and others about various matters, such as reproductions; shipping; thank-yous; catalog and information requests, including a letter from Dennis Young, Art Gallery of Ontario, inquiring if there were any mechanical problems with the art works (see also Box 41, laser safety); letter from Eastman & Eastman attorneys about Wen-Ying Tsai receiving improper credit for his contribution to the second place winning entry with Klüver's response; 2 letters regarding Ronald Fox's stolen work; and a note from Claire Falkenstein (ca. 100 items). Separate files contain carbons of letters to Pontus Hulten and some correspondence with his staff about various competition details.
Box 27, Folder 24-27

Catalog

Scope and Content Note

fund-raising correspondence, drafts, photograph credits and orders.
Box 27, Folder 28-31

Public Relations

Scope and Content Note

includes press releases for E.A.T. press conference and Brooklyn and MOMA exhibitions, exhibition announcements, MOMA press packet and background information
Box 27, Folder 32

Technical needs

Scope and Content Note

summary notes and log.
Box 27, Folder 34-36

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

includes freight invoices, correspondence and list concerning some works traveling to other venues, and long computer printout "Sculptures in Environment Douglas Gallery."
Box 28

Lecture-Demonstration Series, 1968

Box 28, Folder 1-9

Response forms

Scope and Content Note

extensive quantity from artists such as Ay-O, Jo Baer, Marisol, Fahlström, Dan Graham, Hans Haacke, Deborah Hay, Eva Hesse, Dennis Oppenheim, Paik, Richard Serra, Jack Tworkov, Emmett Williams and others, specifying which lecture they want to attend.
Box 28, Folder 10-34

Transcripts

Scope and Content Note

24 unpublished transcripts, some annotated, of reel-to-reel tapes recorded at the lectures given by engineers such as Ken Knowlton, James Tenney (with 2 contact sheets and negs.) and Max Mathews (with 2 contact sheets by Peter Moore); ca. .66 lin. ft.
Box 28, Folder 35-36

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

includes organizational notebook, letters to and from lecturers, and letter from Marisol.
Box 28, Folder 37-42

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

includes schedules; 5 contact sheets (3 by Moore), 1 photograph and 3 negs.; illustrative material in the form of 22 photos, matching transparencies and drawings of diagrams; and technical services proposal draft.
Box 29

Local Groups, includes: ca. 1966-ca. 1970, undated

Box 29, Folder 1-3

National organization plans

Scope and Content Note

documents regarding policy, by-laws and structure.
Box 29, Folder 4-5

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

mostly inquires and contact letters, ca. 70 items.
Box 29, Folder 6

Newsletters

Scope and Content Note

from local groups, ca. 35 items.
Box 29, Folder 7-65

U.S. files

Scope and Content Note

includes much organizational correspondence; an inquiry from James Turrell (Calif., L.A.); mailing lists; meeting minutes and notes; filed alpha by state, ca. .75 lin. ft, 1/3 of which was generated by Calif.
Box 30

Local Groups, ca. 1967-ca. 1970

Box 30, Folder 1-22

International files

Scope and Content Note

Mostly organizational correspondence, but also contains a copy of a letter from Marcel Broodthaers to Joseph Beuys in praise of his work, filed alpha by country, ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 30, Folder 23-29

Mailing lists

Scope and Content Note

U.S. and International, filed alpha by state or country.
Box 30, Folder 30-38

First Int'l. Conference, Jun 22, 1968-Jun 23, 1968

Scope and Content Note

ideas; some correspondence; RSVP's; roster and planning; program; transcript; local group procedures; VIP invitation addresses; and notes on Second Int'l Conference; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 31-39

Mailing lists, undated

Scope and Content Note

4500-5000 3x5 index cards arranged into groups of artists and engineers master files, filed alphabetically, and into Local Groups, filed alpha by state or country.
Box 40

Video and television research, 1969-1972

Box 40, Folder 1-15

Video and television projects

Scope and Content Note

Contains various materials concerning video and television including artists' project proposals for residence program at RCA labs (with 1 letter from Paik and 1 from Bruce Conner); information on education; reports concerning development of video equipment (e.g.: editing systems, camera, scanning and methods of transferring Super 8 film to video); and studies and bulletins on cable television from Wilbur Schramm, Rand and others
Box 41

Various projects, includes: 1967-1969,

Box 41, Folder 1

Carolee Schneemann, "Snows," 1967

Scope and Content Note

4 items include technical description by Flynn and "Aspects of E.A.T. in 'Snows'" annotated by Schneemann (see also Schneemann archive #950001 for extensive material).
Box 41, Folder 3-4

E.A.T. and Industry, 1967-1968

Scope and Content Note

mostly material for E.A.T.'s press conference at Automation House, ca. 55 items.
Box 41, Folder 6-7

New Jersey Mix, : 1968

Scope and Content Note

"Mix" indicates the mixture of art, engineering and industry; 4 artist/engineer projects to be performed at Newark State College. Includes project ideas, one with drawing (see *Box 237); cost estimates; and artist lists; ca. 70 items (see also Box 29, Local Groups, New Jersey).
Box 41, Folder 9

Klüver's London Trip (symposium), 1968

Scope and Content Note

mostly carbon copies of contact letters and notes, and includes some correspondence with Barbara and John Latham of Artists Placement Group, ca. 50 items.
Box 41, Folder 10

Amalgamated Lithographers of America (establishment of Quarry workshop), 1968

Scope and Content Note

includes photocopies of agreement, correspondence and press kit (see also Series IX for Rauschenberg poster), ca. 15 items.
Box 41, Folder 11

The Real Great Society (professional exchange-artists in residence), 1968

Scope and Content Note

mostly proposal drafts and photocopied articles, but also some notes, ca. 50 items.
Box 41, Folder 13-14

Skyline: A Festival of Light (light project for lower Manhattan), 1968

Scope and Content Note

includes proposal by Kaprow (2 versions, one of which is handwritten) and project descriptions with budgets, ca. 13 items.
Box 41, Folder 15-17

Proposal to National Research Council (artists in residence program), 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, notes and other material concerning artist placement at Singer, RCA and Amalgamated Liths. NOTE: there does not exist in these files an actual proposal to the NRC; ca. 40 items.
Box 41, Folder 18-20

Six miscellaneous small projects, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

includes notes and research for live sounds (see also Pepsi Pavilion for more on sounds), ca. 30 items.
Box 41, Folder 21-27

Paris Biennale, Fall 1969

Scope and Content Note

includes report; proposals from 5 architectural design groups with 19 slides and 4 photos; catalog "Sixième biennale de Paris"; shipping receipts; correspondence with organizers mostly about shipping and finances; and 3 photographs and 9 slides; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 41, Folder 28-32

Laser Safety, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Program initiated in response to safety hazards of "Some More Beginnings" exhibits, especially Keiji Usami's laser piece. Includes E.A.T. Proceedings no. 5; letter from G.M. Wilkening of Bell Labs mentioning some of the safety issues of "Some More Beginnings" and other correspondence with public health officials expressing concern about Usami's work; 3 contact sheets; safety proposal; and research files; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 41, Folder 33

Technology and the Individual

Scope and Content Note

Recognition of Choices (exhibition for Automation House reopening), 1969: mostly proposals, ca. 30 items.
Box 41, Folder 35

Festival Truck Proposal, ca. late 1960s-early 1970s

Scope and Content Note

notes and proposal.
Box 42

Ford Foundation proposal, 1969

Box 42, Folder 1-16

Letters, drafts, notes

Scope and Content Note

Includes carbon copies of letters soliciting support; drafts; notes; proposal comments by Rauschenberg (written in another hand and photocopied) and others; various proposal versions; and budget.
Box 43

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 43, Folder 1-8

Administration - contracts and agreements

Scope and Content Note

photocopies (a few annotated) and drafts of documents; and some correspondence concerning contractual arrangements for E.A.T./Pepsi, software, hardware, insurance, E.A.T./artist, E.A.T./engineer, CBS/Sony (Tudor recordings), and promissory note.
Box 43, Folder 9-13

Administration - finances

Scope and Content Note

hardware cost estimate; budgets for staff, operations and hardware; correspondence and reports concerning expenditures; equipment purchase orders; and cost estimate notes (see also Boxes 169-171 for more).
Box 43, Folder 14-18

Administration - organization

Scope and Content Note

responsibility lists, progress reports, trip reports, schedules, and correspondence about personal accounts.
Box 43, Folder 19-34

Administration - correspondence

Scope and Content Note

includes 2 thick folders of general correspondence, mostly telexes, between E.A.T. NY staff and Pavilion coordinators in Japan, especially John Pearce (Coordinating Architect), Klüver, Fujiko Nakaya (Japan project manager/fog designer) and Sebastian Hiraga (Secretary General of Pepsi-Co. group) regarding construction, equipment procurement, organizational details and catalog production. Separate files include correspondence with Pearce; Perry Keats (Pepsi Co.); Nakaya about fog progress, general housekeeping, logistical issues, and updates on the concerns of Pepsi Co. Japan and Japanese Expo organizers with E.A.T.'s project intentions; Allan Pottasch (Pepsi Co. Int'l) documenting tension over live programming; Takenaka Komuten Co. (builders); and John David Thomas (Pepsi Co. Int'l) about budgets and agreements; ca. 33 lin. ft. See also Box 47 for much more telex correspondence
Box 43, Folder 35-37

Administration - notes

Scope and Content Note

includes Klüver and Martin notes, and transcripts of telephone conversations about various aspects of the Pavilion.
Box 44

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 44, Folder 1-5

Administration - meeting notes

Scope and Content Note

notes from E.A.T. staff, E.A.T./Pepsi, Takenaka/E.A.T., progress meetings with E.A.T. and Pepsi, Takenaka and other involved parties, and miscellaneous, all primarily about construction.
Box 44, Folder 6-12

Administration - specific items

Scope and Content Note

shipping invoices and schedules; addresses of some of those involved with building the Pavilion; patent notes; logo correspondence (1969 Jun-Jul) and proposal [see flat file folder 1** for 14 logo designs]; Pepsi sign proposal and correspondence; Pavilion name correspondence showing problems with reaching a decision; and costume designs and correspondence.
Box 44, Folder 13-17

Administration - settlement

Scope and Content Note

contains a thick folder of Martin notes Apr 19-25; telexes in rapid succession (Apr 1970) regarding dispute between E.A.T. and Pepsi over live programming finances, originating in Pottasch's dislike of E.A.T.'s programming proposals (see also Box 47); account summaries Mar-Jun 1970 with notes; and correspondence (Apr-Sep 1970) about reaching a financial settlement and photocopy of agreement.
Box 44, Folder 18-27

Press

Scope and Content Note

contains files on biographies of participants (see also Box 46); book correspondence (see also Boxes 139-140 for more about book production); Simone Swan (Withers Swan Public Relations) correspondence and reports; press releases and kit; Los Angeles press conference, Oct 1, 1969, with draft proposal, mailer and manuscript of E.A.T. Information (Sep 19, 1969, see also Box 138); Jan Butterfield report on L.A. press relations; many photocopied typescript descriptions of the Pavilion and annotated photocopied galleys of "Pepsi Cola Expo 70"; Rosemary Stroer (Pepsi Co. public relations) correspondence mostly concerning the Pavilion name, but also some relating to the logo and NY Times Supplement; and clippings; ca. .33 lin. ft.
Box 44, Folder 28-34

Live programming

Scope and Content Note

includes guide; sound memos and notes; rock group contest proposal, report and budget; correspondence (9 items); transcript of Nov 8, 1969 meeting; and worksheets.
Box 45

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 45, Folder 1-6

Live programming

Scope and Content Note

reports, memos and meeting minutes; programmers names and addresses; and 4 folders of ca. 50 proposals from American and Japanese artists, engineers and composers, such as Robert Adler (with La Monte Young, Dennis Johnson and Marian Zazeela), Fahlström, John Giorno, Ann Halprin, Allan Kaprow, Gordon Mumma, Pauline Oliveros, and Tudor, to come to the pavilion to program the light and sound system for a 3-week period during the Expo (see Box 44, Admin-settlement correspondence for reasons why the programming was not produced).
Box 45, Folder 7-14

Architectural design

Scope and Content Note

includes E.A.T. and Takenaka work schedules for design and construction (see also *Box 237); 15 John Pearce drawings; power requirement lists; drawings and plans (see also *Box 237); and miscellaneous.
Box 45, Folder 15-27

Hardware-mirror dome

Scope and Content Note

includes R&D notes (especially on plastic molding) from meetings, telephone conversations and other sources; R&D correspondence regarding materials, prototypes and experiments; V-Line Products proposal; G.T. Schjeldahl Co. specs., engineering evaluation, notes, correspondence and contract, for inflatable air structure to be used as a mirror dome; preliminary specs.; sound notes; material samples; support structure cost estimate and drawings [see also flat file folder 4**]; technical reports; and L.A. model correspondence, schedules, cost estimates and an analysis by Raven Industries of the model's explosion (see Box 48 for photos); ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 45, Folder 28-31

Hardware

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence about interior lasers with letter from Peter Selz regarding exhibition and acquisition of the Laser Deflection System after the Expo closed; crowd control memo, notes and some correspondence; and floats correspondence, costs, notes and drawings [see also * Box 237 and Roll 2].
Box 46

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 46, Folder 1-14

Hardware

Scope and Content Note

includes meeting minutes; notes; correspondence with engineers/designers; extensive quantity of original drawings and blue-line copies; reports; schedules; specs.; and price quotes and cost estimates; regarding design and construction of the sun track; exterior and interior lights (see also Flat File 1); loop system and handsets; floors (see also Flat File 1); fog (see also *Box 237); and sound system (see also Flat File 1); ca. .33 lin. ft.
Box 46, Folder 15-22

Charter Flight

Scope and Content Note

correspondence with Allan Kaprow, Patty Oldenburg, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy and many others regarding accommodations and flight, which was cancelled due to lack of participation. Also financial and other materials.
Box 46, Folder 23-24

Travel

Scope and Content Note

Klüver itineraries and brochures.
Box 46, Folder 25

Biographies

Scope and Content Note

of artists and engineers with 5 photos, 2 of which are by Peter Moore of Robert Breer's "floats" not illustrated in Floats or More Floats, clippings and 5 copies of the above 2 mentioned "float" catalogs.
Box 46, Folder 26-28

Expo information

Scope and Content Note

includes regulations for construction, maintenance and display, and general information
Box 46, Folder 29

Festival Plaza

Scope and Content Note

includes miscellaneous correspondence, 4 p. transcript of Klüver interview with Asahi newspaper (Jun 27, 1969) and notes (see also Box 48).
Box 46, Folder 30

T.I.E. (Technology for the Individual and the Environment)

Scope and Content Note

Corporation formed to earn funds by selling Expo souvenirs which would indirectly help E.A.T. in its projects. Includes certificate of incorporation; meeting minutes with by-laws; notes; TIE-Werner Hefti agreement to appoint Hefti as exclusive agent; expense receipts; and TIE/Pepsi Co. correspondence and agreement.
Box 47

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 47, Folder 1-48

Telex correspondence, Mar-Jul, 1969, Jan-Jul, 1970, Feb-May, 1970

Scope and Content Note

mostly brief transmissions carrying essential information between E.A.T. staff in NY (aka EATCENTRAL) and Japan (aka EATEAST) regarding financial matters documenting severe budget problems, cost overruns and deterioration of the NY office while Klüver was in Japan; sale of TIE, including a telex from Klüver to Friberg about his desire to sell TIE to Harry Green and the unethicalness of a consortium buyer consisting of Friberg and other E.A.T. personnel (Feb 28) with Friberg's response in opposition to Klüver's comments, and also announces his and Rubin Gorewitz's (accountant) resignations; technical, design and construction updates and questions/ answers, especially in regards to removing particles from the mirror (Mar) and sound system problems (Apr); equipment shipments (Feb-Mar); construction and travel schedules; Pavilion book and Bijutsu-Techo issue production (with an manuscript of the latter, May 17); PR; live programming; dispute with Pepsi leading to termination of E.A.T. activities at the Pavilion; and preparations for American Artists in India. Originals and many dups., almost 1 lin. ft. (N.B., items were previously tightly rolled, and hence tend to curl and should be handled carefully.)
Box 48

Pepsi Pavilion, includes: 1969-1970,

Box 48, Folder 1-3

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

substantial quantity of carbon copies of letters from E.A.T. staff to PepsiCo, Japanese organizers and others regarding various Pavilion organizational, programming, technical and financial matters (many letters can be found in photocopy form in the previous boxes, and see also Box 123, General Correspondence, for drafts of letters, reports and financial papers, and duplicate carbon copies), and a few carbon copies of meeting minutes. A separate folder contains incoming letters, including a film proposal by Eric Saarinen and a brief letter from Ivan Chermayeff (U.S. Pavilion designer); 1968-1972.
Box 48, Folder 4-7

Sounds

Scope and Content Note

correspondence primarily about acquiring environmental sounds for programming, and permission requests; lists of program sounds and source tapes; and notes (see Box 41, miscellaneous small projects for related material).
Box 48, Folder 8-9

Karl Friberg's files

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence about equipment procurement; notes with cost calculations and some with small drawings; schedules relating to fog system and lighting; and sound loops, system and software. [See also flat file folder 7** for fog system plans.]
Box 48, Folder 10-14

John Pearce's files

Scope and Content Note

similar types of material to Friberg's files and also includes design drawings, but concerns air structure; mirror dome (see also flat file 4**); fog system (see also * Box 237, and flat file folder 7**); floor lights; and floors.
Box 48, Folder 16

Float assembly designs

Scope and Content Note

includes ca. 15 blue-line drawings by John Ryde [see also Roll 2].
Box 48, Folder 17-24

Festival Plaza

Scope and Content Note

program lists; 4 architectural drawings by Isamu Noguchi [see flat file folder 3?** and Roll 2); notes; performance instructions for "HPSCHD" (with annotations) and "Reunion," both composed by Cage to be performed at Festival Plaza; "HPSCHD" budgets and working notes; correspondence with potential sponsors and Japanese officials regarding E.A.T.'s proposed festival plaza programming of "Soundscapes" and "HPSCHD" (neither of which were produced); and grant proposal.
Box 49

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 49, Folder 1-3

Programming

Scope and Content Note

includes guide; schedules; description; requests for proposals; meeting minutes; Pepsi/Tudor agreement and correspondence; and Lowell Cross's programming proposal.
Box 49, Folder 4-6

L.A. model

Scope and Content Note

includes 13 photographs from Raven Industries of exploded model; press conference party guest list, notes, PR correspondence, drafts for invitation and handout, and 2 photographs of model; and mirror-dome production schedule.
Box 49, Folder 7-18

Press

Scope and Content Note

includes biographies; brief description of the Pavilion; statements for Butterfield's services; press kits; promo package and postcards; NY Times Supplement notes and correspondence; articles on Expo and Pavilion; "Expo '70 News" vol. 3, nos. 2-10, vol. 4, no. 7; and phone and mailing lists.
Box 49, Folder 19-25

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

files with schedules and meeting minutes (mostly duplicates); Sony equipment manuals; notes; and 2 folders of general miscellaneous.
Box 50

Miscellaneous oversize, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Includes plans for Festival Plaza designed by Tange; De Long notes for 9 Evenings layout; general finance ledger (1969); Pepsi logos on cardboard; mirror ray tracing; EATART invitation; brochures; clippings; notes; and photograph of Pavilion model.
Box 51

Anand Project, 1969

Box 51, Folder 1-42

Research files, A-N

Scope and Content Note

mostly published background material (e.g.: brochures, photocopied articles, clippings), and study reports on India and satellite television. Also contains some correspondence about fund-raising, organization and information requests (see especially Vikram Sarabhai, Chairman of India's Atomic Energy Commission); miscellaneous notes; pre-investment studies; materials on the field research lab such as proposals, reports and notes; drafts and final version of E.A.T. report; and meeting notes (cont. Box 52).
Box 52

Anand Project, 1969

Box 52, Folder 1-43

Research files, P-Z

Scope and Content Note

(see Box 51).
Box 53

American Artists in India, 1970-1971

Box 53, Folder 1-11

Artists' reports

Scope and Content Note

mostly typescript reports and interviews with participants Jed Barc, Trisha Brown, Lowell Cross, Jeffrey Lew, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Terry Riley, La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela. Also contains some postcards and letters from the artists about travels and the trips' effect on their work; photograph of Brown and Barc together (+ 3 copies) and 9 photographs of Cross; photocopy of Rainer's extensive diary (ca. 60 p.); and 2 E.A.T. project reports (Sep-Dec 1970 and Dec 31 1971); ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 53, Folder 12-18

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

includes carbon copies. and photocopies of letters to potential sponsors and benefit committee members; 3 p. letter from Philip Glass expressing a desire to return to India to further his studies of Tibetan "traditions"; correspondence with Gira Sarabhai of National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, and Chandralekha (aka Chandra) about organization and plans; and with Porter MacCray of JDR Foundation about funding. Also contains some meeting minutes and "Eames Report" by Charles and Ray Eames for the NID, 1958 (see Gautam Sarabhai); ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 53, Folder 19

Poster

Scope and Content Note

includes 1 Shunk-Kender photograph (not used) and 1 contact sheet.
Box 53, Folder 20-22

Note

Scope and Content Note

includes 6 Klüver and 2 Ritty Burchfield notebooks of ideas and to-dos, and some loose sheets.
Box 53, Folder 23-26

Travel

Scope and Content Note

includes accommodations list and notes; brochures and 4 issues of "The Rising Nepal."
Box 53, Folder 27-28

Financial

Scope and Content Note

budget and expense reports.
Box 54

American Artists in India Benefit, Dec 18, 1970

Box 54, Folder 1-4

Benefit committee

Scope and Content Note

correspondence soliciting members; membership lists; and planning book.
Box 54, Folder 5

