Woo who? [videorecording] : May Wilson / produced at New York University Institute of Film and Television ; a film by Amalie R. Rothschild.

by Chester, John [sound.]Looking glass; Forest, John de [sound.]; Nickson, Robert [camera/lighting.]; Rothschild, Amalie R [direction.]Looking glass; Shafer, Philip [direction.]; Stange, Paul, 1947- [sound.]Looking glass; New Day FilmsLooking glass; New York University. Institute of Film and Television.

Publisher: Hohokus, NJ : New Day Films, 199?.Description: 1 videocassette (34 min.) : sound, colour ; 1/2 in.Other title: May Wilson.Subject(s): Wilson, MayLooking glass | Women artistsLooking glassNote: Completed September 1969.Credits: Camera, Robert Nickson; sound, John de Forest; director's assistant, Philip Shafer; sound mix by Paul Stange, John Chester. Technical information: VHS. Summary: A documentary on New York-based artist May Wilson. Includes an interview with the artist. Follows the ebullient 60-year-old woman as she moves from her Maryland farm to New York City and establishes a new life in which the unorthodox junk sculpture and photomontage art, once a hobby, now become the center of her existence.
List(s) this item appears in: Women artists/designers
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Media reference Chelsea College of Arts
VHS videocassettes
VHS videocassettes 700.9242 WIL (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Library use only 35764317
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Completed September 1969.

Camera, Robert Nickson; sound, John de Forest; director's assistant, Philip Shafer; sound mix by Paul Stange, John Chester.

A documentary on New York-based artist May Wilson. Includes an interview with the artist. Follows the ebullient 60-year-old woman as she moves from her Maryland farm to New York City and establishes a new life in which the unorthodox junk sculpture and photomontage art, once a hobby, now become the center of her existence.

VHS.

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