D a v i d H a l l
Primary Structures, exhibition catalogue, Jewish Museum, New York, 1966.
British Sculpture: The Developing Scene, Gene Baro, Studio International, London, October 1966.
Halls of Perception, Eddie Wolfram, Art and Artists, London, January 1968.
David Hall interviewed, Evan Thomas, Art and Artists, London, March 1971.
David Hall - The Sculptor as Filmmaker, Paul Overy, The Times, May 14 1974.
Movements in Art Since 1945, Edward Lucie-Smith, Thames and Hudson, 1975.
The Video Show catalogue, Serpentine Gallery, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1975.
The Video Show, David Hall, Art and Artists, London, May 1975.
Video Report, David Hall, regular column in Studio International, mid-1970s.
British Video Art: Towards an Autonomous Practice, David Hall, Studio International, May/June 1976.
Here's Looking at Yourself, Richard Cork, Evening Standard, June 3 1976.
Film en Video Manifestatie exhibition cat. intro., David Hall, Bonefantenmuseum, Maastricht, 1977.
Perspectives of British Avant-Garde Film, Hayward Gallery exhibition cat., Arts Council, 1977.
Artists Video exhibition cat. intro., David Hall, Biddick Farm Arts Centre, Washington, Tyne and Wear, 1977.
Documenta 6 exhibition cat., Paul Dierichs KG and Co, Kassel, Germany, 1977.
Video Art 78 cat. intro., David Hall, Arts Council/Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, 1978.
London Video Arts cat., London Video Arts, London, 1978.
Using Video and Video Art, David Hall, Aspects magazine, Winter 1978.
Videotapes by British Artists exhibition cat., The Kitchen, New York, 1979.
The Time Based Media Show, David Hall, GLAA Arts Alert newspaper, December 1979.
Video in Europe, David Hall, International Video Symposium paper, pub Queens University, Ontario, 1979.
Video 79: The First Decade, Kane, Rome, 1979.
Video: the State of the Art, Douglas Skrief, Stills magazine, Vol 1 No 4, 1982.
Video Art: A History, documentation exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1983.
Kunst und Video, DuMont Buchverlag, Cologne, 1983.
..The Early Chronology of Video Art (1959-1976).., Mick Hartney, and Video Installations in Britain, Tamara Krikorian, London Video Arts cat., 1984.
Artists' Television, Tamara Krikorian, Art Monthly, Feb 1984.
Video Art Education: 20 Years On, David Hall, Luminous Image cat., Stediljk Museum, Amsterdam, 1984.
Deconstruction, Mark Wilcox, Subverting Television programme cat., Arts Council, 1985. British Film and Video; The New Pluralism cat. intro., Michael O'Pray, Tate Gallery 1985.
Channel 6 exhibition cat., London Video Arts 1986.
The Elusive Sign, Tate Gallery and international tour cat., Arts Council and British Council, 1988.
Shows, Schisms and Modernisms, and TV Fighter (Cam Era Plane), Michael O'Pray, Monthly Film Bulletin magazine, British Film Institute, February, 1988.
Video Positive '89 cat., Tate Gallery, Liverpool, Merseyside Moviola, 1989.
Video-Skulptur, Retrospectiv und Aktuell 1963-1989, DuMont, Cologne, 1989.
19:4:90 Television Interventions cat., Channel 4 TV and touring, Fields and Frames, Scotland, 1990.
Structures, Paraphernalia and Television, David Hall, and other articles, Signs of the Times cat., ed. Chrissie Iles, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 1990.
Television as a Creative Medium, Syn Guerin, and David Hall on David Hall, in the Video Art Plastique cat., Herouville-St Clair, Caen, France, 1991.
Before the Concrete Sets, David Hall, And magazine No 26 1991, and London Video Arts cat., 1991.
David Hall, Michael O'Pray, Variant magazine No 11, 1992.
David Hall interview, Alan McCluskey, Scope magazine No 1, Geneva, 1992.
Le temps, l'espace des signes, Anne-Marie Duguet, Signes des Temps exhibition cat., Centre d'Art Contemporain, La Ferme du Buisson, Noisiel, Paris, 1993.
Videography: Video Media as Art and Culture, Sean Cubitt, MacMillan 1993.
Arts TV: A History of Arts Television in Britain, John A Walker, Arts Council/John Libbey, 1993.
A Directory of British Film and Video Artists, ed. David Curtis, Arts Council/John Libbey, 1996.
InT/Ventions, Mick Hartney; Early Video Art: A Look at a Controversial History, David Hall, and other essays in Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art, ed. Julia Knight, Arts Council/John Libbey, 1996.
A History of Experimental Film and Video, A L Rees, British Film Institute, 1999.
David Hall interview, Stephen Partridge, Transcript mag., vol 3 no 3, University of Dundee/Morris Julien, 1999.
Film Video TV, Nicky Hamlyn, Coil magazine, issue 9/10, 2000.
Live in Your Head: Concept and Experiment in Britain, 1965-75 cat., Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, 2000.
A Situation Revisited - David Hall: A Situation Envisaged: The Rite II (Cultural Eclipse), Chrissie Iles, Factor 1989, FACT, Liverpool, 2001.
Video: un art contemporain, Françoise Parfait, Editions du Regard, Paris 2001.
Film Art Phenomena, Nicky Hamlyn, British Film Institute, 2003.
Everything Seemed Possible: Art in the 1970s, Richard Cork, Yale University Press, 2003.
David Hall, Sean Cubitt, Luxonline, www.luxonline.org.uk/artists/david_hall 2005.
Video Art: A Guided Tour, Catherine Elwes, I.B. Tauris, 2005.
Experimental Film and Video, Jackie Hatfield ed., John Libbey, 2006.
Greyscale Video and the Shift to Colour, Sean Cubitt, Art Journal magazine, Vol.65, No.3, Fall 2006.
A History of Video Art, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Berg, 2006.
First Generation: Art and the Moving Image 1963-1986, exhibition cat., Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, 2006.
First Generation, Barry Schwabsky, Artforum, May 2007.
Experimenting on Air: UK Artists' Film on Television, A L Rees, in Experimental British Television, ed. Laura Mulvey and Jamie Sexton, Manchester University Press, 2007.
Media of Now: an Interview with David Hall, Joanna Heatwole, Afterimage Journal, Vol.36. No.1, 2008.
David Hall, A L Rees, 100 Video Artists, ed. Rosa Olivares, EXIT Publications in collaboration with the Fundación ICO, 2010.
British Expanded Cinema and the 'Live Culture' 1969-79, Duncan White, Visual Culture in Britain, Volume 11, Issue 1, March 2010.
COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES
Sculpture, films, videotapes, installations and/or related material at the Tate Gallery London, Museum of Modern Art New York, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia Madrid, Gemeente Museum The Hague, West Australia Art Gallery Perth, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, British Council, Arts Council of England, Contemporary Arts Society, British Film Institute, Great South West Corporation Atlanta USA, Richard Feigen Gallery New York, Visual Resources Inc. New York, Royal College of Art, Harvard University, ZKM Karlsruhe, Leicestershire Education Committee and other public and private collections in Europe and the USA. Films and videotapes held by Lux London, British Film Institute, National Film and Television Archive, Rewind Archive Scotland, and Venice Biennale Archive.
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