Press releases

Box 54, Folder 6-16

Invitations and mailing lists

Scope and Content Note

drafts and final invitation format; some duplicate correspondence; VIP/Sponsor lists; and invitation and mailing lists; ca. .66 lin. ft.
Box 54, Folder 17

Book

Scope and Content Note

"JDR III Fund and Asia 1963-1975."
Box 55-58

Mailing Lists, undated

Scope and Content Note

Index cards bearing the names and addresses of E.A.T. contacts, including patrons, artists and colleagues.
Box 59

Projects Outside Art, 1969-1971

Box 59, Folder 1-26

Proposals, A-Z

Scope and Content Note

from artists and engineers such as Agnes Denes, Fahlström, Garmire, Kaprow and Alison Knowles (with 2 slides), ca. .75 lin. ft.
Box 59, Folder 27-29

Mailing lists and form letters

Box 59, Folder 30-31

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

mostly inquiries and responses to submission requests, but also has 2 long letters from Kaprow outlining in detail disagreements with E.A.T.'s project selection process and organization of the LA team for Projects Outside Art and the handling of the Pepsi settlement, and a letter from Knowles; ca. 75 items.
Box 59, Folder 32

Authorizations to publish submissions

Box 59, Folder 33-37

Fund-raising and press

Scope and Content Note

includes National Science Foundation proposal; NEA correspondence and budgets; extensive quantity of photocopies of fund-raising letters; press releases; and poster.
Box 60

Projects Outside Art, 1969-1971

Box 60, Folder 1

Esthetics Symposium, Oct 31 1970

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of letters to panelists; statement; notes; and budget; ca. 35 items.
Box 60, Folder 2

Recreation and Play (E.A.T. LA)

Scope and Content Note

includes E.A.T. proposal and photocopied typescript of E.A.T. LA meeting (with Kaprow and others).
Box 60, Folder 3-17

City Agriculture (greenhouse)

Scope and Content Note

includes proposal; budgets; correspondence and financial agreements with Environmental Research Lab, Arizona (ERL); Westbeth feasibility study; 26 photographs of "Envirodome" and ERL greenhouse operations; greenhouse plans and sections [see flat file folder 5**); schedules; research files with photocopied articles and brochures; notes and miscellaneous; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 60, Folder 18-24

Peter Poole's files

Scope and Content Note

includes notes on Projects Outside Art; information on science and engineering society memberships; seminar papers and technical information; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 61

Children and Communication, 1971

Box 61, Folder 1-12

Administration

Scope and Content Note

correspondence with supporters, letters to schools regarding participation, proposal, preliminary and final reports (May 1, 1971), substantial quantity of notes, exhibition floor plan, and bills and receipts, ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 61, Folder 13-31

Children's responses

Scope and Content Note

drawings, notes and telexes generated by children's transmissions to each other between sites using telex machines, facsimile machines and electro-writers, filed according to school and date. Also includes 12 snapshots of children (Feb 15, 1971 group), .75 lin. ft.
Box 62-64

Children and Communication, 1971

Box 65

Various Projects, includes: 1970-1973,

Box 65, Folder 1-7

EATEX (directory of artists/engineers), Fall 1970

Scope and Content Note

directory drafts; "symbolic coding" forms; and a few items of photocopied correspondence; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 65, Folder 8-19

Multi-Dimensional Scaling, 1971

Scope and Content Note

questionnaires; responses; and some notes and data analyses; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 65, Folder 20

8th Annual NY Avant Garde Festival (E.A.T. organized a "Television Information Center") 1971

Scope and Content Note

3 items.
Box 65, Folder 21

Artists & T.V., 1971

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence about ad placement; 2 copies of exh. cat. "Vision & Television"; clippings and research materials; ca. 25 items.
Box 65, Folder 22-25

Poetry Should be Made by All (exhibition of the Russian avant-garde at Moderna Museet, Stockholm), 1971

Scope and Content Note

extensive quantity of correspondence between Withers Swan, Public Relations (circulating agent), Moderna Museet and various other museums and galleries about circulating the show; photographs of the 24 screens used in the exhibition and 3 of the installation; list of works; press release; and photocopied articles.
Box 65, Folder 26

Highway Poster Project, 1972

Scope and Content Note

includes 2 photographs of 2 works by Christo; photograph of Christo's poster; 1 p. typescript suggesting that art could provide a dialectic between ecology and industry; and payment agreements signed by Gormley, Smithson, Christo and Sonfist (see also Series IX).
Box 65, Folder 29

Greek Underwater Exploration (of the ancient city of Gythion, harbor of Sparta), 1973

Scope and Content Note

mostly photocopied documents from the Aegean Institute, such as surveys, report and by-laws, and also contains Athens Annals of Archaeology, V fasc. 2 (1972) and 1 photograph of a harbor; ca. 25 items.
Box 66

TELEX: Q&A, 1971

Box 66, Folder 1-13

Original telexes

Scope and Content Note

of questions and answers from all 4 stations filed in rough chron. order with a small quantity of correspondence interspersed (N.B., many telexes are long, rolled or folded and very cumbersome to handle).
Box 67

TELEX: Q&A, 1971

Box 67, Folder 1-18

Q&A compilation

Scope and Content Note

contains mostly photocopied telexes of questions and answers cut and stapled onto sheets, filed according to city where question originated, and 2 sets of photocopied sheets.
Box 68

TELEX: Q&A, 1971

Box 68, Folder 1-10

Q&A compilation

Scope and Content Note

photocopies of sheets (see above) and of original uncut telexes, ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 68, Folder 11-28

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence with Nakaya, Hulten and others pertaining to organizational matters, ca. 50 items; notes; initial question drafts; lists of unanswered questions; correspondence soliciting answers from various knowledgeable individuals and responses, ca. 45 items; Q&A tallies; drafts and final version of compilation ("ms." which E.A.T. hoped to publish); and 26 photos, 4 contact sheets (2 by Shunk-Kender) and negatives of telex machines and Utopia exh.; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 69-76

TELEX: Q&A, 1971

Scope and Content Note

New York Times, August 1981 (Project's questions were aimed at ten years from 1971. E.A.T. collected the "New York Times" for one month for later study on how 1981 differed or resembled the predictions, guesses and feelings people had about it in 1971.).
Box 77

New York Collection for Stockholm, 1971-1973

Box 77, Folder 1

Proposal

Scope and Content Note

drafts and final version.
Box 77, Folder 2-19

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

includes carbon copies and photocopies of form letters sent by Klüver, Martin, Barbara Birkenmeier (Project Director) and Constantine Vasiliadis (Chairman, Friends Committee) to potential sponsors and donors, committee members and artists primarily regarding organizational matters, fund-raising and portfolio sales with some responses, Jun 1971-Sep 1974. Also contains a letter from Hans Haacke making many inquiries as to E.A.T.'s programs and how the sale of the collection will benefit E.A.T. (Mar 3, 1972, folder 2) with a response; extensive quantity of mailing lists; and much Moderna Museet correspondence which includes a cc. of a letter from Paik to Hulten about transferring and shipping a videotape for his work in the collection with a short explanation of its contents, announcement for Rauschenberg's "Pelican," 3 issues of "Meddelande till Moderna Museets vanner" (nos. 1, 11, 12), 2 postcards of Rauschenberg's "Monogram," telexes and telegrams about last minute details, including Klüver's description of how "Mude Muse" should be installed (Oct 12, 1973) and shipping of works; ca. .75 lin. ft.
Box 77, Folder 20-21

Fund-raising

Scope and Content Note

includes potential sponsors and priorities lists; notes; form letter drafts; and proposed budget.
Box 78

New York Collection for Stockholm, 1971-1973

Box 78, Folder 1-5

Artwork for collection

Scope and Content Note

notes on artwork contacts with pertinent information on each piece; notes on promised artworks with 3 color transparencies, neg., 6 photos, and 3 negatives of Walter De Maria's "Hard Core," note and letter from Paik, "Ad Reinhardt: Black Paintings 1951-1967" catalog, and Richard Serra drawing on Castelli stationary as seen in catalog; many photocopied loan forms; invoices from galleries and artists; and photocopied bills of sale and deeds of gift; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 78, Folder 6-8

Collection catalog

Scope and Content Note

includes some correspondence; lists and descriptions of works; 15 negs.; and catalog copies.
Box 78, Folder 9-18

Print portfolio

Scope and Content Note

includes many carbon copies of letters to artists; note from Jasper Johns; mss.; proofs; illus.; production costs and sales; security agreements; and correspondence and mailing lists for portfolio donations (1976, 1981); ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 78, Folder 19-22

P.R

Scope and Content Note

press releases and kits; mailing lists; and miscellaneous.
Box 78, Folder 23-25

Opening and reception, Oct 27, 1972

Scope and Content Note

invitations, notes, and mailing lists.
Box 79

New York Collection for Stockholm, 1971-1973

 

Portfolio Print Collection

Scope and Content Note

collection of 30 lithographs, silkscreens, photoprints and a record, by 30 artists, measuring 30.3 x 22.7 cm. (9 x 7 in.), 21 of which are signed and numbered A.C. 12/30 (edition size of 300), 1973. This portfolio is not housed in a mahogany box.
Box 80

New York Collection for Stockholm, 1971-1973

Box 80, Folder 1-10

Stockholm trip, Oct 25, 1973

Scope and Content Note

includes carbon copies of opening invitation letters; note and postcard responses from Robert Morris, Hans Namuth, Diane Waldman, Blanchette Rockefeller and Douglas Davis (ca. 40 items); flight and hotel accounting and people lists; activities; mailing lists; notes; and miscellaneous; ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 80, Folder 11-15

Financial

Scope and Content Note

much correspondence regarding portfolio sales and payment of debts, especially to artists for their works, such as Walter De Maria (letter from Oct 17, 1973), Oldenburg, Dine, Stankiewicz and Noland. Also includes budgets, expenses and receipts.
Box 80, Folder 16-21

Notes

Scope and Content Note

substantial regarding opening and other matters, ca. .25 lin. ft.
Box 80, Folder 22-29

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

includes drafts and reports; invitations; leaflet (1979); and reference articles.
Box 81-86

New York Collection for Stockholm, 1971-1973

Scope and Content Note

Index cards with addresses for dinner with Princess Christina of Sweden at Rauschenberg's house.
Box 87-94

Membership lists, undated

Scope and Content Note

Index cards of artists and engineer members, California address list and others.
Box 95

Television Projects, 1970-1975

Box 95, Folder 1

Antenna Proposal, 1970

Scope and Content Note

notes and correspondence.
Box 95, Folder 2

RCA Television Laboratory, 1970

Scope and Content Note

proposal with notes and draft versions, and some correspondence.
Box 95, Folder 3

Twenty-six Television Programs, 1970

Scope and Content Note

proposal titled "E.A.T. Cookbook."
Box 95, Folder 4-5

USA Presents

Scope and Content Note

Bicentennial Satellite, 1971: includes correspondence; proposal; TV distribution study; clippings; and notes.
Box 95, Folder 6-12

Two Pre-Investment Studies for UNDP (United Nations Development Program), 1971

Scope and Content Note

includes proposal and correspondence with Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, U.N. and World Bank, and correspondence regarding Super 8.
Box 95, Folder 13-14

UN Satellite Demonstration, 1975

Scope and Content Note

notes and correspondence
Box 96

Artists and Television Project and Artcash Benefit, 1971

Box 96, Folder 1-16

Artists and Television Project

Scope and Content Note

includes letters to artists inviting them to submit proposals (Feb 1971) with a negative response from Jasper Johns; artists' program proposals from Oldenburg, Trisha Brown, Ed Ruscha, Robert Breer, Pauline Oliveros, Keith Sonnier, Dean Stockwell, Richard Serra, Michael Snow, Robert Creeley, George Kuchar, Robert Irwin, Larry Poons, Jean Dupuy, Paik, and others; program schedules; budgets; grant requests; and final list of participants. Also contains agreement; budget; expenses; and press releases from Automation House and Sterling Manhattan Cable regarding equipment rental and gallery (for exhibition and sale of artists work to fund the project; see also Artcash Benefit); ca. .33 lin. ft.
Box 96, Folder 17-43

Artcash Benefit

Scope and Content Note

includes correspondence with persons interested in receiving bills, galleries with price lists and some reproductions of works (2 big folders), and regarding loan confirmations; lists of contributing galleries and artists in the exhibition; consignment receipts; catalog manuscript; master price list for Artcash bills; artists' money arrangement; photocopied artists' statements relating to currency/money (see Boxes 98-102 for actual bills); mailing lists and invitations; accounting, receipts, bills and closing agreement; and miscellaneous; ca. .66 lin. ft.
Box 97

Artcash Benefit, 1971

Scope and Content Note

Andy Warhol $1 Artcash ink pad stamp: used on envelope of mailing for Artcash Benefit in 1971.
Pitney Bowes printing plates: used on mailings that went out: "Participation not Patronage," "Enjoy the Hardware," "We Love Pitney Bowes," "Process not Product," "Trust the Artist," "Artist Engineer Collaborations in the Industrial Environment" and "We Involve Professionals from Anywhere."
Box 98-102

Artcash Benefit, 1971

Scope and Content Note

5 bundles of ca. 500 bills each of Artcash by Andy Warhol, Rauschenberg, Jeff Davis, Marisol and Whitman.
Box 103

Projects in Central America, ca. 1966-ca. 1972, undated

Box 103, Folder 1-31

Research material concerning television, 1969-1972

Scope and Content Note

Mostly in the form of reports and articles concerning television in education for developing countries and E.A.T.'s projects in television, Alpha files A-P include 17 color transparencies from Bell Labs of technology and 16 photographs of nature for a proposed publications brochure; many articles on Computer Assisted Instruction; proposal for El Salvador; comments of various organizations to the Federal Communications Commission's notices of inquiry; and recording of indigenous cultures ( 1972, see miscellaneous).
Box 104

Projects in Central America, ca. 1966-ca. 1972, undated

Box 104, Folder 1-15

Alpha files S-W

Scope and Content Note

Includes papers by Wilbur Schramm and on Sesame Street. Similar material to Box 103.
Box 105

Projects in Central America, ca. 1971-ca. 1974, undated

Box 105, Folder 1-7

El Salvador

Scope and Content Note

includes organizational correspondence; telexes between Klüver in El Salvador and E.A.T. staff; proposal and drafts; meeting notes; bidding instructions for an instructional television studio and broadcasting equipment; and equipment catalogs; ca. .33 lin. ft.
Box 105, Folder 8-20

Guatemala

Scope and Content Note

telexes to Klüver in Guatemala from E.A.T. staff about multi-dimensional scaling questionnaire and using film for educational purposes; background and general information; notes; report drafts and final report; and a substantial quantity of multi-dimensional scaling questionnaires; ca. .66 lin. ft.
Box 106

Miscellaneous oversize, 1970-1971

Scope and Content Note

Includes 3 publications for Projects in Central America; "Software" exhibition cat., 1970; five photographs by Evelyn Hofer; cash disbursement ledger, Jan 1970-Jan 1971; payroll ledger, Jan-Sep, 1970; and general ledger, 1971.
Box 107

Printed Ephemera, 1960s-1990s, 1971-1972

Box 107, Folder 1-14

Printed ephemera

Scope and Content Note

In the form of announcements, invitations, catalogs, bulletins, press releases, clippings, sent to E.A.T. from various sources.
Box 108

Various publications on education and television, 1966-1975

Box 108, Folder 1-14

Reports, 1966-1975

Scope and Content Note

Includes "Access" nos. 11 and 14 (1973, 1975); UNESCO "Music and Technology," 1971; NEA/NCA " 1970 Annual Report" and five year fiscal report 1966-1970; and UNESCO and Ford Foundation reports.
Box 109

Video Research A-M, mid 1970s

Box 109, Folder 1-23

Publications, 1976,

Scope and Content Note

Mostly publications, catalogs and articles collected in support of video projects, filed alphabetically by subject. This includes information on public media, equipment, exhibitions, laboratories; clippings on museum and artist activity; and journals and magazines, such as Criss Cross Double Cross. (See oversize Box 106.)
Box 110

Video Research A-M, mid 1970s

Box 110, Folder 1-25

Publications, printed matter

Scope and Content Note

Similar to Box 109, includes files on National Endowment for the Humanities, NY State Council on Arts, video performances, proposal for video festival, video art, video expo, 1975-1976, videography and video & music.
Box 111

Island Eye Island Ear, includes: 1974-1979,

Box 111, Folder 1-3

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

organizational in nature, documenting difficulties finding a site, ca. 35 items.
Box 111, Folder 4-8

Notes and research

Scope and Content Note

mostly on site locations and antenna (see also Boxes 112-113).
Box 111, Folder 14-16

Financial

Scope and Content Note

NEA grant proposal and budget.
Box 111, Folder 17-25

Press

Scope and Content Note

clippings from local newspapers publicizing event and expressing concern over concert's potential harm to the environment; press release and Klüver letter to Adirondack newspaper about concert cancellation; and some biographical material relating to Tudor, Nakaya and Jackie Monnier and interview drafts with each.
Box 112

Island Eye Island Ear, 1974-1979

Box 112, Folder 1-21

Proposals, reports on islands

Scope and Content Note

Extensive quantity of proposals, reports and descriptions of Bluff Island (some with photos), and of a few other islands.
Box 113

Island Eye Island Ear, 1974-1979

Box 112, Folder 1-23

Maps, sketches and some photographs of locations

Scope and Content Note

See also flat file folder 6** for more maps.
Box 114

Various Projects, includes: 1975-1992,

Box 114, Folder 1

Calder Bicentennial Project, 1975

Scope and Content Note

proposal.
Box 114, Folder 2-16

"Paris-NY-Paris" opening at Centre Georges Pompidou, 1977

Scope and Content Note

E.A.T. organized charter flight. Includes telex correspondence concerning general organization and giving detailed installation instructions for Marcel Duchamp's "Etant Donné" and Rauschenberg's "Oracle"; travel payment letters from Louise Bourgeois, William Wilson, Francois De Menil, Larry Rivers, Richard Stankiewicz, and many others; letters of interest and cancellation; RSVP and charter registration forms; Pompidou invitations, programs, and trip schedules; guest and accommodations lists; notes; travel invoices; financial; and information on satellite program; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 114, Folder 17

Robert Whitman Archive, 1977

Scope and Content Note

includes photocopied clippings; essay on Whitman by Klüver and Martin; archival processing plan; and a permanent installation plan; ca. 20 items.
Box 114, Folder 20

Artist Data Base (for contemporary artists), 1977

Scope and Content Note

includes notes and proposal, ca. 25 items.
Box 114, Folder 23

Berlin Trip (to see Robert Wilson's opera "Death, Destruction and Detroit"), 1978

Scope and Content Note

mailing lists; announcement drafts; schedules; notes; and travel guides; ca. 25 items.
Box 114, Folder 24

List of Fahlström's works (with prices), Jul 1979

Box 114, Folder 30

Katzive Project (video project with Lucas Samaras), 1987

Scope and Content Note

grant proposal.
Box 114, Folder 34

Rolando Peña, 1992

Scope and Content Note

mostly photocopied articles/reviews and 36 slides, ca. 65 items.
Box 115

Transportation Study and Multi-Dimensional Scaling, 1977

Box 115, Folder 1-12

Transportation Study, 1977

Scope and Content Note

Applies "impact scaling" methods to transportation policy planning in the NY state area. Mostly photocopied research articles, and also proposal drafts, meeting notes, copies of letters sent and notes, ca. .33 lin. ft.
Box 115, Folder 13-16

Multi-Dimensional Scaling, 1977

Scope and Content Note

meeting notes, proposal drafts and printout of computer source code.
Box 116

Multi-Dimensional Scaling, 1968-1972

Box 116, Folder 1-7

Multi-Dimensional Scaling Workshop, research papers, 1968-1973

Scope and Content Note

Includes documents and papers given at Bell-Penn Multi-Dimensional Scaling Workshop (Jun 7, 1972-Jun 10, 1972), and numerous research articles on the topic, 1968-1973 (bulk early 1970s). (N.B. This box was treated for extensive mold damage, and items are exceptionally fragile and mold-stained.)
Box 117

Multi-Dimensional Scaling, undated

Scope and Content Note

IBM punch cards for multi-dimensional scaling program from Doug Carroll, Bell Labs.
Box 118

Artists for New York Benefit, 1979

Box 118, Folder 1-28

Correspondence, documents, printed matter

Scope and Content Note

Consists of correspondence, report, artists' committee name lists and letters to, information letter, 3 folders of notes mostly pertaining to "to-dos" and invitations, mailing lists, budgets, publicity, press releases, artists' and others requests for tickets, texts for invitations, invitations and mailers, tickets, programs.
Box 119

Trisha Brown Co., 1980

Box 119, Folder 1-20

Material for "Opal Loop/Cloud Installation," 1979-1980

Scope and Content Note

Collaboration with Nakaya, "Glacial Decoy" (with Rauschenberg), and general information on TBC. Includes fund-raising letters from Julie Martin and Rauschenberg to prospective patrons; thank-you letters from Brown to sponsors; "Glacial Decoy" performance instructions and invitations; Nancy Graves Poster material (donated by Graves and used for 1980 NY season and for promoting Europe performances); "Opal Loop/Cloud Installation" notes, sketches, diagrams, patent application pertaining to Nakaya's fog [see also flat file folder 7** for plans of fog system and architectural plans and sections of Brooklyn academy of Music, Opera House], press release, tickets and invitations. Also includes clippings; articles; announcements; programs; a profile on Brown; and Merce Cunningham press clippings and press release.
Box 120

Klüver Talks, Lectures and Articles, 1968-1992

Box 120, Folder 1-60

Manuscripts (mostly photocopied), notes and correspondence, 1968-1991

Scope and Content Note

Pertaining to "Technology and the Individual," Spring 1968 (proposed book); Minneapolis School of Art, May 9 1968 (commencement address); "The Ghetto and the Technical Community," Summer 1968 (article); "The Artist and Industry," Dec 16 1968 (lecture at MOMA); "Artists, Engineers and Technology," 1969 (paper written with Rauschenberg for "International Conference on Technological Change and Human Development," Israel); "Rainforest," Jan 30 1970 (article on history of E.A.T.); "Establishing an Interactive Relationship Between the Artist and Technology," Jun 1969 (for 1970 edition of "Enciclopedia della scienza e della tecnica mondadori"); "Conditions for Artists Participation in Shaping the Environment," Feb 22 1976 (presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science); detailed corrections of National Gallery of Art's Rauschenberg Retrospective catalog, 1977 (14 p.); "Artist Expertise for Communication Plannings," Sep 13 1977 (paper given at the International Institute of Communication); "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering," 1980 (article in "Für Augen und Ohren"); corrections to Calvin Tomkins "Off the Wall," 1980 (3 p.); "9 Evenings," 1980-1991 (talk); "Pavilion," Aug 12 1990 (talk at Queens Museum); and "9 Evenings," Sep 3 1991 (talk at Neue Pinakothek, Munich); among others, arranged chronologically.
Box 121

Klüver Talks, Lectures and Articles, 1968-1992

Box 121, Folder 1-12

Manuscripts and printed articles,

Scope and Content Note

Contains "Art Engineering and Collaboration," Apr 12 1992 (talk at DIA conference) and some mss and articles by others (John Pearce, Max Mathews, Francis Mason and James Tenney).
 

Oversize project files material

Oversize 1**

Printed ephemera

Scope and Content Note

Poster: Artists' benefit sale for Encounter Inc, April 30 - May 1 1972.
Oversize 2**

Pepsi Pavilion, logo design artwork, undated

Scope and Content Note

14 sheets with colored marker and pencil sketches. [Relates to material in Box 44.]
Oversize 3**

Pepsi Pavilion - hardware drawings

Oversize 4**

John Pearce's files - Pepsi Pavilion (Mirror Dome)

Scope and Content Note

Photomechanical drawings, some annotated. [See also Box 48, f.10-14.]
Oversize 5**

Projects outside art - Greenhouse plans

Scope and Content Note

[Relates to material in Box 60, f.3-17.]
Oversize 6**

Island Eye, Island Ear maps

Scope and Content Note

[Relates to Boxes 111, 112, 113.
Oversize 7**

Trisha Brown Co. - Opera House - Fog system plans

Scope and Content Note

Relates to Box 119.
Oversize 2**

Expo 70 architectural drawings

Scope and Content Note

Festival plaza, float assembly drawings, Pepsi pavilion. [Relates to Box 45, f. 28-31; Box 48, f. 16-24.]
 

Series II. Correspondence and administration, 1966-1980

Physical Description: 21 lin. ft. 16 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Considerable correspondence with artists, engineers, sponsors, and staff members about various topics, such as membership, finances, fund-raising and projects, arranged in rough chronological order. There are also general files mostly consisting of correspondence and publications, arranged in alpha order. The administration of E.A.T.'s policies and procedures are documented with by-laws and board of directors meeting minutes, and office management and fund-raising files. This series also contains a large quantity of Klüver and J. Martin notes.
Box 122

Correspondence, 1966-1974

Box 122, Folder 1-26

Klüver, 1966-1974

Scope and Content Note

general correspondence with arts organizations, journals, corporations, government officials, universities, and artists, discussing such matters as sponsorship, information requests, invitations for Klüver to speak, collaboration ideas and projects. Highlights are letter and note from Cage who needs technical assistance with 2 compositions (1967) and requests E.A.T. to give money that is owed to him to Sari Dienes (1968); 7 letters with Eugenio Carmi about establishing an Italian E.A.T. local group (1967-1968, see also Box 30, Local Groups); note from John Kenneth Galbraith (Aug 17 1967); correspondence with Senator Jacob Javits and wife Marion (ca. 15 items, 1967-1968 and Jan 1972); letter from Betty Asher at LACMA requesting information for their art and technology project (Jul 10 1967); 4 items with Lil Picard about reviews (1967); note from Harold Prince (1967); letters to John G. Powers, Aspen Inst. of Humanistic Studies, about board formation and other organizational matters with a response addressed to Rauschenberg (13 items, 1967-1968); 8 p. typescript to Jan Butterfield, Fine Arts Associates, concerning E.A.T. LA (Feb 1968); postcard from Anaïs Nin mentioning a Stanford seminar on the relationship between integrated circuits and her work, and asking Klüver to send written materials on his ideas so she can introduce him "in the Diary" (Dec 1969); two letters from Kaprow about receiving "tax exempt financial acknowledgment" as part of the Pavilion settlement (May 1 1971); and letter from Charlotte Moorman (undated, ca. Oct-Dec 1971). From 1970 onward, the correspondence contains more photocopies and carbon copies from Klüver regarding the organization and fund-raising of specific projects, such as Telex: Q&A, Artists and Television, and New York Collection for Stockholm. Many of these letters document severe budgetary problems. 1967-1968 filed in rough alpha order by institution, and 1969-1974 filed in rough chron. order; ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 122, Folder 27

Klüver correspondence with Fujiko Nakaya, 1969-1974

Scope and Content Note

primarily long detailed letters from Nakaya discussing E.A.T. Japan organizational matters with many comments about proper etiquette and red-tape encountered when interacting with Japanese officials and cultural leaders; collaboration with and support from Takashi Asada (environmental developer); project ideas; updates on Japanese television technology, especially that which Sony has developed; and the potential to deal art and exhibit Pop art in Japan. Also contains 4 p. letter from Nakaya describing the negative situation of the Expo Festival Plaza (Aug 21 1970), ca. 90 items.
Box 122, Folder 28

Klüver correspondence log, 1973-1974

Scope and Content Note

kept by Barbara Birkenmeier Jan 1973-Aug 1974.
Box 122, Folder 29-39

Francis Mason (President of E.A.T.), 1968

Scope and Content Note

with artists, industry, universities, museums, arts organizations and government officials, primarily about fund-raising, collaborations and organization. Includes a letter from Carol Brown expressing disappointment in E.A.T.'s lack of assistance with her projects; 3 p. letter from Ross Drago about his work and E.A.T. Bay Area local group formation with 4 photos; 2 letters from Dan Flavin requesting assistance; note from Buckminster Fuller agreeing to join the board; 4 items with Douglas Davis, National Observer, who eagerly wants to write about E.A.T. and related developments in art and technology (see also Box 125); 1 p. cc. of a typescript from Max Newhaus describing the development of his electronic music; and letter from Paik discussing a new "art machine"; ca. .25 lin. ft., filed in rough alpha order.
Box 123

Correspondence, 1967-1980

Box 123, Folder 1-28

General, 1967-1980, 1968-1972

Scope and Content Note

with various E.A.T. staff members and interested persons similar to those mentioned above in Klüver and Mason correspondence, concerning a myriad of topics, filed in chron. order. 1969-1970 files contain mostly carbon copies and photocopies of letters, and drafts of letters, memos and financial reports (some duplicating those in Klüver and Mason correspondence and in Project files). 1970-1972 has much on financial matters, showing an increased difficulty with paying bills. From 1971 until 1980 a substantial proportion of the letters ask and answer queries. Some highlights are: 2 letters from Udo Kasemets about Klüver giving a lecture at a festival in Canada (Dec 22 1967, Feb 24 1968); apologetic note from Robert Venturi (Apr 2 1968); Galeria Bonino press release for Paik's "Electronic Art II" (ca. Apr 1968); 3 notes from Gyorgy Kepes (Sep 23 1968, May 12 1969, Jun 12 1969); letter from Alison Knowles about creating houses on a plot of ground in Chelsea (Nov 22 1968, see Jan 1969); typescript of 16 p. Klüver paper which describes in detail Tinguely's "Hommage à New York" among other things (Jan 27 1969); proposal for 10 exhibitions at Automation House (Mar 17 1969); Jud Yalkut proposal (May 1 1969); postcard from Geoff Hendricks (Jun 1969); much pertaining to the Pavilion (Apr-Jul 1969); correspondence between Martin, Nakaya and Mrs. Naum Gabo about printing and casting some of Gabo's work (Apr 1969, Sep 9 1969); postcard from Richard Kostelanetz (Aug 1 1969); letter from Schneemann requesting sponsor list (Aug 5 1970); letter from Brian O'Doherty who will not recommend E.A.T.'s membership-publications program grant proposal because his own organization (NEA) has turned it down (Mar 22 1971); note from Joseph Kosuth (ca. 1973); 3 letters from Peter Frank requesting information for an exhibition with response from Klüver (1973); note from Allan Kaprow (1973); chatty letter and a postcard from Jackie Monnier (Sep 29 1980); and letter from Terry Martin with family photograph taken ca. 1907 (Apr 1 1980).
Box 124

Correspondence and General Files A-BR, 1968, 1981-1993

Box 124, Folder 1-11

General correspondence, 1981-1993

Scope and Content Note

Includes photocopy of a letter from Nakaya about copyrighting her fog sculptures with a thick packet of material on her work (Aug 15 1981); postcard from Germano Celant (ca. 1982); letters with the Cooper Union about borrowing Rauschenberg's tennis racket used in "Open Score" (1983); and two letters from Matthew Rinaldo, House of Representatives, concerning NEA grant policies and censorship (1990); ca. .33 lin. ft.
Box 124, Folder 12-37

General files, A-BR, 1968

Scope and Content Note

contains much correspondence, publications and clippings concerning a variety of topics. Includes: Amer. Ass. for the Advancement of Science correspondence and transcript of Klüver's talk at their annual meeting (1968); ephemera relating to artists exhibitions; and Automation House files containing job training film festival material (1968), reports, memos, pamphlets and clippings about Theodore Kheel.
Box 125, Folder 1-50

General Files BU-INS, 1968-1977, 1970-1973

Scope and Content Note

Including correspondence and press releases with Frank Stanton, CBS, regarding the House of Reps. subpeona of various materials relating to CBS's broadcast "The Selling of the Pentagon"; correspondence with Lowell Cross (ca. 8 items); Douglas Davis correspondence regarding his book "Art and the Future," ca. 15 items (1969-1972); E.A.T. history notes with a letter from Waldhauer describing the sentiments of some of the board members (Summer 1971); 13 articles by Robert Feller (conservator); and IEEE correspondence about creating an IEEE group concentrating on art.
Box 126, Folder 1-55

General Files INT-O, 1968-1977, 1970-1973

Scope and Content Note

Including typescript of Deane Judd's 28 p. paper "Visual Science and the Artist"; King's Square Show (Barbara Rose project) financial correspondence and organizational material; Mabou Mines (theater group) file with a note from Philip Glass (1973), project proposal, ephemera and photocopied reviews; some Robert McFarland correspondence regarding fund-raising (1969-1970); 6 issues of "Marijuana"; and postcard signed by Charlotte Moorman and Paik (1974).
Box 127, Folder 1-52

General Files P-Z, 1968-1977, 1970-1973

Scope and Content Note

Including photocopied publications, rules and contracts relating to Public Access TV; many photocopied articles and other material concerning Pulsa (seven-man team of research associates at Yale); substantial quantity of resumes; articles and catalogs regarding Super 8; questionnaires and other material relating to "Toward the year 2018" a convocation sponsored by the Foreign Policy Association; and much material about Westbeth artists' housing with note from Carl Andre written on a Westbeth letter he received.
Box 128, Folder 1-58

Board of Directors, 1966-1974

Scope and Content Note

Includes material on board formation and activities, but mostly meeting minutes and notes from and agendas for board, advisory council and executive committee meetings, 1 lin. ft.
Box 129

Administrative Activities, ca. 1966-1983

Box 129, Folder 1-6

E.A.T. Formation, ca. 1966-ca. 1980s

Scope and Content Note

by-laws, certificate of incorporation, certificate of charitable organization, philosophy notes and statements, and statement of purpose.
Box 129, Folder 7-34

Office Management, 1971-1983

Scope and Content Note

includes staff bios; stenograph notebooks (early 70s); phone call numbers and lists (1971-1983); desk calendars (1971-1972); equipment orders, agreements and catalogs; letterhead typesetting and printing (1969-1980); and mailing procedures and information; ca. .75 lin. ft.
Box 130, Folder 1-11

Miscellaneous Administrative Activities, 1969

Scope and Content Note

Includes interoffice memos, internal correspondence, meeting notes, office procedures, and office reorganization material.
Box 131

Fund-raising, 1966-1972, 1967-1969

Box 131, Folder 1-5

Tamblyn & Brown Fund-raising Feasibility Study, 1967

Scope and Content Note

correspondence with Tamblyn & Brown, form letter sent requesting industry to participate, checklists of contacts, questionnaires and mailers, and report.
Box 131, Folder 6-9

Fund-raising correspondence

Scope and Content Note

substantial quantity of carbon copies and photocopies of letters from various E.A.T. staff/ board members to potential donors/sponsors with some responses.
Box 131, Folder 10-12

Notes

Scope and Content Note

on donor prospects and corporate contacts.
Box 131, Folder 13-17

Donations, 1966-1969

Scope and Content Note

includes lists of donors, and records of donations and deposits to E.A.T.
Box 131, Folder 18-30

Donor Files, A

Scope and Content Note

mostly correspondence and some grant application material with organizations such as AFL-CIO and Robert Anderson (ARCO). Oftentimes files were annotated with donation amount, ca. .25 lin. ft. (cont.).
Box 132

Fund-raising, 1966-1972, 1967-1969

Box 132, Folder 1-44

Donor files, B-N

Scope and Content Note

same as above and includes CBS, IBM, NEA grant application, New York State Council on the Arts, and Rockefeller Brothers Fund.
Box 133

Klüver notes, ca. 1967-1972

Box 133, Folder 1-2

Klüver calendar, and photograph of Klüver and Rauschenberg, 1968 ca. 1967-1972

Folder 3-18

Notes, 1967-1972

Scope and Content Note

pertain to various E.A.T. projects, ideas, contacts, with drafts of letters and memos, ca. 1 lin. ft.
Box 134

Klüver notes, early 1970s

Box 134, Folder 1-4

Bound notebooks and memopads recording ideas and daily activities

Box 134, Folder 5-13

Klüver research files

Scope and Content Note

continuation of notes but with a greater abundance of clippings, publications, and invitations.
Box 135

Julie Martin's notes, undated

Box 135, Folder 1-27

Notes, drafts, assorted clippings and photocopied articles

Box 136-137

Rolodex and other card files, 1970s

Scope and Content Note

Three sets of rolodex card files; small group of index cards with names and addresses (corporate sponsors?); and inventory cards (ca. 1978) with artists' names, title of work, date, price and other pertinent information
 

Series III. Publications, ca. 1967-1980

Physical Description: ca. 15 lin. ft. 10 boxes, 1 flat file folder

Scope and Content Note

Contains book and newsletter production material in the form of manuscripts, galleys, proofs and layouts for most of E.A.T.'s publications, arranged in rough chronological order. Invoices, order forms and letters of interest record E.A.T.'s marketing and subscribing membership activities
Box 138

Publications, 1967-1970

Box 138, Folder 1-4

Art and Technology ca. 1967-1968

Scope and Content Note

notes, ms, galley, article copy, title. search.
Box 138, Folder 5-12

E.A.T. News, vol.1, nos.1-4, ; vol.2, nos.1-2, 1967 1968

Scope and Content Note

mss., reports, information, newsletter copies.
Box 138, Folder 13-17

E.A.T. Operations and Information, nos.1-5, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

journal copies and some manuscript material.
Box 138, Folder 18-21

E.A.T. Information, Sep 1969, Feb 1970, Mar 1970

Scope and Content Note

mss. and journal copies (see also Box 44 for more mss.).
Box 138, Folder 22

President's Report, Oct 1969

Scope and Content Note

mss. and journal copy.
Box 138, Folder 23-29

E.A.T. Proceedings, ) 1967-1969

Scope and Content Note

Numbers 1, 4-5, 9, 11-13. Journal copies, mailing list, safety report, bibliography, covers.
Box 138, Folder 31-36

Techne, vol.1, no.1, Apr 1969

Scope and Content Note

journal;, ideas, notes, mss (includes Carl Andre letter), photos, correspondence.
Box 138, Folder 37-70

Techne, vol.1, no.2, Nov 1970

Scope and Content Note

journal, mss (some not included in final printing), paste-up (see also Box 106), repros, illus., graphics, copyright certificate, ad material, ca. .5 lin. ft.
Box 139

Publications, 1969-1972, undated

Box 139, Folder 1-2

Techne, vol.1, no.2, Nov 1970

Box 139, Folder 3

Techne, vol.1, no.3 (unpublished)

Scope and Content Note

Notes and correspondence requesting article submissions.
Box 139, Folder 4-6

Techne, vol.1, no.3 (unpublished)

Scope and Content Note

Deane Judd interview transcript.
Box 139, Folder 11-17

Automation House ( New York Times Supplement), 1969

Scope and Content Note

meeting minutes, correspondence, memos, notes, ms, cover dummy, dummy.
Box 139, Folder 18-40

Pavilion, 1972

Scope and Content Note

Dutton contract, correspondence, substantial quantity of mss. many with corrections and mostly of Nilo Lindgren's section. Also contains 2 versions of Barbara Rose's manuscript, ca. .75 lin. ft.
Box 140

Publications, 1968-1970

Box 140, Folder 1-25

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Scope and Content Note

ms. corrections, interview transcripts and appointment lists for interviews, galleys, proofs, permission requests,illus. lists and captions, illus., promotion.
Box 140, Folder 27

Description of the Pepsi-Cola Pavilion

Scope and Content Note

Breer notes, ms, galley, booklet.
Box 141

Publications, 1967-1974

Box 141, Folder 1-10

E.A.T. Brochure

Scope and Content Note

drafts (1967-1969), collection of writings by E.A.T., mss, paste-ups, notes, dummies, schematic layout, captions, information on printing, and "Brochure for Industry" mss. [See also art work for E.A.T. brochure, in flat file folder 8**.]
Box 141, Folder 12-32

Subscribing members

Scope and Content Note

includes membership request letters and forms (1968-1974), potentials (1970-1973), letters to members (1968-1971), letter to members (Oct 2, 1970, not mailed), subscribing members list (ca. 1970), membership mailer (ca. 1970), and membership circular manuscript, outline, notes and layout examples.
Box 142

Publications, 1967-1986

Box 142, Folder 1-12

Printing

Scope and Content Note

includes jobs (1967-1970), publications worksheets, receipts, expense log.
Box 142, Folder 13-27

Marketing

Scope and Content Note

order form, orders and invoices (1970, 1977-1979, 1983-1986), inventory (1971), catalogs and price lists (ca. 1972), price list (1980), catalog layout (ca. 1980), trademark and copyright information, mailing lists.
Box 142, Folder 28-44

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

includes book ideas and suggestions, procedures, press releases, clippings, to-do lists, ISBN information
Box 143, Folder 1-36

E.A.T. Bibliography, 1965-1980

Scope and Content Note

Early drafts (1974, 1978); notebook for indexing references; citation drafts; notes (includes all vols. of E.A.T. News bound in one volume); mss.; many photocopied page proofs; paste-ups; corrections; dummies; layouts.
Box 144, Folder 1-23

E.A.T. Bibliography, 1965-1980

Scope and Content Note

Bound signatures; bound signatures w/cover; cover design; cover; NEA grant application; E.A.T. Documents notes, correspondence and packaging; sales and marketing; notes.
Box 145, Folder 1-13

E.A.T. Bibliography, 1965-1980

Scope and Content Note

Original material published or produced by E.A.T. used to compile archive box documents sent to libraries and for book, 1965-1969, #1-151.
Box 146, Folder 1-14

E.A.T. Bibliography, 1965-1980

Scope and Content Note

Similar material to Box 145, 1970-Oct 1971, #151A-251.
Box 147, Folder 1-15

E.A.T. Bibliography, 1965-1980

Scope and Content Note

Similar material to Box 145, Nov 1971-1993, #252-361.
Oversize 8**

Artwork for E.A.T. brochure

 

Series IV. Clippings, 1965-ca. 1980

Physical Description: 8 lin. ft. 16 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Contains over 600 citations of articles, notices and press accounts, filed chronologically. In many cases the full magazine, newspaper or other publication where the article appears has been included. The citations for these press clippings is contained within the publication, E.A.T. Bibliography 1965-1980. Some material has been added since 1980.
Box 148

1965-Jun 1967

Box 149

Jul 1967-Oct 1968

Box 150

Nov 1968-Feb 1969

Box 151

Mar 1969-Sep 1969

Box 152

Oct 1969-Jan 1970

Box 153

and Expo '70 guides Jan 1970-Mar 1970

Box 154

Apr 1970-Jun 1970

Box 155

Jul-Dec 1970

Box 156

Pavilion and Bijutsu-Techo, 1970, Jan 1971-Sep 1971

Box 157

Bijutsu-Techo, Oct 1971-Dec 1971, 1971

Box 158

Jan 1972-Sep 1973

Box 159

Oct 1973-Jan 1974

Box 160

J.D.Rockefeller III Report ( ) Feb 1974-1978, 1977

Box 161

1979

Box 162

1980-1981, 1983, 1991

Box 163

Oversize, 1966, 1968-1971

Scope and Content Note

"9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering" program (Oct 1966), Techne (Apr 14, 1969 and Nov 6, 1970), Projects Outside Art poster (Jun 12, 1970), "Utopier et Visioner" Moderna Museet Stockholm (1971), "Some More Beginnings" catalog (1968), "E.A.T. Clippings" (Apr 1960-Jul 1969).
 

Series V. Financial, 1966-1986, 1966-1974

Physical Description: ca. 25.5 lin. ft. 17 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Includes bank-account statements, cancelled checks, check stubs, ledgers, project budgets, bills, receipts, disbursements, and tax and IRS forms. Throughout the early 1970s, E.A.T. tended to operate with its finances in arrears. Financial strains first began to show during the construction of the Pepsi Pavilion. By 1973-1974, most bills were either paid late or went into collection. Correspondence on these matters is interspersed.
Box 164

"9 Evenings," 1963-1966

Box 164, Folder 1-11

Bank records, 1966

Scope and Content Note

Stockholm Festival account statements (Summit & Elisabeth Trust Co.) deposit slips and cancelled checks for 9 Evenings account (Bankers Trust Co.) includes bills paid on account, deposits and check stubs; Klüver personal account (Summit & Elisabeth Trust Co.); cancelled checks and receipts E.A.T. account (c/o Rauschenberg, Chemical Bank NY) statements Oct 12, 1966.
Box 164, Folder 12-56

Accounting records, 1963-1965

Scope and Content Note

budget, ledger and purchase books, individual files for expense reports of "9 Evenings" artists, electric and lighting bills, receipts for unpaid bills, expense and donation summary, Rubin Gorewitz CPA correspondence and receipt files (see also Box 4 for accounting ledger1963-1965, payroll and box office accounting).
Box 165

1967-1969

Box 165, Folder 1-14

Bank statements, cancelled checks, some deposit slips

Box 166

1966-1970, 1968-1969

Box 166, Folder 1-6

Deposit slips, advice, 1967-1969

Box 166, Folder 7-20

Check stubs, Nov 1966-Aug 1970

Box 166, Folder 21

Staff tax accounts, checkbook, 1969

Box 166, Folder 22-26

Petty cash account, 1969

Scope and Content Note

statements and cancelled checks (Jan-Dec), receipts, and check stubs (Nov-Dec).
Box 167, Folder 1-39

1966-1970, 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

Bills/invoices (1967), paid bills A-Z (1968), and bills and receipts A-Z (1969-1970), .66 lin. ft.
Box 168

1966-1970, 1968-1969

Box 168, Folder 1

E.A.T. budgets, 1966-1970

Box 168, Folder 2

Gorewitz correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 168, Folder 3

Ordover correspondence, 1967-1970

Box 168, Folder 4-8

Accounting, 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

Gorewitz year-end reports, liabilities, budgets and expenditures, report on activities.
Box 168, Folder 9-16

Accounting, 1968

Scope and Content Note

bookkeeping procedures, contributions, Mason expense report, bank reconciliation work papers, ledgers, cash disbursement ledgers, Gorewitz year-end report, and miscellaneous.
Box 168, Folder 17-36

Accounting, 1969

Scope and Content Note

budgets/ledgers, assets and liabilities, operating expenses, bookkeeping / salary, payroll and personnel, bank overdraft correspondence, tax exemption certificate, insurance, general ledger, forecast, year-end report, and report on activities. See also Box 50 for general financial ledger, 1969.
Box 169

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 169, Folder 1-27

Budget-cost management

Scope and Content Note

cost reviews and estimates, mirror dome and fog costs/specs, equipment prices/price changes, Schjeldahl contract, Singer correspondence, allocation of overhead expenses, cost/budget analysis, film proposal/est. budget, TIE budgets, budget adjustments and forecasts, and estimated/actual budgets.
Box 169, Folder 28-63

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

petty cash account receipts, receipted bills A-Z and expense log, shipping, and materials invoices and costs.
Box 170

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 170, Folder 1-18

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

accounts payable/receivable, ledgers, overhead account 1022 analysis, disbursements, and Pepsi reports and correspondence.
Box 170, Folder 19-54

Travel expenses

Scope and Content Note

expense reports and receipts filed alpha by traveler, including Robert Breer, Karl Friberg, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Klüver, Julie Martin, Forrest Myers, Fujiko Nakaya, Larry Owens, John Pearce, John Ryde, David Tudor, Fred Waldhauer and Robert Whitman; PepsiCo advances; and charter flight final payments.
Box 171

Pepsi Pavilion, 1969-1970

Box 171, Folder 1-8

Personnel

Scope and Content Note

procedures, E.A.T.-IRS correspondence about payroll taxes, payroll tax ledgers and forms/worksheets, salary/benefits, and responsibilities for Pavilion.
Box 171, Folder 9

Nakaya file on Expo '70 operations

Box 171, Folder 10-14

Press

Scope and Content Note

activities, budgets, and costs.
Box 171, Folder 15-38

E.A.T. LA [Los Angeles]

Scope and Content Note

includes California qualification forms, account statements and cancelled checks, paid bills, accounts payable, budget, amounts owed/paid, general ledger, monthly reports/disbursements, dome cost estimates, staff tax account and payroll.
Box 171, Folder 39-40

Settlement

Scope and Content Note

agreement, Pepsi correspondence, and letters to creditors.
Box 172

1970-1971

Box 172, Folder 1-24

Bank statements and cancelled checks

Scope and Content Note

Chemical Bank (Jan-Aug 1970) with check stubs (Feb-Jul 1970), staff tax acct. (Jan-Aug 1970), Manufacturers Hanover (Jul-Dec 1970) with check stubs (Aug-Oct 1970), petty cash account and receipts (1970), account statements and cancelled checks (Jan 1971-Jan 1972).
Box 172, Folder 25-27

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

general ledger (1970, 1971) and payroll ledger (1971, 1972). See also Box 106 for more ledgers.
Box 173

1970

Box 173, Folder 1-38

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

includes bills, A-Z, disbursements (Jun-Dec), deposit breakdown (Sep-Dec), accounts payable, payment schedule, trial balance, moneys owed, accounting summaries for Artists in India, Projects Outside Art, and Wash. D.C. visit. Also financial statements and journal entries.
Box 174, Folder 1-43

Accounting, 1970-1972, 1971-1972

Scope and Content Note

bills, A-Z (1970-1972), bills outstanding (1971), disbursements (Jan-Dec 1971), and accounts receivable (1970-1971).
Box 175

1970-1971

Box 175, Folder 1-13

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

includes projected budget (1971), accounts payable, journal entries and CPA worksheets, report worksheets (1971);, and controller (J.A. Ruffalo) correspondence.
Box 175, Folder 14-39

Taxes, 1966-1971

Scope and Content Note

includes forms, exemption letter (1969), annual report of charitable organization (1966-1971, all filed 1970-1971), returns (1966-1970), W-2 and W-4 forms, quarterly withholdings and disability, papers marked "Hold for Audit" (1970), withholding tax penalties (1971), payroll taxes (1971) and balance sheet (1971).
Box 175, Folder 40-60

Personnel, 1970-1971

Scope and Content Note

completed time sheets (1970), terminated employees (1970), vacation schedules (1970), N.Y. State Employment information, unemployment and disability, resumes, and personal and Klüver expenses (1971).
Box 176

1968-1974, 1970-1971

Box 176, Folder 1-6

Insurance

Scope and Content Note

policies, group insurance registration cards, and information
Box 176, Folder 7-15

Fund-raising, 1968-1971

Scope and Content Note

statement of potential (1968), grants in progress including JDR II and Ford Foundation (1970), Klüver donation (1971), and loans (1971).
Box 176, Folder 16-24

Leasing, 1969-1972

Scope and Content Note

office space, and equipment and furniture.
Box 176, Folder 25-29

Legal

Scope and Content Note

De Forest and Duer corresp (1970), Julie Martin files (1971-1974), and copyright information.
Box 177

1972-1973

Box 177, Folder 1-30

Accounting, 1972-1973

Scope and Content Note

bills owed/paid (1972), accountant file (1972), disbursements (Jan 1972-Dec 1973), disbursement ledger (1973), and deposit slips/breakdown (1973).
Box 177, Folder 31-38

Taxes, 1972

Scope and Content Note

returns and withholdings .
Box 177, Folder 39-40

Insurance policies

Box 177, Folder 41

Fund-raising, 1973

Scope and Content Note

grant applications.
Box 178

1972-1975, 1973-1974

Box 178, Folder 1-15

Banking

Scope and Content Note

statements and cancelled checks (1972-1974), deposit slips (Jan-Jun 1974, Manufacturers Hanover), statements and cancelled checks (Oct-Nov, 1974, United Counties Trust account), statements, cancelled checks and overdraft notices from loan account (1972-1975), check stubs (1973-1974), and stop payments and returned checks (1973).
Box 178, Folder 16-18

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

petty cash receipts (1973), lawsuits and creditor claims (1973), and collected moneys for Stockholm trip (1973).
Box 178, Folder 19-21

Taxes and IRS

Scope and Content Note

NY State taxes 1972, NY Employee taxes 1974, and IRS 1973.
Box 178, Folder 22-27

Miscellaneous

Scope and Content Note

notes relating to finances (1973), financial management seminar 1973, Julie Martin checking account, Klüver personal account, and miscellaneous (1973).
Box 179

1972-1974, 1973-1974

Box 179, Folder 1-34

Bills

Scope and Content Note

filed alpha includes American Express and other charge cards; car rental; IBM; insurance; rent; telephone; Western Union; and other, documenting difficulties E.A.T. had with paying bills during these years. Also interfiled is much correspondence from collection agencies.
Box 180

1974-1986, 1975-1979

Box 180, Folder 1-12

Banking

Scope and Content Note

cancelled checks (Dec 1974-Jan 1978); check stubs (Jan-Mar 1977); checking acct. statements (Jan-May 1975); check duplicates (1977); E.A.T. banking (1978); E.A.T. checks (1979); and bank statements (1979-1981).
Box 180, Folder 13-21

Accounting

Scope and Content Note

working papers for year-end report (1974); general ledgers (1974-1976); bills (1975-1977); accts. receivable (1979-1980); invoices (1982); and accounting (1982).
Box 180, Folder 22-27

Taxes and IRS

Scope and Content Note

taxes (1974-1975); tax problems 1977 (for years 1970-1974); taxes and accounting (1977); IRS correspondence; 1978 requests for waiver; and NY State Taxes (1986).
 

Series VI. Photographs, 1966-1990

Physical Description: ca. 12 lin. ft. 38 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Contains more than 1000 8x10 black-and-white photographs, 2300 35mm color and black-and-white slides, over 2500 various size color and black-and-white photographs, and over 2600 color and black-and-white negatives. There are approximately 400 contact sheets, among them a full set of the photographs Peter Moore took for "9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering" and a full set of the photographs Harry Shunk and Jean Kender took of the Pepsi Pavilion. The photographs are arranged in rough chronological order by project and subject matter.
Box 181

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 181, Folder 1

Meeting at Rauschenberg's for 9 Evenings, Apr 4, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 b/w slide.
Box 181, Folder 2

Meeting at Rauschenberg's with Bill Hartig to demonstrate infra-red television

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w, 1 contact sheet, negatives and 1 b/w slide by Simone Forti.
Box 181, Folder 3

Unknown Rauschenberg, Hay, Paxton performance (pre-9 Evenings)

Scope and Content Note

17 color slides.
Box 181, Folder 4

Meeting at Tudor's house at Stony Point, New York, Photographer Frances Breer

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w, 19 color slides and 3 contact sheets.
Box 181, Folder 5

Testing Deborah Hay's cars at Larry Heilos' (of Bell Labs) house

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet and negatives
Box 181, Folder 6

Equipment tryout at Berkeley School, Berkeley Heights, N.J

Scope and Content Note

5 mixed sized b/w, 35 8x10 b/w, 12 contact sheets, 36 2x3 b/w prints, 5 b/w slides, 24 neg. strips, 1 8x10 paper neg. and 2 8x10 negs.
Box 181, Folder 7

Equipment tryout at Berkeley School, William Rivelli Photographer/Bell Labs

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w, 5 contact sheets and 2 b/w slides.
Box 182

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 182, Folder 8

Equipment tryout and portraits at Berkeley School, Burt Shavitz for Fortune

Scope and Content Note

99 color slides of people with equipment and of portraits of artists and engineers.
Box 182, Folder 9

Armory, Oct 8, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 print and 1 contact sheet, by Moore, group portrait and set-up
Box 182, Folder 10

Armory set-up

Scope and Content Note

13 7x9 b/w prints, 6 neg. strips on wiring and raising wooden frame, marked 9 Evenings Theatre, B4633/3, photographer unknown, several rolls of film are represented in the prints.
Box 182, Folder 11

Armory set-up and general

Scope and Content Note

12 8x10 b/w prints by Moore.
Box 182, Folder 12

Armory set-up

Scope and Content Note

57 color slides by Burt Shavitz.
Box 182, Folder 13

Armory set-up

Scope and Content Note

76 b/w and 2 color slides from various photographs by Moore and others.
Box 182, Folder 14

Equipment built by engineers for 9 Evenings

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet.
Box 182, Folder 15

Rauschenberg poster signing

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w print, 1 b/w slide and 1 contact sheet.
Box 182, Folder 16

9 Evenings set up and performances

Scope and Content Note

18 contact sheets by Herb Levart, Bell Labs.
Box 183

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 183, Folder 17

9 Evenings, Cage/Childs/exterior, Oct 16 1966

Scope and Content Note

8 8x10 b/w, 2 contact sheets and 4 b/w slides by Robert McElroy.
Box 183, Folder 18

John Cage performance

Scope and Content Note

6 8x10 b/w by Moore and 33 color slides by Robert McElroy.
Box 183, Folder 19

Rauschenberg performance

Scope and Content Note

12 8x10 b/w by Moore, 5 6 1/2 x 9 1/2 b/w prints, 6 color slides and 8 b/w slides.
Box 183, Folder 20

Öyvind Fahlström performance

Scope and Content Note

17 8/10 b/w, 2 5x7 b/w, 2 3x5 b/w, 9 color slides, 33 b/w slides, 13 negatives from films used in the work and 2 other negs.
Box 183, Folder 21

Tudor performance

Scope and Content Note

6 8x10 b/w by Moore, 38 color slides by Robert McElroy and 3 b/w slides.
Box 183, Folder 22

Lucinda Childs performance

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w by Moore, 1 8x10 b/w by Herb Levart/Bell Labs, 7 color slides by Robert McElroy, 5 color slides from Bell Labs, 2 color slides by Herbert Migdoll and 16 b/w slides (2 by Moore).
Box 184

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 184, Folder 23

Yvonne Rainer performance

Scope and Content Note

7 8x10 b/w by Moore, 2 8x10 b/w, 2 7x9 b/w, 42 color slides by Burt Shavitz, 7 color slides by Herbert Migdoll and 20 b/w slides.
Box 184, Folder 24

Deborah Hay performance

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 by Charles Harbutt, Magnum, 4 8x10 b/w by Moore, 1 8x10 b/w, 6 7x9 b/w, 4 color slides from Bell Labs, 33 b/w slides.
Box 184, Folder 25

Alex Hay performance

Scope and Content Note

11 8x10 b/w by Moore, 2 color slides by Migdoll, 5 color slides from Bell Labs and 15 b/w slide (1 by Moore).
Box 184, Folder 26

Steve Paxton performance

Scope and Content Note

19 8x10 b/w by Moore, 33 color slides by Robert McElroy, 2 b/w slides and 1 color slide by Shavitz.
Box 185

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 185, Folder 27

Robert Whitman performance

Scope and Content Note

8 8x10 b/w by Moore, 2 8x10 b/w by Eliot Landry, 1 8x10 b/w, 5 7x9 b/w ref: "14" and 75 color slides by Robert McElroy.
Box 185, Folder 28

Armory, Moore Oct 23, 1966,

Scope and Content Note

2 8x10 b/w.
Box 185, Folder 29

Negatives

Scope and Content Note

10 8x10 negatives.
Box 185, Folder 30

Central Plaza meeting, Nov 30, 1966

Scope and Content Note

4 8x10 b/w by Moore and 2 contact sheets.
Box 185, Folder 31

Yvonne Rainer rehearsal, Oct 10 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

4 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 185, Folder 32

Oct 12 rehearsal

Scope and Content Note

11 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 185, Folder 33

Paxton and Alex Hay, Oct 13 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

5 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 185, Folder 34

Tudor and Rauschenberg, Oct 14 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

9 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 185, Folder 35

Cage and Rainer, Oct 15 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

15 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 185, Folder 36

Cage and Childs, Oct 16 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

10 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 186

"9 Evenings," 1966

Box 186, Folder 37

Tudor and Whitman, Oct 18 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

13 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 186, Folder 38

Paxton and Whitman, Oct 19 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

7 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 186, Folder 39

Rainer, Oct 21 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

4 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 186, Folder 40

A. Hay and some Fahlström

Scope and Content Note

6 contact sheets by Moore.
Box 186, Folder 41

Fahlström, Oct 22 and 23 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

17 contact sheets.
Box 186, Folder 42

Oct 23 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

7 contact sheets by Moore and 5 by Elliott Londy.
Box 186, Folder 43

Fahlström, D. Hay and Rauschenberg, Oct 23 [1966]

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet by Moore.
Box 186, Folder 44

Performances taken from film

Scope and Content Note

30 4x5 negs.
Box 186, Folder 45

Klüver 9 Evenings talk, 1980-1991

Scope and Content Note

240 slides numbered and arranged for 3 slide carousels during the talk.
Box 187

"9 Evenings," 1967

Box 187, Folder 46

Meeting E.A.T. loft, Jan 31, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet by Moore.
Box 187, Folder 47

Contemporary Voices in the Arts (tour sponsored by the NY State Council on the Arts), 1967

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w.
Box 187, Folder 48

Homage to E.A.T. dinner, 92nd Street, YMHA, and invitation Feb 25, 1967,

Scope and Content Note

2 8x10 b/w. transparencies.
Box 187, Folder 49

Christie's auction of full scale model airplanes to benefit E.A.T., Jun 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w by Moore and 2 contact sheets.
Box 187, Folder 50

Automation House

Scope and Content Note

1 4x10 b/w.
Box 187, Folder 51

Press conference at Rauschenberg's loft to announce alliance of E.A.T. and Automation House, Oct 10, 1967

Scope and Content Note

7 8x10 b/w by Moore, 4 contact sheets and 3 b/w slides.
Box 187, Folder 52

Press conference at Rauschenberg's loft, Oct 19, 1967

Scope and Content Note

5 8x10 b/w by Richard Knapp/ Business Week and 6 contact sheets.
Box 187, Folder 53

Herwig Kogelnik Lecture on lasers and holography, Sep 24, 1967

Scope and Content Note

6 8x10 b/w by Moore, 3 contact sheets, 1 3x4 neg. and 1 b/w slide.
Box 187, Folder 54

Meeting at E.A.T. loft, Klüver speaking, Nov 9, 1967

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet by Miriam Bokser.
Box 187, Folder 55

E.A.T. staff at 9 East 16th St., 1968

Scope and Content Note

4 8x10 b/w.
Box 187, Folder 56-57

Marta Minujin moved to Series I

Box 187, Folder 58

Ted Wolff and Max Neuhaus, collaborators on Neuhaus' music project, photograph for E.A.T. News

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w.
Box 187, Folder 59

Quarry Lithographic Workshop, E.A.T. and Amalgamated Lithographers Union, Local 1, inauguration

Scope and Content Note

41 8x10 b/w.
Box 188

1967-1968

Box 188, Folder 60

Harry van Arsdale memorial dinner

Scope and Content Note

83 8x10 b/w.
Box 188, Folder 61

E.A.T. Local Groups, first meeting of the Northwest E.A.T. group, Seattle, called by William Zetter

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w by Ron Arnold.
Box 188, Folder 62

Francis Mason's party

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 188, Folder 63

Computer processed images, 1968

Scope and Content Note

17 color slides.
Box 188, Folder 64

Open House, E.A.T. loft, 9 East 16th Street, NY City, 1967-1968

Scope and Content Note

7 3x5 b/w and 1 3x5 color print.
Box 188, Folder 65

IEEE convention, Mar 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w, 1 contact strip by JHM photographs and 8 color and 1 b/w slides.
Box 188, Folder 66

Lecture-Demonstration Series, E.A.T. loft, Mar-May, 1968

Scope and Content Note

5 contact sheets (unknown), 8 8x10 b/w by Moore, 8 contact sheets, 1 8x10 b/w by Maurice Hogenboom and 1 b/w slide.
Box 188, Folder 67

Toronto lecture by Klüver

Scope and Content Note

7 8x10 b/w and 4 contact sheets.
Box 188, Folder 68

Simone Forti interview with Tracey Kinsel and John Anthes

Scope and Content Note

4 contact sheets.
Box 188, Folder 69

E.A.T. International Local Groups conference

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet.
Box 189

E.A.T. Competition and Some More Beginnings, 1968

Box 189, Folder 70

Photographs of works submitted by artists, Nov 1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 120 b/w and some color (mixed sizes) and 3 slides.
Box 190

E.A.T. Competition and Some More Beginnings, 1968

Box 190, Folder 71

Photographs of works submitted by artists, Nov 1968

Scope and Content Note

ca. 70 b/w and some color (mixed sizes).
Box 190, Folder 72

Photographs of works submitted by artists, Nov 1968

Scope and Content Note

100 color slides, 11 unmounted slides and 2 3x4 b/w.
Box 190, Folder 73

Keiji Usami, "Laser Beam Joint"

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w, 12 slides, 2 4x5 transparencies, 27 3x3 polaroids, 1 b/w neg. strip and 4 color transparency strips.
Box 191

E.A.T. Competition and Some More Beginnings, 1968

Box 191, Folder 74

Some More Beginnings, Brooklyn Museum, 1968

Scope and Content Note

30 3x5 polaroids of the installation and 80 color slides by Shunk-Kender of works and opening.
Box 191, Folder 75

The Machine Show, MOMA, 1968

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w, 7 contact sheets by Shunk-Kender, 10 3x5 polaroids and 10 slides.
Box 191, Folder 76

Awarding prizes in E.A.T. Competition to the engineers at MOMA and printing the catalog at Redmond Press

Scope and Content Note

2 contact sheets, 9 3x5 polaroids.
Box 191, Folder 77

"Fakir in 3/4 Time," Brooklyn, Shunk-Kender collage for Seagram Building proposal 1968,

Scope and Content Note

5 8x10 b/w and 3 3x5 polaroids.
Box 191, Folder 78

Some More Beginnings, opening and visitors, Nov 25, 1968

Scope and Content Note

13 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender and 8 contact sheets.
Box 191, Folder 79

E.A.T. publications

Scope and Content Note

2 8x10 b/w, 1 neg. strip, 1 color transparency and 4 b/w transparencies.
Box 192

1968-1969

Box 192, Folder 80

E.A.T. posters

Scope and Content Note

20 3x5 b/w prints and negs.
Box 192, Folder 81

Computer posters, 1968

Scope and Content Note

2 8x10 b/w.
Box 192, Folder 82

Intermedia '68, photographs of artists, 1968

Scope and Content Note

10 8x10 b/w by Moore, but not stamped.
Box 192, Folder 83

Rainforests

Scope and Content Note

4 8x10 b/w and 21 slides.
Box 192, Folder 84

Anand Project, Buffalo, 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 4x5 b/w neg. and 1 b/w slide.
Box 192, Folder 85

AAAS Meeting, Klüver talk, Dallas, Dec 1968

Scope and Content Note

20 3x5 polaroids.
Box 192, Folder 86

Northside Center

Scope and Content Note

140 slides.
Box 192, Folder 87

Northside Center

Scope and Content Note

127 slides.
Box 193

and Pavilion, 1969, 1968-1970

Box 193, Folder 88

Northside Center

Scope and Content Note

40 slides.
Box 193, Folder 89

Northside Center

Scope and Content Note

3 contact sheets and negs.
Box 193, Folder 90

Hexcel, Tom, Gormley piece, May 15, 1969

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w.
Box 193, Folder 90a

Buffalo Project-Anand Dairy, Dec 1969

Scope and Content Note

12 3x5 polaroids and 1 8x10 color print.
Box 193, Folder 91

Camera copy for Pavilion (moved to Series III)

Box 193, Folder 92

Brown E.A.T. envelope

Scope and Content Note

6 photostat prints of Tudor program.
Box 193, Folder 93

Pavilion photostats

Scope and Content Note

5 8x10 b/w and 4 neg. transparencies.
Box 193, Folder 94

Invitation to press reception and party at the Santa Ana model of mirror dome

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w.
Box 193, Folder 95

11 Color separations for book (moved to Series III)

Box 193, Folder 96

Model mirror dome in Santa Ana, construction 1969,

Scope and Content Note

22 8x10 b/w, 7 3x4 and 3x3 b/w, 1 8x10 neg. transparency and 119 slides.
Box 194

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Box 194, Folder 97

Model mirror dome, Santa Ana, first real images and press party 1969,

Scope and Content Note

131 slides.
Box 194, Folder 98

Camera copy Pavilion book, B. Rose article (moved to Series III)

Scope and Content Note

17 mixed size b/w.
Box 194, Folder 99

Pavilion, outside construction and finished with fog

Scope and Content Note

28 3x4 1/2 color prints by Nakaya and 1 color transparency.
Box 194, Folder 100

Pavilion press kit photographs (captioned)

Scope and Content Note

13 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 194, Folder 101

92 contact sheets by Shunk-Kender

Box 195

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Box 195, Folder 102

41 contact sheets by Shunk-Kender

Box 195, Folder 103

Pepsi press conference, Los Angeles, Sep 30, 1969

Scope and Content Note

27 8x10 b/w and 1 color slide.
Box 195, Folder 104

Model, early construction of mirror

Scope and Content Note

3 3x4 color, 8 3x3 color, 6 3x4 b/w and 49 color slides.
Box 195, Folder 105

Meeting of artists and engineers on project, E.A.T. office, Mar 22, 1969

Scope and Content Note

4 8x10 b/w and 6 contact sheets.
Box 195, Folder 106

First model, 1968

Scope and Content Note

8 8x10 b/w.
Box 196

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Box 196, Folder 107

Pepsi Pavilion, second model, 1969

Scope and Content Note

19 4x5 b/w, 10 8x10 b/w, 9 contact sheets, 6 color transparencies, 36 35mm negatives and 8 slides.
Box 196, Folder 108

U.S. Pavilion at Expo '70

Scope and Content Note

11 8x10 b/w and 2 3 1/2x6 b/w.
Box 196, Folder 109

Schjeldahl Company, photographs of mirror fabrication

Scope and Content Note

18 8x10 b/w.
Box 196, Folder 110

Suntrack

Scope and Content Note

25 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender, 1 contact sheet and 35mm negatives.
Box 196, Folder 111

Working outside

Scope and Content Note

19 8x10 b/w and 62 3x5 b/w prints by Shunk-Kender.
Box 197

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Box 197, Folder 112

Working inside

Scope and Content Note

54 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender and 5 color transparencies.
Box 197, Folder 113

Opening

Scope and Content Note

30 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 197, Folder 114

Staff relaxing

Scope and Content Note

40 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 198

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Box 198, Folder 115

Breer's floats

Scope and Content Note

18 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender, 6 3x5 color prints and 1 4x5 neg.
Box 198, Folder 116

Sound system

Scope and Content Note

26 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender, 2 3x5 b/w and 1 5x8 b/w.
Box 198, Folder 117

Fog on Pavilion and at MEE Industries, Pasadena, Calif

Scope and Content Note

12 8x10 b/w, 26 4x6 b/w prints, 5 3x4 b/w prints, 4 mixed sized, 5 3x5 color prints and 1 5x7 neg. transparency.
Box 199

Pavilion, 1968-1970

Box 199, Folder 118

Nakaya's photographs of Mirror, Aug 1970

Scope and Content Note

99 4x6 b/w, 6 contact sheets and 6 sets of 35mm negs.
Box 199, Folder 119

Inside, by Nakaya

Scope and Content Note

13 8x10 b/w, 5 8x10 diagrams, 15 4x6 b/w, 11 3x4 color prints and 1 contact sheet.
Box 199, Folder 120

Inside with emphasis on the floor

Scope and Content Note

11 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 199, Folder 121

Mirror with visitors

Scope and Content Note

26 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 200

Pavilion, 1968-1970, 1990

Box 200, Folder 122

Outside

Scope and Content Note

10 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 200, Folder 123

Clamroom

Scope and Content Note

8 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender and postcard.
Box 200, Folder 124

Portraits of finished Pavilion outside

Scope and Content Note

16 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender.
Box 200, Folder 125

Breer's drawing for Pavilion and slides of blackboard drawings

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w and 2 neg. transparencies.
Box 200, Folder 126

Model construction of mirror and exterior

Scope and Content Note

177 slides and 1 2x2 color transparency.
Box 200, Folder 127

Talk by Klüver, Queens Museum, Aug 12, 1990

Scope and Content Note

80 slides.
Box 201

Island Eye Island Ear, 1974-1979

Box 201, Folder 128

177 3x5 color slides

Box 202

Island Eye Island Ear, 1974-1979

Box 202, Folder 129

Boulder Island, Oct 3 1978

Scope and Content Note

192 3x5 prints.
Box 202, Folder 130

Bluff Island, Oct 1, 1978

Scope and Content Note

205 3x5 prints.
Box 203

Island Eye Island Ear, 1974-1979

Box 203, Folder 131

Bluff Island Nov 1, 1978

Scope and Content Note

171 3x5 prints.
Box 203, Folder 132

Yeo Island, St. Lawrence Seaway

Scope and Content Note

86 3x5 prints.
Box 203, Folder 133

Boulder Island

Scope and Content Note

68 prints.
Box 204

Island Eye Island Ear, 1974-1979

Scope and Content Note

Negs. for #s 132 and 133.
Box 205

Island Eye Island Ear, [ ] 1974-1979

Box 205, Folder 134

Yeo Island, Bluff Island Aug 1, 1978

Scope and Content Note

95 3x5 prints.
Box 205, Folder 135

Aerial search for new site Oct 2, 1978

Scope and Content Note

191 3x5 prints.
Box 206

Nakaya fog, [ ] 1980

Box 206, Folder 136-137

Tests at 69 Appletree Row with full scale model of Brooklyn Academy of Music stage to prepare for Nakaya sculpture for Trisha Brown performance of "Opal Loop"

Scope and Content Note

ca. 300 3x5 prints.
Box 207

Nakaya fog, [ ] 1980

Box 207, Folder 138

160 3x5 prints

Box 207, Folder 139

200 3x5 prints

Box 208

1970-1971

Box 208, Folder 140

City Agriculture

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet.
Box 208, Folder 141

E.A.T. Calif., USC conference and events, E.A.T. ART events, all labeled

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w, 2 3x5 color, 5 3x5 and 8 frames from contact sheet identified on back.
Box 208, Folder 142

E.A.T. staff, 235 Park Ave. South

Scope and Content Note

4 contact sheets by Shunk-Kender.
Box 208, Folder 143

Automation House, TV Studio control room, Taping dancers

Scope and Content Note

negs.
Box 208, Folder 144

Children and Communication

Scope and Content Note

22 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender and 5 slides.
Box 208, Folder 145

Children and Communication

Scope and Content Note

8 original drawings and some transmissions (moved to Series I).
Box 208, Folder 146

American Artists in India, 1970-1971

Scope and Content Note

36 color slides by Trisha Brown/Jed Bark, 40 color slides by Yvonne Rainer and 1 4x6 print.
Box 208, Folder 147

Work by Faiya sent by Jack Masey, February 1971

Scope and Content Note

22 slides.
Box 208, Folder 148

Artcash Benefit, 1971

Scope and Content Note

20 8x10 b/w by Shunk-Kender and 3 contact sheets.
Box 208, Folder 149

Artcash Benefit, Dec 1971

Scope and Content Note

3 contact sheets by Cosmos Savage, 1 contact sheet of installation of graphics at Automation House, 3 3x5 prints, 43 color slides of installation and negs.
Box 209

New York Collection for Stockholm, [ ] 1971-1973

Box 209, Folder 150

Color separation, Di Suvero "Blue Arch" for the New York Collection for Stockholm

Scope and Content Note

4 transparencies (moved to Series I).
Box 209, Folder 151

Installation

Scope and Content Note

3 color transparencies.
Box 209, Folder 152

Installation

Scope and Content Note

24 8x10 b/w.
Box 209, Folder 153

Notebook

Scope and Content Note

13 mixed size b/w and 3 clippings.
Box 209, Folder 154

Catalog, Oct 1972

Scope and Content Note

16 8x10 b/w, 1 8x10 color, 2 slides, 2 contact strips, 1 5x7 color transparency and 10 mixed sizes.
Box 209, Folder 155

Exhibition in New York and part at Rauschenberg's, Oct 1972

Scope and Content Note

9 8x10 b/w and 8 contact sheets by Kender, and 1 3x6 print Kender.
Box 210

New York Collection for Stockholm, [ ] 1971-1973

Box 210, Folder 156

Exhibition in New York and part at Rauschenberg's, by Jean Kender Oct 1972,

Scope and Content Note

54 color slides of installation of works at 420 West Broadway and 87 color slides of dinner at Rauschenberg's.
Box 210, Folder 157

Meeting of Princess Christina and Sue Erpf at the Zabriskie Gallery

Scope and Content Note

2 8x10 b/w, 2 contact sheets Business Week.
Box 210, Folder 158

Artists who appeared on cable TV, 1973

Scope and Content Note

2 contact sheets.
Box 210, Folder 159

Portfolio brochure, Fall 1973

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w, 34 5x7 prints, 6 contact sheets and 200 negs.
Box 210, Folder 160

Press conference, Oct 16, 1973

Scope and Content Note

2 4x6 prints.
Box 210, Folder 161

Exhibition of portfolio prints at Castelli Graphics, Sep 1973

Scope and Content Note

23 color slides.
Box 210, Folder 162

At the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Oct 27, 1973

Scope and Content Note

11 8x10 b/w and 1 contact sheet.
Box 211

New York Collection for Stockholm and Pompidou, 1973

Box 211, Folder 163

Oct 25-29, 1973

Scope and Content Note

11 contact sheets by Hasse Persson.
Box 211, Folder 164

Oct 27, 1973

Scope and Content Note

46 8x10 b/w by Hasse Persson.
Box 211, Folder 165

Oct 1973

Scope and Content Note

3 8x10 b/w.
Box 211, Folder 166

Opening at Moderna Museet, Oct 27, 1973

Scope and Content Note

104 3x5 b/w.
Box 211, Folder 167

Centre Georges Pompidou construction

Scope and Content Note

3 color slides.
Box 212

Artists for New York Benefit and Nakaya fog, 1979-1980

Box 212, Folder 168

Evening at Xenon, Feb 26, 1979

Scope and Content Note

5 contact sheets, Shunk.
Box 212, Folder 169

Rosenquist poster, printing at Tandem Press, February 13 and 16, 1979

Scope and Content Note

44 slides by Shunk.
Box 212, Folder 170

Rosenquist poster, printing at Tandem Press, Feb 13, 1979

Scope and Content Note

2 8x10 b/w by Shunk and 6 contact sheets.
Box 212, Folder 171

Tudor laser show at Artists for New York Benefit at Xenon

Scope and Content Note

65 color slides.
Box 212, Folder 172

Working on Name curtain by Mimi Gross, Feb 25, 1979

Scope and Content Note

18 slides.
Box 212, Folder 173

Rosenquist poster, printing at Tandem Press, Feb 1979

Scope and Content Note

4 8x10 b/w by Ralph Lyman.
Box 212, Folder 174

Rosenquist poster, printing at Tandem Press, by Meg Bird Feb 16, 1979,

Scope and Content Note

1 contact sheet and 36 negs.
Box 212, Folder 175

Artists for New York Benefit

Scope and Content Note

1 8x10 b/w by Alex Kayser and 11 3x5 color prints.
Box 212, Folder 176

Artists for New York Benefit

Scope and Content Note

2 contact sheets by John Bardazzi.
Box 212, Folder 177

Nakaya fog installation at Crosby Street, for TBC, 1980

Scope and Content Note

22 slides.
Box 213-216

Miscellanous photographic prints, 1974-1981

Scope and Content Note

Island Eye Island Ear, fog experiments, events, travels and personal.
Ca. 1600 mostly 3x5 color prints, arranged chronologically.
Box 217-218

Miscellaneous negatives, 1974-1981

Scope and Content Note

Negs. from Boxes 213-216.
Box 219

Oversize "9 Evenings" and Island Eye Island Ear, undated, 1966, 1974-1979

 

Series VII. Audio tapes, 1966-1993

Physical Description: ca. 8.5 lin. ft. 13 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Series VII contains 107 reel-to-reel and 138 cassette tapes arranged in rough chronological order. Events recorded include "9 Evenings" sounds used in the performances, recordings of some performances (copies of Tudor and Cage) and interviews with engineers and artists; Pavilion sounds used as input material for the sound system, Tudor's first 4-track recording of works made for the Pavilion, interviews with participants and meetings; E.A.T. lecture-demonstration series; meetings, interviews and material from other E.A.T. projects; and Klüver lectures and talks.
Missing lecture tapes: 155. Apr 2, 1980 156. Jun 20, 1976, Paris 157. 9 Evenings speech draft Jan 13, 1980 158. 9 Evenings at the Kitchen Jan 30, 1980
Originals housed in boxes 220-232. Reformatted copies are described below with the originals, but shelved elsewhere. E.A.T. staff numbered the audio tapes and copied many of the 7 in. reel-to-reel tapes onto cassettes (see below the reel-to-reel tapes). Timings provided by the reformatter.
Digitized reel-to-reel tapes are available online . Access is available to on-site readers and Getty staff.
 

"9 Evenings," Reel-to-reel tapes, 1966

Reel R1

Alfons Schilling, Hay and Whitman interviews

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (30 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Begins with Alfons Schilling and Whitman on telephone. Whitman's end disappears. Deborah Hay and Schilling. Label on reel: "reject, Debby"; label on box: "9 eves, Begins w Schilling & Whitman on telephone..." [See also C1]
1 sound tape reel (30 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (30 min., 30 sec.) Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (30 min., 30 sec.) Use copy.
Reel R2

Material for Schilling film on 9 Evenings, 1 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (23 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
labels on reel: "no. 1" and "transferred JS NE 1 2-21-67" and "re-transferred 3-7-67 JS." Label on box: "Material for A. Schilling film on 9 eves..." [See also C2]
1 sound tape reel (23 min.): analog ; 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (23 min.): digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (23 min.): digital. Use copy.
Reel R3

Material for Schilling film on 9 Evenings, 2 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (25 min.): analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. N.B., recorded on Side 1 only, right track.
Labels on reel: "no. 2" and "transferred JS NE 2 2-21-67" and "re-transferred 3-7-67." Label on box: "Material for A. Schilling film on 9 eves...." [See also C3]
1 sound tape reel (25 min.): analog, mono. ; 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (25 min.): digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (25 min.): digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R4

Material for Schilling film on 9 Evenings, 3 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (35 min., 36 sec.): analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Side 1: no label; Side 2: "No. 3" and "Transferred JS NE 3 2-21-67." On box: "Clean" and "3 of 3." [See also C4]
1 sound reel (35 min., 36 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 71/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (35 min., 36 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (35 min., 36 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R5

Material for Schilling film on 9 Evenings, 4 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (28 min.): analog ; 7 in. Original.
Labels on reel: "no. 4" and "transferred JS NE 2 2-21-67" and "re-transferred 3-7-67 JS." Label on box: "Material for A. Schilling film on 9 eves...." [See also C5]
1 sound tape reel (28 min.): analog ; 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (28 min.): digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (28 min.): digital. Use copy.
Reel R6

Alex Hay interview with Schilling

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (44 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: " Alex out, good tape" On box: "Alex Hay." [See also C6]
1 sound tape reel (44 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (44 min.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (44 min.) : digial. Use copy.
Reel R7

Alex Hay sound from performance

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (10 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "No 14 Alex Hay"; on box: "Alex Hay, Clean, Schilling." [See also C7]
1 sound tape reel (10 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (10 min.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (10 min.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R8

Interview with Steve Paxton 1971 Nov 15

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 2 min., 18 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "1 3/4 speed interview w/ Steve Paxton 11-5-71." [See also C8]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (2 hr., 2 min., 18 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs (CDs) (2 hr., 2 min., 18 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs (CDs) (2 hr., 2 min., 18 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R9

Steve Paxton: Greta Garbo, Debbie Drake, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (3 hr., 9 min., 59 sec.): analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "CH 1 Greta Garbo CH 2 Debby Drake 3 3/4 PAXTON." [See also C9]
3 sound tape reels of 3 (3 hr., 9 min., 59 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) (3 hr., 9 min., 59 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) (3 hr., 9 min., 59 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R10

Strange Wills, radio program, Steve Paxton, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 26 min., 38 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Paxton 7 1.2 Mono Strange Wills Episode 59 part 1 Episode 60 part 1." [See also C10]
1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 26 min., 38 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (2 hr., 26 min., 38 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (2 hr., 26 min., 38 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R11

Steve Paxton short sound: program on Native American field hockey, undated, 1966?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 min., 18 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Written on post-it note in box: "Paxton sound 9 eves beginning most reel empty."
1 sound tape reel (2 min., 18 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (2 min., 18 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (2 min., 18 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R12

Loop tapes: "The Avengers (radio drama) / Tschudin, Electric Raga in E, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (1 hr., 3 min., 49 sec.) : analog, mono. 7 in. Original.
Cardboard and plastic 3-D glasses included. Label on side 1: "No. 11 Fahlström." Written on box: "2 Electric Raga in E 111," and "12." [See also C12]
1 sound tape reel (1 hr., 3 min., 49 sec.) : analog, mono. 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (1 hr., 3 min., 49 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (1 hr., 3 min., 49 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R13

Steve Paxton: Stop Smoking, Isometric Exercising, John Glenn, 1966 Sep 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (1 hr., 35 min., 39 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Paxton Stop Smoking Isometrics John Glenn," and "Sept 8, 1966 1. Stop Smoking side 1 + 2 2. Isometric Exercising side 1 + 2 3. John Glenn side 1 + 2." [See also C13]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (1 hr., 35 min., 39 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (1 hr., 35 min., 39 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (1 hr., 35 min., 39 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R14

Funakakushi-1 and interview [with Toshi Ichiyanagi?], originally recorded labelled 1963 Mar 6, 1966 Sep 20

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (18 min., 30 sec.) : mono and stereo, analog ; 7 in. Original.
Funakakushi-1 (stereo, 13 min.), interview in Japanese (mono, 4 min.). Label on reel: "transferred NE4, JS, 2-21-67" and label on box: "Funakakush-1, Toshi Ichiyanagi,... 9/20/66." [See also C14?]
1 sound tape reel (18 min., 30 sec.) : mono and stereo, analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (18 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (18 min., 30 sec.) : digial. Use copy.
Reel R15

David Tudor "Bandoneon" [sic]

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. 7 in. Original.
Labelled on box: "Cut 1-Bandoneon, Cut 2- Bandoneon, Cut 3- Bandoneon, Tudor, Schilling." Label on edge of box: "David Tudor, 9 eves, 1966." Tape actually contains sound track recording of a show called "Nurses" - nothing to do with 9 evenings, etc. Not reformatted.
Reel R17

Voice of America French service on 9 evenings, with Öyvind Fahlström interview

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (8 min., 43 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 3/4 ips, 5 in. Original.
Label on reel: "Armory show." Label on box: "Reportage in French on 'Theatre and engineering' including interview with Oyvino Fahlström. . . ." Note in box: "Interview in French with Fahlström." [See also C17]
1 sound tape reel (8 min., 43 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (8 min., 43 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (8 min., 43 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R18

Beethoven Tape record #4

Scope and Content Note

Label on reel: "IV Beeth." Label on box: "Tape rec. #4 (Beethoven)...."
1 sound tape reel (5 min., 34 sec) : analog, mono. ; 5 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (5 min., 34 sec) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (5 min., 34 sec) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (5 min., 34 sec) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R19

Interviews with Öyvind Fahlström (21 min.) and Yvonne Rainer (19 min.)

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (40 min): analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "reject Öyvind, bad tape...." Label on box: "93: interview with Yvonne R., Öyvind F...." [See also C26a?]
1 sound tape reel (40 min): analog, mono. ; 7 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (40 min): digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (40 min): digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R20

Fahlström call to Shanghai for 9 Evenings

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (8 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Extremely poor sound, could not be improved in reformatting. Label on reel: "Shanghai." Label on box: "Fahlström call to Shanghai for 9E." [See also C20-C22]
1 sound tape reel (8 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (8 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (8 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R21

Fine and You?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (12 min., 38 sec.) : analog, stereo ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Original.
Contains 2 recordings of "Fine and you?" - each 6 min., 19 sec. Label on box: "7 1/2 ips stereo...13 min, side A only." On leader: "Fine - and you? (2 copies)." [See also C20-C22]
1 sound tape reel (12 min., 38 sec.) : analog, stereo ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (12 min., 38 sec.) : digital, stereo. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (12 min., 38 sec.) : digital, stereo. Use copy.
Reel R22

Fahlström piece

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (33 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "Out, Brando, 9 evenings." Label on box: "Fahlström piece." Recording (on Side 1 only) of sound from a movie on TV. Does not pertain to Fahlström piece. Not reformatted.
Reel R23

Öyvind Fahlström: short piece of speech, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (54 min., 25 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 5/16 ips, 7 in. Original.
Written on box: "Mono 1 5/16 ips Side A only." [See also C23]
1 sound tape reel (54 min., 25 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (54 min., 25 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (54 min., 25 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R24

Öyvind Fahlström #1

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Labels on reel: "Tails out," and "Tape 12.25 Fahlström." Label on box: "Öyvind Fahlström. . .Schilling." No notes from reformatter.
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R25

Öyvind Fahlström #2 [sic]

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (ca. 2 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "No. 12 Fahlström." Label on box: "Fahlström...Öyvind, A) B axton...B) Ch. George...C) ...Schilling." Label on edge of box: "Öyvind Fahlström #2, 9 eves 1966." Contains voice tests (1 1/2 min.), someone dictating a letter (30 sec.) and silence. Not reformatted.
Reel R26

Öyvind Fahlström #3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (32 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "No. 15 Fahlström." On box: "Öyvind, ... Schilling." On edge of box: Öyvind Fahlström #3, 9 eves 1966."
1 sound tape reel (32 min.) : analog, mono. ; 71/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R27

Bob Whitman interviewed by Simone (Whitman) Forti about 9 evenings, Mar 27, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (42 min.) : analog, mono ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "9 evenings, 1966" and "Bob Whitman interviewed by Simone (Whitman) Forti." On box: "3/27/66, interview Bob Whitman, 9 evenings T & E, by Simone Forti." On edge of box: "Interview with B. Whitman 3/27/66." [See also C27]
1 sound tape reel (42 min.) : analog, mono ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (42 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (42 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R28

Simone Whitman interview fragments, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (28 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Right track contains fragments of Simone Whitman (Forti) interviews. Left track contains 2 min. of children playing, then short cut of a beginning segment from the right track. Remainder of left track is blank. Varying sound quality.
Label on reel: "Fragments from interviews Simone Whitman." On edge of box: "S. Whitman - Interview fragments 1966."
Includes 3 pages of manuscript notes. [See also C28]
1 sound tape reel (28 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (28 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (28 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R29

Robert Whitman, 9 evenings, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (32 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "No. 2 Whitman." On box: "Whitman, no good,...sound from Whitman,...Schilling." On edge of box: "R. Whitman - 9 eves 1966." [See also C29]
1 sound tape reel (32 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R30

Lucinda Childs, 9 evenings, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (11 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Side 1: Sonar Movement Sound; Side 2: poorly recorded radio show, not related to Childs -Station KEA 860. Only side 1 reformatted. Label on box: "Lucinda Childs, 245 Church street, N.Y. 10013..." On edge of box: "Lucinda Childs 9 eves 1966." Includes 2 pp. manuscript notes. [See also C30]
1 sound tape reel (11 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (11 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (11 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R31

Lucinda Child's first performance, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (18 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "No. 2 Lucinda Childs." On box: "Lucinda Childs, 1st performance...Schilling." On edge of box: "Lucinda Childs, 9 eves 1966." [See also C31]
1 sound tape reel (18 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (18 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (18 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R32

18 Names - from Rauschenberg's opening scene

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Tape contains only 30 sec. of sound - 18 artists say "I am..." and then their names. Label on box: "A few names." On edge of box: "From Rauschenberg's opening scene? 18 names...." Not reformatted. [See C32]
Reel R38

L.J. Robinson interview, 1966 Sep 14

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (53 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "Backwards!" and "Robinson 9-14-66." [See also C38]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (53 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (53 min.) : analog, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (53 min.) : analog, mono. Use copy.
 

Pepsi Pavilion, other projects, meetings, and symposia, (Reel-to-reel tapes) 1967-1970

Reel R48

David Tudor sounds for Pepsi Pavilion, some voices, wind sounds, ca. 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog. Original. Not reformatted.
Reel R49

Bob Breer, 1967 Mar 3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Tape recorded on 1 side only and so low in volume, reformatter could not save. Label on box: "Bob Breer 3/3/67."Not reformatted.
Reel R50

Pepsi-Cola Co. presents "The Route Salesman's Job"

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (10 min., plus) : analog, mono. 7 in. Original
Sound track for a slide show. The "clicks" on the sound track are for the slide projectionist to change to the next slide. This runs for 10 minutes. This is followed by music tracks from the slide show tape.
1 sound tape reel (10 min., plus) : analog, mono. 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (10 min., plus) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (10 min., plus) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R51

David Tudor Pavilion

Scope and Content Note

Tape missing (not received from E.AT.). Not reformatted.
Reel R57

Biologics, 1993?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (22 minutes) : analog, mono ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "abt. 1 min. at begin of 'Biologics.'" Label on box back: "Biologics, 12/93, empty tape." Label on box spine: "Biologics."
1 sound tape reel (22 minutes) : analog, mono ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (22 minutes) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (22 minutes) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R59

Pauline Oliveros, Lynn Lonidier interview reel no. 1, 1968 Jul 18

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (30 min., 49 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 5 in. Original. [See also C59 (?)]
1 sound tape reel (30 min., 49 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (30 min., 49 sec.) : digital, moni. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (30 min., 49 sec.) : digital, moni. Use copy.
Reel R66

Nilo Lundgren interview with Larry Owens #2, 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. Original.
[Masters and use copy made from cassettes, C65-C66, Feb 1998. Reel-to-reel tape not reformatted.]
Reel R72

Nilo Lundgren interview with Billy Klüver 1970 Jan 8

Scope and Content Note

2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original
[Masters and use copy made from cassette original Feb 1998. See C72. Reel-to-reel tapes not reformatted.]
Reel R78

Homage to E.A.T., Fred, Robby, Billy dinner at the YMHA, 1967 Feb 18

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (ca. 2 hr., 16 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [Recorded on Side 1 only.][See also C78]
4 sound tape reels of 4 (ca. 2 hr., 16 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CD) (ca. 2 hr., 16 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CD) (ca. 2 hr., 16 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R79

WBAI talk, first version 1967 Jun 28

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (50 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [See also C79]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (50 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (50 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (50 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R80

Francis Mason interview, Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C., 1968 May 13

Scope and Content Note

Label on box: "Voice of America...Intv. Francis Mason, President, Experiments in Art & Technology...Corcoran Gallery - May 13, 1968."
1 sound tape reel (8 min., 55 sec.) : analog, mono. : 7 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (8 min., 55 sec.) : analog, mono. : 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (8 min., 55 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (8 min., 55 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R81

Art and Technology Symposium, Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C., #1 1968 May 13

Scope and Content Note

Label on box: "Voice of America...Symposium: Art and Technology, Corcoran Gallery, May 13, 1968, Reel 1."
1 sound tape reel (32 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (32 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R82

Art and Tech Symposium, Corcoran #2 May 13, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Label on box: "Voice of America...Symposium: Art and Technology, Corcoran Gallery, May 13, 1968, Reel 2."
1 sound tape reel (34 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (34 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (34 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (34 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R83

Art and Tech Symposium, Corcoran #3 May 13, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Label on box: "Voice of America...Symposium: Art and Technology, Corcoran Gallery, May 13, 1968, Reel 3."
1 sound tape reel (13 min., 20 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (13 min., 20 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (13 min., 20 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (13 min., 20 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R84

Discussion: artist project involving ring counter and voice-activated mike, Claudio Badal, W.G. Leeman, Bob Allerot, Tony Tedona

Scope and Content Note

Label on box back: "Cladio - Newsletter info, W.G. Leeman, Bob Allerot, Tony Tedona..." On box spine: "Disc artist project, ring counter, voice activated mike." Side 1 only.
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R85

Shaker Village / Jerry Marks interview, 1965

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 35 min., 45 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original
Label on box back: "Shaker Village Work Group, Shaker Service 1965..." On box spine: "Shaker Village." Inserted card has pencil notes: "printed circuits, chemistry of ink,..."
First few minutes are an explanation of the silk screen process. The second part is of the Shaker Village Group performing. Final parts are of the Shaker Service. Volume flux throughout on original and reformatted versions. Chief recording engineers: Mark Sandler and Rick Abrams, S.V.W.G.; Jerry Marks interview. [See also C85 for Marks interview]
4 sound tape reels of 4 (2 hr., 35 min., 45 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master
3 sound disc of 3 (2 hr., 35 min., 45 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
3 sound disc of 3 (2 hr., 35 min., 45 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R86

Interview between Tracy Kinsel, engineer, and John Anthes, artist, who collaborated on an E.A.T. project

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (21 min., 39 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Recording of a telephone call from New York City to Providence, R.I. Interview for E.A.T. News. Label on box: "Tracy Kinsel, John Anthes, E.A.T." [See also C86]
1 sound tape reel (21 min., 39 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (21 min., 39 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (21 min., 39 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R87

E.A.T. Local group conference #1, 1968 Jun 22

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: Reel No.1, EAT Local Group conf., 6/22, 1968." [See also C87]
7 sound tape reels of 7 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
7 sound discs of 7 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
7 sound discs of 7 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R88

E.A.T. Local Group conference #2, 1968 Jun 22-23

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: Reel no. 2, EAT Local Group conf., 6/22, 6/23, 1968." [See also C88]
5 sound tape reels of 5 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
5 sound discs of 5 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
5 sound discs of 5 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R89

E.A.T. Local Group conference #3, 1968 Jun 24

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Reel no. 3, EAT Local Group conf., 6/24, 1968." [See also C89]
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R90

AAAS meeting Dallas, Tx #1, 1968 Dec 26-31

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; variable speed, 7 in. Original.
Label reel: "Side 1, reel 1, Klüver, Garmire, Whitman, Nolan." Label on reel: "Side 2, reel 1, Kepes, Panel disc, ?s frm floor." Label on box: "AAAS meeting from E.A.T. Reel 1, Dec 26-31, 1968, Dallas." [See also C90]
4 sound reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R91

AAAS meeting Dallas, Tx #2, 1968 Dec 26-31

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "AAAS meeting from E.A.T. reel 2, Dec. 26-31, 1968, Dallas." Reel is incomplete, sound ends abruptly on side 1. [See also C91]
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R92

Alvin Lucier - demonstration tape for his E.A.T. program proposal for Expo '70

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, stereo ; 7 in. Original.
Part 1: Speech Recycling, Reinforcement of Resonant Frequencies. Electronic Studio Room, Brandeis University. Part 2: Acoustic orientation by means of echo - location. Four performers with sondols. Rose Art Museum, Brandeis. Recorded with environears binaural system.
1 sound tape reel : analog, stereo ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, stereo. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, stereo. Use copy.
Reel R93

Executive meeting, #1, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (ca. 32 mins.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [See also C93]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (ca. 32 min.) : analog, 7 /12 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (ca. 32 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (ca. 32 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R94

Executive meeting, #2, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (side 1: 2 hr, 5 min., side 2: 56 min., 37 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [See also C94]
3 sound tape reels of 3 (3 hr., 1 min., 37 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 /12 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) (3 hr., 1 min., 37 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) (3 hr., 1 min., 37 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R95

Executive meeting, #3, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (side 1: 2 hrs., 5 min., side 2: 1 hr. 59 min., 34 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [See also C95]
4 sound tape reels of 4 (4 hr., 4 min., 34 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) (4 hr., 4 min., 34 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) (4 hr., 4 min., 34 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R96

Executive meeting, #4, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (1 hr., 2 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [See also C96]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (1 hr., 2 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CD) (1 hr., 2 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CD) (1 hr., 2 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R97

Meeting for history #1

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 2 min.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original. [See also C97]
4 sound tape reels of 4 (ca. 2 hr., 2 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) (ca. 2 hr., 2 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
4 sound discs of 4 (CDs) (ca. 2 hr., 2 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R98

Meeting for history #2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (26 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original. [See also C98]
1 sound tape reel (26 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (26 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (26 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R99

Solomon

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (31 min., 49 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7/12 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Solomon,...In my greed for fame I forgot my God..."
1 sound tape reel (31 min., 49 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7/12 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (31 min., 49 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (31 min., 49 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R100

Voices of East Harlem / Öyvind Fahlström, Den Helige Torsten Nilsson, 1993 Dec

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (48 min., 38 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Side 1: no label, Side 2: "SLUTLAPP RUbrik: (enl. Protokoll) DEL 4..." Label on box: "Voices of East Harlem," and "12/93: no cassette copy made." [Note: information in title from reformatter.]
1 sound tape reel (48 min., 38 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (48 min., 38 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (48 min., 38 sec.) : digital, mono.
Reel R101

Making a film

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel [missing].
Reel R102

Electric Raga in D, Tschudin 1971 Nov 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 6 min., 4 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Written on box: "Electric Raga in D [illegible] good," and "12/93: no cassette copy made."
3 sound tape reels of 3 (2 hr., 6 min., 4 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) (2 hr., 6 min., 4 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) (2 hr., 6 min., 4 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R103

Train to Calcutta, part 1, 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (32 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Part 1 - Train to Calcutta." Sound track for film or video? Professional quality.
1 sound tape reel (32 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R104

Train to Calcutta, part 2, 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (27 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 71/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Part II - Train to Calcutta." Sound track for film or video? Professional quality.
1 sound tape reel (27 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 71/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (27 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R105

Continuous train, 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (16 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on reel and box: "Continuous train." Tape sounds as though it consists of copied portions of tapes R103 and R104.
1 sound tape reel (16 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (16 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (16 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R106

Chandralekha, 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (20 min. 30 sec.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Chandra copy...."
1 sound tape reel (20 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (20 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (20 min., 30 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R107

Ahmedabad birds, 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (1 hr.) : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on reel and box: "Ahmedabad birds..."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (1 hr.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (1 hr.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (1 hr.) : digital, mono. Use copy
Reel R108

Ahmedabad, 1970 Nov

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (54 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on reel and box: "Ahmedabad...Nov. 1970." Includes 1 p. typed letter from National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, Inda, with 1 p. list of tape contents.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (54 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (54 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (54 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R109

New York Collection for Stockholm: George Segal talking about Marcel Duchamp's "Etant Donné"

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog. Original. [missing]
Made into a record for New York Collection for Stockholm Portfolio. [Reel-to-reel tape is missing, i.e. not received from E.A.T.; see Box 79 for phonograph record.]
Reel R145

Öyvind Fahlström, sounds for his film, Kisses Sweeter Than Wine, 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (49 min., 39 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Labels on box: "EAT ART Öyvind Fahlström Collage tape with Swedish, English material from films, radio, plays, etc. Ref # 145." "DAT: 14/9 - 66.Ö.F.Film - New York." [See also C145]
1 sound tape reel (49 min., 39 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (49 min., 39 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (49 min., 39 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
 

Klüver Talks and Lecture-Demonstration Series, (Reel-to-reel tapes) ca. 1967-1968

Reel R146

Klüver talk, "Interface: Artists/Engineers," presented at MIT, 1967 Apr 21

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (4 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (4 min.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (4 min.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (4 min.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R147

Klüver talk, Toronto, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Klüver talk at Toronto 1968, 147." Labels on reel: "Klüver #3 / Rub affairs" and "MASTER." [See also C147-C149]
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R148

Klüver talk, Toronto, dub for Sherman #1 1968,

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on reel: "Klüver #1: dub for Sherman / no. 1693." Label on box: "Klüver dub for Sherman Toton 1968 #1." [See also C147-C149]
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R149

Klüver talk, Toronto, (Dub #2 for Sherman) 1968,

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (32 min., 45 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Klüver for Sherman Toronto 1968." Written on box: "Toronto 1968 BK [illegible] sounds systems, Good." [See also C147-C149]
1 sound tape reel (32 min., 45 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min., 45 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (32 min., 45 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R150

Klüver talk at color convention, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (1 hr., 7 min., 45 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (1 hr., 7 min., 45 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sounds discs of 2 (CDs) (1 hr., 7 min., 45 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sounds discs of 2 (CDs) (1 hr., 7 min., 45 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R159

Ken Knowlton, 1968

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Transcribed 1968 Apr 14.
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R160

Dr. Seymour Papert, Computer Language Apr 1 [1968?]

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 2 min., 59 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Written on box: "Property E.A.T. Dr. Seymour Papert, April 1st Computer Language."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (2 hr., 2 min., 59 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (2 hr., 2 min., 59 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (2 hr., 2 min., 69 sec.) : digital, mono.
Reel R161

Dr. J.W. Sellers, Dissolving papers, lecture, 1968 Feb 26

Scope and Content Note

Transcribed 1968 Mar 28. Label on box: Dr. J.W. Sellers, Dissolving Papers." and "Dr. Sellers, Property E.A.T., Tape of lecture given 2-26-68."
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R162

Stan Vanderbeek talk, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (2 hr., 18 min.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
"Transcribed Mar 12. Duplicate."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (2 hr., 18 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (2 hr., 18 min.) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (2 hr., 18 min.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel R163

Frank Winslow, Plastics #1 of 2, 1968 Feb 11

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (65 min., 21 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Written on box: "2-11-68 Frank Winslow - Plastics #1 of 2 Transcribed - E.A.T. - 3/4/68." Label on box: "S. Winslow - 1."
1 sound tape reel (65 min., 21 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (65 min., 21 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (65 min., 21 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R164

Frank Winslow, Plastics #2, 1968 Feb 11

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "2-11-68, Frank Winslow, Plastics #2 of 2, Transcribed E.A.T. 3-5-68, Completed 3/6." Label on box spine: "S. Winslow - 2." [See also R163]
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master. 2 reels??
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R165

Martha Turi #1, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Transcribed 1968 Mar 19. Label on box: "165, #1 Martha Turi." Tape also includes voice of Rudy Marshall, producer of acrylics.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R166

Norman Nelson, Union Camp Co. 1968 Feb 27

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (72 min., 36 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original
Written on box: "Property of E.A.T. 1 of 1 Norman Nelson Union Comp. Co. - given 2-27 Transcribed 4-2-68 Sent to Speaker."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (72 min., 36 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (72 min., 36 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (72 min., 36 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R167

Dr. P. Bruins #1, Plastics-casting, molding and controls, held at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1968 Feb 15

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Label on box: "Property of E.A.T., #1 of 2, plastics, Dr. P. Bruins..."
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R168

Dr. Bruins, Plastics-casting, molding and controls, held at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, #2 of 2, 1968 Feb 15

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (44 min., 13 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (44 min., 13 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (44 min., 13 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (44 min., 13 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R169

Herbert Bonhert (IBM), Computer poetry, [1968?] Mar 31

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
5 sound tape reels of 5 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R170

Ron Baeker, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Labels on box: "Baeker" and "Ron Baecker, 1 1/2." Baeker shows a film for 12 min. and soundtrack can be heard in the distance.
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival masters.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R171

Leon Harmon, Computer generated images, 1968 Mar 3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (107 min., 22 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 7 in. Original.
Written on box: "Transcribed - 4.9.68 Property E.A.T. Leon Harmon - still images sent to speaker published."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (107 min., 22 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (107 min., 22 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (107 min., 22 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R172

Lou Kellem, TV Equipment and Capabilities, [1968] Feb 18

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (61 min., 13 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 3 3/4 ips, 7 in. Original.
Written on box: "Lou Kellem T.V. Equipment + Capabilities 2-18 Transcribed Property Experiments in Art and Technology 3-29."
1 sound tape reel (61 min., 13 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (61 min., 13 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (61 min., 13 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R173

Bennett talk, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (83 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (83 min., 30 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (83 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (83 min., 30 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R174

Evans talk, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (81 min., 42 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (81 min., 42 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (81 min., 42 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (81 min., 42 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R175

Benson, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 5 in. Original.
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival masters.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R176

Seeley #1, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R177

Letvin #1, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R177a

Seeley #2, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R178

Towndorf, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CD) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R179

Harris, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R180

Hunter, 1986?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R181

Letvin #1, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog. Original.
Not reformatted. [See R177?]
Reel R182

Letvin #2, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital, mono.
Reel R183

Robert Anderson, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R184

R. Feller, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R185

Kogelnik, 1968?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital, mono. Use copy.
 

Klüver Talks and lecture-demonstration series (reel-to-reel tapes), ca. 1966-1971

Reel R186

John Krauskopf talk #1, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (65 min., 55 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (65 min., 55 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (65 min., 55 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (65 min., 55 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R187

John Krauskopf talk #2, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (62 min., 36 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 1 7/8 ips, 5 in. Original.
1 sound tape reel (62 min., 36 sec.) : analog, mono. ; 7 1/2 ips, 5 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (62 min., 36 sec.) : digital, mono. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (62 min., 36 sec.) : digital, mono. Use copy.
Reel R188

E.A.T. meeting / E.A.T. history, 1966 Nov 30

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (111 min., 28 sec.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (111 min., 28 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (111 min., 28 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (111 min., 28 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Reel RU01

E.A.T. history / Unidentified talk on acrylics, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound tape reel (45 min., 55 sec.) : analog ; 7 in. Original.
Track 1: Narration about EAT with music (11:52); Track 2: Unidentified talk on acrylics (34:03). Original tape unnumbered.
1 sound tape reel (45 min., 55 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, 7 in. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (45 min., 55 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (45 min., 55 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
 

Sound cassettes, ca. 1967-1971

Scope and Content Note

Cassettes are original recordings and copies of the 7 in. reel-to-reel recordings. Cassettes were numbered by E.A.T., and some cassettes hold multiple recordings. Tapes record materials relating to 9 Evenings, Pepsi Pavilion, other projects, meetings, lectures, symposia.
Reformatted versions are described below the originals, but are shelved separately.
 

9 Evenings

Cassette C1 & C6

Alfons Schilling, Hay and Whitman interviews

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette of 1. Original.
Side A: Alex Hay interview with Alfons Schilling [See also R6]. Side B: Schilling and Whitman interview on telephone [See also R1].
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 /12 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C2-C4

Material for Schilling film on 9 Evenings

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Schilling JSNE3 and JSEN2 [See also R4, R3]. Side B: Schilling JSNE1 [See also R2].
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7/12 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C5 & C29

Material for Schilling film on 9 Evenings and R. Whitman

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Whitman: 2 holes of water [See also R29]. Side B: Interviews / Schilling sound [See also R5].
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C7 & C30

Alex Hay; Lucinda Childs

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Lucinda Childs sound [See also R30]. Side B: Alex Hay performance (C7; see R7). .
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C8 & C9

Interview with Steve Paxton, ; Greta Garbo, Debbie Drake, 15 Nov 1971 n.d

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: no label, Side B: no label. On insert: EAT Paxton Sound Loop tapes Ref 8 and 9 [See also R8 and R9]
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C10 & C13

Steve Paxton sound from 9 evenings, undated, 1966 Sep 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Paxton Strange Wills [See also R10]. Side B: Stop smoking, Isometrics, John Glenn [See also R13].
4 sound tape reels of 4 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C12

Steve Paxton 9 evenings loop tapes

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Paxton 9 evenings loop tapes. Side B: Loop tapes cont. [See below cassette tape and R12].
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C12 & C20-C22

Fahlström 9 evenings

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Fahlström #12 tape cont. [C12, cont.; see above cassette and R12]. Side B: Shanghai, Fine and You, Brando [See also R20, R21, R22].
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 /12 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C15? & C16?

David Tudor "Bandoneon," Fahlström interview two years later (#16), shortsound 15-16 and loop tapes

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Cassette C15 & C37

David Tudor "Bandoneon" and John Cage: Variations VII, part III (#37)

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: Tudor - Bandoneon! [See also R15??]. Side B: Cage Variations VII Part III.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C17

Voice of American French Service on 9 Evenings, with Fahlström interview (French)

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT VOA French Service 9 Eves, Side B: no label [See also R17]
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C23-1

Fahlström short piece of speech, 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Fahlström speech 1 7/8 to 3 3/4 to cassette Ref 23, Side B: no label [See also R23.]
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 /12 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C23-2

Fahlström speech, 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Fahlström speech Sanyo copy Ref 23, Side B: no label. [See also cassette C23-1 above, and R23.] Typed on insert: EAT 9E Fahlström speech Ref #23 3 3/4 cassette recorded on Sanyo transcriber at slowest speed.
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 /12 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C26a-1

Schilling interview with Öyvind Fahlström and Yvonne Rainer, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Schilling w/ Rainer + Fahlström, Side B: Schilling w/ Rainer + Fahlström [Side B is blank]. Typed on insert: EAT Schilling Interview with Yvonne Rainer and Öyvind Fahlström REf #26a.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C26a-2

Interview with Öyvind Fahlström and Robert Breer, 1967 Mar 3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Interview w O. Fahlström and Robert Breer 3/3/67, Side B: EAT 9E Interview w O. Fahlström and Robert Breer 3/3/67. Typed on insert: EAT 9E Inerview with Öyvind Fahlström and Robert Breer 3/3/67 Ref #26a.
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C27 & C28

Interview with Bob Whitman by Simone Forti and R. Whitman interview fragments, 1966 Mar 27 undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (ca. 77 min., 19 sec.): analog. Original.
Side A: EAD S. Whitman Interview Fragments [See also R27]. Side B: EAT Simone Whitman Int w R. Whitman [See also R28]. Paper insert: "EAT Simone [Forti] Whitman Interview with Robert Whitman 3/27/66 REf # 27 9 Evenings 1/1" and "EAT Simone Whitman Interview Fragments with various people including Robert Rauschenberg, Ref #28 9 Evenings 1/1."
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (C27: 44 min., 19 sec.; C28: 33 min.)(CDs) : digital. Copy master [C27, C28].
2 sound discs of 2 (C27: 44 min., 19 sec.; C28: 33 min.)(CDs) : digital. Use copy [C27, C28].
Cassette C31

Lucinda Child's first performance, 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (ca. 40 min., 5 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT L. Childs sound - 1st perf. Side B: EAT L. Childs cont. Paper insert: "EAT Lucinda Childs sound from 1st performance 9 Evenings Ref # 31." [See also R31].
3 sound reels of 3 (ca. 40 min., 5 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (ca. 40 min., 5 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (ca. 40 min., 5 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C14 & C32

Deborah Hay/Toshi piece; 18 Names Rauschenberg's opening scene

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Deborah Hay / Toshi piece [C14?; see also R14?], Side B: EAT Rauschenberg 18 names [see also R32 which does not completely correspond]. Paper insert: "EAT Deborah Hay/Toshi piece Rauschenberg 18 names #32. . .Toshi Ichiyanagi 'Funakakushi' for Deborah Hay piece 9 Eves Conversation in Japanese B: 18 names from tape for Rauschenberg Open Score #32."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (C14: 20 min., 8 sec.; C32 Side B: 1 min., 50 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (C14: 20 min., 8 sec.; C32 Side B: 1 min., 50 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (C14: 20 min., 8 sec.; C32 Side B: 1 min., 50 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C33 & C34

John Cage, 1966 Oct 16

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (ca. 83 min., 11 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Cage 1st performance, Side B: EAT Cage Two Mikes...." Paper insert: "EAT 9E A: Cage 1st night's performance Ref 34 B: Cage - Two mikes 40 feet apart in balcony of Armory original Ref # 33."
3 sound tape reels of 3 (ca. 83 min., 11 sec.): analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (C33 Side B: 48 min., 55 sec.; C34 Side A: 34 min. 16 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (C33: 48 min., 55 sec.; C34: 34 min. 16 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C33 & C34

John Cage, 16 Oct 1966

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Same as C33 & C34 above. Not reformatted.
Cassette C35 & C36

John Cage Variation VII, part I and part II

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (ca. 68 min., 11 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Cage Variations VII, Part I (C35), Side B: EAT Cage Variations VII, Part II (C36).
2 sound tape reels of 2 (ca. 68 min., 11 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (C35: 33 min., 53 sec.; C36: 34 min., 18 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (C35: 33 min., 53 sec.; C36: 34 min., 18 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C38

Robbie Robinson interview, 1966 Sep 14

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (ca. 56 min., 37 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: S. Whitman Int. Robinson 1/1, Side B: R. Robinson Int. cont. 1/1. Paper insert: "EAT 9E Simone Whitman Interview with Robbie Robinson 9/16/66 Ref #38 9 Evenings 1/1." [See also R37]
3 sound tape reels of 3 (ca. 56 min., 37 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (ca. 56 min., 37 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (ca. 56 min., 37 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
 

Harriet DeLong interviews about 9 Evenings

Cassette C39

Colonel Lutz; Alfons Schilling, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (3 min., 58 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong Interview with Colonel Luitz on telephone incomplete, Side B: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong interview w Alfons Schilling Inaudible. Paper insert: "EAT 9E A: Harriet DeLong telephone interview with Colonel Lutz at 69th Regiment Armory B: Harriet DeLong interview with Alfons Schilling Ref #39 Inaudible." [Note: reformatting adjusted the sound quality so that interviews may be heard.]
1 sound tape reel (3 min., 58 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (3 min., 58 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (3 min., 58 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C40

Interview with John Pierce (Bell Telephone Laboratories), and with Bob Breer, 1973 Jan 31 1973 Feb 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (28 min., 30 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong Interview with John Pearce 1/31/73," Side B: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong Interview with Robert Breer 2/2/73." Paper insert: "EAT 9E A: Harriet DeLong Interview with John Pearce BTL 1/31/73 Ref #40 EAT 9E B: Harriet DeLong Interviw with Robert Breer 2/2/73 Ref #40."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (28 min., 30 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (28 min., 30 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (28 min., 30 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C41

Fujiko Nakaya, 1973 Jan 30-31?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (26 min., 15 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong interview w. Fujiko Nakaya 1/30/73, Ref #41. Side B: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong interview w. Fujiko Nakaya 1/30/73 Ref #42. Paper insert: "EAT 9E A: Harriet DeLong interview with Fujiko Nakaya 1/31/73 Ref #41 EAT 9E B: Harriet DeLong Interview with Fujiko Nakaya 1/30/73 Ref #41."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (26 min., 15 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (26 min., 15 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (26 min., 15 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C42

Per Biorn, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (14 min. 59 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong Interview with Per Biorn Ref #42. Side B: blank label. Paper insert: "EAT 9E AL Harriet DeLong Interview with Per Biorn Ref #42."
1 sound tape reel (14 min. 59 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (14 min. 59 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (14 min. 59 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C43

John Giorno and Trisha Brown, 1973, Feb 11

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (18 min., 43 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong interview w. John Giorno 2/11/73. Side B: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong interview with Trisha Brown.
2 sound tape reels of 2 (18 min., 43 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (18 min., 43 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (18 min., 43 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C44

Sue Hartnett, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (5 min.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT 9E Harriet DeLong interview with Sue Hartnett Ref #44. Side 2: no label.
1 sound tape reel (5 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (5 min.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (5 min.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C45

Markers - from Schilling's film, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (20 min.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT 9E Soundtrack - Alfons Schilling film Ref #45. Side 2: blank label.
1 sound tape reel (20 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (20 min.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (20 min.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C46

JED #1

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (38 min., 40 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Tape labeled JED #1 Broken and tape off reel Ref #46. Side B: blank label. [Note: reformatter rewound tape and recovered the sound. Does this relate to Jed Bark interview?]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (38 min., 40 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (38 min., 40 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (38 min., 40 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C47

9 Evenings reel 5, 1993 Jun 6

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette [missing, i.e. not received from E.A.T.]
Cassette C52 & C58

David Tudor, and Clam room sounds, 1970 Apr 6 1970 Apr 9

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (: analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Tuddor [sic] at Console 4/6/70. Side B: EAT Clam Room/Pauline Oliveros. Paper insert: "EAT Pavilion related tapes A: D. Tudor at Console 4/6/70 Ref #52 Pavilion B: Sounds in the Clam Room Ref #58 4/9/70
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
 

Pepsi Pavilion, ca. 1969-1975

Cassette C53 & C54

David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion, 1970

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion 1970 Mrked Sony #3. Side B: EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion 1970 Tudor Sony #4. Paper insert: "EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion Spring 1970 Marked Sony #3 #53" and "EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion Spring 1970 Marked Tudor Sony #4 #54."
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C55 & C56

David Tudor at Pavilion, 1970

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion 1970 Marked Sony #5. Side B: EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pav. 1970 Sony 4-track Stereo. Paper insert: "EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion Spring 1970 #55 Marked Sony #5" and "EAT PAV David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion Sprint 1970 Marked Sony 40track stereo not in box Tails out #56."
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C60

Nilo Lindren interview with Ardison Phillips Part 1, 1970 Jan 9

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Pav Nilo Lindgren interview with Ardison Phillips Part 1. Side B: blank label. Paper insert: "EAT Pav A: Nilo Lindgren interview with Ardison Phillips 1/9/70 Ref # 60 1 of 2, A: Interview with Ardison, B: Recording of children playing."
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C61

Nilo Lindgren interview with Ardison Phillips Part 2, 1970 Jan 9

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT Pav B: Nilo Lindgren interview with Ardison Phillips Part 2. Side 2: Nilo Lindgren interview with Ardison Phillips Part 2. Paper insert: EAT Pav A: Nilo Lindgren interview with Ardison Phillips 1/9/70 Ref #61, 2 of 2."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C62

Artist / Engineer Programming Meeting #1, 1969 Nov 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A and B have same labels: EAT Pavilion Artist / Engineer Programming Meeting, 1 of 2. Paper insert: "EAT Pavilion: Meeting Larry Owens, Fred Waldhauer, Peter Poole, etc. with artists to describe sound and light control system, 11/8/69, Ref #62, 1 of 2."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C63-1

Artist / Engineer Programming meeting #2, 1969 Nov 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Pavilion Artist / Engineer Programming Meeting, 2 of 2. Paper insert: "EAT Pavilion: Meeting Larry Owens, Fred Waldhauer, Peter Poole, etc. with artists to describe sound and light control system, 11/8/69, Ref #63, 2 of 2." [See also C63-2]
1 sound tape reel of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc of 2 (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc of 2 (CD) : digital.
Cassette C63-2

Artist / Engineer Programming meeting #2, 1969 Nov 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Pavilion Artist / Engineer Programming Meeting, 2 of 2. Paper insert: "EAT Pavilion: Meeting Larry Owens, Fred Waldhauer, Peter Poole, etc. with artists to describe sound and light control system, 11/8/69, Ref #63, 2 of 2." [See also C63-1]
1 sound tape reel of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc of 2 (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc of 2 (CD) : digital.
Cassette C64

Pavilion concert, 1970

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Cassette C65

Nilo Lindgren interview with Larry Owens #1, 1969 Oct 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Pav Nilo Lindgren interview with Larry Owens, Part 1. Side B: EAT Pav Nilo Lindgren interview with Larry Owens, Part 2. Label on box: "EAT Pav Nilo Lindren interview with Larry Owens 10/8/1969, Ref #65, A: Part 1, B: Part 2."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C66

Nilo Lindgren interview with Larry Owens #2, 1969 Oct 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Pav Nilo Lindgren interview with Larry Owens, Part 3. Side B: EAT Pav Nilo Lindgren interview with Larry Owens, Part 4. Label on box: "EAT Pav Nilo Lindren interview with Larry Owens 10/8/1969, Ref #66, A: Part 3 (very litle on it), B: Part 4."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
[Plus use copy and DAT master made Feb 1998.]
Cassette C67

Takenaka - Pepsi - E.A.T., Part 1, 1969 Jun 28

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT Takenaka - Pepsi - E.A.T. 6/28/69 Part 1. Side 2: Empty. Label on box: "EAT A: Takenaka - Pepsi - E.A.T., 6/28/69 Royal Hotel, Part 1, Ref #67, 1 of 2, B: Empty."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C68

Takenaka - Pepsi - E.A.T., Part 2, 1969 Jun 28-29

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT/BK [Billy Klüver] Press Interview with Japanese journalist, 6/28/69. Side B: Takenaka - Pepsi - E.A.T. 6/28/69, Part 2. Label on box: "EAT/BK A: Press interview with Japanese journalist, Fujiko Nakaya translating 6/29/69, Ref 68" and "EAT B: Takenaka - Pepsi - E.A.T., 6/28/69 Royal Hotel, Part 2, Ref #68, 2 of 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) : digital.
Cassette C69

E.A.T. meeting on mirror panels, ca. 1969

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Pav Meeting on Mirror Panels. Paper insert: "EAT Pav Meeting to discuss Mirror Panels construction Ref #69."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C70

Pavilion, Santa Ana mirror installation, ca. 1969/1970

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Pavilion: recorded at Santa Ana Mirror Installation. Side B: Empty. Paper insert: EAT A: Pavilion: recorded at Santa Ana Air Base Mirror Installation, Ref #70, B: Empty."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound tape reel (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound tape reel (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C71

EAT Snow - Nakaya Japan / Top Hat Parts, Top Hat parts 1975 Jan,

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Snow - Nakaya Japan. Jan 1975 / Top Hart Parts & Ardison Ref 71. Side B: blank label. Box annotation: "EAT snow - Nakaya Japan. Jan 1975/Top Hat Parts, Also Ardison Ref #71, Tape Broken and off reel."
2 sound tape reels : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C72

Nilo Lindgren interview with Billy Klüver, 1970 Jan 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Pav Nilo Lindgren interview with Billy Klüver Jan 8 70. Paper insert: "...Ref #72."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
[Plus use copy and DAT master made Feb 1998.]
Cassette C73

Meyer Shapiro talks with Billy Klüver on the telephone, 1970 Jan 20

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT/BK Klüver interview with Meyer Schapiro 1/20/70. Side B: Empty. Paper insert: "#73."
1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C73a

David Tudor at Pepsi Pavilion (PepsiBird??), 1970?

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette. [received?]
Cassette C74-C77

Interviews with various artists and engineers on Pepsi Pavilion, for Billy Klüver's talk on Pavilion, 1990 Aug

Cassette C74

Billy Klüver interviews, include Waldhauer, 1 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (46 min., 26 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT PAV Klüver interviews 8/90 includes Waldhauer 1 of 4. Paper insert: "EAT PAV Klüver interviews with artists and engineers on Pavilion August 1990: includes Waldhauer Ref #74 1 of 4."
1 sound tape reel (46 min., 26 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (46 min., 26 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (46 min., 26 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C75

Billy Klüver interviews, Waldhauer, Breer, Garmire, 2 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 43 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT PAV Klüver interviews 8/90 Waldhauer, Breer, Garmire 2 of 4. Paper insert: "...Ref #75 2 of 4."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 43 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (92 min., 43 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (CDs) (92 min., 43 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C76

Billy Klüver interviews, includes Garmire, 3 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (89 min., 57 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT PAV Klüver interviews 8/90 includes Garmire 3 of 4. Side B: EAT PAV Klüver interviews 8/90 includes Van't Slot 3 of 4. Paper insert: "EAT PAV Klüver interviews with artists and engineers on Pavilion August 1990: A: Garmire B: Van't Slot Ref #76 3 of 4."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (89 min., 57 sec.) : analog ; 7/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (89 min., 57 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (89 min., 57 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C77

Billy Klüver interviews, includes Whitman, 4 of 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (62 min., 46 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT PAV Klüver interviews 8/90 includes Whitman. Paper insert: "...Ref 77 4 of 4."
1 sound tape reel (62 min., 46 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (62 min., 46 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (62 min., 46 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette 78-154D

E.A.T. meetings, conferences, other projects

Cassette C78-1

Homage to E.A.T., 1 of 2, 1967 Feb 18

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 35 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Planning YMHA Homage to E.A.T. 1/2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref 78 2/18/76 1/2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 35 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 35 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 35 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C78-2

Homage to E.A.T., 2 of 2, 1967 Feb 18

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (39 min., 09 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Planning YMHA Homage to E.A.T. 2/2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref 78 2/18/76 2/2."
1 sound tape reel (39 min., 09 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (39 min., 09 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (39 min., 09 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C78a-1

E.A.T. meeting, 1 of 2, 1966 Nov 30

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (87 min., 27 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and Side B labels: EAT meeting 11/30/66 1 of 2. Paper insert: "...Ref 78A 1 of 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (87 min., 27 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (87 min., 27 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (87 min., 27 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C78a-2 & C84

E.A.T. meeting, 2 of 2, ; Claudio Badal E.A.T. News article regarding collaboration, 1966 Nov 30 undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (56 min., 32 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT meeting 11/30/66 2 of 2. Side B: Tedona/Allerot/Leeman collaboration. Paper insert: "EAT A: E.A.T. meeting 11/30/66 Ref 78A 2 of 2; B: Claudio Badal E.A.T. News article: Process of talks on Artist project: W.G. Leeman, Bob Allerot, Tony Tedona on ring counter voice activated microphone Ref 84 1 of 1." [See also R84.]
1 sound tape reel (56 min., 32 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (56 min., 32 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (56 min., 32 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C79

Billy Klüver WBAI talk, 1967 Jun 28

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 48 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: BK WBAI Talk 6/28/1967. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref 79 1/1."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 48 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 48 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 48 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C85

Julie Martin and Claudio Badal interview with Jerry Marks, 1968 Jun 12

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (43 min., 43 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Julie Martin/Claudio Badal Int w. Jerry Marks 6/12/68. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref #85." [See also R85; partial contents?]
1 sound tape reel (43 min., 43 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (43 min., 43 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (43 min., 43 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C86 & C103

Train to Calcutta; Tracey Kinsel and John Anthes, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (56 min., 29 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Train to Calcutta Part 1. Side B: T. Kinsel and J. Anthes. Paper insert: EAT A: Train to Calcutta Ref 103 B: Tracy Kinsel, engineer, and John Anthes, artist, who collaborated on a project. Interview for E.A.T. News. Ref 86." [See also R86, R103.]
1 sound tape reel (56 min., 29 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (56 min., 29 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (56 min., 29 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C87

E.A.T. Local Group conference, 1 of 3, 1968 Jun 22

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (183 min., 45 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Local Group Conference 1 of 3 Sanyo copy. Side B: no lable. Paper insert: "...Ref 87 3 3/4 cassette recorded on Sanyo transcriber at slowest speed 1 of 3." [See also R87]
3 sound tape reels of 3 (183 min., 45 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
3 sound discs of 3 (183 min., 45 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
3 sound discs of 3 (183 min., 45 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C88

E.A.T. Local Group conference, 2 of 3, 1968 Jun 22

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (37 min., 56 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT Local Group Conference 2 of 3 Sanyo copy. Side 2: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref 88 3 3/4 cassette recorded on Sanyo transcriber at slowest speed 2 of 3." [See also R88]
1 sound tape reel (37 min., 56 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (37 min., 56 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (37 min., 56 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C89

E.A.T. Local Group conference, 3 of 3, 1968 Jun 22

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (185 min.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT Local Group Conference Sanyo copy. Side 2: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref 89 3 3/4 cassette recorded on Sanyo transcriber at slowest speed 3 of 3." [See also R89]
4 sound tape reels of 3 (185 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
4 sound discs of 3 (185 min.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
4 sound discs of 3 (185 min.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C90

AAAS meeting, Dallas, Tx, 1 of 2, 1968 Dec 26-31

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 14 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: BK AAAS panel 12.26-31/1968 1/2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Dallas Ref 90 1/2." [See also R90]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 14 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 14 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 14 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C91

AAAS meeting, Dallas, Tx, 2 of 2, 1968 Dec 26-31

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (60 min., 05 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: BK AAAS Panel 12/26-31/1968 2/2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Dallas Ref 91 2/2." See also R91
1 sound tape reel (60 min., 05 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (60 min., 05 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (60 min., 05 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C93-1a

Executive meeting, Reel 1, 1 of 2, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 55 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive meeting R1 TP1. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "EAT Executive Meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 93, Reel 1, 1/2." [See also R93]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 55 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 55 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 55 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C93-1b

Executive meeting, Reel 1, 2 of 2, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (33 min., 26 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R1 TP2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: EAT Executive Meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 93 Reel 1, 2/2." [See also R93]
1 sound tape reel (33 min., 26 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips.
1 sound disc (CD) (33 min., 26 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (33 min., 26 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C94-1

Executive meeting, Reel 2, 1 of 2, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 47 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R2 TP1. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "EAT Executive Meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 94 Reel 2, 1/2." [See also R94]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 47 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 47 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 47 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C94-2

Executive meeting, Reel 2, 2 of 2, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (93 min., 08 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R2 TP2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "EAT Executive Meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 94 Reel 2, 2/2." [See also R94]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (93 min., 08 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (93 min., 08 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (93 min., 08 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C95-1

Executive meeting Reel 3, 1 of 3, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 57 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R3 TP1. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "EAT Executive Meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 95 Reel 3, 1/3." [See also R95]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 57 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 57 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 57 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C95-2

Executive meeting Reel 3, 2 of 3, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 57 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R3 TP2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "EAT Executive Meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 95 Reel 3, 2/3." [See also R95]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 57 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 57 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 57 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C95-3 & C96-1

Executive meeting Reel 3 (3 of 3), & Reel 4 (1 of 2), 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (92 min., 56 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R3 TP3 A. Side B: EAT Executive Meeting R4 TP1 B. Paper insert: "EAT Executive meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 95-96 Reel 3 & 4 3/3." [See also R95, R96]
2 sound tape reels of 2 (92 min., 56 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 56 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (92 min., 56 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C96-2

Executive meeting Reel 4, 2 of 2, 1970 Sep 12-13

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (37 min., 54 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Executive Meeting R4 TP2. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "EAT Executive meeting 9/12-13/1970 Ref 96 Reel 4 2/2." See also R96]
1 sound tape reel (37 min., 54 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (37 min., 54 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (37 min., 54 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C97

E.A.T. Meeting for history part 1, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Label on tape: EAT Meeting for History Sanyo copy. Paper insert: "...Ref 97 3 3/4 cassette recorded on Sanyo transcriber at slowest speed 1 of 2." [See also R97]
3 sound tape reels of 3 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
3 sound discs of 3 (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C98

Meeting for history part 2, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (15 min.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Meeting for History Sanyo copy. Side B: no label. Paper insert: "...Ref 98 3 3/4 cassete recorded on Sanyo transcriber at slowest speed 2 of 2." [See also R98]
1 sound tape reel (15 min.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (15 min.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (15 min.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C110-C113a

Anand Buffalo Project, Ahmedabad, India, 1969 Dec 12

Cassette C110

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 1 of 5

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #1. Paper insert: "...Ref 110 Tape 1."
2 sound tape reels of 2 : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C111

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (65 min., 27 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #2. Paper insert: "...Ref 111 tape 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (65 min., 27 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (65 min., 27 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (65 min., 27 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C112

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (64 min., 10 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #3. Paper insert: "...Ref 112 tape 3."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (64 min., 10 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (64 min., 10 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (64 min., 10 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C113

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (51 min., 07 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #4. Paper insert: "...Ref 113 tape 4."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (51 min., 07 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (51 min., 07 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (51 min., 07 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C113a

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 5

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (64 min., 21 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #5. Paper insert: "...Ref 113A tape 5."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (64 min., 21 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (64 min., 21 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (64 min., 21 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C113b

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 6

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (65 min., 20 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #6. Paper insert: "...Ref 113B Tape 6 tape is broken and come off reel and must be repaired before playing."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (65 min., 20 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (65 min., 20 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (65 min., 20 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C113c

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 7

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (61 min., 35 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #7. Paper insert: "...Ref 113C tape 7."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (61 min., 35 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (61 min., 35 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (61 min., 35 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C113d

E.A.T. Meeting in India on Buffalo Project, Tape 8

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (61 min., 45 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT Meeting in India on Buffalo Project 12/12/1969 #8. Paper insert: "...Ref 113D tape 8."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (61 min., 45 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (61 min., 45 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (61 min., 45 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C114-C122

American Artists in India: interviews, undated, 1969?

Cassette C114

Steve Paxton interview, 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (60 min., 32 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: Steve Paxton interview 1 of 2. Side 2: Steve Paxton cont'd. Paper insert: "EAT Steve Paxton Interview on American Artists in India Ref # 114 1 of 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (60 min., 32 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (60 min., 32 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (60 min., 32 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C115

Steve Paxton interview, 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (59 min., 45 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: Steve Paxton interview 2 of 2. Side 2: Steve Tape II. Paper insert: "Steve Paxton Interview on American Artists in India Ref # 115 2 of 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (59 min., 45 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (59 min., 45 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (59 min., 45 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C116

Trisha Brown interview, 1 of 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (31 min., 24 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Trisha Brown interview 1 of 2. Side B: Trisha #2. Paper insert: "EAT Trisha Brown interview on American Artists in Inda Ref 116 1 of 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (31 min., 24 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (31 min., 24 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (31 min., 24 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C117

Trisha Brown interview, 2 of 2

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (19 min., 36 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Trisha Brown interview 2 of 2. Side B: Trisha #4. Paper insert: "EAT Trisha Brown interview on American Artists in Inda Ref 117 2 of 2."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (19 min., 36 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (19 min., 36 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (19 min., 36 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C118

LaMonte Young, Marian Zazeela interview, 1 of 3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (30 min., 29 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT: Lamonte Young / Marian Zazeela interview 1 of 3. Side 2: LaMonte & Marian. Paper insert: "LaMonte Young / Marian Zazeela Int. American Artists in India Ref #118 1 of 3."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (30 min., 29 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (30 min., 29 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (30 min., 29 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C119

LaMonte Young, Marian Zazeela interview, 2 of 3

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (30 min., 35 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side 1: EAT: Lamonte Young / Marian Zazeela interview 2 of 3. Side 2: L-M. Paper insert: "LaMonte Young / Marian Zazeela Int. American Artists in India Ref #119 2 of 3."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (30 min., 35 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (30 min., 35 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (30 min., 35 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C120

LaMonte Young, Marian Zazeela interview, 3 of 3; Jed Bark interview

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (23 min., 25 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT Lamonte Young / Marian Zazeela interview 3 of 3. Side B: EAT Jed Bark Interview. Paper insert: "EAT A: LaMonte Young/Marian Zazeela int. American Artists in India Ref #120 3 of 3" and "EAT B: Jed Bark interview on American Artists in India Ref #120 1 of 1."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (23 min., 25 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (23 min., 25 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (23 min., 25 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C121

Bombay street sounds

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (30 min., 50 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A and B labels: EAT / BK Bombay Street Sounds. Paper insert: "EAT / BK B: Bombay Street Sounds recorded near Taj Mahal Hotel Ref #121."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (30 min., 50 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (30 min., 50 sec.) (CD) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (30 min., 50 sec.) (CD) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C122a

Steve Paxton interview, pt. 1 and 2

Scope and Content Note

2 sound cassettes of 2 : analog. Originals. Both numbered 122A. Same as C114, C115. Not reformatted.
Cassette C123-C128

Billy Klüver recordings of meetings and material in Guatemala, Jul-Aug 1972

Cassette C123

Recordings of meetings and material in Guatemala

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (78 min., 21 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT/BK Recording if [sic] meetings in Guatemala, 1972, 1 of 6. Side B: July 23 Side 2?. Paper insert: "EAT / BK Klüver recording of meetings and material in Guatemala, project to use television to teach farming techniques to peasants 7 & 8/1972 Ref #123 1 of 6."
3 sound tape reels of 3 (78 min., 21 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
2 sound discs of 2 (78 min., 21 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Copy master.
2 sound discs of 2 (78 min., 21 sec.) (CDs) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C124

Recordings of meetings and material in Guatemala

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette (42 min., 18 sec.) : analog. Original.
Side A: EAT / BK Recording if [sic] meetings in Guatemala, 1972 2 of 6. Side B: Side 2 [blank]. Paper insert: "EAT / BK Klüver recording of meetings and material in Guatemala, project to use television to teach farming techniques to peasants 7 & 8/1972 Ref #124 2 of 6."
2 sound tape reels of 2 (42 min., 18 sec.) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips. Archival master.
1 sound disc (CD) (42 min., 18 sec.) : digital. Copy master.
1 sound disc (CD) (42 min., 18 sec.) : digital. Use copy.
Cassette C124a-C128

Klüver recording of material in Guatemala, during project, undated

Scope and Content Note

5 cassettes of 5.
Cassette C129-131

Children and Communication: background, discussions, undated

Scope and Content Note

3 cassettes of 3.
Cassette C132-C136

Island Eye Island Ear, Saranasc Lake, 1978

Cassette C132

Tudor and Nakaya interview, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C133

Tudor and Nakaya interview; O'Connell reporting on Saranac situation, 1978 Nov 24

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C134

Fred Waldhauer /telephone call from Saranasc Lake, 1978 Nov 22

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C135

Talking with Kudish on the island, 1978 Oct 12

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C136

Island Eye Island E: Mapping the island with Hardy, 1978 Oct 29

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C137

Stefan Olson interview with Klüver for Swedish radio, parts 1 and 2, 1978 Jun 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette. [See also C138]
Cassette C138

Side A: Jankowski CBS, talk ; Olson interview with Klüver, part 3, 1982 Jun 4 1978 June 4

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette. Side A: Jankowski, talk on technology and telecommunications. Side B: Olson interview with Klüver for Swedish radio, part 3 [See also C137]
Cassette C139

James Rosenquist making the poster for the Xenon Benefit at Tandem Press, 8th Ave. NY, 1979 Feb

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C140-C141

Tudor concert at Xenon, 1979

Scope and Content Note

2 sound cassettes.
Cassette C142

Interview with Frank Dymnicki of Tandem Press about printing Jim Rosenquist's poster and the Xenon Benefit, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C143-C144

E.A.T. History - Interview with Fred Waldhauer on his biography and his involvement with artists and E.A.T., undated

Scope and Content Note

2 sound cassettes.
Cassette C144A

Billy Kluver dictating paper on E.A.T., Side A, undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Title from label; Broken tape is off reel. Ref no. 144A. Reel 4a.
Cassette C144B

Billy Kluver dictating paper on E.A.T., Side A; Nine Evenings, Side B, 1993 Jun 6 undated

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Paper insert: Billy Kluver dictating papers on E.A.T. Rainforest. Ref no. 144B. Tapes 5.
Cassette C145a

Öyvind Fahlström's Collage of Sounds, Side A and Side B

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Paper insert: E.A.T. Art Öyvind Fahlström Collage tape with Swedith, English material from films, radio, plays, etc. Ref no. 145.
Cassette C145b

Öyvind Fahlström Collage Radio, Side A

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Paper insert: ART Öyvind Fahlström Collage Radio. No. 145 1/1.
Cassette C147-C149

Klüver lecture, Toronto, 1968

Scope and Content Note

2 sound cassettes. [Not reformatted; See R147-R149]
C147-194, 1 of 2, Side A: Paper insert: BK Kluver Torono lecture 1968 REf no. 147 1/2.
C147-149, 2 of 2, Side A: Paper insert: BK Kluver Toronto Lecture 1968 Red no. 147-149 2/2. Second part of talk using vugraph, talking about mylar mirrors, chorus line and spherical mirrors.
Cassette C150

Klüver talk at color convention,

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette. [Not reformatted; See R150]
Cassette C151-C154

Annual meeting of AAAS, 1976 Jan 22

Scope and Content Note

4 sound cassettes of 4.
Boston Environment of the Future - Klüver talk and Panel. Klüver talk "Conditions for Artists' Participation in Shaping the Environment."
Cassette C154A-D

Klüver and Andrew Ogielski conversation on preserving history; meeting on Tudor piece "Ocean," 1993

Cassette C154A

EAT Billy Klüver and Andrew Ogielski conversation on preserving history, 1 of 2, 1993 Oct 23

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C154B

EAT Billy Klüver and Andrew Ogielski conversation on preserving history, 2 of 2, 1993 Oct 30

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette 154C

EAT Billy Klüver, Andrew Ogielski, Sophia Ogielska and David Tudor meeting on Tudor piece "Ocean," 1 of 2, 1993 Dec 12

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
Cassette C154D

EAT Billy Klüver, Andrew Ogielski, Sophia Ogielska and David Tudor meeting on Tudor piece "Ocean," 2 of 2, 1993 Dec 12

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
 

Unnumbered cassettes

Cassette CU01-CU09

Island Eye Island Ear, undated

Scope and Content Note

9 sound cassettes of 9.
Cassette CU10

Meeting [?], 1978 Oct 10

Scope and Content Note

1 sound cassette.
 

Series VIII. Films and videos, 1974-1997

Physical Description: 4.0 box(es)

Scope and Content Note

Contains seven videos and two 16 mm. films of various E.A.T. activities, and 64 super 8 films made while location scouting for "Island Eye Island Ear."
Box 233

Films (16 mm.) and VHS cassettes (3/4"), ca. 1990-ca. 1997

Cassette V1 A & B

Mary Wigman, dancer; 9 Evenings; and Rauschenberg 65.

Scope and Content Note

2 videocassettes of 2.
2 videos transferred (from film?) Oct 8, 1992 by Middlemarch Films. VHS and Betacam SP copies made Feb 24, 1998. Numbered 24 by E.A.T.
Cassette V2

Some More Beginnings

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (9 min., 31 sec.).
(video transferred by WNET) Numbered 25 by E.A.T.
Cassette V3

The Great Big Mirror Project

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette. (Video transferred by WNET.) Numbered 26 by E.A.T.
Cassette V4

"Innovation," WNET (1/2 hour program on E.A.T.), 1990

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette. Numbered 30 by E.A.T.
Reel F1

Peter Kowalski sculpture

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel ; 16 mm. [unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Documentary.
Reel F2

A Promise of Space... fulfilled. Fairchild Industries, made by Thirtyfive-sixteen, released by Image, 1975

Scope and Content Note

1 film reel (14 min.); col. 16 mm. [unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Published educational film. Do not reformat. About future space technology.
Cassette V5

9 evenings: theatre and engineering trailer, 1997

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (5 min., 24 sec.). [unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Cassette V6

Kisses sweeter than wine, 1997

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS). [unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Cassette V7

Open score, 1997

Scope and Content Note

1 videocassette (VHS) (34 min.). [unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Box 234, Reel F1-F8

Island Eye Island Ear - Knavelskär Island, 1974

Scope and Content Note

6 film reels of 6 (super 8). [unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Box 235, Reel F9-F38

Island Eye Island Ear, 1978

Scope and Content Note

30 film reels of 30 (super 8).[unnumbered, numbered by repository]
Box 236, Reel F39-F66

Island Eye Island Ear - Bluff Island, 1978

Scope and Content Note

28 film reels of 28 (super 8).[unnumbered, numbered by repository]
 

Series IX. Posters, 1966-1996

Physical Description: 39 items 1 roll and 4 flat file folders

Scope and Content Note

Contains posters and graphics published by E.A.T. and others for its projects. Includes posters designed by Rauschenberg, Christo, James Rosenquist, Tom Gormley, Manfred Schroeder and Ken Knowlton.
Oversize 1**

Computer-generated "Nude" by Ken Knowlton and Leon Harmon, Bell Laboratories, undated

Scope and Content Note

2 four ft. long and 2 six ft. long in black and day-glo green. The reclining nude represented the first experiment to scan a photograph into a computer and reconstitute it with a gray scale, using 12 discreet levels of gray, produced by mathematical and electronic symbols. The scanning process established a certain level of gray in a certain area of the photograph and replaced it with one of the symbols. This process was used to try to establish the minimum amount of information the human eye needed to resolve an image. The image of Deborah Hay in the nude was photographed by Max Mathews. The original computer output was a photograph and was given to E.E. David, who, when he became President Nixon's science adviser, gave it to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Oversize 9**

Highway Poster Project, 1972

Scope and Content Note

co-sponsored by the Foundation for Automation and Employment and printed at the Lithographic Center, Local One, Amalgamated Lithographers of America. Lithograph, edition size of 150. The following artists made posters about the problems created by putting more emphasis on highways rather than mass transit systems:
  • Rauschenberg, signed, no. 16;
  • Christo, signed, no. 14;
  • Roman Beardon, signed, no. 40;
  • Alan Sonfist, unsigned, unnumbered;
  • Jared Bark, signed, nos. 15 and 16;
  • Marjorie Strider, unsigned, unnumbered;
  • Michael Mitchell, signed, no. 18;
  • Michael Martin, signed, unnumbered;
  • Tom Gormley, signed, no. 128.
Oversize 10**

Computer-generated images by Manfred Schroeder, Bell Labs, silk-screens, 1968

Scope and Content Note

Image of an eye configured as a target, 1 in black and 1 in day-glo green; a girl's head, made with the words, "A picture is worth a thousand words," 1 in black and 1 in day-glo green; and of the Brooklyn Museum (Some More Beginnings) show, using the same computer processing as the reclining nude, 1 in black and 1 in day-glo green. 6 items
Oversize 11**

8 Posters

 

9 Evenings, 1966

Scope and Content Note

designed by Rauschenberg, signed by all participants, edition size of 50, numbered H.C. 4 of 14.
 

Quarry Poster, 1968

Scope and Content Note

by Rauschenberg, printed at the Lithographic Center, Local One, Amalgamated Lithographers of America, as the first project of The Quarry, a collaboration between E.A.T. and Local One, ALA, under which artists would work with master lithographers at the ALA Lithographic Center. Signed, unnumbered.
 

Some More Beginnings, 1969

Scope and Content Note

designed by Tom Gormley for the subway, edition size of 50. Signed, no. 1.
 

E.A.T. USC, 1970

Scope and Content Note

Experiments in Art and Technology in Process, published by E.A.T. LA for three days of events and exhibitions at USC, May 1-3, 1970, 2 different posters, unsigned (one printed FOY '70) and unnumbered.
 

Pepsi Pavilion, 1970

Scope and Content Note

printed in Japan, Shunk-Kender photograph of interior of the mirror dome. It shows a rehearsal of the work by Remy Charlip, "Homage to Loie Fuller," performed at the opening ceremonies. The photograph is printed upside down to emphasize the three-dimensionality of the real image the concave mirror dome produced. Signed by all artist/engineer participants, unnumbered.
 

Projects Outside Art, 1970

Scope and Content Note

announcement and request for submissions for a planned exhibition. The image represents a rain forest.
 

American Artists in India, 1970

Scope and Content Note

silk-screen designed and printed by Tom Gormley, using a photograph by Shunk-Kender of a hand position in traditional Indian dance by Chandraleka. Signed by Gormley, Shunk-Kender and Chandraleka, no. 12 of 100.
Oversize 12**

3 Posters, 1971-1996

 

1871-1981 Utopier & Visioner, Moderna Museet, Stockholm; and Erró poster, 1971

Scope and Content Note

poster announcing all the projects involved in the exhibition, including "Telex: Q&A" with another poster by Erró with faces of communards surrounded by faces of cultural figures from the 19th and 20th centuries. Signature is stamped.
 

Utopia & Visions, Telex Q&A, 1971

Scope and Content Note

published by E.A.T. Japan, under the direction of Nakaya, with photographs of people who visited the telex center.
 

Art Cash Benefit, 1971

Scope and Content Note

poster announcing the fund-raising gambling night event at Automation House; and 3 Art Cash flats, one for each side of the bills and one printed on both sides, signed in pencil by the artists, except Warhol who stamped his.
 

New York Collection for Stockholm, 1973

Scope and Content Note

poster by Rauschenberg, published by Moderna Museet, unsigned; and menu by Red Grooms for SAS flight New York-Stockholm for opening Oct 1973.
 

Artists for New York Benefit, 1979

Scope and Content Note

by James Rosenquist, printed at Tandem Press, for benefit evening at Xenon, February 28, 1979; and invitation.
 

Kisses Sweeter Than Wine by Öyvind Fahlström, 1996

Scope and Content Note

For the first film in a series of documentaries from 9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering.